The PEI Business Women’s Association is seeking an enthusiastic and qualified team player as the Education and Engagement Officer to coordinate education projects across PEI and actively engage the Association’s membership. Working from the office in Charlottetown, this is an indeterminate, full-time position, dependent upon funding, salary to be determined based on experience and qualifications. Reporting to the Executive Director, the following are the responsibilities of this position:
1. Oversee the day-to-day assigned education and training project activities and related content development
2. Engagement of and outreach to membership, including survey development and consistent branding
3. Promote education, training and other events to the membership through marketing and social media communications
4. Complete assigned project tasks, monitor project progress and ensure deadlines are met
5. Gather project statistics as directed, establish and maintain spreadsheets
6. Conduct statistical analyses and research to determine effectiveness and cost of education activities
7. Provide input and oversight to the development of projects and work plans
8. Report in a timely fashion on assigned activities to the Executive Director
9. Outreach and build relationships with education stakeholders as required
10. Engage, develop and maintain valuable relationships with education partners
11. Deliver presentations at conferences, workshops and in communities when directed
12. Plan and coordinate meetings and events
13. Attend meetings and events when required
14. Assist Executive Director with research and preparation of communications, reports, and position papers
15. Review education issues to keep association informed on trends
16. Review education initiatives and respond as needed to information requirements
17. Identify funding sources
18. Prepare communications, briefing notes, and presentations
19. Prepare summaries and products to support managers
20. Assist with the development of marketing material and outreach for program delivery
22. Recruit, train and oversee volunteers as required
23. Maintain an effective, confidential and accountable filing system
24. Some travel throughout the province at times and extended hours of work may be required
Education officers are tasked with encouraging people to participate in learning programmes and skills development activities, which they previously may not have been able to pursue for a number of reasons.
The officer ensures educational programs meet with standards and quality of performance. Development plans for education services are made by the officer through research methods, surveys, talks, seminars, courses, meetings and demonstrations. Educational resources are developed, prepared and managed by educational officers. Training and staff development also are prepared by these officers.
Formal Education/Training Required:
Degree or diploma in business administration, marketing and communication, or a relevant field of study from a recognized university or college.
At least 5 years of related experience in business, marketing and communication, or market research.
Qualified applicants should forward a current resume and cover letter to Margaret Magner, Executive Director, PEI Business Women’s Association HERE. For more information, send an email in confidence to email@example.com with “Education and Engagement Officer” in the subject line.
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 2018, AT 2:00 P.M.
Thank you to all that apply; however, only those that are selected for an interview will be contacted.
PEI Business Women’s Association is excited to welcome Margaret Magner as the new Executive Director of the association. The Executive Director of PEIBWA is integral to the continued development and management of the member-based not-for-profit organization that empowers and inspires Island women to succeed in their business endeavours by providing advisory services, opportunities for development, and connections with other women in business.
Magner was Director of Bioscience Development at the University of Prince Edward Island and continues to teach for its Faculty of Business and Department of English. Her company Magner Ink specializes in communication services.
With a Ph.D. from York University, she has taught in colleges and universities in Canada and the U.S. At the University of Southern California, she was a presidential speechwriter; Senior Writer in Development Communications during a $2.8 billion fundraising campaign; and Director of Corporate Relations for the Marshall School of Business. In New York, she served as Director of Development for the William J. Clinton Foundation, heading up its fundraising department.
A produced playwright and a screenwriter, she is also a Governor of The National Theatre School of Canada.
“On behalf of the Board of Directors we are very excited to have Margaret Magner joins us as the new Executive Director of the PEI Business Women’s Association,” commented Board president, Sharon Keller. “We look forward to seeing what new initiatives Margaret and the PEIBWA team can spearhead in growing the organization and supporting our existing members. This will be a great year celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the Association and we are sure Margaret will help it flourish.”
Margaret Magner’s new role as Executive Director of the Prince Edward Island Business Women’s Association was announced at the recent 2018 Women in Business Symposium. “I’m thrilled to be working with PEIBWA’s Board of Directors, talented staff, and dynamic membership,” says Magner. “The organization was seminal to me when I launched my own business, and it continues to empower and inspire Island women to achieve their professional goals. I’m honoured to be part of that process.”
Margaret joins the PEI Business Women’s Association team at the start of May 2018.
The PEI Business Women’s Association seeks a new Executive Director to report to the Board of Directors, chiefly responsible for identifying opportunities and the ability to innovate and create programs that strategically align with the organization’s goals and member needs. The Executive Director's major mandate is to ensure that the organization has a long-range strategy which achieves its mission, and toward which it makes consistent and timely progress on its goals. Other key responsibilities include program development, member engagement, advocacy, and administration, ensuring optimal use of organizational finances, staff, volunteers and resources. This individual will also provide financial leadership by managing budgets and monitoring long-term strategic fiscal plans.
Application: Qualified applicants should forward a current resume and cover letter HERE. For more information, email the hiring committee in confidence at firstname.lastname@example.org with “PEIBWA ED” the subject line.
Deadline: March 26, 2018 at 5pm. Please note that applications and questions will only be accepted by the hiring committee as noted above.
Thank you to all that apply; however, only those that are selected for an interview will be contacted.
