Town of Banff Bow Valley Immigration Partnership Coordinator

Community Services
Town of Banff
110 Bear St, Banff, AB

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The Bow Valley Immigration Partnership (BVIP) is a collective impact initiative involving dozens of groups, organizations, and individuals who are working to build a more welcoming and inclusive community, where immigrants and non-immigrants connect, thrive, and know they belong. One of over 80 Local Immigration Partnerships (LIPs) across Canada, BVIP is funded by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) to identify and address local integration needs. The Town of Banff proudly supports this multi-sector initiative as the contract holder with IRCC.

The Bow Valley Immigration Partnership Coordinator is responsible for managing day to day operations of the Bow Valley Immigration Partnership including supervision of supporting staff and contractors as well as management of staff-led projects and activities. The coordinator facilitates long term strategic planning, guides implementation of BVIP members’ shared strategy, leads periodic research efforts, and maintains strong relationships with a variety of interested and affected parties.

You model your commitment to principles of diversity and inclusion and are able to apply your interpersonal experiences to diplomatically and tactfully manage sensitive discussions with diverse groups and organizations. You are confident in your knowledge of newcomer settlement and integration processes and challenges in Canada and as a further asset are able to communicate in languages in addition to English. This position sometimes conducts work across seven days a week and in evenings. You are familiar with the Bow Valley (geography, community and services) and are able to drive throughout the region. A valid Class 5 Alberta licence, a clear driver’s abstract and an RCMP criminal background check with vulnerable sector clearance will be required on hire.

Working safely is a condition of employment at the Town of Banff. As part of our internal responsibility system, all employees are accountable for adhering to Occupational Health and Safety legislation and Town of Banff safety protocols. The Town of Banff’s safety culture philosophy is one of continuous improvement, so we look forward to your suggestions to make our workplace even safer.

For your safety and the safety of others, you will be required to demonstrate (in writing from an authorized Health Services site) that you are fully vaccinated for COVID-19 (2 doses) as of your hire date.

If you have a proven track record of working collaboratively with multiple stakeholders to make things happen, experience of facilitating groups, processes, community engagement, strategies and action plans, successful marketing experience, are an excellent communicator & motivator and have a strong commitment to diversity we would be interested in hearing from you.

Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: BVIP and the Town of Banff are committed to building a workplace where everyone can succeed and belong. We value a wide range of skills, experiences, and backgrounds and encourage all qualified candidates to apply. We’re working to eliminate barriers for applicants and team members from equity-deserving groups. To request an accommodation during the application or hiring process, please contact Kayla Elford (She/Her) at or phone (403) 762-1232.

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This position will remain posted until filled.

To apply please submit a copy of your resume and cover letter to:


Fax: 403.762.1260

Mail: Town of Banff, Box 1260, Banff, AB, T1L 1A1

Drop off: 110 Bear Street

The Bow Valley Immigration Partnership and the Town of Banff appreciates the interest from all applicants and will directly contact those being considered for an interview.