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Fairmont Hotels & Resorts Whistler, BC, Canada
Jan 23, 2017
Contract
Golf Event and Tournament Coordinator Primary Location : Canada-Whistler-The Fairmont Chateau Whistler Employee Status : Limited Term          Golf Event and Tour Coordinator At The Fairmont Chateau Whistler Golf Club, our Golf Event Coordinator sets the foundation for our groups and tournaments.  This positions involves the ability to multi-task and be customer focused.  We are committed to provided a memorable golfing experience for all! Please note: This position has an end date of November 1, 2017.   Hotel Overview: Nestled at the base of Blackcomb Mountain, The Fairmont Chateau Whistler resort defines mountain luxury in the heart of Whistler, British Columbia - Host Mountain Resort of the 2010 Winter Olympics. Located in the spectacular Coastal Mountain Range, Whistler is Canada’s premier, year-round outdoor adventure destination - just two hours north of downtown Vancouver.  Offering ski-in, ski-out convenience and on-site championship golf course, The Fairmont Chateau Whistler is Whistler’s largest conference resort hotel with 550 guestrooms and suites, exceptional dining in five unique outlets and full resort amenities including a slopeside Health Club.  Since opening its doors in 1989, this landmark destination has welcomed guests and colleagues to an unforgettable mountain adventure – start yours today!   Summary of Responsibilities: Reporting to the Director of Golf, responsibilities and essential job functions include but are not limited to the following: Liaise with clients on all details relating to their event (before/during/after) Ensure that events/outings are run professionally Create all collateral materials related to the events (scorecards, cart signs, tee-gifts etc.) Maximize retail profits through effective sales techniques relating to food & beverage, retail and green fees as directed by the Golf Course Sales Manager Perform computer and/or manual scoring duties as required by our guests in a timely and accurate manner Conduct regular communication meetings to ensure that all applicable departments are informed about upcoming events. Liaise with Golf Shop, Golf Services and Golf Course Maintenance departments to ensure that specific duties related to events are performed to the guest specifications Perform site visits as required by the Golf Course Sales Manager Source new, innovative and efficient ways to maximize the work production and future careers of our employees Actively support Health & Safety Actively support Sustainability     Qualifications: Post Secondary Education in a recognized Professional Golf Management program is an asset Computer literate, especially with MS Office (Word, Excel, etc.) and POS software programs is a mandatory requirement Excellent written and verbal communication skills are required Must be a committed, career-minded, detail-oriented, team player Ability to be flexible in terms of work scheduling Experience and proficiency with Tee-Time Reservation systems is an asset Desire to advance within the hotel and/or golf  industry is an asset Experience and skills relating to golf retail is an asset Experience at an upscale resort golf facility is an asset Must be able to work in both a team environment and individually Must be able to build and maintain positive working relationships Physical Aspects of the Position (include but are not limited to): working with a computer for long periods of time working on the phone for long periods of time working both indoors and outdoors lifting 10 - 25lbs. Visa Requirements: Must be legally eligible to work in Canada. The hotel is unable to assist candidates in obtaining Canadian work authorization   APPLY TODAY: Whether you're launching your career or seeking meaningful employment, we invite you to visit http://www.fairmontcareers.com/  to learn more about Fairmont Hotels & Resorts and the extraordinary opportunities that exist!   ABOUT FAIRMONT HOTELS & RESORTS At Fairmont Hotels & Resorts we offer our guests the finest hospitality experience in each of our destinations. And we know that, to offer our guests the best, we first need to offer our employees the best. That's why you'll find exceptional work opportunities - throughout North America and the Caribbean, Europe and Africa, the Middle East and Asia Pacific - as well as industry - leading training, career development, recognition and rewards. Fairmont Hotels & Resorts is a celebrated collection of hotels that includes landmark locations like London's The Savoy, New York's The Plaza, and Shanghai's Fairmont Peace Hotel. Our teams are guided by values of Respect, Integrity, Teamwork and Empowerment; we employ the highest ethical and quality standards, treating all colleagues with fairness and dignity. A community and environmental leader, Fairmont is also regarded for its responsible tourism practices and award - winning Green Partnership program. An exciting future awaits! Job Level :   Colleague Schedule :   Full-time Shift :   Day Job Travel :   No Closing Date :   05.Feb.2017, 11:59:00 PM Job Number:  CWR01725
Tides Canada Vancouver, BC, Canada
Jan 23, 2017
Full time
Sr. Event and Office Coordinator Vancouver, BC | February 2, 2017 Are you a self-starter with a background in successfully coordinating events? Do you enjoy supporting teams in fast-paced environments? Do you enjoy wearing many different administrative hats on any given day? Are you passionate about the environment and a just Canadian society? If so, this newly created position at Tides Canada is for you. Tides Canada is seeking a Sr. Event Coordinator/Administrative professional for our Vancouver office. In this newly created position, the successful candidate will act as a key point of contact for all events and will also play a key contributing role in providing administrative support for the Vancouver and Toronto offices. View the full posting .
Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada Hamilton, ON, Canada
Jan 23, 2017
Part Time
Coordinator, Fundraising & Community Outreach Part-time (Part-time, 28 hours a week) Location: Hamilton, Ontario, L8S 4P9 Contact: Cathy Hall Description: Canada has the highest rate of multiple sclerosis in the world, with 100,000 Canadians living with MS. The Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada is the country’s MS advocate, funding leading research in MS and programs & services that help people live well with the disease. Based in Hamilton, the Coordinator, Fundraising & Community Outreach is responsible for the planning, co-ordination and execution of fund development events and initiatives while cultivating meaningful relationships with community members, board and committee volunteers, corporate, foundation, and individual donors. Additionally, the coordinator will build and sustain the chapter’s communication vehicles. The successful incumbent will be required to complete criminal and driver’s abstract checks as a condition of hire. Responsibilities: Plans, coordinates and leads fundraising activities in the Hamilton-Halton area (excluding MS Walk), developing new fundraising initiatives as required while maintaining and growing existing fundraisers Maintains up-to-date event plans including critical path, timelines, and resource requirements Proactively seeks to engage more individuals, groups, businesses and community organizations in “I Challenge MS” (third party fundraising) for the MS Society Manages third party relationships ensuring appropriate stewardship of organizers, including ensuring the accurate and timely processing of receipts when applicable. Develops and provides leadership for the implementation of new revenue development strategies to meet the chapter’s needs, ensuring focus is placed on high return on investment activities. Creates monthly reports to the Board of Directors and event committees on fundraising activities and results Acts as a principal contact for fundraising related activities by maintaining correspondence with sponsors and participants both new and existing, and responding to general inquiries Manages donor programs and the donor database Builds strong working relationships with others, both inside and outside of the organization, and enlists their support for achieving fundraising goals Recruits, develops, and maintains relationships with corporate and business contacts and service clubs Identifies opportunities to engage fundraising and special event volunteers in the chapter and creates, adapts and evaluates these volunteer role descriptions Manages fundraising and special event volunteer files and databases Promotes community awareness of the MS Society’s mission, chapter programs and services, volunteer opportunities and fundraising activities Coordinates the development, implementation and evaluation of the Chapter’s communications tools (e.g. web content, social media content, e-bulletins, etc.) from concept, design, writing, and editing through to production and publication ensuring adherence to MS Society of Canada policies, branding standards, messaging, etc. Works with local media to actively promote chapter initiatives including development of press releases, media packages, feature stories and event coverage as assigned Plays a lead role in the chapter’s fund development and community outreach initiatives Executes safe, fiscally responsible and appropriate events that are aligned with the MS Society’s values, Mission and Vision Qualifications: University Degree or Community College Diploma in fundraising, communications, PR, business or marketing with 2-3 years of experience in fund development, special event planning, project management and/or public relations or the equivalent education and experience A valid G driver's license and access to a reliable car is required Proven success coordinating fundraising campaigns and events Knowledge of sponsorship, marketing and media relations’ processes and procedures Experience recruiting and managing event and committee volunteers Self-starter with excellent customer service and problem solving skills Strong organizational skills, able to balance multiple priorities with overlapping deadlines Strong knowledge of best practices and experience in developing digital communications products, writing for the web, and social media Strong verbal and communication skills with good interpersonal skills to communicate in a professional manner and work collaboratively Superior computer skills, with experience in Microsoft Office and an aptitude for database systems Experience working with database or constituent relationship management software, website management tools and social media channels an asset Special Considerations: Required to work evenings and weekends as necessary Physical demands of special events including packing, lifting carrying and loading Regional travel may be required Additional Notes: We are working on a world free of MS, where improving people’s quality of life is a part of our everyday life. If you too are passionate about our mission, we invite your expression of interest and resume submission to: Cathy Hall Regional Director, Golden Horseshoe Ontario & Nunavut Division Email: cathy.hall@mssociety.ca Application Deadline: February 5, 2017 Please note: applicants must state salary expectations in order to be considered. The MS Society has a bold vision for the future. We have a team of dedicated professionals who share a common goal to end MS and to improve the lives of those affected by MS. We strive to be an employer of choice and provide a working environment that values diversity, team work, and professional development. The MS Society of Canada embraces diversity and encourages all qualified applicants to apply. We appreciate your interest and will contact you if a meeting is required. More information about the MS Society is available at www.mssociety.ca
