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Job Locations CA-ON-Toronto
Posted Date 21 hours ago(6/22/2021 2:41 PM)
CFIB takes direction from more than 95,000 members in every business sector nationwide. We give independent business a strong and influential voice at all levels of government, support them with the tools, advice and resources they need and provide them with exclusive savings and services. We are looking for you to help us deliver on our mission!   We have an exciting opportunity for a talented Coordinator, Marketing Partnerships and Projects on a 6-month contract. This position could work from our Toronto office.  A hybrid with a work from home arrangement is available for this position and work from home is required during the pandemic.   Reporting to the Senior Director, Member Experience and Strategy. you will be responsible for coordinating meetings, agreements and projects for CFIB’s marketing partnerships. Marketing partnerships at CFIB include sponsorship of strategic initiatives such as the #SmallBusinessEveryDay campaign, Small Business Saturday, thought leadership (research, webinars), and cross-promotional opportunities. This is the ideal job for you if you are detail oriented and love galvanizing teams to achieve something greater together, and ensuring projects run smoothly and deadlines are met.    Primary Responsibilities: - Communicate with marketing partners, including sponsors and supporters of CFIB’s #SmallBusinessEveryDay campaign, to ensure they have the full picture of opportunities with CFIB, know how they can optimally support and cross-promote CFIB’s initiatives. - Galvanize and coordinate CFIB team members for key marketing initiatives (#SmallBusinessEveryDay, Small Business Saturday, etc.) to ensure projects run smoothly from creation through to execution.  - Book and prepare internal meetings on key projects and meetings between marketing partners and CFIB’s marketing team. - Regularly update partners on campaign performance and upcoming plans and opportunities.  - Coordinate assessment of ongoing and prospective marketing partnerships, and: - Respond to incoming enquiries from prospective marketing partners - Proactively identify and reach out to prospective marketing partners who meet the criteria, promoting the benefits of partnering with CFIB - Facilitate meetings for CFIB’s team to evaluate existing partnerships and explore ways they might be deepened/expanded - Improve internal processes for marketing partnerships, from initial contact through to negotiating terms/agreements, and execution. - Coordinate and promote all CFIB’s webinars working with internal and external stakeholders to set the details, execute a good promotion plan, ensure a smooth delivery for members (attendees) and external and internal presenters. Build and maintain a comprehensive calendar of upcoming webinars and report on the activities to inform future decisions. - Collaborate with the Marketing Team and broader divisions within CFIB on strategic initiatives to support CFIB’s organizational goals. - Coordinate invoicing and payments between marketing partners and CFIB’s Finance department.   Ideal Candidate: - 3-5 years of practical experience coordinating projects. In addition, experience working with marketing partners and their agencies, social media teams, and communications teams - A College Diploma or University Degree in Communications, Marketing, Business or related discipline - High degree of proficiency with Microsoft Office suite, including Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Excel and familiarity with Ms Teams. - Experience building, managing, and executing marketing campaigns, including email, webinars, and online programs, including working with partners and their Agencies, social media teams, and communications teams. - Excellent and professional written and verbal communications skills. - Strong project and time management skills to deliver on multiple projects and timelines. - Experience steering projects to ensure they meet business needs. - A mind for creative thinking and understanding of business strategy, particularly marketing strategy. - A team player with excellent interpersonal skills to work collaboratively with Marketing team, as well as other internal and external contacts. - Bilingualism in English and French would be a strong asset.   We have an informal but highly professional and collaborative environment. Our main office in Toronto is conveniently located just one block north of York Mills Station, in close proximity to the 401 on Yonge Street.   A work from home arrangement may be required during the pandemic.  As Canada’s largest association of small and medium-sized businesses, CFIB is in business to provide them with the resources they need, give them more value, and have their voice heard at all level of governments.   Be a part of the solution and apply today!   CFIB is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities through the interview process and while employed. If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs.  
Job ID
2021-3208
Department
Marketing and Communications
Job Locations CA-QC-Montreal
Posted Date 20 hours ago(6/22/2021 3:18 PM)
The Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) is the country’s champion of small businesses. We are Canada’s largest non-profit organization devoted to creating and supporting an environment where small businesses can succeed. We have an exciting opportunity for a Bilingual Advisor, Human Resources Advisor and Organizational Development in our Montreal office.  A hybrid with a work from home arrangement is available for this position and work from home is required during the pandemic.   Reporting to the Senior Vice-President, People and Culture, and in cohesion with the Human Resources Department, you will be responsible for providing Human Resources services to francophone managers and employees in Quebec, as well as carrying out focused organizational development projects across Canada.   MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES:  - Understand the specifics of the organization in terms of philosophy and structure, as well as general operations and HR management. - Consult with HR management to ensure alignment of all departments: - Respond to employee inquiries, payroll, benefits, and other requests, as well as ensure processing until issue is resolved. - Provide ongoing coaching and guidance to Quebec management staff on HR issues - Support the recruiting team and managers with hiring in Quebec and actively participate in the management of specific employee relations cases. - Inform HR management of the various issues, legislations, and standards in Quebec, propose appropriate updates and ensure the application of CFIB policies, while respecting the reality and legislation in Quebec. - Actively contribute to organizational development in areas such as: workforce and compensation planning, continuous training, employer branding, integration - mobilization - retention, diversity - inclusion, performance management and succession.   QUALIFICATIONS:  - University degree in Human Resources or related field along with professional HR designation (CHRP, CHRL, CRHA or in progress) - 5 years experience as a Human Resources generalist providing support to employees and teams at all levels, ideally with specific organizational development projects. - Knowledge of compensation, Canadian labour law, labour standards, Canadian Human Rights Act, various human rights codes, pay equity and Quebec labour legislation is required. - Proficiency in Microsoft 365 (PowerPoint, Excel, Word and Outlook), knowledge of Microsoft Teams, CRM/SharePoint and experience with HRIS systems an asset. - Must demonstrate excellent interpersonal and communication skills with a proven ability to develop good relationships and building credibility based on trust - Bilingualism and excellent writing skills in English and French. - Strong relationship-building, interpersonal and communication skills, professionalism, diplomacy, and discretion to ensure credibility based on trust   We have an informal but highly professional and collaborative work environment. As Canada’s largest association of small and medium-sized businesses, CFIB is in business to provide them with the resources they need, give them more value, and have their voice heard at all levels of government.  Be a part of the solution and apply today!                CFIB is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities through the interview process and while employed. If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs.
