About Us

A little bit about us...

The North Peace Cultural Society has been the hub of arts and community in Fort St. John since it opened its doors in June of 1992. Host to a Theatre, Café, Library, Art Gallery, and Child Care, The Cultural Centre offers a broad range of services to the community and is an important meeting place for a variety of community events, seminars and conferences. We are a non-profit organization that relies on donations from the community to thrive and are governed by the North Peace Cultural Society.

The staff of the Centre are professional, courteous and friendly and will do our very best to accommodate your performance or event needs. If you are touring and booking your routes, Fort St. John should be on the list. This is the stop for touring in the northeast of British Columbia, only seven hours north of Edmonton with major stops available in Grande Prairie and Dawson Creek. Then it’s over the mountains and a five-hour trip to Prince George.


Clarke-Surerus, Constance


Smith, Kevin 


Cavers-May, Margaret 

Directors at large

Truscott, Heather

Preprost, Matt

McArthur, Leanne

Stowe, Nelson


Position Title: Office Manager

2022-2023 rates: $26.21/hour

Responsible for planning, coordinating and overseeing office services and related office activities to achieve efficient utilization of available resources.

Main Job Tasks, Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Supervise and coordinate the daily activities and operations of the financial activities.
    Develop and monitor internal financial controls.
  • Perform administrative support functions such as data entry and management, creating reports, drafting correspondence, end of the day/month process and preparing basic financial accounts.
  • Supervise and coordinate daily activities and operation of the building use and maintenance.
  • Manage maintenance staff activities such as training, development, and scheduling.
  • Provide necessary training, guidance and motivation to maintenance staff.
  • Create and maintain schedules for all Maintenance employees.
  • Adhere to and implement maintenance, janitorial and security tasks.
  • Determining projects based on the needs of the centre, in consultation with Management.
  • Monitor and coordinate staff’s timesheets, and record staff vacations and leaves.
    Supervise the efficient use of office supplies and maintenance of office equipment.
  • Plan and organize the purchase of office supplies in accordance with purchasing policies and budgets to maintain a pleasant and secure working environment.
  • Act as liaison with other departments and divisions.
  • Coordinate room schedules for events and conferences.
  • Monitor and coordinate all room rental and follow up with invoices, and payment.
  • Follow up with the client who has a past-due account.
  • Any other duties assigned by the direction.

Education and Experience:

  • Associates degree in Business Administration or equivalent experience.
  • Knowledge and working experience of supervisory principles and practices.
  • Knowledge of administrative practices and procedures, data management methods, basic accounting practices and human resources practices.
  • Proficient computer skills including Microsoft Office 365, G-suite.

Key Skills and Competencies:

time management, very effective organizing and planning, problem analysis and problem-solving, verbal and written communication, skills, judgment and decision-making capabilities, attention to detail and accuracy
guidance and mentoring, teamwork and collaboration, positive attitude.

*Please note that this job description is giving you a scope of the duties and responsibilities for the position. Other duties might be added or removed depending on the workload and management strategy.   

Our Vision

The North Peace Cultural Society’s vision is to enhance, and create an affordable thriving arts, culture and entertainment experience through facilities, programs, partnerships, and resources. We will demonstrate leadership and expertise in promoting, educating, and encouraging arts and culture development through improving access to cultural experiences.

The North Peace Cultural Society is firmly committed to providing a quality performance and display space for local and non-local artists, innovative community programming and actively fostering community partnerships designed to further arts and culture within the community.

The North Peace Cultural Society continuously develops and maintains a financially stable environment, actively pursuing and managing resources, and garnering support from the community, corporate and government sectors (municipal, provincial, and federal).

Our Mission

The North Peace Cultural Society strives to provide quality presentation and creative space for all artistic endeavours and to nurture, educate, promote, and encourage all forms of artistic expression by removing any participation barriers.


10015 100 Ave,

Fort St John, British Columbia


V1J 1Y7