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Regina soprano moved to Winnipeg to improve her vocals and has earned rosy results By: Holly Harris, Winnipeg Free Press-March 21, 2017

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Digital Platforms, Content Designer (Bilingual)

Canadian Museum For Human Rights
App Deadline: 26 / 03 / 2017

Operations Manager

Forth
App Deadline: 27 / 03 / 2017

Project Manager

The Manitoba Museum

Project Manager (18 month term)

Your adventure starts here! The Manitoba Museum is Manitoba’s number one paid tourist attraction and has a strong and meaningful relationship with Manitobans. As a non-profit/charitable institution, The Manitoba Museum includes the award-winning Museum Galleries, Science Gallery, Planetarium, and a wide range of temporary exhibits including the Alloway World Exhibits program. We uniquely combine human and natural history themes, science and astronomy education, and multidimensional interpretation, with quality school, community, and special events programming.

We are excited to recruit for a term Project Manager. Reporting to the Director of Finance & Operations, the Project Manager is the primary point-person responsible for planning, executing, and delivering operational projects on time, within budget, and in accordance with specifications approved by Senior Museum Management. The Project Manager is expected to impart appropriate project management processes and practices on the project teams to ensure all expectations are met. For capital projects, the Project Manager will act at as a liaison between the Museum and the Manitoba Centennial Centre Corporation (MCCC) to ensure project requirements from the Museum are included in the execution. The Project Manager also oversees the day-to-day operations, organization and administration of the Operational Services Department, coordinating the integration of the services performed by the department with the projects, exhibits, programs, and activities of the Museum and MCCC.

The successful candidate will have proven ability in efficiently fulfilling project deliverables ensuring quality controls and budget requirements are kept. Experience in implementing current project management techniques and supporting processes in an organization is essential. Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate and work with diversified staff, including trades, artistic/design professionals, and senior management is required. Candidates are also expected to have proficiency in using project management software to align resources, budgets and timelines. Due to the operational services leadership component of the position, candidates must also possess the ability to select, train, motivate, evaluate and supervise staff.

Candidates must have completed a university degree in a relevant discipline and/or formal training in project management by a recognized educational institution. Five years of direct work experience in project management, including oversight of multiple project teams, is required. Completion of the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification or progress towards the attainment of the PMP certification is an asset.

Interested applicants may forward a résumé including cover letter with salary expectations by March 27, 2015, to:
Director of Human Resources
The Manitoba Museum
190 Rupert Avenue
Winnipeg, MB R3B 0N2
Fax:  (204) 942-3679
Email: echipilski@manitobamuseum.ca

The Manitoba Museum is committed to employment equity and welcomes diversity in the workplace.
We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those being considered for interviews will be contacted.

Application deadline: 27 / 03 / 2015

Website: The Manitoba Museum
Email: echipilski@manitobamuseum.ca

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