Opportunity: Get Involved with the Night of a Thousand Dinners!

Terry readers, check out this neat opportunity from the folks at IRSA! Details below.

Night of a Thousand Dinners is an annual gala which raises much needed funds for the Canadian Landmine Foundation. This year the event will be held on November 24th at the Marriott.  The N1KD Planning Committee is now recruiting for four new positions.

Please submit coverletter and resume to ameliaboultbee@gmail.com by September 30th.

1) Head of Sales Team- “The Smooth Talker”
This person will have the opportunity to lead their own team and help us reach our 400 attendee goal- making this the biggest Night of a Thousand Dinners to date.
-this position requires innovation, creativity and the ability to motivate others
-tons of positive attitude a must!
-personality should be outgoing yet professional

2) Sales Team (2 people needed)- “The Closers”
-these people will have the opportunity to liaise with our VIP partner organizations by selling tables
-enthusiasm and understanding of sales needed
-professionalism and great attitude a must

3) Media Liaison- “The Media Guru”
-knowledge of local and provincial papers
-ability to write a press release
-ability to speak to the press confidently
-willingness to acquire high level of knowledge re: the event in order to be able to convey our message

4) Special Events Coordinator – “The Guerilla Marketing Pro”
Now here is a very special position requiring a distinct person. This person knows that rules were made to be….bent slightly, and that the bigger and more meaningful the publicity stunt, the better. Requires thinking outside the box, previous experience recommended- will work closely with Media Liaison when Special Events arise.

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Shagufta is a UBC Political Science graduate with a passion for interdisciplinary thinking, writing, travel, reading, tea, and interesting conversations. She hopes to combine all of these things in her life work someday. For now though, she studies social policy and planning at the University of Toronto and shares her adventures in and out of the classroom at http://seriouslyplanning.wordpress.com.