Marketing and Communications Coordinator

Who we are

The Hopewell Rocks Provincial Park is New Brunswick’s most popular natural tourist attraction and one of Canada’s great natural wonders. Located on the shores of the Bay of Fundy, home to the highest tidal range in the world, we strive to provide safe and inclusive opportunities to be in nature, inspire wellness, enjoyment, and education for all.

Hundreds of thousands of guests including film crews, writers, photographers, and scientists from all over the world come to walk the ocean floor, marvel at the sea stacks and enjoy this amazing tidal phenomenon.

Join us! Be a part of contributing to these memorable experiences for our guests that will last a lifetime.

What you will do

Reporting to the Guest Experience Manager, the successful candidate will be an Ambassador for NB Parks. You will be responsible for:

Developing, creating, and managing social media content and communication for Hopewell Rocks in both official languages
Assisting in planning, creating, and designing marketing products in both official languages
Assisting in website management and development
Working with influencers to develop compelling story ideas, in conjunction with Department’s Parks Marketing Coordinator and Travel Media team
Maintaining a safety culture through the promotion, training, and enforcement of all health and safety policies throughout the park
Hosting on-site media, and other special guests
Assisting in acting as a site spokesperson for various media
Ensuring Parks brand guidelines and relevant acts and policies are adhered to
Assuming the role of duty manager as required
Other duties as assigned
Work environment

Working shifts, including evenings, early mornings, weekends, and holidays
Working outside rain or shine
Working amongst a supportive team
We promote a scent-reduced environment
Who you are

You are someone who gets things done
You are fluent in digital marketing and media and have great knowledge of trends of various social platforms
You possess strong interpersonal and communication skills, are self-motivated with a desire to learn, and can think on your feet
You have a respect for safety
Collaboration and inclusivity drive your actions
You are approachable, helpful and enjoy making heartfelt person-to-person connections while striving to exceed our guests’ expectations
You have a love of nature and the outdoors
You are physically fit and able to walk many kilometers in a day
You are willing to learn the many facets of the site
Your attitude, skills and interests are just as important as your area of study. We are looking for diverse backgrounds that bring a combination of the following:

Need to have

Post-secondary diploma in one or more of the following fields of study: marketing, journalism, graphic design, and photography
Minimum of two (2) years of related experience in sector development
Thorough knowledge and experience working with various computer software programs (Excel Word, PowerPoint, Canva, Photoshop, Trello)
Experience in photography/videography
Demonstrated journalism, media relations, sales, and marketing skills to design, develop and present information to wide variety of people
Valid class 5 driver’s license as issued by the Province of New Brunswick
An equivalent combination of education, training and experience may be considered.
Written and spoken competence in English and French is required
Nice to have

Possession of a valid Emergency First Aid/CPR certificate
Experience in the retail industry and/or the tourism industry
General knowledge of role and management of New Brunswick Provincial Parks
Experience in fostering relationships with non-governmental agencies
Experience in preparing external communication and briefing notes
Wage

$1,698.00 to $2,370.00 bi-weekly (Pay Band 2)

Providing a safe workplace for all. Your health and safety are important to us. GNB has implemented preventative measures across the organization to ensure your health and safety.

What can GNB offer you?

Comprehensive benefits package and the Public Service Shared Risk Pension Plan
Opportunities for career growth, professional development, and training
Free access to Employee and Family Assistance Program (EFAP) and services
1 paid Volunteer Day per year to give back to your community
1.25 days/month of paid vacation
How to apply

We encourage applicants to apply on-line, by e-mail to thchumres@gnb.ca or by mail at the following address indicating competition number R18-2022/23-88.

Department of Tourism, Heritage and Culture
Human Resource Branch
Marysville Place, 4th floor
P.O. Box 6000, Fredericton, NB E3B 5H1
(506) 453-3115

This competition will remain open until the position is filled.

We thank all those who apply, however, only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.

