This is a full-time position with a salary of $58,000-$63,000 per year, plus a comprehensive benefits package, generous paid annual leave, a pension contribution matching program, and more. The salary and benefits are offered in exchange for an eight-hour workday (e.g. 8:30-4:30 or similar) in a pleasant office environment, Monday to Friday. Travel and overtime/weekend work may be required once or twice per year.
Transportation Association of Canada
Reporting to the Director, Member Services & Communications, and working closely with many staff, the Officer will profile and promote the work of the Association, developing tailored and brand-consistent messages and materials in English and French. The Officer will build the Association’s digital and social media presences, as well as be involved in developing, quality control and producing almost all public materials consumed by our volunteers, members, partners and stakeholders. He or she helps plan, promote and deliver the annual conference.
The Officer will be part of a small and inter-reliant staff team that values initiative, ideas, problem-solving and work-life balance and provides an opportunity to help tell the stories of a national, not-for-profit association whose work positively impacts the lives of Canadians. See below for more about the Transportation Association of Canada (TAC).
The position’s main duties are:
Communications, Marketing, Public Relations
TAC Conference & Exhibition
French Management and Quality Control
The successful candidate will have:
Candidate assets include:
The Transportation Association of Canada (TAC) is a not-for-profit, national technical association concerned with road and highway infrastructure and urban transportation. Our 500 corporate members include all levels of governments, businesses, academic institutions, and other associations. TAC provides a neutral, non-partisan forum for those organizations, and their thousands of staff, to come together to share ideas and information, build knowledge, and pool resources in addressing transportation issues and challenges. This includes hosting an annual conference for 1000+ leaders and decision-makers in the road, highway, and urban transportation sectors – the largest of its kind in Canada.
We thank all applicants for their interest. However, only those invited for an interview will be contacted.
The Transportation Association of Canada (TAC) welcomes applications from people with disabilities, in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). Accommodations are available on request during the hiring process. Applicants are asked to make their needs known in advance.