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Day Respite Coordinator
SydWest Multicultural Services, Sydney
Job descriptionSydWest Multicultural Services is the leading community organisation connecting and empowering people of all cultures. Our purpose is Connecting Cultures & Building Communities. The values underpinning our work are Accountability, Collaboration and Excellence. Through person-centred services, representation and evidence development we are empowering individuals and building the social capacity of communities. The organisation focuses on people who are vulnerable and most in need, such as youth and children, seniors, people with disabilities and humanitarian entrants across the life course. We have offices in Blacktown, Mt Druitt, Penrith and Rouse Hill.Our BenefitsSalary Sacrifice packaging options to receive up to $15,900 of your salary tax-free meaning more take-home pay and $2,650 for meals and entertainment.Fantastic Health & Wellness program with value of up to $3000 per annum.Flexible working arrangements to work from home and office to support work-life balance.Paid Study Leave to support your professional development & Additional Leave Between Christmas & New Year.For further information please check this link www.sydwestms.org.au/get-involved/employment-opportunities.Role Overview:The Day Respite Coordinator (DRC) - Aged Care is part of the Aged Care team and is responsible for effectively coordinating the activities of SWMS's Day Respite Centres, which are part of the CHSP Program. This role's key purpose it to ensure that all of SWMS's Day Respite Centre consumers receive exceptional customer service through coordination of meaningful activities, events, and other relevant projects within the Aged Care Team. The DRC is also responsible for compliance of the Day Respite Program under the Aged Care Act and the Aged Care Quality Standards as well as ensuring that quality services are delivered to all consumers.This position will be on a fixed-term full-time basis (35 hours a week) and will end in June 2023.Key Accountabilities:Coordinating & overseeing all aspects of SydWest's Senior Day Care Groups operational activities;Manage and closely monitor consumers' service hours and ensure all outputs set by the Department of Health are met on an annual basis;Ensure all scheduling requirements are efficiently & effectively managed;Network & strategically collaborate with internal & external stakeholders;Maintain high level of professional communication with all internal & external customers;Ensure Exceptional Customer Service is provided to all internal & external customers in managing all forms of feedback, complaints & compliments;Identify & Promote SydWest Services to Group Participants & potential customers within the Aged Care Communities;Provide reports in a timely manner as requested by the Aged Team Leader;Adhere to Policies & Procedures related to the work being undertaken in order to ensure own & others safety in the workplace.Essential Criteria(needs to be addressed on a separate document)Minimum 2 years' experience in coordination of centre-based client activities;Demonstrated experience in working with CHSP & HCP funded services & seniors of a CALD background;Sound knowledge of CHSP & HCP and current CHSP & HCP issues impacting seniors of a CALD background;Demonstrated experience to network, liaise, and develop collaborative partnerships with stakeholders;Ability to prioritise competing demands and work independently;Well-developed negotiation & facilitation skills;A strong customer service focus and the ability to interact positively with a wide range of people from diverse backgrounds;Well-developed verbal and written communication skills to engage effectively with a broad audience;Excellent computer literacy skills in Microsoft Office programs, electronic mail and calendars;Demonstrated values of integrity, reliability, teamwork and professionalism and a commitment to quality and continuous improvement.;Current driver's licence and access to a full registered motor vehicle with comprehensive insurance;Australian Federal Police Check;Working with Children Check.SydWest MS adheres to the principles and practices of equal employment opportunity, workplace health and safety and is a child safe organisation.
