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  • 26 Sep 2022 1:46 PM | Anonymous

    Closing Date: Wednesday, October 12

    The Director is responsible for providing leadership and animating the vision for Renovate the Public Hearing, a participatory democracy initiative housed at the SFU Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue. The Director plays a key role in developing partnerships, co-creating positive change with impacted groups, performing strategic analysis to position the program to achieve Centre goals and funder performance targets, and to ensure program continuity with earlier phases. As part of the SFU Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue community, the Director is expected to advance the Centre’s mission and values, work collaboratively with existing Centre teams, and engage the wider SFU research and learning community. 

    Please click here for more information and to apply 

  • 26 Sep 2022 12:19 PM | Anonymous

    Closing Date: Tuesday, October 4

    The City of Calgary is committed to fostering a respectful, inclusive and equitable workplace which is representative of the community we serve. We welcome those who have demonstrated a commitment to upholding the values of equity, diversity, inclusion, anti-racism and reconciliation. Applications are encouraged from members of groups that are historically disadvantaged and underrepresented. Accommodations are available during the hiring process, upon request.

    As an Engage Planner, you will be responsible for developing engagement strategies and plans, leading implementation of engagement activities, analyzing feedback and creation of related reporting.

    Primary duties include:

    - Provide strategic counsel to Project Managers, Communicators, Managers, Directors, General Managers and Members of Council.

    - Provide leadership in identifying opportunities for meaningful public input on projects.

    - Develop engagement strategies, budgets, implementation plans and ongoing reports to successfully execute and manage diverse corporate engagement projects.

    - Assess and improve the engagement process and knowledge of engagement within The City of Calgary.

    - Contribute to the Engage Resource Unit (ERU) work plan deliverables and provide updates to ERU leadership.

    - Provide written and verbal progress reports on engagement initiatives including: engagement feedback, emerging issues, relevant risk mitigation and emerging themes from input.

    - Prepare facilitation guides, host event briefing sessions for team members, mentor staff on facilitation and de-escalation techniques and conduct facilitation of small and large groups in a variety of settings and on diverse topics.

    - Collaborate with communications/marketing staff to prepare for and promote engagement events.

    For more information or to apply, please go to calgary.ca/careers, under Communications/Marketing.
     

  • 20 Sep 2022 10:25 PM | Anonymous

    Closing Date: Thursday, September 29

    Engagement Coordinator (Continuous) - Engagement Department, City of Victoria

    POSITION FUNCTION

    Provide engagement and communications advice to internal client groups.  Plan, develop and implement a variety of engagement plans and communications projects to support City programs services, and initiatives.

    KEY DUTIES

    Develop and implement strategic communications plans and tools including media releases, advertising, brochures and website content. Draft issues briefings for management and City Council. Assist in developing and refining communications policy, guidelines and evaluation methods.

    Develop, implement and evaluate engagement plans for community and stakeholder input on strategy, program or service and report findings to leadership. Develop engagement tools and communications materials to support the engagement initiative.

    Coordinate and manage communications projects and programs with internal stakeholders and with government and community partners; develop and evaluate long-term strategies; monitor effectiveness of communications programs and tools.
    Research, write and edit copy for public information materials targeted at internal and external audiences; prepare presentations on various topics; write and edit internal staff communications including weekly electronic newsletter. Develop and implement project-specific communication plans. Work with City departments to initiate communications items.

    Coordinate print production projects such as the annual report and brochures; coordinate, write, monitor and edit website content. Provide communications assistance to directors, managers and departmental staff; provide advice, information and media support.

    Please click here for more information and to apply

  • 15 Sep 2022 8:55 PM | Anonymous

    Closing Date: September 27, 2022

    The City of Beaumont is looking for an experienced community builder to oversee development planning and safety codes services. Do you have a head for strategic planning, but also like to roll up your sleeves and do some of the hands-on work?

    Do you hit your stride in a fast-paced environment and can shift priorities quickly, while still focusing on getting the job done well? Are you a problem solver who can see connections that aren’t obvious to others? Are you looking for a workplace where you can try innovative approaches, flex your creative muscles, influence stakeholders, leaders, and senior decision makers to make a positive difference in the organization and community? The City of Beaumont might be for you!

