Established in 2000 in Toronto, Six Shooter Records is a full-service music company with a diverse roster that includes artists in the genres of Americana, country, rock, and avant-garde take 5. In addition to being a label and a publisher, the company also provides artist management services.
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Ours is a fast-paced, friendly environment with an enterprising culture. We seek a part-time intern, who will be key in performing day-to-day duties 오비트 다운로드. Responsibilities will be as follows:

Webstore management: order fulfilment, inventory control, customer service, creating new products and promotions Download American Gangster.

Digital administration: YouTube claim spot checks, merchandise copyright claims, promotion and set list tracking for live shows and live streams, uploading and formatting new tracks and lyrics, executing radio e-blasts.

Office management: answering the phone, sending messages, process mail and couriers, database upkeep, place supply orders, maintain office cleanliness, monitor general mailbox email accounts.

Ability to lift up to approximately 40lbs and move that load up and down stairs.

Job Specs:
Position: Label Intern
Contract Period: 6 months
Reporting to: Director of Operations
Compensation: $15/hour
Hours: Monday-Friday 10:00AM – 1:00PM (15hrs/week)
Location: In office (Toronto) Monday/Wednesday/Friday (note: you would be working by yourself or with one other person. Social distancing rules in effect – it’s a pretty big office).
Application Deadline: October 23rd, 2020

Please send a cover letter describing your experience, along with your resume (in one PDF) by email to info@sixshooterrecords.com with subject line “Intern Job Application”.

We invite applications from all qualified candidates, especially from people who identify as racialized, Indigenous, differently abled, and persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity. Upon request, suitable accommodations are available under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act for applicants invited to an interview.