Manager, Canada Region
THE ORGANIZATION Founded in 1987, Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO) is a peer-to-peer business network of more than 14,000 entrepreneurs in more than 190 chapters and 60 countries. EO’s core values are common pillars across regions helping members to learn and grow together, be bold, trust and respect their peers, and have fun. EO’s international staff collaborates successfully across cultures. Getting to know members and staff from around the world and a generous professional development allowance are frequently cited as among the most popular benefits of working at EO. JOB DESCRIPTION The Manager, Canada Region will provide guidance to regional chapters, chapter leadership, and the Regional Council members consistent with the mission and vision statements of the global organization. The incumbent will advise chapter board officers on standard chapter operations and best practices with a primary goal of enabling healthy, growing chapters consistently deliver the EO brand to their members. This position may be based out of the home office located in Canada. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Manages a portfolio of fourteen chapters, building relationships and helps to provide a valuable member background. Serves as main point of contact for Presidents, Chapter staff, and Member Leaders of those chapters, working with them to resolve all questions and concerns. Helps chapters with a variety of issues throughout the year with the main goal in mind of putting the chapter in the best possible position to succeed. Provides clear and concise communication regarding the direction and requirements of the global organization to the chapters. Promotes the PEAK checklist and keeps Presidents informed on upcoming items as well as their chapters’ status towards achieving the overall goal. Aids in chapter strategic planning and execution during annual summit meetings, monthly area calls, and other scheduled chapter events. Serves as the staff liaison to 2 Area Directors and supports them in delivering support to their assigned chapters. Promotes the EO Strategy Summit program and assists staff in planning; attending between four -14 summit meetings annually across Canada. Drives the onboarding process for new chapters, with support from the Director, Chapter Launches. Serves as the Staff liaison to a select few of the Growth, Background and Product Experts. Manages Forum, Learning, Mentorship, EOA, GSEA and MyEO initiatives for the region. Attends at least three EO leadership and membership conferences annually. Assists the Staff Regional Director in preparing for the annual Presidents’ Meeting, Alignment Meeting, Global Leadership Conference, and 1 Canada as well as supporting logistics for 3-5 Regional Meetings. Assists the Forum Team & regional event planner in preparing for the annual Moderator Summit. Attends various video conference calls across the membership department, Canadian region, and with global staff. Performs other duties as assigned. REQUIREMENTS, SKILLS, AND KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED Bachelor's degree in any field. Min three years' professional expertise, preferably in a nonprofit/association/membership organization. Excellent organizational and customer service skills. Event and logistic background wanted. Proficiency in collaboration tools such as Samepage and Sharpspring (CRM) etc. preferred. Expertise to interact with entrepreneurs with tact, diplomacy and poise. Well-developed analytical and analytical abilities. A self-starter who desires to show ownership and commitment to the job. Exercises confidentiality and discretion. Promotes cultural competency and global awareness. Establishes relationships proactively; shows genuine interest in the needs and concerns of others; maintain a positive attitude; build networks. ADA SPECIFICATIONS Professional workplace where business casual attire is required. Expertise to work in a high energy and high pressure environment. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties and responsibilities of the role. Additional hours may be required during periods of heavy workload. Flexibility is required in the daily work schedule to accommodate tasks. Travel will be required, up to 35% of the time.
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