    This exciting opportunity puts you in the centre of the Edmonton Metropolitan Region’s fastest growing community. Reporting to the Director, you will manage the professional and technical work of the Development Planning and Safety Codes Service areas of the City’s Planning and Development Department. The Manager will lead a team engaged in subdivision, development permits, building permits and compliance, and Land Use Bylaw enforcement. The ideal candidate loves new challenges, is a relationship builder, is not afraid of trying new ideas or taking calculated risks, and balances that with pragmatism and practicality. You will apply your solid understanding of urban design, land use principles and policies, collaboration, and negotiation skills to help the City attract quality and innovative development and achieve the City’s vision. 

    What YOU’RE Responsible For:

    ·Oversees the processing of all land use (including subdivision) and building applications.

    ·Supports the implementation of the end-to-end development service review.

    ·Represents the municipality in its communications and day-to-day relationships with internal and external stakeholders and manage and lead external agencies as required.

    ·Acting as a key contact and facilitator with internal and external stakeholders, land developers, consultants, homeowners and the general public to provide complete and professional information in a timely manner.

    ·Providing options in the resolution of disagreements or assist in developing alternative plans or recommendations for projects and negotiate positive outcomes with developers and both internal and external stakeholders.

    ·Responding to escalated citizen and stakeholder inquiries and resolve concerns received from City Council, City Administration, industry representatives, regulatory bodies, applicants, and the general public

    ·Preparation of reports and making presentations to Council, Committee of the Whole, Beaumont’s Urban Design Panel, the Subdivision Development Appeal Board, and in public meetings and at engagement events as required.

    ·Supporting the development of annual and four-year operational and business plans identifying the resources required to meet service level demands.

    ·Remaining up to date and advising on new techniques, issues, and legislation affecting community development.

    ·Collaborating with other City divisions and external agencies to obtain expert advice on development-related matters, including City initiatives and development proposals.

    ·Building and maintaining positive relationships with stakeholders locally and in the region.

    ·Investing time in managing, coaching, and developing people, individually and collectively.

    ·Create an open, positive working environment to stimulate open discussion.

    ·Applying GBA+ to the development and review of policies, practices, and frameworks to ensure equity.

    What YOU Bring:

    ·University degree in planning, geography, or another related discipline. A Master’s degree in a related field is considered an asset.

    ·5-7 years of progressively responsible experience in the community planning field with leadership experience.

    ·Professional Membership with the Alberta Professional Planners Institute (Registered Professional Planner – RPP) and the Canadian Institute of Planners (Member of the Canadian Institute of Planners – MCIP) or eligible.

    ·An International Association of Public Participation (IAP2) certificate or equivalent is considered an asset.

    ·Thorough working knowledge of principles and practices of municipal planning, sustainability and urban design.

    ·Excellent interpersonal, communication, presentation, negotiation, facilitation, and problem-solving skills.

    ·Ability to be creative and flexible and use sound judgement in making planning decisions.

    ·Ability to prioritize and meet deadlines.

    ·Ability to plan, assign, and direct the work of personnel and lead, coach, and motivate staff in a team environment.

    ·Demonstrated political acumen and awareness of the reputation of the City, departments, and the service area when communicating with internal and external stakeholders.

    What WE Offer:

    This full-time, permanent positions offers a salary range of $97,734 - $127,521 (starting salary is negotiable within this range based on suitable experience and qualifications), a competitive benefits package, enrollment in LAPP and a 35-hour work week.

    To apply, email your cover letter and resume, indicating the Job ID 22-97 in the subject line, to careers at beaumont.ab.ca by September 27, 2022.




