Please send your resume and a one page max cover letter to this email: people@projectimagine.ca by January 14 @11:59PM, with the subject line containing whatever position you are applying for. The file naming convention is FirstName_LastName_Position.pdf. Please note that these are unpaid positions! Project Imagine is a non-profit that is entirely run by student volunteers.

AVAILABLE POSITIONS

Curator

Time Commitment: Approximately 2 hours/week
Reporting to the Get Thrifty Director, the Curator is responsible for scheduling and organizing all weekly or bi-weekly photoshoots. To get a sense of your preferred aesthetic, we require that you bring a list of your favourite lifestyle blogs/influencers (Instagram, Tumblr, Youtube, etc.) with you at the interview.

Responsibilities:

  • Selecting and scheduling suitable models for weekly or bi-weekly photoshoots
  • Putting together trendy outfits (from Get Thrifty’s inventory) that are suitable for the organization’s brand image, aesthetic, and models
  • Coordinating and collaborating with photographers regarding shoot locations, props, outfits, and overall photoshoot vision
  • Creating Curator packages. These packages are for models and photographers, consisting of the photoshoot theme, chosen location, selected models and their assigned outfits, and the schedules of models and photographers
  • Scouting models that fit the Get Thrifty brand
  • Collaborating with the Marketing team on Get Thrifty events and projects to raise brand awareness
  • Assisting with other Get Thrifty events or projects as required

Skills/Qualifications:

  • Strong organizational and time management skills
  • Creative and demonstrates a strong understanding of recent fashion trends
  • Adaptive and flexible with last-minute changes or scheduling conflicts
  • Is passionate about fashion and clothing. Experience with thrift shopping is an asset
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Strong teamworking and collaboration skills

Inventory Coordinator

Time Commitment: Approximately 2-3 hours/week
Reporting to the Get Thrifty Director, the Inventory Coordinator is primarily responsible for screening and organizing all inventory items.

Responsibilities:

  • Being aware of what we have in stock at all times and keeping track of how long items have been in the inventory for
  • Screening incoming donations for quality control 
  • Regularly sorting through and organizing inventory according to the club’s guidelines 
  • Ensuring that the storage room is clean and organized at all times 
  • Attending and participating in team meetings as required 
  • Work in conjunction with the rest of the Get Thrifty team to help with events and other tasks 
  • Updating the Get Thrifty Director on all outgoing tasks or assignments as required 

Skills/Qualifications:

  • Strong organization skills and attention to detail are a must 
  • Excellent problem-solving abilities 
  • Ability to lift moderately heavy boxes 
  • Ability to take initiative 
  • Ability to work efficiently in both individual and team settings 

Donations Coordinator

Time Commitment: Approximately 4 hours/week
Reporting to the Get Thrifty Director, the Donations Coordinator is primarily responsible for managing and overseeing all incoming and outgoing donations.

Responsibilities:

  • Overseeing all incoming and outgoing donations 
  • Organizing events such as donation drives and clothing swaps 
  • Building relations and collaborating with other clubs, initiatives or organizations for donations or other related projects/events 
  • Regularly boothing to collect donations (donation drop-offs will most likely be every Tuesdays) 
  • Scheduling pick-up times with Diabetes Canada and/or other organizations/non-profits for items we cannot sell 
  • Attending and participating in team meetings as required 
  • Work in conjunction with the rest of the Get Thrifty team to help with events and other tasks 
  • Regularly updating the Get Thrifty Director on all outgoing work as required 

Skills/Qualifications:

  • Strong time-management and organizational skills 
  • Ability to take initiative 
  • Strong teamwork and problem-solving skills 
  • Experience in event planning is preferred but not required 
  • Ability to effectively organize, prioritize and meet deadlines
  • Ability to work efficiently in both individual and team settings