Our Opportunity

The First Nations Tax Commission is seeking an organized, self-motivated experienced workshop coordinator to join our growing organization.  As part of our education team, you will coordinator and manage workshops, including workshop materials, databases, collaborating with speakers, on-site logistics, and post event reporting.  We offer competitive wages and benefits, healthy work life balance, training, and career progression opportunities.

Who We Are?

The First Nations Tax Commission (FNTC) is a national Aboriginal institution that supports and assists First Nations across Canada in developing and implementing property tax systems on their lands. For more information on what we do, please visit our website www.fntc.ca

Job Responsibilities

  • Manage all aspects of non-accredited education programming including workshops, from planning, setting timelines, determining resource needs, coordinating and compiling workshop materials, on site coordination, and post event reporting and follow-up
  • Create and coordinate communication plans for workshops including digital marketing, website updates, internal updates and event messaging.
  • Coordinate workshop agenda and activities including speakers and speaker information.
  • Work with the Director of Education and other staff to develop and manage a calendar of non-accredited education programming
  • Manage, update and maintain contact databases in accordance with policies
  • Collaborate with subject-matter experts and speakers on the content and materials, distribution to audiences
  • Format presentations, materials and other documents in accordance with brand guides and templates
  • Establish relationships with and communicate with vendors on the confirmation of venue details such as meeting or conference rooms, catering, transportation and other requirements.
  • Incorporate evaluations and surveys into the planning cycle for the purposes of continuous improvement
  • Coordinate workshop-related contracts and agreements
  • Review workshops and feedback and implement recommendations for improvement
  • Compile and retain workshop materials

Job Requirements

  • A diploma in a related discipline such as communications, administration, training or adult education or equivalent education.
  • 3-5 years of project or training management or education organization experience including managing complex events.
  • Demonstrated project management skills
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Experience in developing and delivering events in a First Nation environment would be considered an asset.
  • The ability to manage multiple projects and adapt to changing priorities and duties.
  • Strong Microsoft Office skills

We are an equal opportunity employer that recognizes and celebrates the diversity of all First Nations and people across Canada.  As a First Nations Organization, applicants of aboriginal descent are highly encouraged to apply.

We thank all applicants for their interest, however only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.