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Operations and Fund Development Coordinator
Vantage Point See the full posting here: https://charityvillage.com/jobs/operations-and-fund-development-coordinator-in-vancouver-british-columbia-ca/
Associate Director, Gift & Estate planning
VGH & UBC Hospital Foundation Pleased to be working with VGH & UBC Hospital Foundation on their search for a planned gift fundraiser. See the JD here: https://vghfoundation.ca/app/uploads/2021/02/VGH-UBC-Associate-Director-Update.pdf
New View Society We’re looking for a Full-time Community Living Support Worker to join our team for 32 hours a week, and a Casual On-Call worker for vacation and sick coverage. These roles are primarily in-home support. Reporting to the Manager, the Community Living Support Worker ensures the well-being being of clients in the day program and/or group home and promotes their ongoing development. This role assists clients in their physical, social, emotional, and daily life skills development and increases their independence and ability to function within the community.
Pacific Immigrant Resources Society Full Time with a starting salary range of $54,909 – $57,130.
Pacific Immigrant Resources Society (PIRS) is seeking a Fundraising Officer to build our capacity to deliver quality programs that meet the emerging needs of immigrant and refugee women and their families. The ideal candidate will be an innovative, strategic, and collaborative leader who brings a sophisticated understanding of fundraising, campaign management experience, technological savvy, and passion for our mission.
The Fund Development Officer will provide strategic direction and leadership of all fundraising activities. As part of the leadership team, the Fund Development Officer will participate in short- and long-term strategic and operational planning for the organization during a period of significant change.
Please view full position on our website
Administrative and Program Coordinator
West End Seniors' Network The Administrative and Program Coordinator is responsible for the day-to-day administrative activities of the organization. The successful candidate will be based at Barclay Manor but will provide administrative support at all three locations.
Volunteer Board Director
Urban Horse Project Society Urban Horse Project www.urbanhorseproject.com ‘s mission is to provide connections with horses in welcoming and inclusive spaces in order to strengthen personal and community well-being.
We are seeking up to two (2) volunteer Board Directors who will help us grow and develop by serving on our board. The Board meets six to eight times per year via videoconference or in-person. The time commitment is about 4 hours monthly, for a term of two to three years.
The Board of Directors is seeking applicants with a passion for our mission, and with specific skills and attributes, namely:
• Governance: demonstrated knowledge in board governance in the voluntary/non-profit sector. • Strong Communication, Teamwork & Interpersonal Skills: able to build relationships to help UHP. • Community Social Services: experience in the sector and understanding of operations of agencies. • Strategic Planning & Leadership: demonstrated ability to think critically and strategically. • Specific Knowledge & Expertise: community development, non-profit organizational standards, communications, diversity and inclusion, and/or human resources planning would be assets.
Personal attributes, the willingness to learn, and a passion for our mission are equally of value as the knowledge and experience described above.
Urban Horse Project strives for a diverse Board that is representative of our community, and welcomes applications from those who would strengthen this.
Please submit your cover letter & resume by March 31, to Nancy McRitchie, Executive Director, firstname.lastname@example.org, using the subject line: Board of Directors Application. Feel free to contact Nancy at 778-989-5671 to discuss this opportunity.
South Vancouver Neighbourhood House SVNH is currently seeking new members to join our Community Board. The Community Board provides local leadership and ensures that the SVNH & ANHBC mission is intrinsic to the delivery of programs and community activities. The Board establishes strategic goals and policies that are consistent with SVNH’s mission and purpose statements. Board members should have familiarity with the communities in Killarney, Victoria-Fraserview or Sunset, which could include experience living or working in one of these vibrant areas.
Dogwood The coordinator would work with Dogwood’s grassroots organizing program to support and expand Dogwood’s volunteer network in the Lower Mainland working on campaigns to democratize, decarbonize and decolonize B.C. Dogwood is looking for candidates with professional or volunteer organizing experience who like working with people and share a commitment to our mission.
Dogwood The coordinator would work with Dogwood’s communications team to develop online actions and advertising, track analytics and develop digital campaigns and outreach strategies. Dogwood is looking for candidates with experience in digital marketing, advocacy or political campaigns and a commitment to our mission.
Dixon Transition Soceity Dixon Transition Soceity helps women and children fleeing violence at home. Join the governance board for this established, active Burnaby society that provides a continuum of care - housing, support, councelling and education.
Pacific Legal Education & Outreach Society Reporting to PLEO’s Supervising Lawyer/Legal Director, the staff lawyer is an exciting new position and will enable PLEO to expand legal services to BC and the Yukon’s arts and culture sector and BC’s non-profit sector through the launch of two pilot legal clinics over the next year. The position is full-time.
Initially, the staff lawyer will support the Legal Director in establishing the foundation for the clinics: advancing PLEO’s client-intake systems and onboarding clinic volunteers, training law students, and developing clinical best practices and standard operating procedures. They will also develop and deliver webinars and workshops, as well as produce info sheets, templates and resources.
Project Manager - National Network of Legal Clinics for the Arts
Pacific Legal Education & Outreach Society PLEO, home of Artists’ Legal Outreach, is spearheading an exciting initiative to build a National Network of Legal Clinics for the Arts, in collaboration with the Artists Legal Advice Services (Toronto) and the Artists Legal Services Ottawa, with a mission to enable existing and new artists’ legal clinics to share resources, best practices and insights to improve and expand the provision of legal services for creators across Canada. These clinics provide critical capacity support to individual creators, arts organizations, their administrators, technicians and other arts professionals. They provide significant learning opportunities for the sector by offering an online database of resources and dozens of educational workshops annually.
Located anywhere in Canada and reporting directly to PLEO’s Director of Communications, the Project Manager is key to kicking off and laying the groundwork for the National Network of Legal Clinics for the Arts. The role involves event organization, networking, extensive consensus building, communication and public relations, and requires extensive knowledge of and experience working with Canada’s arts support ecosystem, including National Arts Support Organizations (NASOs).
Indigenous Legal Liaison
Pacific Legal Education & Outreach Society Are you a senior law student or a recent graduate with a non-legal degree with a passion for working with Indigenous-led organizations in the non-profit sector? Do you have a knack for thinking through details, breaking down and translating complicated legal content into smaller digestible chunks that are accessible to people who are not legally trained? Are you interested in developing your research, writing, and advocacy skills? Consider applying for this short-term contract (~6 months) with PLEO.
Working closely with and reporting to PLEO’s CEO & Legal Director or the staff lawyer during the period of this contract, you will liaise with Indigenous-led non-profit societies, identify gaps in legal resources, and support the development of content to fill those gaps. This may include templates, checklists, and FAQ pages, as well as content for webinars.
Legal Content Lead & Outreach Program Coordinator
Pacific Legal Education & Outreach Society Are you a senior law student with a passion for the non-profit sector? Do you have a knack for thinking through details, breaking down and translating complicated legal content into smaller digestible chunks that are accessible to people who are not legally trained? Are you interested in developing your project management and supervisory skills? Consider applying for this short-term contract (~2.5 months) with PLEO.
Working closely with and reporting to PLEO’s CEO & Legal Director during the period of this contract you will supervise a small team of law students. Together your team will develop legal content for the employment, human rights, contracts, leasing and other modules as required as part of the LSALT project. This will include templates, checklists, and FAQ pages, as well as content for webinars.
Rainbow Refugee Rainbow Refugee, a Vancouver-based community organization that supports people seeking refugee protection in Canada because of persecution based on sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression sex characteristics (SOGIESC) or HIV status, is seeking a Managing Director to join its leadership team.