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WORK OPPORTUNITIES: Job Postings and RFPs / Offres d'emploi et appels d'offres


Job postings and RFPs will be listed here as they are submitted. If you are a member of IAP2 Canada, it is free to post. For non-members, the fee is $175 (+ tax).

To submit a job posting please email us with the following details:

  • Organization name, job title and location of position
  • Closing date
  • Brief job description or highlight
  • A link to a site where they can get more information and apply

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Pour soumettre une offre d'emploi ou un appel d'offre, veuillez nous envoyer un courriel avec les détails suivants :

  • Nom de l'organisation, titre du poste et lieu
  • Date d'échéance
  • Brève description du poste
  • Site web pour plus d'infos

Si vous êtes membre de l'AIP2 Canada, l'affichage est gratuit. Pour les non-membres, les frais sont de 175 $ (+ taxes).


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  • 18 Jun 2021 1:49 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Are you an experienced, senior professional interested in working at one of Canada’s largest, fastest-growing and values-based engagement and communications consulting firms? Where the management team believes in brains without bureaucracy? Where you’ll enjoy more freedom to lead?

    Argyle is growing and we are inviting applications for the position of Director, Engagement, in our Edmonton office.

    We’re looking for a candidate with strong client and project management skills, who is an inclusive, supportive leader. Ideally, you’re a positive team player who can equally share your thoughts and listen to feedback, and can thrive in a collaborative, open office environment.

    Responsibilities

    • Lead projects or streams of large projects for complex client programs involving engagement and communications across Canada
    • Lead and deliver key elements of client programs, including strategy development, digital and traditional engagement techniques, non-technical communications and promotions, event logistics and facilitation, reporting and data analysis, and evaluation
    • Manage and coach Consultant and Senior Consultant team members
    • Manage and build strong client relationships and rapport, being responsive and solutions-oriented
    • Work collaboratively within multi-disciplinary teams and manage team members to ensure quality assurance and produce project deliverables on time and on budget
    • Grow new business opportunities, for example by leading the development of proposals and participating in new business pitches.
    • As part of the Western leadership team, provide mentorship, management, and coaching to support the growth of junior staff and team members.

    Learn more and apply

  • 15 Jun 2021 5:03 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Application deadline: July 7, 2021

    As our future communications lead, you will join the Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue at an exciting moment when we are reimagining our programming and communications for the hybrid world. You are passionate about the role of dialogue in advancing solutions to some of the most pressing issues of our time, and for holding space in ways that reduce polarization and increase democratic voice in our society. Using your imagination and strategic communications skillset, you will help the Centre to find new ways to connect with local, national and international audiences while also raising awareness about the purpose and practice of dialogue.

    SFU Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to creating an equitable environment for all employees. We strongly encourage applications from qualified people of all gender expressions and identities, sexual orientations, visible minorities, Indigenous persons and persons with disabilities. Should you require accommodations throughout the application process, please be in touch.

    Learn more and apply

  • 10 Jun 2021 5:28 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Closing date: June 18, 2021

    SaskPower is looking for two enthusiastic engagement practitioners to lead and support collaborative conversations about the future power system in Saskatchewan. Check out Help Plan Our Power Future . If you have experience developing and delivering public engagement strategies, are savvy in both online and face-to-face engagement techniques and comfortable acting as a corporate liaison – we’d like to hear from you.

    Learn more and apply

  • 07 Jun 2021 3:16 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Deadline to apply: Applications must reach our inbox by no later than June 21 , 2021,

    Term: Six month term; part-time estimated at 30 to 50 hours per month

    • This position is a contract position; the contractor is responsible for all tax obligations.

    • IAP2 Canada places no restrictions on the coordinator’s other employment or sources of income. Potential conflicts of interest will be addressed and resolved on an individual basis.

    • Language: English and French are required

    • Location: Virtual office

    • Compensation: CAN$30-$40 per hour depending on qualifications

    Responsibilities and Duties:

    Under the direction of the Executive Manager, the Social Media Coordinator and Administrative Support will be required to work in the following areas:

    Social Media Strategy Implementation (~20 hrs/month) 

    • Using IAP2 Canada’s Social Media Strategy, identify social media goals and objectives and develop and implement corresponding social media communications activities. 

    • Develop social media content including videos. Post content to social media networks and manage IAP2 social media channels , implement and evaluate the success and quality of ongoing social media content including paid advertising recommending cost effective alternatives should an adjustment in strategy be required. 

    • Provide recommendations and develop on-going content in English and French for IAP2 Canada social media accounts, including scheduling organic and paid social media content. 

    • Liaising with other IAP2 Canada staff, coordinate graphics required for social media content (i.e. images, advertisements, etc.).

