Marketing Coordinator – Cooperative for Ecological Proximity Agriculture

Bio Winter premises
In consultation with the Logistics Committee, finalize the allocations to producers, the contents of the baskets and validate the prices;
Adjust forecasts of basket contents based on customer response;
Ensure the supply from member producers according to the planned schedule and by making the necessary adjustments according to the availability of products and the number of baskets each week;
Recruit suppliers of complementary products according to customer demand, according to fair procedures and in line with the values ​​of CAPÉ;
Ensure the management and development of delivery points;
Recruit, train and ensure good continuous communication with the managers of the delivery points and the volunteers;
Coordinate volunteers at drop-off points;
Organize routes and schedule of deliveries;
Organize orders and deliveries of products on the online store, if applicable;
Coordinate monitoring of prices and quality standards of the competition.

Communications with stakeholders
Be the pivot and the driving force between the producers’ vision and the project itself;
Monitor the respect of the attributions by the producers;
Ensure telephone availability for volunteers and staff during delivery periods to resolve logistical or customer service issues;
Communicate periodically to producers on the status of the project;
Liaise with the APMQ and negotiate the space rental agreement;
Organize a volunteer thank you event at the end of the season.
Administration and management
Validate the purchase order and the invoice from the producers;
Ensure the budget monitoring of the project;
Develop and improve IT tools (Excel in particular).
Human ressources
Determination of HR needs and recruitment;
Train, support and supervise the work of the employees under his charge: clerk, manager, delivery people, etc.
Ensure the dissemination of information within the Winter Bio Locals team;
Hold short weekly meetings to take stock of the project.
Angus Market
Ensure the strategic and operational planning of the market;
Ensure the recruitment of exhibitors (producers, traders and artisans) and volunteers;
Regulate the administrative and legal aspects necessary for the proper functioning of the markets: MAPAQ license, liquor control, fire service, insurance, etc. (supported by management);
Ensure the monitoring and financial management of rental spaces on the market with exhibitors;
Support the design and implementation of communication strategies ensuring traffic and good market visibility (with the support of a communication officer);
Operate the assembly and logistics of the market with the support of a committed employee and volunteers;
Ensure that exhibitors respect the equipment and maintain the truck during the market season.

Skills and experience sought
Hold a university degree in a relevant field or an equivalent combination of education, professional training and experience;
At least two years relevant work experience;
Have experience in project management;
Have experience in human resources management;
Excellent sense of organization, spirit of initiative, thoroughness and resourcefulness; • Autonomy, versatility, good work structure, logical mind;
Good ability to manage multiple priorities;
Very good interpersonal skills and sense of negotiation;
Good listening skills; • Demonstrated leadership skills;
Excellent oral and written communication skills in French;
Have an interest in ecological local agriculture;
Have an excellent knowledge of Excel;
Knowledge of other Office tools and the Google Drive suite
Be familiar with social networks and other communication tools;
Good physical shape, ability to lift loads and work in various weather conditions (heat, rain, etc.);
Have a forklift license;
Possess a valid class 5 driver’s license in Quebec.

Working conditions
Hours from Monday to Friday generally from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. from November to May during the winter Bio Locaux period. The Angus market requires work on Friday evenings from the end of May to the end of October;
Between 30 and 40 hours per week depending on the workload;
The person occupying this position may be called upon to work occasionally on weekends, during events;
The workplace is located on the island of Montreal;
Start as soon as possible;

Compensation is based on qualifications and experience.
Applications (curriculum vitae and cover letter) must be sent by electronic mail to with the subject line “Marketing Coordination application”. Only selected candidates will be contacted. Join a dynamic growing cooperative, join the ranks of CAPÉ!