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Job Order #: 5647876

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Government of Saskatchewan
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The Regional Services Branch within the Ministry of Agriculture has an exciting and challenging opportunity for a highly motivated individual with excellent marketing and communication, interpersonal, collaborative and leadership skills to join the Agriculture Awareness Unit as a Public Trust Coordinator.
Main responsibilities of the Public Trust Coordinator will include:
Organizing experiential agriculture tours and training on key public trust issues for Ministry staff.
Assisting in the implementation of the Ministrys Public Trust Strategy by providing a youthful perspective on initiatives and programming.
Developing marketing and communication materials, including articles for digital and print newsletters, social media and website content on topical agriculture and food issues.
Assisting the Ministry in the planning and marketing of Agriculture Month, which will include preparing for and supporting outreach events, developing an accompanying marketing plan and engaging industry stakeholders and youth.
Working with Agriculture in the Classroom and other industry partners on awareness efforts and events.
Supporting the administration and efficient operation of the Regional Services Branch head office.

The successful candidate will have an understanding of the Canadian agriculture sector, effective marketing and communication strategies and techniques, and the proven ability to plan and organize events.

Typically, the competencies required for this position are obtained as a second, third or fourth year student enrolled in a business or agriculture program at a post-secondary institute.


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