Technical Officer

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Poly enables local, community-led plastic recycling by manufacturing systems that allow individuals to recycle plastic without the need for municipal infrastructure. Our systems consist of a shredder machine that shreds down plastic into small pieces and an injection moulder that takes those pieces, melts them down and shapes them into new products using interchangeable moulds. We work with operators to create a social enterprise around their Poly system, creating products that are relevant to their community, designing job opportunities and helping build partnerships to make their Poly system successful.

Poly’s goals for 2018-2019 include:

  • Shipping up to 5 pilot systems to communities where there is no formal recycling program
  • Implementing upwards of 5 special projects in Ottawa and the surrounding community to serve as an R&D platform for further Poly activities and a way for us to build brand awareness
  • Gathering feedback to improving our offering in preparation for transition out of the pilot phase

YOU’LL NEED TO:

  • Have the desire to bring ideas to life
  • Enjoys "hands-on" work such as building and testing prototypes
  • Possess the willingness to learn about innovative solutions
  • Be self-motivated
  • Collaborate with other team members to develop new ideas
  • Be interested in technologies and innovations

IT’D BE GREAT IF YOU HAVE:

  • Experience or a background from a scientific field, particularly mechanical or electrical engineering
  • Passion in technology and innovations
  • have "hands-on" experience (i.e. personal projects, class assignments, etc.)

YOU’LL BE WORKING ON THINGS LIKE:

  • Constructing prototypes using power tools
  • Testing and optimizing designs
  • Working with various partners across the city to design prototypes when outsourcing is necessary

Machines/Items you will be working with include a shredder, injection moulder and various kinds of injection moulds.

Special Projects Officer

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Poly enables local, community-led plastic recycling by manufacturing systems that allow individuals to recycle plastic without the need for municipal infrastructure. Our systems consist of a shredder machine that shreds down plastic into small pieces and an injection moulder that takes those pieces, melts them down and shapes them into new products using interchangeable moulds. We work with operators to create a social enterprise around their Poly system, creating products that are relevant to their community, designing job opportunities and helping build partnerships to make their Poly system successful.

Poly’s goals for 2018-2019 include:

  • Shipping up to 5 pilot systems to communities where there is no formal recycling program
  • Implementing upwards of 5 special projects in Ottawa and the surrounding community to serve as an R&D platform for further Poly activities and a way for us to build brand awareness
  • Gathering feedback to improving our offering in preparation for transition out of the pilot phase

You’ll need to:

  • Be independent and hardworking
  • Be motivated to get things done on short timelines
  • Be flexible in working with changing requirements and conditions

It’d be great if you have:

  • A passion for the environment
  • An interest in addressing the plastic waste crisis
  • Experience working with community groups or on community projects

You’ll be working on things like:

  • Creating community initiatives (aka special projects) in Ottawa from the ground up – from ideation to contacting partners to implementation and measurement of results
  • Working directly with our Poly machines in Ottawa to create new products, ideas and processes
  • Coordinating community partners – such as product clients, employment organizations, schools, etc – to implement Poly special projects

Examples of special projects include: launching a hands-on environmental education program in Ottawa schools, coordinating the selling of Poly products on Etsy and/or local craft fairs, etc

Director of Perfect Pitch

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Project FLY (Future Leaders in Youth), is a workshop-based program that aims to empower at-risk youth to take advantage of opportunities in post-secondary education, employment, and entrepreneurship. Through interactive workshop, Project FLY educates youth on core topics which include the importance of post-secondary education, employment skills, environmental sustainability, leadership, financial literacy, professional soft skills, and entrepreneurship. We also run our yearly bilingual Pitch competition for high school students called Perfect Pitch and work with the school boards to fill gaps in the current school curriculum in the areas of nutrition and financial planning

This year, Project FLY’s objectives include:

  • Strengthening the current academic content for the Business & Nutrition workshops
  • Expand our content by looking for opportunities to transition into mental health workshops
  • Continuing to build on our relationships with current community partners
  • Building partnerships with local businesses and organizations willing to give specialized workshops to the youth attending our workshops
  • Expanding our presentations into school boards to build Perfect Pitch and impact more youth

