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August 20/08 5:05 am - Employment Opportunity: 'The Ride to Conquer Cancer' Promotional Representatives Required

Posted by Editoress on 08/20/08

Ride to Conquer Cancer Promotional Representatives Required

The Ride to Conquer Cancer and the Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation are looking for part time representatives this fall to manage several territories across Ontario. There are several positions available.

The successful candidates must have excellent communication, presentation and sales skills. We are looking for outdoor enthusiasts who have experience participating in events and/or recreation activities. Cycling knowledge is a plus although not required. Candidates must be at the very least enrolled in College or University studies or graduated. This is part time and offers flexible hours but does require a vehicle and travel. You are responsible for making your own schedule, accomplishing objectives and reporting on your activities.


• Demonstrated strength in project management
• Can work well independently
• Results-oriented, able to set priorities and deliver consistently to a high professional standard
• Effective organizational, interpersonal and communication skills
• Excellent decision making skills with the ability to make recommendations and to use good judgment
• Exercises outstanding initiative
• Ability to sell ideas and communicate clearly
• Entrepreneurial in approach

Representatives are needed in the following areas:

1. Peel Region
2. Western Ontario (Kitchener / London / Waterloo)
3. Eastern Ontario (Ottawa / Kingston)
4. Hamilton / Ancaster / Dundas / Oakville
5. Toronto
6. St. Catharines / Niagara Falls / Thorold
7. Aurora & North to Barrie &Collingwood
8. Markham / Pickering - Oshawa

Please send your resume no later than 5pm Tuesday September 2nd (Word Format) to:

You can also visit our website for more information on our cause at:


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