Job ID
2021-3206
Department
Human Resources/Payroll
Job Locations CA-ON-Toronto
Posted Date 2 days ago(6/21/2021 11:30 AM)
CFIB takes direction from more than 95,000 members in every business sector nationwide. We give independent business a strong and influential voice at all levels of government, support them with the tools, advice and resources they need and provide them with exclusive savings and services. We are looking for you to help us deliver on our mission!   We have an exciting opportunity for a full-time position as a Bilingual Human Resources/Payroll Coordinator in our Toronto office location. A hybrid with a work from home arrangement may be available for this position and work from home is required during the pandemic.   Reporting to the Director of Human Resources, you will be primarily responsible for ensuring successful, smooth and efficient business operations in the HR/Payroll department. The HR/Payroll Coordinator has both administrative and project coordination responsibilities, helping our team plan and administer important functions, such as recruiting, onboarding, orientation, employee wellness, health and safety, adoption of new technologies, maintaining current programs and implementing new ones while adopting new tools and continuously improving processes.   Highlight of Responsibilities Include: - In collaboration with the HR/Payroll team, utilize and update CFIB’s communication channels and systems - Accurately update CFIB policies and ensure English and French are the same - Responsible for coordinating, monitoring and improving HR related programs - stay up to date with pandemic related updates and assist HR management with various related tasks - Coordination duties to support payroll processing, benefit administration and payroll accounting - Assist Payroll with drafting termination and resignation letters in timely manner - Assist with creating/generating reports as needed - Actively participate in the onboarding process to ensure a smooth transition from the recruiting through to a successful and positive onboarding experience for newly hired employees - Organize and/or conduct orientation sessions - Ensure compliance with regulatory requirements as it relates to the full cycle recruitment process - Participate in other HR and Payroll initiatives and projects as needed - Develop and maintain a positive working relationship with sales management colleagues and appropriately liaise with them   Experience and Skills Include: - Post-secondary degree, preferably in HR, business, or related field - 2 years work experience in HR or Payroll environment - Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English and French - Projects a positive attitude and consistently demonstrates a supportive approach that reflects HR/Payroll’s reputation as a supportive mechanism, ensuring our high standards of service are maintained - Consistently demonstrates the highest degree of respect for confidentiality to build trust and confidence with internal clients across the organization and demonstrated tact and discretion in all communication - A solid team player with excellent customer service, interpersonal and problem solving skills - Proven organization skills with a demonstrated ability to often re-shift focus and re-prioritize as needed in order to keep up with the demands of multiple stakeholders - Must be a self-starter and be proactive in executing responsibilities - Excellent communication skills, interpersonal skills, ethics, and cultural awareness - Resourceful, problem-solving aptitude and thorough knowledge of CFIB procedures and policies - High aptitude for learning new technical systems, as needed - Strong attention to detail with a versatility to move things along quickly when necessary - Continuously looking to improve and simplify processes while maintaining existing programs - High level of expertise in Microsoft Office Excel, Word and Outlook - Ability to multi-task, prioritize and work under pressure - Working toward CHRP or PCP would be a strong asset We have an informal but highly professional and collaborative environment. Our main office in Toronto is conveniently located just one block north of York Mills Station, in close proximity to the 401 on Yonge Street.   A hybrid arrangement of work from home and in the office may be accommodated.  A work from home arrangement is required during the pandemic.   As Canada’s largest association of small and medium-sized businesses, CFIB is in business to provide independent business owners with the resources they need, give them more value, and have their voice heard at all level of government.    Be a part of the solution and apply today!      CFIB is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities through the interview process and while employed. If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs.
Job ID
2021-3205
Department
Human Resources/Payroll
Job Locations CA-BC-Courtenay | CA-BC-Comox
Posted Date 1 week ago(6/15/2021 1:13 PM)
As a Territory Sales Manager (District Manager) for CFIB, you’ll be promoting these services to small local businesses. This entails multiple daily meetings with existing members to update them on CFIB’s progress and offering, as well as prospecting for new members.    Why become a Territory Sales Manager?  - Autonomy: High degree of independence to drive for successful results - Advancement: Most of our sales leadership team started as Territory Sales Managers – we promote from within! - Mission-driven: Every day, you’re helping business owners succeed.   What makes a successful Territory Sales Manager? - A motivated self-starter - A sales professional who thrives in an independent work environment, meeting with business owners and entrepreneurs every day - Experience in business-to-business sales, or experience owning a business - Someone who enjoys both prospecting for new clients and meeting with existing clients - Someone with management aspirations and/or experience Compensation and benefits  - Mixed compensation structure: salary + commission + bonus - Monthly expenses - Matched RRSP contributions - Comprehensive health benefits, paid by employer - Life insurance / LTD coverage  Note: This position requires access to a vehicle and a valid driver’s license.     Apply now!   With 95,000 members, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) is Canada’s largest association dedicated to increasing the odds of success of business owners. Through CFIB, our members drive policy change at all levels of government, enjoy exclusive savings on essential business services and get access to expert advice and tools.   Covid-19 update : CFIB has adjusted its recruitment strategy to ensure safety of its staff and applicants by conducting interviews by video calls and onboarding online.       CFIB is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities through the interview process and while employed. If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs.
