Program Development Manager - Not For Profit in Calgary, Alberta

Management

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Position: Program Development Manager - Not For Profit
Description:
Sr. Product/Marketing Manager
This close knit group of collaborative people are looking for an accomplished Product/Marketing Manager to join their team. The focus of this role will be to work with existing clients.
You bring a minimum of 7 years experience in business planning, product marketing and business management. In addition you have a strong business background, Bachelor of Commerce, Engineering or similar; Masters and/or MBA would be a definite asset. You will manage a small team of staff who perform well in their technology based environment. Your days will be spent working on a variety of project portfolios, developing business relationships as well as working with the research team. You bring a strong and confident personality and work style and are very comfortable working with RFP’s and executing projects. You are dynamic in your presentation style as well as interested in a stable work environment where learning is shared. This role offers a unique opportunity to work in a not-for-profit environment that is run as if it were “for profitâ€. You will have an opportunity to work with various industries as well as Government Agencies in a fast paced and dynamic environment.
As a senior leader in this organization, you will work on business plans, creating budgets and closing business. You offer tremendous contract development skills as well as processes and systems to work with.
Salary plus annual performance bonus, parking included.
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Please note: We thank all applicants; however, only qualified candidates will be contacted.
Location: AB - CALGARY
Salary:
Updated: 09/21/2011
Entered: 07/26/2011


Category:  Management  |  Address:  Calgary Alberta


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