Marketing and Communications Coordinator

About Us

TIMAC AGRO is an industrial company specializing in soil conditioners, plant and animal nutrition and bio stimulants. In operation since 1959, we are a subsidiary of Groupe Roullier, and we are currently present in 39 countries around the world. At TIMAC AGRO our mission is to help Canadian farmers improve their production in pursuit of a sustainable and more profitable agriculture, and this mission is at the forefront of everything we do.

TIMAC AGRO utilizes an innovative range of compound fertilizers based on agronomic additives from natural origins, stimulating plant physiology and improving the efficiency of fertilizer use. In crop production, we take a systems approach to address limiting factors in yield and quality. Our programs focus on nutrient efficiency, soil health and crop productivity. The process begins with an evaluation of best management practices and ends with a customized fertility program designed to achieve better return on investment. Our fertilizer solutions utilize seaweed and other plant extracts, which has a dual function: stimulating the performance of the fertilizers and improving plant growth and quality. Our intensive product research and development takes place at our Global Innovation Centre in St. Malo, France where we collaborate with more than 120 universities around the world.

TIMAC AGRO employees are passionate and committed to delivering quality technical advice and service to local farmers. Following the receipt of the Ag in Motion 2019 Harvest Award for our product Top Phos, we are rapidly expanding our operations in Canada. As a result, TIMAC AGRO is currently seeking a candidate for the Marketing and Communications Coordinator position to support our ambitious development plan throughout the country.

The Role

With the Guidance of the General Manager of Canada and the Provincial Business Unit Managers, the Marketing and Communications Coordinator will be responsible for the marketing content for Timac Agro Canada’s Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario business units. Some of the roles and responsibilities are as follows:

  • Establish and facilitate marketing campaigns and communication strategies aimed at increasing brand awareness and stakeholder relationship development. This will include:
    • Establishing timelines
    • Budgeting
    • Creating customer profiles
    • National, provincial & regional event coordination


  • Management of Timac Agro Canada’s social media platforms and website


  • Serve as a liaison between Timac Agro Canada and third-party marketing firms


  • Graphic design development and creation of both internal and external marketing materials such as:
    • Product leaflets
    • Trial books
    • Newsletters
    • Brochures

The Ideal Candidate

  • A recent university graduate with an academic background in Marketing
  • Efficient in all Microsoft Office 365 programs and graphic design software such as Adobe Photoshop
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills for efficient internal and external communications
  • Highly self motivated with the ability to manage time and prioritize tasks efficiently in a highly autonomous role
  • Organized, detail oriented and timely in the completion of administrative protocols and reports
  • An entrepreneurial mindset with a passion for the agriculture industry and emerging innovative solutions to agronomic issues
  • A personal background in agriculture with knowledge of farming practices is considered an asset
  • The chosen candidate can be based anywhere in Canada

The Offer

  • An exciting career opportunity with possibilities for professional development within a dynamically growing agriculture company in operation since 1959 in 39 countries
  • An attractive fixed annual salary
  • Business tools including a cell phone and computer
  • Work from home with an emphasis on work-life balance

For more information on TIMAC AGRO please visit our website at

To apply, please forward your resume to:

Allison Rivett

Human Resources Development Manager