  • 15 Sep 2022 7:02 PM | Anonymous

    Closing Date: Monday, September 26

    We are looking for a Stakeholder Engagement Customer Success Representative for our SaaS platform, Jambo™ (www.jambo.cloud) – the fastest and easiest stakeholder engagement & consultation software. Working closely with our team of developers, designers, product managers, and support representatives, you will provide customer support and quality assurance to help grow and scale Jambo. Ideally, you have previous experience in stakeholder relations or consultation and can draw upon your experience to help better advise customers with their Jambo configuration. When a customer signs up, you’re excited to take them on a journey with a game-changing product that will make their life easier. After they’re onboarded, you enjoy touching base to build client relationships and ensure adoption. If a customer needs help, you’re responsive and can follow up quickly. You like to take ownership of whatever you work on and would thrive in a collaborative environment focused on growing a SaaS to the next level.

    Please click here for more information and to apply
  • 15 Sep 2022 4:45 PM | Anonymous

    Closing Date: Monday, September 26

    We are looking for a Stakeholder Engagement Specialist for our SaaS platform, Jambo™ (www.jambo.cloud) – the fastest and easiest stakeholder engagement & consultation software. Working closely with our team of developers, designers, product managers, and support representatives, you will provide customer support and quality assurance to help grow and scale Jambo. This position reports to the Customer Success Lead and is based out of Edmonton or Calgary with a hybrid in-office/remote schedule.

    The Product:

    Jambo (www.jambo.cloud) is the fastest and easiest way for organizations to manage their stakeholder engagement and consultation requirements. Created in 2016, Jambo is a Stakeholder Relationship Management (SRM) software, which helps record, track and report on stakeholder contacts, communications, issues, commitments, and tasks. Jambo is part of the Silvacom Group of Companies (www.silvacom.com/silvacomgroup).

    Just like the Jambo product, our Jambo team is growing and we are looking for creative, high-performing people to join us and help solve problems in stakeholder engagement and consultation technology.

    The Company:

    Jambo is part of the Silvacom Group of Companies and part of the Pledge 1% global movement with the commitment to give 1% profit to our charity of choice, like Classrooms for Africa. Classrooms for Africa provides assistance to communities that want to build classrooms and other school buildings in disadvantaged areas of Sub-Saharan Africa.

    When not socially distancing, we like to work-hard, play-hard and enjoy fantastic company events like:

    • Escape Room Events
    • Summer BBQs
    • Monthly Staff Lunches
    • Outdoor Group Events Like Cross-Country Skiing and Ice Skating
    • Board Game Nights
    • Trivia Nights
    • Go-Karting
    • Ice Cream Truck Visits
    • Bacon Breakfast
    • Family Picnic
    • Awards Night
    • Christmas Gift Exchange

    We also offer:

    • Medical/vision/dental benefits
    • Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
    • Company Bonus Program
    • Company sponsored RRSP plan
    • Fresh snacks and Starbucks coffee

    Who you are
    You are highly personable, have strong communication skills and are a cheerleader for Jambo! Ideally, you have previous experience in stakeholder relations or consultation and can draw upon your experience to help better advise customers with their Jambo configuration. When a customer signs up, you’re excited to take them on a journey with a game-changing product that will make their life easier. After they’re onboarded, you enjoy touching base to build client relationships and ensure adoption. If a customer needs help, you’re responsive and can follow up quickly. You like to take ownership of whatever you work on and would thrive in a collaborative environment focused on growing a SaaS to the next level.

    What you will do

    • Confidently learn about Jambo, workflows and use cases as the product evolves;
    • Engage in customer onboarding activities and check-ins with clients;
    • Manage and respond to support requests to ensure the most efficient and effortless experience for our clients;
    • Review and follow-up on customer feedback;
    • Act as a trusted advisor for our clients and collaborate with the Customer Success and Development team to analyze and solve problems;
    • Perform and monitor quality assurance tests in collaboration with the Product Team;
    • Drive client adoption during implementation and successful renewals with an emphasis on identifying risks and opportunities for improvement of overall client health;
    • Collaborate with internal teams to develop training, onboarding, and support content; and
    • Work as a stakeholder around the product development table to help bring the customer voice to the development cycle.

