We cannot do this work alone and we’re always looking for great talent. Becoming part of our team is a great way to apply your skills and learn new skills in a very meaningful way. If you're interested in joining our team, forward your cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
Director of Talent Acquisition
The Director of Talent Acquisition is responsible for executing full cycle recruitment of staff, Board Members, and volunteers. He/she is also directly responsible for the development and implementation of the talent recruitment strategy.
The Treasurer is responsible for overseeing the management and reporting of non-profit finances. It is the responsibility of the Treasurer to ensure the financial stability of the organization by ensuring that proper financial records and procedures are maintained through the use of appropriate accounting procedures and controls.
Director of Fund Development
The Director of Fund Development is responsible for all fundraising initiatives and activities of the organization. This includes the development and implementation of the fundraising strategy as it’s related to membership, sponsorship, funding applications, and swag.
The Secretary of the Board is responsible for providing administrative and clerical support to the Board, through the timely and accurate collection and sharing of information directly related to its activities. The Secretary ensures that the Board is well informed and that its activities are well documented for the use of Board members and relevant government bodies.
Director of Marketing and Communications
The Director of Marketing and Communications is responsible for the development and implementation of marketing and communications plans with supported metrics. She/he will work in tandem with the President and Director of Talent Acquisition to ensure the effective communication of all programs and opportunities.
Manager, Urban Data
We are currently seeking a volunteer Manager for Urban Data. The Manager will be tasked to build out the Data Research Team. This team will support our local storytelling in Calgary through the use of municipal, provincial, and federal data with the goal of better understanding Calgary’s urban landscape to produce public policy proposals. The aim of these proposals is to ensure that Calgary continues to produce a more resilient local economy that supports environmental sustainability, and creates a desirable quality of life for everyone.
Member, Year in Review Committee
As part of our research initiative, we produce an annual report that collects the best pieces of research our organization has collected and shared over the past year. As part of our Year In Review Committee, you will be responsible for going through our research, selecting the pieces that stand out, and produce meme’s using that research.
As an Analyst, you will be responsible for taking assigned research from our database and producing very short summaries. We currently categorize our research into 20 sections, so analysts will need to be comfortable with research from a diverse array of city topics such as economic development, transportation, energy, and mental health. The goal of this approach is for our Analysts to better understand the interconnected nature of cities.
Art & Culture
Cycling & Walkability
Diversity & Inclusion
Economy & Entrepreneurship
Parks & Public Space
Safety & Security
Semi-Private Community Space