Position: Northern Follow-up Coordinator
Organization: Canadian Beverage Container Recycling Association (CBCRA)
Location: Northern Manitoba (Churchill, Flin Flon, Grand Rapids, The Pas, Thompson...)
Founded in 2010, the Canadian Beverage Container Recycling Association (CBCRA) is a not-for-profit, industry-funded organization whose membership includes beverage brand owners and distributors. CBCRA is committed to reaching the government-mandated target of recovering 75% of beverage containers sold in Manitoba.
CBCRA implemented and operates the Recycle Everywhere program. Recycle Everywhere strives to educate Manitobans on beverage container recycling, and ensure that it is convenient to recycle empty beverage containers no matter where citizens live, work or play.
Job title: Northern Follow-up Coordinator
Time frame: part-time starting in January 2018
Reporting: The Northern Follow-up Coordinator reports directly to the Program Manager. With special projects the Coordinator will also provide secondary reporting updates to project leads where applicable according to the strategic plan.
Roles & Responsibilities
Improve existing away-from-home beverage container recycling initiatives throughout Northern Manitoba through direct partner follow-up.
Contact past partners to verify contact information, Recycle Everywhere bin counts, and schedule site visits.
Conduct site visits to assess recycling bins or related infrastructure needs, and educate on beverage container recycling best practices.
Conduct school presentations to educate students on beverage container recycling and its importance through promotion of the Recycle Everywhere 101 schools program.
Assist in development of follow-up tools and resources.
Assist in developing contact lists for targeted mail-outs.
Assist with the processing of new Recycle Everywhere bin agreements.
Participate in key northern tradeshows and events.
Other duties as assigned.
Resides in Northern Manitoba
Self-starter with strong oral and written communication abilities
Demonstrates robust organizational skills and attention to detail
Proven customer service, business development, and/or sales experience
Possess a results driven attitude
Possess a degree in the environmental field or related
Adaptable and experienced with changing priorities, new projects and meeting tight deadlines
Must be able to work with - and contribute to - a team-oriented environment while also maintaining individual work capabilities
Comfortable with working from home office/remotely
Able to perform the physical duties of the job
Willing to travel throughout Manitoba for work
Possess a valid Class 5 driver’s license with access to a vehicle
Knowledge of the waste management industry in Manitoba
Clear Criminal Record & Child Abuse Registry Checks
Interested applicants may send their resume and cover letter noting how they meet the position requirements to:
Christa Rust, Program Manager
705-281 McDermot Avenue, Winnipeg R3B 0S9
Posting closes Jan 19th 2018.
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GoodWork ID: 43601 Date posted to GoodWork.ca: Jan 11 2018