Equal Opportunity Employer

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to building a workforce that reflects the diversity of our communities in which we live and serve. We encourage and support applications from Aboriginals, persons with disabilities, and members of visible minority groups.

Let’s connect. You belong here.

Communications Specialist

About Ecotrust Canada

Ecotrust Canada is an enterprising non-profit that works with rural, remote, and Indigenous communities toward building an economy that provides for a healthy and resilient natural environment; sustainable and abundant energy, food, and housing; prosperous and meaningful livelihoods; and vibrant cultures and inclusive societies. We call this approach building an economy that provides for life. Our on-the-ground work and systems approach is entrepreneurial, partnership-based, and relentlessly practical. To learn more visit ecotrust.ca

Position Summary

Communicating Ecotrust Canada’s impacts across our Skeena programs is a key priority in 2022. We are demonstrating that a better system is possible and achievable. Communications work this summer will involve developing fisheries observer program materials, researching storytelling and marketing tactics for sharing real-world examples that substantiate how innovative, practical, economic solutions can support resilient communities and a healthy environment.

We are seeking a summer Communications Specialist who is creative, self-driven, digital savvy, highly organized, and who can work independently. Ideally, this individual has been developing their marketing skills through a specific communications or journalism program and/or has direct experience in the field of communications, digital marketing, or journalism. As per the Canada Summer Jobs program, through which this position is being funded, the applicant must be between 15 to 30 years old.

Ecotrust Canada holds a deep commitment to equity, inclusion, and diversity as core principles integral to the work we do. We seek diverse perspectives and lived experiences that foster learning, creativity, innovation, and equity. Priority will be given to applicants who live in Prince Rupert, as well as applicants who identify as Indigenous, a visible minority, and/or LGBTQ2, and applicants who live in rural, remote, or Indigenous communities. Decolonization is central to the change we seek to make in the world, however, we work to ensure that this process is incumbent on the whole of the organization and should never fall on the shoulders of just employee, in particular an Indigenous employee.

Responsibilities

Update digital communications and publications to adhere to branding guidelines
Research and report on charity storytelling tools and content
Use Microsoft Office (Word/PowerPoint) and other creative digital platforms as needed
Work closely with the Manager of Communications and Engagement
Maintain a professional representation, and be punctual, respectful, and curious
Activities and Deliverables

Create a work plan for the 8-week term to ensure projects are completed on time and meetings are scheduled to discuss performance and mentorship
Design and update fisheries observer training modules and presentations to enhance educational programming
Research digital storytelling tools that will help expand and improve the charity’s communications with communities and donors, and produce a report on marketing tactics that the charity can use in the next year
Other tasks as required
Skills and Qualifications

Self-motivated and results-oriented, with the ability to take initiative and work independently with minimal supervision
Strong interpersonal skills
Needs to be competent with creating Word documents and PowerPoint presentations
Excellent communication skills (oral and written) in English
Demonstrated commitment to support resilient rural, remote, and Indigenous communities and a healthy environment through educational, professional, and/or volunteer experiences
Ability or willingness to work from the Prince Rupert, BC office, or can demonstrate a plan on how to work remotely during the summer contract
How to Apply

Please apply by sending a cover letter and resume to Shannon Lough via the form below by midnight, Friday, May 13, 2022. We thank everyone for their interest; however only successful candidates will be contacted for interviews.

