Our client has an opportunity for an experienced Project Control Officer for an 8-month contract starting immediately. The successful candidate will not only have the opportunity to gain valuable experience at a top 5 Canadian bank, but the candidate also will be able to represent the bank and be the external face – meeting with charities, organizations, etc and represent the bank's philanthropy.
Key Skills for Project Control Officer:
- Knowledge project management, corporate social responsibility and the nonprofit landscape is considered an asset
- Experience working in a financial related institution and former experience working with or for nonprofit organizations is considered an asset
- Experience within a large, complex, dynamic global organization is considered an asset
- Confident communicator with experience interacting with diverse stakeholders including Bank Executives and Charitable Partners
- Self-starter that actively engages issues seeking resolution, ability to meet dynamic changes on prioritization
- Excellent communications skills to coordinate with high ranking individuals internally and externally
- A fast, adaptable learner who can hit the ground running
- Ability to work well under pressure while demonstrating strong professionalism
- The strong investigation, prioritization, and organization skills
- The candidate must have an open mind when it comes to approaching, and be able to assess each situation separately
- Must be able to collaborate closely with a team at times, while also being capable of holding themselves accountable to meet individual deadlines without hand holding
Degrees or certifications:
- Postsecondary degree or diploma
- Any PMP certifications would be great but not required
As the Project Control Officer, you will be responsible for:
- Strategically evaluates and assesses Community Partnerships globally to deliver social, employee and business impact in the communities we serve.
- Supports the development of a comprehensive Community Partnerships’ portfolio to identify, engage and leverage partnerships in the arts, sports and hospital sectors that amplify the Bank’s strategic focus and objectives
- Provides insight and research support on the evaluation and assessment of all partnerships
- Stewardship & Engagement
- Manages relationships with internal and external stakeholders to execute end to end delivery of programs within the Community Partnerships portfolio
- Collaborates with internal and external partners to develop a communications strategy and tactics to amplify the portfolio.
- Oversight and activation of the marketing/communications calendar of activity for external and internal audiences
- Assesses the needs of internal departments to ensure that the Bank proactively engages with aligned Community Partnerships
- Champions a client-focused culture to deepen Community Partnership collaborations and leverage broader Bank relationships, systems and knowledge.
- Represents Scotiabank and/or prepares executives to represent the Bank at events hosted by affiliated Community Partners
- Supports putting together the necessary documentation in relation to the Donations Chair and Community Investment Committee
- Manages the gala and membership tracking and fulfillment
- Onboarding and communications/marketing for select partners i.e., announcements, marketing material, impact reporting
- Assists with tracking and management of the Community Partnerships budget and other administrative documentation to process donations
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Eagle is an equal opportunity employer and will provide accommodations during the recruitment process upon request. We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only candidates under consideration will be contacted. Please note that your application does not signify the beginning of employment with Eagle and that employment with Eagle will only commence when placed on an assignment as a temporary employee of Eagle.