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Domestic Network Lead

Full-time (flexible) & remote

$60,000 - 75,000 (dependant on qualifications) + benefits

To apply: Send your cover letter and CV to laurasolberg@kentronetwork.ca

Closing date: October 28, 2022

Kentro Christian Network is a group of Christian agencies who are dedicated to excellence in the practice of their relief and development work. Kentro is seeking an Domestic Network Lead to widen and strengthen our capacity to facilitate collaboration between Canadian organizations working to address poverty. Particularly, to expand Kentro Christian Network’s scope to cultivate and incubate a robust Christian network to support Canadian ministries focused on community development and poverty alleviation in Canada, in addition to work with the Kentro team to cultivate deeper engagement with our existing internationally focused members. The position will begin as a 1 year contract, with the likelihood of extension. With Kentro’s small staff, the Domestic Network Lead will be a key leader on the team and within the wider Network.

Requirements

  • Personal commitments and lifestyle that are in line with either the World Evangelical Alliance Statement of Faith and/or the Nicene Creed
  • Agreement to sign and adhere to any policies governing staff conduct
  • Canadian Citizenship/Permanent Residency or valid Canadian work permit & visa
  • Ability to travel domestically a minimum of 3 times per year

Qualities

  • Relational
  • Facilitative and collective approach to leadership
  • Humility
  • Cultivation mindset
  • Creative thinker
  • Accountable team player

Organizational Compatibility

The Domestic Network Lead must display character and lifestyle in alignment with the Mission and Vision of Kentro Christian Network, including:

  • Maintaining a Jesus-centred life of discipleship.
  • Upholding the highest standards of ethics and integrity 
  • Ability to work and engage in Jesus-centred environments
  • Ability to cultivate collaborative, inclusive, respectful and gracious relationships with member organizations, donors, government bodies and other stakeholders and interested parties and individuals, regardless of race, sex, gender, nationality, ethnicity, language, religion, or any other status.

Preferred Experience

  • English/French bilingual proficiency highly preferred
  • Knowledge and understanding of Canada’s colonial legacy and Indigenous-Crown relations that have shaped much of the dynamics of poverty in Canada
  • Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in a related field (or sufficient relevant experience)
  • A consistent and successful track record of working with and coordinating multiple stakeholders, including traditionally underrepresented groups
  • Extensive and demonstrated knowledge and experience of community development
  • Strategic marketing understanding and experience
  • Experience in fundraising and working with foundations and donors
  • Understanding of online community engagement strategies
  • Written and verbal communications skills, including online and in-person presentations
  • Salesforce proficiency 

Reporting

The position reports to the Executive Director and is accountable to them for providing administrative support related to their responsibilities. In implementing tasks, the Domestic Network Lead will also have regular connections with partners of Kentro, particularly City Movement and WayBase staff. 

Responsibilities

Generally, the Domestic Network Lead is responsible for:

  • Internal & External Marketing
  • Member & Subscriber Coordination - particularly for domestic focused subscribers
  • Special Projects
  • Spiritual & Professional Development

Specifically, the Domestic Network Lead is responsible for the following:

Internal & External Marketing

  • Work with the Executive Director to develop and deploy marketing strategies for growth in engagement by current Members/Subscribers, including strategies to increase the use of Kentro online spaces, such as the Member Connect platform and WayBase.
  • Work with the Executive Director to develop and deploy marketing strategies for growth in membership and subscriptions, particularly for domestic focused organizations.
  • Ensure collective storytelling and reporting to all key stakeholders (e.g. civic leaders, community leaders, and Christian leaders) about the overall impact of the Christian sector.
  • Use Salesforce to maintain contact and communication records for the above.

Member/Subscriber Coordination

  • Strategize the use of Kentro online spaces to monitor and participate in groups, chats, and conversations to facilitate connections among the Network.
    • Work with the Administrative Assistant to operationalize online community engagement strategies.
  • Develop and maintain appropriate systems for collecting useful information about members/subscribers, sharing this information with other members/subscribers and interested parties as appropriate.
  • Specifically support and coordinate Subscribers and their engagement with Kentro activities.
    • Oversee and coordinate incubation space for a domestic community development association.
    • Actively grow the subscription to and develop and implement a sustainability plan for an effective domestic-focussed network
    • Develop and facilitate new activities, such as Affinity Groups, that meet Subscriber needs.
    • Support the development of national priorities, city priorities, and key city causes from among domestic focussed Subscribers.
    • Leverage data and analysis to improve to support the strategic planning and collaboration of member organizations and Subscribers.
    • Work with the Executive Director to serve as a key liaisons to Imagine Canada, Community Foundations Canada, and other relevant organizations
    • Host or speak at conferences, workshops, or events to support member organizations in their mission

Special Projects

  • Support the Executive Director, staff and volunteers to plan, coordinate, promote and execute annual events, including the Kentro Annual Forum, AGM, and Regional Workshops. This could include, but is not limited to, the following:
  • Development of promotional materials
  • Facilities, travel and accommodation bookings
  • Facilitate and process registrations
  • Attend the Forum/Workshops to engage with attendees and support the administrative aspects of the event (i.e. meals + coffee/snacks, speaker support, tech support, schedule etc.)
  • Support webinar planning, promotion and facilitation
  • Affinity group planning, promotion and support
  • Special projects that strengthen the mandate of Kentro, as required.

Spiritual Development

  • Spiritual: Participate in weekly and monthly prayer times, and regular rhythms of spiritual practice
  • Professional: Identify and participate in professional development opportunities

World Renew Canada
Executive Director
Burlington, ON
$137,000 to $172,000 + Benefits

Working with local partners (87 projects in 31 countries) around the world, World Renew’s goal is systemic, generational change
and holistic transformation in five key areas: Peace and Justice, Community Health, Food Security, Economic Opportunity and
Disaster Response.
For 60 years, World Renew has been empowered by God’s passion for justice and mercy, guided by a desire to actively
participate in envisioning a world where people experience and extend Christ’s compassion and live together in hope as
God’s community.
In Canada, World Renew focuses on engaging Christians, churches, businesses, and schools in learning about and
responding to disaster, hunger, poverty and injustice. This includes Disaster Response within Canada and abroad, Refugee
Resettlement, Community Development ministries within Canada and engagement with Canadians to invite their
participation and support in a variety of ways.
An agency of the Christian Reformed Church North America (CRCNA), World Renew has home offices in Burlington,
Ontario, Canada, and Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA.
More information about World Renew Canada is available at www.worldrenew.ca.

The Opportunity
This is a career opportunity for a leader of committed faith. Using a shared leadership approach, two Executive Directors
(Canada/US) lead World Renew, both globally, bi- nationally, and nationally, in fulfilling its mission by providing overall
strategic direction and accountability for results and by ensuring fiscal and organizational health to achieve its priorities
and desired culture.
Reporting to the Board of Directors and collaborating with the US Executive Director, the Canadian ED interacts with the
leadership team, partner organizations, churches, donors and other internal/external stakeholders to further the mission of
World Renew Canada.

