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Mount Saint Vincent University  || Full Time Academic Positions

Inspired by a strong tradition of social responsibility and an enduring commitment to the advancement of women, Mount Saint Vincent University promotes academic excellence and the pursuit of knowledge through scholarship and teaching of the highest quality. Recognized as a leader in flexible education, applied research, and a personalized approach to education, Mount Saint Vincent University (the Mount) is located on Canada’s East Coast in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The Mount sits on a beautiful wooded property overlooking a picturesque harbor. It is our blend of passion and individuality that attracts outstanding faculty, staff and students from around the world.

Mount Saint Vincent University is seeking candidates for full-time faculty appointments for the positions listed below. Workload for tenure-track (probationary) faculty positions includes teaching, research, and collegial service. Workload for term faculty positions, senior administrative positions, and special research positions are in accordance with the posted position.

Salary and benefits are in accordance with the specifics of the appointment and the requirements of the current Collective Agreement where applicable.

All positions are subject to final budgetary approval.

Labratory Instruction I, Department of Business and Tourism and Hospitality Management


Position Profile: Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21

The Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 is committed to having a skilled, diversified workforce reflective of Canadian Society. Applications are invited from all qualified candidates, including Indigenous, women, people of any sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression, visible minorities, racialized people, and people with disabilities. The Museum is committed to developing inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environment. Alternative selection tool methods and/or reasonable accommodation are available upon request.

TITLE: Facility Rentals Coordinator
DEPARTMENT: Revenue Generation
REPORTS TO: Facility Rentals Manager
CLOSING DATE: 11:59 pm ADT on Sunday, September 11, 2022

Purpose of Position

Reporting to the Facility Rentals Manager, the Facility Rentals Coordinator is responsible for final coordination and onsite servicing of clients who have rented the Museum for special events including meetings, weddings, and banquet/reception activity. This position also contributes to revenue goals through assisting with sales of rental space and is the primary sales contact for the wedding market.

Essential Position Functions
Principal Accountabilities

Operations & Financial Management:
• Executes onsite events in partnership with the Museum’s exclusive caterer as main Museum liaison for clients and third-party suppliers (audiovisual, décor, entertainment etc.)
• Responsible for ensuring all event details / set-up requirements as outlined in contract are confirmed and fulfilled
• Communicates event details to internal and external stakeholders through a parking and delivery document
• Leads client surveys/feedback program
• Responds to inquiries from existing and prospective clients pertaining to rental space
• Provides proposal/quote for facility rental space and confirms availability/holds for potential bookings
• Conducts site inspections and follows-up with clients to confirm bookings; this includes preparing and processing of contracts, invoicing and final event details  
• Contributes to the profitability of Pier 21 through a flexible, creative approach to maximizing revenues, within the facility rentals department and through cross promotion of other Museum services
• Administration duties
• Other duties as required

Marketing, Communication:
• Responsible for taking photos of various event set-ups and ensures photo library is updated in revenue generation folder for marketing and sales purposes

Facilities Management:
• Works in conjunction with the Facility Manager and Facility Coordinator on security, cleaning, space and set-up needs for events
• Responsible for proper shut down of exhibition spaces following an afterhours event & arming and securing office space

Human Resource Management:
• Responsible for reporting Heritage Interpreter and volunteer hours worked for department to Interpretation & Visitor Experience Coordinator & Volunteer Manager for payroll and record keeping
• Provides need for facility rentals shifts for Heritage Interpreters & Volunteers to the Interpretation & Visitor Experience Coordinator and Volunteer Manager
• Responsible for creating briefing documents and communicating needs & supervising Heritage Interpreter Staff and Volunteers during rental events
• Monitors cleaner and security guard during events
• Assist with training of Junior Event Coordinator position

Risk Management:
• Reports all legal issues as pertaining to Facility Rentals contracts to the Facility Rentals Manager
• Understands and mitigates risk within the Facility Rentals department
• Completes incident reports pertaining to onsite event activity and reports incidents to Facility Rentals Manager and Security
• Works in conjunction with Facility Rentals team as onsite emergency decision maker/problem solver during afterhours events 

For more details check out the Pier 21 website


Manager, Events

Revenue Development | Location: Halifax

The Opportunity:

Reporting to the Executive Director, Atlantic Region and working as part of the nationwide revenue development team, this senior fundraising professional plays an integral role in the organization’s growth through engagement of key donors in support of our annual events, such as Move Your Way; the Atlantic’s Celebrity Roast event; and annual cultivation initiatives. The Manager, Events establishes the gold standard in relationship building from prospecting, to solicitation, to stewardship. As staff lead for signature events, the Manager effectively develops critical paths and manages all event committees. The Manager is responsible for creating all event strategies that meet annual fundraising targets and cultivates new and existing event donors and friends, with gross fundraising goals for signature events and partnership programs in excess of $600,000 per year. The Manager brings exceptional maturity, poise, and respect to every circumstance of event in the giving cycle.

As an essential member of the development team, the Manager will help to implement and deliver Arthritis Society Canada’s five (5)-year strategic revenue goals across Atlantic Canada, and nationwide.

Key accountabilities will include:

  • Develops and implements annual development plan and budgets for signature events such as the annual Celebrity Roast and Move your Way national program as well as third-party events.
  • Attends and manages all event planning committee meetings to support the chairs, vice chairs and committee members, as a committee lead and liaison.
  • Creates and manages revenue and expense budgets for each signature event, with regular updates to the Executive Director.  
  • Develops and/or oversees the development of all gift-in-kind (GIK) sponsorship proposals, GIK solicitation letters, ticket letters, event supplier letters and back-up materials for all prospective suppliers, and GIK donors.

Required Skills & Experience:

  • Five (5) years of progressive events experience, gained from a similar fundraising environment.
  • Post-secondary education in events, fundraising, business, or a related field.
  • Demonstrated ability to deliver outstanding service and an exceptional events experience to donors and friends of an organization.
  • Driven, energetic, self-motivated, results-oriented events professional, with passion for innovative and spectacular events experiences.
  • Demonstrated ability to manage multiple logistical priorities.
  • Ability to use discretion, judgment and tact when trouble shooting and in handling highly sensitive, confidential information.
  • Strong interpersonal skills, with the ability to work in a collaborative style with local and nationwide colleagues and stakeholders, both in-person and remotely.
  • Exceptional written, oral and presentation skills. Bilingual (English and French) language skills an asset.
  • Strong level of comfort and experience with donor databases (Raiser’s Edge experience preferred) and Microsoft Office.
  • AFP membership in good standing an asset.

If you are interested in, and qualified for, this exciting opportunity, please submit a cover letter and resume to hr@arthritis.ca by September 30, 2022. We thank all applicants for their expression of interest, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.


Arthritis Society Canada is creating an organization that is an exceptional place to work and volunteer. You are encouraged to visit our official careers site at www.arthritis.ca/careers where you can view all our current job opportunities across Canada, and learn more about why you should join our team to help extinguish arthritis for good!

Job Posting: Manager, Events