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February 12/07 5:26 am - Employment Opportunity at Bicycle Trade Association

Posted by Editor on 02/12/07

Membership Services Coordinator

The Bicycle Trade Association of Canada has an employment opportunity available for a Bilingual Member Services Coordinator.

Job type: Permanent, Full-Time
Location: Canada - Ontario - Newmarket
Date posted: Feb. 12, 2007
Start date: April 1, 2007
Number of Positions open: 1
Travel required: Yes
Additional languages required: Written and Oral French

Job Description: The BTAC team has an exciting opportunity for a bilingual Membership Coordinator to develop, administer, implement and evaluate strategies, programs and other initiatives to grow and retain BTAC Retail and Supplier membership. This position works closely and cooperatively with the Executive Director.

• Member Services including member recruitment; annual member renewal; and general member services;
• Meeting and Events organization including organization of member meetings and, education and training events, and networking activities;
• Database updating and management of records;
• Developing content for member communications;
• Day-to-day contact with members and potential retailer members;
• Overseeing an annual budget for membership services;
• Management and updating of website content;
• Special Projects on an as needed basis;
• Assisting the Executive Director when required;

• Excellent communications skills in both English and French (written and oral);
• 2 - 3+ years of experience in a professional association environment working in membership, business development or marketing/communications;
• The ability to work collaboratively in a small professional staff team as well as liaise effectively with members and the Board of Directors;
• Creative and self-motivated with excellent verbal and written communications skills;
• Ability to manage multiple projects in a deadline-driven, fast-paced environment;
• Experience in delivering high quality member services to a geographically dispersed membership;
• High degree of proficiency using Microsoft office, the internet, and other technology;
• Strong written, interpersonal, and time management skills;
• Current driver's license and access to a vehicle as well as the ability to travel locally and nationally as required;
• Various Internet research tools as well as the ability to learn new applications as required;
• CAE designation (or working towards) would be an asset;

Interested applicants are asked to submit a resume and cover letter, including compensation expectations via email by 5:00 p.m. March 15, 2007 to Janet O'Connell, Executive Director at NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE

Applicants are encouraged to visit the Bicycle Trade Association of Canada's website for more information on the association and its activities.

BTAC appreciates all expressions of interest in this position, however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.


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