Wellbeing & Education Coordinator
Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks Football Club, Woolooware, New South Wales
About us: Our Club, the Cronulla Sharks Rugby League Football Club, has been a part of the fabric of the Sutherland Shire and the National Rugby League (NRL) since 1967. With 2016 our most successful year to date having been crowned NRL Premiers for the first time in our club’s 50 years of operation. We are the heartbeat of the Sutherland Shire and are passionate about our community. Our fans are the most avid of all NRL teams and our network of partners, members and fans are highly engaged and they trust our partner brands. The Future: We are preparing for a future that places us at the centre of our community. One that is shaped through innovation, pride and passion.  Our vision is to be Australia’s leading sporting, lifestyle and entertainment destination, loved, embraced and respected for the positive impact we have on our Community and its people.  It’s exciting times ahead, as we undergo a major redevelopment of the Sharks Leagues Club precinct to give our Members a world class entertainment venue. Position Summary: The Wellbeing & Education Coordinator will provide support to all pathway players within the Club in being better people for having been part of the game. This includes caring for and developing them to be balanced in life, vocationally active, good teammates, self-aware and self-confident, respectful and wise and ethical decision makers and proud of the game of Rugby League. Role Responsibilities: Management of Wellbeing and Education program for all male and female Pathways teams Management of Homestay Program along with providing relocation assistance for Pathway contracted players Provide career, employment and educational support for all Pathways players Provide a network of welfare support to all Pathways players, staff and families Delivery of NRL / NSWRL mandated Wellbeing & Education Programs Proactive management of all Pathways players off-field development Maintain accurate records on Wellbeing & Education database Skills and Experience: The ideal candidate should: Demonstrated experience working with elite junior athletes and their families Understanding of complex issues facing semi-professional athletes relating to career and personal development Ability to communicate and present effectively to individuals and groups Ability to develop trusting relationships with Pathway players Demonstrated ability to work with confidential and sensitive information Demonstrated interpersonal skills with the capacity to build strategic networks Demonstrated ability to work autonomously and as part of a team Experience with online reporting and ability to work with Microsoft Word, Excel & PowerPoint. Ability to work within a 24/7 environment and to be available for weekend work when required.Essential RequirementsRelevant Tertiary Qualification National Police / Criminal History Check Working with Children / Working with Vulnerable People Check Drivers Licence Mental Health First Aid Certificate IV in Elite Athlete Wellbeing, or equivalent
Digital Audio Production Coordinator
Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), Sydney, Any
Ultimo, Sydney: Convenient CBD location (near Central Station) Contract Vacancy for Approximately 12 Months Great opportunity to join an iconic Australian brand $79K - $84K Plus 15.4% Nominated Super The ABC strives for diversity and inclusion in the workplace, and to promote a culture of opportunity. Through its services the ABC seeks to represent, connect and engage with all of the Australian community. In line with our focus on diversity, applications are strongly encouraged from Indigenous Australians, people from a range of cultural and linguistic backgrounds, people with disability and LGBTIQA+ individuals. The ABC also aims to achieve a gender-balanced workforce.For more information on inclusive employee networks within the ABC please refer to Life Page on ABC LinkedIn. About ABC Entertainment & SpecialistThe Entertainment & Specialist team brings together the ABC’s drama, comedy, Indigenous, music, children’s, entertainment and factual content across television, radio and digital products and services, such as iview, ABC listen and associated websites, apps and podcasts. The team includes the specialist genres of arts, science, education, religion and ethics. Entertainment & Specialist develops, produces, acquires and distributes Australian stories across ABC TV, ABC Kids, ABC ME the national networks of ABC Radio, ABC online and audio and video apps, to inform, educate and entertain all Australians.This content reflects Australia’s culture and community, generating national conversations and empowering the public to contribute to our national identity.About the RoleABC Entertainment and Specialist is seeking a Digital Audio Production Coordinator to autonomously coordinate