YOU’LL NEED TO:

  • Like taking on challenges and thinking outside the box
  • Be very organized and able to meet deadlines
  • Have great written and oral communication skills
  • Be passionate about business
  • Be able to work collaboratively with a team
  • Feel comfortable reaching out to teachers to increase student attendance

IT’D BE GREAT IF YOU HAVE:

  • Be bilingual
  • Experience working with students
  • Experience organizing events or exposure to logistics (i.e. prom, student council, extracurricular)

YOU’LL BE WORKING ON THINGS LIKE:

  • Coordinate with interested schools and students to attend the conference (in and out of Ottawa)
  • Finding speakers to attend the event that are bilingual as well as volunteers from our team to lead workshops
  • The logistics of the event in partnership with the Legacy team (time, venue, scheduling)
  • Develop new content for the event and improve on the current workshops based on the feedback from this year’s attendees
  • Aiding with the overall growth and strategic direction of the competition

Presentations Lead

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Project FLY (Future Leaders in Youth), is a workshop-based program that aims to empower at-risk youth to take advantage of opportunities in post-secondary education, employment, and entrepreneurship. Through interactive workshop, Project FLY educates youth on core topics which include the importance of post-secondary education, employment skills, environmental sustainability, leadership, financial literacy, professional soft skills, and entrepreneurship. We also run our yearly bilingual Pitch competition for high school students called Perfect Pitch and work with the school boards to fill gaps in the current school curriculum in the areas of nutrition and financial planning

This year, Project FLY’s objectives include:

  • Strengthening the current academic content for the Business & Nutrition workshops
  • Expand our content by looking for opportunities to transition into mental health workshops
  • Continuing to build on our relationships with current community partners
  • Building partnerships with local businesses and organizations willing to give specialized workshops to the youth attending our workshops
  • Expanding our presentations into school boards to build Perfect Pitch and impact more youth

YOU’LL NEED TO:

  • Have an interest in working with youth
  • Enjoy public speaking
  • Feel comfortable around students of various backgrounds
  • Be punctual and professional

IT’D BE GREAT IF YOU HAVE:

  • Experience working with youth
  • Experience in public speaking or presenting
  • The ability to speak French comfortably

YOU’LL BE WORKING ON THINGS LIKE:

  • Leading workshops with our community partners
  • Tracking the impact of the program in our community
  • Brainstorm ways to make the content more engaging for different age groups and demographics (at risk youth vs. classroom presentations vs. after school programs)
  • Working with the head of content to further develop and improve the curriculum based on feedback from attendees and coordinators
  • Strategies to increase the takeaways for youth/students attending our workshops

Logistics Coordinator

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Tower Gardens is a social enterprise aimed towards inspiring and educating youth about issues concerning food insecurity and the importance of healthy diets consisting of fresh produce across Canada. With the use of advanced hydroponic technology, Tower Gardens provides youth with the opportunity to participate in hands-on workshops that focus on nutrition education, entrepreneurship and indigenous studies.

Goals of the Tower Gardens team include:

  1. Create meaningful long-term relationships through growing and maintaining current client partnerships.
  2. Build and maintain relationships with key stakeholders including public figures, health authorities, and non-profit organizations.
  3. Expand our network of hydroponic towers across the Southern and Northern Canadian regions to continue to raise awareness of the growing issue of food insecurity across Canada.

The Tower Gardens Logistics Coordinator role coordinates all the details that go into making the Tower Gardens program run smoothly. This role entails ensuring that any arrangements for presenters, schools, and partnered organizations have been made. The role provides plenty of opportunity for problem solving and collaboration as you ensure that all Tower Gardens operations run without a hitch. The role also provides plenty of opportunity for creativity in your work when coordinating events and solving problems.

YOU'LL NEED TO:

  • Have excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Have excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Have great attention to detail.
  • Be a proactive worker.
  • Have a great attitude towards learning and trying new things.
  • Be dedicated and passionate for your work and team.
  • Have great organization and problem-solving skills.

