Job Title: Event Co-ordinator
Number of Positions 1
Hourly Wage Rate 15.00
Number of Hours per Week 30.00
Number of Weeks 16
Anticipated Start Date 2021 - 06 - 07 (posiiton may be filled earlier)
Anticipated End Date 2021 - 09 - 24
Epilepsy Durham Region
Epilepsy Durham Region promotes independence and quality of life for individuals living with epilepsy in the Durham Region. We deliver education, support and social programs for people with epilepsy from youth to seniors, and for their family caregivers. Our goal is to create a barrier free community in which epilepsy is widely understood, and where persons affected by epilepsy and seizure disorders are empowered to live a life of support, dignity, and self-worth.
Due to Covid's negative impact on our traditional in-person service delivery, we are seeking team members who can contribute to providing services virtually to our clients and the community. Skills sets in technology are important to the success of this transition, as is the ability to work independently in a remote workforce.
Tasks and Responsibilities
The Event Co-ordinator is responsible for day-to-day event related tasks such as organizing, implementing, managing and promoting event activities. Tasks include venue selection, guest bookings, registration management, vendor management, budget management, record keeping and reporting. Other administrative tasks required to support the event, or to support other staff involved with the event, are also required.
The Event Co-ordinator will be a cross-functional member of the team, having responsibility for multiple small to large events spanning all areas of our operations, including events related to our education, client support and fundraising efforts. They will be required to work effectively with multiple staff members, including using collaboration tools such as Office 365, Teams, Planner and file sharing.
Due to covid restrictions, Epilepsy Durham Region will be providing many events in an online virtual format in 2021. The Event Co-ordinator will be responsible for understanding and using available technologies to deliver online events including, but not limited to, video conferencing, webinars, email marketing and others.
What skills are required for this position?
Teamwork - Teamwork refers to the skills needed to interact with other people. At work, people work with others in pairs and in small and large groups to coordinate tasks, share resources, plan, make decisions, negotiate, solve conflicts and complete other activities that involve teamwork.
Communication - Communication refers to the skills needed to exchange thoughts and information with other people. This exchange can happen orally by speaking, listening and using non-verbal cues, such as body language or in writing. At work, people use communication skills to talk to customers, discuss products with suppliers, explain work procedures to co-workers, participate in virtual sales meetings with clients, and other activities that involve verbal or written exchanges.
Digital Skills - Digital technology refers to the skills needed to understand and use digital systems, tools and applications, and to process digital information. At work, people use digital technology skills to input, access, analyze, organize, create and communicate information and ideas using computers, software, point-of-sale equipment, email, podcasts, web applications, smart phones and other digital devices.
Leadership - Leadership refers to a number of skills, including communication, relationship building, and the ability to delegate and traits such as honesty. At work, leadership skills are required when working in a team, demonstrating initiative, and taking responsibility for the completion of tasks that require multiple employees.
How to Apply
The Government of Canada funded this job through the Canada Summer Jobs program. . You must be aged between 15 and 30 and be legally entitled to work in Canada. International students are not eligible. Learn more.
Executive Director | Epilepsy Durham Region