and optimise the curation, production and distribution of audio content across ABC and third-party platforms to grow digital audiences.Reporting to the Digital Audio Production Manager, in this niche role, you will: Contribute to the curation of content collections for ABC and third-party platforms. Support effective workflows and documentation to improve the delivery and curation of live and on-demand audio and related metadata across teams. Ensure rights status are correct and advise on editorial suitability of content. Build new programs and collections using relevant content management systems (e.g. CoreMedia). About YouWith sound experience in creating, publishing and maintaining digital content, as well as accomplished editorial skills you will also be able to demonstrate; Excellent written, verbal, interpersonal and problem-solving skills. A thorough understanding of digital media production techniques, procedures and terminology, and familiarity with audience trends and industry developments. Effective communication skills, including the ability to build relationships with people from a range of diverse backgrounds. For further details on the role and requirements, please refer to the full position description: 50063010 DIGITAL AUDIO PRODUCTION COORDINATOR.pdf For further information on this position please contact Andrew King, Digital Audio Production Manager via king.andrew@abc.net.au We are unable to accept email applications, please ensure that you submit your application via the online portal.We respectfully request that Recruitment Agencies do not submit applications for this position.For more information on working at the ABC visit abc.net.au/careers The ABC has a vaccination policy that requires employees to meet vaccination requirements for those working in some high-risk environments or circumstances. Some roles will require adherence to this policy as an inherent requirement of performing the role.Applications Close: 11:55 pm, Wednesday 2 February 2022Job no: 502197 Work type: Contract Full Time Location: Sydney Categories: Administration/Support, Production/Content Advertised: 19 Jan 2022 12:00 PM AUS Eastern Daylight Time Applications close: 02 Feb 2022 11:55 PM AUS Eastern Daylight Time Apply now Employee ReferralSalary: . Date posted: 01/19/2022 09:00 AM
Production Coordinator, Children's
Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), Sydney, Any
The ABC strives for equity and diversity in the workplace, and to promote a culture of opportunity. Through its services the ABC seeks to represent, connect and engage with all of the Australian community. In line with our focus on diversity, applications are strongly encouraged from Indigenous Australians, people from a range of cultural and linguistic backgrounds, people with disability and LGBTIQ+ individuals. The ABC also aims to achieve a gender-balanced workforce.For more information on inclusive employee networks within the ABC please refer to ABC LinkedIn and Life Page About ABC Entertainment & SpecialistThe Entertainment & Specialist team brings together the ABC’s drama, comedy, Indigenous, music, children’s, entertainment and factual content across television, radio and digital products and services, such as iview, ABC listen and associated websites, apps and podcasts. The team includes the specialist genres of arts, science, education, religion and ethics. Entertainment & Specialist develops, produces, acquires and distributes Australian stories across ABC TV, ABC Kids, ABC ME the national networks of ABC Radio, ABC online and audio and video apps, to inform, educate and entertain all Australians.This content reflects Australia’s culture and community, generating national conversations and empowering the public to contribute to our national identity.About the RoleAs Production Coordinator you will provide planning and production support to the Children's department.Reporting to the Series Producer, you will be responsible for: Coordinating travel arrangements, including flights, taxis, car hire and parking, accommodation and travel allowance and general amenities Researching and booking locations, arranging appropriate approvals and drafting relevant documentation Booking crews and equipment Preparing call sheets and contributing to production manuals Acting as a point of contact for the program, handling enquires and correspondence from internal and external clients/talent and the public About YouWith well developed knowledge and practice of production resourcing, scheduling, budgets, copyright clearance, booking systems, safety requirements and their associated regulations, you will also be able to demonstrate: Sound organisational, planning and communication skills Ability to work well within a small team environment Ability to work to tight deadlines and manage priorities, while maintaining attention to detail For further details on the role and requirements, please refer to