Careers

The Charles-Bruneau Foundation is looking for :

 


Consultant, Communications and Corporate Marketing (Maternity leave replacement)

The mission of the Charles-Bruneau Foundation is to give all children with cancer the best possible chance of recovery by funding research and supporting the development of projects dedicated to pediatric hemato-oncology.

The Charles-Bruneau Foundation is renowned for the high quality of its major events. Its team of passionate and creative professionals puts on 4 major events every year: a cycling tour, a ball field hockey tournament, a kayak and paddleboard challenge, and a gastronomic evening. Surrounded by a committed and devoted community, the Charles-Bruneau Foundation team surpasses itself every year, raising ever more funds to finance important pediatric cancer research projects.

We’re looking for

We are looking for an individual who will be responsible for implementing communication strategies with the Fondation’s corporate partners and donors. In this role, she will accompany and support corporate partners in the deployment of their communications and marketing actions surrounding their involvement with the Foundation. She promotes the organization’s image, mission and values to our partners.

Your responsibilities include

  • Develop deployment strategies and produce various communications and marketing tools for partner campaigns and corporate teams;
  • Support the development team in approaching new partners;
  • Implement visibility actions related to partnership plans (sponsorships) and carry out the necessary follow-ups;
  • Accompany partners in the realization of their activations and ensure follow-up;
  • Develop and produce communication tools related to non-event fundraising strategies: corporate donations, major campaigns, payroll deductions, etc;
  • Implement partner recognition plans (including thank-you operations) for all events and other fundraising activities conducted by the Foundation (corporate donations and recognition wall, payroll deductions, etc.) and ensure the necessary follow-ups;
  • Participate in the Foundation’s general recognition plan – Ensure the follow-ups mentioned in the plan, the creation of the necessary material for the team and the deployment of recognition actions on an annual basis;
  • Produce customized visibility reports for partners following events, campaigns or major donations;
  • Carry out scheduling and budget tracking for communications and marketing projects and strategies under his/her responsibility;
  • Accompany the events team in the field during major events.

Do you recognize yourself?

  • You have a bachelor’s degree in communications or another relevant field;
  • You have a minimum of 3 years’ experience in a similar role;
  • You are recognized for your excellent organizational skills and sense of initiative;
  • You are a self-starter with good interpersonal skills;
  • You have a proven ability to manage multiple priorities, adapt to tight and changing deadlines, and work under pressure;
  • You have strong writing skills and an excellent command of written and spoken French;
  • You have a good command of spoken and written English;
  • You have a basic knowledge of graphics software;
  • Familiarity with Prodon software is an asset.

 

What you’ll find at the Charles-Bruneau Foundation 

  • A dynamic and stimulating team;
  • A term of approximately one year (maternity leave replacement);
  • A full-time position (35 hours per week);
  • Competitive remuneration;
  • A flexible work schedule;
  • The possibility of telecommuting;
  • Offices conveniently located in Montreal, near the Pie-IX and Viau metros.

 

Are you interested?

If you are interested in this position, please send your cover letter and resume no later than March 6, 2024 to recrutement@charlesbruneau.qc.ca.

We thank everyone for their interest. Successful candidates will be contacted for an interview.

 


Event Communications Intern

The mission of the Charles-Bruneau Foundation is to give all children with cancer the best possible chance of recovery by funding research and supporting the development of projects dedicated to pediatric hemato-oncology.

The Charles-Bruneau Foundation is renowned for the high quality of its major events. Its team of passionate and creative professionals puts on 4 major events every year: a cycling tour, a ball field hockey tournament, a kayak and paddleboard challenge, and a gastronomic evening. Surrounded by a committed and devoted community, the Fondation Charles-Bruneau team surpasses itself every year, raising ever more funds to finance important pediatric cancer research projects.

Would you like to:

Gain experience in a stimulating internship while feeling you’re making a difference?
Learn and collaborate in a humane, flexible and dynamic environment?
Put your communications skills to good use?

We’re looking for :

We’re looking for a communications student who wants to gain valuable experience by supporting our Marketing Communications team. During your internship, you will have the opportunity to participate in the ideation and production of communications tools as part of the promotion of various charitable events.

Main responsibilities :

  • Participate in event communications planning meetings;
  • Participation in strategies and execution of public relations plans, social networks and other aspects of event communications;
  • Content research and production;
  • During the week of the Tour CIBC Charles-Bruneau event (June 29 to July 5), support for social networking, website updates and support for the communications team for all requests;
  • Presence at the finish site in Boucherville on July 5 to support the communications team;
  • Coordination of thanks to participants, volunteers, partners and families;
  • Support the logistics coordinator team as needed.

 

Do you recognize yourself?

  • You have a university degree in communications;
  • You have good writing skills;
  • You are recognized for your dynamism and professionalism;
  • You enjoy teamwork;
  • You like to show initiative.

 

Internship conditions

Duration of internship: Ideally, the internship will start in April 2024 and end in July 2024 (a lump-sum compensation is offered at the end of the internship). The duration of the internship may vary, depending on the intern’s availability.

Location: Our offices are located at 4515, rue de Rouen in Montreal.

Schedule: between 2 and 3 days a week, depending on the intern’s availability.

Are you interested?

If you are interested in this position, please send your cover letter and curriculum vitae no later than March 10, 2024 to: recrutement@charlesbruneau.qc.ca

We thank everyone for their interest. Those selected for an interview will be contacted.