Qualifications
• Master’s degree in a related discipline to support the ministries and programs of World Renew
• 10+ years of senior experience in a significant leadership role including development and execution of strategy
• Demonstrate a strong commitment to working collaboratively within a bi-national structure to ensure effective
ministries domestically and internationally
• Excellent knowledge of the not-for-profit and charitable sector in Canada
• Knowledge and experience in domestic and international relief and development
• Ability to lead diverse, global teams and work with international partners
• Ability to participate in fundraising and donor engagement
• Experience working with a governance Board of Directors
• Demonstrated compassion for people in situations of poverty, coupled with a commitment to holistic
ministries which equip them to discover and use their full potential
• Demonstrated written and oral communication skills with the ability to engage with a variety of audiences including,
staff, board, donors, media, churches, international partners, etc.
• Demonstrated Christian faith commitment
• Ability to travel nationally and internationally approximately 25-30% of the time, including travel into
developing countries that involve harsh and challenging conditions
• Working knowledge of the Christian Reformed Church an asset
To submit your application by November 7, 2022, please visit http://crawfordconnect.com/for-candidates/job-openings.
Selectthe role to View the posting and click on the ‘Apply’ button to upload your cover letter and resume in two separate
documents.
Issues with applying? Please email info@crawfordconnect.com.
Questions about the position? Contact Janice Wooster at janice@crawfordconnect.com or 416.388.4049.
Qualified applicants are invited to submit their resume and letter of interest online, through our website, in confidence.
We thank all applicants for applying, however, only qualified candidates selected for an interview will be contacted

SIM Canada is seeking a Project Administrator and Developer with skills in project management and oversight with a vision to develop the Projects portfolio of the organization both locally and overseas.

Apply by sending your resume to Canada.info@sim.org, attention HR Personnel. We regret that we are unable to acknowledge every application. Please bear in mind that if you are selected for an interview, we will contact you as soon as possible.

Position Overview:

SIM internationally operates approximately 500 projects. SIM Canada receives funds for approximately 200 of these projects as well as for some 40 projects that are unique to SIM Canada. The preferred candidate would be someone who has initiated and operated successful projects overseas within the not-for-profit sector, is able to identify the pitfalls and opportunities, as well as be fully aware of the unique regulations and guidelines regarding Canadian Charity compliance. The candidate is also one who can represent projects at a donor level, both in person and through regular reporting. This is a Part-time moving to Full-time role therefore, the role is easily understood in two phases.

Job Description:

Phase 1
The initial part-time role will require the candidate to provide donors with quarterly reports for these projects and where necessary reports that comply to major donor’s unique reporting rubrics.

Phase 2
The full-time role will include the reporting function as well as enlarging the project portfolio both locally and overseas. Currently SIM Canada has approximately 180 workers operating both internationally and locally (i.e., in Canada). Some operate projects, however, most do not. The full-time role will require the candidate to identify project opportunities with these workers and provide adequate training for them to operate successful projects. The role also requires working with and providing information to management (especially the Executive Director) who represents projects to donors. Local and overseas travel will be required when necessary for monitoring or representation purposes.

Qualifications:

  • Degree in project management (a degree in global affairs a bonus) or significant proven skills and experience in project management
  • Have instigated and operated successful projects within the not-for-profit Christian sector
  • Competency in writing, editing, and publishing reports
  • Competency in use of Microsoft Office products
  • Basic web population and social media skills
  • Basic competencies in photography and video production

Assets:

  • Working experience within Christian base mission agency or organization
  • Familiarity with and commitment to SIM’s vision, strategy, and ministries
  • Bilingualism

Work Location & Hours:

  • SIM Canada National Office - 10 Huntingdale Blvd, Scarborough, ON, M1W 2S5
  • Phase 1 requires the successful candidate to work 3 days per week
  • Phase 2 is 5 days per week, which is considered to be full time employment

All Members of the National Office are expected to be involved in the following:
• Attend Daily Prayer (8:30 AM – 9:00 AM)
• Participate in staff Committees as needed

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Position Overview:

The primary purpose of this role is to contribute to the accounting / financial activities of SIM Canada and to overall support and enhance the functioning of the Finance Department. This position reports to the Chief Financial Officer.

Major Responsibilities:

  • Prepare monthly interoffice statements and a variety of financial reports
  • Accrue liabilities and expense prepaid costs
  • Transfer donations from Raiser’s Edge to Financial Edge
  • Reconcile bank and clearing accounts and accounts receivable
  • Participate in internal and external audits
  • Provides financial information to management by researching and analyzing accounting data
  • Prepares ad hoc reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing account information and trends
  • Prepares asset, liability, and capital account entries by compiling and analyzing account information
  • Documents financial transactions by entering account information
  • Substantiates financial transactions by auditing documents
  • Maintains accounting controls by preparing and recommending procedures
  • Assist other staff members by coordinating activities and answering questions
  • Reconciles financial discrepancies by collecting and analyzing account information
  • Secures financial information by completing database backups
  • Recommends financial actions by analyzing accounting options
  • Maintains financial security by following internal controls
  • Frequent communication via phone, email, & in-person with missionaries, staff, & other SIM offices
  • Liaises with (but not limited to): CFO, other SIM offices globally, Supporters/Partners Relation Data Processors, missionaries globally and locally, internal and external stakeholders

Qualifications & Competencies:

  • Accounting designation (CPA, CA, CMA, CGA or equivalent or working towards a designation is preferred)
  • 5+ years’ experience in accounting
  • An asset would be to have a familiarity with a mission-based organization and or with significant experience in the charitable sector
  • Advanced computer skills with good knowledge of Raiser’s Edge and Financial Edge and or other accounting software
  • Knowledge and experience in Payroll Accounting would be a great asset to have for this position

All Members of the National Office are expected to be involved in the following:

  • Attend Daily Prayer Chapels (8:30 AM – 9:00 AM)
  • Participate in staff Committees as needed

Work Location & Hours:

  • SIM Canada National Office - 10 Huntingdale Blvd, Scarborough, ON, M1W 2S5 Full-time position, working 5 days a week, 7.5 hours a day, (8:30 AM – 4:45 PM).

Contact HR at Canada.Info@sim.org

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Job Title: Program Coordinator – Access to Medicine
Terms: Full time
Reporting to: Director, Programs
Base Location: Dollard-des-Ormeaux (QC) or Oakville (ON)

To apply for this vacancy, please send your resume, a cover letter and salary expectations to
csharouty@hpicanada.ca by 7 June 2022. Please quote “Application for Access to Medicine
Program Coordinator – Your Name” in the subject line.

The salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications. The position is open to individuals
legally entitled to work in Canada.
Application process:

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For more information on HPIC & it’s mission please visit: www.hpicanada.ca

Reports to: Executive Director of ChildCare INTERNATIONAL

Position Type: Full Time

To be considered for this opportunity, please send your cover letter and resume by email to: careers@childcareinternational.ca

Summary:

We are searching for a passionate individual ready to unleash the power of opportunity by utilizing his/her skills and expertise to support the organization with the creation and dissemination of communication and marketing materials as required.  The successful candidate will be responsible for creating and executing the marketing strategy and supporting marketing requests from the Executive Director in the context of ChildCare International’s branding, donation generation and donor experience.

As the Marketing Specialist, you will report to the Executive Director and live out the organization’s values. You value making a difference and communicating openly, are innovative and accountable for your work, and have a strong desire to learn. You are a resourceful, self-motivated, and dedicated team player with a strong drive to produce excellent work. You learn quickly and are incredibly organized and detail oriented. Solid technology skills with a desire to adapt to new tools and trends, along with the strength of written communication, complement your ability to create and communicate with visuals.