IT’D BE GREAT IF YOU HAVE:

  • Experience event coordination or logistics.
  • Experience working with Northern or Indigenous communities.
  • Communication skills in both French and English.

Presenter

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Tower Gardens is a social enterprise aimed towards inspiring and educating youth about issues concerning food insecurity and the importance of healthy diets consisting of fresh produce across Canada. With the use of advanced hydroponic technology, Tower Gardens provides youth with the opportunity to participate in hands-on workshops that focus on nutrition education, entrepreneurship and indigenous studies.

Goals of the Tower Gardens team include:

  1. Create meaningful long-term relationships through growing and maintaining current client partnerships.
  2. Build and maintain relationships with key stakeholders including public figures, health authorities, and non-profit organizations.
  3. Expand our network of hydroponic towers across the Southern and Northern Canadian regions to continue to raise awareness of the growing issue of food insecurity across Canada.

The Tower Gardens Presenter role is the backbone of Tower Gardens operations in the Ottawa region. Presenters will deliver presentations, curriculum, and support to teachers and students across Ottawa. The role is one of the team’s most hands-on, allowing for presenters to teach and interact with students in grades 1-12. Presenters will also have the opportunity to build and further develop presentations skills through the delivery of the Tower Gardens curriculum, which provides an engaging and enriching experience for students of all ages.

YOU'LL NEED TO:

  • Have excellent presentation/public speaking skills.
  • Be able to work, lead, and interact with youth of all ages.
  • Have great responsibility and time management skills.
  • Have a great attitude towards learning and trying new things.
  • Be dedicated and passionate for your work and team.

IT’D BE GREAT IF YOU HAVE:

  • Experience in teaching/student leadership.
  • Understanding of hydroponics technology.
  • Experience working with Northern or Indigenous communities.
  • Communication skills in both French and English.

Expansion Coordinator

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Tower Gardens is a social enterprise aimed towards inspiring and educating youth about issues concerning food insecurity and the importance of healthy diets consisting of fresh produce across Canada. With the use of advanced hydroponic technology, Tower Gardens provides youth with the opportunity to participate in hands-on workshops that focus on nutrition education, entrepreneurship and indigenous studies.

Goals of the Tower Gardens team include:

  1. Create meaningful long-term relationships through growing and maintaining current client partnerships.
  2. Build and maintain relationships with key stakeholders including public figures, health authorities, and non-profit organizations.
  3. Expand our network of hydroponic towers across the Southern and Northern Canadian regions to continue to raise awareness of the growing issue of food insecurity across Canada.

The Tower Gardens Expansion Coordinator role is one of the team’s most exciting! The expansion coordinator is the first and main point of contact that a school/organization will have with Tower Gardens. In this role you will be working on building, maintaining, and growing our relationships with all groups outside of the Enactus family. This role provides experience networking and communicating with community partners and professionals across Canada. The role also provides room for creativity in your work, along with plenty of opportunity for professional growth.

YOU'LL NEED TO:

  • Have excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Have excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Have great attention to detail.
  • Be a proactive worker.
  • Have a great attitude towards learning and trying new things.
  • Be dedicated and passionate for your work and team.
  • Have great organization and time management skills.

IT’D BE GREAT IF YOU HAVE:

  • Experience in sales and/or business development.
  • Understanding of hydroponics technology.
  • Experience working with Northern or Indigenous communities.
  • Proposal writing experience.
  • Communication skills in both French and English.

YOU’LL BE WORKING ON THINGS LIKE:

  • Expanding the Tower Gardens program to more individuals and communities across Canada (including schools, community centers, etc.).
  • Connecting with current community partners for funding opportunities as well as seeking out other grant and sponsorship possibilities
  • Reaching out to specialists to build relationships to gain knowledge and other resources about food insecurity and growth opportunities.
  • Working closely with schools and community partners to create tailored products and services.

