Sheridan College serving approximately 17,000 full-time students annually at its campuses in Brampton, Mississauga and Oakville, is one of Canada's premier educational institutes, dedicated to exceptional applied learning and graduate success. A leader in providing skills-based educational programming that integrates theory with application, Sheridan attracts students from across Canada and around the world, and is nationally and internationally recognized for excellence in visual and performing arts, business, digital media and communications, and community service studies.
A wide range of programs and credentials including pre-apprenticeship and apprenticeship training, one-year certificate and graduate certificates, two- and three-year diplomas, and Bachelor's degrees in applied areas of study are available. Sheridan also offers a number of collaborative degree programs through partnerships with the University of Toronto at Mississauga and York University. The Director of Corporate Communications and External Relations is critical to promoting the image of Sheridan and providing timely information, key to the local and international success and development of Sheridan College.
Reporting to the Vice President, Advancement and External Relations, the Director, Corporate Communications and External Relations is responsible for professional expert advice on communications policy, planning, and strategic positioning of the College. The Director develops strong and collaborative relationships with and support for internal and external constituencies in fulfillment of the Corporate Communications and External Relations mandate. The Director is responsible for developing and implementing a comprehensive communications plan which will position the College in a prominent way within the communities served by Sheridan.
With a career of progressively more senior communications management mandates, your experience spans public relations, community relations, government relations, media relations, social media, communication strategy and implementation. With your hands on style you have thrived in large, complex organizations, have a strong appreciation for the education sector, and know how best to harness opportunities in strengthening the success of an organization.
To explore this opportunity, please send your résumé in confidence to (click to respond) or to apply online go to: www.odgersberndtson.ca/en/careers/10811 .
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