Work location: The CCI office located in Surrey, B.C.

Responsibilities:

  • Work with the Executive Director to create Marketing plans and strategies
  • Write and/or edit blog posts, promotional messages, email campaigns, newsletters, and other content
  • Work with all departments to support digital and print marketing initiatives
  • Support the development of fundraising collateral, digital graphic materials, and promotional materials.
  • Edit short, shareable videos for social media and the ChildCare International website
  • Develop social media campaign strategies and coordinate deployment; manage content calendar and draft social content (text/images/graphics)
  • Create, update, and manage content on ChildCare International website

Desired Qualifications:

  • Completion of a relevant post-secondary certificate, diploma or degree program in journalism, communications, marketing, business administration or related fields preferred
  • At least 1-3 years of experience in communications and/or marketing
  • Exceptional written and verbal communications skills with experience in writing marketing and communications related copy for a variety of audiences in web, social and print
  • Customer-service oriented
  • Can-do attitude with an ability to remain calm and problem solve under pressure
  • Resourceful and independent; comfortable working within a fast-paced, team-oriented environment
  • Strong project management skills and ability to meet project deadlines with minimal supervision
  • Proficiency with web and social media platforms
  • Proficiency in MS Office Suite, Google Analytics, and Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign)

Additional Assets

  • Website development experience and basic knowledge of HTML
  • Non-profit sector experience
  • Demonstrated interest in international development and sponsorship programs
  • Proficiency in Raiser’s Edge or similar CRM software

The Work Environment and Physical Demands

  • The position is based at the office in Surrey but serves and interacts with staff across a variety of time zones.
  • The individual will utilize available technology to accomplish the key accountabilities.

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FH Canada is a Christian organization with a supporter base that is primarily of the Christian faith. Candidates must be comfortable with this audience and be willing to work in an environment with a broad range of enthusiastically Christian perspectives. 

POSITION: Part-time, permanent

LOCATION: Based from FH National Office in Abbotsford, B.C.

DEPARTMENT: Operations and Finance

Please submit your CV (and any supporting information, references, or portfolio) to humanresources@fhcanada.org. Please note that only those chosen for an interview will be contacted.

At Food for the Hungry (FH) Canada, we’re focused on ending poverty—one community at a time. We’re looking for an analytical, process, and detail oriented person to join in this purpose.

 

The Bookkeeper is responsible for administering the accounting practices for the team at FH. This position performs general accounting, internal auditing, cost accounting, and budgetary control activities. The bookkeeper maintains fiscal records, and prepares financial reports including monthly bank reconciliations. 

This permanent part-time job is based in-person at our National Office in Abbotsford B.C. FH Canada offers a competitive salary and benefits package and a meaningful, collaborative, and fun work environment.

About You

  • You have digital aptitude; you are comfortable working with project management software, GoogleWorkspace, and Windows. You’re tech savvy and are confident when learning new programs.
  • You have a general understanding of computerized accounting systems.
  • You’re proactive and an assertive problem solver; you are motivated to own your role.
  • You have high attention to detail with speed and accuracy. You are able to multitask, prioritize, and work in a fast paced environment.
  • You’re a team player with good interpersonal skills.
  • You have a high level of critical and logical thinking, analysis, and/or reasoning to identify underlying principles, reasons, or facts.
  • You can interpret and implement company policies and procedures.
  • You are comfortable with and supportive of the FH values as described on our website.

Suggested Experience

  • Preferred 3+ years experience with financial management or bookkeeping.
  • Formal education, experience in, or a passion for international development and the non-profit sector is an asset.

 

Canadian Foodgrains Bank is seeking a Public Engagement Manager to join their Resources and Public Engagement Team.

Overseeing a team of two, the public engagement manager is responsible for developing and implementing a program of activities and materials to increase the knowledge of Canadians on issues of global hunger and food justice, and to engage them in actively pursuing a world where all are fed.

The ideal candidate will bring a background in adult education and workshop facilitation, with at least five years’ experience in a related role. Prior team leadership experience is preferred. Staff in this position must identify with and support our Christian mission and be actively involved in a Christian faith community. Previous experience in international development and relief work, experience with small holder farming in developing countries and knowledge of the Canadian church sector will be assets to this work.

This position is ideally based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, but alternate locations will be considered. If based in Winnipeg, a hybrid work environment may be considered.

The salary-range for this full-time position is $72,385 – $90,480.

A full job description is available here.

Submit your resume and letter of interest in confidence to the attention of Solomon Janzen, Director of Human Resources, at jobs@foodgrainsbank.ca.

Applications will be accepted until end of day Sunday, June 26, 2022.

At the Foodgrains Bank we believe that a diverse, equitable and inclusive workplace makes us a more relevant and effective organization and reflects our belief that all people are created equal and have a role to play in the mission of ending global hunger. We welcome applications from people from all backgrounds, ethnicities, and identities, but are only able to consider applicants who are eligible to work in Canada.

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MANAGER DIGITAL ACQUISITION STRATEGY

Please forward your cover letter and resume to hr@hopeandhealing.org
by June 20, 2022

Join us today, you will become part of something bigger than us, something truly life-changing.
About Hope and Healing International:
We are a Christian organization, working to bring hope and healing to kids and their families living with disabilities in the poorest communities of the world. Ranked by Charity Intelligence as a Top 100 Charity, with a 5-star rating we work to demonstrate real impact, fiscal transparency and donor accountability.

Scope of position
Employment status: Salaried, Full-Time (35 hours per week)
Salary: TBD + Benefits & RRSP
Location: 1600 16th Ave, Unit 1, Richmond Hill, Ontario
Date posted: May 31, 2022

Reporting to the Director, Marketing the Manager, Digital Acquisition Strategy is responsible for identifying and converting new digital donors through digital acquisition campaigns. As part of Hope and Healing International’s Marketing Team the Manager, Digital Acquisition Strategy also works with other donor segment managers to align digital presence across market segments to grow our online revenues and demonstrate value through innovative, integrated digital marketing approaches.