Research & Development Coordinator

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Number of Positions: Variable

The Research & Development team is responsible for creating new projects and expanding our current projects through investigating needs in the community, validating new ideas, and generating sustainable solutions.

Goals of the Research and Development team include:

  1. Launching at least one new project
  2. Launching at least two new initiatives within existing projects
  3. Developing an infrastructure and clear process for new Enactus project creation

YOU’LL NEED TO:

·       Be creative, open-minded, and resourceful

·       Be able to take the initiative and lead the execution of new ideas

·       Work well with others

·       Have excellent written and oral communication skills

IT’D BE GREAT IF YOU HAVE:

·       Experience working with needs groups

·       Experience conducting research

·       Experience with community outreach

YOU’LL BE WORKING ON THINGS LIKE:

·       Researching pressing issues in the community and developing creative ways to address these issues through new projects or project initiatives

·       Working with Project Managers to troubleshoot current issues and host think tanks to grow existing projects

·       Developing an infrastructure and clear process for new Enactus project creation

 

Technical Officer

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The Research & Development team is responsible for creating new projects and expanding our current projects through investigating needs in the community, validating new ideas, and generating sustainable solutions.

Goals of the Research and Development team include:

  1. Launching at least one new project
  2. Launching at least two new initiatives within existing projects
  3. Developing an infrastructure and clear process for new Enactus project creation

Technical officers will be working on hands-on technical aspects of the research and development process, validating the technical aspects of the business models proposed by the research and development coordinators.

YOU’LL NEED: 

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Detailed and organized
  • Have an understanding of design/fabrication methods
  • Willing to invest a minimum 5 hour commitment per week, in addition to weekly team meetings, and monthly General Meetings

IT’D BE GREAT IF YOU HAVE: 

  • Experience or a background from a scientific field
  • Passion in technology and innovations
  • have "hands-on" experience (i.e. personal projects, class assignments, etc.)
  • experience with softwares such as CAD

YOU’LL BE WORKING ON THINGS LIKE:

  • Researching new technological developments
  • Constructing prototypes using power tools
  • Testing design results
  • Optimizing designs
  • Bridging ideas into functional solutions

Finance Officer

The Finance team on Enactus collectively manage the financial statement and conduct bookkeeping activities for all our projects, events and initiatives, including managing accounts receivable/payable, processing reimbursements, and updating budgets. The Finance team is ultimately responsible for providing each individual project and event team with financial information related to their specific projects so they can make educated decisions regarding their finances.

This year, the Finance team will work towards things like:

  1. Establish a structure to provide the project management team and project team with more frequent and accurate financial information to allow better decision-making with regard to the allocation and spending of funds; including communicating to members what their individual spending limits are within their role
  2. Updating projects budgets more frequently; being involved in the financial decisions with the project management team (i.e. making decisions on either fundraising more or spending less in the case of a deficit; or ensuring that cash-flow is well planned so there is no shortage of cash during low-fundraising periods)
  3. Use Quickbooks Online for all financial transactions and budgeting
  4. Process reimbursements on a rolling basis and having a better understanding of the expenses that are incurred, but for which the member has not yet submitted a reimbursement request (i.e. knowing what each individual member is planning on spending before they spend)

Finance Officers manage the day-to-day financial operations and bookkeeping of Enactus. 

YOU'LL NEED TO:

  • Have knowledge in financial management
  • Be motivated and be able to work autonomously to proactively complete tasks
  • Be detail-oriented and extremely focused on ensuring accuracy - you're the kind of person where mistakes drive you crazy
  • Be able to pour over financials like nobody's business
  • Participate in regular (bi-weekly or monthly) meetings to process transactions, issue reimbursements and update project/event budgets and financial statements

IT'D BE GREAT IF YOU HAVE:

  • Experience working with Intuit Quickbooks (Enactus uses Quickbooks Online for all our bookkeeping)
  • Experience in financial bookkeeping, planning and/or management
  • Studying Finance or Accounting, or a similar program at uOttawa

YOU'LL BE WORKING ON THINGS LIKE:

