Never has there been a more exciting time to join Girl Guides of Canada (GGC)! Under the direction of a passionate and inspirational CEO, the organization is embarking on dramatic revitalization. As Director, Member Experience, this is your opportunity to partner with her in creating the strategy and building the experiences that will realize All She Can Be, a new value proposition for staff, our 20,000 volunteers and 74,000 girls across Canada .
You will lead a team in the delivery of quality programs, initiatives and events that are relevant and impactful and reflect the voices of what girls want and need today. You will be instrumental in ensuring the growth of Advocacy at GGC so that we are recognized as the expert for thought leadership on current issues impacting girls and young women, and you will focus on the renewal of the Girls First initiative, our core program.
In addition, you will collaborate with Marketing, Communications and Strategic Partnerships to identify and steward partnerships with external organizations to support the development and delivery of programs such as corporate partners, government agencies.
We are looking for thought leaders who have followed their passion for serving youth by developing innovative and impactful programs, by leading and motivating staff and volunteers to deliver on a common vision, and by participating on leadership teams to influence and facilitate change. Engaging and leveraging the creativity and commitment of our volunteers will be an important ingredient in your success, along with your proven ability to build exceptional relationships.
You are invited to forward your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org – or to inquire on a confidential basis, please call Lynda Ducharme 416-481-7221. Application deadline is January 27, 2017 but we encourage early submissions as our evaluation process is ongoing. All qualified candidates will be contacted directly.
Upon request, Girl Guides of Canada–Guides du Canada will make available reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities during the recruitment process.