Position: Communications Committee Chairperson
Type: Board of directors/Trustee position / Voluntary
Organization: Quetico Foundation
Location: Meetings are typically held in Toronto
The Quetico Foundation’s mission is dedicated to the protection of wilderness, with a particular focus on Quetico Wilderness Provincial Park. Our vision is to be recognized as an influential and credible leader in the protection of wilderness values and ecological integrity.
The Communications Chairperson, a Quetico Foundation executive trustee role that works closely with the board of directors is voluntary and effectively requires a long-term time commitment, say minimum 4 years – in general trustees volunteer for at least 6 years, and are often involved for a longer duration.
+ Help to promote Quetico Foundation’s objectives, mandate and approved initiatives
+ Update and maintain Quetico Foundation’s website
+ Maintain and promote Quetico Foundation’s blog
+ Assemble, review and post Quetico Foundation social media content, primarily on Facebook and Instagram
+ Assemble, curate, steward and promote Quetico Foundation’s newsletter
+ Aid and assist all other departments with respect to outbound communications as necessary , including ie. development and liason eg. this sometimes involves developing written content, providing images or preparing online content
+ Attend and prepare for annual general meeting and quarterly executive meetings
+ Maintain positive and productive relations with all Quetico Foundation contacts including trustees, external contacts and audience networks including supporters
+Dedicate time as Chair of Communications at least once or twice a week to accomplish work for the Quetico Foundation
Interested applicants as potential candidates should inform Noah at firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible before February 28 2020 to initiate the review and interview process for the Quetico Foundation Communications Chairperson leadership position, please include a brief cover letter explaining why you would be a good fit leading Communications for the Quetico Foundation.
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