Alberta Automotive Recyclers and Dismantlers

The Environment Will Thank You

Thanks to the latest technology, over 95% of a vehicle can be recycled. More

Your Wallet Will Thank You

Recycled parts cost a fraction of new parts and significantly reduce the cost of your repairs, with original equipment parts. More

Your Car Will thank You

Repairers match the recycled parts they use to your vehicle make and model. This means your vehicle will be repaired with original equipment parts made specifically for it, rather than generic aftermarket parts.   More

Alberta Automotive Recyclers and Dismantlers Association


Executive Director Position Description
The Executive Director of the Association provides overall management services to the board of directors and members of the organization. The person will oversee the Association’s communications and publications, governmental relations and monitoring of legislative changes and assorted other areas. They will work closely with the Board of Directors to determine the needs of the society from a business and administrative perspective.

The responsibilities of the Executive Director include:
– preparing the annual budget in cooperation with the Association’s
Treasurer and subsequent monitoring of the resulting fiscal plan. Other
aspects of financial administration; this includes preparation of the
annual submission required by the Alberta Societies Act and ensuring
compliance with other financial reporting requirements that are prepared
by the Association’s Accountant and Treasurer
– Responsible for membership recruitment and the admission of new Direct
and Associate members
– Coordination of lobbying efforts with government and regulatory bodies
– Keeping members informed of developments and disseminating news items
– Planning and coordinating of all Board meetings
– Planning, organizing and carrying out the annual general meeting and
– Execution of special projects as directed by board members
– Provision of advice and guidance to optimize the effectiveness of the
– Working to add benefits for members. Working with associate members and
any other business that provide benefits for members. Keeping the members
updated and informed of all benefits.
– Represent the Association as one of two Alberta delegates to the
Automotive Recyclers of Canada. Interacts with AMVIC to maintain a
cooperative relationship.
– Keep the association web site up to date, work with the web site manager

Skills required:
Knowledge in the use of Microsoft office tools- Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint
Ability to update the Association’s website using WordPress prefered
Knowledge of how to run Board and General meetings, such as Roberts Rules
Well developed verbal and communication skills
Well developed Facilitation and presentation skills
Strategic thinking and visionary skills
Knowledge of the automotive industry and auto recycling in particular will be beneficial.
Ability to travel occasionally

This is a part time position. Training is available. The successful candidate must have their own transportation. This is a contract position.

For more information or to apply, please submit your resume to [email protected]