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Executive DirectorMacaulay Child Development Centre (The)01/07/2019118

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Executive Director
(Toronto)

Macaulay Child Development Centre is a leader in child and family–centred services. They deliver a distinct continuum of services that include: licensed child care, EarlyOn centres, family support and education, homework clubs, special needs services and preschool speech & language intervention. 

Founded in 1932, the Macaulay Child Development Centre has built a reputation as an innovator that partners with families and community to unlock the potential of children, especially those most at risk.

Macaulay’s 265-strong team helps make a difference for more than 7,000 children and youth each year.

The Opportunity
The next Executive Director of Macaulay Child Development Centre will lead an organization that has grown rapidly and is recognized and respected for its programs in the social services sector among funders and the communities it serves. It is poised to make an even greater impact in the community in the years ahead, with the right alignment of responsibilities, operational processes, and strategy. The Board will look to the next ED to take the organization to the next level while retaining its passion for programs and advocacy that make a difference for children and families within their communities.

The next ED will lead a staff complement who are proud to be part of Macaulay’s mission, and enjoy a respectful and peaceful working environment. A talented and experienced Senior Management Team collaborates with the ED in decisions to expand and maintain programs, services and the physical presence of the organization in the community.

Experience

  • Minimum 8 years in senior management
  • 5-10 years working in, or in an area that supports, child care/development
  • Previous experience in managing a large and diverse work force of similar size and scope
  • Previous experience in budget planning and monitoring budgets equivalent to Macaulay’s
  • Experience working with a governing Board of Directors
  • Experience in not-for-profit organization

Skills

  • Demonstrated passion for and knowledge of services for children and families such as child care, early child development, special needs, etc.
  • Demonstrated business and financial acumen
  • Recognized leader in child care and development
  • Proven leadership and change management skills
  • Knowledge/capacity in the area of fundraising
  • Demonstrated skills in strategic thinking and strategic planning
  • Strong written and oral communication skills with the ability to speak well in public forums
  • Experience in advocacy
  • Team player that can work with diverse groups
  • Demonstrated ability to build relationships and network with key stakeholders
  • Expert knowledge of the structure of government offices supporting child development and care

Assets

  • Experience working in a unionized environment

Education

  • BA or higher in an area of study applicable to the role or a combination of education and experience in the field
  • Masters level education in a relevant field (i.e. MA/MBA/MEd/MSW) or equivalent experience is an asset

This search is being conducted on behalf of the Macaulay Child Development Centre by crawfordconnect, a search firm specializing in recruiting leaders and fundraisers for Canada’s non-profit sector. If someone you know may be interested in this position, please feel free to forward this document – we would be pleased to connect with them.

To apply:
By January 7, 2019 please apply with both your cover letter and resume through our website by clicking the 'Apply Now' button.

Questions about the position? Contact Susan Mackle at susan@crawfordconnect.com or 647.265.8508.
Issues with applying? Please call 416.977.2913 or email info@crawfordconnect.com.

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.

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Job ID118
Apply By01/07/2019
OpportunityExecutive Director Location
Posting

 - 118 

Executive Director
(Toronto)

Macaulay Child Development Centre is a leader in child and family–centred services. They deliver a distinct continuum of services that include: licensed child care, EarlyOn centres, family support and education, homework clubs, special needs services and preschool speech & language intervention. 

Founded in 1932, the Macaulay Child Development Centre has built a reputation as an innovator that partners with families and community to unlock the potential of children, especially those most at risk.

Macaulay’s 265-strong team helps make a difference for more than 7,000 children and youth each year.

The Opportunity
The next Executive Director of Macaulay Child Development Centre will lead an organization that has grown rapidly and is recognized and respected for its programs in the social services sector among funders and the communities it serves. It is poised to make an even greater impact in the community in the years ahead, with the right alignment of responsibilities, operational processes, and strategy. The Board will look to the next ED to take the organization to the next level while retaining its passion for programs and advocacy that make a difference for children and families within their communities.

The next ED will lead a staff complement who are proud to be part of Macaulay’s mission, and enjoy a respectful and peaceful working environment. A talented and experienced Senior Management Team collaborates with the ED in decisions to expand and maintain programs, services and the physical presence of the organization in the community.

Experience

  • Minimum 8 years in senior management
  • 5-10 years working in, or in an area that supports, child care/development
  • Previous experience in managing a large and diverse work force of similar size and scope
  • Previous experience in budget planning and monitoring budgets equivalent to Macaulay’s
  • Experience working with a governing Board of Directors
  • Experience in not-for-profit organization

Skills

  • Demonstrated passion for and knowledge of services for children and families such as child care, early child development, special needs, etc.
  • Demonstrated business and financial acumen
  • Recognized leader in child care and development
  • Proven leadership and change management skills
  • Knowledge/capacity in the area of fundraising
  • Demonstrated skills in strategic thinking and strategic planning
  • Strong written and oral communication skills with the ability to speak well in public forums
  • Experience in advocacy
  • Team player that can work with diverse groups
  • Demonstrated ability to build relationships and network with key stakeholders
  • Expert knowledge of the structure of government offices supporting child development and care

Assets

  • Experience working in a unionized environment

Education

  • BA or higher in an area of study applicable to the role or a combination of education and experience in the field
  • Masters level education in a relevant field (i.e. MA/MBA/MEd/MSW) or equivalent experience is an asset

This search is being conducted on behalf of the Macaulay Child Development Centre by crawfordconnect, a search firm specializing in recruiting leaders and fundraisers for Canada’s non-profit sector. If someone you know may be interested in this position, please feel free to forward this document – we would be pleased to connect with them.

To apply:
By January 7, 2019 please apply with both your cover letter and resume through our website by clicking the 'Apply Now' button.

Questions about the position? Contact Susan Mackle at susan@crawfordconnect.com or 647.265.8508.
Issues with applying? Please call 416.977.2913 or email info@crawfordconnect.com.

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.

Apply By01/07/2019
OpportunityExecutive Director Location
Posting

 - 118 

Executive Director
(Toronto)

Macaulay Child Development Centre is a leader in child and family–centred services. They deliver a distinct continuum of services that include: licensed child care, EarlyOn centres, family support and education, homework clubs, special needs services and preschool speech & language intervention. 

Founded in 1932, the Macaulay Child Development Centre has built a reputation as an innovator that partners with families and community to unlock the potential of children, especially those most at risk.

Macaulay’s 265-strong team helps make a difference for more than 7,000 children and youth each year.

The Opportunity
The next Executive Director of Macaulay Child Development Centre will lead an organization that has grown rapidly and is recognized and respected for its programs in the social services sector among funders and the communities it serves. It is poised to make an even greater impact in the community in the years ahead, with the right alignment of responsibilities, operational processes, and strategy. The Board will look to the next ED to take the organization to the next level while retaining its passion for programs and advocacy that make a difference for children and families within their communities.

