Various opportunities exist to take on projects at the District level. These roles do not qualify for credit as a role in the Distinguished Toastmaster program, however many of these projects would make excellent High Performance Leadership (HPL) or DTM projects, and educational credit may be earned.
Logistics Manager (LM)
- Co-ordinates meeting locations and organizes the room, ensuring the atmosphere is conducive to successful events, such as business meetings, speech contests, and training
- Sets up necessary equipment, assists district leaders with meeting arrangements, distributes program materials, keeps track of district property, and addresses disruptions during events
- A track record of organization and diplomacy are a must for this role
This person would work closely with the Logistics Manager to research appropriate no/low-cost facilities in District 60, suitable for District events. Several events, such as Club Officer Training, require special facilities and space is becoming more and more difficult to procure. Someone who can work well with people and manage many moving parts would be a good candidate for this project.
This person will manage a redesign project of the District 60 Website. Gathering information to help design a highly effective front-end that meets members needs, and efficiently manages the back-end to ensure maximum security are the key deliverables in this project. This person will coordinate a team of people with specialized skills and will work closely with the District Webmaster. This is a short-term project.
This person will serve as the key technical advisor responsible for maintaining the District website. This involves posting district announcements, removing outdated content, and troubleshooting functionality issues. Members who typically excel in this role are Internet savvy and creative. This is a one-year role, with the possibility of an extension.
Of-The-Year-Awards (OTYA) Chair
Every year District 60 awards four members for their outstanding contribution in a particular area. The Chair would promote the OTYA program, solicit nominations, and oversee the selection process. More information can be found on the OTYA page on this website.
If you are interested in applying for, or getting additional information on, any of the positions listed above, please let us know and we’ll be happy to explore the opportunity with you.