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We are Chandos

Inclusion. Collaboration. Ingenuity. Innovation.

These values speak to our desire to create places where all people belong, listening and learning from one another in a way that sparks ideas and leads to positive changes in our industry and community. If they resonate with you too, we should talk!

We are 100 percent employee owned and proud to be the first and largest B Corp certified commercial builder in North America, meaning we put our values at the centre of everything we do.

Continuous improvement is core to our success. Championing innovative and collaborative ways to build is just one example of that. Collaborative construction leads to more efficiency, cost savings, social value, and a much better working experience for everyone. [NM1]

Every day, our teams are working to build places for people to live, work, learn, serve, and play. But above all, we're building community. And, we're looking for like-minded people to join us. Together, we can build a better world.

Communications Advisor Role

Reporting to the director, marketing and communications, the strategic communications advisor will support the development and maintenance of digital, print, and event-based communications and tools that align with the strategies and further the mandate of the Chandos brand.

As a member of the marketing and communications teams, you'll be responsible to plan and execute operational and strategic communications for both internal and external audiences. In this exciting new role, you'll work closely with a diverse range of stakeholders from various departments including human resources, Indigenous relations, innovation, and operations.

Additional details

You're a big picture thinker who can quickly assess a situation and connect the dots.

Impeccable proofreading and writing skills are second nature to you. You regularly draft key messages, briefing notes, news articles, media releases, and presentations.

You have a streak of creativity and experience drafting copy for the web.

The value of working through a process and keeping organized with templates and shared documents is important to you but you're flexible enough to adjust as needed.

You can manage large communication projects, like annual reports, and keep multiple stakeholders engaged and on track. At the same time, you're rolling up your sleeves to get the small stuff done.

You've got a good range of experience with digital tools including intranets, websites, media monitoring, social media management, etc.


A post-secondary degree in journalism, public relations, communications, marketing, or a related field is required. A combination of education and work experience will be considered.

Three to five years of experience planning, implementing, and evaluating communications and engagement plans, especially for employee audiences.

Strong facilitation skills and the ability to work in a team-based environment with multiple stakeholders.

Excellent oral communication, superior writing skills, and well-established interpersonal skills.

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