Are you a reliable self-starter who cares about sustainable transportation? Are you excited to see carsharing grow in Winnipeg?
The Member Services Coordinator is the main point of contact for Peg City Car Co-op members and is responsible for ensuring that members are satisfied with the carshare service as a practical, convenient and cost-effective alternative to private vehicle ownership. To help with our growing membership and network of carshare vehicles, we need a dependable person who gets carsharing and how it works. Someone who is committed to and understands the individual, environmental and community benefits of “Bike. Walk. Bus. And Sometimes, Drive.”
View our full job posting as PDF here.
Deadline for submission: 9pm, Thursday, March 5, 2015
Thank you to all who apply, however, we will be following up only with those selected for an interview.
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