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Malatest is one of Canada's largest independently owned and operated social research companies with office

locations in Victoria, Edmonton, Ottawa, and Toronto.

The role of the Marketing Coordinator is a new position at Malatest. The position reports to the Vice-President

Business Development and works with an existing team of proposal/business development writers. The Marketing

Coordinator will support new and ongoing business opportunities and project communication initiatives, primarily

in the public sector. Our Marketing Coordinator will be comfortable with developing promotional materials and

using a range of social media platforms to promote the company. This position will be located in Victoria,

Edmonton, or Ottawa, depending on the candidate selected.

If you have an interest in the research Malatest provides and are looking for an opportunity to diversify your

learning and experience related to a range of business development opportunities, this position would be of

interest to you. Our ideal candidate will be a strong writer and will have had exposure to marketing,

communications, graphic design, outreach for sales, and/or project management.

Areas of our research focus are diverse; however, some common areas include health, education, employment

and the labour market, housing, and transportation.

Key areas of responsibility include:

  • Identifying potential clients and coordinating meetings for Malatest's senior management
  • Supporting identification of potential market areas (e.g. staying current with new business opportunities)
  • Participating in direct marketing initiatives, which could include email/telephone contact with prospective
  • clients
  • Supporting the development of marketing materials (e.g. sales sheets, presentations)
  • Contributing to the development of business plans and business cases for new initiatives
  • Coordinating communications with potential subcontractors
  • Coordinating/contributing to Malatest social media content
  • Completing other activities as needed in support of business development unit


  • Undergraduate/graduate degree/diploma in marketing, communications, business administration, English,
  • graphic design, social sciences, or other relevant field of study. Minimum of undergraduate degree or


  • Essential skills and aptitudes:

o Ability to write complex text efficiently and to a high level of quality

o Critical thinking and professional business acumen/judgment

o Excellent written and verbal communication skills

o Ability to manage time and tasks to self-monitor and work collaboratively with others

o Proficiency with MS Office and other relevant programs (e.g. InDesign, Affinity Designer, Affinity


o Legally entitled to work in Canada and able to obtain security clearances from the Industrial Security

Directorate Division of Public Services and Procurement Canada

  • Desired skills and aptitudes:

o Graphic design experience

o Comfort using and creating content for a variety of social media platforms

1 As the nature of our work requires project to project work, schedules are posted to maintain the needs of the business and remain subject to

change. There can be no promise of permanent employment following the completion of this project.

o Minimum of two years applied work experience in a client-focused environment with responsibility for

managing time and multiple projects from inception to completion

Working Conditions

Malatest is a fast-paced, dynamic work environment. This position will support multiple projects simultaneously,

under the pressure of deadlines. The work requires extensive use of a computer and advanced computer skills are

required. The work will also require making phone calls and sending emails to support sales activities.

The successful applicant must be able to self-monitor, constructively handle feedback, and strive for continuous

improvement. Standard office hours of operation are Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 5:00pm, though some

flexibility is possible for the right candidate.

This position must demonstrate clear and collaborative communications with multiple departments.

Employees must demonstrate a high level of integrity and attention to detail, an ability to work independently,

and the ability to accept responsibility for the quality and completion of assigned work.

Why Work for Malatest?

Malatest is a dynamic and fast-paced research project work environment. This position will support a variety of

diverse projects with subject matter experts and includes opportunities for learning and development.


Team Player Client-Focus Business Acumen

Continuous Learning Quality Orientation Dedication to Excellence

Posted: July 27, 2021 Closing Date: August 27, 2021

Locations: Victoria, BC; Edmonton, AB; or Ottawa, ON

Hours of Work: Full-time (40 hours per week); schedules may vary based on work requirements; flexibility to work other

hours and/or overtime during busy times

Rate of Pay: $50,000.00 per year (based on qualifications) plus revenue-based bonus, high standards of

excellence and performance may lead to further career advancement opportunities

How to Apply?

Submit your resume, cover letter, and application form to Malatest. No calls please.

Please quote the competition number RAM-21A within the subject line and content of your application by e-mail.

By Mail:

E-mail: (Word or pdf) Fax:

858 Pandora Ave

Via Isarta 1-888-384-2774

Victoria BC V8W 1P4

Malatest is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any employee or applicant from employment for

which the employee or applicant is most qualified. You are welcome to identify within your application if you belong to one of

the four designated equity groups: women, Aboriginal peoples, persons with disabilities and/or members of visible minorities.

1 As the nature of our work requires project to project work, schedules are posted to maintain the needs of the business and remain subject to

change. There can be no promise of permanent employment following the completion of this project.

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