Essential duties and responsibilities:
• Proven success with paid marketing across all digital channels (Social Media, Search, etc) and media mix to maximize new donor acquisition and ROI;
• Develop and execute a full-funnel paid media strategy that drives donations within aggressive revenue and growth targets;
• Collaborate with creative team and other donor segment owners to develop necessary assets to achieve goals;
• Measure, analyze and improve performance of digital marketing efforts using a variety of Web analytics tools (Google Analytics, etc.);
• Develop reports for senior leadership on a weekly/monthly basis detailing performance and provide recommendations to drive results;
• Monitor competition and provide ideas;
• Run tests, tests and more tests;
• Be the Paid Media subject matter expert with well-rounded knowledge across all digital channels;
• Tie paid acquisition efforts into overall holistic omni-channel strategy;
• Stay up to date with digital advertising industry, best practices and capabilities;
• Identify trends, training and coaching opportunities for the team to improve their digital buying skills;
• Lead the development of Paid Media Acquisition strategy across all digital channels (Affiliates, Search, Social and programmatic display) to drive donations;
• Contribute to overall marketing team efforts to achieve forecasted new donor and revenue goals;
• Manage ad copy creation and ad approvals across all digital channels;
• Partner with Analytics team to develop dashboard and verify data
• Perform other job-related responsibilities as assigned
Why would you want to come and work with us?
• You will take on a significant role in changing the world.
• You will work shoulder to shoulder with people as excited about changing the world as you are.
• You can bring your faith to work – it makes for an awesome atmosphere.
• We have a comprehensive benefits and Group RRSP plan, and we end work early on Fridays in the summer to allow our team to enjoy some fresh air and sunshine.
• We believe in work-life balance, so we offer 15 paid vacation days starting from the first year of service, paid birthday day off, 10 paid personal days, days off to volunteer and for spiritual growth.
• We consider work from home to be a viable, flexible work option.
Our ideal candidate would have:
• Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Marketing, Digital Marketing, or related discipline
• e-Marketing Certificate would be considered an asset
• 3+ years of experience leading digital acquisition marketing strategy (preferably fundraising and direct to consumer brands)
• Experience managing conservative marketing budgets to maximize results
• Expert level understanding of the various paid digital advertising channels
• Must take an iterative approach to paid digital marketing (hypothesize, test, learn, repeat)
• Well-versed in marketing, organized and data driven
• Proven results with paid media strategy development, campaign execution and optimization
• Strong communication skills
• Strong understanding of how acquisition media efforts integrate into overall holistic campaign strategy to drive proven results
• Hands On, In-Platform buying platform experience such as Facebook, Ad Words/Google Ads, etc.
• Smart, high-energy, emotionally mature, and highly-organized team player
• Excellent analytical and project management skills
• An ability to multitask and perform under tight deadlines
• Demonstrated ability to recognize and direct creative development of strong fundraising
• Conceptual, analytical and process skills
• Strong interpersonal skills
• Strong computer skills, including use of Microsoft Office applications (Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Teams) and familiarity with integrating various technologies to support marketing efforts
Working conditions and other requirements:
• Standard office environment
• Hybrid work from home and office option

If this tempts you even a little bit and you meet the minimum requirements, let us set up a conversation.
Please forward your cover letter and resume to hr@hopeandhealing.org
by June 20, 2022

The safety of our staff is of the utmost importance to us; therefore, considering the issues surrounding COVID-19, we wanted to let job applicants know that Hope and Healing International’s employment offers are conditional upon new hires being vaccinated against COVID-19.

Hope and Healing International is a ‘child-and-adults-at-risk-safe organization’. As a condition of employment, successful candidates will be required to undergo Vulnerable Sector Screening from the police jurisdiction in which they reside.
In Accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), Hope and Healing International strives to ensure that all recruiting processes are non-discriminatory.

If you require an accommodation, please advise HR in advance of attending the interview.

Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. All other applicants are thanked for their interest.

INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS EVALUATION and LEARNING MANAGER

Please forward you cover letter and resume to hr@hopeandhealing.org
by June 20, 2022.

Join us as we go to the world’s poorest places – so the most vulnerable are not left behind.

About Hope and Healing International:
We are a Christian organization, working to bring hope and healing to kids and their families living with disabilities in the poorest communities of the world. Ranked by Charity Intelligence as a Top 100 Charity, with a 5-star rating we work to demonstrate real impact, fiscal transparency, and donor accountability.

Scope of position:
• Employment status: Salaried, Full-Time (35 hours per week)
• Salary: TBD + Benefits &RRSP
• Location: 1600 16th Ave - Unit 1, Richmond Hill, Ontario
• Date posted: May 31, 2022

Reporting directly to the Director of International Programs, the International Programs (IP) Evaluation and Learning Manager has the duties of evaluating data and project deliverables. As an expert in evaluating international programs, you will make recommendations on program alignment based on the organization’s Theory of Change (TOC) to ensure a positive, transformational impact on the lives of children with disabilities. You will be leading all data analysis and evaluation work and share key learnings to all stakeholders.

Key areas:
• Evaluation of all cash/non-cash (NCR) projects and programs
• Data synthetization and analysis
• Project management & systems development for both cash and NCR

Over-all essential duties and responsibilities:
• Establish program evaluation plans and activities to drive effective decision making and inform strategic planning
• Ensure field-level project evaluation, providing methodologies and technical guidance to the vetting and selection of external partners, review and comment on evaluation reports submitted by the external evaluators.
• Facilitate peer-to-peer evaluations, especially as part of country planning strategy
• Provide guidance and expertise as to measuring impact both for cash and NCR, including standardizing system for client counting

Other duties:
• Design, recommend, and implement evaluation and learning tools, forms, and processes to ensure alignment of cash and NCR impact with our Theory of Change
• Ensure Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, and Learning (MEAL) standards and guidelines are aligned with results-based management (RBM) best practices, across Hope and Healing’s cash and NCR project partner portfolio.
• Work with the IP team to design and implement evaluation and learning systems, tools and collection processes that support the completion Hope and Healing’s annual impact report
• Support the IP Strategy team in defining and implementing the key program performance indicators as formulated from the

Theory of Change
• Ensure high quality of related data collection
• Facilitate and serve as a project liaison for any externally managed evaluations
• Contribute analysis and learning to Hope and Healing’s IP programming.
• Facilitate discussion to share best practices and learnings within and between organizations and partners
• Provide capacity-building expertise and opportunities to partners, based on partner assessments.
• Communicate key program results and insights to staff in coordination with the Director of IP.
• Liaise with external international development organizations and other NGO networks to foster learning opportunities and sharing of evaluation and learning best practices through collaborative initiatives.

Why would you want to come and work with us?
• You will take on a significant role in changing the world for kids with disability living in poor countries.
• You will work shoulder to shoulder with people as excited about changing the world as you are.
• You can bring your faith to work – it makes for an awesome atmosphere.
• We have a comprehensive benefits and Group RRSP plan, and we end work early on Fridays in the summer to allow our team to enjoy some fresh air and sunshine.
• We believe in work-life balance, so we offer 15 paid vacation days starting from the first year of service, paid birthday day off, 10 paid personal days, days off to volunteer and for spiritual growth.
• We observe the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and recognize that commemoration of the tragic and painful history and ongoing impacts of residential schools is a vital component of the reconciliation process.

Our ideal candidate would have:
• Master’s degree or relevant experience in international development, rural studies, social science, economics, or other related discipline, with an emphasis on MEAL.
• Monitoring and Evaluation Training (e.g. IPDET) would be an asset.
• Deep knowledge of donor MEAL requirements and guidelines.
• 3+ years of relevant, practical experience in development and humanitarian contexts in a MEAL position responsible for implementing most especially Evaluation & Learning activities of international development projects.
• Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Office365 preferred).
• Project Management accreditation is an asset.
• Health and Community-based Rehabilitation knowledge would be an asset.
• Disability and Inclusive Development Training would be an asset.
• Experience developing, leading, and managing complex, large scale MEAL initiatives.
• Knowledge of major evaluation methodologies (e.g., qualitative, quantitative, mixed method, and impact).
• Experience with tools to aggregate data and automate data analysis
• Experience in results-based management and performance measurement, including developing results chain frameworks, indicator selection, target setting, data collection, analysis, reporting, database management, and developing M&E systems.
• Strong analytical skills for synthesis of materials, evaluations, and preparation of presentations.
• Knowledge of budgeting and basic accounting principles.
• Independent judgment (project evaluation, analysis of project deliverables)
• Excellent oral and written communication skills in English.
• Effective interpersonal skills to maintain good relationships with different stakeholders, including facilitating communication with international partners in identifying their unique E&L needs and requirements.