Job ID
2021-3202
Department
Sales
Job Locations CA-ON-Greater Toronto Area | CA-QC-Montreal Metropolitan Area | CA-AB | CA-NB | CA-MB | CA-SK | CA-BC
Posted Date 1 week ago(6/15/2021 9:25 AM)
CFIB takes direction from more than 95,000 members in every business sector nationwide. We give independent business a strong and influential voice at all levels of government, support them with the tools, advice and resources they need and provide them with exclusive savings and services. We are looking for you to help us deliver on our mission!   We have an exciting opportunity for a full-time position as a Systems Analyst, Dynamics 365 CRM – Work from Home.   Reporting to the Senior Director Agile Coaching and IT Development, you will be responsible for support and analysis for CFIB Dynamic 365 CRM environment and Power Platform.  Working closely with the business units that use the environment you will work through the stories submitted, providing analysis and support to solve issues day to day, be responsible for managing any exceptions and doing root cause analysis. In addition, you will be working with other colleagues on the development team on managing the work focused on longer term organizational gains and provide support to the project team on an as needed basis for good system design, implementation and ongoing training and support.  As an integral part of the IT development team, you will actively participate in and reinforce an agile and innovative mindset as CFIB transitions to agile applying lean principles and practices accelerating business change.     Highlight of Responsibilities Include: - Work closely with business stakeholders to understand requirements. - Analyzes current and future state business processes. - Evaluates solutions, alternatives and defines a recommended system approach. - Leads in producing deliverables including business process flows, UI mock-ups, use cases and storyboards. - Support the project team as required. - Use a variety of data analysis, CRM tools to recommend System Design, Validation, and Implementation - Work with the CRM lead to review recommended solution. - Documents functional specifications user stories, collaborating with others on the development team. - Resolves questions and issues during development cycle. - Supports the definition of test cases and scripts. - Oversee implementation tasks and ensures successful go live. - Provides day-to-day application support CRM users. - Troubleshoots production issues and provides resolution. - Trains users on system processes and changes as required. - Good understanding of CRM exceptions and root cause analysis   Experience and Skills Include: - Bachelor’s degree preferable in Computer Science, Software Design, Computer Information Systems or equivalent - 5+ years of experience with a minimum of 3 years of experience in a Dynamics CRM analyst role performing Business system analysis and writing functional specifications. - 3+ years of experience in developer role, working on customizing CRM solutions. - Understanding, and wide-reaching application of technical principles and concepts. - Knowledge of how to design, develop and test Microsoft Dynamics CRM, APIs, Workflows, and integrations. - Thrives in a fast-paced environment with multiple project assignments. - Strong written and verbal communication. - Proven ability to effectively communicate with non-technical audience. - Effectively prioritize and execute tasks while under pressure. - Works well independently with minimum supervision - Excellent analytical and creative problem-solving skills - Strong customer service orientation, - Preferred Dynamics CRM Certification - Familiarity with C#, Scribe, KingswaySoft, SCRIBE .NET, JavaScript, SQL Server 2008+ Other software experience - Experienced with sales, service business processes. - Proven experience in delivering in a multi vendor environment. - Past participation on teams run with Agile Scrum methodology by writing User Stories. - Fully bilingual in English and French is an asset.   We have an informal but highly professional and collaborative environment. The successful candidate will work from home or an option to work from a CFIB office will be available if in close proximity.       As Canada’s largest association of small and medium-sized businesses, CFIB is in business to provide them with the resources they need, give them more value, and have their voice heard at all level of governments. Be a part of the solution and apply today!        CFIB is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities through the interview process and while employed. If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs.   INDENG
Job ID
2021-3200
Department
Information Technology
Job Locations CA-ON-Sault Ste. Marie
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(6/10/2021 10:44 AM)
As a Territory Sales Manager (District Manager) for CFIB, you’ll be promoting these services to small local businesses. This entails multiple daily meetings with existing members to update them on CFIB’s progress and offering, as well as prospecting for new members.    Why become a Territory Sales Manager?  - Autonomy: High degree of independence to drive for successful results - Advancement: Most of our sales leadership team started as Territory Sales Managers – we promote from within! - Mission-driven: Every day, you’re helping business owners succeed.   What makes a successful Territory Sales Manager? - A motivated self-starter - A sales professional who thrives in an independent work environment, meeting with business owners and entrepreneurs every day - Experience in business-to-business sales, or experience owning a business - Someone who enjoys both prospecting for new clients and meeting with existing clients - Someone with management aspirations and/or experience Compensation and benefits  - Mixed compensation structure: salary + commission + bonus - Monthly expenses - Matched RRSP contributions - Comprehensive health benefits, paid by employer - Life insurance / LTD coverage  Note: This position requires access to a vehicle and a valid driver’s license.     Apply now!   With 95,000 members, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) is Canada’s largest association dedicated to increasing the odds of success of business owners. Through CFIB, our members drive policy change at all levels of government, enjoy exclusive savings on essential business services and get access to expert advice and tools.   Covid-19 update : CFIB has adjusted its recruitment strategy to ensure safety of its staff and applicants by conducting interviews by video calls and onboarding online. INDENG       CFIB is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities through the interview process and while employed. If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs.
