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Why Join Us

We are a team of passionate community arts professionals, driven by our mission to develop transformative and socially engaged community arts programming. As a team we value creative thinking, collaboration and believe in supporting one another. We are committed to the health and well-being of our staff, volunteers and program participants. We also value learning and encourage ongoing professional development, network building and mentorship opportunities.

Additional Info

We know an effective organization and workplace culture is developed through mutual respect and believe that equity, diversity, and inclusion are crucial to our shared success. LSA is an equal opportunity employer and we approach hiring practices through an anti-racist, anti-oppressive, equity lens and pledge to: include a salary range or rate of pay in job postings when possible, provide transparency in hiring timeline and dates, offer an opportunity for feedback for candidates who attend interviews, make any accommodations possible during the recruitment and hiring process and continually make improvements to break down barriers to employment.

Please note, our office is on a second story walk-up that isn’t wheelchair accessible or may be difficult for those with mobility limitations. Although this position will be remote work online, there may be opportunities to work on site at our office, if Covid-19 safety directives allow for this.

LSA is located in Etobicoke/Adobigok (Place of the Alders in the Ojibwe language.) This territory was the subject of the Dish With One Spoon Wampum Belt Covenant and we are grateful to have the opportunity to live and work in this territory alongside many Indigenous people from across Turtle Island.