The next ED will lead a staff complement who are proud to be part of Macaulay’s mission, and enjoy a respectful and peaceful working environment. A talented and experienced Senior Management Team collaborates with the ED in decisions to expand and maintain programs, services and the physical presence of the organization in the community.

Experience

  • Minimum 8 years in senior management
  • 5-10 years working in, or in an area that supports, child care/development
  • Previous experience in managing a large and diverse work force of similar size and scope
  • Previous experience in budget planning and monitoring budgets equivalent to Macaulay’s
  • Experience working with a governing Board of Directors
  • Experience in not-for-profit organization

Skills

  • Demonstrated passion for and knowledge of services for children and families such as child care, early child development, special needs, etc.
  • Demonstrated business and financial acumen
  • Recognized leader in child care and development
  • Proven leadership and change management skills
  • Knowledge/capacity in the area of fundraising
  • Demonstrated skills in strategic thinking and strategic planning
  • Strong written and oral communication skills with the ability to speak well in public forums
  • Experience in advocacy
  • Team player that can work with diverse groups
  • Demonstrated ability to build relationships and network with key stakeholders
  • Expert knowledge of the structure of government offices supporting child development and care

Assets

  • Experience working in a unionized environment

Education

  • BA or higher in an area of study applicable to the role or a combination of education and experience in the field
  • Masters level education in a relevant field (i.e. MA/MBA/MEd/MSW) or equivalent experience is an asset

This search is being conducted on behalf of the Macaulay Child Development Centre by crawfordconnect, a search firm specializing in recruiting leaders and fundraisers for Canada’s non-profit sector. If someone you know may be interested in this position, please feel free to forward this document – we would be pleased to connect with them.

To apply:
By January 7, 2019 please apply with both your cover letter and resume through our website by clicking the 'Apply Now' button.

Questions about the position? Contact Susan Mackle at susan@crawfordconnect.com or 647.265.8508.
Issues with applying? Please call 416.977.2913 or email info@crawfordconnect.com.

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.

Apply Now
Officer, Major Gifts Philanthropy & CampaignsMackenzie Health FoundationGreater Toronto Area, ON12/17/2018115

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Officer, Major Gifts,
Philanthropy & Campaigns
 (Permanent position: Greater Toronto Area)

Mackenzie Health
Mackenzie Health is a dynamic regional healthcare provider serving a population of more than a half million people across York Region and beyond. Nationally recognized for its commitment to safety and quality patient care, Mackenzie Health is a healthcare leader with a wide variety of academic partners. Mackenzie Health includes Mackenzie Richmond Hill Hospital, the future Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital, as well as a comprehensive network of community-based services in Richmond Hill, Vaughan and the surrounding communities.

Mackenzie Health's vision is to create a world-class health experience. This means delivering quality, compassionate and timely patient-centered care. It means that everything we do is focused on our patients and community.

Mackenzie Health Foundation
Established in 1977, Mackenzie Health Foundation has raised more than $142 million for capital projects, medical equipment, technology and educational opportunities for Mackenzie Health. With the mission to inspire inspirational gifts, we are proud of our long tradition of partnership with our generous community.

The Exceptional Care Belongs Here campaign
Mackenzie Health Foundation is spearheading the $250-million Exceptional Care Belongs Here campaign – the largest fundraising drive led by a community hospital in Canada – to help build and equip Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital and enhance care at Mackenzie Richmond Hill Hospital.  The campaign will help build an outstanding state-of-the-art hospital and purchase the leading-edge equipment and technology that will attract and inspire best-in-class specialists and health care teams at both its hospitals.  To date, the Foundation has attracted over $113 million towards the campaign.   A lead transformational pledge from Magna International Inc. of $10-million will name the emergency department at Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital, the Magna Emergency. 

The Position:
As Mackenzie Health Foundation works toward achieving this exciting mandate, it is now seeking to grow its inspired team with a new Officer, Major Gifts.   Reporting to the Senior Manager, Leadership Gifts, the Officer, Major Gifts plays a critical role in securing funds for the organization by managing a group of assigned, qualified donors and acting as an ambassador for Mackenzie Health Foundation across the community. Working closely with the Senior Manager, Leadership Gifts and the Director, Philanthropy & Campaigns, the incumbent is responsible for overseeing the stewardship of current donors and solicitation of prospective donors to the current capital campaign as well as other special initiatives. Developing and maintaining a portfolio of 100 donors/prospects ranging from $25,000 - $100,000 level, the incumbent will focus on donor prospecting and solicitation.

Experience/Skills/Abilities:

  • Minimum of 3-5 years of progressive experience in front-line fundraising, the most recent in Major Gifts fundraising or relevant experience required. 
  • Minimum of two (2) years relevant experience with a demonstrated track record of achievement in securing major gifts (high 5 figure and low 6 figure gifts) or key accounts management front – facing with donors or clients. Brings experience leading own relationship development for MHF’s targeted donor audience including: individuals, corporations, foundations and large business.
  • Displays an exceptional level of professionalism, knowledge, productivity, and high ethical standards.
  • Excellent communication skills including written, verbal and presentation skills. 
  • Excellent time management skills with an ability to handle several tasks simultaneously and set priorities with a sense of urgency.
  • Strong computer skills with a background in donor/prospect databases (experience with Raiser’s Edge preferred).
  • Strong team player with proven collaboration skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with an ability to interact effectively with individuals across the organization and demonstrates tact. 
  • Able to maintain and work with confidential information. 
  • Prepared to respond to a fast-paced changing environment requiring flexibility and adaptability with respect to working hours.
  • Proven attendance record.
  • Demonstrates understanding and complies with patient and staff safety policies and procedures that foster a safe and inclusive environment for all.
  • Access to a vehicle and a valid Ontario driver’s license.

Education:

  • University degree /college diploma in relevant field required. 

Assets:

  • Healthcare or not-for-profit experience an asset.
  • Major Gift or Campaign experience.
  • Experience working with diverse cultures.
  • Second language an asset.

This search is being conducted on behalf of Mackenzie Health Foundation by crawfordconnect, a search firm specializing in recruiting leaders and fundraisers for Canada’s non-profit sector. If someone you know may be interested in this position, please feel free to forward this document – we would be pleased to connect with them.   

To apply:
Please select the 'Apply Now’ button to upload your cover letter and resume by December 17, 2018.

For additional information, please reach out to Cynthia Armour at 416.977.2913 or 1.866.647.5149. We request all applications be submitted online only. For technical issues, please contact info@crawfordconnect.com.

Qualified applicants are invited to submit their resume and letter of interest online only, in confidence. We thank all applicants for applying, however, only qualified candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

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Job ID115
Apply By12/17/2018
OpportunityOfficer, Major Gifts Philanthropy & Campaigns LocationGreater Toronto Area, ON
Posting

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Officer, Major Gifts,
Philanthropy & Campaigns
 (Permanent position: Greater Toronto Area)

Mackenzie Health
Mackenzie Health is a dynamic regional healthcare provider serving a population of more than a half million people across York Region and beyond. Nationally recognized for its commitment to safety and quality patient care, Mackenzie Health is a healthcare leader with a wide variety of academic partners. Mackenzie Health includes Mackenzie Richmond Hill Hospital, the future Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital, as well as a comprehensive network of community-based services in Richmond Hill, Vaughan and the surrounding communities.

