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  • 16 May 2022 4:36 PM | Anonymous

    Closing Date: May 25, 2022

    Division: Strategy and Transformation 

    Department: Communications and Public Engagement

    Term: 1 Permanent Full Time position(s) available.

    This position is responsible for enhancing the City of Saskatoon’s public engagement framework, as well as leading strategic public engagement activities.

    Duties & Responsibilities

    • Develops, maintains, evaluates, and continuously improves the effectiveness of public engagement procedures, processes, and tools.
    • Identifies and addresses systemic barriers to public engagement.
    • Develops and executes engagement strategies and plans for key City initiatives.
    • Develops and leads the implementation of a public engagement training program for City management and staff.   
    • Develops, implements, and manages a stakeholder management strategy.  
    • Administers advisory groups that reflect Saskatoon’s diverse community, such as the Indigenous Technical Advisory Group.   
    • Develops and manages a comprehensive online engagement strategy.  
    • Provides statistical advice and evaluation to qualitative and quantitative research, survey design, data analysis, reporting, and other components of the public engagement process.
    • Build relationships and partnerships with community groups and other organizations to support mutually beneficial public engagement outcomes.
    • Explores external grant opportunities for supporting improvements to the public engagement framework.
    • Performs other related duties as assigned.  

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s Degree in one of the following fields: Human/Social Sciences, Education, Planning, Business or related field. A Master’s Degree would be an asset.   
    • Six years' related experience in a public engagement or community consultation role combined with experience in stakeholder management, project management and strategic communications.
    • Ability to obtain the International Association of Public Participation (IAP2) certificate or similar training.  
    • Experience in a variety of public engagement functions, including designing and implementing engagement processes and programs.
    • Experience helping people work together.
    • Experience leading and managing change, building organizational talent, and empowering people to achieve outcomes.  
    • Experience in research and analytics.   
    • Experience with community capacity building, fostering agency support and building relationships and strategic partnerships.   
    • Experience writing professional reports and presenting to an audience.
    • Considerable knowledge of emerging engagement techniques.  
    • Demonstrated ability to deal with issues management and conflict resolution in a political environment.  
    • Knowledge of the diversity of Saskatoon’s communities.
    • Experience building relationships and working with a diverse range of people.  
    • Ability to maintain confidentiality while handling sensitive information. 

    Please click here for more information and to apply 

  • 03 May 2022 5:56 PM | Anonymous

    Closing Date: May 16, 2022

    Reporting to the Director, Community Engagement, the Manager, Community Engagement is responsible for:

    Working with patients, families, caregivers and key stakeholders (internal and external) to embed patient, caregiver and public engagement into various Home and Community Care Support Services (HCCSS) initiatives and its broader provincial mandate. The Manager will also act as an advisor to HCCSS staff in ensuring that the patient, caregiver and public voice informs and impacts the quality of home and community care across the Province.

    Leading a team of engagement professionals and champions a high-performance environment and promotes a people strategy that attracts, retains, develops and motivates their team by fostering an inclusive work environment where each member serves as a value-add resource; communicating vision/values/business strategy and managing succession and development planning for the team. Creates a positive culture in which innovation, collaboration and creativity thrive.

    Supporting the Director in developing collaborative plans to help staff, patients, and caregivers, with the tools to engage purposefully in improving the overall patient experience. The Manager will be responsible for leading the creation of content and resources to support patients and providers to learn how to effectively engage with one another to help them fully embrace and engage in patient-centered, system-level quality improvements.

    Please click here for more information and to apply

  • 28 Apr 2022 3:48 PM | Anonymous

    Date d'échéance : 9 Mai 2022

    Nous cherchons une personne ayant un profil en animation de démarches collectives et de participation publique auprès de groupes variés. Vous contribuerez à un mouvement en plein essor au Québec, en mettant en œuvre des processus de budget participatif favorisant l’innovation et le passage à l’action des communautés et des municipalités. Vous contribuerez également à la réalisation de démarches d’action collective axées sur la transition socio-écologique des communautés.

