The Abbotsford Canucks posted several more job opportunities over the past week.

The Abbotsford Canucks posted several more job opportunities over the past week.

Abbotsford Canucks hiring AHL Special Projects Intern

Several new job opportunities posted, Vancouver Canucks extended qualifying offers to seven players

The Abbotsford Canucks hiring spree is continuing, and the team posted job openings for several new positions last week.

One of the more unique opportunities available is a job called AHL Special Projects Intern.

The job, which has a term of four months and starts immediately, is for college students in their final year of study or a recent university graduate.

Its description states the job is “to help support the Project & Ticket Sales Manager with the team relocation logistic.”

According to the posting, a typical for the job includes tracking critical path items and timelines; communicating frequently with stakeholders, providing support with ticketing, marketing, and community initiatives; maintaining organizational systems and completing associated data entry; and assisting with assigned special projects.

The AHL Special Projects Intern was first posted on July 22.

The team also recently posted openings for Corporate Partnerships Activation Coordinator (July 24), Manager – Game Presentation (July 22), Director – Corporate Partnerships (July 16) and Director – Corporate Partnerships (July 16).

The full list of job opportunities can be seen by clicking here.

According to the Canucks, all jobs will remain on the site until they are filled.

In other Canucks news, the team announced they have extended qualifying offers to seven players to retain their negotiating rights. Those players were Guillaume Brisebois, Jason Dickinson, Conor Garland, Quinn Hughes, Lukas Jasek, Olli Juolevi and Elias Pettersson.

Brisebois and Jasek both spent time in the American Hockey League last season and Juolevi was in the AHL from 2018 to 2020.

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