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Indigenous Matriarchs 4 (IM4) Program Coordinator

Temporary Full-Time position available


Emily Carr University (IM4)
In-person & Online
520 East 1st Avenue, Vancouver
Emily Carr University of Art + Design is a school of students, faculty, thinkers and makers unlike any other. Established in 1925, we are the only specialized, accredited, public, post-secondary university in British Columbia solely devoted to education and research in the creative sector and its associated knowledge economy. We merge research, critical theory and studio practice in an interdisciplinary environment, strengthening our work by the integration of our personal and professional practices. Our strategy, facilities, partnerships and resources are intentionally student-centred to foster dialogue, expression and open connections in support of the next generation of creative and cultural leaders.
The Program Coordinator provides operations support to a wide range of projects and activities. The Program Coordinator is integral in managing creative projects, engaging with Indigenous communities, liaising with funding partners, and governing bodies. In addition, the Coordinator assists with grant applications and supports external and internal communications.
The IM4 Program team consists of Indigenous storytellers, innovators, artists, programmers, media producers and change agents who, in collaboration with allies, work in the service of developing Indigenous Virtual, Augmented, and Mixed Reality content.
The objectives of the IM4 Program are:
    • Increase the economic and innovation potential of Indigenous media producers through hands-on experience with Virtual and Augmented Reality (VR/AR).
    • Encourage and support Indigenous entrepreneurial initiatives in VR/AR production.
    • Engage with Indigenous communities and organizations to adapt VR/AR toward economic, educational, cultural, and health applications.
    • Increase the visibility and integration of Indigenous perspectives, cultural practices, and values in the mainstream VR/AR, and Digital Media Industry.
    • Promote and develop self-sustaining Indigenous media production centres.
Temporary Full-Time Excluded Maternity Leave Replacement Position
(ASAP to 15 June 2023)
Hours to be Determined (Telecommuting Options Available)
Grade 7 ($33.15 to $44.20 per hour)
Preference will be given to qualified applicants of Aboriginal ancestry.

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