Job ID
2021-3198
Department
Sales
Job Locations CA-MB-Winnipeg | CA-SK-Regina
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(6/7/2021 10:54 AM)
Are you passionate about supporting small businesses? We have an exciting opportunity for a Senior Policy Analyst in our Winnipeg or Regina office locations. The Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) is a member-based organization that takes its direction from independent small business owners across every sector, nationwide. We do that by providing them with a strong and influential voice at all levels of government and support them with the tools, advice, and resources while delivering exclusive savings and services. We are looking for you to help us deliver on our mission!   Reporting to the Director for the Prairie Region, you will be responsible for the development and coordination of legislative, research and communications activities for policy issues affecting CFIB members.   Highlights of Responsibilities: - Prepare written communications—letters, briefs, reports, presentations, among others—reflecting research results and CFIB positions. - Lobby and represent CFIB at government and external meetings. - Keep up-to-date with pertinent legislation, economic trends and developments in government policy and determine relevancy to CFIB’s policy directions. - Conduct quantitative and qualitative research and analysis on public policy issues of relevance to small business, with an emphasis on tax policy, public finances, labour and social policy. - Act as media spokesperson, when needed, ensuring that CFIB policies represent the needs of the SME sector. - Assist with responding to inquiries from small business owners. - Work in collaboration with other colleagues across Canada to develop and contribute to the development of internal and external communications to CFIB members and the media including online and social media channels. Qualifications: - Superior written and oral communication as well as interpersonal skills. - Proven ability to write news releases, reports, briefs and prepare highly complex material for presentations to employees, members, media, the public as well as to government and other interest groups. - Experience in public policy, research, economic or legislative environments. - Understanding of the small business sector and its role in the Canadian economy, as well as an interest in government relations/politics/public policy. A preference will be given to those candidates with an understanding of the political and small business landscapes in Manitoba and/or Saskatchewan. - Strong analytical and research skills to help shape the Legislative Affairs agenda at CFIB. - Commitment to accuracy and thoroughness. - Expertise in word processing, spreadsheets, and graphic packages. - Work well interdependently in a collaborative environment with cross functional colleagues. - Work effectively to meet tight and shifting deadlines. - Ability to use good judgment in dealings with all contacts to maintain the professional image of CFIB. - Experience with media relations is preferred. We have a highly professional and collaborative team environment. The successful candidate will work from either our downtown Winnipeg or Regina offices, which are both conveniently located near public transit. A work from home arrangement may be required during the pandemic and a flexible work from home schedule will be considered post-pandemic.   As Canada’s largest association of small and medium-sized businesses, CFIB is in business to provide them with the resources they need, give them more value, and have their voice heard at all level of governments.  Be a part of the solution and apply today!   CFIB is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities through the interview process and while employed. If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs.  
Job ID
2021-3197
Job Locations CA-AB-Edmonton
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(5/31/2021 1:15 PM)
As a Territory Sales Manager (District Manager) for CFIB, you’ll be promoting these services to small local businesses. This entails multiple daily meetings with existing members to update them on CFIB’s progress and offering, as well as prospecting for new members.    Why become a Territory Sales Manager?  - Autonomy: High degree of independence to drive for successful results - Advancement: Most of our sales leadership team started as Territory Sales Managers – we promote from within! - Mission-driven: Every day, you’re helping business owners succeed.   What makes a successful Territory Sales Manager? - A motivated self-starter - A sales professional who thrives in an independent work environment, meeting with business owners and entrepreneurs every day - Experience in business-to-business sales, or experience owning a business - Someone who enjoys both prospecting for new clients and meeting with existing clients - Someone with management aspirations and/or experience Compensation and benefits  - Mixed compensation structure: salary + commission + bonus - Monthly expenses - Matched RRSP contributions - Comprehensive health benefits, paid by employer - Life insurance / LTD coverage  Note: This position requires access to a vehicle and a valid driver’s license.     Apply now!   With 95,000 members, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) is Canada’s largest association dedicated to increasing the odds of success of business owners. Through CFIB, our members drive policy change at all levels of government, enjoy exclusive savings on essential business services and get access to expert advice and tools.   Covid-19 update : CFIB has adjusted its recruitment strategy to ensure safety of its staff and applicants by conducting interviews by video calls and onboarding online.       CFIB is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities through the interview process and while employed. If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs.   INDENG
Job ID
2021-3194
Department
Sales
Job Locations CA-ON-Woodbridge | CA-ON-Bolton
