[ Project Coordinator ]


Be Ambitious. Be Creative. Be Rewarded.

Welcome to a different kind of company! Since 2010, CE Strategies has partnered with First Nation and Métis communities, along with their supporting organizations, to provide essential tools and services that promote informed decision-making.

We are looking for a driven self-starter who is searching for an exciting, long-term opportunity to grow with our company. Join us for this internship opportunity where you can unleash your potential and be proud of what you do.

what we're looking for

You will be given a wide variety of tasks that will keep you on your toes and maximize your abilities. While this is your “role” we do not want to box you into a position. There will be plenty of opportunities to carve out a niche where you can play an important part in our company’s success.

  • Lead and help design client engagement activities
  • Write strong proposals and applications for important projects
  • Design, coordinate, implement, and review community surveys and studies
  • Structure, create, and deliver insightful reports for a wide variety of projects
  • Develop and coordinate impactful projects from initiation to completion
  • Work closely with clients and funders to ensure that the scope, direction, and budget of each project are met
  • Organize, lead, and participate in meetings and presentations to exchange project information and communicate key goals
  • Devise creative and effective procedures to enhance efficiencies for the company as a whole

stuff we'll trust you with

what we're looking for

So, what does it take to succeed in this role? We’re looking for an ambitious individual who can combine self-motivation with impressive organizational skills. You will also require the following:

  • An accredited post-secondary education degree or diploma
  • Keen understanding of project management principles
  • A strong work ethic and enthusiasm for challenges
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills that can support successful projects and build strong client relationships
  • Initiative, attention to detail, and the ability to complete tasks within defined timelines with little guidance
  • Key personal management skills, including strong communication, accountability, adaptability, problem solving, and a high stress tolerance
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office products and knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite
  • Knowledge of GIS would be an asset
  • Valid G Class driver's license as travel will be expected
  • Must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident eligible for a permanent work position

Here's how we will support you

This is more than your average entry-level role. You can set the bar for your own success and explore an opportunity that could change the direction of your career. We can offer you a fast-paced, enjoyable work environment and some serious potential to grow within the company. Our competitive compensation, paired with unique opportunities to travel around Northwestern Ontario make this job an experience rich with exciting challenges and rewards.

we even do benefits differently


Health Benefits

Medical, dental, and vision are just the start. You will find peace of mind with our comprehensive health benefits package.



We’ve ditched old school performance reviews for a tailored approach to career health that includes training and development for better career skills.



Kick back with paid time off. We want you to have flexibility, convenience, and control over how you recharge.


Please submit your resume, along with a cover letter that includes the subject line titled: "PROJECT COMMUNICATIONS LEAD: your full name" to INFO@cestrategies.ca.


December 16, 2022

4 pm EST


Thunder Bay, ON


Yes Travel Required

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