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Manager of Sport Development

Permanent, full-time position based in Halifax

It is an exciting time to work in sport! After a year of consultation, many changes are now underway as we operationalize our new strategic plan, roll out new approaches and technologies to support provincial sport organizations, all the while prototyping new models for sport delivery around the province.

Reporting to the Director of Sport, the Manager of Sport Development will play a key role in this work. You know the powerful role sport can play when it comes to building community, individuals and positive social change. At the same time, you recognize there are barriers to sport such as cost, infrastructure, access, competition for time, etc. An innovative thinker and a terrific collaborator, you are passionate about solutions to make sport options more accessible for more people. You are highly organized and proficient in leading, monitoring and implementing programs and managing teams, and you have a solid understanding of the Canadian and Nova Scotia sport system. Does that sound like an opportunity that was custom built for you? If so, we want to hear from you! READ MORE

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Sport Projects Coordinator Sport Nova Scotia

One-year maternity leave

Sport Nova Scotia is seeking a highly-organized, self-starter with excellent communication skills and the ability to work in a multi-project environment to fill the term position of Sport Projects Coordinator. Reporting to the Director of Marketing and Events and the Director of Sport, the Sport Projects Coordinator is responsible for coordinating special events and programs including the Milk Sport Fair, the Nova Scotia Amateur Sport Fund and annual fundraising campaigns.

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Sport Nova Scotia hiring Director of Sport

There is a powerful role for sport to play when it comes to building community, individuals and positive social change. At the same time, there are increasing barriers to sport such as cost, infrastructure, access, competition for time, etc. The sport system needs to adapt and think innovatively about solutions to make sport options more accessible for more people. This will require significant thought leadership to meet the needs of today’s participants. READ MORE
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