Communications and Resource Development Coordinator – COMMUNITY SUPPORT CONNECTIONS

Working with the Director, Revenue Development, the Communications and Resource Development Coordinator (CRDC) contributes to the mission of Community Support Connections by developing and distributing both internal and external communication materials to increase public awareness of the agency; complements the agency’s fundraising and appreciation events and initiatives, and supports communications projects across the agency. This involves building relationships with community partners and stakeholders and assisting with coordinating fundraising and appreciation events, directing content and preparing communication materials and grant applications, performing research, attending conferences and workshops, and other communications duties. Salary:  $22.71 / hour

Posted On:  August 11, 2023

Closing On:  August 25, 2023

Location:  Breslau, Ontario

Employment Type:  Full Time

Level:  Intermediate

Estimated Start Date:  September 18, 2023

Salary:  $22.71 / hour


At Community Support Connections, we wake up each morning energized about the difference we make in the lives of our clients; people who could be your parents, grandparents, friends, or neighbours. Working with hundreds of amazing volunteers, donors, and community partners, we provide a wide range of community supports for older adults and people with different abilities to help them live at home with independence and dignity – something we all deserve. We are truly caring and client-centered, and are constantly innovating; looking for new and better ways to provide the best care and supports possible.

Passion and commitment permeate everything we do. Driven by our values, we treat our clients, volunteers, donors, and each other, with dignity and respect. We recognize that diversity is the foundation for understanding the needs of our stakeholders. We believe the best way to serve our clients and volunteers is to create an environment and culture that empowers our staff to be as productive and happy as possible.

That includes:

If what we do resonates with your core values, then we want to hear from you!

Who You Are: Our ideal candidate works independently with minimal support, is nimble, and brings creativity and fun to their work. You get excited about hearing and sharing our client, volunteer, and donor stories to inspire others to get involved. You love to take a project from concept to publication. You are organized, able to multitask and prioritize in an environment where we plan ahead but things always come up. You stay on top of regular duties, seeing projects through to completion with minimal support, and lead agency communications by identifying opportunities and suggesting solutions and new ways to reach our audiences. You find new ways for us to connect to our audiences based on your research and best practices. You are an internal and external communications champion, a strong advocate for organizational culture and values, and committed to working collaboratively with all staff and teams. You are passionate about making positive change in our community, love working as part of a responsive and ever-changing team, excited about supporting the older adult community and happy to go ‘above and beyond’.



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Application Information

Please submit your resume and cover letter highlighting the unique attributes you bring to the position by noon on August 25, 2023.

Pamela Polfuss-Schmidt –

We are happy to accommodate the needs of qualified applicants in all parts of the recruitment and assessment process in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). If you are contacted for an interview and anticipate needing accommodations for any part of the recruitment process, please let us know in advance how to best meet your needs.

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