the full position description: 30004986 PRODUCTION COORDINATOR.pdf For further information on this position please contact Natasha Pizzica, Senior Producer via email pizzica.natasha@abc.net.au We are unable to accept email applications, please ensure that you submit your application via the online portal.We respectfully request that Recruitment Agencies do not submit applications for this position.For more information on working at the ABC visit abc.net.au/careers The ABC has a vaccination policy that requires employees to meet vaccination requirements for those working in some high-risk environments or circumstances. Some roles will require adherence to this policy as an inherent requirement of performing the role. Applications Close: 11:55 pm, Thursday 3 February 2022Advertised: 20 Jan 2022 8:00 AM AUS Eastern Daylight Time Applications close: 03 Feb 2022 11:55 PM AUS Eastern Daylight Time Salary: . Date posted: 01/20/2022 09:00 AM
People and Culture Manager - Sydney Children's Hospitals Foundation
Beaumont People, Sydney
Job descriptionBased at Westmead Children’s Hospital and work from Randwick Children's Hospital once a weekJoin a team of inspiring people with a vision of Healthy Kids…Whatever it takes!As the People and Culture Manager you will lead and partner with managers organisation wide to create an exceptional employee experienceAbout the Organisation:Sydney Children’s Hospitals Foundation (‘the Foundation’) is an independent charity who work tirelessly to raise funds to ensure extraordinary healthcare is available to every child and their family every day. We also aim to keep children fit, happy, safe and well through health promotion and advocacy.Role SummaryThe People and Culture Manager is responsible for the design coordination and implementation of the Employee Value Proposition, which is aligned to the direction of the Foundation.You will provide advice and support to line managers on all areas of the employee lifecycle including recruitment, onboarding, employee engagement, workforce planning, remuneration, performance management and team culture.Key ResponsibilitiesBuild Strong rapport with stakeholders, partnering with leaders and managers across the Foundation to understand their people and culture objectives and develop organisation wide solutions.Identifying and implementing learning and development frameworks and associated processes, including training needs analysis.Delivering and/or coordinating the delivery of training and development opportunities in support of employee performance agreements and learning and development plans.Line management and development of the People and Culture Coordinator ensuring effective planning, delivery and reporting of all aspects of HR including recruitment, remuneration, employee engagement, work health and safety, performance management and employee and industrial relations in line with the relevant legislative frameworks and Foundation policies.Revising, updating and maintaining human resources policies and procedures.Create and present effective people and culture data and reports to the CEO, Executive Leadership Team and Leadership TeamAdminister and report on employee feedback, including employee engagement surveysEssential Criteria and Success factors of the roleHuman Resources management experience, including a tertiary level qualification in a Human Resources or related disciplineDemonstrated expertise in all aspects of employment law and Human Resources best practice, as well as experience in human resources policies and proceduresDemonstrated knowledge of contemporary Human Resource practices, issues and trends, and proven ability to build a positive work cultureProven ability to work autonomously and to manage competing demands within required timeframesExpert communication and interpersonal skills including influencing, negotiation, facilitation, coaching skills, mentoring and leading a teamThe BENEFITS!Access to generous salary packaging benefitsOption to work from Westmead or Randwick offices, located within the respective hospitals in addition to flexible working from home arrangements.Fitness Passport for discounted gymsHow to ApplyIf this sounds like something that you would be interested in, please apply directly to the advertisement with your tailored cover letter and full resume. There is no closing date for this role, all applications will be reviewed as they are received, and successful applicants will be contacted.REFERRAL INCENTIVE – If you know someone perfect for this position, please refer them to us for a $300 voucher or a donation to your favourite charity! https://www.beaumontpeople.com.au/jobseekers/refer-a-friend-program.Beaumont People have been retained to recruit this position, if you have any questions please direct them to rhonda@beaumontpeople.com.au, using the subject line: People and Culture Manager - Sydney Children’s Hospitals Foundation enquiry via EthicalJobs.
