January 6, 2005 – The Ontario Cycling Association (OCA) is the provincial sport organization governing the sport of Cycling.Members are competitive and recreational cyclists between the ages of 5 and 80.
The Ontario Cycling Association requires an enthusiastic, mature and hard-working person to co-ordinate office activities as well as provide support to the Executive Director, the membership, and the Board of Directors.
Position Type: Part Time (10-15 hours per week)
-Excellent, communication & organizational skills;
-Proficient computer skills; strong knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite;
-Knowledge of office administration procedures;
-Basic accounting / banking knowledge is an asset;
-Familiarity with membership newsletters;
-Experience with Charity Bingo reporting;
-General Report writing;
-Strong communication skills, both oral and written
This position offers excellent growth, development opportunities and flexible hours.Some weekend and evening work may be required.
Contribute to all general OCA communication materials, including the newsletters, handbooks, the Annual General Meeting Report and the OCA’s website.
Charity Bingo Reporting
Assist with planning special events and meetings
Grant & letter writing
VISA / Bank deposits
Other administrative tasks as required
As a small association, we expect a team player who will help wherever necessary
Managing Personal Effectiveness
Self-motivated and accountable for results through focused attention on achieving goals; takes action and ownership.
Enjoys multi-tasking in a fast-paced environment with a proven ability to manage a broad workload.
Superior organizational skills in planning and completing projects by agreed deadlines; high attention to detail and accuracy.
Proven administration experience and skills. At least 3 years work experience, preferably in a not for profit or sports environment
Please submit your resume with salary expectations (email preferred – Word Format), by January 17th, 2005.
Ontario Cycling Association
1185 Eglinton Ave East, Suite 408