Business Development Lead

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Have a passion for being part of the movement that is trying to reverse the harmful effects of climate change and stop the human race from damaging the planet to the point of no return? Interested in working on a project that actively works to stop additional environmental damage, while at the same time stimulating economic activity and creating jobs in vulnerable communities? Interested in using technology to address some of the most pressing issues of our time?

Then you’re in luck! Check out positions for Enactus uOttawa’s brand-new environmental project. More details will be provided should you be selected for an interview.

YOU’LL NEED: 

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • A love of sales and finding creative ways to sell products, services or projects to customers
  • No fear of picking up the phone or going out and talking to people to better understand their needs
  • A desire to learn about the sales process and how to obtain funding (ie through writing grants, proposals, communicating with potential partners, etc)
  • A glowing personality and ability to get along well with people 😊

IT’D BE GREAT IF YOU HAVE: 

  • Experience working in a sales job
  • An understanding of vulnerable communities in Canada, or at least a willingness to learn
  • A passion for the environment and being part of the generation who will reverse the damaging effects of climate change

YOU’LL BE WORKING ON THINGS LIKE:

  • Discovering new communities where we can expand our project to and partners who can help advance our project
  • Raising money for the project through grants, proposals, etc
  • Helping determine products or services to sell by conducting needs assessments with potential customer groups and asking them what sort of product or service they would like to purchase

Logistics/Operations Coordinator

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Have a passion for being part of the movement that is trying to reverse the harmful effects of climate change and stop the human race from damaging the planet to the point of no return? Interested in working on a project that actively works to stop additional environmental damage, while at the same time stimulating economic activity and creating jobs in vulnerable communities? Interested in using technology to address some of the most pressing issues of our time?

Then you’re in luck! Check out positions for Enactus uOttawa’s brand-new environmental project. More details will be provided should you be selected for an interview.

YOU’LL NEED: 

  • Detailed and organized
  • Excellent written and oral communications skills
  • A love of charts, schedules, plans and the like and the determination to see them through
  • An analytical mind that focuses on all the little things that are part of a bigger process

IT’D BE GREAT IF YOU HAVE: 

  • Experience in project management or juggling multiple tasks at once
  • Experience working with organizational tools, such as Gantt charts and operational plans
  • A passion for the environment and being part of the generation who will reverse the damaging effects of climate change

YOU’LL BE WORKING ON THINGS LIKE:

  • Overseeing project logistics and making sure everything is launched effectively and that all possible situations where things could go wrong are addressed and have a proper plan in place to fix them
  • Maintaining day-to-day operations of the project once it is launched, such as coordinating deliveries, pick-ups, employee schedules and inventory levels
  • Communicating with external partners to ensure that the project is running smoothly

Marketing Expert

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Have a passion for being part of the movement that is trying to reverse the harmful effects of climate change and stop the human race from damaging the planet to the point of no return? Interested in working on a project that actively works to stop additional environmental damage, while at the same time stimulating economic activity and creating jobs in vulnerable communities? Interested in using technology to address some of the most pressing issues of our time?

Then you’re in luck! Check out positions for Enactus uOttawa’s brand-new environmental project. More details will be provided should you be selected for an interview.

YOU’LL NEED: 

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Detailed and organized
  • A love of coming up with creative ways to market and sell products
  • A desire to learn everything there is to know about marketing and put it into practice

IT’D BE GREAT IF YOU HAVE: 

  • Experience working in a marketing field, particularly in the B2B market, non-profit space or the consumer product market
  • A creative mind and willingness to push the boundaries when it comes to marketing
  • Experience with programs such as Photoshop, Premiere, Illustrator, etc, or at least a willingness to learn
  • A passion for the environment and being part of the generation who will reverse the damaging effects of climate change

YOU’LL BE WORKING ON THINGS LIKE:

  • Creating and implementing marketing plans
  • Coming up with branding strategies and deciding on key brand aspects, like messaging and tone
  • Creating marketing and promotional materials which can include, but are not limited to, social media posts, videos, ads, posters, labels, logos and information packages

Expansion Officer

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Have a passion for being part of the movement that is trying to reverse the harmful effects of climate change and stop the human race from damaging the planet to the point of no return? Interested in working on a project that actively works to stop additional environmental damage, while at the same time stimulating economic activity and creating jobs in vulnerable communities? Interested in using technology to address some of the most pressing issues of our time?

