The Western Milk Pool Coordinator is a full-time, two year contract position to provide analytical/policy support plus administrative functions for the Western Milk Pool (WMP) Members Committee and sub-committees. The Coordinator can live and work out of any of the Western Provinces and will be required to travel to meetings within Canada.
The Coordinator is accountable for technical analysis, effective meeting planning and organization, minutes, action plans, etc. The Coordinator will develop and manage communication for various committees and WMP initiatives. Communication with dairy producers and industry stakeholders on administrative policies and procedure matters plays a very important role in this position. The high profile and sensitivity of issues being dealt with demands this individual display a high degree of professionalism and the ability to deal with all levels of industry in an expeditious and diplomatic manner. The right person can build this job into a permanent position.
How to Apply
Please submit your cover letter and resume to email@example.com. For more information, contact Daria Taylor at 780-577-3324.
This position will close once a suitable candidate has been found.
About the Western Milk Pool
The Western Milk Pool was formed in 1997 whereby the four Western provinces (Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia) implemented an all-milk pool where revenues and markets for all milk classes are shared. The existence of this pool allows for harmonization to take place between the four provinces, with an emphasis on milk transportation, milk receiving at plants, milk allocation to plants, innovation, and trade. The Members Committee membership includes the Executive Committee members from each of the four provincially based Boards.