The Job Board provides all types of jobs from across Canada that are relevant and of interest to arts and cultural workers from different disciplines, abilities, and experience levels.


The following are “filters” that we use to assess whether or not a post is relevant for our Job Board:

A) Is the company part of the broad cultural sector? If it is, we allow postings for a wide range of jobs including those that are not strictly “creative” like financial administration, data collection, bartending, etc.

B) Is the job itself relevant to our sector even though the company or organization isn’t part of the sector? For example, a graphic designer position at an insurance company.


It is mandatory that job posters reveal a salary range for positions posted on the Job Board. For positions that are not full-time it is highly recommended that employers include at least an hourly wage given the Pay Transparency Act, the Employment Standards Act, and the Pay Equity Act.

Unpaid positions are not accepted on the Job Board. Volunteer positions can be posted in the Career Development section of the Job Board.

Inclusion and Diversity

All job postings must comply with the rules and regulations of the Employment Standards Act, the Pay Transparency Act, Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, and the Pay Equity Act.

We highly recommend that employers include a statement in their job posting about their commitment to employment diversity and equality.

If you have any questions about Work in Culture’s Job Board policy, please contact us at [email protected].