Then you’re in luck! Check out positions for Enactus uOttawa’s brand-new environmental project. More details will be provided should you be selected for an interview.

YOU’LL NEED: 

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Detailed and organized
  • Have a willingness to talk to new people and understand their needs, especially if they are from a community with a high population of at-risk individuals
  • Enjoy reaching out to many people and juggling many relationships at once, while responding promptly and effectively 

IT’D BE GREAT IF YOU HAVE: 

  • Experience working with people who are in different cities
  • An understanding of vulnerable communities in Canada, or at least a willingness to learn
  • A passion for the environment and being part of the generation who will reverse the damaging effects of climate change

YOU’LL BE WORKING ON THINGS LIKE:

  • Discovering new communities where we can expand our project to
  • Liaising with project representatives in other cities to help them get their project off the ground
  • Assisting new partners in performing a needs assessment and tailoring the project to their community
  • Helping Canadian communities most affected by the effects of climate change

Industrial Designer

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Have a passion for being part of the movement that is trying to reverse the harmful effects of climate change and stop the human race from damaging the planet to the point of no return? Interested in working on a project that actively works to stop additional environmental damage, while at the same time stimulating economic activity and creating jobs in vulnerable communities? Interested in using technology to address some of the most pressing issues of our time?

Then you’re in luck! Check out positions for Enactus uOttawa’s brand-new environmental project. More details will be provided should you be selected for an interview.

YOU'LL NEED:

  • Have excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Have knowledge in 3D and/or 2D design
  • Have a detailed and organized approach to work
  • 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

  • Previous experience of CAD software
  • Knowledge in fabrication and production methods
  • Interest in green technology
  • A great attitude and willingness to learn

YOU'LL BE WORKING ON THINGS LIKE:

  • Interpreting blueprints
  • Designing various models
  • Researching new technological developments
  • Constructing prototypes
  • Testing and optimizing designs

Technical Officer

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Have a passion for being part of the movement that is trying to reverse the harmful effects of climate change and stop the human race from damaging the planet to the point of no return? Interested in working on a project that actively works to stop additional environmental damage, while at the same time stimulating economic activity and creating jobs in vulnerable communities? Interested in using technology to address some of the most pressing issues of our time?

Then you’re in luck! Check out positions for Enactus uOttawa’s brand-new environmental project. More details will be provided should you be selected for an interview.

YOU’LL NEED: 

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Detailed and organized
  • Have an understanding of power tools and 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.)

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

Presentations Lead

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YOU’LL NEED TO: 

  • Have excellent oral communication skills
  • Be very organized and resourceful
  • Be able to work independently with little direction

IT’D BE GREAT IF YOU HAVE:

  • Experience working with youth/students
  • Experience providing workshops or presentations
  • An interest in youth development

TASKS YOU WOULD DO:

  • Develop academic content relating to business functions, including relevant activities (and possibly workbooks/activity sheets/handouts)
  • Provide weekly presentations on a variety of different topics

Marketing & Creative Director

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YOU’LL NEED TO:

  • Have excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Be organized and detail-oriented

IT’D BE GREAT IF YOU HAVE:

  • Marketing and/or design experience
  • Interest in working with youth

TASKS YOU WOULD DO:

  • Creating marketing plans/campaigns to advertise events that Project FLY runs (fundraisers, Perfect Pitch)
  • Help with the re-vamp of the Project FLY website

Marketing & Growth Coordinator

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Legacy Hacks is the Legacy Conference’s first MLH-backed Hackathon taking place this coming Spring. It will be a gathering of intellect, creativity and innovation where Computer Science students from all over Ontario come together to solve company sponsored challenges, develop solutions to everyday problems and meet like-minded individuals. 

You’re going to be on the founding team of Legacy Hacks, so there’s going to be a ton of cool things to work on - plus you’re going to be working alongside some of uOttawa’s finest to make it happen. 

Interested in joining the team working to make this happen?


