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Work With Us

We are a small friendly studio building and growing a pottery community in Montreal's South Shore, in the heart of old La Prairie. Let us know if you would like to work with us. Select the options below that interest you and allow us to know more about you.

Studio Assistant

Job Application: Studio Assistant

Part time

You love to learn and are good at keeping things tidy. Your interest in ceramics is a plus. Studio assistants contribute during the sales process of our studio products, and offering excellent service to our students and clients of our activities, "Play With Clay", and "My Ceramic Painting".       Studio Assistants are necessary to maintain cleanliness and professionalism in our studio and provide support to teachers, students, and studio members.


   Our team (teachers and studio assistants) carry out the necessary tasks in the studio throughout the week. In addition to helping clients, other tasks may include preparing materials, tools, and workshop spaces. Also recycling clay, marking ceramic pieces, glazing, loading/starting kilns, unloading pieces from the kiln, mixing glazes, preparing stock and general maintenance of the studio. Studio assistants are always ready to help with other tasks related to the proper functioning of the studio.

Here is the profile of the ideal candidate:

  •         Kind, friendly and customer service oriented.

  •         Organized and able to accomplish tasks within deadlines. Capable of taking initiative to execute tasks without supervision.

  •         Likes working with people of all ages.

  •         Pays attention to the details.

  •         Able to stand for more than 3 hours at a time.

  •         Able to lift at least 50 pounds.

  •         An artistic experience is a plus, but not mandatory.

  •         Available on weekends and/or evenings during weekdays.

  •         Candidates with experience in customer service, restaurants and/or art stores are preferred.



Job application: Ceramics Teacher,
Part time

   Our ceramics teachers guide students toward a creative experience through clay. You know how to connect with people, you are a easygoing, creative and you love new challenges. You are capable of motivating people to get the best out of them. You will be responsible for your group, knowing each person's objectives and following their interests. Help us plan and run new courses and workshops. You are passionate about pottery and ideally have 3 or more years getting your hands dirty with clay and creating beautiful things!

Our team, (teachers and studio assistants), complete the necessary tasks in the studio during the week. Teachers will also help keep all studio tools clean and organized in the same way as all studio spaces. Ceramics teachers are expected to maintain excellent customer service and professionalism at all times with our students and clients.

  This is the ideal profile of our candidate:

  •    Competent in ceramic techniques: Wheel-throwing, Hand-building / sculpting, glazing, surface decoration.

  •    Experience and interest in teaching at different ages and skill levels; children, adolescents and/or adults.

  •    Likes being part of a community environment.

  •    Organized and good at completing tasks in a timely manner.

  •    Able to stand for more than 3 hours at a time.

  •    Able to lift at least 50 pounds.


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