Reports to: Women’s Campus Director
Hours: 40 hrs/week (Monday to Friday, some Saturdays required)


The Market Manager works with the Women’s Campus Director to create a successful, positive and inviting Market environment for residents, customers and volunteers.  This person is creative, organized and able to build a great rapport with residents and volunteers who are involved with the Market. They are organized, professional and have business management and leadership skills.



  • Create an annual business plan and work with the team to execute plan in a timely and cost-effective manner
  • Budgeting – working with WC Director and accounting team to create annual budget, revenue and expense tracking on a monthly basis
  • Sourcing and pricing – sourcing vendors and materials, including donations from businesses, doing price comparisons for cost-effective purchasing, coordinating pick up or delivery of materials
  • Product Development – in collaboration with the WC Director and team, research and identify potential products, market evaluation, collaborative brainstorming on product design
  • Administration – attend weekly WC staff meetings, meet with WC Director on a regular basis to create goals, team collaboration for pop-ups, events and annual planning
  • Supervise Work Program – with support from the team, lead resident work program, assist with resident support and teaching product making, build rapport with residents
  • Wood Shop liaison – continual communication with wood shop team on orders/needs
  • Inventory – restocking, materials count, order for product, create standard inventory lists for pop-ups
  • Volunteers – recruitment and follow-up with potential volunteers, building relationships with the community for more volunteer opportunities, scheduling volunteers for work program, market Saturdays, pop-ups and events, host quarterly events such as volunteer info and recruitment nights
  • Pop-ups and events – create standardized layouts for various pop-up setups, inventory stock per event, balance cash and items sold at each event, schedule volunteers/residents/staff working at events



  • High School education is required
  • Business management certificate an asset
  • Previous experience in retail management an asset
  • Experience in annual budget planning, budget and expense tracking
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Strong leadership skills
  • Ability to prioritize projects and tasks
  • Ability to manage projects independently
  • Ability to handle confidential and sensitive information in a responsible manner


*Please submit application by clicking on the link below.


We would ask those who feel called to work at either our Men's Campus or Women's Campus to please submit a cover letter and resume to the online application form. All applications will be kept on file.