YOU'LL NEED TO:

  • Have Marketing and/or design experience
  • Have excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Be a social butterfly
  • Understand the importance of accuracy and precision
  • Be an engaging team member

IT'D BE GREAT IF YOU HAVE:

  • Photoshop experience
  • Experience working in tech
  • An active social media presence

YOU'LL BE WORKING ON THINGS LIKE:

  • Organizing, creating and delivering our social media campaigns throughout the year
  • Developing new content that would draw attention to the Hackathon
  • Working along side Legacy Conference’s Marketing Co-ordinator to ensure mutual understanding on content style
  • Strategizing new methods to grow impressions and overall reach of campaigns

Finance Officer

YOU'LL NEED TO:

  • Be resourceful, organized, and highly motivated
  • Have strong attention to detail
  • Be process orientated
  • Ability to work in a dynamic, fast paced team environment and to adapt quickly to changing priorities
  • Ability to deal professionally with internal and external stakeholders

IT'D BE GREAT IF YOU HAVE:

  • Experience with Excel
  • Experience with QuickBooks
  • Experience making budgets
  • Experience reading and interpreting financial statements
  • Strong communication skills

YOU'LL BE WORKING ON THINGS LIKE:

  • Processing all A/P and A/R needs for internal and external clients
  • Providing support and preparing quarterly audits
  • Preparing budgets and financial reports when they are required or requested by a project/event or in a funding application (grant)
  • Conduct variance analysis on budgets/financial reports post events/projects
  • Provide consulting services to Project Managers and Directors – helping them stay on track with their budget
  • Provide ad-hoc support to the Director of Finance Operations and the VP Finance
  • **Duties are not limited to above tasks as different needs arise within reasonable measures

Interview Deliverable:

  • Prepare a mock budget of an event or project of your choice. Be prepared to walk us through the process of how you built your budget in the interview.

Logistics Coordinator

Our External team is the driving force behind the scene that enables our projects and team through; securing funding through grants/proposals, developing new relationships with potential business advisors, and operating small for-profit businesses. We’re a group of scrappy, highly driven, performance focused individuals who ensure that the rest of our team has all the resources that they need in order to help make our community a better place.

The External team's goals this year include:

1. Developing a competition fund to help our team pay for the 3 major competitions we attend every school year.

2. Securing at least one community partner for every single one of our projects, and VP teams.

3. Launch a minimum of 3 new ventures. These are the small businesses that our team operates year-round in order to help fund all of our endeavours

As Logistics Coordinator, you will be responsible for planning multiple recruitment events over the course of the school year. You will be managing relationships with our sponsors and partners to ensure that each event exceeds their expectations. In addition, you will be responsible for assisting the rest of the external team coordinate our other initiatives including: coordinating venture’s products, and helping our grant writers/business development team members further their relationships and ideas.

This role is perfect for someone that enjoys coordinating events. is highly organized and dependable and is motivated by fundraising for charity.

YOU’LL NEED TO:

  • Be able to work on multiple projects on the go
  • Be able to dream big and take on challenges
  • Be driven by exceeding expectations whether you’re motivated by raising money for our community projects or you’re doing it for the relationship management/logistics experience

IT’D BE GREAT IF YOU HAVE:

  • Event planning experience
  • A strong network of business professionals
  • A high attention to detail

YOU’LL BE WORKING ON THINGS LIKE:

  • Planning recruitment or other events
  • Finding new opportunities for existing projects
  • Driving community engagement
  • Coordinating collaboration between all of our external team’s members.

Interview Deliverable:

Come prepared with a breakdown of a recruitment event you would plan for a community partner. We will need a schedule, and general outline of what will go on at the event (pretend you’re providing this information to the company sponsoring the event). Please prepare 3 possible problems you anticipate running in to, and be able to explain how you would overcome them.

Venture Operations

Our External team is the driving force behind the scene that enables our projects and team through; securing funding through grants/proposals, developing new relationships with potential business advisors, and operating small for-profit businesses. We’re a group of scrappy, highly driven, performance focused individuals who ensure that the rest of our team has all the resources that they need in order to help make our community a better place.

