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Canada's Walk of Fame is Hiring!

May 16, 2012

 Canada's Walk of Fame's Marketing and Communications Department is seeking a talented and experienced Interactive Marketing Coordinator. S/he will complement a dynamic and results-oriented team, providing guidance to the marketing communications team in all Interactive Marketing channels including web development, online marketing and advertising, mobile marketing, e-mail marketing, strategic social media, and digital promotions. The ideal candidate understands the latest trends in Interactive Marketing and has experience managing multiple interactive projects and stakeholders to produce integrated digital campaigns that align with overall marketing and communications objectives.

The incumbent will report to the Director, Marketing and Communications. 



Interested candidates should forward their resume and a covering letter (Word or PDF documents only) to:

Kathleen Sloan
Director, Marketing and Communications
Canada's Walk of Fame
210 St. Clair Ave. West, 3rd Floor, Toronto Ont. M4V 1R2
kathleen@canadaswalkoffame.com| Fax: 416-367-0090

Please include Interactive Marketing Coordinator in your subject line.

We thank all applicants for their interest; only those selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone enquiries please. Canada's Walk of Fame is an equal opportunity employer.

About Canada's Walk of Fame

Established in 1998, Canada’s Walk of Fame (CWOF) aims to educate, inform, and inspire through the permanent celebration of achievements in Canadian music, sport, film and television as well as the literary, visual and performing arts, and science and innovation.  In 2010, CWOF expanded to include a four-day festival of music, comedy and film featuring some of Canada’s most popular and iconic performers. The annual celebration culminates in a televised tribute special that honours Canada’s finest stars from the worlds of arts, entertainment and sports. Each inductee is immortalized, their names forever cemented into the sidewalks of Toronto’s Entertainment District. To-date, 137 Canadians have been honoured, including Margaret Atwood, Howie Mandel, Steve Nash, Michael J. Fox and Blue Rodeo. A complete list of inductees along with more information on Canada’s Walk of Fame can be found at www.canadaswalkoffame.com.