    Cliquez ici pour postuler et plus d'informations

  • 28 Apr 2022 3:46 PM | Anonymous

    Closing Date May 13, 2022

    Our team is growing and we are looking for a new member for a brand-new position! Come work as the Communications and Stakeholder Relations Manager with the Vancouver Police Board (VPB) in a full-time permanent position. Apply your passion and talent for communications and stakeholder relationships in this unique opportunity focused on serving as a link between the community, and VPB and/or Vancouver Police Department (VPD). This is an excellent opportunity for a communications professional looking to excel in a position that requires high-energy, creativity, strategic thinking, and the ability to balance multiple priorities and liaise with a range of stakeholders.
    Reporting directly to the Executive Director of the Vancouver Police Board (VPB), the Communications and Stakeholder Relations Manager (CSRM) will function as an integral part of our team to lead the design, development, implementation, and evaluation of an effective stakeholder engagement strategy. The CSRM works closely with, senior leadership, and stakeholder / partner staff in support of the VPD’s strategic plan, employing appropriate channels and tools for each stakeholder group.
    Little About Us:
    We are small but dynamic team directed by a talented Board of Directors who provide independent civilian oversight, governance, and strategic leadership to the VPD, reflecting the needs, values, and diversity of Vancouver’s many communities.
    A Little About You:
    The successful candidate will be a creative and social individual with a passion and talent for engaging stakeholders and the public, collaborating with teams, bring a solid experience profile, and an interest in continual growth and improvement. You are a consummate and smart networker, a solid project manager, and a competent and strategic communicator with an appetite for challenges and opportunities.
    Please apply if you are:
    • Experienced in and passionate about diverse stakeholder and public engagement in a rapidly evolving and dynamic environment
    • Experienced in designing, planning, implementing, and reporting on multi-dimensional stakeholder engagement activities including open houses, interviews, virtual forums and feedback mechanisms and participatory collaborative processes
    • Skilled at providing leadership and consultation on the development and implementation of digital engagement strategies to support stakeholder engagement
    • Able to develop impact measurement frameworks and tools, analyze data and prepare comprehensive reports
    • A strong verbal and written communicator. You are able to craft public friendly, plain language and effective messaging for a wide range of stakeholder groups
    • Able to work across an organization and to develop robust engagement plans and use tactics that will appropriately engage and stakeholders
    • Not afraid of challenging situations, comfortable having difficult conversations/interactions, and have the ability have the skills to to diffuse tense situations at public sessions is required
    • Effective at collaborating and influencing others without positional authority
    • Experienced in designing and implementing social media campaigns, communications, and/or monitoring programs utilizing social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc.
    • Able to manage multiple complex projects concurrently and complete a variety of complex tasks within tight timelines which requires professionalism, excellent judgement, and political acumen
    • Someone with exceptional interpersonal skills and able to build and foster relationships within and across organizations and the stakeholder community
    • Enjoy working as part of a collaborative team on outreach and communications efforts
    Your cover letter will demonstrate:
    • Your relevant stakeholder and public engagement achievements including experience working with a variety of stakeholders including inclusive engagement, participatory processes, collaboration/co-design, and capacity building
    • Your approach to building relationships with a variety of stakeholder groups, particularly challenging stakeholders or those who do not see themselves as stakeholders
    • Excellent written communication skills
    • Your passion for the discipline
    • Why you stand out as a candidate for this position
    Your resume will show us:
    • At least an undergraduate degree in a related field such as communications, public relations, journalism, marketing, and/or related discipline
    • A minimum of 5-7 years progressive experience in a role specializing in public/stakeholder engagement and analysis of qualitative and quantitative processes