The External team's goals this year include:

  1. Developing a competition fund to help our team pay for the 3 major competitions we attend every school year.
  2. Securing at least one community partner for every single one of our projects, and VP teams.
  3. Launch a minimum of 3 new ventures. These are the small businesses that our team operates year-round in order to help fund all of our endeavours

The Ventures Director will be responsible for developing, launching, and helping manage new revenue-generating micro-businesses (similar to Impress, www.getbusinesscards.ca) that will raise funds for Enactus activities. This person will launch a number of new revenue-generating activities, and automate them to run without much input.

This role is perfect for someone that is motivated by sales and has a driven attitude, and/or for someone that is motivated by fundraising for charity.

YOU’LL NEED TO:

  • Have a strong business mindset
  • Be able to work on multiple projects on the go
  • Be entrepreneurially-minded and want to launch new small businesses
  • Be able to dream big and take on challenges
  • Be driven by increasing sales and generating cashflow, whether you’re motivated by raising money for our community projects or you’re doing it for the sales experience

IT’D BE GREAT IF YOU HAVE:

  • Sales experience
  • A strong network of business professionals
  • A degree of technological savviness

YOU’LL BE WORKING ON THINGS LIKE:

  • Running the Impress Business Cards micro-business (getbusinesscards.ca) to fund Enactus activities
  • Finding new opportunities for existing projects
  • Driving sales for Enactus projects like Sprout
  • Automating sales processes

Interview Deliverable:

Come prepared to pitch a new venture business idea to our team. We want to hear an idea you have, and how you think we should strategize to grow the business, and drive revenues. The business needs to maximize profit, while minimizing the amount of time we need to spend on it. 

Business Development

Our External team is the driving force behind the scene that enables our projects and team by; securing funding through grants/proposals, developing new relationships with potential business advisors, and operating small for-profit businesses. We’re a group of scrappy, highly driven, performance focused individuals who ensure that the rest of our team has all the resources that they need in order to help make our community a better place.

The External Team's goals this year include:

1. Developing a competition fund to help our team pay for the 3 major competitions we attend every school year.

2. Securing at least one advisor for every single one of our projects, and VP teams.

3. Launch a minimum of 3 new ventures. These are the small businesses that our team operates year-round in order to help fund all of our endeavours.

YOU’LL HAVE TO HAVE:

  • Initiative, and lots of it
  • A ‘win-win’ mentality to partnerships
  • An attention to detail
  • A never quit attitude, and the ability to take criticism and learn from it.

IT’D BE GREAT IF YOU HAVE:

  • Sales or business development experience
  • Experience with ‘cold reach outs’

YOU’LL BE DOING THINGS LIKE:

  • Developing and executing a partner strategy to drive partnerships with high-growth companies in Ottawa and other cities across Canada.
  • Engaging business advisors and getting them excited about Enactus
  • Working with community partners to hold recruitment events with uOttawa students
  • Representing Enactus at partner and industry events

INTERVIEW DELIVERABLE

Come prepared to cold-call a ‘random’ business executive, and try to engage them to partner with our team – you’ll essentially be selling Enactus uOttawa.

Grants & Sponsorship – Bilingual

Our External Team is the driving force behind the scenes that enables the progress of our projects and team by; securing funding through grants/proposals, developing new relationships with potential business advisors, and operating small for-profit businesses. We’re a group of scrappy, highly driven, performance-focused individuals who ensure that the rest of our team has all the resources that they need in order to help make our community a better place.

The External team's goals this year include:

  1. Developing a competition fund to help our team pay for the 3 major competitions we attend every school year.
  2. Securing at least one advisor for every single one of our projects, and VP teams.
  3. Launch a minimum of 3 new ventures. These are the small businesses that our team operates year-round in order to help fund all of our endeavours.

