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Industry & Partnerships Coordinator

Are you highly organized, enjoy managing small projects and finding creative ways to connect problems with solutions? Centre for Digital Media’s Industry and Partnerships Coordinator may be the right job for you!

Position Type: Full time; Subject Matter Expert; Non-Management
Salary Range: $50,000-60,000 annually + benefits including a 10% wage stipend in lieu of pension benefits
Hybrid Work Environment: position eligible to work remotely up to 2 days per week. 
Experience: Min. 5 years related professional experience and post-secondary diploma required.

Centre for Digital Media (CDM) is a partnership of four leading academic institutions: UBC, SFU, ECU, BCIT. CDM provides high quality post-graduate education in the field of digital media, including its internationally renowned Master of Digital Media program. Part of the up-and-coming Creative District in Vancouver, CDM is dedicated to building access to digital futures.

CDM is seeking a highly motivated, curious, and organized Industry and Partnerships Coordinator. The Coordinator will be responsible for providing administrative support for CDM’s work with digital media and other industry partners. The role will manage workflows, provide admin support for contracts and deadlines and maintain accurate records. They will look for new opportunities and ways for CDM to bring value to partnerships. Duties include organizing a speakers’ bureau and alumni community. Key strengths for a successful Industry and Partnership Coordinator are organization, creativity, brand positioning or sales knowledge. This is a role that can grow with your career!

If an opportunity to use your people-centric approach to administrative work and your passion for supporting learners sounds exciting to you, please review the job description here

Apply to with your resume and cover letter by July 25, 2024.

Centre for Digital Media is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage those from equity seeking groups as defined by the B.C. Human Rights Code, including sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, racialization, disability, political belief, religion, marital or family status, age, and/or status as a First Nation, Metis, Inuit, or Indigenous person, to apply. If you require accommodation during the application process, please contact We are seeking the best person for the role, not the person who best navigates traditional recruitment practices.