Membership Director

Overview

Are you a business professional with at least 3 years of work experience who enjoys meeting new people nad making them feel a welcome part of a community? Do you juggle priorities successfully and have the flexibility, bandwidth and commitment to help implement a team's plan and participate in AMA Toronto's programs? Can you effectively and efficiently collaborate with other teams and partners?

AMA Toronto is looking for professional and committed volunteers to help run our Membership team and organize and implement high value member programs for our community. As one of our Membership Directors, you will hold a major role within our organization with opportunities to learn and grow, to sharpen your skills, build your network and leadership skills, and have fun!

Your responsibilities would include:

  • Working with the VP of Membership and the other Membership Directors to develop and successfully deliver the membership team strategy.
  • Developing and flawlessly implementing specific membership initiatives for recruitment, engagement and retention on time and and on budget.
  • Collaborating with other AMA volunteers both from the membership team and other teams such as communications, partnership and Mentor Exchange as needed.

 

If this sounds appealing to you, we'd love to speak with you. Please contact: Debbie.bolton@ama-toronto.com

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