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Job title: Project Manager, Exhibit Tours & Northern Initiatives
Organisation: Science North
Type: full-time 4-year
Salary: starting salary range $51,000 to $58,000 per year, based on experience
Location: Sudbury, Canada
Are you interested in developing your project management, creativity, and leadership skills? Can you envision new and innovative visitor experiences and partnerships? Does being accountable for the execution and details of your project energize you? Do you thrive on facilitating team success through effective communication and organization?
As Project Manager on the Northern Initiatives team, you will be responsible for the implementation of the tours of two brand-new Science North travelling exhibitions and for managing the science delivery team travelling with the exhibitions. Working with the overall project management team, you will learn (through direct experience and mentorship) to develop and nurture partnerships and stakeholder relationships across Canada. You will use your supervisory and leadership skills to motivate and guide the science delivery team travelling with exhibits. Your keen eye for detail and logistics will see you develop, plan, execute, monitor, and close-out projects. In this role you will also support the project management of other Northern Initiative priorities involving key science experiences, partnerships and stakeholders. This role will provide an ideal environment to improve your knowledge and understanding of project scope, including, scheduling, budgeting, quality, resources, risk, communications, and stakeholder management.
As the successful candidate you will have some experience in project delivery a strong interest in further
developing your project management skills and a demonstrated aptitude for relationship-building. You will bring with you team leadership skills, past experience working with internal and external stakeholders, exceptional verbal and written communication skills (in-person and virtually) and ideally prior experience in exhibit touring (or logistics management). A commitment to equity, diversity, inclusion, and accessibility, especially as these relate to Indigenous engagement and reconciliation will also be important.