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Director of Leadership Programs

Downtown Montreal
NPO | Finance | #3800
Permanent | French
Differentiating elements
  • Key Role with High Added Value
  • Leisure Activities
  • Mission with Constructive Impact
  • Structured Environment

About the employer

Our client is a large-scale NPO that promotes university education through professional mentoring. This innovative approach encourages the development of students' skills while engaging them in lifelong learning, in addition to the financial support offered by the program.

Advantages

Superb corporate mission - Positive impact for the next generation of professionals - High visibility key role - Opportunity to make a real difference - Incredible network of contacts - Networking events - Travel for work - Versatile position - Varied projects - Flexible schedule - Hybrid mode - 5 weeks vacation - Holiday leave - Full benefits - RRSP - Competitive salary - Bonus program.

Your responsibilities in a few words!

Ensures that information on the Group’s strategic planning, programs, achievements and challenges is shared with collaborators – Identifies the knowledge needed to advance the Group’s scientific themes and cycles through well-founded research – Collaborates with the communications team on scientific content related to these themes and cycles – Participates in synthesizing studies, research and analyze the causes and consequences of issues with a view to developing solid scientific cycles – Supports students and mentors with a view to nurturing the group’s leadership program – Helps develop the leadership program and scientific cycles – Cooperates in the selection process for students and mentors – Produces reference documents, reports, content and literary reviews from the group’s various fields of interest – Writes program booklets for participating members – Occasionally revises texts or documents produced by the group – Prepares texts for presentations or conferences – Draws up documents for the selection process of future participating members – Prepares invitations and communications with selection committee members

Your assets for this position!

  • MBA or BAC in administration, finance or project management
  • Versatile experience in project and budget management
  • Excellent ability to communicate information and clarify grey areas
  • Excellent writing skills in French and English
  • Bilingualism: required
  • Summary

    An ideal opportunity for someone who is communicative, collaborative, versatile, organized, charismatic, professional, committed, curious and a natural leader. Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer, a transparent, respectful manager open to new ideas, you will play an important role within the Foundation. You’ll write position papers and literary reviews from a variety of research fields, and develop scientific content that advances the group’s knowledge and innovative ideas. Evolve in your career while participating in the positive development of future professionals. Apply here to find out more about this unique role.

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