We are not currently recruiting new members for our staff.
Community Futures Middlesex is a not-for-profit organization that stimulates economic development throughout Middlesex County by providing an array of community and business development, counselling and lending services.
We are committed to supporting the efforts of entrepreneurs and forward-thinking community leaders in building wealth in diverse and innovative manners. If you would like to be a part of our organization and help lifting and building in our communities, please reach out or apply when positions become available.
We are currently recruiting new members for the Board of Directors to represent:
- Municipality of Lucan Biddulph
- Municipality of North Middlesex
- Municipality of Strathroy-Caradoc
The Board of Directors typically meets on the third Wednesday of every month, from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. There may also be additional meetings for committee work.
Candidates for the Board of Directors should have significant experience in at least two of the following:
- Board Governance
- Small Business Operations
- Market Research
- Business Development
- Commercial Finance/Banking
- Community Economic Development
If you are interested in volunteering on a dynamic Board of Directors and have a passion for nurturing prosperity on your community, we invite you to forward an expression of interest, with a resume to:
Each summer, our organization hires one or two interns to support our community and business development efforts.
A sample job posting:
Location: Ilderton, ON
Description: Full-time, Temporary (8 weeks)
Salary: $14 – $18 per hour
The Business Development and Community Outreach Intern will promote an increased awareness for Community Futures Middlesex, its programs and services. The individual will lend support to community-based events and initiatives undertaken in partnership with local business associations partners and clients. The position will be involved in supporting pilot programs to promote youth entrepreneurship, development of client success stories and other content to support social media and digital marketing campaigns, website, monthly newsletters, workshops, presentations, surveys, online forms, and promotional materials.
The position is made possible with funding under the Canada Summers Jobs Program and is open to post-secondary applicants 30 years old and younger who are eligible to work in Canada. Office and remote working options may exist for the successful applicant. Applicants with a background or interest in economic development, business management, marketing and communications are encouraged to apply! Contact us here.