Working conditions and other requirements:
• Hybrid office environment.
• Must be eligible to work in Canada and obtain travel visas as necessary.
• Frequent travel required to developing countries for typically one to three-week duration.
• Must be flexible in working hours to accommodate needs of international partners.
If this tempts you even a little bit and you meet the minimum requirements, let us set up a conversation.

Please forward you cover letter and resume to hr@hopeandhealing.org
by June 20, 2022.

The safety of our staff is of the utmost importance to us; therefore, considering the issues surrounding COVID-19, we wanted to let job applicants know that Hope and Healing International’s employment offers are conditional upon new hires being fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

Hope and Healing International is a ‘child-and-adults-at-risk-safe organization’. As a condition of employment, successful candidates will be required to undergo Vulnerable Sector Screening from the police jurisdiction in which they reside.
In Accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), Hope and Healing International strives to ensure that all recruiting processes are non-discriminatory. If you require an accommodation, please advise HR in advance of attending the interview.

Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. All other applicants are thanked for their interest.

Application Deadline: May 30, 2022

Data Solutions Manager

Purpose:
This manager is responsible for ensuring that the information systems that specifically support the work of World Renew are being used in a way that maximizes their value for the organization.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
  1.  Acts as the primary resource for World Renew senior leadership for communicating and reporting the state and performance of initiatives within the CRM project portfolio
  2.  Engages across the entire organization to facilitate the best possible use of all resources to deliver the maximum value and benefits from projects and programs within the CRM portfolio
  3.  Participates in strategic and tactical meetings across organizational functional areas
  4.  Identifies and coordinates CRM project and program needs, resources, and initiatives
  5.  Guides stakeholders (internal and at times external) in translating mission program and administrative goals to identify current and future needs related to the portfolio
  6.  Sources and manages vendor and service provider relationships
  7.  Uses project management approaches to initiate, plan, design, execute, monitor and control CRM system initiatives
  8.  Translates user needs into business processes and technical specifications for current and future CRM systems and integrations
  9.  Creates tools such as reports, business processes, and training needed by internal stakeholders
  10.  Provides database administration and application architecture expertise
  11.  Ensure that best practices related to data security and privacy are being used and communicate with both the US and Canadian Privacy officers as needed
  12.  Develops the tools and processes needed to integrate, sustain and evaluate the systems over time
  13.  Troubleshoots and resolves issues in the portfolio
  14.  Perform other duties as assigned
Supervisory Responsibilities:
The person in this position supervises the Systems Integration Specialist and Salesforce Administrator,  and contractors and in interns as needed.

SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE & EXPERTISE

Qualifications:
  1.  Membership in a Christian church and agreement with the doctrine of the CRC signified by signing a covenant statement
  2.  Demonstrated commitment to contribute to and promote a work environment that values diversity, inclusion and equity
  3.  Committed to working towards gender equality, equity and justice in all aspects of our programming, plans, policies and organizational structure
  4.  Demonstrated leadership, management and/or supervision skills
  5.  Proven customer service orientation, project management experience, and listening skills
  6.  Coaching and training skills that demonstrate skill development in others
  7.  Business analysis and problem-solving skills
  8.  Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to work in highly collaborative ways with people of varying technical skills and remotely with staff around the globe
  9.  Experience with CRM systems
Education and/or Experience:
  1.  A university degree or advanced diploma in computer science, information systems, business or closely related area is required
  2.  A minimum of 3 years’ experience in information systems, database management, project management, or fundraising CRM is required
  3.  Salesforce.com Administrator certificate or willingness to become certified within 6 months is required
  4.  Experience with a nonprofit organization is desirable
Language Skills:
Excellent command of the English language both written and verbal is required.
Physical Demands:
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Ability to travel within Canada and the United States of America for occasional, day-long and possible overnight meetings is required.
Work Environment:
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Benefits

  • Work-Life Balance
  • Full-Time Flexible Work Arrangements
  • Generous Vacation and Holiday Time
  • Embraces diversity, equity, and inclusion
  • Benefits include Health, Welfare, & Retirement
  • Professional Development Opportunities
  • Contributing to an organization that is making an impact in the world
  • Up to 1 week of paid time off for voluntary mission/service project trip.

About The Christian Reformed Church in North America

Who We Are
The Christian Reformed Church in North America (CRCNA) includes just over one thousand congregations across the United States and Canada. About 75 percent of the churches are in the United States and 25 percent are in Canada. While we're a denomination with churches and ministries in two countries, we share in the blessings of ecclesial unity and joint ministry. Almost 230,000 people belong to the CRCNA—not a large number when you consider the population of our two countries. But by God’s grace we can accomplish a lot when we work together.
The CRCNA denominational offices serve the local church, providing resources to pastors and congregations so that people are introduced to Jesus Christ and their faith is nurtured. Other agencies of the CRCNA include ReFrame MinistriesResonate Global Missions and World Renew.
Be Who You Are
The CRCNA is committed to building a culture of belonging that encourages, supports, and celebrates the voices and experiences of all our employees. We strive to build a workforce that reflects the diversity of our broader culture and the Christian church, and invite all qualified candidates to apply.

Application Deadline: May 30, 2022

Finance Manager

PURPOSE
This position is responsible for World Renew’s grant financial management by providing support to Grants Managers and Special Donor Funds (grants only) in financial management.  Specifically, ensuring compliance with grants and providing training when necessary to ensure this, and ensuring World Renew’s overall successful performance in financial management for grants/special funds administered by the Program Excellence (PE) Team.  Provide leadership and management to the Gift Processing team.  Ensure accurate and timely entry and updating of gift, donor, and member records.  Manage the gift process to conform to policies, timelines, donor intent, and agency instructions.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following:
  1.  Oversight of the financial side of proposals, applications, preparation
    1.  Perform detailed review and quality control of active proposals, including required budget schedules, proformas, budget spreadsheets, and budget narratives
    2.  Set and maintain standards, templates, and tools for preparing quality cost proposals as required by donor and documenting and storing required files
    3.  Evaluate World Renew’s full cost recovery, and ensure both direct and indirect costs are incorporated in all proposals
    4.  Assist in the negotiation of contribution agreements (i.e. Canadian proposals and other funders)
    5.  Assist staff with their work with local partner organizations to develop grant sub-award budgets for inclusion in larger proposals (i.e. United States Agency for International Development (for international work),Federal Emergency Management Agency (for Disaster Response Services work), that require detailed sub-award budgets; and provide high quality review and feedback on proposal budgets
  2.  Financial management of grants
    1.  Monitor award expenditure variances and coordinate necessary budget modifications
    2.  Monitor financial details related to grants, including fund transfer dates, transfer amounts, field expenditures and cost share expenditures
    3.  Ensure that costs directly charged to external grants comply with the grant agreement and all applicable regulations.  Work with finance staff to ensure that these costs are correctly coded in the general ledger, and appropriately reported to the donor
    4.  Provide financial reports as needed for analysis of spending activity on a grant.  Categorize transactions to align with the submitted budget.  Review spending and notify grant manager of any deviations from planned budget.  Work with grants program managers in the creation of budgets - providing information like current fringe rate (and breakdown), policies on depreciation, etc.  Work with program manager and field staff on reallocation of funds (if deemed necessary)
    5.  Working with appropriate Program Excellence (PE) team staff, coordinate financial reporting to meet external donor requirements on a timely basis
    6.  Consolidate financial reports from multiple countries/partners (sometimes with multi-currencies) to prepare donor reports
    7.  Undertake periodic project visits for financial data reviews, financial training, or workshop presentations as part of overall project monitoring as required in donor budget agreement or when deemed critical for successful implementation of the grant
  3.  Gift Processing
    1.  Provide supervision, coaching, feedback, support, and guidance to assigned staff
    2.  Support staff by answering questions regarding gifts; offer resources and advice as appropriate
    3.  Ensure that World Renew has correct and comprehensive gift information to support their advancement efforts
    4.  Perform research and provide appropriate instructions for special circumstances, following established guidelines or developing new guidelines as needed in conjunction with staff
    5.  Monitor individual and team goals to ensure successful completion of annual plans, evaluate staff performance, and resolve performance issues as they arise
    6.  Oversee the fund code and restricted funding approvals process
  4.  Perform other duties as assigned
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES
Gift Processing Administrator who supervises both Canada and U.S. Staff

SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE & EXPERTISE

QUALIFICATIONS
The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.
  1.  Commitment to the mission of World Renew, and agreement with the doctrine of the church signified by signing a faith statement
  2.  Demonstrated competence in effective in-person and written communication
  3.  Strong interpersonal skills; flexible and adaptable team player
  4.  Motivated and able to network with a wide variety of stakeholder groups with diverse value systems and cultures
  5.  Excellent analytical skills
  6.  Excellent organizational and project management skills and demonstrated ability to manage several complex projects at once
  7.  Demonstrated competency in various computer applications, fundraising databases, Google products, Microsoft Office (Excel), and familiarity with Grants.gov, Devex, Workspace, cybergrants, and other online grant submission forms and tools
  8.  Knowledge of federal regulations governing grant/financial management, and audits
  9.  Demonstrated commitment to promote a work environment that values diversity and equality, as well as have respectful relationships with others
  10.  Demonstrated commitment to promote gender equality in all aspects of World Renew’s programming, plans, policies and organizational structure
  11.  Ability and willingness to travel domestically and internationally, possibly with short notice
  12.  Proactive and able to work with minimal supervision
  13.  Ability to think critically, listens actively, and writes correctly using business standards
EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE
  1.  A Bachelor’s Degree is required
  2.  Minimum three years of Finance related experience (accounting and budgeting)
  3.  Experience managing grants with international development programs and donor funds strongly preferred
  4.  Experience traveling to and working cross-culturally with vulnerable communities internationally preferred
PHYSICAL DEMANDS
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
  1.  Travel of approximately 10-15% of working hours, meetings during non-business hours and occasional overnight stays is expected
  2.  Minimum of two international trips per year to World Renew international programs for staff/partner competency development in grant financial management
  3.  Extended time spent in front of computer screen using electronic mail
WORK ENVIRONMENT
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.  Occasional international travel to destinations with rough terrain, unreliable access to water and electricity, and increased exposure to illness.

Benefits

  • Work-Life Balance
  • Full-Time Flexible Work Arrangements
  • Generous Vacation and Holiday Time
  • Embraces diversity, equity, and inclusion
  • Benefits include Health, Welfare, & Retirement
  • Professional Development Opportunities
  • Contributing to an organization that is making an impact in the world
  • Up to 1 week of paid time off for voluntary mission/service project trip.

About The Christian Reformed Church in North America

Who We Are
The Christian Reformed Church in North America (CRCNA) includes just over one thousand congregations across the United States and Canada. About 75 percent of the churches are in the United States and 25 percent are in Canada. While we're a denomination with churches and ministries in two countries, we share in the blessings of ecclesial unity and joint ministry. Almost 230,000 people belong to the CRCNA—not a large number when you consider the population of our two countries. But by God’s grace we can accomplish a lot when we work together.
The CRCNA denominational offices serve the local church, providing resources to pastors and congregations so that people are introduced to Jesus Christ and their faith is nurtured. Other agencies of the CRCNA include ReFrame MinistriesResonate Global Missions and World Renew.
Be Who You Are
The CRCNA is committed to building a culture of belonging that encourages, supports, and celebrates the voices and experiences of all our employees. We strive to build a workforce that reflects the diversity of our broader culture and the Christian church, and invite all qualified candidates to apply.

More Info: 

Application Deadline: June 07, 2022

Communication and Information Assistant - International Disaster Response

PURPOSE
To support the International Disaster Response (IDR) program communication needs by producing professional (brand/organization aligned) visuals, high quality beneficiary stories, case studies, presentations, videos and general content for print, the website and social media.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Create written and visual content for internal and external use.  This may include SitReps, Infographics, beneficiary stories, case studies, presentations, video snippets and general content for use by World Renew and partners on websites and social media.
  • Work with the IDR team to develop and carry out an annual communications plan that aligns to needs and strategies of the organization.
  • Work with IDR colleagues on ensuring project specific communication plans are carried out for general publication, reporting to funders and to share with network partners. .
  • Join operational calls and team meetings to gather information for written content and support project staff in various aspects of written communication
  • Work collaboratively with World Renew’s CORE team to ensure IDR themes and priorities are communicated to the constituents in a focused and deliberate manner.
  • Work with CORE ( MarComm team) to ensure branding guidelines are followed
  • Network with CORE (MarComm team) to ensure that IDR program news is being updated regularly on the website and social media
  • Coordinate with network and alliance partners (CFGB, ACT Alliance and Integral Alliance) on communications related to IDR programs
  • Source content for CFGB public relations materials as required
  • Participate in CFGB Public Engagement and Resource Working Group conference calls and meetings
  • Meeting the constituency communication objectives of IDR’s annual strategic plan by working closely with CORE for CFGB-related communications (Fall newsletter, CFGB Sunday, Growing Projects) and IDR content in the annual World Renew Report
  • Liaise with gift processing, constituency relations and marketing teams on IDR’s funding priorities and updated project information
  • Some travel may be required
  • Perform other duties as assigned.
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITY
None.  May be asked to coordinate with vendors or service providers.

SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE & EXPERTISE:

QUALIFICATIONS
  1.  Proficient in MS Office Suite, Google Docs, Adobe Creative Suite especially Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign, in order to support effective communications.
  2.  Strong written and oral communication skills with an understanding of communication norms in the field of international disaster response work
  3.  Understanding of how to present data in a visual format to make it accessible for the intended audience
  4.  Strong editing skills and the ability to apply it to material initiated  by others in order to create a  polished publishable beneficiary story or article
  5.  Ability and willingness to be flexible with work schedule and workload according to the demands of the work of the team
  6.  Demonstrated commitment to contribute to and promote a work environment that values diversity, inclusion and equity
  7.  Committed to working towards gender equality, equity and justice in all aspects of our programming, plans, policies and organizational structure
  8.  Task oriented skills - demonstrate autonomy, initiative, creativity, and resilience to finish tasks by deadlines
  9.  Excellent organization skills – demonstrate self-starting, planning and implementation skills, as well as an ability to successfully multitask and prioritize
  10.   Critical thinking skills – ability to analyze a situation to determine needs, brainstorm possibilities and/or create opportunities, problem solve and/or generate solutions, develop recommendations, research relevant information to determine current best practice in communications
  11.  Knowledge of communication and media networks/channels used in the humanitarian industry
  12.   Membership in a Christian church and agreement with the doctrine of the CRC signified by signing a covenant statement, committed to Christ with a compassionate heart and a servant attitude
  13.  Familiarity with the CRC is an asset
LANGUAGE SKILLS
Must be proficient in English (both written and oral)
Spanish or French would be an asset.
EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE
1. A bachelor’s degree with strong writing skills is required.   A degree in communications,              English, journalism or a related field is preferred.
2. Coursework or direct experience in print and digital media is an asset.
3. At least 2 years of humanitarian work experience with an NGO, including information management in the first phase of a major emergency response relevant to the cluster. Work experience outside the humanitarian sector which is relevant to this post may be considered as a replacement for humanitarian experience.