    • Provide monthly status reports on social media, identifying areas of progress, concern, and opportunity for IAP2 Canada.

    • Manage a dashboard to monitor and track relevant engagement related conversations identifying and sharing appropriate content through IAP2 Canada social media accounts.

    Social Media Policy Implementation and Building Social Media Capacity (~ 5 hrs/month)

    • Serve as the primary contact for all IAP2 Chapter regions and IAP2 Canada staff on questions related to the IAP2 social media policy.  

    • Lead the development and delivery of informational presentations to support IAP2 Canada and Chapter staff to develop capacity for social media communications. 

    • Liaise with IAP2 Chapters as needed to provide recommendations on the strategic use of social media, both organic and paid content.  

    • Act as a support to IAP2 Chapters in the development and ongoing use of social media dashboards to monitor and track relevant engagement-related conversations and identify appropriate content to share on IAP2 Chapter social media accounts.

    • Collaborate with the Executive Manager to address questions or concerns related to IAP2 Canada’s social media policy.


    Administrative Support ( (~ 25 hrs/month)

    • General clerical tasks such as receiving and responding to emails, scheduling meetings, capturing meeting notes, and many other related tasks.

    • Support other staff with activities as required.

    • Attending staff meetings as required.

    To learn more, please click here.

  • 07 Jun 2021 3:11 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)
    Date d'échéance : Les candidatures doivent nous parvenir au plus tard le 21 juin 2021.
    • Poste à temps partiel (charge de travail estimée à 30-50 heures par mois)

    • Ce poste est contractuel (6 mois); il incombera au titulaire ou à la titulaire de s’acquitter de toute obligation fiscale.

    • L’AIP2 Canada n’impose aucune restriction quant aux autres emplois ou sources de revenus du(de la) coordonnateur(trice). S’il y a lieu, les conflits d’intérêts seront abordés et sur une base individuelle.

    • Langues : français et anglais requis.

    • Lieu : bureau virtuel

    • Rémunération : De 30 $ à 40 $ CA/heure, selon les qualifications

    Tâches et responsabilités :

    Sous la direction de la directrice générale, le(la) coordonnateur(trice) des médias sociaux et soutien administratif sera appelé(e) à réaliser les tâches suivantes :


    Mise en œuvre de la stratégie de médias sociaux (environ 20 heures/mois) 

    • En se basant sur la stratégie de médias sociaux de l’AIP2 Canada, déterminer les buts et objectifs relatifs aux médias sociaux, et concevoir et mettre en œuvre les activités de communication correspondantes sur les médias sociaux.

    • Élaborer du contenu destiné à être publié sur les médias sociaux, y compris des vidéos. Publier du contenu sur les plateformes de médias sociaux et gérer les médias sociaux de l’AIP2; mettre en œuvre et évaluer la réussite et la qualité du contenu publié sur les médias sociaux, y compris la publicité payée; et recommander des solutions de rechange rentables, advenant la nécessité d’ajuster les stratégies.

    • Formuler des recommandations et concevoir du contenu en français et en anglais pour les plateformes de médias sociaux de l’AIP2 Canada, y compris du contenu organique et payant. 

    • Assurer la liaison avec les autres membres du personnel de l’AIP2 Canada et coordonner la création d’éléments graphiques requis pour les contenus à publier sur les médias sociaux (images, publicités, etc.).

    • Fournir des rapports d’avancement mensuels sur les médias sociaux, et cerner les domaines à améliorer, les préoccupations ainsi que les possibilités qui s’offrent à l’AIP2 Canada.

    • Gérer l’utilisation d’un tableau de bord pour surveiller et suivre les conversations pertinentes liées à la participation, et partager du contenu approprié par le biais des médias sociaux de l’AIP2 Canada. 


    Mise en œuvre de la politique sur l’utilisation des médias sociaux et renforcement des capacités en matière de médias sociaux (environ 5 heures/mois)

    • Agir à titre de contact principal pour l’ensemble du personnel des sections régionales et de l’AIP2 Canada pour les questions liées à la politique sur l’utilisation des médias sociaux de l’AIP2 Canada.  

    • Diriger l’élaboration et la présentation d’exposés informatifs afin de soutenir le personnel de l’AIP2 Canada et des sections à développer des compétences de communication sur les médias sociaux. 

    • Assurer la liaison avec les sections de l’AIP2 Canada, au besoin, et fournir des recommandations sur l’utilisation stratégique des médias sociaux (contenu organique et payant).  

