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Walk Committee Chair - Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada, North Vancouver Island Chapter

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Organization: Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada, North Vancouver Island Chapter
Job Title:Walk Committee Chair
Salary:volunteer position
Category:Nonprofit
Deadline: 3/31/2016
Location:Courtenay, British Columbia

Overview

The Committee Chair Volunteer is responsible for leading and motivating a volunteer committee which in turn, is responsible for the successful staging of the Comox Valley Scotiabank MS Walk event on May 15, 2016.


Responsibilities

Responsibilities:

  • Plan and lead all organizing committee meetings.
  • Responsible for the overall success and local organization of the Comox Valley Scotiabank MS Walk.
  • Acts as the point person for the assigned community walk.
  • Networks and recruits organizing committee members to fill vacancies.
  • Delegates duties to committee members.
  • Coaches and supports committee members in their roles. Ensures assigned projects are completed successfully.
  • Oversees the organization of the event from start to finish.
  • At the conclusion of the event, hold wrap-up meeting for committee to assess event strengths and opportunities.
  • Actively liaises with Staff Liaison/Walk Coordinator.

  • Experience and Qualifications

    Skills, Attitudes, Knowledge Required:

  • Strong, demonstrated leadership abilities and experience.
  • Previous experience in fundraising and event coordination an asset.
  • Respect and understanding of the roles of volunteers and staff in the volunteer/staff partnership.
  • Initiative, problem solving skills.
  • Strong organizational and communication skills.
  • Flexibility and ability to work under pressure to meet deadlines.
  • Knowledge of MS and the ability to positively represent the Society.

  • How to Apply

    Email cherie.kamenz@mssociety.ca or call 250-339-0819.




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