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The Senate Events Coordinator is responsible for organizing and coordinating various activities (in-person and virtual) as it relates to SENgage, the Senate’s youth engagement initiatives (senators’ visits to schools, colleges and universities across the country; students’ visits to the Senate and special youth events). The incumbent must plan roll-out, coordinate activities, and engage with various stakeholders to ensure the success of these events and maximize positive media coverage.The incumbent drafts communications products associated with these activities while working closely with all teams of the Communications Directorate. These products include outreach proposals, invitations, backgrounders and roll-outs.
The general public to staff one (1) permanent position in the Communications directorate.This selection process may be used to staff determinate or indeterminate positions at the same level with similar requirements.Applicants are expected to send a cover letter (maximum one page) in addition to their resume highlighting why this role is of interest and tell us why they want to be part of the Senate of Canada team.
• Bachelor degree in communications, education or related field of study;• Minimum of one year experience in the communications or education fields;• Experience in planning and coordinating events, in-person or virtually;• Knowledge of the theories, principles, methods and industry best practices pertaining to communications;• Knowledge of Parliament and the Canadian political landscape;• Experience with social media platforms on behalf of an organization/association/institution;• Experience developing educational content for schools or post-secondary institutions, an asset;• Experience in working with youth under the age of 30 or working for a youth- or education-driven organization.
IntegrityRespectServiceAction managementAdaptabilityCommunicationDependabilityJudgementTeamwork and cooperation
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Candidates must consent to supply personal information and obtain a security accreditation in order to be eligible for appointment.