Bolstering supports for new entrepreneurs and professionals at all levels of business promotes an inclusive economy that creates more opportunity for job growth and innovation. That is why the Government of Canada supports organizations such as the Prince Edward Island Business Women’s Association (PEIBWA), enabling women in PEI’s workforce to continue to benefit from the organization’s education and advocacy services, leadership workshops, mentoring and other essential programming.
Sean Casey, Member of Parliament for Charlottetown, on behalf of the Honourable Navdeep Bains, Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development and Minister responsible for the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA), today announced program funding for PEIBWA.
Through its Business Development Program, ACOA is providing a non-repayable contribution of $304,086 over two years to PEIBWA to support women in PEI by providing business advisory services, access to resources and tools, professional and business skills development, networking opportunities and community outreach.
These investments build on commitments made by the Government of Canada and the four Atlantic provinces to drive economic growth in the region through the Atlantic Growth Strategy, by supporting strategic initiatives and organizations that help diversify and advance job opportunities within the business community.
The PEI Business Women’s Association seeks a new Executive Director to report to the Board of Directors, chiefly responsible for identifying opportunities and the ability to innovate and create programs that strategically align with the organization’s goals and member needs. (www.peibwa.org)
The Executive Director's major mandate is to ensure that the organization has a long-range strategy which achieves its mission, and toward which it makes consistent and timely progress on its goals. Other key responsibilities include program development, member engagement, advocacy, and administration, ensuring optimal use of organizational finances, staff, volunteers and resources.
This individual will also provide financial leadership by managing budgets and monitoring long-term strategic fiscal plans.
· Minimum of 5 years' experience in a community based organization or not-for-profit
· Minimum 2 years in a successful senior management position, preferably in the non-profit sector
· Degree or diploma in business administration or relevant field of study from a recognized university or college an asset
· Excellent communication skills
· Able to work outside of normal business hours
· Must be able to travel independently to various locations within the province
· Successful experience in strategic planning and implementation
Qualified applicants should apply at http://bit.ly/2qdPvQ0. For more information, email Wendy MacIntyre in confidence at wendy@resolveHR.ca with “PEIBWA ED” the subject line.
Deadline: January 18, 2018.
Please note that applications and questions will only be accepted by resolveHR as noted above.
On behalf of the Board of Directors of PEI Business Women’s Association, we congratulate Hannah Bell on winning the District 11 by-election. She ran a great campaign and demonstrated incredible leadership on the campaign trail. We are proud to see another woman in leadership within the PEI Government. We are confident Hannah will represent her constituents and be a strong voice in the legislature for her district as well as on women's issues.
She will be missed by the board, staff and membership of PEI Business Women's Association and we wish her much success in her new political career.
Under Hannah's direction, and with the support of the incredible PEIBWA staff, the organization has flourished in the past 5 years. We have seen strong growth, new programming and more diversity within the organization.
Hannah leaves behind a strong organization with committed, talented staff. Hannah will be working with the PEIBWA board and staff until the end of 2017 as she transitions out of her position and will remain available as a volunteer consultant in early 2018. The PEI Business Women's Association board have started the search process and the new Executive Director will be announced at the AGM. Until then, it is business as usual at PEIBWA.
Did you know that Anderson House serves approximately 65 women and 35 children at the shelter each year and another 450+ families through their outreach offices?
As a part of the Christmas Wish Program PEIBWA will be donating gift cards, in $25 increments, that will enable mothers to shop for their children's gifts and their holiday meals. PEIBWA members can donate cards to the office, or donate via the secure form and we will purchase cards on your behalf.
Cards that are able to fulfill the most wishes are from: Walmart, Best Buy, Indigo, Owls Hollow, Sobeys/Superstore (to help with Christmas Dinner).
The deadline to donate a gift card is Thursday, December 14th at 5pm.
A new pilot program from the PEI Business Women's Association, with support provided by the Interministerial Women's Secretariat, is looking to challenge participants to think beyond traditional and stereotypical views of leadership, while encouraging the development of modern leadership skills and competencies.
Full details on the PEIBWA Women Leadership Pilot Program, including application information, can be found HERE. This pilot program closes for applications on November 10th at 12pm.
On Monday, October 30th, PEI Business Women’s Association's executive director, Hannah Bell, won the Green Party nomination in District 11, Charlottetown-Parkdale. The board of directors is excited and in full support of Hannah’s political endeavour to make a difference in the lives of Islanders and help set an example for women entering politics on PEI.
During the month of November, Hannah will take a leave of absence from her role at the association to participate in the by-election campaign with the total support of the Board of Directors. The Board is happy to report that all programming at the PEI Business Women’s Association will continue as scheduled.
The association is very fortunate to have talented, capable staff and board members who will ensure that it is business as usual at PEIBWA, while supporting Hannah on every step of the journey.
The 2018 Women in Business Symposium is returning to Confederation Centre of the Arts on a new date for 2018. Save the date: April 24th.
The 2018 Women in Business Symposium is an event for Island women in business to develop their leadership capacity, learn new strategies, gain inspiration, establish new connections and access professional resources to grow personally and professionally.
A limited number of Early Bird tickets are now available for both PEIBWA members and non-PEIBWA members. Full details and registration information can be found HERE.
If you're interested in becoming involved with 2018 Women in Business Symposium as either a sponsor or a speaker get in touch with Shannon.
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