NDIS Support Coordinator
Synapse, Sydney
Job descriptionWho are weSynapse is Australia’s leading brain injury organisation – and we’re making Australia a more supportive and understanding place to live for people experiencing brain injury.We provide a range of services nationally, including information and referral, specialist supports, National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) services, advocacy, housing and targeted research activities. Synapse promotes quality of life, self-determination and choice. Our mission is to ensure the rights of people impacted by brain injury, by connecting knowledge, policy, services and systems.Our people are what make us who we are, and we have built a strong, supportive culture. So, it’s incredibly important that we find the right person to join us.About the roleWe have an opening in our friendly team for a highly motivated individual with disability sector experience working in Support Coordination or Case Management.This is a busy, rewarding and varied role where no two days will be the same. You will be supporting people with brain injury to get the most out of their NDIS plans and to think creatively with them about ways to build capacity and utilise their funding.We are also keen to hear from recent graduates who are interested in commencing their career in the disability sector. You will receive on the job mentoring and support.We are a family-friendly organisation, we truly value and support our staff, and we believe in providing opportunities for our people to grow with us.Please note: This role is offering full-time hours (76 hours per fortnight).About YouWhile qualifications and experience are important, equally as important is who you are as a person. We’re looking for someone with emotional intelligence, initiative and a passion for relationship building and supporting clients. You truly can make a difference in this role.We’re also looking for:Qualifications or experience in case management, disability or community servicesExcellence in building rapport, negotiating and developing mutually beneficial relationships with a diverse range of stakeholders to achieve organisational objectivesAn understanding of legislation and standards relevant to the disability sector and those underpinning the NDISExperience and/or understanding developing person-centred plans with people with a disabilityExperience and/or understanding in working with people with neurocognitive concerns and complex needs would be preferable, but not essential as we will mentor the right personCompetence in using Microsoft Office programs as well as demonstrated experience using client information systemsPlease note that this role requires a NDIS Worker Check (NDISWC), Working with Children Check (WWCC), and a full COVID-19 Vaccination certificate in order to commence. Synapse can offer youAttractive remuneration with salary sacrificing options - mortgage/rent, living expenses, and entertainmentA warm, flexible and supportive work environmentTraining and development opportunities including a comprehensive induction programRegular supervision, ongoing 1:1 mentoring and team support through monthly team meetingsFor more information, check our website: synapse.org.au.Please note, we reserve the right to close or extend this advertisement depending on the number and quality of applications received. Therefore, we urge all suitable candidates to submit their application as early as possible.Please forward any enquiries to recruitment@synapse.org.au using the subject line: NDIS Support Coordinator enquiry via EthicalJobs.A position description is attached.Please note, we reserve the right to close or extend this advertisement depending on the number and quality of applications received. Therefore, we urge all suitable candidates to submit their application as early as possible.
Direct Marketing Coordinator - The Garvan Research Foundation
Beaumont People, Sydney
Job descriptionThe remarkable success of the Garvan Research Foundation in recent years has led to an exciting team expansion in 2022! Join now to make a real impact.Join the Foundation to build on the success and momentum of recent years and plan for future growthOpportunity to be mentored and developed by experienced fundraisersBased in Sydney’s inner-city with flexible working arrangementsAbout the OrganisationThe Garvan Research Foundation is the fundraising and marketing arm of the Garvan Institute of Medical Research.The Foundation is tasked with raising and administering vital funds from individuals, trusts and foundations and corporate and community groups. It is also responsible for delivering Garvan's public engagement and awareness activities.It is through the Foundation’s fantastic efforts that they have had remarkable success over the years and as a result, the team is excited to be growing in 2022! The expansion across the fundraising and marketing programs will support and build on the success and momentum of recent years and plan for future growth.Role SummaryThe Direct Marketing Coordinator will work in collaboration with the Senior Direct Marketing Officer to support with the implementation of compelling and personalised appeals as well as other direct marketing campaigns to acquire, retain and engage donors.The Foundation’s direct marketing activities include donor appeals, acquisition appeals, engagement, and supporter care communications. Channels used include direct mail, email, telemarketing, online and other test channels.The ideal candidate will demonstrate high-energy and enthusiasm. You will have strong project coordination skills, capable in juggling multiple competing priorities. A strong attention to detail, passion for data and a creative mindset will be key to succeed.Key ResponsibilitiesAssist in developing plans aimed at acquiring new donors, retaining, and upgrading existing donors through various DM channels including mail, email, telephone, SMS and