July 8-14 Tickets
1131 Howe Street
The Cinematheque presents a brand new restoration of the debut feature from Japanese avant-gardist Toshio Matsumoto, who died in April this year. Matsumoto's delirious masterpiece of queer cinema is set in Tokyo’s gay and drag-queen subculture, and was originally released in 1969. Acknowledged by Stanley Kubrick as an unmistakable inspiration for A Clockwork Orange, The Cinematheque will also be screening special double-bills of both films!
Tonari Gumi is hiring an Executive Director
Tonari Gumi Vancouver is seeking an Executive Director to oversee the leadership and management of this vital, grass roots Japanese Canadian non-profit organization. Since 1974, Tonari Gumi has been inspiring Japanese Canadian seniors and other generations through social, recreational and educational programs and services for the betterment of the Japanese Canadian community.
The ideal candidate will be a natural leader with proven team building skills who has the ability to exercise compassion, inclusion and thoughtfulness while leading a team of volunteers and staff. A strong personal connection to the Japanese Canadian culture as well as the ability to speak Japanese will be a definite asset. Working closely with the Tonari Gumi board, the Executive Director will be responsible for the general oversight, administrative, fiscal management and continued stability of the organization. The Executive Director will further develop and manage the key areas of operations, fundraising, staffing, finance and budgeting, marketing and communications, community outreach, and stakeholder relations.
The position will report to the Tonari Gumi Board of Directors and a competitive salary will be considered based on the individual’s qualifications. Application deadline: July 31st, 2017
Detailed information on the position is available upon request. Qualified candidates are encouraged to submit a resume in confidence to email@example.com
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.
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