Business Development Officer - Community Futures

Fraser Fort George 

Last Updated: November, 2017   
 
Hours: Full time, 37.5 hours per week.
 
Job Duties: -Facilitating business planning workshops using the Business Model Canvas methodology.
    -One-on-one client coaching to support business planning or restructuring.
    -Working closely with WorkBC Centres in the Fraser Fort George region to promote and deliver the      Self Employment Program training and support.
    -Administer and lead the Cariboo-Business Entrepreneur Skills Training (C-BEST) program.
    -Coordinate CF functions and events.
    -Coordinate the Business Review Committee meetings.
    -Liaise, collaborate and support community business and development organizations across the region.
    -Ensuring data entry is up-to-date in our Client Management System.
    -Travelling to the outlaying communities, as required.
 
Qualifications: -Bachelor Degree in Commerce or Business, or demonstration of equivalent experience and related
background.
        -Ability to provide client services support via business coaching.
        -Above average communication, presentation, facilitation and analytical skills.
        -Knowledgeable in Microsoft Office Programs, familiarity with Client Management Systems would be an asset.
       -Ability to plan, organize, and assess multiple networking, workshops, and training activities.
       -Strong administration capabilities.
       -Excellent time management and prioritizing skills.
       -Commercial lending knowledge would be an asset.
       -Experienced in research methodologies, an asset.
       -Reliable transportation and valid driver's license are required.

How to apply: Please send or drop off your resume along with a cover letter, no later than 4:00 pm on Tuesday,
December 12, 2017 to:
Susan Stearns, General Manager
Community Futures Fraser Fort George
1566-7th Avenue
Prince George, BC  V2L 3P4
Fax: 250-562-9119
Email: susans@cfdc.bc.ca
Reference #: 1374
                                                                                                                                 Date Posted: November 21, 2017