  • Processing Enactus' financial statements and individual project/event budgets to the Director of Finance for review and approval
  • Preparing all cheques for reimbursement and deposits to be made to our bank account
  • Follow an established process process to automate all processing of funds/expenses
  • Manage Quickbooks account
  • A few specific projects that will be your responsibility to work directly with, ensuring that all financial statements, budgets are up-to-date with the most recent actual figures
  • Communicating to the members in each project team you're responsible for, in order to ensure everyone is submitting expenses reimbursement requests as soon as possible

Head of Business Development

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The Legacy Conference is like an entrepreneurship boot-camp on steroids: you show up and are taught strategies for starting and growing your company. Except at Legacy, you're not paying $10,000 to attend...

We’re searching for exceptional business development warriors to join the Legacy team. We need people who want to break down walls and make things happen. They will have to be very special and very driven to be successful. They will help define the processes, run the experiments, and make the calls.

Sponsorships are the reason why the Legacy Conference happens. This team will be critical to our success and will have the opportunity to impact not only 800 attendees, but all of our stakeholders. The Legacy Conference as well as flipping the entire concept of a business conference on its head.

YOU'LL BE:

  • Building valuable relationships with partners and sponsors.
  • Collaborating and experimenting to identify and creating best practices, understanding business development strategies, and reviewing qualification approach to maximize efficiency.
  • Continually exploring the performance, trends and behaviours of the pipeline, and the market to make sure we keep rockin'.
  • Contributing to the overall strategy and growth of the Legacy Conference

YOU'LL NEED TO HAVE:

  • Passion for sales and for building amazing teams
  • A love for data and how it can help the business development team win
  • The ability to thrive in a constantly changing environment
  • A love to connect and reach out to inspiring, high-level executives
  • The need to get dirty (think no sleep) and get things done

Growth Coordinator

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The Legacy Conference is like an entrepreneurship boot-camp on steroids: you show up and are taught strategies for starting and growing your company. Except at Legacy, you're not paying $10,000 to attend...

For the past year, we have grown from 100 to 600 attendees. This year, we’re targeting the big 800. We’re looking for someone who is able to evaluate and implement opportunities that others miss. Whether it’s finding innovative ways to use existing data or going on regular “business trips” — we’re looking for someone to help us creatively grow our “young entrepreneur ecosystem”.

We’ll look to you for crazy ideas that just might work, and we’ll trust you to test them and find out.

You’ll be:

  • Brainstorming various growth strategies aimed at all target audiences
  • Doing research, research and more research
  • Building quality relationships with new and existing attendees
  • The bridge between our target audience and the team
  • Innovating and improvising

You’ll need to:

  • Get your hands dirty (think no sleep) and have a “get shit done” attitude
  • Passion for sales and for building amazing teams
  • A love for data and how it can help the growth team win
  • The ability to thrive in a constantly changing environment
  • Love learning from other inspiring student entrepreneurs and leaders.

Content Writer

The Legacy Conference is like an entrepreneurship boot-camp on steroids: you show up and are taught strategies for starting and growing your company. Except at Legacy, you're not paying $10,000 to attend...

Legacy has the potential to be more than just a conference, and we want to grow that. In order to inspire, empower and connect Canada’s young entrepreneur, we need to give them resources. Our email newsletter and social media channels should help our audience make better decisions by giving them high quality, engaging, and no-nonsense news they can actually trust, while injecting a little humour.


What You’ll Be Doing:

  • Write the weekly email newsletter (which will be linked in our email), and any important announcements in a fun, humorous way.
  • Hitting strict deadlines
  • Fact checking and editing
  • Testing new story ideas and concepts

You Need To:

  • A passion for copywriting and journalism
  • A bias for results and execution
  • Ability to hit ambitious deadlines
  • Witty and the ability to write with humor
  • Pop culture, startup, and business knowledge
  • You must be a current subscriber on Legacy’s email

Head of Design

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The Legacy Conference is like an entrepreneurship boot-camp on steroids: you show up and are taught strategies for starting and growing your company. Except at Legacy, you're not paying $10,000 to attend...

