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Current Job Opportunities:

Come work with us! We have The following Opening:


**Applications will be accepted until the the right person is found. Candidates are encouraged to apply early, as interviews will begin immediately.

Marketing Manager

JOB DESCRIPTION: Marketing Communications Manager
REPORTS TO: Artistic Managing Director
LOCATION: on-site
DURATION: Starting November 2022 – March 2023 (part-time) with possibility of extension
to Full-Time in Spring 2023.
TERM: Contract: Part-Time Flexible Hours, estimated 10 hours per week. Office is closed December 16, 2022 – January 2, 2023.
PAY RANGE: $40/hr to $45/hr based on experience


Organization Description:

Founded in 1992 by Margo Kane (C.M.) and based in Vancouver, Full Circle: First Nations Performance is the leading non-profit performing arts organization in British Columbia devoted solely to pioneering, amplifying, and celebrating opportunities for Indigenous artists, writers and performers. Our dynamic programming activities take place on the unceded territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and səlilwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.

This work includes production of The Talking Stick Festival, the only annual Indigenous multi-disciplinary festival on Turtle Island featuring a roster of invited artists that reflect the local, regional, national and international communities; the annual Industry Series; Múyuntstut ta Slúlum music programming; the creation of original performance works and workshops for both local presentation and touring; professional development activities for artists in the FC Ensemble; and other year-round programming that includes Indian Acts, our traveling community engagement series Moccasin Trek: Arts on the Move, a comprehensive Mentorship Program for Indigenous arts professionals along with other Creative projects & productions.

General Responsibilities:
The Marketing Communications Manager plays a critical role in Full Circle’s growth as a key player in the Indigenous Artistic movements not only in Canada, but in the International Indigenous community. Along with our Indigenous partners in Australia and New Zealand, we have significant relations with IBPOC (Indigenous, Black, and People of Color) networks in the US.

Reporting to the Artistic Managing Director, the Marketing Communications Manager has overall accountability for the development and execution of all marketing, public relations and communications for the annual Talking Stick Festival and other events. The Marketing Communications Manager will plan and manage marketing activities for all Full Circle events: productions, co-productions, and partnerships for the duration of the contract.


The marketing communication manager’s responsibilities include (but are not limited to) the following tasks:

  • Plan and execute the marketing and promotion of Full Circle programs, and promotion of partnership programs in collaboration with community partners and internal production team
  • Manage and track marketing budget
  • Create and manage a social media plan and create regular posts (twitter, instagram, facebook)
  • Writes company announcements/updates, media release and alerts to promote all programs
  • Manage multi media assets (videos, audio clips etc) and broadcast on website and other digital channels including engagement on social media platforms.
  • Develops and executes fundraising strategy including but not limited to the solicitation of prizes and donations from businesses and individuals
  • Work with web developer to manage website content and update as needed
  • Work with graphic designer to create marketing materials as needed
  • Oversee production, ordering and distribution of all printed marketing materials to promote the organization and all its events
  • Work with the Production Team on coordinating the logistics of the event set-up such as transportation and delivery of marketing materials to sites / venues.
  • Gathers marketing collaterals and statistical info for post mortem reports for funders, sponsors and other partners



  • Marketing knowledge and at least 3 years of experience in a marketing role
  • Strong organizational skills with ability to stay on top of deadlines
  • Strong communication and coordination skills
  • Strong interest in or experience in both marketing
  • Can work independently but can take direction easily sometimes from multiples sources
  • Social media and digitally tech savvy
  • Confident, self-motivated, flexible, and adaptable
  • Demonstrated sense of interpersonal skills, integrity, motivation and creativity
  • Excellent written, oral and organizational skills
  • Proficient in Microsoft office, excel, powerpoint, email marketing (Mailchimp), video channels (Vimeo), and social media platforms
  • Experience with WordPress
  • Experience with non-profit arts community is an asset
  • Interest in the Indigenous Arts community a plus
  • This role is required to come into the office.

Artistic Opportunities:

We are always looking for new artists to collaborate with. If you are looking to showcase your work or develop your skills, please email for all music enquiries and for all other enquiries.

Volunteer Opportunities:

We are always looking for volunteers to help us with the many programs and events we produce throughout the year. If you are interested in working alongside an energetic, creative and dynamic team, simply fill out our online application form. If you’d like to learn more about the volunteer jobs we offer, contact our Volunteer Coordinator at or fill out our General Volunteer Application Form. 

Join Us as a Vendor (Talking Stick Festival only)

If you’d like to be a vendor at the Talking Stick Festival, please fill out the Vendor Application Form and we will get back to you. Please email for any enquiries.


[Due to COVID-19, we are currently not accepting new vendors]