Current Opportunities

Current Opportunities

Position(▼) Organization(▼) Location(▼) Level(▼) Type(▼) Details(▼) Deadline(▼)
Resource Development Officer, Foundations // Agent.e de développement des ressources, Fondations Toronto or Montreal Mid Level Employment

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Working as part of the Philanthropy and Public Engagement team, the incumbent establishes new philanthropic partnerships with foundation funders to effectively cultivate lasting relationships with Crossroads International in order to support raising a minimum of $1M annually. Key responsibilities include research and relationship building with prospective donors; research and writing complex and highly customized funding proposals, grant applications and stewardship reports. The incumbent will also be responsible for key database functions for the Philanthropy team. // Au sein de l’équipe Philanthropie et Engagement public, le titulaire du poste établit de nouveaux partenariats philanthropiques avec des fondateurs afin de cultiver efficacement des relations durables avec Carrefour International dans le but de soutenir la collecte d’un minimum d’un million de dollars par an. Ses principales responsabilités comprennent la recherche et l’établissement de relations avec des donateurs potentiels, la recherche et la rédaction de propositions de financement complexes et hautement personnalisées, de demandes de subventions et de rapports de gestion. Le titulaire du poste sera également responsable des principales fonctions de la base de données pour l’équipe Philanthropie.

09/24/2021
Program Manager Whitehorse, Yukon (consideration will be given to remote work in Yukon, NWT or Nunavut with the right candidate) Senior Employment

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About This Opportunity

Reporting to the Executive Director, the Program Manager oversees the coordination and implementation of diverse and innovative global learning programs and opportunities at NCGC. They ensure effective design, development, and implementation of programs as well as other complementary projects, including those managed alongside our partners in the Inter-Council Network, Spur Change and Fund for Innovation and Transformation (FIT). A major component of this role is ensuring coordination between multiple programs, and that they align with NCGC’s organizational goals. This includes ensuring gender equality, sustainable development and justice are at the heart of all of our programs. In collaboration with the Executive Director, the Program Manager will provide overall leadership in the design and delivery of NCGC programs, manage small teams, and coordinate with program participants, contractors, and NCGC staff.

09/24/2021
Senior Manager, Compliance Toronto, with current work from home arrangements. Senior Employment

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Position Title: Senior Manager, Compliance

Location: Toronto, with occasional travel to War Child Canada’s countries of operation when allowed, with current work from home arrangements.

Reporting: Vice President, Finance & Operations

Contract: Permanent

Background
War Child Canada is a registered Canadian charity based in Toronto that works with war-affected communities to help children reclaim their childhood through access to education, opportunity, and justice. War Child Canada has over 15 years of experience working in communities in conflict and post-conflict zones. All work is implemented in direct partnership with local communities, local NGOs and other stakeholders using a child-centered approach. War Child Canada works in Afghanistan, Iraq, Uganda, DRC, Sudan, and South Sudan.

Position summary
The Senior Manager, Compliance leads the Grants team at War Child Canada to effectively manage donor agreements and management of multi-year country-level budgets and spending. Additionally, the Senior Manager, Compliance is responsible for the development of new restricted budgets, maintaining oversight of all restricted funding, provides analysis, strengthens grant management and compliance systems and oversees grant reporting in close co-ordination with grant, finance and program staff.

Responsibilities
-Restricted funding oversight and analysis
-Maintains oversight of all restricted funding and conducts multi-year analysis including cost recovery to strengthen War Child Canada’s programming and operations, in accordance with growth plans and country strategies.
-Manages and maintains oversight of all cost-share obligations.

Project Compliance and Audit
-Responsible for contract and project administration, ensuring proper record keeping for all donor contracts, reporting, close-outs and donor audits.
-Ensures grants and allocations are implemented in compliance with relevant donor contracts and War Child Canada policies, regulations, and allowable costs.
-Responsible for the review of donor agreements and contracts with the International Programs Team
-Responsible for communication of donor requirements to country office and HQ teams.
-Oversees sub-granting including compliance, implementation, and close-out of sub awards.
-Closely monitors project spending and cost allocations, liaising with finance and program staff as needed on project audits and recovery management.
-Oversees War Child Canada’s partnership management cycle including pre-award assessments, partnership agreements and other relevant documents, ensuring compliance with grant agreements.
-Oversee the successful coordination and completion of donor and country office audits
-Establish internal audits in country offices
-Carry out periodic field level financial reviews

Grant Reporting Oversight
-Oversight for the submission of accurate financial reports for all grants in coordination with grant, finance and program staff, ensuring financial reports align to narrative reporting
-Oversees the timely submission of payment requests to donors, tracking all restricted revenue and collection of donor revenues.

