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Communications & Website Administrator

Job ID
1739
Job Posting
Close Date
2019-04-26
Job Title
Communications & Website Administrator
Job Type
Contract - Full Time
Job Category
Education and research
Job Location
Edmonton (flexible), AB

Alberta Mentoring Partnership

9425 109A ave
Edmonton, AB   T5H 1G1

http://www.albertamentors.ca

Organization Profile

Job Posting: Alberta Mentoring Partnership Communications & Website Administrator

Applications: Mentor.support@albertamentors.ca -

Applications close: April 26th, 2019

Are you interested in making a difference in the lives of children and youth in Alberta? The Alberta Mentoring Partnership is looking for a Communications & Website Administrator.

About the Alberta Mentoring Partnership (AMP): The AMP is comprised of community agencies, government ministries, government-funded organizations and youth representation whose goal is to raise the profile of mentoring in Alberta for the purpose of improving the lives of children and youth.


Core functions

  • Website & Technology Administration
  • Data Collection & Analysis
  • Online Media Marketing

The ideal candidate will have:

  • strong interpersonal and relationship building skills,
  • marketing and communications background/experience
  • website and digital communications expertise.
  • excellent communication skills both written and verbal;
  • the ability to work independently and take initiative while still being a strong team member.
  • Project management expertise, experience creating workplans and managing deadlines

Knowledge of Alberta community agencies and organizations involved in mentoring or related activities is an asset.

Qualifications:

  • Post-secondary education with an emphasis on digital communications, social work, community work, education, and/or marketing and communication
  • Proven web and digital communications expertise including social media campaigns, newsletters, online training, and webinars (Technical knowledge and competency in web authoring languages, tools and design software such as: HTML, CSS, Content Management Systems (such as Wordpress), Learning Management Systems (such as Moodle), the Adobe Creative Suite (Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator & Adobe In-Design)
  • Exceptionally strong organizational, interpersonal and communications skills
  • Demonstrated creativity, flexibility and knowledge in working with diverse populations

Salary: Ranging between $47,000 and $57,000 with an excellent benefits package.

Duration: The position is a full-time (37.5hrs week) contract to March 31, 2020 with the possibility to renew.

Location: While AMP has an office location in Edmonton, working remotely from other cities in Alberta is a possibility.

Please forward your resume to jobposting@albertamentors.ca by April 26th, 2019.  All applicants are thanked for their interest; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Further Information:

Website & Technology Administration

Typical Duties

  • Manage, post and revise website content
  • Design landing pages for marketing campaigns, tools or new online resources
  • Developing and/or implementing website additions (ex: this could include the creation of digital forms, partner profile additions, custom website configurations or theme changes)
  • Maintain and administer the online mentor/mentee training platform
  • Assist in the development and post-production of AMP Podcast and Webinar training sessions
  • Provide AMP members and the public with technical support for the tools and applications within the website including on-line training
  • Maintain existing on-line training and assist with the creation of additional modules
  • Troubleshoot individual questions regarding accessing or usage of the website and on-line training
  • Manage partner online database and update information change requests
  • Ensure website functionality and perform software updates


Data Collection and Analysis

Typical Duties

  • Organize and streamline data from users of on-line training and website applications
  • Generate, collect and analyze on-line data and provide any required reports
  • Manage data in relation to the tools and resources including creating and maintaining data systems
  • Assist in the creation of AMP business documentation and planning
  • Create and administer surveys and interpret results to inform evaluation and decision making


Online Media Marketing

Typical Duties

  • Manage, post and procure content for social media channels
  • Design and assist in the development of the “MentoringMinute” digital newsletter and all other digital mailouts
  • Strategically design the online portion of marketing and communication campaigns


Logistics Support

Typical Duties

  • Supporting administrative duties for Provincial Coordination Team and AMP Staff
  • Coordinating phone requests, contact form requests and other inquiries made to the AMP from partners and the public.
  • Create and disseminate meeting packages - agenda drafts, attachment collection and formatting
  • Meeting invitation management
  • Committee contact and mailing list maintenance
  • Draft and distribute meeting minutes
  • Set up virtual meetings, video conference or phone conference equipment
  • Room booking/rentals and ordering catering

How To Apply

Applications:

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