Mackenzie Health's vision is to create a world-class health experience. This means delivering quality, compassionate and timely patient-centered care. It means that everything we do is focused on our patients and community.

Mackenzie Health Foundation
Established in 1977, Mackenzie Health Foundation has raised more than $142 million for capital projects, medical equipment, technology and educational opportunities for Mackenzie Health. With the mission to inspire inspirational gifts, we are proud of our long tradition of partnership with our generous community.

The Exceptional Care Belongs Here campaign
Mackenzie Health Foundation is spearheading the $250-million Exceptional Care Belongs Here campaign – the largest fundraising drive led by a community hospital in Canada – to help build and equip Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital and enhance care at Mackenzie Richmond Hill Hospital.  The campaign will help build an outstanding state-of-the-art hospital and purchase the leading-edge equipment and technology that will attract and inspire best-in-class specialists and health care teams at both its hospitals.  To date, the Foundation has attracted over $113 million towards the campaign.   A lead transformational pledge from Magna International Inc. of $10-million will name the emergency department at Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital, the Magna Emergency. 

The Position:
As Mackenzie Health Foundation works toward achieving this exciting mandate, it is now seeking to grow its inspired team with a new Officer, Major Gifts.   Reporting to the Senior Manager, Leadership Gifts, the Officer, Major Gifts plays a critical role in securing funds for the organization by managing a group of assigned, qualified donors and acting as an ambassador for Mackenzie Health Foundation across the community. Working closely with the Senior Manager, Leadership Gifts and the Director, Philanthropy & Campaigns, the incumbent is responsible for overseeing the stewardship of current donors and solicitation of prospective donors to the current capital campaign as well as other special initiatives. Developing and maintaining a portfolio of 100 donors/prospects ranging from $25,000 - $100,000 level, the incumbent will focus on donor prospecting and solicitation.

Experience/Skills/Abilities:

  • Minimum of 3-5 years of progressive experience in front-line fundraising, the most recent in Major Gifts fundraising or relevant experience required. 
  • Minimum of two (2) years relevant experience with a demonstrated track record of achievement in securing major gifts (high 5 figure and low 6 figure gifts) or key accounts management front – facing with donors or clients. Brings experience leading own relationship development for MHF’s targeted donor audience including: individuals, corporations, foundations and large business.
  • Displays an exceptional level of professionalism, knowledge, productivity, and high ethical standards.
  • Excellent communication skills including written, verbal and presentation skills. 
  • Excellent time management skills with an ability to handle several tasks simultaneously and set priorities with a sense of urgency.
  • Strong computer skills with a background in donor/prospect databases (experience with Raiser’s Edge preferred).
  • Strong team player with proven collaboration skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with an ability to interact effectively with individuals across the organization and demonstrates tact. 
  • Able to maintain and work with confidential information. 
  • Prepared to respond to a fast-paced changing environment requiring flexibility and adaptability with respect to working hours.
  • Proven attendance record.
  • Demonstrates understanding and complies with patient and staff safety policies and procedures that foster a safe and inclusive environment for all.
  • Access to a vehicle and a valid Ontario driver’s license.

Education:

  • University degree /college diploma in relevant field required. 

Assets:

  • Healthcare or not-for-profit experience an asset.
  • Major Gift or Campaign experience.
  • Experience working with diverse cultures.
  • Second language an asset.

This search is being conducted on behalf of Mackenzie Health Foundation by crawfordconnect, a search firm specializing in recruiting leaders and fundraisers for Canada’s non-profit sector. If someone you know may be interested in this position, please feel free to forward this document – we would be pleased to connect with them.   

To apply:
Please select the 'Apply Now’ button to upload your cover letter and resume by December 17, 2018.

For additional information, please reach out to Cynthia Armour at 416.977.2913 or 1.866.647.5149. We request all applications be submitted online only. For technical issues, please contact info@crawfordconnect.com.

Qualified applicants are invited to submit their resume and letter of interest online only, in confidence. We thank all applicants for applying, however, only qualified candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Apply By12/17/2018
OpportunityOfficer, Major Gifts Philanthropy & Campaigns LocationGreater Toronto Area, ON
Posting

 - 115 

Officer, Major Gifts,
Philanthropy & Campaigns
 (Permanent position: Greater Toronto Area)

Mackenzie Health
Mackenzie Health is a dynamic regional healthcare provider serving a population of more than a half million people across York Region and beyond. Nationally recognized for its commitment to safety and quality patient care, Mackenzie Health is a healthcare leader with a wide variety of academic partners. Mackenzie Health includes Mackenzie Richmond Hill Hospital, the future Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital, as well as a comprehensive network of community-based services in Richmond Hill, Vaughan and the surrounding communities.

Mackenzie Health's vision is to create a world-class health experience. This means delivering quality, compassionate and timely patient-centered care. It means that everything we do is focused on our patients and community.

Mackenzie Health Foundation
Established in 1977, Mackenzie Health Foundation has raised more than $142 million for capital projects, medical equipment, technology and educational opportunities for Mackenzie Health. With the mission to inspire inspirational gifts, we are proud of our long tradition of partnership with our generous community.

The Exceptional Care Belongs Here campaign
Mackenzie Health Foundation is spearheading the $250-million Exceptional Care Belongs Here campaign – the largest fundraising drive led by a community hospital in Canada – to help build and equip Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital and enhance care at Mackenzie Richmond Hill Hospital.  The campaign will help build an outstanding state-of-the-art hospital and purchase the leading-edge equipment and technology that will attract and inspire best-in-class specialists and health care teams at both its hospitals.  To date, the Foundation has attracted over $113 million towards the campaign.   A lead transformational pledge from Magna International Inc. of $10-million will name the emergency department at Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital, the Magna Emergency. 

The Position:
As Mackenzie Health Foundation works toward achieving this exciting mandate, it is now seeking to grow its inspired team with a new Officer, Major Gifts.   Reporting to the Senior Manager, Leadership Gifts, the Officer, Major Gifts plays a critical role in securing funds for the organization by managing a group of assigned, qualified donors and acting as an ambassador for Mackenzie Health Foundation across the community. Working closely with the Senior Manager, Leadership Gifts and the Director, Philanthropy & Campaigns, the incumbent is responsible for overseeing the stewardship of current donors and solicitation of prospective donors to the current capital campaign as well as other special initiatives. Developing and maintaining a portfolio of 100 donors/prospects ranging from $25,000 - $100,000 level, the incumbent will focus on donor prospecting and solicitation.

