JOB OPPORTUNITIES 

 Social Media and Marketing Coordinator

 

Position Hire Date: ASAP

CSJ Term: Ending December 31, 2021

Wage: $20.00/hour       Hours: 35 hours/week

Job Summary 

Reporting to the Manager of Marketing & Communications, the Social Media and Marketing Coordinator is responsible for social media and online marketing content creation, planning and scheduling as well as assisting with member engagement initiatives, including administrating spotlight interviews. 

The Social Media and Marketing Coordinator will also be in charge of administrative tasks that include post-social media campaign reporting, social media platform audits, member information collection for database and website copy updates, planning, organizing and scheduling future social media content.  

Responsibilities:

  • Social media and online marketing content creation;
  • Social Media and online marketing scheduling, monitoring and engagement; and 
  • Assist the Manager of Marketing and Communications with social media platform audits/reporting. 

Member Engagement (both virtual and in-person):

    • Represent the organization as an RDBID Ambassador; 
    • Assist the Member Engagement Coordinator with the execution of RDBID member engagement initiatives;
    • Solicit membership participation in RDBID initiatives;
    • Execute ongoing member spotlights, 
    • Assist with gathering member information for RDBID database, website, and map; and
    • Assist the Manager of Marketing and Communications with distribution of marketing materials for signature events, programs and member services as requested. 

Administration:

  • Maintain related files; 
  • Maintain daily time sheet;
  • Participate in daily Marketing Team Check-in meetings; 
  • Participate in weekly RDBID Team Check-in meetings; and
  • Assist the Manager of Marketing and Communications with special projects and other duties as required. 

Future Planning:

  • Research social media trends; and
  • Stay up to date and current with social media platforms.

Qualifications:

  • Applicant must be under 30 years of age (as per CSJ Grant);  
  • Demonstrated ability to create content and engage with an audience using social media;  
  • Strong teamwork, problem solving and communication skills; 
  • Must work well both independently and in a team environment; 
  • Must own a smart phone and be willing to use for work purposes;  
  • Must possess the ability to organize, prioritize and coordinate workload efficiently; 
  • Must possess the ability to adapt quickly to change;
  • Must take initiative;  
  • Experience using Microsoft Office and Outlook;
  • Broad knowledge of office skills and procedures; and
  • Knowledge of downtown Regina considered an asset.

 

Working Conditions:

  • Fast paced environment;
  • Tight deadlines; 
  • Working both independently and as a team;
  • Sitting for up to eight hours a day; 
  • Communication with the public including downtown members, tourists and the vulnerable population; 
  • Standing and walking (occasionally); 
  • Working outdoors (occasionally); 
  • Event setup (occasionally); and 
  • Evening and weekend work may be required. 

 

Mentoring plan: 

  • 1-1 mentorship by Manager of Marketing and Communications. 
  • The Manager of Marketing and Communications will educate and inform on the external and internal processes of the RDBID. They will introduce Social Media and Marketing Coordinator to key partners of the organization. 
  • The Manager of Marketing and Communications will provide daily, weekly, and monthly objectives and goals to achieve.
  • Act as a positive and encouraging mentor by providing sound feedback, advice and guidance. 

 

Apply By:

On or preferably prior to Sept. 15, 2021

How to Apply:

Please send cover letter and resume to hr@reginadowntown.ca Subject: Social Media and Marketing Coordinator Posting

PLACEMAKING COORDINATOR 

 

Position Hire Date: October 4, 2021

Wage: $20.00/hr                        Hours: 40 hours/week

Position Summary:

The Placemaking Coordinator is responsible for administering and/or coordinating visitor service initiatives undertaken by RDBID as well as projecting a professional and positive image of RDBID at all times.  Event management and production is required.  The position of Placemaking Coordinator is a permanent full time position.

The Placemaking Coordinator reports directly to the Manager of Events and Activations.  In the absence of the Manager of Events and Activations, the Placemaking Coordinator reports to the Manager of Member Engagement.

Responsibilities:

  • Events and Activations
  • Produce RDBID events and activations, including but not limited to:
    • Cinema Under the Stars
    • Downtown Concert Series
    • Summer in the Square Programming
    • Annual Christmas Tree Lighting
    • Victoria Park Ice Rink
    • Rider Game Day Shuttle
    • Pop up activations (ie. Street painting, Park(ing) Day)
  • Produce RDBID supporting activations for city-wide events such as Grey Cup, Canadian Western Agribition, etc.
  • Post event tracking and reporting
  • Arts and Culture
    • Produce Urban Canvas Program, including but not limited to:
      • Alley Door Art
      • Traffic Control Box Art
      • Murals
      • Other public art installations
    • Maintain the Cultural Trailway program, including program updates and expansion
  • Administration
    • Provide events and activations portfolio updates for Manager of Events and Activations
    • Collaborate with other team members to promote the events and activations portfolio, where appropriate
    • Research and implement best practices for the portfolio, where appropriate
    • Represent RDBID on external committees, where appropriate
    • Attend internal and external meetings and events
    • Filing and documentation for portfolio
  • Preferred Qualifications:The position is best suited for those with a background in marketing, event planning and production.
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office and Outlook;
    • Experience multitasking and prioritizing assignments;
    • Experience in a leadership role considered an asset;
    • Must be able to adapt quickly to changes;
    • Must be able to organize and coordinate work efficiently, to set priorities and to motivate others;
    • Must possess strong team work, problem solving and communication skills;
    • Must have excellent time management skills;
    • Customer service experience;
    • Broad knowledge of office skills/procedures; and
    • Knowledge of downtown Regina considered an asset.


