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Leadership Opportunities

Join our team: Come write the next chapter in your Rotary story with us

The future is calling: Rotaract Canada is on line one! Here at Rotaract Canada, we believe a national MDIO is not only the future of a strong Rotaract and Rotary, but also a great leadership opportunity for bright and bold Rotaractors across the country. We are looking for local leaders to join our cabinet and help shape the future of this promising new organization, as well as the future of Rotaract itself. 

All cabinet secretaries must represent the Rotaract Canada Multidistrict Information Organization with integrity and professionalism, upholding the Constitution, Bylaws, Code of Policies, and Manual of Procedure at all times. Cabinet secretaries must maintain regular contact with the deputy general secretary and are expected to attend a minimum of 80 percent of the cabinet meetings. All cabinet secretaries are expected to strive to protect the integrity and value of Rotaract Canada Multidistrict Information Organization.

 

Diverse Rotary experience preferred. Proficiency in French considered an asset but not required. See available positions below. 

Secretary of Leadership Development

Application deadline on

 April 4, 2020 at 11:59 p.m. EST

The Office of the Secretary of Leadership Development oversees a number of crucial committees with a hand in both education development and event planning. The office of is responsible for the training of all Rotaract president-elects, district Rotaract representatives, club and district Rotaract officers, and professional development programs for all Rotaractors within the MDIO. 

 

The secretary of leadership development oversees and manages positions such as the chair of president-elect training, the chair of district Rotaract representative Training, and others as appointed by the secretary. The incumbent should possess ample experience developing and executing training programs for a variety of audiences.

Secretary of Fellowship and Events

Application deadline on

 April 4, 2020 at 11:59 p.m. EST

The Office of the Secretary of Fellowship and Events is responsible for the coordination of all fellowship opportunities for Rotaractors. In partnership with the secretary of leadership development and their committees, they are also responsible for organizing any conferences, leadership training, summits, and any other events that make take place throughout the year.

 

The secretary of fellowship & events may also consult with district Rotaract representatives on how to best organize events in their home districts. The incumbent should have extensive experience organizing large-scale events such as district conference, or large events outside of Rotary.

Secretary of Community and International Service

Application deadline on

 April 4, 2020 at 11:59 p.m. EST

The Office of the Secretary of Community and International Service oversees a team Rotaractors with proven expertise in executing impactful projects in communities at home and abroad, compiling resources and cases of success to assist districts and clubs in executing individual and joint sustainable projects. 

 

The office advises clubs and districts on how to plan and implement successful service projects both independently and collaboratively. They may also be tasked with coordinating joint projects with other Multidistrict Information Organizations, or collaborative service projects across the nation.

Secretary of Internal Affairs

Application deadline on

 April 4, 2020 at 11:59 p.m. EST

The Office of the Secretary of Internal Affairs is responsible for the effective management of the Rotaract Canada Multidistrict Information Organization, overseeing the operations of the organization to ensure that we are financially and legally stable.

 

The incumbent will have a demonstrated proficiency for resource management so that we may execute our activities both as effectively and efficiently as we possibly can. This includes overseeing finances, minimal legal documentation with the support of the general secretary, as well as the ethical and moral implications of the decisions being made.

The secretary of internal affairs oversees and manages the chair of the treasury, the chair of records, and the chair of technological services, among others, as appointed. The incumbent should be a logical thinker who can mange individuals with multiple, unrelated projects simultaneously. Knowledge of Rotary and non-profit management an asset. 

Secretary of External Affairs

Application deadline on

 April 4, 2020 at 11:59 p.m. EST

The Office of the Secretary of External Affairs oversees our relationship with the world outside of our organization. This may include other Rotaract Multidistrict Information Organizations, the media, and the public at large. 

 

The incumbent is responsible for overseeing all marketing, promotions, and relationship building with our organization. They are responsible may be responsible for overseeing the chair of public relations, chair of Rotary relations, chair of MDIO relations, and indirectly co-ordinator-level positions such as social media, graphic design and website co-ordinators, should they choose to appoint them.

 

The incumbent should have extensive experience in public relations, strategic communication, and marketing. Education in any of these fields is preferred but not required.

You don't need an official position to get involved with the development of Rotaract Canada. Collaboration and open communication are at the core of our MDIO, we welcome feedback and suggestions from any member of the Rotary family at any point. Just email us at ideas@rotaractcanada.org.