Experience/Skills/Abilities:

  • Minimum of 3-5 years of progressive experience in front-line fundraising, the most recent in Major Gifts fundraising or relevant experience required. 
  • Minimum of two (2) years relevant experience with a demonstrated track record of achievement in securing major gifts (high 5 figure and low 6 figure gifts) or key accounts management front – facing with donors or clients. Brings experience leading own relationship development for MHF’s targeted donor audience including: individuals, corporations, foundations and large business.
  • Displays an exceptional level of professionalism, knowledge, productivity, and high ethical standards.
  • Excellent communication skills including written, verbal and presentation skills. 
  • Excellent time management skills with an ability to handle several tasks simultaneously and set priorities with a sense of urgency.
  • Strong computer skills with a background in donor/prospect databases (experience with Raiser’s Edge preferred).
  • Strong team player with proven collaboration skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with an ability to interact effectively with individuals across the organization and demonstrates tact. 
  • Able to maintain and work with confidential information. 
  • Prepared to respond to a fast-paced changing environment requiring flexibility and adaptability with respect to working hours.
  • Proven attendance record.
  • Demonstrates understanding and complies with patient and staff safety policies and procedures that foster a safe and inclusive environment for all.
  • Access to a vehicle and a valid Ontario driver’s license.

Education:

  • University degree /college diploma in relevant field required. 

Assets:

  • Healthcare or not-for-profit experience an asset.
  • Major Gift or Campaign experience.
  • Experience working with diverse cultures.
  • Second language an asset.

This search is being conducted on behalf of Mackenzie Health Foundation by crawfordconnect, a search firm specializing in recruiting leaders and fundraisers for Canada’s non-profit sector. If someone you know may be interested in this position, please feel free to forward this document – we would be pleased to connect with them.   

To apply:
Please select the 'Apply Now’ button to upload your cover letter and resume by December 17, 2018.

For additional information, please reach out to Cynthia Armour at 416.977.2913 or 1.866.647.5149. We request all applications be submitted online only. For technical issues, please contact info@crawfordconnect.com.

Qualified applicants are invited to submit their resume and letter of interest online only, in confidence. We thank all applicants for applying, however, only qualified candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Apply Now
2 Officers, Community GivingMackenzie Health FoundationGreater Toronto Area, ON12/17/2018117

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Two open spots Officer, Community Giving
(Permanent positions: Greater Toronto Area)

Mackenzie Health
Mackenzie Health is a dynamic regional healthcare provider serving a population of more than a half million people across York Region and beyond. Nationally recognized for its commitment to safety and quality patient care, Mackenzie Health is a healthcare leader with a wide variety of academic partners. Mackenzie Health includes Mackenzie Richmond Hill Hospital, the future Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital, as well as a comprehensive network of community-based services in Richmond Hill, Vaughan and the surrounding communities.

Mackenzie Health's vision is to create a world-class health experience. This means delivering quality, compassionate and timely patient-centered care. It means that everything we do is focused on our patients and community.

Mackenzie Health Foundation
Established in 1977, Mackenzie Health Foundation has raised more than $142 million for capital projects, medical equipment, technology and educational opportunities for Mackenzie Health. With the mission to inspire inspirational gifts, we are proud of our long tradition of partnership with our generous community.

The Exceptional Care Belongs Here campaign
Mackenzie Health Foundation is spearheading the $250-million Exceptional Care Belongs Here campaign – the largest fundraising drive led by a community hospital in Canada – to help build and equip Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital and enhance care at Mackenzie Richmond Hill Hospital.  The campaign will help build an outstanding state-of-the-art hospital and purchase the leading-edge equipment and technology that will attract and inspire best-in-class specialists and health care teams at both its hospitals.  To date, the Foundation has attracted over $113 million towards the campaign.   A lead transformational pledge from Magna International Inc. of $10-million will name the emergency department at Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital, the Magna Emergency. 

The Position:
Reporting to the Director, Community Giving, the two Officers, Community Giving, will help build relationships with members of the community and drive revenue in support of the $250 million Exceptional Care Belongs Here Campaign and beyond. Together with the Community Giving team, the Officer, Community Giving partners with a team of volunteers dedicated to community giving and focuses on employee groups, service clubs, individuals, corporations and foundations at the range of $1,000 to $100,000 through personal solicitation, targeted direct marketing, community events and crowd funding. Develops and promotes engagement and stewardship events that deliver an exceptional donor-centric experience in alignment with operations across the Foundation.

Experience/Skills/Abilities:

  • Minimum of 3-5 years of progressive experience in front-line fundraising, the most recent in major gifts fundraising or relevant experience required. 
  • Minimum of two (2) years relevant experience with a demonstrated track record of achievement in securing major gifts (low 5 figure gifts up to 6 figure gifts) or key accounts management front – facing with donors or clients. Brings experience leading own relationship development.
  • Strong presentation skills and experience presenting to large groups
  • Target donor audience:  community groups, employee groups, service clubs, small/medium business and foundations
  • Experience in the following solicitation methods is an asset:  personal solicitation, direct marketing, community events and crowd funding.
  • Displays an exceptional level of professionalism, knowledge, productivity, and high ethical standards.
  • Excellent communication skills including written, verbal and presentation skills. 
  • Excellent time management skills with an ability to handle several tasks simultaneously and set priorities with a sense of urgency.
  • Strong computer skills with a background in donor/prospect databases (experience with Raiser’s Edge preferred).
  • Strong team player with proven collaboration skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with an ability to interact effectively with individuals across the organization and demonstrates tact. 
  • Able to maintain and work with confidential information. 
  • Prepared to respond to a fast-paced changing environment requiring flexibility and adaptability with respect to working hours.
  • Proven attendance record.
  • Demonstrates understanding and complies with patient and staff safety policies and procedures that foster a safe and inclusive environment for all.
  • Access to a vehicle and a valid Ontario driver’s licence.

Education:

  • University degree /college diploma in relevant field required. 

Assets:

  • Healthcare or not-for-profit experience an asset.
  • Major Gift and capital campaign experience.
  • Experience working with diverse cultures.
  • Second language an asset.

This search is being conducted on behalf of Mackenzie Health Foundation by crawfordconnect, a search firm specializing in recruiting leaders and fundraisers for Canada’s non-profit sector. If someone you know may be interested in this position, please feel free to forward this document – we would be pleased to connect with them.   

To apply:
Please select the 'Apply Now’ button to upload your cover letter and resume by December 17, 2018.

For additional information, please reach out to Cynthia Armour at 416.977.2913 or 1.866.647.5149. We request all applications be submitted online only. For technical issues, please contact info@crawfordconnect.com.

