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Current Opportunities


The ICD is growing. We are looking for talented and dynamic professionals to join our team. Please see below for the following positions:

 



Vice President, Chapter Relations

The Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD) is a not-for-profit, member based organization working to improve trust in Canadian Organizations by supporting Canadian Directors and Boards across the for-profit, not-for-profit and Crown sectors. The ICD’s purpose is to improve trust and confidence in Canadian organizations by developing and activating Directors.
 
The ICD has more than 13,500 members in 11 Chapters across Canada and fosters the sharing of knowledge and wisdom through education, professional development programs | services and thought leadership to the highest standard of directorship. ICD members across all sectors of the economy oversee well in excess of $1 trillion in market capitalization and institutions that impact the lives of virtually every Canadian.
 
Each year, the ICD hosts a highly-regarded National Conference and Fellowship Awards Gala that brings together seasoned directors, executives and industry leaders for two days of thought leadership, networking and celebration. They examine emerging boardroom issues and deliver dynamic learning, dialogue and cutting-edge insight for directors.
 
Reporting to the President & CEO, the Vice President, Chapter Relations (VP) serves as an ambassador for the organization, with responsibility for creating and maintaining full partnership relationships with ICD Chapters. S/he will gain deep understanding of their concerns and priorities and develop meaningful and sustained relationships with Chapter Chairs and members. Working with other members of the senior management team, the Vice President, Chapter Relations will develop the plan to deliver the ICD’s strategic goal to “Enable local leadership”. S/he will proactively facilitate equipping Chapters with the resources necessary to attract and engage local contributors to board leadership who are personally committed to our shared ICD Purpose. The Vice President, Chapter Relations will operate in a way that helps the ICD to achieve its strategic goal to “Build Operational Excellence”.
 
With the important mandate of the ICD, the organization is seeking a sophisticated business leader with experience building collaborative connections with stakeholders in evolving a national organization. As an integral member of the senior management team, the VP must be capable of providing executive leadership in establishing and fostering strong and on-going relationships with Chapter Chairs, their executive teams and senior volunteers, acting as the Chapter advocate at the National level and the National advocate with the Chapters.
 
A natural facilitator and relationship builder, you bring a proven ability to engage partners and other resources to foster collaboration between Chapters and the organization. You have lead others through influence to pursue and capture opportunities in member engagement and acquisition. You are bilingual - inclusive, professional and action-oriented, you have a track record of mobilizing the efforts and talents of others towards shared goals.
 
ICD is partnering with Odgers Berndtson on this search. To apply to this opportunity in confidence, please send your resume to amanda.bugatto@ogersberndtson.com or apply online at http://www.odgersberndtson.com/en/careers/15018.
 

Vice President, Sales, Marketing & Membership


The Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD) is a not-for-profit, member based organization working to improve trust in Canadian Organizations by supporting Canadian Directors and Boards across the for-profit, not-for-profit and Crown sectors. The ICD’s purpose is to improve trust and confidence in Canadian organizations by developing and activating Directors.

The ICD has more than 13,500 members in 11 Chapters across Canada and fosters the sharing of knowledge and wisdom through education, professional development programs | services and thought leadership to the highest standard of directorship. ICD members across all sectors of the economy oversee well in excess of $1 trillion in market capitalization and institutions that impact the lives of virtually every Canadian.

Each year, the ICD hosts a highly-regarded National Conference and Fellowship Awards Gala that brings together seasoned directors, executives and industry leaders for two days of thought leadership, networking and celebration. They examine emerging boardroom issues and deliver dynamic learning, dialogue and cutting-edge insight for directors.

Reporting to the President & CEO, the Vice President Sales, Marketing & Membership (VP) serves as an ambassador for the organization, developing, integrating and implementing a broad range of programs and activities to advance the strategic direction and positioning of the ICD. 

With the important purpose of the ICD, the organization is seeking a commercially minded, purpose-driven, sales and marketing leader with experience building a cohesive high performing sales | marketing | membership | sponsorship team that will deliver financial growth and spur significant increase in impact and reach.  As an integral member of the senior management team, the VP must be capable of providing executive leadership in the development and implementation of sales, marketing and sponsorship strategies, and promoting the ICD with national Chapters, current and prospective members, and public and private sector organizations to garner positive profile, increased membership and member engagement.

A natural communicator and relationship builder, you bring a proven ability to leverage partners and other resources to achieve results, and have built sales and marketing programs to support, pursue and capture opportunities. A consummate professional - inclusive, diplomatic and open in nature, you have a track record of delivering upon ambitious growth targets.
 

ICD is partnering with Odgers Berndtson on this search. To apply to this opportunity in confidence, please send your resume to amanda.bugatto@ogersberndtson.com or apply online at https://www.odgersberndtson.com/en/careers/15003.

 

Director, Sponsorships


The Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD) is a not-for-profit, member-based organization working to improve trust in Canadian Organizations by supporting Canadian Directors and Boards across the for-profit, not-for-profit and Crown sectors. The ICD’s purpose is to improve trust and confidence in Canadian organizations by developing and activating Directors.

The ICD has more than 13,500 members in 11 Chapters across Canada and fosters the sharing of knowledge and wisdom through education, professional development programs| services and thought leadership to the highest standard of directorship. ICD members across all sectors of the economy oversee well in excess of $1 trillion in market capitalization and institutions that impact the lives of virtually every Canadian.

Each year, the ICD hosts a highly-regarded National Conference and Fellowship Awards Gala that brings together seasoned directors, executives and industry leaders for two days of thought leadership, networking and celebration. They examine emerging boardroom issues and deliver dynamic learning, dialogue and cutting-edge insight for directors.

Reporting to the Vice President, Sales, Marketing & Membership, the Director, Sponsorships is responsible for corporate, conference and other sponsorship, and revenue generation and diversification for the ICD. Employing a collaborative approach, the Director will execute strategies to leverage current strengths in conference sponsorships, and expand the reach of sponsorships by forging strong relationships with new corporations.

As an ideal candidate, you have a proven track record of building highly effective sponsorship programs that actively seek out and capitalize on business opportunities. A natural communicator and relationship builder, you bring a proven ability to leverage partners and other resources to achieve results, through corporate and conference sponsorship opportunities. Professional, with strong business acumen, you have a track record of delivering upon ambitious growth targets.


ICD is partnering with Odgers Berndtson on this search. To apply to this opportunity in confidence, please send your resume to amanda.bugatto@ogersberndtson.com or apply online at http://www.odgersberndtson.com/en/careers/15002.