We’re Recruiting!

We’re Recruiting!

SQx is recruiting for the following 3 Jobs to support Digital Presentation of our Action Inclusion Program (AIP).

Arts & Recreation Leader:

  • 10 Weeks x 35 Hours / Week, April 24 – June 30, 2023 x $20 / Hours
  • 6 Weeks x May 22 – June 30, 2023 x $20 / Hours

Project Manager Non-Technical:

  • 14 Weeks x 40 Hours / Week, April 24 – July 28, 2023 x $23 / Hour

Roles & Responsibilities

  • Developing of new digital performance & teaching platform for dance (that is not recorded)
  • Developing new physical and digital opening performance
  • Developing of online evaluation tools for both youth participants & educators
  • Data analysis & documentation to support the development of new Tidal Wave databases to catalogue learning outcomes, feedback, & demographics of vulnerable participant communities to support Tidal Wave’s future distribution & evolution
  • Developing of new databases to identify vulnerable participant communities that synchronize
    information with online registrations
  • Using Zoom to work with other artists to develop choreography workshop tasks and exercises for vulnerable youth
  • Cataloguing AIP participant creative class footage in preparation for video editing
  • Analysis the quantitative results of online surveys to present recommendations to those most affected by the organizations actions (formerly known as stakeholders)

Hiring Practices

  • All candidates must be between 15-30 years old
  • Dance experience is an asset, but not required
  • Preference is given to the following underserved youth populations
    • Indigenous youth
    • Special needs or disability youth (including those with mental health issues)
    • Low-income youth
    • Youth from remote and rural areas
    • LGBTQ2S+ youth
    • Minoritized languages
    • Minoritized ethnicities
    • Newcomers and refugees
    • Youth who have not been previously employed


  • Criminal Record Check (Vulnerable Sector)

What We’re Looking For

  • Youth  who have the excellent ability to shift weight, learn choreography quickly, and perform dances with dynamic snd spatial precision
  • Extraordinary role models who are can teach and perform our choreology syllabus to youth-at-risk between ages 5 – 18 years old
  • An advanced level of physical activity and coordination

How to Apply

Contact us to submit a cover letter, CV, and photo as soon as possible. Interviews will be scheduled promptly upon receipt of application.