Volunteer York Region

Public Relations Coordinator

Special Olympics Ontario
Published
February 26, 2019
Location
Aurora
Suitable for OSSD?
No
Police Check
Not Required
Training
Orientation, Training on-the-job
Minimum Age
21
Contact Name
Nancy Black
Contact Title
Volunteer Coordinator

Description

  • Internal communication: To ensure that all constituents are aware of what is going on in their community
  • External communication: To ensure the rest of the community can be a part of Special Olympics
  • To coordinate the community’s public relations efforts by ensuring that the public, the media and all interested persons are aware of Special Olympics Ontario programs in the community
  • In conjunction with the Community Council, prepare a Public Relations strategy for the community
  • Create media releases, public service announcements for the community to promote upcoming events, competitions and fundraisers
  • Coordinate the creation of a bi-monthly newsletter to ensure all stakeholders in the community are made aware of events
  • Assist Head Coaches in preparing flyers to advertise the start of the sports season or other special events
  • Act as a resource in all areas of public relations to the community as a whole
  • Attend all community meetings and report on behalf of your position and/or committee
  • Upon vacating the position all files etc. must be passed on to the new Public Relations Coordinator
  • Review and be familiar with sections 1,3,6,13 and 18 of the information portal
  • Maintain Special Olympics e-mail address that is provided to you if applicable
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