Job Posting 69388

Community Development Coordinator
City Centre Community Association
Vancouver & Lower Mainland
City Centre Community Centre
closed 48 days ago (Fri, 26 Mar)
part time  •  $24.12 - $25.59 (rate effective Sept 1, 2020) per hour plus Benefits

Job Summary:

The City Centre Community Association is now hiring a Community Development Coordinator. Reporting to Area Coordinator and the Community Association, plan, coordinate and produce special events, identify and pursue funding opportunities, manage volunteers, create and implement marketing and community strategy.



Duties and Responsibilities:


Plan and coordinate community marketing materials

Support the Community Association Board of Directors to implement and facilitate community forums, task forces, meetings and presentations

Design, plan, coordinate, implement or support community events (e.g. Breakfast with Santa, Earth Day, Concerts in the park, etc.)

Recruit and assign volunteers for the Community Association programs and events



Recruit, train and supervise volunteers for special events and projects.


Safety/Risk Management

Develop and implement a risk management protocol for special events or projects

Fill out accident and incident report forms as required

Organize the appropriate insurance for special events or projects


Customer Service/Communication

Create and produce communications materials

Create, schedule and plan Social Media content

Design internal and external advertising traditional and new media promotional pieces

Create and design media relations (e.g. media releases, story opportunities in the newspaper, etc.)

Liaise and maintain relationships with schools, businesses and other community organizations

Liaise with the Community Development Committee to review and make recommendations regarding special events, projects and partnerships

Establish and maintain regular communication with volunteers; track volunteer hours and maintain data base

Be familiar with the City of Richmond Volunteer Strategy

Promote volunteer opportunities with the Community Association



Prepare Board packages and correspondence

Assist with planning and implementation of the Annual General Meeting and Board/Staff Planning Sessions

Prepare and maintain budgets

Develop, implement, evaluate and maintain records, forms, policies and procedures

Create and implement a Marketing (Communication) strategy on behalf of the Community Association’s Goals and Objectives as it relates to this position

Identify and create funding opportunities and develop relationships

Write grants or partnership proposals

Conduct post special event or projects follow up

Prepare written reports

Create and maintain logistic plans

Order supplies and equipment

Utilize the City of Richmond Volunteer Strategy

Create volunteer job descriptions as per each special event or project

Assign volunteer responsibilities

Assess volunteers

Other duties as assigned


Required Qualifications:

Grade 12 graduations plus completion of a diploma in marketing and communication or special event or related field and two years experience in marketing and communication, special event planning, volunteer management budgeting, and funds development; or an equivalent combination of education and experience

Interpersonal and conflict skills

Effective communication skills

Basic computer skills (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)

Graphic Design

Police Information Check

Standard or emergency first aid & CPR

B.C. Driver’s license


Desirable Qualifications:

Food Safe

Serving It Right

Experience with supervision of staff and volunteer

Experience working with public benefit sector

Experience working with community boards, committees and partners



28 hrs/week. Evening and Weekend work required.



$24.12 - $25.59 (rate effective Sept 1, 2020) per hour plus Benefits

As per Richmond Communities Associations’ Job Evaluation.

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