    • Experience with:
    o Stakeholder and public engagement planning, processes, and outcomes reporting
    o Experience facilitating small or large group in-person and virtual sessions
    o MS office tools, MS Teams, Zoom and online collaboration tools (Miro, Padlet, etc.)
    o Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop)
    o Developing and implementing engagement strategies
    o Analyzing input and developing engagement reports and summaries
    o Developing communication, advertising, or session materials
    o Writing for various mediums and various audiences to include staff, senior leadership, Board members, and a broad range of stakeholders
    o The goals of truth and reconciliation and building relationships with and understanding of local First Nations and Indigenous communities
    Bonus points for:
    • Certification with a related professional association, such as International Association of Public Participation (IAP2), Canadian Public Relations Society (CPRS), or International Association of Business Communicators.
    • Indigenous engagement understanding and experience
    • Experience using video and audio editing programs

    Other information:

    • The successful candidate must be able to achieve enhanced security clearance
    • Applicants selected to move forward in the in the hiring process may be assessed on the knowledge, skills, abilities, and competencies in the job profile

    What we offer:

    • A fantastic opportunity to hone your skills in a challenging and rewarding position
    • A competitive salary and comprehensive benefits
    • An office located on the Canada Line and other public transportation

    Now what?

    If this sounds like your next job, please forward your cover letter clearly outlining how you meet the position requirements as well as your current resume to hr@vancouverpoliceboard.ca by May 13, 2022.

  • 28 Apr 2022 3:42 PM | Anonymous

    We are seeking a Senior Stakeholder Relations Advisor to join the Customer Experience and Public Affairs team. In this role, you will work with a talented and inclusive team of professionals in the development and implementation of Stakeholder Relations strategies that enable ICBC to build authentic relationships with diverse stakeholders, as we work together to create an insurance system that is moving all forward.

    We are seeking an influential, self-motivated and results-oriented individual with a track record of experience applying knowledge of stakeholder engagement principles, best practices and methodologies to develop effective results. You will seek and implement continuous improvement based on effective monitoring and evaluation of stakeholder engagement in a public sector environment.

    Position Requirements
    As Senior Stakeholder Relations Advisor, you will:
    • Develop and direct stakeholder relations' strategy through consultation with others in the division and with executives and business areas, ensuring alignment with corporate goals
    • Oversee all aspects of stakeholder relations plans, including monitoring progress and achievements, identifying issues and developing options and recommendations
    • Provide expert advice and recommendations to senior executives to support their stakeholder outreach initiatives and to manage, issues or concerns
    • Identify, build and maintain trusting, strategic business relationships with key stakeholders; endeavor to align stakeholder and ICBC interests and increase a positive understanding of ICBC
    • Develop and manage annual evaluation and reporting of stakeholder relations activities.
    What we offer:
    • Competitive Salary & Benefits: We are committed to providing industry competitive salary and benefits.
    • Continuous Training: We offer continuous in-house training to ensure you are equipped with the knowledge to be successful in your role.
    • Hybrid of On-site and Working from Home: We offer flexible working arrangements as we continue to support our employees in balancing their career and life commitments.
    • COVID-19 safety protocols: We comply with WorkSafeBC and the health authorities of British Columbia to ensure your safety and wellbeing.
    • Engaging Culture: We promote an inclusive and diverse work environment.

    Position Requirements
    The successful candidate will have:
    • Knowledge of stakeholder engagement principles, techniques and methodologies to plan and undertake new initiatives
    • Knowledge of project planning and project management, and experience working with the leadership of senior management teams
    • Education or experience in strategic planning, community partnership development, relationship management or related fields
    • Familiarity with the current legislative and regulatory environment, government structure, and political relationships and practices.

    Position Information
    As announced by the Provincial government, all ICBC employees will be required to show proof of full Covid-19 vaccination.
    Please note only those legally entitled to work in Canada at present will be considered for this position.

    Please click here for more information and to apply

  • 11 Mar 2022 5:50 PM | Anonymous

    Closing date: March 27, 2022.

