Author: IABC Manitoba

Digital Marketing Strategist- ChangeMakers, Winnipeg

Employment type: full time Seniority level: Associate Education: Diploma or Certificate Send your resume to: Application deadline: April 30, 2018   We’re looking to add to our expanding digital team! Our Digital Marketing Strategist is a detail-oriented, efficient and social person, talented in spreading important news on digital platforms and staying on top of online trends. As the Digital Marketing Strategist you will be responsible for developing and executing digital marketing and social media strategies, and assisting with web-related projects such as small site builds, content management and analytics reporting.   Responsibilities: Develop and execute digital marketing strategies that span various mediums including social media, display advertising, email and website/online Deliver consistent messaging across traditional, digital and social media, understanding the nuances, trends and best practices in each Liaise with creative and client service team members on integration of digital communications into project and campaign strategies Write engaging website copy Write social media copy tailored to each platform and audience Craft engaging social media advertising copy and deploy advertising campaigns across platforms including (but not limited to) Facebook, Twitter and Instagram Evaluate social media, website and digital advertisements through analytic tools and develop evaluation reports Conduct website navigation and content audits Participate in creative brainstorming sessions Effectively communicate strategies, ideas and concepts to clients   General Qualifications: Social media savviness is a must – you consider yourself a...

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Communications Coordinator- College of Registered Nurses of Manitoba

Job title: Communications Coordinator Nature of job: Full-time, 3 month, Term position Salary: 24.90 per hour Application deadline: April 9, 2018   The Communications Coordinator contributes to communications activities and initiatives to achieve organizational goals. This is a full-time, three-month term position beginning in April 2018 with a salary of 24.90 per hour.   Reporting to the Manager of Communications, the scope of this position includes the following: plan, create, edit and coordinate a variety of communications materials including surveys, PowerPoint presentations, forms, promotional materials and fact sheets write articles for and coordinate content for our online blog write and coordinate the distribution of our monthly email newsletter update and maintain our website, intranet and social media platforms collaborate with other staff to plan and implement special events provide back-up reception coverage as needed perform other duties as assigned   You possess: a diploma or degree in communications (or are currently enrolled in the Creative Communications program) knowledge of best practices in communications for a variety of audiences experience planning, writing, editing, creating and formatting a wide variety of print and digital communication materials knowledge of Canadian Press style and readability/plain language principles excellent organizational skills and the ability to manage a number of tasks concurrently attention to detail excellent people skills and the ability to work as part of a team advanced Microsoft Office skills and knowledge of...

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Member of the Month- Jacqueline Jubinville

For Member of the Month, we asked Jacqueline Jubinville, a member of IABC Manitoba and Manager  of Communications with the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network (APTN), a series of quick questions. Here are her answers:      Q: What’s your name? A: Jacqueline Jubinville   Q: What is your area(s) of expertise? A: I believe I shine when I utilize my creativity, writing skills and ability to lead and connect with people. I work closely with management teams and the executive team here at APTN to shape the networks image and values, as well as find the appropriate methods to...

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Member Services Coordinator- Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters

Job Title: Member Services Coordinator Nature of Job: Permanent/full-time with company benefits and pension plans Closing Date: March 16, 2018   Is customer experience excellence in your wheelhouse? Are you a marketing or communications pro who is excited about the opportunity to work on a wide range of projects? Does the opportunity to help industry grow to create jobs and opportunities here in Manitoba motivate you? Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters is Canada’s oldest and largest industry-based trade association. CME Manitoba represents manufacturers and exporters across the province. Our mission is to help manufacturers grow.   Key Duties & Responsibilities: Integral member of the marketing team to bring fresh ideas and creativity; Meets with CME staff, Board Members, committees, members, prospects and other stakeholders to determine priorities and how to continuously improve all events, training and marketing initiatives to drive membership and increase engagement; Support membership initiatives to attract, engage, retain and grow CME membership; Provide writing and editing support for a team of subject matter experts across a range of communication materials; including eBlasts, blogs, social media and monthly newsletters; Maintain website copy, content and functionality; Create and maintain marketing collateral and promotional materials for various marketing initiatives and business development activities (e.g. email marketing, website, social media,presentation, print). Provide marketing support for tradeshow participation, on-site special events, business-unit led events, meetings and more; ensuring overall marketing strategy is...

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Member of the Month- Kristin Hancock

For Member of the Month, we asked Kristin Hancock, a member of IABC Manitoba and Manager Communications with College of Registered Nurses of Manitoba, a series of quick questions. Here are her answers:   What is your area(s) of expertise? A: I’m passionate about anything that develops people and builds leaders.   Q: What advice would you give to someone who is just starting out in communications? A: Don’t wait for someone else to invest in your career. Own your path.   Q: What’s your worst comms nightmare and has it ever come true? A: I still get nervous every time I send something to print. A few years ago my organization went through a re-brand and when we printed the first issue of our magazine it was published with a small typo. I swear there were dozens of sets of eyes on the proof and we ALL missed it!   Q: If you could have 1, single-use mulligan (a do-over) for anything in your comms career what would you redo and make it better? A: In hindsight, I wish I had spent some time working at an agency. I think it would have been valuable experience and given me a better perspective on what it’s like dealing with multiple clients at any given time.   Q: What qualities do you think are essential to be a successful communicator?...

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