Would you like to participate in activation of learning and networking events for Toronto’s marketing community? Are you a good at
managing the details within a larger picture and helping to keep your team on track? Can you deliver effectively and efficiently on time and
AMA Toronto is looking for committed volunteers who can help us organize and implement high quality learning and networking events for our community. The ideal candidates have good organizational skills and a willingness to learn event management skills.
Your responsibilities would include:
- Coordinating and attending all meetings.
- Capturing meeting meetings and following up on deliverables.
- Coordinating vendors and partners.
- Taking an active role at the event to ensure success.
- Finalizing the post event report and event overview.
If you are interested we’d love to speak with you. Please contact: Debbie.email@example.com
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