Canadian Premier League

  • Toronto, ON, Canada
22 Apr, 2024
Full time
Canadian Premier League Toronto, ON, Canada
THE POSITION Position: Executive Assistant Reports to: VP, Finance and Admin (CEO and EVP’s) Status: Full-time, Permanent Start Date: Immediately Location: Downtown Toronto, ON (Onsite) Salary Range: $55,000 - 85,000 THE BUSINESSES Canadian Soccer Business (CSB) represents a suite of top-tier national corporate partnerships and media rights assets that are core to the sport of soccer in Canada. This includes Canada Soccer’s National Teams, along with all rights and operations associated with the Canadian Premier League (CPL). The CPL is Canada’s Tier 1 domestic men’s professional soccer league playing in the global FIFA ecosystem of competitions currently operating 8 clubs in cities coast to coast. JOB SUMMARY We are seeking an experienced and personable Executive Assistant to join the integrated Canadian Soccer Business and Canadian Premier League team. In this role, you will be the Executive Assistant to multiple senior...
22 Apr, 2024
Full time
Canadian Premier League Toronto, ON, Canada
CSB OVERVIEW Canadian Soccer Business (CSB) represents commercial rights for Soccer in Canada from the grassroots level to Canada Soccer’s National Teams, along with the Professional game. This includes, but is not limited to the Canadian Premier League (CPL) and its eight member Clubs, Canada Soccer’s Men’s and Women’s National Teams and grassroots soccer programming. CSB has the ability to integrate assets and reach across its properties and partnership marketing vehicles locally, regionally, nationally and internationally via all platforms, including media, broadcast, digital, in-stadium/event activations, community programming and more. With the reigning Olympic Champion Women’s National Team, the Men’s National Team getting set to face Argentina & Lionel Messi in the Copa America tournament this summer and the CPL entering its sixth season, there has never been a better time to get involved and play a critical role in shaping...