Country Budget Development and Oversight
-Works with country offices and head office staff to manage, monitor and reforecast country-level budget projections and spending.
-Maintains a complete overview of all restricted funding including multi-year projections and pipeline tracking, in coordination with other finance and program staff.

Systems Strengthening
-Strengthens War Child Canada’s Grant Management framework, structure and processes including the design and development of procedures, budgeting, and grant management tools.
-Supports the development of organizational systems and policies to ensure project compliance and consistent application with donor rules and regulations.
-Build financial capacity across the global organization through mentoring, training and support

Project budget development and narratives
-Oversees the development of new project budgets and budget narratives for grant funding aligned to donor requirements, in accordance with long-term country projections, cost-share obligations and cost recovery requirements.

Qualifications
Education
-Degree in finance, accounting, business, public administration, or relevant subject.

Experience
-Minimum five years financial management experience of restricted donor revenue within an NGO, charitable or non-profit organization, preferably an international organization.
-Experience in negotiating, implementing, and closing contractual obligations with government and institutional donors.

Knowledge and Technical Skills
-Technical knowledge of institutional donor rules, regulations and compliance such as US Government (2 CFR 200, 2 CFR 600) and the Government of Canada.
-Excellent financial management skills with experience of budgeting, allocations, cost recovery principles and GAAP.
-Demonstrated ability in developing and implementing financial systems and procedures.
-Proven ability to train, support and mentor non-finance staff.
-Ability to analyze financial data, with excellent analytical and problem-solving skills and strong attention to detail.
-Strong organizational skills including the ability to simultaneously manage multiple priorities
-Willingness and ability to travel internationally to War Child Canada’s countries of operation.

Competencies/ Personal Qualities
-Excellent interpersonal skills.
-Diplomacy and negotiation skills.
-Ability to work well with a team.
-Adaptability and flexibility.

Contacts/ Key Relationships
-External institutional donors
-Vice President, Finance & Operations
-Internal Grant Managers and Finance staff
-Country Directors and key program staff
-Direct reports: Grant Managers
-Indirect Reports: Countries of Operation

Compensation
-A highly competitive compensation package will be provided, commensurate with experience and qualifications.

Application process
INTERESTED APPLICANTS ARE INVITED TO SEND A CURRICULUM VITAE AND AN ACCOMPANYING COVER LETTER ELECTRONICALLY TO:

Email: jobs@warchild.ca

Please include your salary expectations in your cover letter.

Please ensure your application email has the subject heading of ‘Senior Manager, Compliance – [insert your name]’

Only those applicants selected for an interview will be notified. We regret we cannot entertain phone calls. War Child Canada is an equal opportunity employer.

War Child Canada is committed to providing a work environment in which all individuals are treated with respect and dignity. Final candidates will be vetted in accordance with War Child Canada’s Child Safeguarding Policy and Prevention of Sexual Abuse and Exploitation Policy, including appropriate reference and security checks.

War Child Canada is committed to providing an accessible workplace.  For individuals with disabilities, accommodation is available upon request. Should you require accommodation at any stage of the selection process, please let us know. We will work with you to meet your needs.

Candidates should be legally entitled to work in Canada. War Child Canada will not provide relocation support.

For more information about War Child Canada, please visit www.warchild.ca

Deadline: September 26, 2021 (rolling recruitment)

09/26/2021
volunteer advocate – ending extreme poverty virtual Entry Level Volunteer

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We are an advocacy organization that believes everyday people can use their voices to generate the political will to end extreme poverty in low and middle income countries. We combine the voices of our volunteers with strategic areas of focus to leverage resources for programs and improved policies that give people living in poverty the health, education and opportunity they need to thrive.

