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Special Events Coordinator - Let's Talk Science
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Are you a skilled event coordinator who excels managing multiple events?



Do you like to know your work will make a difference to Canadian children and youth, their educators and parents?


If so, we invite you to submit your application to join Let’s Talk Science – Canada’s leading national not for profit organization that engages youth in science, engineering and technology – and become the newest member of our growing team.

Special Events Coordinator


Let’s Talk Science is seeking a highly motivated self-starter with excellent event and volunteer management skills and experience planning and executing numerous events on parallel timelines.


As a key member of our Let’s Talk Science Outreach team, reporting to the Manager, Volunteer Engagement and Community Partnerships you will work with the National All Science Challenge team, including local event coordinators and local event partners to plan and direct the execution of 21 All Science Challenge events nationally in spring 2012. The Special Events Coordinator will also work with the Let’s Talk Science Outreach team to support special programs and projects.


As the successful candidate you will have a formal education in a relevant field – event management, communication, science or education. Along with your education you have experience in event and volunteer management and leading a team towards a goal.


This is a new full-time position one-year (renewable) contract position, includes benefits and is based at our National Office in London, Ontario.


A full position description can be downloaded from our website at:


Interested candidates should submit their resume and cover letter quoting “Special Events Coordinator” by 5 p.m. on Monday September 19, 2020 to:

Heather Unipan

Human Resource Assistant, Let’s Talk Science

1584 North Routledge Park, London, ON N6H 5L6

Or via email: (please submit in Word or pdf)

FAX: (519) 474-4085


Let’s Talk Science is committed to employment equity, welcomes diversity in the workplace and encourages applications from all qualified individuals.  While we appreciate all applications, only those invited for an interview will be acknowledged.

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