    Working Conditions:

    • Fast paced environment;
    • Tight deadlines;
    • Working independent with minimal supervision;
    • Sitting for up to 6 hours a day;
    • Communication with the public including tourists, downtown member and the vulnerable population; 
    • Standing and walking (occasionally); 
    • Working outdoors (frequently, seasonal); 
    • Event setup; and 
    • Evening and weekend work may be required

Apply By:

Sept. 15, 2021

How to Apply:

Please send cover letter and resume to hr@reginadowntown.ca Subject: Placemaking Coordinator

 

Member Engagement Coordinator

Job Summary 

Position Hire Date: TBD

Wage: $20.00 /hour     Hours: 35hours/week

Reporting to the Manager of Member Engagement, the Member Engagement Coordinator is responsible for attending RDBID signature events and programs, representing the organization as an Ambassador. Administering member engagement initiatives, including soliciting participation. Assisting with social media content creation and engagement, as well as website copy updates. 

The Member Engagement Coordinator will also be in charge of administrative tasks that include post event follow-up reports, member surveys/feedback gathering, planning, organizing and scheduling of reoccurring meetings with members. 

Responsibilities:

Member Engagement (both virtual and in-person):

    • Represent the organization as an RDBID Ambassador; 
    • Assist with the execution of RDBID member engagement initiatives;
    • Solicit membership participation in RDBID initiatives;
    • Execute ongoing member spotlights, 
    • Assist with gathering member information for RDBID database, website, and map; and
    • Assist the Manager of Marketing and Communications with distribution of marketing materials for signature events, programs and member services as requested. 
  • Social Media 

Assist the Social Media and Marketing Coordinator with social media content creation, execution, monitoring and engagement as requested.  

Events

  • Attend RDBID signature programs and events as per direction of the Manager of Member Engagement. 

Administration:

  • Maintain related files; 
  • Maintain daily time sheet;
  • Participate in Check-in meetings; and
  • Assist the Manager of Member Engagement with special projects and other duties as required. 

Qualifications:

  • Minimum Grade 12 education; 
  • Applicant must be under 30 years of age (as per CSJ Grant);  
  • Demonstrated ability to create content and engage with an audience using social media;  
  • Strong teamwork, problem solving and communication skills; 
  • Must work well both independently and in a team environment; 
  • Must own a smart phone and be willing to use for work purposes;  
  • Must possess the ability to organize, prioritize and coordinate workload efficiently; 
  • Must possess the ability to adapt quickly to change;
  • Must take initiative;  
  • Experience using Microsoft Office and Outlook;
  • Broad knowledge of office skills and procedures; and
  • Knowledge of downtown Regina considered an asset.

Working Conditions:

  • Fast paced environment;
  • Tight deadlines; 
  • Working both independently and as a team;
  • Sitting for up to eight hours a day; 
  • Communication with the public including downtown members, tourists and the vulnerable population; 
  • Standing and walking (occasionally); 
  • Working outdoors (occasionally); 
  • Event setup (occasionally); and 
  • Evening and weekend work may be required. 

Mentoring plan: 

  • 1-1 mentorship by Manager of Member Engagement. 
  • The Manager of Member Engagement will educate and inform on the external and internal processes of the RDBID. They will introduce Social Media and Marketing Coordinator to key partners of the organization. 
  • The Manager of Member Engagement will provide daily, weekly, and monthly objectives and goals to achieve.
  • Act as a positive and encouraging mentor by providing sound feedback, advice and guidance. 

 

Apply By:

Sept. 15, 2021

How to Apply:

Please send cover letter and resume to hr@reginadowntown.ca Subject: Member Engagement Coordinator Posting

 

 

 

The Regina Downtown Business Improvement District (RDBID) is an organization that provides a range of business and community services to promote and enhance Downtown’s unique assets, to improve conditions for businesses operating in the district, and to improve the quality of life for those who shop, work, live and play Downtown.
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CONTACT US
1822 Scarth St., 2nd Floor Regina, SK S4P 2G3
PHONE:306.359.7541
FAX:306.359.9060

THIS PROJECT RECEIVED FUNDING THROUGH THE GOVERNMENT OF SASKATCHEWAN’S MAIN STREET SASKATCHEWAN PROGRAM

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