The Nuclear Innovation Institute is currently looking for a full-time Program Coordinator to join our team. Read on for details and apply by end of day on Friday, September 22 if you're interested.
Job Title: Program Coordinator
Organization: Nuclear Innovation Institute
Job location: 620 Tomlinson Drive, Port Elgin. Some offsite work may be required including attending events and meetings throughout the Bruce-Grey-Huron region.
Duration: 18-month contract
Hours: Full time (35 hours per week)
Wage: Up to $50,000 annually
Reports to: Director, Policy and Partnerships
18-month contract to support partnership programs at NII, including the Bruce Power Centre for New Nuclear & Net Zero Partnerships, and Clean Energy Frontier program, and administrative support for the Director and Chief Operating Officer
The Program Coordinator is responsible for assisting the Director and Program Specialist with the delivery of the New Nuclear & Net Zero Partnership program and the Clean Energy Frontier program.
This role will: implement marketing tactics; coordinate in-person and virtual events; coordinate video and digital advertising campaigns; create content to support the promotion of partnership programs and program outcomes.
Additionally, the Program Coordinator will be asked to provide administrative support to the Director and Chief Operating Officer, including but not limited to: responding to inquiries, supporting meeting preparation and other duties.
The Program Coordinator may be asked to advance research and communication initiatives regarding clean energy, new nuclear technologies and net zero initiatives.
1) Program administration
Communicate and manage overall event booking and coordination with community partners on upcoming initiatives and events including roundtable discussions, meetings and an annual Summit event.
2) Marketing and advertising
Draft content for video scripts, publications, web presence, blog posts, and other
Coordinate implementation of marketing tactics to include billboards, videos, print publications, and other pieces as required
Advance marketing initiatives to promote public-facing reports
Develop content for social media postings, in partnership with NII communication professionals
Draft news release content in partnership with team members
Coordinate meaningful public engagement opportunities in partnership with NII communications professionals and team members
4) Research & content development
Advance research to support publications, blog posts, presentations, other
Build connections in the clean energy sector to source information from key partners
Key skills required for the role:
Strong organizational skills
Strong written and oral communications skills
Good interpersonal skills
Self starter, forward thinking and proactive
Ability to identify potential and drive initiatives forward
Education/specialized training and skills:
Minimum 2 years of post-secondary education in business, marketing, public policy, communications, event planning, or relevant study
Marketing, communication, community engagement and research experience is considered an asset
Your application should include the following:
Submit this by email by end of day Friday, September 22, 2023 to:
Director, Policy and Partnerships
About the Nuclear Innovation Institute:
The Nuclear Innovation Institute (NII) is an independent, not-for-profit organization that provides a platform to accelerate innovation and the implementation of business relevant solutions for the nuclear industry. NII’s goal is to shape a Canadian nuclear industry that embraces new thinking, new technologies and new lines of business that can drive the global shift to a low-carbon future.