    • Assumer un rôle de soutien auprès des sections de l’AIP2 Canada dans l’élaboration et l’utilisation continue de tableaux de bord de médias sociaux afin de surveiller et de suivre les conversations pertinentes liées à la participation, et identifier le contenu approprié à partager sur les plateformes de médias sociaux des sections de l’AIP2.

    • Collaborer avec la directrice générale pour répondre aux questions ou aux préoccupations portant sur la stratégie de médias sociaux de l’AIP2 Canada.


    Soutien administratif (environ 25 heures/mois)

    • Tâches administratives générales (recevoir des courriels et y répondre, planifier des réunions, saisir les notes de réunions) et autres tâches connexes.

    • Appuyer les activités des autres membres du personnel, au besoin.

    • Participer aux réunions du personnel, au besoin.


    Pour en apprendre plus, cliquez ici.

  • 20 May 2021 4:07 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Deadline: Monday, June 7, 2021

    IAP2 is undertaking a global change initiative designed to deliver a strong International organisation and strong Regional bodies.

    This Request for Proposal (RFP) supports the International Board’s objective to prepare, support, and select existing and new trainers for both in-person and remote delivery of the new Global Learning Pathway courses currently in development, and ready for release on 1 December 2021.

    The successful contractor is required to have the following skills and experience:

    ● Proven experience with recruitment and licensing policy and process development within a global licensing environment

    ● Learning and development expertise; and

    ● Proven experience working with/in a complex evolving organisation on a significant change journey.

    RFP Details


  • 19 May 2021 1:07 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Closing Date: June 7, 2021

    Do you enjoy being part of a multi-disciplinary team? Does the prospect of delivering a variety of engagement services across Western Canada for public and private sector clients excite you? Are you looking for a team that supports your professional development? If so, we would like to hear from you!

    Responsibilities:

    The position includes increasing levels of responsibility, based on your comfort level and experience, under the day-to-day supervision of senior staff. While no two days will be the same, your key accountabilities include:

    · Coordinating, interacting, and maintaining positive relationships with a variety of stakeholder groups such as staff, clients, contractors our clients’ representatives, and project stakeholders

    · Supporting the design and planning for online (and in-person, when permitted) engagement sessions and opportunities

    · Providing excellent service and being responsive to stakeholders

    · Developing advertisement materials (social media, road signs, newspaper, etc.)

    · Developing session materials (displays, handouts, comment forms, etc.)

    · Attending online (and in-person, when permitted) engagement sessions to provide support and take notes

    · Develop content for and program online surveys

    · Arranging/coordinating printing, scanning feedback forms, etc.

    · Data entry of feedback received

    · Feedback coding and data analysis

    · Preparing engagement summaries, including key themes and high-level summaries of feedback received

    · Supporting the development of content for proposals and marketing materials

    · Continuous improvement and development through both formal (classroom) and informal (on the job) learning opportunities

    Learn more and apply

  • 18 May 2021 1:13 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Closing date: May 26, 2021

    Reporting to the Program Manager, Environmental Education and Outreach is responsible for researching, developing, implementing, coordinating, education, outreach and engagement strategies or communication strategies that promote and enhance Environmental programs and services; monitoring and reporting on the effectiveness of such strategies and supporting community outreach, public relations and consultation for the Region and on behalf of its local municipalities. 

    Learn more and apply

  • 11 May 2021 12:17 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Closing date: May 23, 2021 11:59:59 MST

    The Ministry of Environment takes a team-based approach to protecting Saskatchewan’s environment for the wellbeing of the province, its people and its future. We use science-based solutions and environmental laws to help safeguard communities and to protect our air, land, water and habitat. We are committed to high citizen and client satisfaction through workplace excellence, continuous improvement and innovation.

    The Environmental Assessment and Stewardship Branch is seeking a proactive, knowledgeable, and analytical individual for the role of Stakeholder Engagement Lead. The Environmental Assessment and Stewardship Branch leads the delivery of the environmental assessment, waste stewardship and recycling programs in Saskatchewan. It also coordinates the implementation of the Saskatchewan Solid Waste Management Strategy. Please visit the link below to view the complete job advertisement.

    Learn more and apply

  • 30 Apr 2021 2:23 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Closing date: May 11, 2021

    The City of Red Deer is looking to hire Community Facilitator to join a dynamic team in the Safe & Heathy Communities Department. The Community Facilitator provides consultative and facilitative leadership. This position consults on community development, engagement and facilitative processes and programming plus helps build community capacity. Portfolio focus areas are dynamic, subject to change and can range from community recreation, neighbourhood community development, poverty reduction, downtown, community safety, housing/homelessness, to other emergent community opportunities and situations in keeping with community goals outlined in the Social Policy Framework and corporate priorities.

    Learn more and apply

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