Assistant Park Superintendent – Sandbanks Provincial Park

Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks
Expression of Interest
Position: Assistant Park Superintendent
Classification: M0609A – Legal/Regulatory 03 ($57,398.00 – $84,322.00)
Location: Sandbanks Provincial Park
Duration: Temporary assignment for up to 6 months with possible
extension
Are you looking for a great opportunity with the Ministry of the Environment
Conservation and Parks to engage with people and work with a dynamic and motivated
team?
As the Assistant Park Superintendent, you will play a central role by assisting with
planning, developing and managing Sandbanks Provincial Park while protecting their
natural and recreational heritage values.
The Ontario Parks’ mission is to protect natural and cultural resources and provide
opportunities for inspiration, enjoyment and education; now and for future generations.
This is an opportunity to:
• Assist in providing leadership and supervision to a team within the parks as you
deliver the Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks / Ontario Parks
mandate with a focus on ecological sustainability
• Assist in the planning, organizing, and implementation of business, resource
management and operational activities
• Provide assistance on human resources activities such as recruitment, training
and evaluation of staff, assigning work schedules and managing performance
• Monitor park programs through an audit process to ensure compliance with cash
handling policies, Park Discovery Program guidelines, compliance with accepted
enforcement practices and techniques and regard for employee and public safety
• Prepare tenders and purchases materials, maintains expenditure control against
allocated budget, administers service contracts and concession agreements
• Participate in the preparation and updating of the risk management plan and
direct the implementation of action identified to ensure duty of care with respect
to the public use
• Take enforcement action as required as a Park Warden involving
serious/sensitive violations as well as providing leadership during park
emergency situations
How do I qualify?
Mandatory
• You must have the ability to obtain a Park Warden designation and ability to
meet the standards in Use of Force training.
• You must possess a valid class ‘G’ driver’s licence or equivalent, as recognized
by the Province of Ontario.
• Possession of or ability to acquire a valid Emergency First Aid certificate.
Leadership Skills:
• You possess strong interpersonal and team building skills to provide leadership,
monitor performance and promote excellence in customer service and team
performance.
• You are able to set priorities, meet tight deadlines, work under pressure and
maintain a high level of accuracy.
• You have demonstrated skills in managing financial budgets and human
resources, including labour relations issues.
• You have the ability to be responsible for the overall compliance with legislative
statutes, collective agreements, government and ministry policies, directives,
guidelines and commitments related to programs and services.
• You have sound judgement and political acuity skills to provide authoritative
advice and guidance to senior management.
Program Management and Coordination Skills:
• You possess knowledge of resource management principles related to park
management, concessions operations and planning.
• You have a good understanding of accounting, revenue practices, expenditure
control and supply and contract management.
• You possess knowledge of general facility, grounds keeping and utilities coupled
with knowledge of capital development including the ability to understand site
development and construction plans.
• You possess analytical skills and the ability to work independently and use good
judgment.
• You have organizational skills to prepare schedules, organize and implement
work and special projects.
Communication, Relationship Management and Interpersonal Skills:
• You have strong communication skills to effectively develop and manage
relationships with staff, volunteers, visitors, service providers and other
government agencies.
• You have the ability to collaborate with other agencies including ambulance
services, fire services, to develop a comprehensive approach to emergency
planning and management for the purpose of first aid response, critical incident
management, road closures and disaster planning.
• You have the ability to respond to emergencies, complaints and contentious
issues involving the public, staff, stakeholders, interest groups and media with
tact and diplomacy.
• You have interpersonal and team building skills to provide leadership, monitor
performance and promote excellence in customer service and team performance.
Technical Skills:
• You have knowledge of general facility, grounds keeping, utility and equipment
maintenance.
• You have knowledge of capital development to understand site development and
construction plans.
• You are able to apply and interpret relevant legislation, policies and procedures
and possess working knowledge of the Occupational Health and Safety Act.
If you are interested in this opportunity, please send your cover letter and resume via
email, quoting “Expression of Interest – Assistant Park Superintendent –
Sandbanks” in the subject line, no later than May 20, 2022 to:
Attention: Curt Morris, Park Superintendent
Sandbanks Provincial Park
Southeast Zone, Ontario Parks
Land and Water Division
E-Mail: curt.morris@ontario.ca
Thank you for your interest. Please ensure you have your manager’s approval to apply.
Only those selected for further screening or an interview will be contacted.
OPS commitment to diversity, inclusion, accessibility, anti-racism: We are
committed to build a workforce that reflects the communities we serve and to promote a
diverse, anti-racist, inclusive, accessible, merit-based, respectful and equitable
workplace.
We invite all interested individuals to apply and encourage applications from people with
disabilities, Indigenous, Black, and racialized individuals, as well as people from a
diversity of ethnic and cultural origins, sexual orientations, gender identities and
expressions.
Visit the OPS Anti-Racism Policy and the OPS Diversity and Inclusion Blueprint
pages to learn more about the OPS commitment to advance racial equity, accessibility,
diversity and inclusion in the public service.
We offer employment accommodation across the recruitment process and all aspects of
employment, consistent with the requirements of Ontario’s Human Rights Code.

