Current Opportunities

Work Opportunity | Film

Executive Director

Charlottetown Film Society

The successful candidate will be a visionary, collaborative, and skilled leader who will strategically guide the organization in achieving its mission. They will lead the cinema team, continue to enhance the range and quality of the programs, and build strong networks and partnerships. The ideal candidate will have a relevant university or college degree and experience working with a volunteer team, public and private funders, as well as a Board of Directors.

Deadline: July 18, 2022
Work Opportunity | Museums & Heritage

Museum Farm Worker and Guide

PEI Museum and Heritage Foundation

The purpose of this position is to manage all aspects of the living historical farm and blacksmith shop located at Orwell Corner Historical Village. In addition to caring for animals and overseeing the planting and harvesting of crops, this position is also expected to provide third-person interpretation of Orwell for visitors. This interpretation includes the sharing the history of the site as well as agricultural history and knowledge.

Deadline: July 7, 2022
Work Opportunity | New Media

Island Digital Voices Coordinator

PEI Museum and Heritage Foundation

The IDV Coordinator is responsible for the overall coordination of the IDV project. The goal for the 2022-23 season of the project is to develop stories about at least nine individuals whose stories will be told through in either a written, audio or audio-visual format. The Coordinator will be directly responsible for developing the stories of at least three individuals (subjects).

Deadline: July 8, 2022
Learning Opportunity | Film | Indigenous

Indigenous Pathways to Journalism Development Program


A full-time, 9-month learning and development opportunity for six First Nations, Inuit and Métis candidates who want to develop practical skills as a storyteller in a CBC newsroom. There is no requirement for prior journalism experience. Indigenous communities are full of storytellers and community leaders who have unique perspectives, experiences, and stories to share. Indigenous Pathways provides the training, tools and experience to strengthen Indigenous voices and storytelling at CBC.

Deadline: July 29, 2022
Volunteer Opportunity | Contemporary Art

Art in the Open – Call for Volunteers

Art in the Open

AITO is looking for volunteers to partake in a variety of little responsibilities during 4 hour shifts on August 27th, 2022. Folks from all walks of life are welcome, and we invite you to take part in the most magical festival of the summer. Perks to volunteering include meeting artists, entering different raffles and draws for local baskets, and getting involved in our community, meeting new people and having a lot of fun!

Deadline: August 1, 2022
Work Opportunity | Craft

Request for Proposals: Fine Craft Industry Strategy

Innovation PEI

Innovation PEI, in partnership with the PEI Craft Council, is seeking a SUBJECT MATTER EXPERT to develop a comprehensive strategic plan for the Prince Edward Island fine craft sector. A new strategic plan will be a defining road map of the direction for the growth of the fine craft sector for the next 5 years and beyond. Clearly defined tactics should be included along with identified requirements for infrastructure, training and government supports.

Deadline: July 8, 2022
Work Opportunity | Videogames

Creative Director

Iron Fox Games

We are looking for a Creative Director to own the design vision across our portfolio. This person would work with all levels of the organization to create fun moments and lasting impressions for our players. The ideal candidate can marry their previous experience with new ideas in the industry to deliver novel experiences to be remembered. This is a studio leadership role that will report directly to the CEO.

Deadline: July 17, 2022
Work Opportunity | Videogames

Associate Artist

Iron Fox Games

We are looking for an Associate Artist to join our growing art department. This person is going to create 2D/3D assets for games of varying styles and platforms. The ideal candidate would have a variety of styles and skills to draw from. Every project at Iron Fox Games may be different from the last, and as a result we’re looking for someone who likes to routinely stretch their comfort zone.

Deadline: July 17, 2022
Work Opportunity | Performing Arts

Asst. Stage Manager & Access Coordinator

The River Clyde Pageant

Full-time/Contract beginning ASAP until Aug 14 at for $4,500 minus payroll deductions. Work closely with the River Clyde Pageant’s Head of Production, Artistic Director, and Accessibility Consultant to oversee the implementation and realization of key accessibility improvement initiatives of our outdoor summer theatre production. Contributing to production, communication and artistic vision.

Deadline: July 17, 2022
Work Opportunity | Performing Arts

Production Assistant

The River Clyde Pageant

Full-time/Contract beginning ASAP until Aug 14 at for $4,500 minus payroll deductions. Newcomers to PEI and people who identify as Indigenous, Black, or as a person of colour are a priority for this position. The Production Assistant (PA) works closely and collaboratively with the River Clyde Pageant’s Artistic Director, Managing Producer, and Production Team towards the successful realization of our outdoor summer theatre production in New Glasgow, PEI.

Deadline: July 17, 2022
Work Opportunity | Visual Arts

Call for Submissions – this town is small x Receiver Coffee 2022-23 programming

this town is small

Professional artists that currently reside in PEI are eligible to apply. Artists are invited to submit artworks that are original, forward-thinking, and incite conversation, with preference given to works that have not yet been exhibited in the region. We are enthusiastic about artists’ most recent endeavours and art forms that propel contemporary production and incite conversation. Exhibitions will run for approximately 8 weeks between October '22 & April '23.

Deadline: July 8, 2022
Volunteer Opportunity | Theatre

Volunteer Opportunities

Island Fringe Festival

Join a passionate, dedicated and inclusive team united in their love for fringing and community while letting others know you believe in the power of theatre and storytelling to change hearts and minds. Perks include seeing shows, meeting artists, eating pizza and getting a shirt.

Deadline: July 9, 2022

CreativePEI is funded in whole or in part by the Canada/Prince Edward Island Labour Market Agreements.

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