|Monitoring & Evaluation Advisor||Toronto or Ottawa||Mid Level||Employment||
Canadian Feed The Children (CFTC) – proudly and independently Canadian since 1986 – works to unlock children’s potential through community-led action in Canada and around the world. CFTC delivers development programs through local partners that have positive, meaningful, and sustained impact on children’s lives and on the self-sufficiency of their families and communities. If you share our passion for bettering children’s lives, and thrive in a collaborative, values-based culture where creativity and innovation are rewarded, please consider applying for this role.
About this Opportunity:
What we are looking for:
Interested? Please submit your resume and covering letter to: email@example.com
Please indicate the name of the position in the subject line. We thank all applicants for their interest however only those under consideration will be contacted. Our recruitment process begins as soon as applications are received. This position will remain open until the successful candidate has been selected.
Canadian Feed The Children is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. Canadian Feed The Children is committed to ensuring a barrier-free, accessible and inclusive work environment. We welcome and encourage applications from all people. Upon individual request, we will endeavour to remove any barrier to the hiring process to accommodate candidates with disabilities. Please inform us should accommodation be required at any point during the recruitment and selection process.
|Senior Program Accountant||Ottawa or Toronto||Mid Level||Employment||
Canadian Feed The Children (CFTC) – proudly and independently Canadian since 1986 – works to unlock children’s potential through community-led action in Canada and around the world. CFTC delivers development programs through local partners that have positive, meaningful, and sustained impact on children’s lives and on the self-sufficiency of their families and communities. Currently operating in five countries (Bolivia, Ethiopia, Ghana, Uganda, and in Indigenous communities in Canada), this award-winning, Imagine Canada Standards-accredited agency is at the leading edge of practice in the international development sector. If you share our passion for bettering children’s lives, and thrive in a collaborative, values-based culture where creativity and innovation are rewarded, please consider applying for this role.
SENIOR PROGRAM ACCOUNTANT
Interested? Please submit your C.V. and covering letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org
|Communications and Media Intern||Honduras||Entry Level||Internship||
Assist the World Renew Honduras team with marketing, communications and promotional activities. Act as the Honduras country liaison between World Renew Honduras and World Renew Home office in the assistance of preparing media products for use in the capital fundraising campaign.
|Thematic Internships with World Renew||Burlington, Ontario||Entry Level||Internship||
If you do not see an existing volunteer opportunity that works for you, we can work with you to create an internship that fits your program and interests. Contact us today!
Some possibilities include:
Connect with us at email@example.com to explore and learn more!
|Volunteer Opportunities for Youth/School Groups||International||Entry Level||Volunteer||
Is your youth group or school group looking for a missions opportunity?
World Renew’s Global Volunteer Program offers short-term volunteer opportunities year-round. These trips offer youth and young adults an opportunity to connect with members of an international community, experience a new country and culture, and get an introduction to good community development approaches to addressing poverty and social justice issues.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn about short-term opportunities for your group.
|Organizational Development Advisor||Parakou, Benin||Mid Level||Volunteer||
Location Parakou, Benin
Beginning date Nov 2019 – Jan 2020 (flexible)
Duration of the assignment 6 Months
Language required French
As part of its new project on gender-based violence, including female genital mutilation in northern Benin, Cuso International has developed a new partnership with the non-governmental organization APEM. As the first assignment with this organization, the purpose of this assignment is first to carry out an organizational diagnosis of the NGO APEM in order to assess the capacities of the organization and to allow the organization and Cuso International to identify mechanisms to improve the planning and management of projects and initiatives of the NGO APEM to improve the statue, rights and conditions of women and girls.
The Volunteer-Cooperant will have to carry out the following activities:
– Engage and guide the NGO APEM in an organizational self-assessment process
-To support the NGO APEM in the development of electronic archiving tools for goods / materials / equipment and services
-Accompany the NGO APEM in the process of development and drafting of strategic plan
-Accompany the NGO APEM in the implementation of the actions focused on the results
-To support the NGO APEM in the development of any other organizational aspect identified in the diagnosis
Essential academic skills:
-University degree in organizational development, management, program evaluation or any other relevant field
Experience / Essential Professional Skills:
– At least five years of experience in organizational development, strategic planning or management
Cuso International covers the following costs:
|Safeguarding and Complaints Coordinator||Burlington, ON||Mid Level||Employment||
Safeguarding and Complaints Coordinator
World Renew has recently passed a suite of safeguarding policies, including a Complaints Policy. This position will support the rollout of this policy across the breadth of organization. This will be done by building and strengthening capacity on complaints handling throughout the organization, including supporting safeguarding and complaints focal points in their role, handling investigations and reporting on complaints. The position will also handle complaints received at the home office level (Grand Rapids and Burlington) and coordinate all investigation processes.
Note: This position is expected to last for 1 year.
Overseeing the implementation of the Complaints Policy, together with related procedures and guidelines, throughout the organization;
Developing training material appropriate for a variety of audiences including but not limited to; general orientation for new staff, Complaints Focal Points, Partners
Handling complaints received at the Home Office by mail or through the email@example.com email inbox in coordination with the Complaints Handling Committee;
Coordinating all investigation processes, in coordination with the Complaints Handling Committee, including the timely appointment of investigation teams, support to the investigators where needed and enabling the presentation of the investigation team’s findings to the Hearing Committee.
Compiling an annual complaints report for the Senior Management Team (CPAC), including a global summary of the number and type of complaints received, along with information, where relevant, about how the complaint was handled and what lessons have been learned;
More information about this career opportunity can be found on our website: https://worldrenew.net/careers.
The application deadline for this position is January 2020.