digitalAid in maintaining accurate income and expenditure recordsAssist with the end-to-end management of the DM acquisition and retention planLiaise with the Supporter Services team to ensure all communications are donor-centricConfidently work in excel spreadsheets of donor informationContinuously develop fundraising and marketing knowledgeIdentify and evaluate new fundraising opportunities through testing and creative thinkingProactively review and implement improvements in plans and processes to increase results and efficiencyMaintain accurate and timely supporter records on the Raiser’s Edge databaseSkills & AttributesDemonstrated experience in fundraising and/or marketing and understanding of fundraising principles, or relatedProven ability to maintain good relationships with external and internal stakeholdersExperience with Microsoft excel to filter and spot errors in large spreadsheetsExperience in database use; Raisers Edge knowledge advantageousAbility to prioritise and work effectively to meet project deadlinesExcellent organisational and time management skillsHigh level of attention to detailStrong verbal and written communication skillsSelf-motivated and works autonomously, using initiative when requiredInterest in working for the Not-For-Profit sectorApplication ProcessPlease apply as soon as possible – applications will be reviewed on an immediate basis.Beaumont People has been contracted to recruit this role on behalf of the client, therefore please direct all queries to Kristina at Beaumont People at kristina@beaumontpeople.com.au or call 02 9093 4911.
Social Media Coordinator
Broadsheet, William Street, Darlinghurst NSW sydney
Broadsheet Media is looking for a social media coordinator to join our national editorial team in its Sydney office.The role supports our social media editor in connecting Broadsheet’s audience with editorial content on platforms including but not limited to Facebook and Instagram, and helps ensure smooth day-to-day running of our social media platforms.The coordinator reports to Broadsheet’s social media editor and works with a team of editors around Australia to ensure we deliver on our promise to be the best resource on city culture.The successful candidate will be highly organised and efficient with excellent short-copy and writing skills, a strong grasp of grammar and editorial conventions, and exceptional attention to detail. They will know how to connect with audiences online, what makes successful and credible digital editorial and have an endless curiosity about life and culture in Australia.They will have a knack for producing engaging, accurate and compelling social media content, and copy, at speed. This is a role for someone who remains calm under pressure and thrives in a fast-paced environment with multiple stakeholders and rolling deadlines. Experience in a digital newsroom is preferred but not essential.The social media coordinator will be responsible for: social media creation, management and production; managing daily and weekend social media schedules; reporting on social media performance and using data and insights to inform work; contributing to wider social strategy.The coordinator should have a passion for, and nuanced understanding of, culture in their home city and Australia in general. Knowledge of Broadsheet and the cities it covers will be an advantage, as will a familiarity with the ways in which a publication can be repackaged socially with speed, clarity, and wit. We’re looking for someone who is agile and has a “yes” mentality.Broadsheet editorial is a fast-paced, constantly changing news environment – the social media coordinator must be a flexible and reliable individual who is self-motivated, consistently meets deadlines and can manage high-pressure situations in a calm and professional manner.This is a key role within Broadsheet and an opportunity to have an impact at one of Australia’s most recognised, reputable and innovative digital publishers. About BroadsheetBroadsheet is one of the country’s most influential independent publishers and award-winning media brands. In addition to our website, we reach millions of readers through social media, print papers, videos, cookbooks and events. Our goal is to connect our audience with the very best our cities have to offer, from food and drink to art and design to entertainment and travel. What We’re Looking For:Minimum one year experience in digital marketing or digital media (experience in a publishing or news environment, with a focus on digital, is a plus but not necessary)Experience managing social media channels such as Facebook and InstagramExcellent short-copy skillsExcellent understanding of the rules of grammar, spelling and punctuationExcellent attention to detailHighly organised (good at prioritising, time management, multi-tasking, planning)Ability to meet tight deadlines and work calmly and efficiently under pressureExcellent written and verbal communicationFlexibility in a constantly changing news environment, including working flexible hours to meet deadlinesA strong understanding of Broadsheet – its purpose, content, voice, style, tone and audienceStrong understanding of SEO, online publishing tools and social mediaA passion for, and knowledge of, food, arts, fashion, culture and city life What We Can Offer You:Flexible working-from-home arrangementsA nimble start-up cultureTraining and career developmentAmbitious, passionate and talented teamFun, inclusive and supportive cultureGreat inner-city locationPerks including paid birthdays off and tickets to eventsThe option to bring your dog to workTo apply, please submit your resume, along with a cover letter outlining your experience and why you would be a good fit for the role.PLEASE NOTE: Your cover letter should briefly tell us how you meet the criteria, and what you can bring to the organisation. Applicants whose cover letters do not fulfil these criteria will not be considered.
