The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) is a national Indigenous, non-partisan association. Our mission is to promote, strengthen and enhance a prosperous Indigenous economy through the fostering of business relationships, opportunities, and awareness.
The primary role of the TFAB Coordinator will support the Manager of Entrepreneurship and the department. The individual in this role will be responsible for coordinating the day-to-day administrative aspects of the program. CCAB is looking for a Coordinator to help support engagement and retention, through performing job duties as outlined below.
TFAB provides practical tools, training and networks to help our members grow their business.
Its easy to access online portal provides Aboriginal entrepreneurs with practical business tools, expertise, training, and networks enabling these entrepreneurs to strengthen and grow their businesses. Through TFAB, Aboriginal businesses, entrepreneurs, and communities have access to:
- A growing library of practical business tools and resources
- Interactive business skills development podcasts
- A growing catalogue of previous TFAB podcasts – NEW –
- Access to Aboriginal business networking events held in cities across Canada
CCAB developed TFAB in response to insights gained from our research into the key needs and challenges Aboriginal entrepreneurs face when starting or growing their businesses. To support this growing Indigenous economy, TFAB has transformed into an important resource for Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal businesses striving for mutual success across Canada.
- TFAB event planning and coordination
- Collaborate with marketing team
- promote TFAB program and events
- Address inbound enquiries via the TFAB Market place
- Customer service and stakeholder management of TFAB
- Update TFAB website content
- Develop TFAB marketing materials, presentations, and reports
- Track program budget expenditures
- Maintain programs database, content and customer management systems
Skills & Work Experience
- Post-secondary diploma/degree or 2 years relevant work experience
- Minimum one to two years of relevant experience
- Strong planning and organizational skills
- Excellent written and verbal communication
- Exceptional customer service and stakeholder management
- High proficiency with Microsoft Office, particularly Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint and Word as well as excellent computer skills
- An understanding of website development and graphic design skills using adobe photoshop.
- Effective interpersonal skills and a collaborative working style
- Previous knowledge or experience with content management systems is preferred
- Experience with entrepreneurship programs is an asset
- Good judgement, discretion, tact and the ability to work easily with senior leaders within the charitable, government, and business sectors
- Ability to work independently without close supervision
- Established connections within the Aboriginal business community, corporate Canada and Government is an asset
This is a full time position with hours from 9am – 5 pm, Monday through Friday.
Those qualified are asked to submit a cover letter with a resume, outlining experience and suitability for the position to email@example.com. The posting will remain open until filled.
We encourage applications from qualified First Nations, Inuit and Métis people and all others interested in the position.
Information regarding CCAB is available at www.ccab.com
We thank all applicants in advance however only those invited to be interviewed will be contacted. Please no telephone calls.