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Be a Provincial Sport Organization Administrative Coordinator

Sport Nova Scotia is seeking an ambitious administrator who has the drive and skills to support up to four Provincial Sport Organizations (PSOs) at a time. A motivated self-starter, the PSO Administrative Coordinator will work closely with PSO boards of directors to develop sport programs, organize events, and help grow participation.

Reporting to the Organizational Effectiveness Lead, this position offers the opportunity to hone facilitation and organizational development skills, collaborate with community leaders and work with passionate athletes, coaches and volunteer teams.

The ideal candidate will have a university or college designation and a demonstrated passion for the power of sport. Along with a background in administration, experience in marketing, communications and event/meeting coordination would be considered assets.

A full job description is available here

If this describes you, please send your resume and cover letter by 4pm Thursday February 7, 2019 to employment@sportnovascotia.ca. Please note only applicants being interviewed will be contacted.

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