Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of BC Economic Summit 2022
If you know anyone in the job market, feel free to share with them
Shuswap Economic Development Society RFP for Strategic Planning
Shuswap Economic Development Society The Shuswap Economic Development Society has recently posted an RFP for Strategic Planning. Click on the link www.shuswapecdev.ca for more information on the opportunity.
Manager of Economic Development
Coast Funds Coast Funds is seeking a Manager of Economic Development to work in partnership with First Nations to cultivate and develop proposals into start-ups, joint ventures, strategic acquisitions, and infrastructure project opportunities.
As a key member of a small and highly collaborative team, the Manager will work closely with First Nations leaders, their technical staff, Coast Fund colleagues, and project partners.
Reporting to the CFO, as the Manager of Economic Development, you bring your:
Business planning and relationship building skills to cultivate and prepare proposals with First Nations for Coast Funds’ investment annual target investment of $2.5 million into economic development opportunities. Risk management experience to conduct and manage the due diligence process for all economic development project funding applications and providing recommendations to the Project Review Committee for their funding decisions (Find out more here). Impact reporting experience to lead Coast Funds’ work in analyzing the wellbeing outcomes and long-term impacts from project investments (Find out more here). Development experience to support the CEO, the CFO and the Director of Development with proposal writing, community and business engagement, and board briefings. Who You Are
Coast Funds is seeking a professional who has demonstrated an understanding and passion for community economic development – we can see that passion in the work you have done to date.
You have completed a bachelor’s degree in business, commerce or economics with a few years of work experience reviewing and creating business plans. You are familiar with First Nation communities, building relationships and supporting the development of community-owned businesses and entrepreneurs. You are naturally analytically inclined with proven experience in analyzing large data, forecasting, and budgeting. You are a team player who can be easily leaned on your financial analysis acumen. see more online
Economic And Business Development Coordinator
City of North Vancouver The Community & Partner Engagement department is looking for a temporary full time Economic and Business Development Coordinator for approximately one year.
Reporting to the Manager, Economic Development, this position will support the strategic goals of the City and the implementation of our Economic and Business Development priorities. Specific responsibilities include project management and implementation related to pandemic recovery support to businesses; project support to improvement of business services, company retention and expansion; economic analysis and development of partnership projects with key stakeholders. This position may also have responsibility for developing briefing papers, research reports, and policy development. This role will be actively engaged with other City departments and other economic development stakeholders to ensure that the economic development efforts are aligned, integrated and consistent with all of Council’s strategic priorities and directions.
Read more online
Tourism and Events Manager
District of Vanderhoof Reporting to the Director of Community Services, the Tourism & Events Manager is responsible for developing Vanderhoof as an attractive and desirable tourism destination and overseeing the provision of excellent tourism support services. As an innovative leader with a focus on partnership and opportunity development, the incumbent will seek to build new business opportunities for the District’s recreation facilities, secure special events, and provide quality tourism and cultural opportunities for residents and visitors. This position will also oversee the delivery of Community Development Services in coordination with the Approving Officer to promote Vanderhoof as an attractive location to live, work, and play. Read more online
Director Indigenous Relations
City of Vancouver Located in the City Manager’s Office, the Director, Indigenous Relations (DIR) works collaboratively across City departments and agencies to build respectful relationships with First Nations, community organizations, and other government partners to advance this work and to support Council direction and advance the City’s strategic interests. Acting as a strategic advisor to the senior leadership team and working with the City Manager’s Office, departmental General Managers, Directors, and senior staff, the DIR is responsible for managing the City of Vancouver’s corporate-wide approach to Indigenous Relations. They lead the development, coordination and implementation of the City’s evolving strategic direction around the Reconciliation Framework and reconciliation efforts. View more online