We’re looking for a designer to join our team, bringing design thinking and skill sets in pursuit of better showcase Legacy’s voice in media and graphics. You will work on content that inspires our attendees to sign up for the conference at a glance. You’ll have to be good at managing your time, adjusting quickly to shifting approaches, situations, and priorities.

YOU'LL BE:

  • Taking control of creating designs and organizing media (ranging from design to photographs to videos)
  • Contributing to our growing design system in an effort to convey Legacy’s voice in visuals to provide our audience with a new experience
  • Prioritizing simultaneous deadlines across multiple teams and coordinating the efforts across the other teams

YOU'LL NEED TO HAVE:

  • A passion for solving design problems while wearing multiple hats and owning all facets of design & media
  • A desire to mentor other designers, leading by example with your keen eye for good design, and attention to detail
  • Exceptional Photoshop abilities as can be demonstrated through current project pieces

Head of Marketing

The Legacy Conference is like an entrepreneurship boot-camp on steroids: you show up and are taught strategies for starting and growing your company. Except at Legacy, you're not paying $10,000 to attend...

We've gathered the founders of the fastest growing startups to give 30-minute keynotes on actionable tactics for launching and growing your startup. You'll learn how they got started, how they grew, and what they learned along the way. Sounds awesome? You’ll get to market that.


YOU'LL:

  • Harness the power of all the good here and build Legacy as the go-to brand for young entrepreneurs.
  • Help to convey Legacy’s vision and strategy in an unconventional way.
  • Work with the brightest, most driven students in Ottawa.
  • Coordinate efforts between content writer and other important functions.
  • Manage the marketing team to ensure deliverables are met on time.

YOU'LL NEED TO HAVE:

  • A “get shit done” attitude
  • A genuine curiosity and excitement to convey Legacy’s voice to 12,000 young entrepreneurs.
  • Prior product marketing experience

Logistics Coordinator

The Legacy Conference is like an entrepreneurship boot-camp on steroids: you show up and are taught strategies for starting and growing your company. Except at Legacy, you're not paying $10,000 to attend...

Legacy thrives on innovation and bringing the best experience to our attendees. This role involves managing the logistics of the conference and ensuring that the event runs smoothly.


You will be:

  • Working with the operations lead to plan and implement various components of the conference
  • Using research and metrics to base decisions
  • Multitasking. This role involves many  moving parts at any time so being efficient and driven is key.
  • Coordinating with the internal and external teams to effectively organize and execute ideas

You'll need:

  • Drive and hustle
  • Some previous experience in a logistics type position
  • Thrive under a fast paced, constantly changing environment
  • Be very organised and efficient
  • Be able to build relationships in a professional manner
  • Have a desire to learn

Speaker Coordinator

The Legacy Conference is like an entrepreneurship boot-camp on steroids: you show up and are taught strategies for starting and growing your company. Except at Legacy, you're not paying $10,000 to attend...

We've gathered the founders of the fastest growing startups to give 30-minute keynotes on actionable tactics for launching and growing your startup. You'll learn how they got started, how they grew, and what they learned along the way. Sounds awesome? You’ll get to make that happen.


You should have:

  • A passion for creating impact and making a difference.
  • A desire to connect students to the world’s top entrepreneurs.
  • A “work all night to get shit done” personality.
  • A “WORK ALL NIGHT TO GET SHIT DONE” PERSONALITY.
  • A genuinely curious mind: you’re always seeking to learn from the world around you.
  • An open to feedback and rejection attitude.
  • A team-driven work ethic.

You'll be:

  • Working with the brightest, most driven students in Ottawa.
  • Working in a small group - be ready for lot’s of co-working.
  • Putting lots of man hours in researching potential speakers.
  • Sending tons and tons of emails.
  • Building valuable relationships with our speakers.
  • More and more research.