Communications Manager

Alberta Ecotrust Foundation
Alberta Ecotrust is a registered charity created through a unique partnership established between the corporate sector and the environmental community in 1991. Guided by a vision of healthy ecosystems for all Albertans and a mission to inspire and mobilize those who champion and protect the environment, we were founded on the principles of  fostering collaboration and trust.

Leading boldly ever since, our programs have expanded to build bridges across sectors and communities, focus on solutions and skills, and financially support hundreds of high impact environmental organizations, programs and projects across Alberta. We increasingly utilize a co-benefits approach to ecosystem challenges and financing pathways to a sustainable, low carbon future. Our environmental priorities include:

Energy conservation and the mitigation of climate change
Protection and conservation of water and watersheds
Protection and conservation of habitat, ecologically critical landscapes and sustainable urban land use
Alberta Ecotrust respectfully acknowledges that our programs are delivered across the province of Alberta, comprising Treaty 6, Treaty 7, and Treaty 8 territory, the traditional lands of First Nations and Métis Peoples.

We are committed to creating a safe, warm and welcoming environment for all people interested in applying for our positions.

 

Communications Manager, Alberta Ecotrust

Your goal in this position will be to review, implement, monitor, and continually improve the Alberta Ecotrust Communications Strategy. In this role you are a strong advocate for Alberta Ecotrust and you lead the organization on communications, media relations, and brand management. The Communications Manager generates ideas and inventive ways to promote our organization while acting as a champion and advocate for positive solutions and action on environmental and climate issues.

Your role is responsible for the planning, management, and design/creation and delivery of communications initiatives including website content, key presentations, and conventional, digital, and social media. This role strategically supports the cohesion of the many communications functions of a forward-moving and multi-faceted organization.

Applying your keen interest and exceptional expertise in communications, combined with your skills in strategic planning and coordinating teams to achieve organizational goals, your work will have a huge effect on the success of Alberta Ecotrust.

This position is responsible for the following:

Manage, implement, and improve a strategic communications plan that includes key messages, audience priorities, communications objectives, brand tone and persona, and channel engagement plans
Understand our strategic approaches and impact, lead the AEF team to capture and share insights, information and analysis in ways meaningful to our audiences and stakeholders
Plan and manage the design, content, and production of all marketing materials
Manage the development, editing and distribution of regular communication to a variety of stakeholders, including social media, email newsletters, event invitations, and annual report
Manage and provide general oversight of the Alberta Ecotrust website
Oversee media relations activities to enhance Alberta Ecotrust’s recognition and credibility, including media releases and advisories, tracking media requests and tracking and growing positive media coverage
Curate consistent use of key messages and brand identity with internal and external stakeholders; train team on key message use and established brand identity rules and guidelines
Assist in the development of funding proposals, campaigns, and other media that support the fund development goals of the organization and promote a culture of philanthropy internally and externally
Establish and ensure effective CRM usage including use of communication and query tools for building marketing lists and crafting messaging for emails and text messaging platforms
Developing marketing materials and outreach, media and partnership strategies for AEF events
Qualifications

You will report to the Executive Team and will frequently collaborate with the rest of the team at Alberta Ecotrust as you collaboratively generate impactful and compelling content. Alberta Ecotrust’s head office is in Calgary, however, this position is available province-wide with the opportunity for remote work.