Senior Marketing Manager
Marriott International, Toronto, Any, Canada
Posting Date Jan 21, 2022 Job Number 22008660 Job Category Sales & Marketing Location The Westin Harbour Castle Toronto, 1 Harbour Square, Toronto, ONT, Canada VIEW ON MAP Brand Westin Hotels & Resorts Schedule Full-Time Relocation? N Position Type Management Located Remotely? N At Westin, we are committed to empowering the well-being of our guests by providing a refreshing environment, thoughtful amenities, and revitalizing programming to help ensure that they leave feeling better than when they arrived. We recognize that travel can be disruptive to our guests' well-being, and we're energized to assist as partners in helping them maintain control and soaring above it all while on the road. Everything we do is designed to help guests be at their best, and they appreciate our supportive attitude, anticipatory service and extensive knowledge on how to best assist them throughout their stay. We are looking for dynamic people who are excited to join the team and ready to jump into any situation to give a helping hand. If you're someone who has is positive, adaptable and intuitive, and has a genuine interest in the well-being of others around you, we invite you to discover how at Westin, together we can rise. JOB SUMMARY Serves as the discipline leader for marketing and partners closely with other topline disciplines (Sales and Revenue Management) to develop overarching cross-cutting strategies. Responsible for creating a comprehensive marketing strategy that aligns with the hotel(s) goals and positioning. Develops and oversees implementation of marketing strategies designed to drive topline revenue and achieve RevPar/share-of-wallet goals. Manages all internal and external communication and owns digital presence, including by not limited to property website, third party channels and social media while maintaining brand integrity. Identifies incremental marketing opportunities ranging from partnerships, third-party cites and CVBs. Expertly articulates campaign performance regularly to General Manager(s), Sales and Revenue Management leaders and Hotel Ownership. May oversee Marketing Coordinator for execution of identified tactics. CANDIDATE PROFILE Education and Experience • 2-year degree from an accredited university in Business Administration, Marketing, Sales, or related major; 3 years' experience in Marketing or a comparable professional area. OR • 4-year bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Marketing, Sales, or related major; 1 year experience in Marketing or a comparable professional area. CORE WORK ACTIVITIES Marketing Strategy • Develops overarching marketing strategy from marketing plans to overall hotel marketing budgets for hotel(s) they support to align with business priorities, in consultation with General Manager(s). • Actively participates in reoccurring Sales Strategy Meetings to articulate the most up to date marketing strategy and implementation details. • Reconciles marketing plan monthly with accruals, forecast in conjunction with Director of Finance. • Leads repositioning efforts in partnership with Area Team, GM and hotel executive team. • Serves as brand guardian / liaison, verifying all marketing reflects brand voice. • Leads and/or partners with Hotel Operations to conceptualize/execute property-level Programming and Activation, based on brand guidelines. • Leads the strategic pull-through of continent and brand promotions and campaigns. • Partners with Revenue Management to develop and execute promotional strategy efforts. • Develops and manages property email marketing strategy, digital strategy across M.Com and Third-Party sites, paid media campaigns and performance to verify proper execution. • Supports group lead generation efforts. • Runs, reviews, analyzes, and clearly articulate to stakeholder's and owners the key marketing reports and adjusts strategy accordingly. • Manages internal and external partners to verify deliverables are executed to support hotel strategy. • Develops and oversees/executes annual digital marketing plan, and overarching partnership and marketing strategies to maximize hotel revenue production and identify digital marketing opportunities on third party and