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(5/31/2021 8:52 AM)
As a Territory Sales Manager (District Manager) for CFIB, you’ll be promoting these services to small local businesses. This entails multiple daily meetings with existing members to update them on CFIB’s progress and offering, as well as prospecting for new members.    Why become a Territory Sales Manager?  - Autonomy: High degree of independence to drive for successful results - Advancement: Most of our sales leadership team started as Territory Sales Managers – we promote from within! - Mission-driven: Every day, you’re helping business owners succeed.   What makes a successful Territory Sales Manager? - A motivated self-starter - A sales professional who thrives in an independent work environment, meeting with business owners and entrepreneurs every day - Experience in business-to-business sales, or experience owning a business - Someone who enjoys both prospecting for new clients and meeting with existing clients - Someone with management aspirations and/or experience Compensation and benefits  - Mixed compensation structure: salary + commission + bonus - Monthly expenses - Matched RRSP contributions - Comprehensive health benefits, paid by employer - Life insurance / LTD coverage  Note: This position requires access to a vehicle and a valid driver’s license.     Apply now!   With 95,000 members, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) is Canada’s largest association dedicated to increasing the odds of success of business owners. Through CFIB, our members drive policy change at all levels of government, enjoy exclusive savings on essential business services and get access to expert advice and tools.   Covid-19 update : CFIB has adjusted its recruitment strategy to ensure safety of its staff and applicants by conducting interviews by video calls and onboarding online.       CFIB is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities through the interview process and while employed. If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs. INDENG
Job ID
2021-3193
Department
Sales
Job Locations CA-ON-Ottawa
Posted Date 1 month ago(5/20/2021 4:22 PM)
If you are you passionate about public policy and supporting small businesses, we have an exciting opportunity for you. The CFIB is looking to hire a Senior Policy Analyst to be based in Ottawa and working on federal legislative issues. The Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) is a non-partisan, not-for-profit organization representing the interests of 95,000 small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) across Canada. CFIB has members in all sectors of the economy and in all provinces and territories. It is a member-based organization that takes its direction from its members across every sector, nationwide.   Reporting to the Vice President of National Affairs, you will provide policy advice on some key policy files and will work to develop, support and coordinate CFIB’s legislative, research, and policy activities on issues affecting CFIB members at the national level.   Highlights of key responsibilities: - Conduct research and policy analysis on public policy issues of relevance to small business. - Analyze CFIB survey data and information from various sources. - Write reports and correspondence for wide distribution. - Prepare written communications - letters, briefs, reports, presentations - reflecting research results and CFIB position. - Draft and/or assist with articles for CFIB publications (newsletters, websites, etc.). - Work on national issue surveys in consultation and collaboration with CFIB’s Research department and other colleagues across Canada. - Articulate CFIB’s position in media interviews and public speaking engagements. - Present and defend CFIB’s position on policy issues at public hearings, legislative committees, discussion panels, etc. - Participate in department planning; provide recommendations in crafting strategy for legislative campaigns; actively contribute to execution. - Participate in legislative meetings with decision-makers from the whole political spectrum and from all levels of the public services and levels of government. - Provide recommendations to VP and SVP of National Affairs on CFIB’s position on policy and communications issues.  Qualifications and education: - University Degree in Public Policy, Economics or Political Science. - 5 years of experience in a research, advocacy and public policy environment. - Understanding of government workings is required. Experience on the Hill is preferred. - Superior English written and verbal communication. - Bilingualism is a strong asset. - Proficiency to work in PC environment and Microsoft 365 environment including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Teams and SharePoint Online. - Experience with social media including Twitter and LinkedIn. Aptitudes and attributes - An understanding of the small business sector, and the ability and interest to stay up to date on government and business trends pertaining to the SME sector. - Strong analytical, research, communication and interpersonal skills. - Commitment to accuracy and thoroughness. - Proactive with proven ability to work independently - Ability to work collaboratively and in cross-functional environment with colleagues across the country. - Work efficiently and effectively to meet tight and shifting deadlines. - Proven good judgment.   We have a highly professional and collaborative team environment.  The successful candidate will work from our downtown Ottawa office. Our Ottawa office is conveniently located in close proximity to Parliament and has easy access to OC Transpo.  A work from home arrangement may be required during the pandemic.   As Canada’s largest association of small and medium-sized businesses, CFIB provides a voice for small businesses.   Be a part of the solution and apply today! CFIB is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities through the interview process and while employed. If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs.  