A successful candidate will possess the following qualifications:

Five or more years experience in communications, marketing and public relations
Post-secondary education in a related field
Demonstrated experience and passion for communicating social and environmental issues/content an asset
Experience with non-profit communications including fundraising campaigns, funding proposals and impact reporting is an asset
Ability to write, design and develop engaging content for traditional and social media
Experience in email marketing, list segmentation, and client relationship management software (CRM)
Previous experience coordinating the writing, design and printing of publications in small team
Proven track record in media relations
Proven excellence in writing, editing and verbal communications
Familiarity with communications tools we use, including: WordPress, Google Analytics, Microsoft Office/G Suite, Sprout Social, Fundraise Up, Constant Contact, social media (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube), NeonCRM, design software such as Adobe Creative Suite and/or Canva, Zoom Webinars.
Exceptional organizational and coordination skills with keen attention to detail
Strong planning, judgment and decision-making skills
Experience planning and organizing events and / or workshop is an asset
Demonstrated ability to work cooperatively in a dynamic, flexible setting
Knowledge of the Alberta environmental sector
Workplace Culture

Alberta Ecotrust provides a flexible schedule and a positive, collaborative team culture. Our staff are extremely motivated to make a difference, and you’ll be part of an innovative team that gets to do interesting, meaningful work aligned with their shared values and desire to improve the world.

 

Remuneration

This is a full-time, 35-hour work week, permanent position with a competitive salary range of $65,000 – $75,000 per year, commensurate with experience, plus paid health benefits, three weeks vacation and a Christmas break.

 

How to Apply

1. Submit your application to Alberta Ecotrust via our online recruitment system. We would like to fill this position as soon as possible but it will remain open until the right candidate is found.

2. Combine your cover letter and resume as one PDF document, named as follows: LastName_FirstName_Communications_Manager

3. Your cover letter and resume combined must not exceed four pages.

 

Applicants are encouraged to identify in their applications if they are Indigenous Peoples, Black People, People of Colour, women, youth, people with disabilities, members of the LGBTQ2SAI+ communities, new immigrants, refugees, and/or are members of other diverse communities.

 

If we can make this easier through accommodation in the recruitment process, please let us know by emailing s.berry@albertaecotrust.com. Please note that only those selected for an interview will be contacted. We thank everyone who applies.

WEBSITE AND EMAIL MARKETING ASSISTANT

WEBSITE AND EMAIL MARKETING ASSISTANT
Outward Bound Canada is committed to inclusion and strives to have broad representation that reflects the diversity of Canada. We encourage applications from candidates who identify as Black, Indigenous, People of Colour or People of the Global Majority, members of the 2SLGBTQIA+ community, and all other equity-deserving groups.

The Email and Website Marketing Assistant oversees Outward Bound Canada’s email marketing program, including designing and sending email blasts, e-newsletters, and automated emails. This role will manage audience segments and ensure that email campaigns work coherently with other marketing channels to meet marketing campaign and organizational goals. In addition, they will manage and update the OBC website and Training Academy subsite as needed, and take on minor web improvement projects. The successful candidate will be a driven individual, passionate about outdoor education, and committed to connecting young people with our transformational programs.