As part of a group, volunteers take impactful advocacy actions by writing to the media, voicing their opinion on social media, and engaging with parliamentarians. If you’re ready to learn about advocacy and committed to taking action every month, join us!

sign up to volunteer or learn more: https://resultscanada.ca/join-us/

09/30/2021
E-volunteer opportunities Remote (projects in Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Uganda, Sri Lanka, Vietnam) Mid Level Volunteer

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Your work building capacity towards more resilient and inclusive economies is needed now more than ever! WUSC continues to work with our partners around the world through the support of e-volunteers residing in Canada. As an e-volunteer, you can work part-time and remotely from your kitchen table and still make an impact. See the link to our available e-volunteer opportunities and e-volunteer FAQ. / Votre travail de renforcement des capacités en vue de créer des économies plus résilientes et inclusives est nécessaire plus que jamais! L’EUMC continue de travailler avec ses partenaires à travers le monde grâce au soutien de volontaires en ligne résidant au Canada. En tant que volontaire en ligne, vous pouvez travailler à distance de votre table de cuisine et avoir un impact grâce au programme de volontariat en ligne de l’EUMC! Consultez les opportunités et cliquez pour notre FAQ sur le volontariat en ligne.

09/30/2021
International Volunteer Opportunities Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Uganda, Sri Lanka, Vietnam Mid Level Volunteer

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WUSC has resumed planning and recruitment for international departures for our volunteer assignments from, earliest, October 2021. Follow the link to read more about our international departures planning and see our upcoming opportunities and see our international volunteer FAQ. / L’EUMC a repris la planification et le recrutement pour les affectations de volontariat à l’international pour des départs à partir d’octobre 2021, au plus tôt. Consultez les opportunités internationales et cliquez pour notre FAQ sur le volontariat international.

09/30/2021
Operations Officer Remote due to Covid – North York Mid Level Employment

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Title: Operations Officer, Canada Country Office
Type: Permanent Full Time
Location: Flexible (Canada)

Canadian Feed the Children’s vision is a world in which children thrive, free of poverty. For nearly 35 years, CFTC has been working with local partners in Uganda, Ethiopia, Ghana, Bolivia, and with Indigenous Nations and communities in Canada, to deliver programs that have positive, meaningful, and sustained impact on the health, education and well-being of children and the self-sufficiency of their families and communities. If you share our passion for bettering children’s lives, and you thrive in a collaborative, values-based culture please consider applying for this role.

About this Opportunity

Guided by a strengths-based multidisciplinary approach rooted in the principles and values of inclusion, anti-racism, anti-oppression and self-determination the Operations Officer will work closely with the 30+ Indigenous partners and communities CFTC works with in Canada to support and strengthen the operational delivery and impact of their innovative community and partner-led programs.
This unique role ensures that the Indigenous programs in Canada are operating effectively and efficiently with the various partners, in keeping within operational planning goals and the strategic plan. The position is responsible for program monitoring and reporting with our 30+ Indigenous partners in Canada throughout Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Northern Ontario, New Brunswick, Newfoundland/Labrador and the Northwest Territories.
In this role, you will support our partners with monitoring, qualitative and quantitative reporting on program activities and results, ensuring alignment between partner activities and donor agreements, monitoring of partner and project budgets and expenses, ensuring consistency in compliance excellence and lead the coordination of our service agreements with partners.
We are looking for candidates with proven ability to work in a relational way with Indigenous Nations and communities, and have a strong commitment to CFTCs community-led food sovereignty approach. To thrive in this role you will need strong collaboration and problem solving skills, a meticulous attention to detail and organization, and will have some experience with project management and budget management. You are solutions oriented and are able to proactively identify potential challenges and propose creative solutions to improve processes and meet established goals. You will be energized by working across a variety of functions, and understand that in a key role in a growing organization, the duties, responsibilities, and priorities for this role will be subject to change, growth and evolution.

Title: Operations Officer, Canada Country Office
Type: Permanent Full Time
Location: Flexible (Canada)

Canadian Feed the Children’s vision is a world in which children thrive, free of poverty. For nearly 35 years, CFTC has been working with local partners in Uganda, Ethiopia, Ghana, Bolivia, and with Indigenous Nations and communities in Canada, to deliver programs that have positive, meaningful, and sustained impact on the health, education and well-being of children and the self-sufficiency of their families and communities. If you share our passion for bettering children’s lives, and you thrive in a collaborative, values-based culture please consider applying for this role.