    Required Experience:

    • An undergraduate degree, diploma or related experience;
    • The ability to effectively collaborate and communicate cross-functionally;
    • Excellent written and verbal communication and presentation skills;
    • Superior customer service skills with the ability to identify customers' emotional and rational needs and respond with empathy, authenticity, and efficiency;
    • High attention to detail, and effective problem-solving skills;
    • Strong work ethic, drive and sense of team;
    • Ability to establish priorities and manage competing deadlines; and
    • Proficient with Office 365 (Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Teams)

    Desirable Experience:

    • 2+ years’ experience in stakeholder relations, public engagement, or communications
    • 1+ years’ experience in a Customer Service role;
    • Experience with Jira, HubSpot or Salesforce, and Freshdesk;
    • Experience in account management;
    • Interest in continuous improvement and professional development; and
    • Understanding of cloud-based technology.

    Seem like a good fit?

    Please apply online via Indeed.com with your resume and cover letter in PDF file format. Also, please indicate that you saw the ad listing on the IAP2 Canada website. 

  • 06 Jul 2022 8:27 PM | Anonymous

    L'équipe de participation publique de Hill+Knowlton Stratégies est à la recherche d'un professionnel bilingue de la participation publique pour jouer un rôle clé dans le développement et la prestation de programmes de consultation et d'engagement publics à travers le pays, en particulier pour ses bureaux situés à Montréal et à Ottawa.

    Pour plus d'informations

    Depuis plus de 15 ans, H+K fait progresser la pratique de la P2 en misant sur une approche multidisciplinaire, l'adoption des meilleures pratiques et en apportant innovation et créativité à ce travail important.

    Nous recherchons une personne positive, énergique et autonome, passionnée par le service à la clientèle, qui s'épanouira dans un environnement collaboratif, diversifié et au rythme rapide. D'excellentes compétences en matière d'établissement de relations et de résolution de problèmes sont indispensables, ainsi que la capacité de travailler efficacement sous pression. Notre candidat idéal aura d'excellentes compétences en communication orale et écrite en français et en anglais, et aimera soutenir les processus de participation du public, en personne et en ligne.

    H+K s'engage en faveur de la diversité, de l'équité et de l'inclusion au sein de son organisation et dans ses approches de participation et d'engagement. Nous encourageons les candidatures de professionnels de divers horizons et expériences.

    PRINCIPALES RESPONSABILITÉS

    • Soutenir la conception de processus de participation et de consultation et d'engagement des parties prenantes qui emploient à la fois des tactiques en ligne et en personne, en utilisant une variété de méthodes adaptées au contexte pour atteindre les objectifs de diversité, d'équité et d'inclusion.
    • Développer et mettre en œuvre des stratégies de communication pour atteindre, informer et engager les publics cibles en utilisant une variété d'outils et de canaux.
    • Soutenir l'animation, la prise de notes et le compte-rendu des ateliers, des réunions des parties prenantes et des rencontres publiques.
    • Mener des recherches et des analyses sur une variété de sujets, y compris les profils, les besoins, les intérêts, les perceptions des communautés et des parties prenantes, etc.
    • Développer et maintenir des relations de collaboration avec les clients et les intervenants impliqués dans les mandats.
    • Soutenir les efforts de l'organisation pour accroître son expertise P2 et ses différents services.
    • Contribuer aux efforts d'apprentissage continu, de développement et d'innovation de l'organisation en tant que leader de l'industrie (recherche, lecture, conférences, formation, identification et intégration de nouveaux outils de participation et de communication).

    EXPÉRIENCE ET QUALIFICATIONS

    • Diplôme de premier cycle en : communication, sciences politiques, sciences sociales, développement urbain ou environnemental ou autres domaines pertinents
    • Minimum de 2 ans d'expérience pertinente dans un rôle axé sur la participation du public, l'engagement des citoyens et des parties prenantes
    • Formation/expérience/intérêt pour la facilitation
    • Connaissance des stratégies numériques et des outils disponibles pour faciliter la participation du public
    • Compétences supérieures en rédaction/édition avec une capacité démontrée à synthétiser un contenu complexe et à écrire pour un le grand public
    • Excellentes compétences en communication orale et écrite en français et en anglais.
    • Solides compétences en gestion de projet et de budget, capacité à respecter les délais, à déléguer et à prioriser les livrables
    • Compétences dans le travail en équipe et service à la clientèle


    Pour plus d'informations

  • 05 Jul 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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