[Sust-mar] Marketing and Program Coordinator Required--Clean Nova Scotia

Charlene Young cyoung at clean.ns.ca
Wed Oct 4 14:13:08 EDT 2006

Marketing and Program Coordinator Required 

CNS is offering a new program is aimed at motivating Nova Scotians to
consider and act on fuel efficiency and conservation when purchasing,
maintaining and driving their vehicles.  Your role will be coordinating
the logistics, administration and marketing of this program, working
with program advisors, and with the Communications Coordinator to ensure
consist messaging and identity. If you have a keen grasp of details,
experience in marketing or public relations, and a passion for the
environment, this position could be for you.

Duties will include:

*        Coordinating production of marketing materials with
Communications Coordinator and program staff

*       Marketing program to targeted audiences

*       Ensuring project deliverables are completed in a timely,
cost-effective manner

*       Coordinating program staff schedules and workplans

*       Administrative tasks such as file management and correspondence

*       Relationship maintenance with suppliers and key contacts

*       Assisting the Communications Coordinator when required

Initial knowledge and skill required

*       Marketing or public relations experience required

*        Project coordination experience 

*       Non-profit experience 

*       Ability to multitask

*       Strict attention to detail required

*       Passion for the environment an asset

Salary will be commensurate with experience and based on standard CNS

To apply, please submit your resume by October 16, 2006, 4:30 pm to:

Maria Cain
Personnel and Programs Director
Clean Nova Scotia
126 Portland Street
Dartmouth, Nova Scotia  B2Y 1H8
mcain at clean.ns.ca
Fax: 902-424-5334



Charlene Boyce Young

Communications Coordinator


Clean Nova Scotia

126 Portland Street, Dartmouth

(902) 424-4161

(902) 424-5334 fax

cyoung at clean.ns.ca

 <http://www.clean.ns.ca/> www.clean.ns.ca




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