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Internet communications manager - Canadian Apparel Federation (summer position)

This is a Temporary, Full-time position.

Category: Design
Province: Ottawa, ON, Ontario
Position: Internet communications manager
Deadline: June 3, 2022
Posted: May 18, 2022

Job Description / Duties

The Communications Assistant in close collaboration with ther CAF staff on a number of digital communications projects.


The employee would be handling writing, layout, and delivery. Tasks related to this publication include:
creation within MailChimp platform including layout, design, research and coordination with other services.
Identify/locate logos/associated digital assets for publication
Ensure maximum leverage of all digital resources
Monitor delivery

update content for
Use content management tool to manage site content
Prepare information in key sections of web site - international Trade updates, Regulatory updates etc.

Maintain check – list for webinar presenters/sponsors - liaise with presenters to ensure proper delivery
Assist production of webinars in GoToWebinar and Zoom platforms
Prepare promotional materials 
Assist in saving/archiving of recorded webinars (gotowebinar)

Social media
Use LinkedIn and other social media resources
Prepare daily tweets highlighting relevant news, CAF services etc.

Use ‘Survey Monkey’ to draft surveys.
Draft questions
Select appropriate question format
Obtain approval prior to launch
Monitor survey delivery, completion

Qualifications / Required Skills

College or University
Writing skills required
Able to work independently

Salary: $16.50 to $20.00 per hour

Contact Information


Employer Profile

The Canadian Apparel Federation (CAF) is the national association for Canada's apparel industry. CAF brings together and provides services to firms from across the country.
Every firm relies on different partners to remain ahead of the curve. Our job is to provide up to date information about issues ranging from product safety, customs and trade, product development, supply-chain management, and regulations. We also work closely within Canada and abroad with a global network of industry collaborators and experts. This allows us to create programming that responds to the needs of the apparel industry, and advocate on their behalf. We have a unique position that allows us to provide information on topics no-one else can.
We listen to what the apparel industry has to say, and we act on what we hear. We provide advice on pressing issues that helps firms make the right decisions. Our lobbying changes policies that negatively affect firms, and creates new opportunities. Our job is to work on behalf of the apparel industry, acting as the voice of the industry to ensure all firms are well represented.

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