New Dance Horizons (NDH) is a Regina-based not-for-profit organization that since 1986 has presented local and internationally acclaimed dance shows, produced original works, and organized activities that engage both the dance community and the general public.
NDH plays a distinctive and integral role in developing and strengthening the dance community in Saskatchewan. In addition to performance presentation, NDH offers courses, workshops and lectures with guest artists and community events. Thanks to the bold artistic vision and community engagement of acclaimed Canadian artist and co-founder Robin Poitras, NDH has become nationally recognized as a champion of creative dance. NDH offers adventurous and ever-changing dance encounters for everyone.
“Contemporary dance develops new vocabularies to relate realities and fantasies. This season’s presentations feature remarkable works by highly original artists, offering a feast of dance encounters and joyously festive events. I invite you to join us in an adventurous season of moving art!” – Robin Poitras, Artistic and Managing Director and Co-founder of New Dance Horizons
Director of Finance & Operations Employment Conditions: 1 year contract with consideration to transition to permanent position. Flexible 38-hour week. Compensation:$25-$30 per hour Location:2207 Harvey St, Regina, SK. S4N 2N2 Key Relationships:Reports to NDH Board of Directors Executive Committee in partnership with Artistic Managing Director (AMD) Applications:Please forward Resume & Bio to: Board Chair: Gursh Barnard email@example.com Artistic Managing Director Robin Poitras firstname.lastname@example.org
Must be Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident and be residing in Canada. NOTE: Only suitable applicants will be contacted.
*Special thanks to the following agencies: Government of Canada, Saskatchewan Arts Board, City of Regina, Canada Council for the Arts, CanDance, Community Initiatives Fund, Dance Saskatchewan Inc., SaskCulture, and Business for the Arts NDH acknowledges that our organization creates, inspires, presents, and collaborates on Treaty 4 Territory. We affirm our relationship and partnership with the First Nations and Métis people that live here, in the spirit of reconciliation and collaboration.