Graphic Designer

On March 23rd and 24th, 2018, the Legacy Conference will bring together over 600 entrepreneurially-minded students in Ottawa. In collaboration with high-growth startup companies and top-tier speakers, Legacy is the only event in Canada dedicated to hosting the nation’s top student entrepreneurs. Over the course of two days, we will host keynotes delivered by entrepreneurs and industry pioneers, expert panel discussion, a hackathon, a startup exposition showcasing some of the nation’s hottest startups, and interactive workshops for startups and attendees.

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 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:

 

  • Take control of creating designs from everything (ranging from website to name tags) like this:

 

  • 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

  • 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

 

Marketing Strategist

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 Be:

  • 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.

  • Churning out tons of content for our emails and social media channels

It’d Be Great If You Also Have:

  • A “get shit done” attitude

  • A genuine curiosity and excitement to convey Legacy’s voice to 12,000 young entrepreneurs.

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

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’ll Be:

  • Doing research, research, and more research.

  • Part of a team of relationship builders

  • Building valuable relationships with all our speakers

  • Identifying potential speakers who would bring the best content, and doing reach outs.

  • Contributing to the overall strategy and growth of the Legacy Conference

You Need To:

  • Passion for building amazing relationships

  • The ability to thrive in a constantly changing environment

  • The desire to have an impact and make a difference

  • A love to connect and reach out to inspiring big names

  • The need to get dirty (think no sleep) and get things done

Operations Lead

At Legacy, we care deeply about how smooth our event runs. In this role, you will support the operation of our conference space and inform on its execution. This same candidate will thrive on assisting the team in bringing the conference to life.


You'll have to:

  • Be extremely organized with great prioritization skills

  • Value dynamic workspaces that have a strong impact on our culture

  • Enjoy the research of just about everything — we like to innovate and do things differently

  • Use metrics and data to inform design decisions

  • Liaise and effectively coordinate with entire project team — from booking venue space to planning the agenda

  • Have a love for lean processes and problem-solving

  • Enjoy working in a ridiculously fast-paced environment

  • Thrive on change and be comfortable with doing things unconventionally

  • An ability to “wear many hats” to get the job done

It'd be great if you have:

  • Experience in Facilities Operations

  • Passion for making ideas come to life