Job ID
2021-3191
Department
Legislative Affairs
Job Locations CA-SK-Regina
Posted Date 1 month ago(5/19/2021 11:10 AM)
As a Territory Sales Manager (District Manager) for CFIB, you’ll be promoting these services to small local businesses. This entails multiple daily meetings with existing members to update them on CFIB’s progress and offering, as well as prospecting for new members.    Why become a Territory Sales Manager?  - Autonomy: High degree of independence to drive for successful results - Advancement: Most of our sales leadership team started as Territory Sales Managers – we promote from within! - Mission-driven: Every day, you’re helping business owners succeed.   What makes a successful Territory Sales Manager? - A motivated self-starter - A sales professional who thrives in an independent work environment, meeting with business owners and entrepreneurs every day - Experience in business-to-business sales, or experience owning a business - Someone who enjoys both prospecting for new clients and meeting with existing clients - Someone with management aspirations and/or experience Compensation and benefits  - Mixed compensation structure: salary + commission + bonus - Monthly expenses - Matched RRSP contributions - Comprehensive health benefits, paid by employer - Life insurance / LTD coverage  Note: This position requires access to a vehicle and a valid driver’s license.     Apply now!   With 95,000 members, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) is Canada’s largest association dedicated to increasing the odds of success of business owners. Through CFIB, our members drive policy change at all levels of government, enjoy exclusive savings on essential business services and get access to expert advice and tools.   Covid-19 update : CFIB has adjusted its recruitment strategy to ensure safety of its staff and applicants by conducting interviews by video calls and onboarding online.       CFIB is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities through the interview process and while employed. If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs.   INDENG
Job ID
2021-3190
Department
Sales
Job Locations CA-BC-Cranbrook | CA-AB-Calgary
Posted Date 1 month ago(5/14/2021 9:41 AM)
As a Territory Sales Manager (District Manager) for CFIB, you’ll be promoting these services to small local businesses. This entails multiple daily meetings with existing members to update them on CFIB’s progress and offering, as well as prospecting for new members.    Why become a Territory Sales Manager?  - Autonomy: High degree of independence to drive for successful results - Advancement: Most of our sales leadership team started as Territory Sales Managers – we promote from within! - Mission-driven: Every day, you’re helping business owners succeed.   What makes a successful Territory Sales Manager? - A motivated self-starter - A sales professional who thrives in an independent work environment, meeting with business owners and entrepreneurs every day - Experience in business-to-business sales, or experience owning a business - Someone who enjoys both prospecting for new clients and meeting with existing clients - Someone with management aspirations and/or experience Compensation and benefits  - Mixed compensation structure: salary + commission + bonus - Monthly expenses - Matched RRSP contributions - Comprehensive health benefits, paid by employer - Life insurance / LTD coverage  Note: This position requires access to a vehicle and a valid driver’s license.     Apply now!   With 95,000 members, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) is Canada’s largest association dedicated to increasing the odds of success of business owners. Through CFIB, our members drive policy change at all levels of government, enjoy exclusive savings on essential business services and get access to expert advice and tools.   Covid-19 update : CFIB has adjusted its recruitment strategy to ensure safety of its staff and applicants by conducting interviews by video calls and onboarding online.   INDENG       CFIB is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities through the interview process and while employed. If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs.
Job ID
2021-3189
Department
Sales
Job Locations CA-AB-Grande Prairie | CA-BC-Fort St. John | CA-BC-Dawson Creek
Posted Date 1 month ago(5/14/2021 9:29 AM)
As a Territory Sales Manager (District Manager) for CFIB, you’ll be promoting these services to small local businesses. This entails multiple daily meetings with existing members to update them on CFIB’s progress and offering, as well as prospecting for new members.    Why become a Territory Sales Manager?  - Autonomy: High degree of independence to drive for successful results - Advancement: Most of our sales leadership team started as Territory Sales Managers – we promote from within! - Mission-driven: Every day, you’re helping business owners succeed.   What makes a successful Territory Sales Manager? - A motivated self-starter - A sales professional who thrives in an independent work environment, meeting with business owners and entrepreneurs every day - Experience in business-to-business sales, or experience owning a business - Someone who enjoys both prospecting for new clients and meeting with existing clients - Someone with management aspirations and/or experience Compensation and benefits  - Mixed compensation structure: salary + commission + bonus - Monthly expenses - Matched RRSP contributions - Comprehensive health benefits, paid by employer - Life insurance / LTD coverage  Note: This position requires access to a vehicle and a valid driver’s license.     Apply now!   With 95,000 members, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) is Canada’s largest association dedicated to increasing the odds of success of business owners. Through CFIB, our members drive policy change at all levels of government, enjoy exclusive savings on essential business services and get access to expert advice and tools.   Covid-19 update : CFIB has adjusted its recruitment strategy to ensure safety of its staff and applicants by conducting interviews by video calls and onboarding online.       CFIB is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities through the interview process and while employed. If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs. INDENG
Job ID
2021-3188
Department
Sales
Job Locations CA-ON-Peterborough
Posted Date 1 month ago(5/13/2021 3:18 PM)
As a Territory Sales Manager (District Manager) for CFIB, you’ll be promoting these services to small local businesses. This entails multiple daily meetings with existing members to update them on CFIB’s progress and offering, as well as prospecting for new members.    Why become a Territory Sales Manager?  - Autonomy: High degree of independence to drive for successful results - Advancement: Most of our sales leadership team started as Territory Sales Managers – we promote from within! - Mission-driven: Every day, you’re helping business owners succeed.   What makes a successful Territory Sales Manager? - A motivated self-starter - A sales professional who thrives in an independent work environment, meeting with business owners and entrepreneurs every day - Experience in business-to-business sales, or experience owning a business - Someone who enjoys both prospecting for new clients and meeting with existing clients - Someone with management aspirations and/or experience Compensation and benefits  - Mixed compensation structure: salary + commission + bonus - Monthly expenses - Matched RRSP contributions - Comprehensive health benefits, paid by employer - Life insurance / LTD coverage  Note: This position requires access to a vehicle and a valid driver’s license.     Apply now!   With 95,000 members, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) is Canada’s largest association dedicated to increasing the odds of success of business owners. Through CFIB, our members drive policy change at all levels of government, enjoy exclusive savings on essential business services and get access to expert advice and tools.   Covid-19 update : CFIB has adjusted its recruitment strategy to ensure safety of its staff and applicants by conducting interviews by video calls and onboarding online. INDENG       CFIB is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities through the interview process and while employed. If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs.