Marketing Lead - Offline

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Sprout is an innovative food initiative that seeks to bring accessible healthy food options and healthy food education to food desserts across Ottawa. Through selling produce in corner stores already in place in communities and using the space to provide the food within walking distance of residents' homes. We work closely with Ottawa Public Health and working towards a more equitable world in terms of Canada's food security right here at home. 

The Sprout team's goals this year include:

1.     Developing a set of recipes that can be conveniently and affordably prepared using foods stocked in our participating convenience stores

2.     Building partnerships with local farmers and farmers' cooperatives, public health authorities, and nonprofit partners that work with our target clientele (i.e. the Food Bank, food pantries and soup kitchens)

3.     Launching the program in more convenience stores, potentially identifying a franchise chain that would be interested in the project

 

YOU’LL NEED TO:

●      Have excellent written and oral communication skills

●      Be creative and innovative with offline marketing techniques

●      Excellent time management and ability to work independently

●      Have great teamwork abilities

IT’D BE GREAT IF YOU HAVE:

●      Interest in nutrition

●      Interest in tracking and acting on marketing metrics

●      Experience in working with the media and the respective documents needed to be in communication with them

●      Experience in working with offline marketing techniques (events, flyers, promotions, etc)

YOU’LL BE WORKING ON THINGS LIKE:

●      Tracking marketing metrics and creating a strategy supported by metrics

●      Communicating the availability of healthy foods on behalf of participating convenience stores

●      The development of the brand

●      Developing a strong marketing strategy, including promotional campaigns such as limited-time offers and sales/coupons across various channels

●      Working closely with Sprout's graphic designer to design and implement attractive in-store signage and marketing techniques

●     Working closely with Sprout's graphic designer to design and implement various offline marketing campaigns for each Sprout location (ie flyers, posters, etc)

●      Working closely with Sprout's community relations officer to create strategies for Sprout event marketing, including tasting events and community events

Photographer

NOTE: If applying for any Videographer/Photographer/Graphic Design related role, please attach a few samples of your work to your application. You may upload them to a Google Drive and share the link in your application if you wish, or attach the files individually.

You’ll need to:

  • Understand and have an eye for good (great) photography
  • Have your own camera
  • Be flexible and reliable
  • Have some knowledge in photo editing

It’d be great if you have:

  • Marketing experience

You’ll be working on things like:

  • Creating stunning photo content for our projects and campaigns
  • Capturing the best moments from some of the year’s best events: Strat24, Legacy, the Enactus Regional/National/World Expositions

 

Videographer

The Marketing team is the creative brains behind everything Enactus. We ensure that all ideas come to life by creating marketing collateral such as promotional videos for our projects, advertisements to promote upcoming events or partnerships, managing the Enactus uOttawa social media accounts, and anything and everything in-between. Our team may be small but you’d never know it; we’re highly driven, innovative thinkers who create next-level content to ensure our projects get the recognition they deserve.

The Marketing team’s goals this year include:

1.     Developing an effective recruitment campaign to attract new talent for the teams

2.     Increase the number of cross-promotional partnership opportunities we engage in

3.     Streamline marketing processes to ensure maximum efficiency and allow us to produce the highest quality content possible

NOTE: If applying for the Videographer/Photographer/Graphic Design role, please attach a few samples of your work to your application. You may upload them to a Google Drive and share the link in your application if you wish, or attach the files individually.

 

YOU’LL NEED TO HAVE:

-    Experience with Adobe Premiere, or Final Cut Pro X

-    Your own equipment (DSLR camera, Microphone, tripod)

-    An attention to detail

-    Ability to work under strict deadlines

-    The ability to work independently on certain projects

-    The ability to accept and give constructive criticism

IT’D BE GREAT IF YOU HAVE:

-    Experience working on professional videos

-    The ability to work in a cross-functional environment

-    A flexible schedule

YOU’LL BE WORKING ON THINGS LIKE:

-    Filming our members working on their projects

-    Producing videos for the various projects as required for their community partners

-    Help with the marketing strategy and spreading awareness of Enactus on campus

-    National/World class presentations (editing videos for competitions, etc.)

-    Branding/promotion for select social enterprises/projects/events