About this Opportunity

Guided by a strengths-based multidisciplinary approach rooted in the principles and values of inclusion, anti-racism, anti-oppression and self-determination the Operations Officer will work closely with the 30+ Indigenous partners and communities CFTC works with in Canada to support and strengthen the operational delivery and impact of their innovative community and partner-led programs.
This unique role ensures that the Indigenous programs in Canada are operating effectively and efficiently with the various partners, in keeping within operational planning goals and the strategic plan. The position is responsible for program monitoring and reporting with our 30+ Indigenous partners in Canada throughout Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Northern Ontario, New Brunswick, Newfoundland/Labrador and the Northwest Territories.
In this role, you will support our partners with monitoring, qualitative and quantitative reporting on program activities and results, ensuring alignment between partner activities and donor agreements, monitoring of partner and project budgets and expenses, ensuring consistency in compliance excellence and lead the coordination of our service agreements with partners.
We are looking for candidates with proven ability to work in a relational way with Indigenous Nations and communities, and have a strong commitment to CFTCs community-led food sovereignty approach. To thrive in this role you will need strong collaboration and problem solving skills, a meticulous attention to detail and organization, and will have some experience with project management and budget management. You are solutions oriented and are able to proactively identify potential challenges and propose creative solutions to improve processes and meet established goals. You will be energized by working across a variety of functions, and understand that in a key role in a growing organization, the duties, responsibilities, and priorities for this role will be subject to change, growth and evolution.

Areas of Responsibility
• Support community-led partner projects and program implementation with Indigenous partners across Canada.
• Communicate regularly with partners and provide support as they work on annual plans, budgets, and project implementation. Support completion of data and financial reports and on story collection.
• Support the development and implementation of partner program plans, budgets, and provide ongoing support to partners as they monitor and report on the results and program expenditure. Support partners with major procurement and ensure overall compliance to donor and CFTC policies.
• In collaboration with the Sr Program Accountant, ensure the Canada Country Office and partner financial reports, other incoming reports, expenditures and requests for advances are accurate and complete.
• Collaborate with the wider Programs team in Canada and throughout CFTC to ensure quality programming that represents best practice and delivers impact.
• Responsible for the Canada Country Office’s information management process and systems, ensuring key documents are organized on the Canadian Feed The Children shared drives.
• Stay informed of emerging political, social, economic and environmental issues and development contexts with Indigenous People in Canada.
• Contribute to collaboration and knowledge sharing with internal staff teams, effectively and efficiently towards meeting annual operational planning goals in pursuit of achieving strategic goals.
• Travel to partner communities in Canada, as required.
• As a key role in a growing organization, the duties, responsibilities, projects, and priorities for this role will be subject to change, growth and evolution over time.
• Proactively look for ways to apply their experience to simplify and improve our day-to-day program operations and processes.

Qualifications and Competencies
• Relevant experience in project administration and experience with Indigenous Nations and communities in Canada, preferably in food security and food sovereignty with a commitment to building and maintaining long-term partnerships and community relationships.
• Proven ability to work with community members and provide administrative support to projects, communicate effectively with partners, monitor progress, manage budgets and expenses, provide accurate and timely reporting on results.
• Proven ability to work in a relational way with Indigenous Nations and communities and understand the importance of community-led development. Ability to speak an Indigenous language is an asset.
• Strong and proactive problem-solving skills, able to identify challenges or bottlenecks and proactively propose potential solutions to improve how the organization functions.
• Strong written and verbal communication skills.
• Strong organizational skills – electronic filing of project documents, multiple versions of documents, signed agreements, etc.
• Experience with digital tools, including an ability to work with Microsoft Office 365 and prepare and complete basic financial reports and budgets/reports in Excel.
• Demonstrated adaptability, professionalism, attention to detail, collaboration, teamwork, self-direction and initiative.
• Commitment to Canadian Feed The Children’s vision, mission, and values.
• When approved and permitted, be able to travel to partnering organizations across Canada, approximately 30% of the time.
• Ability to work outside regular working hours as required (evening and weekends at times) along with a valid driver’s license.

For this role, we are proactively looking for candidates with lived experience in an Indigenous community and, or direct experience working with Indigenous communities. We encourage all First Nations, Metis and Inuit peoples or Indigenous peoples of North America, to self-identify in their applications.
Interested? Please quote the position title in the subject line and submit your resume and cover letter to: jobs@canadianfeedthechildren.ca
We thank all applicants for their interest however only those under consideration will be contacted. This position will remain open until the successful candidate has been selected.
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Canadian Feed the Children (CFTC) is committed to inclusive, accessible and barrier-free employment practices and to creating a workplace that reflects and supports the diversity of our community. We encourage and welcome applications from qualified applicants including members of racialized groups, Indigenous Peoples, women, persons with disabilities, and persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity. Please let us know if you require an accommodation and we will work with you to ensure a barrier-free hiring process. For further information about Accessibility or Accommodation process at CFTC, please contact our People and Culture Department.

