Northern BC Tourism Association (NBCTA) is seeking a talented individual to join our team as a Tourism Development Coordinator.
Are you passionate about responsible business development? Interested in contributing to an exciting industry and building a diversified economy? Would you like to be involved in the planning and execution of multiple high-profile projects to grow business and communities across the region?
Summary of Position:
The Tourism Development Coordinator will work collaboratively with the Northern BC Tourism Destination Development team and partners to support the development of Northern BC as a remarkable and sustainable travel destination.
This position is responsible for the effective coordination and project management of the Targeted Regional Tourism Development Fund including stakeholder outreach and Indigenous engagement, project management, updating data and product inventory, budget reconciliation and performance reporting.
Job Requirements & Qualifications
This is a temporary full time position from May 15, 2021 to March 31, 2023.
Please email resume and CV to email@example.com. Applications will be accepted until April 12, 2021.
Location: This position has the ability to work from anywhere in Northern BC. Outside of COVID, frequent travel may be required.APPLY NOW! • TOURISM DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR • Northern British Columbia Tourism
Post Date: March 31, 2021 Deadline for Application: April 12, 2021
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Northern BC Tourism Association is a Regional Destination Management Organization that works to promote and develop the tourism industry in northern BC through the delivery of cooperative marketing campaigns, media relations activities, and community development programs. Stakeholders include communities, businesses, and operators involved in tourism within northern BC, a vast area that spans Highway 16 west from Tete Jaune Cache to Haida Gwaii, and then north to the Yukon/Northwest Territories border. This is one of the six geographical tourism regions within BC as defined by Destination British Columbia, the industry-led Crown corporation.