YOU’LL HAVE TO HAVE:

  • Extreme attention to detail
  • High proficiency at business writing
  • Initiative, and lots of it
  • The ability to keep track of multiple projects at the same time while meeting deadlines
  • Fluent in both English and French

IT’D BE GREAT IF YOU HAVE:

  • Experience writing with business English/French
  • Experience completing numerous projects simultaneously
  • Experience with grants/proposal writing

YOU’LL BE DOING THINGS LIKE:

  • Writing proposals/grants to secure funding from sponsors/donors/organizations
  • Keeping a running list of all the grant deadlines and ensuring that none are missed
  • Editing and reviewing grants/proposals written by other Enactus team members

Store Success Officer

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 convenient stores, potentially identifying a franchise chain that would be interested in the project

YOU'LL NEED TO:

  • Have excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Have excellent interpersonal skills
  • Have strong organization and time management skills

IT'D BE GREAT IF YOU HAVE

  • Experience in customer service
  • Marketing experience
  • Pitching experience

YOU'LL BE WORKING ON THINGS LIKE

  • Communicating with stores to ensure satisfaction with our product
  • Developing pitches to attract potential clients
  • Developing franchising packages and tutorials for new clients

Community Relations Coordinator

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 convenient stores, potentially identifying a franchise chain that would be interested in the project

YOU'LL NEED TO:

  • Have excellent communication skills
  • Be able to lead sizeable groups effectively
  • Be able to manage your time according to deadlines

IT'D BE GREAT IF YOU HAVE:

  • Experience in event planning
  • Worked for or with community organizations in the past
  • Marketing Experience

YOU'LL BE DOING THINGS LIKE

  • Organizing community events such as store launch celebrations and community workshops
  • Developing a network of community partners to explore collaborative opportunities
  • Develop fundraising and awareness opportunities for new stores

Head of Operations

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 convenient stores, potentially identifying a franchise chain that would be interested in the project

You’ll need to:

  • Have excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Have great organizational skills

It’d be great if you have:

  • Interest in nutrition
  • The ability to lead a team
  • Experience working with POS systems

You’ll be working on things like:

  • Leading the development of our product offering; Deciding which products will be sold and in what quantities they will be stocked.
  • Integrating current POS system and ensuring products can be sold in-store (e.g. creating a unique UPC for each product)
  • Leading needs assessment, including surveys and focus groups, in the community
  • Seeking out partnerships with suppliers, distributors, resellers, and other community groups who could add value to the project.
  • Developing a client acquisition strategy.
  • Leading the development of a business case/white- paper on the value of the project to be use to seek out potential partners
  • Establishing an inventory tracking system, and for making projections on the inventory needs.

Business Development Coordinator

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 convenient stores, potentially identifying a franchise chain that would be interested in the project

You’ll need to:

  • Have excellent written and oral communication skills

  • Have a hustler attitude and a need to expand

  • Have great teamwork abilities

It’d be great if you have:

  • Interest in nutrition

  • Experience in external relations

You’ll be working on things like:

  • Working with our current partners to strengthen opportunities for growth

  • Writing fundraising applications and grant proposals to receive funding for the project

  • Being responsible for analyzing and comparing potential pilot participants to make an informed decision on the selected first pilot participant

  • Working closely with initial pilot participant(s) to build strong relationships and to ensure our current participants are satisfied

  • Being responsible for the measurement of performance of current partnerships and the communication of those results to current and potential partners.

  • Leading the research of new partnerships and seeks out new relationships with future partners

 

Marketing Strategy

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 convenient stores, potentially identifying a franchise chain that would be interested in the project

You’ll need to:

  • Have excellent written and oral communication skills

  • Have the ability to use Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, or open-source alternative

It’d be great if you have:

  • Interest in nutrition

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

You’ll be working on things like:

  • Events in the community to be used in order to increase visibility

  • 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 across various channels

  • Building relationships with media partners, including writing press releases and scheduling interviews with local media

Business Development

Legacy Hacks is the Legacy Conference’s first MLH-backed Hackathon taking place this coming Spring. It will be a gathering of intellect, creativity and innovation where Computer Science students from all over Ontario come together to solve company sponsored challenges, develop solutions to everyday problems and meet like-minded individuals. 

You’re going to be on the founding team of Legacy Hacks, so there’s going to be a ton of cool things to work on - plus you’re going to be working alongside some of uOttawa’s finest to make it happen. 

Interested in joining the team working to make this happen? 


You'll have to:

  • 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 will need to:

  • 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 don