    The City of Regina’s Communications & Engagement branch is seeking a motivated individual to join our team for the position of Public Engagement Strategist. This position is responsible for planning and executing public engagement approaches, strategies and tactics. It provides strategic engagement advice, plan support and tools to business areas, as well as supports the integration of best practices in developing corporate engagement policies and processes.

    Please click here for more information and to apply


  • 11 Mar 2022 5:44 PM | Anonymous

    Closing Date: March 14, 2022

    The Citizen Engagement Team provides strategic leadership and cross-government coordination of public engagement initiatives that contribute to legislative, regulatory, policy and service improvements across government. The Citizen Engagement Team is part of Government Digital Experience Division (GDX) and provides corporate leadership by designing and implementing large scale, complex public engagement initiatives across government. These initiatives allow all British Columbians to have a say in the policies and services that affect their lives. The Team manages two public facing web platforms, engage.gov.bc.ca and GovTogetherBC. 

    The Senior Citizen Engagement Analyst will report to Citizen Engagement, Team Lead and work closely and support members of the Citizen Engagement Team in their planning, delivery and analysis of public engagements. Additionally, the candidate will work with all business units of Government Communications and Public Engagement (GCPE), as well as staff across government to plan and deliver engagements.

    For more information and to apply, please visit 

  • 11 Mar 2022 5:39 PM | Anonymous

    Close date:  March 31, 2022

    The Community and Partner Engagement department is looking for a temporary full time Communications and Engagement Coordinator to join their team for approximately two (2) years. 

    This is an excellent opportunity for a communications professional looking to excel in a position that requires high-energy, creativity, strategic thinking, and the ability to balance multiple priorities and liaise with a range of stakeholders. In this role, you will coordinate and implement communications and public engagement strategies and issues management for various City initiatives. You will support a variety of City departments to roll out large, complex projects, activities, programs and initiatives to enhance community engagement and awareness. You will develop and deliver strategic communications plans, coordinate promotional and advertising materials, coordinate events, research, write and edit a variety of material for public and media including for print, social media, web and media. You will provide strategic advice to staff engaged in communication activities and proactively identify opportunities to share good news stories or respond to and mitigate emerging issues. Additionally, you will prepare informational videos; coordinate awareness campaigns; and support photography requirements.

    Link to apply: https://www.cnv.org/Your-Government/Career-Opportunities


  • 10 Mar 2022 3:20 PM | Anonymous

    Closing date: Friday March 18, 2022

    B&A is seeking a Communications and Engagement Specialist with 1-3 years of relevant experience to provide communications and engagement expertise on external client-facing and internal corporate projects. This position reports to our team of Senior Communications and Engagement Specialists and their Coordinator. This position is an initial contract term of up to one (1) year with the possibility of extension for the successful candidate.

    Please submit your cover letter and resume to careers@bapg.ca, learn more at bapg.ca


  • 08 Mar 2022 4:07 PM | Anonymous

    Applications accepted until position is filled

    • Canada North Environmental Services (CanNorth) is a First Nation-owned environmental services firm with an established track record and a highly respected reputation. CanNorth has a proven expertise in communication and trust building between Indigenous, local communities, and industrial developments, and is looking to increase capacity in the Community Division. CanNorth is seeking a highly motivated Senior Human Environment Specialist to work with our talented and multidisciplinary team in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Responsibilities in this position will include:

    • ·          Leading development of socio-economic and land use studies including community research and reporting as part of provincial and federal impact assessment and sustainability reporting requirements.

    • ·          Leading collection and application of Indigenous and local knowledge.

    • ·          Designing, implementing, and reporting on Indigenous and public engagement activities including applying engagement results to decision making processes.

    • ·          Supporting design and facilitation of community-based and community-led research.

    • ·          Developing clear language materials, reports and presentations.

    • ·          Project management and client communication.

    For more information and to apply, please visit https://cannorth.com/careers/


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