Job ID
2021-3186
Department
Sales
Job Locations CA-BC-Kelowna
Posted Date 1 month ago(5/14/2021 9:17 AM)
As a Territory Sales Manager (District Manager) for CFIB, you’ll be promoting these services to small local businesses. This entails multiple daily meetings with existing members to update them on CFIB’s progress and offering, as well as prospecting for new members.    Why become a Territory Sales Manager?  - Autonomy: High degree of independence to drive for successful results - Advancement: Most of our sales leadership team started as Territory Sales Managers – we promote from within! - Mission-driven: Every day, you’re helping business owners succeed.   What makes a successful Territory Sales Manager? - A motivated self-starter - A sales professional who thrives in an independent work environment, meeting with business owners and entrepreneurs every day - Experience in business-to-business sales, or experience owning a business - Someone who enjoys both prospecting for new clients and meeting with existing clients - Someone with management aspirations and/or experience Compensation and benefits  - Mixed compensation structure: salary + commission + bonus - Monthly expenses - Matched RRSP contributions - Comprehensive health benefits, paid by employer - Life insurance / LTD coverage  Note: This position requires access to a vehicle and a valid driver’s license.     Apply now!   With 95,000 members, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) is Canada’s largest association dedicated to increasing the odds of success of business owners. Through CFIB, our members drive policy change at all levels of government, enjoy exclusive savings on essential business services and get access to expert advice and tools.   Covid-19 update : CFIB has adjusted its recruitment strategy to ensure safety of its staff and applicants by conducting interviews by video calls and onboarding online. INDENG       CFIB is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities through the interview process and while employed. If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs.
Job ID
2021-3185
Department
Sales
Job Locations CA-ON-Toronto
Posted Date 2 months ago(5/7/2021 2:32 PM)
CFIB takes its direction from more than 95,000 independent small business members across every sector nationwide. We give independent business a strong and influential voice at all levels of government, and support them with the tools, advice and resources they need, in addition to exclusive savings and services. We are looking for you to help us deliver on our mission!   We have an exciting opportunity for a DesignAssistant for our Marketing and Communications Department in our Toronto office location for a 12-week summer job opportunity.  A work from home arrangement may be necessary while restrictions are imposed during the pandemic.  In this role, you will provide support to team members, especially the designers, and to internal clients including; assisting with the process of delivering graphic design projects and formatting various presentation documents.   Highlights of Responsibilities:           - Liaise with internal stakeholders to clarify project requirements and confirm deadlines - Assist in creating, formatting and updating documents and presentations while applying best practices for visual presentation digitally - Respond to enquiries with regards to brand guidelines and provide brand approved image files - Create, format and maintain user guides and documentation - Research and compile information as required - Participate in special or ad-hoc projects and perform other duties as assigned - Establish and maintain effective working relationships with all levels of the organization and external stakeholders - Accurately maintain filing system for different projects Qualifications: - Excellent and professional written and verbal communications skills - Self-starter, with demonstrated ability to work independently as well as in collaboration with colleagues - Thrive in a fast-paced work environment with proven organization skills, ability to work with changing priorities and deadlines - A solid team player with excellent customer service, interpersonal and problem-solving skills - Strong attention to detail while meeting tight deadlines - Good working knowledge with Adobe CC - in particular InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop and Acrobat - High degree of proficiency with Microsoft Office suite, including Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and Excel - Completed or working towards post-secondary education in graphic or web design related studies - 2 years of prior experience in a graphic or web design role would be an asset We have an informal but highly professional and collaborative environment.  Our main office in Toronto is conveniently located just one block north of York Mills Station, in close proximity to the 401 on Yonge Street.  A work from home arrangement is required due to restrictions during the pandemic.  We provide training and technology for a working remotely when necessary.   As Canada’s largest association of small and medium-sized businesses, CFIB is in business to provide them with the resources they need, give them more value, and have their voice heard at all levels of governments.   Be a part of the solution and apply today!   CFIB is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities through the interview process and while employed. If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs.
Job ID
2021-3184
Department
Marketing and Communications
Job Locations CA-ON-Toronto
Posted Date 2 months ago(5/7/2021 10:15 AM)
CFIB takes direction from more than 95,000 members in every business sector nationwide, giving independent business a strong and influential voice at all levels of government, supporting them with the tools, advice and resources they need and providing them with exclusive savings and services. Everything we do is focused on increasing business owners’ chances of success.    Reporting to the Full Stack Developer, this role will develop for all front-end aspects of CFIB’s websites (ie. cfib.ca and others), in accordance with CFIB brand guidelines, principles and priorities which includes new template development, working with the IT team reviewing site UX/UI and performance to provide recommendations for refinements, executing site updates and supporting internal content contributors.   Key Responsibilities - Front end development on web and mobile platforms - Maintain existing websites as well as designing and implementing new front-end functionality - Optimizing web pages for maximum speed and scalability - Collaborate on analysis, UX/UI design, editing, testing, and documenting look and flow of websites and organization of web content - Apply technical principles, coding structures and plugins to create a website environment that is personalized to the site user - Evaluate and modify site as appropriate to improve site UX/UI and functionality - Work closely with internal departments and external vendor resources to complete ongoing website projects - Provide assistance in archiving data on the web - Perform other duties as assigned. Qualifications/Skills - Computer Science or similar programming, development, or web-design education or equivalent experience preferred - Demonstrable experience with web technologies - Working experience with JavaScript/DHTML, HTML, CSS, JSON, XML, Jquery, Azure, Docker, and NodeJS - Demonstrated ability to convert wireframes and mock-ups into web templates/pages - Experience building responsive web templates and dynamic web experiences will be considered a strong asset as well as knowledge of any/all PHP, .Net, C#, Azure, and RESTful APIs - Quick learner with ability to pick up new technologies/skills and business knowledge - Well organized and work within timelines effectively providing high levels of efficiency and productivity  - Must be sensitive to the nature of the information and must maintain all information confidential - A high level of tact and discretion is required to ensure that the appropriate image of CFIB is maintained with all contacts. We have an informal but highly professional and collaborative environment. Our Toronto office is conveniently located on Yonge Street close to Hwy 401 and York Mills Station. A work from home arrangement is required at this time due to the COVID-19 pandemic.    CFIB is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities through the interview process and while employed. If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs.    
