Please join us online for CRIPSiE's annual general meeting, where we will report on the previous year's events and financials, vote in this year's leadership team, and give a sneak preview of our upcoming season! Be sure to register for the link below and renew your membership ahead of the event, or if you wish to vote but cannot attend, please fill out the proxy form and send it to the board.
If you are not able to attend the meeting but wish to vote, you can have someone vote on your behalf by filling out the attached proxy form and submitting it to the board email (email@example.com) a minimum of 2 days before the event.
CRIPSiE is in need of an organized, knowledgeable, part-time general manager to assist our leadership–both the board of directors and the artistic associates–in various aspects of our day-to-day operations: communications, governance, finances, mentorship, administration, events, and other general management areas. We are looking for an enthusiastic general manager who will play an active role in the company as we strengthen our foundation, grow our community, and expand our programming.
Hours and Compensation:
Part-time, up to 40 hours a month, at $25 an hour with the potential of more hours during peak season
Work-from-home and in-person (when safe to do so)
We are seeking an individual who has experience with not-for-profit and/or art organizations. Having lived experience with disability or marginalization is considered a strong asset. Experience with accessible practices and dance/performance as well as previous working experience with the disability community is also an asset.
The Collaborative Radically Integrated Performers Society in Edmonton (CRIPSiE) is an integrated dance company based out of Edmonton that aims to make dance and other forms of art accessible for all–both for the artists who create and perform the art as well as the audience. We strive to remove barriers–financial, physical, emotional–so as to allow our artists to fully engage in the process. We are a diverse group of individuals with differing backgrounds and places in life that come together to form a community of artists. CRIPSiE is led by an artist collective, the artistic associates, who work collectively to lead and enact the artistic vision of our company and the artists we serve.
The general manager will report to a member of the board who will act as a supervisor and their point of contact for any issues that arise. There will also be a designated artistic associate as a point of contact for any issues involving the artistic aspects of our operations.
Present a general manager and artistic associate report at all board meetings
Act as a liaison between the board and the artistic associates, relaying information and coordinating calendars
Design and share posts on social media
Create and send regular newsletters to our community
Create and maintain the company’s annual calendar with the artistic associates
Manage CRIPSiE email:
Respond promptly to inquiries in consult with the artistic associates
Serve as primary contact for granting, government, and other official agencies
Serve as primary contact for instructors, venues, artists, and community members
Note: communication tasks may be adjusted based on current artistic associates’ areas of strength and desired tasks
Assist with updating company’s core documents
Work with the leadership team to update and comply with the mission, vision, and values of the organization
Work with the leadership team to create and/or update policies, procedures, and codes of conduct based on community feedback
Oversee financial operations to ensure operations are running as planned:
Maintain the company’s books, banking, and financials
Prepare the company’s financials for the yearly audit and complete the year-end financial statements, with the help of the treasurer and an accountant (if necessary)
Complete all T4As
Complete and submit the company’s tax return
File charitable return
Act as primary payroll contact
Research, compile and submit project grants in collaboration with the artistic associates along with a timeline of important deadlines
Complete and submit the company’s EAC Operating Grant
Ensure the company meets all AGLC requirements for casino funding and reports to the AGLC
Make sure the company’s bylaws, list of directors, and other documents are correct and up to date with Alberta Registries
Issue and complete accurate donation receipts for all donations received, not related to ATB Cares
Renew ATB Cares/Benevity Certificate each year
Secure the appropriate insurance for all venues and projects the company undertakes, including Directors Insurance
Complete tasks necessary to maintain our CRA charitable status
Get approval for and purchase all necessary supplies for the company
Maintain the company’s files and archives
Attend all board meetings and monthly artistic associate meetings as well as any additional meetings as necessary (absences can be approved on a case-by-case basis)
Assist, as necessary, with preparing documents and reports
Research and respond to requests for information
Represent the company in a professional manner at community events throughout the year
Coordinate supplies, volunteers, and delivery services to ensure that events are accessible to our community and staff
Provide mentorship for any general manager tasks our leadership team wish to learn
Help the leadership team stay on top of administrative and artistic task deadlines
How to Apply:
Please send your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline to apply: April 30th, 2022