Qualified applicants are invited to submit their resume and letter of interest online only, in confidence.We thank all applicants for applying, however, only qualified candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

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Job ID117
Apply By12/17/2018
Opportunity2 Officers, Community Giving LocationGreater Toronto Area, ON
Posting

 - 117 

Two open spots Officer, Community Giving
(Permanent positions: Greater Toronto Area)

Mackenzie Health
Mackenzie Health is a dynamic regional healthcare provider serving a population of more than a half million people across York Region and beyond. Nationally recognized for its commitment to safety and quality patient care, Mackenzie Health is a healthcare leader with a wide variety of academic partners. Mackenzie Health includes Mackenzie Richmond Hill Hospital, the future Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital, as well as a comprehensive network of community-based services in Richmond Hill, Vaughan and the surrounding communities.

Mackenzie Health's vision is to create a world-class health experience. This means delivering quality, compassionate and timely patient-centered care. It means that everything we do is focused on our patients and community.

Mackenzie Health Foundation
Established in 1977, Mackenzie Health Foundation has raised more than $142 million for capital projects, medical equipment, technology and educational opportunities for Mackenzie Health. With the mission to inspire inspirational gifts, we are proud of our long tradition of partnership with our generous community.

The Exceptional Care Belongs Here campaign
Mackenzie Health Foundation is spearheading the $250-million Exceptional Care Belongs Here campaign – the largest fundraising drive led by a community hospital in Canada – to help build and equip Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital and enhance care at Mackenzie Richmond Hill Hospital.  The campaign will help build an outstanding state-of-the-art hospital and purchase the leading-edge equipment and technology that will attract and inspire best-in-class specialists and health care teams at both its hospitals.  To date, the Foundation has attracted over $113 million towards the campaign.   A lead transformational pledge from Magna International Inc. of $10-million will name the emergency department at Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital, the Magna Emergency. 

The Position:
Reporting to the Director, Community Giving, the two Officers, Community Giving, will help build relationships with members of the community and drive revenue in support of the $250 million Exceptional Care Belongs Here Campaign and beyond. Together with the Community Giving team, the Officer, Community Giving partners with a team of volunteers dedicated to community giving and focuses on employee groups, service clubs, individuals, corporations and foundations at the range of $1,000 to $100,000 through personal solicitation, targeted direct marketing, community events and crowd funding. Develops and promotes engagement and stewardship events that deliver an exceptional donor-centric experience in alignment with operations across the Foundation.

Experience/Skills/Abilities:

  • Minimum of 3-5 years of progressive experience in front-line fundraising, the most recent in major gifts fundraising or relevant experience required. 
  • Minimum of two (2) years relevant experience with a demonstrated track record of achievement in securing major gifts (low 5 figure gifts up to 6 figure gifts) or key accounts management front – facing with donors or clients. Brings experience leading own relationship development.
  • Strong presentation skills and experience presenting to large groups
  • Target donor audience:  community groups, employee groups, service clubs, small/medium business and foundations
  • Experience in the following solicitation methods is an asset:  personal solicitation, direct marketing, community events and crowd funding.
  • Displays an exceptional level of professionalism, knowledge, productivity, and high ethical standards.
  • Excellent communication skills including written, verbal and presentation skills. 
  • Excellent time management skills with an ability to handle several tasks simultaneously and set priorities with a sense of urgency.
  • Strong computer skills with a background in donor/prospect databases (experience with Raiser’s Edge preferred).
  • Strong team player with proven collaboration skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with an ability to interact effectively with individuals across the organization and demonstrates tact. 
  • Able to maintain and work with confidential information. 
  • Prepared to respond to a fast-paced changing environment requiring flexibility and adaptability with respect to working hours.
  • Proven attendance record.
  • Demonstrates understanding and complies with patient and staff safety policies and procedures that foster a safe and inclusive environment for all.
  • Access to a vehicle and a valid Ontario driver’s licence.

Education:

  • University degree /college diploma in relevant field required. 

Assets:

  • Healthcare or not-for-profit experience an asset.
  • Major Gift and capital campaign experience.
  • Experience working with diverse cultures.
  • Second language an asset.

This search is being conducted on behalf of Mackenzie Health Foundation by crawfordconnect, a search firm specializing in recruiting leaders and fundraisers for Canada’s non-profit sector. If someone you know may be interested in this position, please feel free to forward this document – we would be pleased to connect with them.   

To apply:
Please select the 'Apply Now’ button to upload your cover letter and resume by December 17, 2018.

For additional information, please reach out to Cynthia Armour at 416.977.2913 or 1.866.647.5149. We request all applications be submitted online only. For technical issues, please contact info@crawfordconnect.com.

Qualified applicants are invited to submit their resume and letter of interest online only, in confidence.We thank all applicants for applying, however, only qualified candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

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Opportunity2 Officers, Community Giving LocationGreater Toronto Area, ON
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Two open spots Officer, Community Giving
(Permanent positions: Greater Toronto Area)

Mackenzie Health
Mackenzie Health is a dynamic regional healthcare provider serving a population of more than a half million people across York Region and beyond. Nationally recognized for its commitment to safety and quality patient care, Mackenzie Health is a healthcare leader with a wide variety of academic partners. Mackenzie Health includes Mackenzie Richmond Hill Hospital, the future Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital, as well as a comprehensive network of community-based services in Richmond Hill, Vaughan and the surrounding communities.

Mackenzie Health's vision is to create a world-class health experience. This means delivering quality, compassionate and timely patient-centered care. It means that everything we do is focused on our patients and community.

Mackenzie Health Foundation
Established in 1977, Mackenzie Health Foundation has raised more than $142 million for capital projects, medical equipment, technology and educational opportunities for Mackenzie Health. With the mission to inspire inspirational gifts, we are proud of our long tradition of partnership with our generous community.

The Exceptional Care Belongs Here campaign
Mackenzie Health Foundation is spearheading the $250-million Exceptional Care Belongs Here campaign – the largest fundraising drive led by a community hospital in Canada – to help build and equip Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital and enhance care at Mackenzie Richmond Hill Hospital.  The campaign will help build an outstanding state-of-the-art hospital and purchase the leading-edge equipment and technology that will attract and inspire best-in-class specialists and health care teams at both its hospitals.  To date, the Foundation has attracted over $113 million towards the campaign.   A lead transformational pledge from Magna International Inc. of $10-million will name the emergency department at Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital, the Magna Emergency. 

The Position:
Reporting to the Director, Community Giving, the two Officers, Community Giving, will help build relationships with members of the community and drive revenue in support of the $250 million Exceptional Care Belongs Here Campaign and beyond. Together with the Community Giving team, the Officer, Community Giving partners with a team of volunteers dedicated to community giving and focuses on employee groups, service clubs, individuals, corporations and foundations at the range of $1,000 to $100,000 through personal solicitation, targeted direct marketing, community events and crowd funding. Develops and promotes engagement and stewardship events that deliver an exceptional donor-centric experience in alignment with operations across the Foundation.