WHAT WE OFFER
Location: Remote (preferably close to one of our operating areas: Vancouver Island, Vancouver, Canmore, Toronto, Bracebridge)
Starting Salary: $40,000 to $44,000
Term: Full Time Salaried Contract (37.5 hours per week), one year contract with possibility of extension
Benefits: Comprehensive benefits package and Employee Assistance Plan
Supervisor: Head of Marketing and Communications
Application Deadline: May 10, 2022
Anticipated Start Date: May 2022

OPPORTUNITY FOR IMPACT
E-MAIL MARKETING:
Receive, build, test, and flawlessly execute email marketing requests from the marketing, fundraising, outreach (including Training Academy), and human resources, teams.
Build and maintain automated emails and templates ensuring the content is up-to-date and the emails target the right audience at the most optimal time and support with content creation
Utilize proper templates, ensure emails are mobile responsive, links are working, and content follows OBC’s brand guidelines and e-marketing best practices, including adherence to CASL and other relevant legislation
Manage e-mail marketing audiences within MailChimp and OBC’s CRM, reflecting opt-outs and various preferences.
Monitor and optimize email marketing KPIs such as open and click-through rates, and share insights with the broader marketing team.
Maintain line of sight into the organizational content calendar to anticipate deliverables and raise any issues around volume or crowding of requests for each target audience.
Manage the project workflow and ensure that internal stakeholders understand and respect the production processes and timeline requirements.
Work with others on the marketing team to set up tracking IDs and UTM parameters to track campaign conversions.
Contribute to campaign reporting to business units, specifically around email marketing using platform reports.
Plan, execute and measure A/B testing to provide recommendations to the marketing team.
WEBSITE:
Regularly update and publish content on the OBC website based on marketing, fundraising, sales and outreach, and human resources requests.
Use pre-existing templates, and publish new web pages as needed.
Design, revise, test, and bring live landing pages for specific campaigns.
Plan, execute and measure A/B testing to improve SEM and user experience to provide recommendations to the marketing team.
Use Google Analytics to optimize web flow and user experience
WHAT YOU BRING
OBC recognizes relevant skills and knowledge can be gained through volunteer and life experiences as well as professional and educational backgrounds. Please outline in a brief cover letter how you have gained the following experiences, and how you would apply them to this role:

REQUIREMENTS
Fully vaccinated against Covid-19
Clear Vulnerable Sector check
Well-rounded understanding of email best practices and email marketing trends
Strong creative development skills; ability to craft compelling subject lines to reach target audiences, draft copy based on key messages, and select images for emails
Proven ability to detect and troubleshoot technical issues related to email development and deployment
Experience building, testing, and updating emails using HTML templates that are mobile responsive and compatible with all major browsers
HTML knowledge and experience with Adobe Creative Cloud (e.g. Dreamweaver, Photoshop)
Experience managing websites
Excellent project management skills with the ability to work independently to effectively manage time
Strong understanding of topics related to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Utilizes inclusive language in marketing materials
Adaptable, can prioritize while working on numerous projects
High level of cross-cultural competence, in recognition, that Outward Bound Canada works with students and partners from a diversity of communities and backgrounds
Passionate about the Outward Bound Canada mission, an interest in outdoor pursuits, and a desire to help get young people outdoors for transformative experiences
ASSETS
Knowledge of MailChimp and WordPress
Knowledge of SEO and experience with Google Analytics
Experience working with Netsuite’s Customer Relationship Management to track marketing Return On Investment functionality
Previous experience on an OBC program

Marketing Communications Specialist

ECO Canada is the steward for the Canadian environmental workforce across all industries. From job creation and wage funding, to training and labour market research – we champion the end-to-end career of an environmental professional. We work with the federal, provincial, and municipal governments in all Canadian regions to support economic growth and environmental stewardship as best practice.

When you work at ECO Canada, you are supporting the growth of an abundant environmental workforce. Along with competitive benefits and compensation, we provide the opportunity to work alongside a dynamic team that values collaboration, high performance and, of course, celebrating our successes! We believe that rewarding, meaningful work should be part of every step of the career journey.

 

Job Description

ECO Canada is looking for an eloquent, creative, dynamic and forward-thinking individual to join the marketing team. Reporting to Team Lead, Marketing Communications the successful candidate will be a creative generalist with experience in marketing, communications, content development, social media and digital advertising.