4. Communication work experience in a team environment is required.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential function. The incumbent, in this position, may need to travel at least twice a year in North America to attend meetings and possibly once a year internationally.
WORK ENVIRONMENT
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The incumbent, in this position, will travel at least twice a year in North America to attend meetings and possibly once a year internationally.

Benefits

  • Generous Vacation and Holiday Time
  • Embraces diversity, equity, and inclusion
  • Benefits include Health, Welfare, & Retirement
  • Professional Development Opportunities
  • Contributing to an organization that is making an impact in the world
  • Up to 1 week of paid time off for voluntary mission/service project trip.

About The Christian Reformed Church in North America

Who We Are
The Christian Reformed Church in North America (CRCNA) includes just over one thousand congregations across the United States and Canada. About 75 percent of the churches are in the United States and 25 percent are in Canada. While we're a denomination with churches and ministries in two countries, we share in the blessings of ecclesial unity and joint ministry. Almost 230,000 people belong to the CRCNA—not a large number when you consider the population of our two countries. But by God’s grace we can accomplish a lot when we work together.The CRCNA denominational offices serve the local church, providing resources to pastors and congregations so that people are introduced to Jesus Christ and their faith is nurtured. Other agencies of the CRCNA include ReFrame MinistriesResonate Global Missions and World Renew.
Be Who You Are
The CRCNA is committed to building a culture of belonging that encourages, supports, and celebrates the voices and experiences of all our employees. We strive to build a workforce that reflects the diversity of our broader culture and the Christian church, and invite all qualified candidates to apply.

Job Title: Program Coordinator – Access to Medicine
Terms: Full time                                                                                                                                                                              Reporting to: Director, Programs
Base Location: Dollard-des-Ormeaux (QC) or Oakville (ON)

Background:
HPIC is a Canadian registered charity dedicated to increasing access to medicine and improving health for the world’s most vulnerable people. HPIC works with Canada’s pharmaceutical and healthcare industry to treat about 1 million people every year through a well-established network of Canadian volunteers and global partners. HPIC equips medical mission teams, stocks clinics and hospitals in impoverished communities, mobilizes medical relief during emergencies and builds local capacity. For more information, visit www.hpicanada.ca

Position Summary:
The Access to Medicine Program Coordinator is an integral part of the Program team. S/he is responsible for the coordination and management of HPIC’s medicine donation initiatives/shipments. S/he is also responsible for establishing, maintaining and facilitating relationships with NGO partners interested in receiving medicine donations for their health projects overseas. A particular focus of this role is to ensure strong, collaborative partnerships that deliver effective and efficient program outcomes.

Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Program Coordination
 In collaboration with the Director of Programs, provide leadership and strategic direction to the access to medicine program.
 Develop and maintain procedures and tools related to medicine donations.
 In collaboration with the Program teams, develop an annual forecast of medicine needs for all projects.
 In collaboration with the Product Planning team, review inventory and make recommendations on product utilization, appropriateness and further requests to industry donors.
 Create and plan shipments of medicine donations and work with the operations team to ensure that all shipments are completed in a timely manner.
 Collect reports from partners and prepare donor reports and summaries as required.

2. Partnership Management
 Establish and maintain relationships with other organizations and understand their projects and needs for donated medicines and medical supplies.
 Oversee all aspects of partnership management from due diligence vetting, agreement development, needs assessment, as well as monitoring and accountability.
 Coordinate and share medicine offers with partners and in collaboration with other program coordinators, determine acceptance and allocation of offers based on needs and priorities.
 Research and develop relationships with new partners based on program priorities and product opportunities.
 Develop and implement new projects and initiatives that focus on improving access to medicine.
 Ensure adequate monitoring and reporting for all initiatives and projects.

3. Other Responsibilities
 Assist in the development of fact sheets, presentations and other program materials as needed.
 Represent HPIC in external meetings and events.
 Contribute to strategic planning in the area of medicine donations.
 Undertake projects and other duties as assigned by the Programs Director.

Qualifications and other Requirements:
- Educational background in international development, public health or a related field, and/or relevant work experience.
- 2-3 years of experience in a humanitarian relief or an international development organization.
- Training or experience in project design, planning and management.
- Knowledge or background in the pharmaceutical or healthcare field is an asset.
- Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
- Good understanding of monitoring and evaluation frameworks and results-based management.
- Excellent organizational skills with the ability to prioritize and manage multiple responsibilities and meet deadlines.
- Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively with multiple stakeholders.
- Excellent verbal and written communication in English. Good knowledge of French would be a strong advantage.
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite.
- Ability and willingness to undertake occasional international travel.
- Commitment to HPIC’s mission, vision and values.

The salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications. The position is open to individuals legally entitled to work in Canada.

Application process:
To apply for this vacancy, please send your resume, a cover letter and salary expectations to csharouty@hpicanada.ca by 7 June 2022. Please quote “Application for Access to Medicine Program Coordinator – Your Name” in the subject line.
We thank you for your interest in this position. However, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

HPIC is a charity dedicated to increasing access to medicine and improving health in the world’s most vulnerable communities internationally. The organization has offices in both Montreal and Oakville. HPIC is looking for someone who can take our cause to heart and tell the story of our impact to grow awareness and support for this unique Canadian charity.

Reporting directly to the Director of Philanthropy & Communications, the Volunteer Engagement & Corporate Communications Coordinator will do very important work. The coordinator will help to further engage HPIC’s volunteers; community & corporate groups while they visit our Oakville Distribution Centre. Furthermore, the coordinator will work to enhance HPIC’s brand and impact across a variety of outlets (audiences, print assets, social media and digital platforms. The coordinator will also help to implement and capture metrics to evaluate HPIC’s marketing and communications strategies that align with HPIC’s annual plan and activities under the organization’s strategic goals. This role requires the development of on-brand content, stories and testimonials that tell the story of HPIC’s work and supports awareness building and the financial growth of HPIC. The coordinator monitors HPIC’s social media accounts, introduces new marketing trends, and makes recommendations for marketing techniques for different audiences.

