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MIBA Director Hiring Role Descriptions

It’s that time of the year again! Are you interested in joining the amazing MIBA team?

We offer 5 different roles and are looking for motivated and talented associates!

Director of Marketing

The Marketing Directors will support the VP of Marketing to maintain, improve and promote the MIBA brand to the UofT community and the organization’s internal and external sponsors. Utilizing their creativity and passion for design, the directors will create promotional content and advertising to gain the interest of students for MIBA’s events and other initiatives.

 

The Marketing Directors will also continuously update and design the MIBA website and other social media platforms in order to provide resources to the students. Additionally, the Marketing team will work closely with the VP of Business Development to provide strategic direction on how the MIBA brand can be utilized to increase interest in our organization.

The Marketing Director should possess:

  • Passion for advertising and content creation with a good understanding of design principles

  • Experience with social media management and graphic design, particularly, use of the Adobe Suite, Wix, and the willingness to learn new programs

  • Be able to create and implement a comprehensive marketing program that will increase MIBA’s exposure and enhance our image and position within the UTSC management community

Director of Operations

The Operations Directors will work closely with their Vice President to develop, plan and execute events for Management and other University students, focusing on professional development. You will manage all aspects of the event planning process, including collaboration with internal and external stakeholders, activities development, and budget tracking.

The Operations Director should possess:

  • Be creative/ingenious in planning and organizing events

  • Possess excellent time management and organizational skills, with a strong attention to detail. Be responsible at all time

  • Be able to effectively work in team settings and understand when it is necessary to lead the group

  • Have confidence in their oral and communication skills as they will be working with the entire MIBA team, the Department of Management and externals

Director of External Relations

An essential component of MIBA’s overall success is reliant on the support from both the Department of Management and businesses in our community. As an External Relations Director, you will work closely with Industry Professionals to develop and maintain positive relationships, potential sponsors, as well as the Department of Management staff. The External Relations Director will work closely with the Department of Management, and potential sponsors to encourage them in being involved with MIBA’s initiatives. With the focus of professional, academic, and social development in mind, the Director will also work closely with the MIBA team to organize and execute events for all management students and raise capital.

The External Relations Director should possess:

  • Polished and professional communication skills towards peers, the Department of Management, UTSC Alumni and externals

  • Strong written and analytical skills used in building sponsorship packages for external use

  • Ability to develop and maintain meaningful relations

  • Willingness to reach out to new industry professionals through various channels

  • Excellent interpersonal and negotiation skills

  • Refined and tested organizational abilities, time management skills and attention to detail

Director of Human Resources

The Human Resources Director provides support to the entire MIBA organization and plays an instrumental role in creating our organization culture. The HR Director will be in charge of handling many of the administrative details of the organization, including planning meetings, managing candidates and team members database, booking rooms and boothing spaces, etc. Furthermore, the Director will be in charge of organising our internal team socials and managing availability of the team to create schedules in relation to the given task. Working closely with the President and the VP of Business Operations, the candidate will ensure that there is constant and efficient communication between the entire team and the President and other Vice Presidents who may be in co-op or abroad.

The Human Resources Director should possess: 

  • Refined and tested organizational abilities and attention to detail

  • Polished communication skills towards the team, the DOM, and externals

  • Excellent time management skills and ability to prioritize

  • Outstanding teamwork abilities by collaborating effectively with all members of MIBA

  • Strong willingness to learn (e.g. Event planning, handling technology, etc.)

  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Excel, PowerPoint, Words, Outlook) is an asset

Director of Business Development (MIB students only)

*This position is only open to students in the MIB Program*

 

The Business Development Directors will work alongside the VP and act as the liaison between the Management and International Business (MIB) cohort and the administration including the Co-op Office and Management Department. They will be leading a team of associates. 

 

The MIB Business Development Director should possess: 

  • Sense of enterprise and ability to carry their ideas to fruitition

  • Outstanding interpersonal and outreach skills

  • High degree of responsibility, integrity, and accountability

  • Demonstrated time management skills and ability to prioritize

  • Comfortable with LinkedIn, Outlook, Google Drive, Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel)

  • Previous involvement in long-term projects, advocacy, or student union is an asset 

Director of Finance

The Finance Director supports the VP of Finance by managing the organization’s funding and expenses. The director will be in-charge of MIBA’s financial account and manage all incoming, outgoing, and reimbursement transactions.

The Finance Director should possess: 

  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Excel, PowerPoint, Words, Outlook)

  • Prior experience with account management

  • Excellent time management skills and ability to prioritize

  • An innovative mindset and eye for spotting possibilities for improvement

  • Good understanding of system development and data management frameworks

  • Polished communication skills and confidence to speak to peers, the Department of Management and externals

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