Looking for a valuable summer employment experience? We're hiring Business Support Associates and Visitors Info Coordinators! See below for details.
Please note that these positions are funded through a grant by the Canada Summer Jobs program. The program provides wage subsidies to employers from not‐for‐profit organizations, the public sector, and private sector organizations with 50 or fewer full‐time employees, to create quality summer work experiences for young people aged 15 to 30 years. Funded employers are not restricted to hiring students — all youth aged 15 to 30 years may be eligible participants.
Business Support Associate
Summer Internship 2021
Term of Employment: May 17 ~ June 28 to August 20, 2020 (min 8 to max 14 weeks, depending on successful candidate’s availability)
Hours: Approximately 30 to 35 hours week (may include some weekends or holidays)
The Delta Chamber of Commerce is seeking applications for Business Support Associate internship positions to work in business‐related initiatives which support the economic resilience and recovery of Delta businesses in connection with the COVID‐19 pandemic, and to better understand how the Delta Chamber of Commerce can effectively advocate for them with decision‐makers at all levels of government. This position is well‐suited for those interested in business, political science, economic development.
Visitor Information Coordinator
Summer Internship 2021
Term of Employment: June 28 to August 20, 2020 (8 weeks)
Hours: Approximately 30 to 35 hours week (includes weekends and holidays)
The Delta Visitor Information Centre, operated by the Delta Chamber of Commerce, is seeking applications for the role of seasonal Visitor Information Coordinator to work as an ambassador for our community and the Province of British Columbia. This position is well‐suited for those interested in business/marketing, community and/or economic development, or tourism.
Due to the current global circumstances with COVID‐19, this summer these positions will be focused primarily on supporting hyper‐local, local, and regional tourism opportunities and resources; with a focus on encouraging local residents to (re)discover what’s available to them within their own community and region.