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Director of Events

Opportunity Detail

The Neurology Research Association is in search of a passionate candidate to fill the Director of Events position. This is an exciting opportunity for you to gain experience in arranging and directing panel events, conferences, symposiums, workshops, and other academic-based activities. Those apart of our executive team enjoy and wonderful balance between work-life, leisure time, and academic commitments--; our individual goals are equally as important as our organizational goals.

Detail Notes

General Benefits: • Earn invaluable experience and practice in general management, event catering, and event coordinating. • Earn co-curricular hours to strengthen your c.v. for employers and graduate school • Earn free admission to all our events • Connect with researchers and professors • Make new friends APPLY: Please send a copy of your resume, cover letter, and general weekly availability to: nrauot@utoronto.ca

Requirements

General Duties: • Arrange catering and venue for events • Contribute ideas for events at executive meetings • Manage documents for events • Attend one executive meeting per week • Direct events *We encourage you to check out our constitution to get a better idea of what duties are involved with this position*

Deadline

In case applications are processed late, we encourage you to apply after the deadline.

Sponsored ByUlife, UTSU, and GSU

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Opportunity Details

Date PostedSep 15, 2018
Start DateJan 6, 2020
End DateAug 31, 2020
Apply BeforeJan 31, 2020
Category
General
Research
International
Award Type
Research
Meeting
Publishing
Other
Campus
St. George
Mississauga (UTM)
Scarborough (UTSC)
Level Of Study
Undergrad
Grad
Postgrad
Subject Areas
Physical Sciences
Life Sciences
Other
Eligibility
Qualified Candidates: • Must be available once or twice a week for work; • Must be available to attend one executive meeting per month; • Must be a U of T Undergraduate student, Graduate Student, or Alumni • Must be well organized and proactive