Experience/Skills/Abilities:

  • Minimum of 3-5 years of progressive experience in front-line fundraising, the most recent in major gifts fundraising or relevant experience required. 
  • Minimum of two (2) years relevant experience with a demonstrated track record of achievement in securing major gifts (low 5 figure gifts up to 6 figure gifts) or key accounts management front – facing with donors or clients. Brings experience leading own relationship development.
  • Strong presentation skills and experience presenting to large groups
  • Target donor audience:  community groups, employee groups, service clubs, small/medium business and foundations
  • Experience in the following solicitation methods is an asset:  personal solicitation, direct marketing, community events and crowd funding.
  • Displays an exceptional level of professionalism, knowledge, productivity, and high ethical standards.
  • Excellent communication skills including written, verbal and presentation skills. 
  • Excellent time management skills with an ability to handle several tasks simultaneously and set priorities with a sense of urgency.
  • Strong computer skills with a background in donor/prospect databases (experience with Raiser’s Edge preferred).
  • Strong team player with proven collaboration skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills with an ability to interact effectively with individuals across the organization and demonstrates tact. 
  • Able to maintain and work with confidential information. 
  • Prepared to respond to a fast-paced changing environment requiring flexibility and adaptability with respect to working hours.
  • Proven attendance record.
  • Demonstrates understanding and complies with patient and staff safety policies and procedures that foster a safe and inclusive environment for all.
  • Access to a vehicle and a valid Ontario driver’s licence.

Education:

  • University degree /college diploma in relevant field required. 

Assets:

  • Healthcare or not-for-profit experience an asset.
  • Major Gift and capital campaign experience.
  • Experience working with diverse cultures.
  • Second language an asset.

This search is being conducted on behalf of Mackenzie Health Foundation by crawfordconnect, a search firm specializing in recruiting leaders and fundraisers for Canada’s non-profit sector. If someone you know may be interested in this position, please feel free to forward this document – we would be pleased to connect with them.   

To apply:
Please select the 'Apply Now’ button to upload your cover letter and resume by December 17, 2018.

For additional information, please reach out to Cynthia Armour at 416.977.2913 or 1.866.647.5149. We request all applications be submitted online only. For technical issues, please contact info@crawfordconnect.com.

Qualified applicants are invited to submit their resume and letter of interest online only, in confidence.We thank all applicants for applying, however, only qualified candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Apply Now
Executive DirectorDr. Jays Children's Grief CentreToronto, ON12/14/2018111

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Executive Director
(Toronto)

The Dr. Jay Children’s Grief Centre is a Toronto-based non-profit organization that provides compassionate care, support and education to grieving children, youth and their families while building strength, resilience and hope. As a new charity, after operating under the Mt. Sinai Hospital Foundation since 2006, DJCGC achieved charitable status in 2015.

Each year in the Greater Toronto Area almost 40,000 children and youth experience the death of a family member. Dr. Jay Children’s Grief Centre offers one-on-one counselling for children, education and modelling for parents and caregivers, support groups and gatherings for families, as well as a remarkable camp experience for bereaved children. A multidisciplinary and collaborative team of clinicians/counsellors, educators, researchers, recreational and administration staff serve a diverse client base that requires prompt and responsive services.

DJCGC also provides education, capacity building and training initiatives to teachers, hospital staff, and other organizations in the community. The Centre provides free counselling services to children and youth who have experienced (or are currently experiencing) a terminal illness and/or death, either personally or in their immediate family. These programs include:

  • Grief & Palliative Care Counselling
  • Family Support Program
  • Youth Support Program
  • Camp Erin Toronto
  • Toronto Research & Evaluation
  • Professional Education & Consultation

The Board of DJCGC is hiring a new Executive Director. 

Reporting to the Board of Directors of Dr. Jay Children’s Grief Centre, the Executive Director (ED) is responsible for leading the organization’s administrative, financial, and management oversight and for carrying out the mission and vision of the Dr. Jay Children’s Grief Centre. The Executive Director provides leadership, direction and management for all the Centre’s activities, operations, staff and volunteers. 

Professional Experience / Qualifications:

  • A visionary and entrepreneurial leader with a minimum of eight (8) years of senior leadership experience in a like-sized non-profit organization
  • Proven track record of raising funds and building a diverse fund development program (including government funding and major gifts)
  • Strong understanding of board governance and direct experience working with a non-profit board
  • An excellent relationship builder who brings high energy
  • A team builder with management experience overseeing direct service teams in a social services organization
  • Strategic; a visionary with solid operational skills
  • Strong business/financial acumen
  • Excellent project management skills
  • Experience in developing quality programs and data-driven program evaluation and reporting

Education:

  • Post-secondary degree in relevant field
  • MBA or equivalent work experience

Assets:

  • Executive Director experience
  • Knowledge of the children’s grief landscape

This search is being conducted on behalf of Dr. Jay Children’s Grief Centre by crawfordconnect, a search firm specializing in recruiting leaders for Canada’s non-profit sector. If someone you know may be interested in this position, please feel free to forward this document – we’d be pleased to connect with them.   

To apply:
By December 14, 2018
, please apply with both your cover letter and resume through our website by clicking the 'Apply Now' button below.

For additional information regarding this job posting please reach out to Licinia Bennett at licinia@crawfordconnect.com or at 416.786.8295. We request all applications to be submitted online only: this includes a cover letter and a resume for all submissions. For technical issues in submitting your application online, please contact info@crawfordconnect.com.

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.

The Dr. Jay Children’s Grief Centre values the rich diversity of Canadian society and of the children, youth and families it serves. They are committed to working from an anti-oppression framework to assist children, youth and families from various cultures, racialized groups, socio-economic backgrounds, sexual orientations and gender identities.

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Job ID111
Apply By12/14/2018
OpportunityExecutive Director LocationToronto, ON
Posting

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Executive Director
(Toronto)

The Dr. Jay Children’s Grief Centre is a Toronto-based non-profit organization that provides compassionate care, support and education to grieving children, youth and their families while building strength, resilience and hope. As a new charity, after operating under the Mt. Sinai Hospital Foundation since 2006, DJCGC achieved charitable status in 2015.

Each year in the Greater Toronto Area almost 40,000 children and youth experience the death of a family member. Dr. Jay Children’s Grief Centre offers one-on-one counselling for children, education and modelling for parents and caregivers, support groups and gatherings for families, as well as a remarkable camp experience for bereaved children. A multidisciplinary and collaborative team of clinicians/counsellors, educators, researchers, recreational and administration staff serve a diverse client base that requires prompt and responsive services.

DJCGC also provides education, capacity building and training initiatives to teachers, hospital staff, and other organizations in the community. The Centre provides free counselling services to children and youth who have experienced (or are currently experiencing) a terminal illness and/or death, either personally or in their immediate family. These programs include:

  • Grief & Palliative Care Counselling
  • Family Support Program
  • Youth Support Program
  • Camp Erin Toronto
  • Toronto Research & Evaluation
  • Professional Education & Consultation

The Board of DJCGC is hiring a new Executive Director. 

