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Position: Program Operations – Assistant Manager
Organization: Hollyhock
Location: Cortes Island, BC

Hours: Full-time (estimated 30-38 hours per week), Seasonal (April – October)
Wage: $20-$22 / hour

We're looking for a talented team-player/leader to join the Program Operations team for our 2019 Hollyhock Program Season.

You'll work behind-the-scenes on this gorgeous Cortes Island campus to turn our mission into reality; helping us ACTIVATE established leaders, SUPPORT emerging leaders and EMPOWER everyday leaders to develop inner skills for outer impact.

Program Operations Assistant Manager - Full-time, Seasonal (April-October)

The Program Operations Assistant Manager (POAM) works with the Program Operations Manager (POM) to ensure the the smooth on-site operations of ALL aspects of the Hollyhock Program Department throughout the 7 day-a-week program season.


Head over to our website for full job details (and to check out our stellar lineup of programs and conferences).

Contact me for any questions.

See you this summer,

Darcy Modin
Program Operations Manager | 250-935-6576 x 239

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Current status: Open/apply now.   Date posted: Feb 11 2019    ID: 51203