Community Economic Development Intern
Duration: 1 or 2 Year Contract
Salary: $36,000 Annually
Hours: 35 Hours Per Week
Job Description: The intern will work alongside the Community Economic Development Manager. The intern will be involved in all aspects of community development with focus on economic strategic planning and community visioning, as well as assist in the Downtown Revitalization development.
Specific areas and duties include: assisting with grant applications, business retention and expansion, industry attraction and promotion, green energy projects, tourism and festival development, assisting with recreation/sporting events, and involvement with local, regional and economic development agencies.
Qualifications: Possesses a degree/diploma in Business Administration, Economics, Marketing, Innovation Management, Public Administration, Political Science, Environmental Management or other related program.
Training: A willingness to take the EcD certification program at University of Waterloo would be considered an asset.
Please Mail or E-mail applications by Friday August 24, 2018 2PM to:
Township of Schreiber
ATTN: Nathan Dias
204 Alberta Street, P.O. Box 40
Schreiber, ON P0T 2S0
Tel 807-824-2711 / Fax 807-824-3231
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