The role requires taking a proactive approach to content generation and ensuring all product and brand communications are cohesive and effective at engaging with ECO Canada’s diverse audiences. The role also required working closely with key stakeholders in other departments to achieve highly effective and measurable marketing campaigns.

While each member of the team has individual responsibilities, ECO takes a team-based approach. Everyone is encouraged to take ownership of his/her ideas and to see them through to completion, while in collaboration with key influencers.

 

Responsibilities

Content Development & Copywriting

Work closely with subject matter experts and product specialists to develop & design demand generation content. Content includes, but is not limited to product sell sheets, assets for social media/web, website copy, nurture emails, blog posts, whitepapers, eBooks, press releases, brochures and ad placement copy.
Research industry publications and competitors to better understand the environmental workforce landscape look for cross-promotional opportunities.
Stay current with best practices on marketing communications and apply knowledge to impact campaign tactics.
Email Marketing

Set up automated drip nurturing campaigns, send newsletter blasts, announcements and offers that generate positive engagement and facilitate business development discussions.
Implement a testing framework that addresses continuous improvement criteria in terms of customer segmentation, personalization, layout, calls to action, headlines and eBlast scheduling.
Maintain, grow subscriber and customer database including monitoring of behavioural and profile scoring, CASL requirements and activity tagging.
Develop audience segments and assist with list management.
Website Optimization

Optimize and create website and landing page content based on relevant and current search engine optimization best practices.
Leverage user experience fundamentals to develop page content that minimizes visitor barriers and entices action-oriented engagement such as new subscribers or product leads.
Execute minor website development changes through the WordPress CMS.
Program Development Support

Develop creative marketing campaigns to fill program funnels, drive applications and qualify marketing leads while assisting with customer conversions.
Assist product specialists with execution of in-person events and tradeshows including promotion, collateral development, and message syndication.
Other special project assistance may be required.
Reporting

Maintain dashboard of marketing campaigns including promotions across email, Google Ads, industry publications, newswire platforms, company website, LinkedIn, Facebook or other relevant online platforms.
Regular measurement of ROI and other metrics regarding product message syndication.

 

Required Skills

Impeccable written and oral communication
Knowledge of SEO, UX and conversion path best practices
Able to develop a strong “story” for effective positioning
A proven track record in integrated communications and creating customer journeys
Proven experience in executing, optimizing and tracking marketing campaigns
Strong organization and planning skills
Strong initiative and ability to work in a self-directed environment
Able to measure success metrics and identify trends
Creative and strategic thinker
Able to manage multiple projects within tight deadlines
Experience in an agency setting an asset
Experience designing assets using Adobe InDesign and Illustrator
Experience in the environmental or human resources industry an asset
A knowledge of client/vendor management and sales process is an asset
Qualifications

Bachelor’s Degree related to Marketing or Public Relations is preferred
Minimum 3+ years of experience as a digital content and communications professional
MUST have experience working with CRM such as Salesforce, MS Dynamics or other Martech platforms
Familiar with a range of digital platforms including Google Ads, Google Analytics, Facebook & LinkedIn ads managers, Email marketing e.g. Mailchimp/Act-on/Hubspot, website CMS e.g. WordPress, and all social media platforms.
Experience designing in Canva or Adobe suite strongly preferred
Experience developing Whitepapers and E-books and other lead generation tools is an asset
High level of proficiency in Microsoft Office
Bilingual in English and French will be considered an asset
This role is a full-time position, with a three-month probationary period upon start date and the opportunity for a hybrid work arrangement (minimum 3 days per week at the Calgary office and the option to work remotely for the remaining 2).

All applicants must provide current and relevant writing samples that illustrate the ability to create compelling digital copy.

 

If you feel you are the perfect fit for this position and are looking to join a company culture that is fun, flexible, and defined by our collective drive for success, please apply now through our website. Please upload your resume and cover letter as one PDF file. Applicants who do not include a cover letter will not be considered.