Reporting to the Board of Directors of Dr. Jay Children’s Grief Centre, the Executive Director (ED) is responsible for leading the organization’s administrative, financial, and management oversight and for carrying out the mission and vision of the Dr. Jay Children’s Grief Centre. The Executive Director provides leadership, direction and management for all the Centre’s activities, operations, staff and volunteers. 

Professional Experience / Qualifications:

  • A visionary and entrepreneurial leader with a minimum of eight (8) years of senior leadership experience in a like-sized non-profit organization
  • Proven track record of raising funds and building a diverse fund development program (including government funding and major gifts)
  • Strong understanding of board governance and direct experience working with a non-profit board
  • An excellent relationship builder who brings high energy
  • A team builder with management experience overseeing direct service teams in a social services organization
  • Strategic; a visionary with solid operational skills
  • Strong business/financial acumen
  • Excellent project management skills
  • Experience in developing quality programs and data-driven program evaluation and reporting

Education:

  • Post-secondary degree in relevant field
  • MBA or equivalent work experience

Assets:

  • Executive Director experience
  • Knowledge of the children’s grief landscape

This search is being conducted on behalf of Dr. Jay Children’s Grief Centre by crawfordconnect, a search firm specializing in recruiting leaders for Canada’s non-profit sector. If someone you know may be interested in this position, please feel free to forward this document – we’d be pleased to connect with them.   

To apply:
By December 14, 2018
, please apply with both your cover letter and resume through our website by clicking the 'Apply Now' button below.

For additional information regarding this job posting please reach out to Licinia Bennett at licinia@crawfordconnect.com or at 416.786.8295. We request all applications to be submitted online only: this includes a cover letter and a resume for all submissions. For technical issues in submitting your application online, please contact info@crawfordconnect.com.

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.

The Dr. Jay Children’s Grief Centre values the rich diversity of Canadian society and of the children, youth and families it serves. They are committed to working from an anti-oppression framework to assist children, youth and families from various cultures, racialized groups, socio-economic backgrounds, sexual orientations and gender identities.

Apply By12/14/2018
OpportunityExecutive Director LocationToronto, ON
Posting

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Executive Director
(Toronto)

The Dr. Jay Children’s Grief Centre is a Toronto-based non-profit organization that provides compassionate care, support and education to grieving children, youth and their families while building strength, resilience and hope. As a new charity, after operating under the Mt. Sinai Hospital Foundation since 2006, DJCGC achieved charitable status in 2015.

Each year in the Greater Toronto Area almost 40,000 children and youth experience the death of a family member. Dr. Jay Children’s Grief Centre offers one-on-one counselling for children, education and modelling for parents and caregivers, support groups and gatherings for families, as well as a remarkable camp experience for bereaved children. A multidisciplinary and collaborative team of clinicians/counsellors, educators, researchers, recreational and administration staff serve a diverse client base that requires prompt and responsive services.

DJCGC also provides education, capacity building and training initiatives to teachers, hospital staff, and other organizations in the community. The Centre provides free counselling services to children and youth who have experienced (or are currently experiencing) a terminal illness and/or death, either personally or in their immediate family. These programs include:

  • Grief & Palliative Care Counselling
  • Family Support Program
  • Youth Support Program
  • Camp Erin Toronto
  • Toronto Research & Evaluation
  • Professional Education & Consultation

The Board of DJCGC is hiring a new Executive Director. 

Reporting to the Board of Directors of Dr. Jay Children’s Grief Centre, the Executive Director (ED) is responsible for leading the organization’s administrative, financial, and management oversight and for carrying out the mission and vision of the Dr. Jay Children’s Grief Centre. The Executive Director provides leadership, direction and management for all the Centre’s activities, operations, staff and volunteers. 

Professional Experience / Qualifications:

  • A visionary and entrepreneurial leader with a minimum of eight (8) years of senior leadership experience in a like-sized non-profit organization
  • Proven track record of raising funds and building a diverse fund development program (including government funding and major gifts)
  • Strong understanding of board governance and direct experience working with a non-profit board
  • An excellent relationship builder who brings high energy
  • A team builder with management experience overseeing direct service teams in a social services organization
  • Strategic; a visionary with solid operational skills
  • Strong business/financial acumen
  • Excellent project management skills
  • Experience in developing quality programs and data-driven program evaluation and reporting

Education:

  • Post-secondary degree in relevant field
  • MBA or equivalent work experience

Assets:

  • Executive Director experience
  • Knowledge of the children’s grief landscape

This search is being conducted on behalf of Dr. Jay Children’s Grief Centre by crawfordconnect, a search firm specializing in recruiting leaders for Canada’s non-profit sector. If someone you know may be interested in this position, please feel free to forward this document – we’d be pleased to connect with them.   

To apply:
By December 14, 2018
, please apply with both your cover letter and resume through our website by clicking the 'Apply Now' button below.

For additional information regarding this job posting please reach out to Licinia Bennett at licinia@crawfordconnect.com or at 416.786.8295. We request all applications to be submitted online only: this includes a cover letter and a resume for all submissions. For technical issues in submitting your application online, please contact info@crawfordconnect.com.

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.

The Dr. Jay Children’s Grief Centre values the rich diversity of Canadian society and of the children, youth and families it serves. They are committed to working from an anti-oppression framework to assist children, youth and families from various cultures, racialized groups, socio-economic backgrounds, sexual orientations and gender identities.

Apply Now
Manager, Community GivingMackenzie Health FoundationGreater Toronto Area, ON12/10/2018114

 

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Permanent position: Greater Toronto Area

Mackenzie Health

Mackenzie Health is a dynamic regional healthcare provider serving a population of more than a half million people across York Region and beyond. Nationally recognized for its commitment to safety and quality patient care, Mackenzie Health is a healthcare leader with a wide variety of academic partners. Mackenzie Health includes Mackenzie Richmond Hill Hospital, the future Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital, as well as a comprehensive network of community-based services in Richmond Hill, Vaughan and the surrounding communities.

Mackenzie Health's vision is to create a world-class health experience. This means delivering quality, compassionate and timely patient-centered care. It means that everything we do is focused on our patients and community.

Mackenzie Health Foundation

Established in 1977, Mackenzie Health Foundation has raised more than $125 million for capital projects, medical equipment, technology and educational opportunities for Mackenzie Health. With the mission to inspire inspirational gifts, we are proud of our long tradition of partnership with our generous community.

The Exceptional Care Belongs Here campaign

Mackenzie Health Foundation is spearheading the $250-million Exceptional Care Belongs Here campaign – the largest fundraising drive led by a community hospital in Canada – to help build and equip Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital and enhance care at Mackenzie Richmond Hill Hospital.  The campaign will help build an outstanding state-of-the-art hospital and purchase the leading-edge equipment and technology that will attract and inspire best-in-class specialists and health care teams at both its hospitals.  To date, the Foundation has attracted over $113 million towards the campaign.   A lead transformational pledge from Magna International Inc. of $10-million will name the emergency department at Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital, the Magna Emergency. 