local partner sites. • Manages the OTA Strategy in collaboration with Revenue Management through monthly market leader reviews, media investments and hotel positioning alignment. • Monitors and provides recommendations for SEO and updates as needed in collaboration with Marriott Digital Services (MDS) or agency. • Identifies digital marketing opportunities on third party and local partner sites. Content Management • Sets overarching messaging strategy for hotel/group of hotels aligned with positioning. • Manages Marriott.com content (via EPIC, Efast, MDS Client Community, etc.), OTA Content (via respective extranet sites) and Third-Party and Group Sites (via respective content management systems). • Manages photography distribution including search photos, pre-arrival photos, and photo gallery management • Creates landing pages and Discovery Pages to enhance content, as applicable. • Manages guest communications (e.g. confirmation, pre-arrival, etc.). Partnerships and Public Relations Management • Sets overarching partnership strategy for hotel/cluster of hotels. • Identifies and cultivates partnerships internally and externally, including Marriott Digital Services (MDS). • Manages cluster marketing strategies. • Maintains frequent, active engagement with Area Directors of Marketing to communicate overall recommendations and actionable next steps based on identified findings, best practices, and overall digital trends for their portfolio of hotels. • Sets overarching PR strategy for hotel/group of hotels, outlining goals, pitch angles and target segments. • Manages PR agency, if applicable, or manage PR messaging. • Manages execution of PR events, promotions. Outlet and Ancillary • Identifies outlet marketing opportunities on third party and local partner sites. • Defines in-house F&B programming in partnership with F&B Director and manages execution. Social Media • Sets overarching social media strategy for hotel/group of hotels, outlining goals and target segments. • Develops and implements social strategy. • Manages paid social media budget and strategy. • Assists in reviewing social media content calendars and collect local area and property events. General • Leads, own and direct asset development including hotel collateral, photoshoots (sourcing, planning, on-site execution, post-editing and distribution), etc. Effectively measures and clearly communicates success of campaigns and digital performance using relevant reports tools. • Demonstrates the ability to create and maintain strong relationships and negotiation skills with key internal and external partners/stakeholders; (e.g. GMs, Sales and Revenue Leaders, Regional Team, media representatives). • Manages development, design of hotel collateral as needed. • Completes other reasonable duties as requested by leadership. At Marriott, we are committed to putting our associates first and their health and safety are our highest priorities. This position requires associates to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 per current Public Health Agency of Canada standards or approved for a Human Rights accommodation. Marriott International is an equal opportunity employer. We believe in hiring a diverse workforce and sustaining an inclusive, people-first culture. We are committed to non-discrimination on any protected basis, such as disability and veteran status, or any other basis covered under applicable law. Notification to Applicants: The Westin Harbour Castle, Toronto takes seriously its obligations under provincial human rights and accessibility legislation (such as the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, the Accessibility for Manitobans Act, and Nova Scotia Accessibility Act). We are happy to provide accommodations to job applicants needing assistance. If you require an accommodation in relation to this job posting, our online application or an interview, please call 905-366-5227 or email CanadaApplicationAccommodation@marriott.com and a member of our Human Resources team will respond to your request. Please note that this phone number and email are only for those individuals who would like to request an accessibility accommodation as part of the recruiting process.Salary: . Date posted: 01/22/2022 04:39 PM