Lean In Canada is a volunteer-run organization. Want an engaging, meaningful volunteer experience? Join our team of women helping women! Our team values are:
Love getting to know new people? We're looking for friendly, welcoming ambassadors to circulate at our events, spot first-timers and make them feel welcome, and gather general attendee feedback. You must have read the book and have attended at least 2 Lean In Canada events to qualify.
Do you have experience with live streaming events? We are looking for someone who can help us live-stream our events
Interested in events but not sure how much time you can commit? Day of volunteers are needed in Vancouver to help setup, help with registration, and take down events once a month.
Assists Events Team Lead in event planning execution. Scouting event venues, securing catering for events, setting up event day of, preparing event budget, working with event marketing team to ensure timely event marketing communications to member base.
We are currently looking for a team of volunteer graphic designers for our visual work. The ideal candidate is passionate about women’s issues and is looking to grow their portfolio. You will be designing brochures, posters, and other marketing materials, using assets like our library of professional photographs, our brand guidelines, and your own creativity. We expect this position to be approximately 15 - 20 hours worth of work per month. Please provide a link to your portfolio.
Reports to Marketing Team Lead - identifying community opportunities for partnerships and collaborations with the Lean In Canada Vancouver Chapter. Evaluating partnership opportunities and implementing collaborative events planning.
Reports to the Marketing Team Lead, responsible for planning and implementing external communications to market monthly events.
The Marketing Lead of the Toronto Chapter will report to the Chapter President and plan and execute the marketing strategy for the Toronto Chapter. The Marketing Lead will work closely with the Chapter President and National Marketing Director, other team leads and the marketing team volunteers to ensure key deliverables and targets are being met. We're looking for someone who is passionate about digital marketing and who has great ideas on how to promote Lean In Canada in Toronto!
The Membership Lead of the Toronto Chapter will report to the Chapter President. This role will be responsible for member attraction and engagement for the Toronto Chapter including membership growth strategy, revenue planning. survey analysis and interacting with our valued members. The Membership Lead will work closely with the Chapter President and National Membership Director, other team leads and the membership team volunteers to ensure key deliverables are being met. We're looking for someone who is passionate about leveraging feedback to build more meaningful experiences for our members at large!
Building out sponsorship strategy and overseeing implementation with monthly (or more frequent if needed) team meetings to ensure key deliverables are being met.
Responsible for identifying prospective sponsors, initial outreach and correspondence with prospects, and monthly communications emails to maintain sponsorship relations.
You will research, connect to, pitch, and negotiate sponsorships for Lean In Canada. You are excited to foster long term relationships with National Sponsors to build renewable partnerships for Lean In Canada. Attend monthly (or more frequent if needed) team meetings to ensure cohesion and key deliverables are being met. We're looking for someone who is passionate about partnerships and who is a motivated connector to promote Lean In Canada.
The Finance Lead of the Toronto Chapter will report to the Chapter President and will own the finance function for Toronto including budgeting, financial analysis, monthly reporting to National Board of Directors and cash flow management. The Finance Lead will work closely with the Chapter President and National Finance Director, other team leads and the finance team volunteers to ensure key deliverables are being met. We're looking for someone who is good with numbers and can help us build our financial shape!
Are you passionate about finding great candidates, and providing exceptional candidate experiences throughout the recruitment lifecycle? We are looking for someone who can help us build a pipeline of diverse and qualified candidates, in order to be a market leader for diversity and inclusion - and to ensure that we put great teams in place to carry out our mission.
Are you passionate about building best in class organizations through human resourcing and company culture? Working directly with the National President and other members of the Board, the HR Lead will be responsible for building Lean In Canada's overall HR strategy, developing HR processes and procedures, measuring the effectiveness of our HR efforts, and being a leader for diversity, inclusion and belonging within our organization.
The Lean In Canada Mentorship program partners early to mid-level professionals with senior level professional and entrepreneurial women in a self-directed mentorship program. Launching late 2018 the program is a great opportunity for Lean In Canada members to build their network and develop personally and professionally. We’re currently looking for volunteers to join our new Mentorship committee to help us design, plan and execute the program. Reporting to the National Director at Large, your responsibilities will include recruiting outstanding and successful mentor women across different industries and levels, identify inspired and ambitious mentees, facilitate successful matches and develop guidelines and support materials that create powerful connections and great growth opportunities.
"I’ve been exposed to an amazing community of great women whom I’ve relished the opportunity to get to know, network and build relationships with."
- Monique Ashpole