Areas of Responsibility
• Support community-led partner projects and program implementation with Indigenous partners across Canada.
• Communicate regularly with partners and provide support as they work on annual plans, budgets, and project implementation. Support completion of data and financial reports and on story collection.
• Support the development and implementation of partner program plans, budgets, and provide ongoing support to partners as they monitor and report on the results and program expenditure. Support partners with major procurement and ensure overall compliance to donor and CFTC policies.
• In collaboration with the Sr Program Accountant, ensure the Canada Country Office and partner financial reports, other incoming reports, expenditures and requests for advances are accurate and complete.
• Collaborate with the wider Programs team in Canada and throughout CFTC to ensure quality programming that represents best practice and delivers impact.
• Responsible for the Canada Country Office’s information management process and systems, ensuring key documents are organized on the Canadian Feed The Children shared drives.
• Stay informed of emerging political, social, economic and environmental issues and development contexts with Indigenous People in Canada.
• Contribute to collaboration and knowledge sharing with internal staff teams, effectively and efficiently towards meeting annual operational planning goals in pursuit of achieving strategic goals.
• Travel to partner communities in Canada, as required.
• As a key role in a growing organization, the duties, responsibilities, projects, and priorities for this role will be subject to change, growth and evolution over time.
• Proactively look for ways to apply their experience to simplify and improve our day-to-day program operations and processes.

Qualifications and Competencies
• Relevant experience in project administration and experience with Indigenous Nations and communities in Canada, preferably in food security and food sovereignty with a commitment to building and maintaining long-term partnerships and community relationships.
• Proven ability to work with community members and provide administrative support to projects, communicate effectively with partners, monitor progress, manage budgets and expenses, provide accurate and timely reporting on results.
• Proven ability to work in a relational way with Indigenous Nations and communities and understand the importance of community-led development. Ability to speak an Indigenous language is an asset.
• Strong and proactive problem-solving skills, able to identify challenges or bottlenecks and proactively propose potential solutions to improve how the organization functions.
• Strong written and verbal communication skills.
• Strong organizational skills – electronic filing of project documents, multiple versions of documents, signed agreements, etc.
• Experience with digital tools, including an ability to work with Microsoft Office 365 and prepare and complete basic financial reports and budgets/reports in Excel.
• Demonstrated adaptability, professionalism, attention to detail, collaboration, teamwork, self-direction and initiative.
• Commitment to Canadian Feed The Children’s vision, mission, and values.
• When approved and permitted, be able to travel to partnering organizations across Canada, approximately 30% of the time.
• Ability to work outside regular working hours as required (evening and weekends at times) along with a valid driver’s license.

For this role, we are proactively looking for candidates with lived experience in an Indigenous community and, or direct experience working with Indigenous communities. We encourage all First Nations, Metis and Inuit peoples or Indigenous peoples of North America, to self-identify in their applications.
Interested? Please quote the position title in the subject line and submit your resume and cover letter to: jobs@canadianfeedthechildren.ca
We thank all applicants for their interest however only those under consideration will be contacted. This position will remain open until the successful candidate has been selected.
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Canadian Feed the Children (CFTC) is committed to inclusive, accessible and barrier-free employment practices and to creating a workplace that reflects and supports the diversity of our community. We encourage and welcome applications from qualified applicants including members of racialized groups, Indigenous Peoples, women, persons with disabilities, and persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity. Please let us know if you require an accommodation and we will work with you to ensure a barrier-free hiring process. For further information about Accessibility or Accommodation process at CFTC, please contact our People and Culture Department.

09/30/2021
Program Coordinator Toronto Mid Level Employment

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Presbyterian World Service & Development (PWS&D) is the development, relief and refugee sponsorship agency of The Presbyterian Church in Canada. PWS&D responds with partners overseas to help communities overcome poverty, recover from emergency situations and provide new futures for vulnerable people. PWS&D works with church-based development agencies and local organizations seeking to transform their communities by promoting justice, peace and the integrity of creation through programs in the areas of food security, sustainable livelihoods, health, peace and human rights.

Key Responsibilities
Reporting to the Director of PWS&D, the Program Coordinator works as a member of the program team, with direct responsibility for coordinating a portfolio of assigned programs with international partners in program countries as required. PWS&D has partnerships in Africa, South Asia, and in Central America and the Caribbean.