Canadian Tire Corporation Toronto, ON, Canada
Jan 23, 2017
Co-op
Corporate Events Coordinator Co-op - May2017Co-op57    Interested in being a part of a team that is leading the evolution of retail in Canada?   Embracing and driving change is critical to Canadian Tire’s success. The complexity and rate at which the retail industry is transforming has increased exponentially in recent years and we are committed to being a leader in the industry. As such we are relentlessly focused on innovating at every level of our business, investing in new technologies and doubling down on the best talent to drive the company forward. It is an especially exciting time to join Canadian Tire.   The corporate affairs team is responsible for promoting employee loyalty, building relationships with business partners and contributing to a positive corporate image for Canadian Tire Corporation. The team manages and executes all external communication activities including media relations, planning, and corporate events across the entire Corporation’s family of businesses.     What You’ll Do The coordinator will support the Event Team in all aspects of the planning and execution of major corporate events geared towards promoting employee loyalty, building relationships with business partners and contributing to a positive corporate image for Canadian Tire Corporation. Provides general administrative support for the events team including: Co-ordinate time, travel, meetings, materials and shipping in support of the team Arranging catering for internal meetings, space reservations, local accommodations Conducts research on venue, service vendors, giveaways and recommends most cost effective options Customizes intranet registration site, provides onsite registration; creates survey drafts, analyzes results and creates reports Provides onsite administrative support at venues including taking minutes at meetings,  name badge creation; print and digital production of agendas, workbooks, presentation handouts, CDs, DVDs , binders; acts as client facing customer service representative etc Set up and maintain operations room onsite Assist with onsite setup and tear down of events Research, recommend and order promotional items for various events Prepare correspondence in powerpoint, spreadsheet, report formats etc. Review and update extensive attendee lists for all events Assist in the development and scheduling of onsite events volunteers     Who You Are We are looking for talented individuals who: thrive solving problems and are able to balance and prioritize activities drive innovation with their ‘think outside of the box’ mindset take initiative and are able to successfully manage projects build relationships easily, and are collaborative team players with strong communication skills   What You’ve Done Skills to arrange space reservations, local accommodations and restaurant reservations, etc. Computer skills including word, PowerPoint, excel Knowledge of Streampoint and CVENT an asset Interpersonal, customer service and skills Writing, editing and proofreading skills Organization and time management skills Ability to gather information, analyze information and report key insights with recommendations for solutions Strong work ethic - some evening and weekend work   Why Us Canadian Tire is one of Canada’s most iconic and diversified companies.  Our culture and values uphold our pledge to sustainable practices, and commitment to our local communities through Jumpstart and Soldier On cannot be beat.    Launch your career at Canada’s most trusted and innovative retailer.   This position is subject to the successful completion of the following pre-employment conditions: Reference Checks Criminal Background Checks   Apply online: campus.canadiantire.ca                                                                                         Canadian Tire is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace for all. We recognize that our future success depends on the perspectives and contributions of all our employees -- their diverse backgrounds, abilities and experiences make our business stronger. If you are contacted for a job opportunity, please advise us of any accommodations needed to ensure fair and equitable access throughout the recruitment and selection process. All accommodation information provided will be treated as confidential and used only for the purpose of providing an accessible candidate experience.  Canadian Tire Corporation Ontario-Toronto Temporary Work Full-time Unposting Date : Ongoing
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