Director Volunteer Engagement



Director Volunteer Engagement


Are you a seasoned and proactive marketing/business professional with 7+ years experience? Are you a people person who likes to help others? Do you understand the importance of engaging people to build a strong and committed brand community? Do you have the people skills and empathy to understand, engage and motivate volunteers to support AMA Toronto’s brand mission and community?  


AMA Toronto is a volunteer-run not for profit organization that helps marketers and other business professionals learn, connect and grow to build a successful career. We are looking for an experienced professional to help lead the Volunteer team. Reporting to the VP Volunteers, as Director of Volunteer Engagement, you will hold a significant 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 Volunteers, other Volunteer team members and other AMA Toronto committees as necessary to develop and successfully deliver the Volunteer and AMA team strategies. 


Working with the VP to deliver an effective engagement strategy for all AMA volunteers which includes:


  • Overseeing and expanding our volunteer recognition programs (volunteer of the month, online, in-person, for teams and individuals, LinkedIn endorsements).


  • Exploring online forum groups and developing an online suggestion box.


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