Job ID
2021-3183
Department
Information Technology
Job Locations CA-MB-Brandon
Posted Date 1 month ago(5/14/2021 9:20 AM)
As a Territory Sales Manager (District Manager) for CFIB, you’ll be promoting these services to small local businesses. This entails multiple daily meetings with existing members to update them on CFIB’s progress and offering, as well as prospecting for new members.    Why become a Territory Sales Manager?  - Autonomy: High degree of independence to drive for successful results - Advancement: Most of our sales leadership team started as Territory Sales Managers – we promote from within! - Mission-driven: Every day, you’re helping business owners succeed.   What makes a successful Territory Sales Manager? - A motivated self-starter - A sales professional who thrives in an independent work environment, meeting with business owners and entrepreneurs every day - Experience in business-to-business sales, or experience owning a business - Someone who enjoys both prospecting for new clients and meeting with existing clients - Someone with management aspirations and/or experience Compensation and benefits  - Mixed compensation structure: salary + commission + bonus - Monthly expenses - Matched RRSP contributions - Comprehensive health benefits, paid by employer - Life insurance / LTD coverage  Note: This position requires access to a vehicle and a valid driver’s license.     Apply now!     With 95,000 members, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) is Canada’s largest association dedicated to increasing the odds of success of business owners. Through CFIB, our members drive policy change at all levels of government, enjoy exclusive savings on essential business services and get access to expert advice and tools.   Covid-19 update : CFIB has adjusted its recruitment strategy to ensure safety of its staff and applicants by conducting interviews by video calls and onboarding online.   INDENG     CFIB is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities through the interview process and while employed. If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs.   INDENG
Job ID
2021-3180
Department
Sales
Job Locations CA-BC-Lower Mainland
Posted Date 1 week ago(6/15/2021 2:10 PM)
As a Territory Sales Manager (District Manager) for CFIB, you’ll be promoting these services to small local businesses. This entails multiple daily meetings with existing members to update them on CFIB’s progress and offering, as well as prospecting for new members.    Why become a Territory Sales Manager?  - Autonomy: High degree of independence to drive for successful results - Advancement: Most of our sales leadership team started as Territory Sales Managers – we promote from within! - Mission-driven: Every day, you’re helping business owners succeed.   What makes a successful Territory Sales Manager? - A motivated self-starter - A sales professional who thrives in an independent work environment, meeting with business owners and entrepreneurs every day - Experience in business-to-business sales, or experience owning a business - Someone who enjoys both prospecting for new clients and meeting with existing clients - Someone with management aspirations and/or experience Compensation and benefits  - Mixed compensation structure: salary + commission + bonus - Monthly expenses - Matched RRSP contributions - Comprehensive health benefits, paid by employer - Life insurance / LTD coverage  Note: This position requires access to a vehicle and a valid driver’s license.     Apply now!   With 95,000 members, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) is Canada’s largest association dedicated to increasing the odds of success of business owners. Through CFIB, our members drive policy change at all levels of government, enjoy exclusive savings on essential business services and get access to expert advice and tools.   Covid-19 update : CFIB has adjusted its recruitment strategy to ensure safety of its staff and applicants by conducting interviews by video calls and onboarding online.       CFIB is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities through the interview process and while employed. If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs.   INDENG  
Job ID
2021-3179
Department
Sales
Job Locations CA-ON-Ottawa
Posted Date 1 month ago(5/14/2021 9:22 AM)
As a Territory Sales Manager (District Manager) for CFIB, you’ll be promoting these services to small local businesses. This entails multiple daily meetings with existing members to update them on CFIB’s progress and offering, as well as prospecting for new members.    Why become a Territory Sales Manager?  - Autonomy: High degree of independence to drive for successful results - Advancement: Most of our sales leadership team started as Territory Sales Managers – we promote from within! - Mission-driven: Every day, you’re helping business owners succeed.   What makes a successful Territory Sales Manager? - A motivated self-starter - A sales professional who thrives in an independent work environment, meeting with business owners and entrepreneurs every day - Experience in business-to-business sales, or experience owning a business - Someone who enjoys both prospecting for new clients and meeting with existing clients - Someone with management aspirations and/or experience Compensation and benefits  - Mixed compensation structure: salary + commission + bonus - Monthly expenses - Matched RRSP contributions - Comprehensive health benefits, paid by employer - Life insurance / LTD coverage  Note: This position requires access to a vehicle and a valid driver’s license.     Apply now!   With 95,000 members, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) is Canada’s largest association dedicated to increasing the odds of success of business owners. Through CFIB, our members drive policy change at all levels of government, enjoy exclusive savings on essential business services and get access to expert advice and tools.   Covid-19 update : CFIB has adjusted its recruitment strategy to ensure safety of its staff and applicants by conducting interviews by video calls and onboarding online.       CFIB is committed to providing accommodations for people with disabilities through the interview process and while employed. If you require an accommodation, we will work with you to meet your needs.   INDENG
Job ID
2021-3178
Department
Sales

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