Summary of job duties and main responsibilities:

Content Creation, Strategy Execution & Website Management 50%
• Incorporate learned expertise that helps with the development and the execution of the organization’s multi-channel communications plan
• Participates in the execution of a HPIC’s marketing strategy that leads growth of the HPIC brand online and offline across a wide range of audiences, locally & nationally
• Stays current and knowledgeable with the latest marketing & communications best practices and technologies for non-for-profits, particularly in healthcare and global relief efforts sector
• Leads the tracking of marketing & social media KPIs (metrics) and makes recommendations for improved approaches
• Leads the creation of content; writing, editing & design. Works with internal area managers to gather required information for different organizational assets and audiences
• Monitors and writes content for HPIC’s audiences that deploy over social media, website including blog (digital and video)
• Creates different organizations assets, both print & digital. Examples: HPIC’s semi-annual newsletter, key messages, donor proposals & cases for support, impact reports (print & video), campaign mailings, sponsorship and event assets, and other stewardship & solicitation pieces as requested and needed
• Manages, monitors, and troubleshoots HPIC’s website
• Webmaster for English and French (HPIC websites) updating content and visuals (images & video) as needed
• Communicates and cooperates with IT to flag and identify any website related security breaches
• Ensures HPIC’s website is compliant with all online policies, laws and regulations

External Communication & Event Support 25%
• Seeks and acquires opportunities and media partnerships to further showcase HPIC and its mission within the GTA and beyond (across Canada)
• Prepares public key messages and public remarks for campaigns and emergency response activities or other external activities
• Responds to media inquiries
• Supports logistical support & event execution for organizational events, on-site activities as part of annual plans

Volunteer Program Management 25%
• Helps to build and further engage volunteers as part of HPIC ‘s mission and program
• Helps to implement a mechanism for volunteer recruitment, engagement, support, retention, and recognition
• Manages onsite volunteers including orientation, scheduling, training, attendance monitoring and maintenance of volunteer records and data
• Leads the onsite experience with volunteer groups (corporate & community) that attend onsite (Oakville facility) to pack medical aid or assist with other special projects

Job requirements and qualifications
• Minimum of 2 years experience in communications and/or marketing; specific experience in fundraising or in the healthcare/not-for-profit sector is an asset
• Degree in marketing, communications or journalism is preferred
• Experience creating campaigns and strategies for Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, for marketing purposes
• Experience with web sites and web strategies, e.g, WordPress, SEO and SEM
• Some experience with video production, photography and the ability to edit video and images is an asset
• Minimum of 2 years experience working with volunteers or in event management
• Excellent computer skills including MS Office & trending design applications
• Excellent written and oral communications and interpersonal skills
• Demonstrated command of language and extensive editing experience
• Bilingual skills (English and French) is an asset
• Demonstrates behaviour consistent with HPIC policies and Code of Conduct.
• Models behaviour that is aligned with the values of HPIC – Honesty, Integrity and Accountability, Respect and Dignity, Compassion and Caring, Leadership, Vision and Innovation.
• Commitment to providing an exceptional experience for staff and donors within a challenging and exciting environment that is active in its mission to care for the vulnerable to keep them healthy.

To apply please send cover letter, resume and your salary expectations to dgomez@hpicanada.ca

This opportunity will remain open until filled.
Those applicants that meet the criteria above will be contacted for an interview.
This position requires physical presence at our Oakville Distribution Centre located at 2907 Portland Drive. Days/Hours preferred: Monday to Friday, 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM.
NOTE: Occasional evenings and weekends are required for select opportunities and events.

For more information on HPIC & it’s mission please visit: www.hpicanada.ca

Reports to: Executive Director of ChildCare INTERNATIONAL

Position Type: Full Time

Summary: The Sponsorship Representative (SR) is accountable to the Executive Director for the implementation and management of effective and efficient operations of sponsorship acquisitions. The SR works closely with other CCI team members and participates in CCI’s overall growth strategy. His / her primary responsibility is building relationships with Pastors, Churches, Speakers, Volunteers and other Christian influencers in Canada, with the goal of increasing the number of sponsorships and/or donations to CCI.

Work location: The SR may be based in any province. If outside of B.C., occasional travel to B.C. is required.

More info.

Children Believe is seeking a Digital Community Coordinator, a Director of Digital and Community Engagement, and a New Business Development Manager,

More info.

Compassion Canada is seeking a Graphic Designer, Senior Web Designer, Systems Developer, Web Developer, Email Marketing Specialist, Social Media Specialist,, Products & Channels Manager, Director of Programmatic & Philanthropic Engagement, Director of People & Culture Experiences, and several Relationship Managers,  Check out their website for details. 

Food for the Hungry (FH) Canada, is focused on ending poverty—one community at a time. They are seeking to fill the following positions: Data Processor, UX Designer & Digital Marketer, and an International Programs Intern (through Forge).

More info.

The Finance Supervisor will have a heart for compassionate activity and humanitarian work and a skill set in maintaining accurate financial reporting and analyzing trends.  This role will serve GAiN across core strategies, including the Water for Life initiative (WFLI) and the JESUS Film Church Planting Strategy (JFCPS).  Through a cross strategy scope, the Finance Supervisor will administer agency agreements and international transactions as well as analyze spending patterns and manage the field financial reporting for GAiN’s field activities.

Terms: Full-time

More info.

Hope and Healing International is a Christian organization, working to bring hope and healing to kids and their families living with disabilities in the poorest communities of the world.

Reporting directly to the Manager, Partnership Development, they are seeking a Major Gift Fundraiser who is responsible for managing a portfolio of major giving prospects and donors (new, existing, and lapsed) and executing strategies to identify, cultivate, and solicit gifts of $10k+. This position works closely with the International Programs and Marketing teams to understand programmatic content, strategic priorities, and marketing campaigns, to directly contribute to securing major cash gifts. The Major Gift Fundraiser will take new and existing cash supporters on a meaningful journey with Hope and Healing International and engage them more deeply with our mission and brand.

Learn more and apply here. 

Canadian Foodgrains Bank is a partnership of 15 Canadian denominations and church-based agencies working together to respond to global hunger. We are recruiting for a department coordinator to join our Resources and Public Engagement Team.

Working closely with the department director, the coordinator manages the CRM database and takes responsibility for administrative planning, and record keeping for the resources and public engagement department. The coordinator provides administrative support to the department director and leadership team, plans and coordinates special events, department travel and inter-team activities for both Winnipeg-based and remote team members.

The successful candidate will bring education in business administration or other related training, and demonstrated expertise in administration in a non-profit environment with experience in donor database use, cloud-based computing, and workflow coordination. Attention to detail, strong interpersonal communication skills, a service orientation, and English language fluency are essential for success in this role. Staff in this position must support and affirm our Christian motivation.

This position is based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and is eligible for a hybrid work environment.

Learn more here. 

Hungry for Life is seeking to fill the following positions:  Director of Communications, Director of Finance & Administration, Mission Focusing Consultant, Finance Administrator, Director of Mission Focusing and Consulting, Director of People and Culture, and Video Producer.

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The Forge Internship program is hiring for 2 positions to start in May 2022. iTeams Canada will be accepting applications until March 11, 2022.

THE FORGE is a 6 month internship specifically designed for college and university graduates with knowledge and passion for International Development. Forge interns are emerging Christian leaders who want to put their skills to practical use and take the next step in their careers. They also share a strong commitment to seeing communities around the world grow into fullness of life characterized by dignity, hope, justice and peace.

The Forge offers the opportunity to develop a robust work portfolio, integrate faith with vocation, and make a tangible, sustainable contribution to International Teams Canada’s transformational development programs.

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Samaritan's Purse is seeking to fill several positions.

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