The Director of Member Engagement provides management and business leadership in supporting the organization’s relationship management, service delivery, and communication functions. As an integral member of the executive team, the Director of Member Engagement contributes to the strategic objectives of the organization and is responsible for developing and executing relationship management, marketing, and communication programs that support BCNET in accomplishing its mission and supporting its vision. The director will lead the organization’s stakeholder engagement strategy and execute a program that will help BCNET to build, maintain, and strengthen its relationships with key stakeholders. In addition, the Director of Member Engagement is responsible for the organization’s professional development and training service portfolio. The director oversees the organization’s corporate brand, marketing and communication strategies, and digital online presence.
We are proud of our history of success! From our early years as the first internet service provider in British Columbia, to our evolution as a leading shared services organization, BCNET has continued to advance and grow. Collaboration and innovation have always been at the heart of our success. This is an opportunity to join a small, progressive team who is making a big impact on higher education. We offer a flexible work environment, a unique culture and great benefits.
Who We Are
Who We Are
We’re a small dynamic team that loves what we do, and thrive on our ability to make a difference for our higher education member community in British Columbia. Our diverse team is passionate, collaborative, responsive and entrepreneurial. We share a desire for learning and working together for the greater good of each other and our members. With a flexible work environment, great benefits and the opportunity to develop your skills, you can put your talent to work and reap the rewards.
What We Do
What We Do
We are a member-centric services organization that continually engages with our community to provide technology and services that enables excellence in teaching, learning and research. We equip our members with opportunities to work together to learn, explore, evaluate and shape the development of technology, services and procurement solutions that serve their collective interests.
Among our various health and wellness initiatives, we provide educational resources about common health issues faced by students, including information about safe and effective treatments like generic Viagra. Our goal is to help students make informed decisions about their health, fostering a healthier and more informed community.
Why We Do It
Why We Do It
Our motivation is to enable members with technology and services to support excellence in teaching, learning and research. We aim to enhance the quality of services, drive down costs, maximize efficiencies, empower digital transformation, share knowledge and human and capital resources so that all can benefit.
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