The focus for this portfolio is programs and partnerships in Asia. The Program Coordinator is responsible for working with international partners – churches and locally-based organizations – to ensure the effective planning, coordination and outcome of projects, in accordance with PWS&D’s policies. The Program Coordinator will manage and monitor programs and budgets in coordination and in collaboration with a program team. Programs include those directly funded by PWS&D, co-funded by Global Affairs Canada as well as those involving PWS&D’s membership in the Canadian Foodgrains Bank (CFGB). As such, the Program Coordinator must have a solid understanding of results-based management tools. This position includes regular visits to partners in program countries, when possible and safe to do so. The incumbent is a team player and effective communicator who is dynamic, highly motivated and hardworking with strong organizational and interpersonal skills.

Professional Qualifications
• Recognized university degree or equivalent in international development or in a related field.
• 3-5 years of relevant experience.

Skills desired
• Work experience managing projects overseas, preferably with locally based organizations.
• Experience in project management processes using the latest results-based management tools.
• Ability to understand and meet Global Affairs Canada requirements for proposal development and reporting.
• Ability to analyze and prepare financial and narrative reports and ability to work with spreadsheets.
• Experience in monitoring and evaluation of projects, positively contributing to enhanced development results.
• Demonstrated excellence in creative, engaging and meaningful written and verbal communication with individuals and groups, including public speaking.
• Proven ability to take initiative and manage high-stress situations.
• Intercultural sensitivity.
• Excellent attention to detail.
• Ability to work effectively and produce results on several projects simultaneously
• Excellent computer skills using Microsoft Office and ability to learn new technologies.

Work requirements
• Work is based out of the office of The Presbyterian Church in Canada in Toronto.
• You must be able to travel as required, sometimes for extended periods in challenging environments, within Canada and internationally.
• Must be a citizen or permanent resident of Canada.
• Criminal Records Check – Vulnerable Sector

Qualities needed to be effective in The Presbyterian Church in Canada
• Knowledge of and respect for the beliefs, structure, programs and polity of The Presbyterian Church in Canada.
• A relationship builder. Demonstrated excellence in creative, positive and meaningful communication with individuals and groups.
• An effective collaborator who can enrich the work of the team, while taking responsibility for specific deliverables.

Please see below for complete position description.

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What We Offer:
The Presbyterian Church in Canada offers meaningful opportunities to make a positive impact on people and communities in Canada and around the world. We are committed to fostering a culture that is inspiring, caring and inclusive.

In return for your skills and dedication, we offer an attractive compensation package that encompasses a competitive salary, excellent benefits and pension and the opportunity to have a rewarding employment experience where your contributions can truly make a difference.

Salary figure available upon request.

To Apply:
Qualified candidates are invited to submit their resume and cover letter with the title “PWS&D Program Coordinator” in the subject line to Colleen McCue, Senior Administrator (cmccue [at] presbyterian [dot] ca).

This posting will remain active until 5 p.m. on September 30, 2021.

The Presbyterian Church in Canada is committed to employment equity and encourages applications from all qualified candidates. Our goal is to attract, develop and retain highly talented employees from diverse backgrounds, allowing us to benefit from a wide variety of experiences and perspectives. We have an Accommodation Policy and accommodation will be provided at any point throughout the hiring process, provided the candidate makes their needs known to us.

We thank all applicants for their interest in this opportunity; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

09/30/2021
Manager, Volunteer Mobilization // Gestionnaire, Mobilisation des volontaires Toronto or Montreal Senior Employment

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The Manager, Volunteer Mobilization leads and mentors the Volunteer Mobilization Team to implement excellent practice throughout the volunteer management cycle and contribute to organizational learning. // La/le Gestionnaire, Mobilisation des volontaires dirige et encadre l’équipe de mobilisation des volontaires afin de mettre en œuvre d’excellentes pratiques tout au long du cycle de gestion des volontaires et de contribuer à l’apprentissage organisationnel.

10/08/2021
Bilingual Volunteer Engagement Officer // Agent.e à l’engagement des volontaires, bilingue Toronto or Montreal Mid Level Employment

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The Volunteer Engagement Officer is an integral part of the Philanthropy and Public Engagement Team with a direct connection to the Volunteer Mobilization Team. The Officer is the key strategist in designing & implementing a program to engage returned volunteers.//L’agent.e à l’engagement des volontaires fait partie intégrante de l’équipe chargée de Philanthropie et d’engagement public et est en relation directe avec l’équipe chargée de la mobilisation des volontaires. L’agent.e est le stratège clé dans la conception et la mise en œuvre d’un programme visant à engager des volontaires de retour.

10/08/2021
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