Summer Student Job Opportunity: Publicity, Public Relations and Tourism Officer
The Publicity, Public Relations & Tourism Officer will work under the direction of the Humanics Institute’s President and with the other Board Members of the Humanics Institute. With respect to all responsibilities outlined herein she or he will pay special emphasis to serve the Francophone minority community.
- Prepare the marketing materials including posters, brochures, and online materials to promote the Humanics Sanctuary and the essential values the organization seeks to promote.
- Work towards achieving a successful First Anniversary Celebration of the July 2 2017 opening of the sculpture park as a Canada 150 event.
- Prepare and implement a marketing plan to advertise the Humanics Sanctuary and Sculpture Park using social media, internet marketing, and other media avenues; emphasizing the unique function of the Humanics Sanctuary in promoting the essential values that we all share and are enshrined in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
- Develop advertising material to attract, local, national and international tourists to the Sanctuary.
- Promote the vision of the Humanics Sanctuary by developing collaborative programs with the multicultural, and various faith organizations, and particularly with Indigenous groups, minority language groups, visible minorities and the LGBT community.
- Prepare practical arrangements for public-guided and self-guided tours at the sculpture park, including signage for the sculptures, and health and safety guide lines for the public visiting the Sanctuary, and to protect the environment within the Sanctuary.
- Ensure all materials for public engagement is available in both of Canada`s official languages.
- Connect with teachers and students in schools, colleges and universities to encourage them to visit the Sanctuary and use the Sanctuary as a public educational facility.
- Support the Humanics Institutes efforts to form collaborative initiatives with Local, Provincial and Federal government authorities to advance awareness of the essential values we all share in Canada, irrespective of our religious, ethnic, cultural affiliations.
Publicity, Public Relations and Tourism officer could come from many fields of academic study, including Publicity and Public Relations, Tourism, Administrative, Management, or Political Science, etc.
The successful applicant must be enrolled in a post secondary field of study.
The Humanics Institute has committed to give some preference to Indigenous Students, students who are visible minorities or a new immigrant or refugee.
The selected student must be fluently bilingual and able to work in both official languages.
- May 14 to August 31 2018
- 35 hours per week
- $15 per hour
To apply, submit a cover letter and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org