The Position:

Reporting to the Director, Community Giving, the Manager, Community Giving helps drive revenue generation for the community engagement strategy for the $250 million Exceptional Care Belongs Here campaign and beyond. The Manager is supported by and will provide leadership and coaching to a future team of Community Giving staff. Guided by data analytics, the Manager plays a critical role in executing fundraising and engagement strategies with diverse citizens, community groups, foundations, schools, small/medium size businesses and employees of York Region and beyond in supporting Mackenzie Health. Together with the Community Giving team, the Manager partners with a team of volunteers dedicated to community giving and focuses on prospects and organizations at the range of $1,000 to $100,000 through personal solicitation, direct marketing, community events and crowd funding. The Manager with the support of the future Community Giving team develops and promotes engagement and stewardship events that deliver an exceptional donor-centric experience in alignment with operations across the Foundation

Experience/Skills/Abilities:

  • 7+ years of fundraising experience in a managerial role leading the development and execution of community activities and partnerships.
  • Progressive management experience with the ability to effectively mentor, coach and develop a team. 
  • A strong relationship builder who uses effective communications to establish trusting relationships with key stakeholder groups.
  • Experience working with fundraising volunteers and diverse cultures.
  • Demonstrated track record in closing mid-level gifts (1,000 - $100,000).
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills.
  • Strong writing skills with the ability to tailor messages to a variety of audiences.
  • Excellent interpersonal and relationship management skills.
  • Understands how to utilize and apply data analytics.
  • Computer proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint), Raisers Edge (or equivalent)
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced changing environment requiring flexibility and adaptability with respect to working hours such as evenings and weekend hours
  • Commitment to providing an exceptional experience for staff and clients within a challenging and exciting health care environment.
  • Has a valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle

Competencies

  • Achieving Results Through Collaboration: Solicits Input and Shares with Others
  • Achieving Results Through Impact and Influence: Calculates Impact of Actions or Words
  • Achieving Results Through Organizational Awareness: Understands Climate and Culture
  • Achieving Results Through Planning, Coordination and Execution: Coordinates Activities Involving Others Within One’s Team
  • Achieving Results Through Service and Quality Orientation: Monitors and Improves Quality, Safety and Service
  • Leading Effectively by Developing Others: Coaches Others and Provides Advice Relative to Competency Acquisition
  • Leading Effectively by Holding Self and Others Accountable: Gives Corrective Feedback
  • Leading Effectively Through Visionary Leadership: Empowers the Team to Contribute
  • Thinking Critically Using Business Acumen: Demonstrates a Business Orientation
  • Thinking Critically Using Strategic Orientation: Understands and Aligns Current Actions with Strategic Goals
  • Personal Effectiveness Through Interpersonal Sensitivity: Makes Insightful Assessments
  • Personal Effectiveness Through Leadership Presence: Demonstrates Personal Courage

Education:

  • University degree or college diploma in fundraising or related field

Assets:

  • Healthcare foundation experience
  • Campaign experience
  • Experience working with data analytics.

This search is being conducted on behalf of Mackenzie Health Foundation by crawfordconnect, a search firm specializing in recruiting leaders and fundraisers for Canada’s non-profit sector. If someone you know may be interested in this position, please feel free to forward this document – we would be pleased to connect with them.   

To apply:
Please select the 'Apply Now’ button to upload your cover letter and resume by December 10, 2018.

For additional information, please reach out to Clare McDowall Levy at 416.977.2913. We request all applications be submitted online only. For technical issues, please contact info@crawfordconnect.com.

Qualified applicants are invited to submit their resume and letter of interest online only, in confidence. We thank all applicants for applying, however, only qualified candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

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Job ID114
Apply By12/10/2018
OpportunityManager, Community Giving LocationGreater Toronto Area, ON
Posting

 

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Permanent position: Greater Toronto Area

Mackenzie Health

Mackenzie Health is a dynamic regional healthcare provider serving a population of more than a half million people across York Region and beyond. Nationally recognized for its commitment to safety and quality patient care, Mackenzie Health is a healthcare leader with a wide variety of academic partners. Mackenzie Health includes Mackenzie Richmond Hill Hospital, the future Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital, as well as a comprehensive network of community-based services in Richmond Hill, Vaughan and the surrounding communities.

Mackenzie Health's vision is to create a world-class health experience. This means delivering quality, compassionate and timely patient-centered care. It means that everything we do is focused on our patients and community.

Mackenzie Health Foundation

Established in 1977, Mackenzie Health Foundation has raised more than $125 million for capital projects, medical equipment, technology and educational opportunities for Mackenzie Health. With the mission to inspire inspirational gifts, we are proud of our long tradition of partnership with our generous community.

The Exceptional Care Belongs Here campaign

Mackenzie Health Foundation is spearheading the $250-million Exceptional Care Belongs Here campaign – the largest fundraising drive led by a community hospital in Canada – to help build and equip Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital and enhance care at Mackenzie Richmond Hill Hospital.  The campaign will help build an outstanding state-of-the-art hospital and purchase the leading-edge equipment and technology that will attract and inspire best-in-class specialists and health care teams at both its hospitals.  To date, the Foundation has attracted over $113 million towards the campaign.   A lead transformational pledge from Magna International Inc. of $10-million will name the emergency department at Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital, the Magna Emergency. 

The Position:

Reporting to the Director, Community Giving, the Manager, Community Giving helps drive revenue generation for the community engagement strategy for the $250 million Exceptional Care Belongs Here campaign and beyond. The Manager is supported by and will provide leadership and coaching to a future team of Community Giving staff. Guided by data analytics, the Manager plays a critical role in executing fundraising and engagement strategies with diverse citizens, community groups, foundations, schools, small/medium size businesses and employees of York Region and beyond in supporting Mackenzie Health. Together with the Community Giving team, the Manager partners with a team of volunteers dedicated to community giving and focuses on prospects and organizations at the range of $1,000 to $100,000 through personal solicitation, direct marketing, community events and crowd funding. The Manager with the support of the future Community Giving team develops and promotes engagement and stewardship events that deliver an exceptional donor-centric experience in alignment with operations across the Foundation

Experience/Skills/Abilities:

  • 7+ years of fundraising experience in a managerial role leading the development and execution of community activities and partnerships.
  • Progressive management experience with the ability to effectively mentor, coach and develop a team. 
  • A strong relationship builder who uses effective communications to establish trusting relationships with key stakeholder groups.
  • Experience working with fundraising volunteers and diverse cultures.
  • Demonstrated track record in closing mid-level gifts (1,000 - $100,000).
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills.
  • Strong writing skills with the ability to tailor messages to a variety of audiences.
  • Excellent interpersonal and relationship management skills.
  • Understands how to utilize and apply data analytics.
  • Computer proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint), Raisers Edge (or equivalent)
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced changing environment requiring flexibility and adaptability with respect to working hours such as evenings and weekend hours
  • Commitment to providing an exceptional experience for staff and clients within a challenging and exciting health care environment.
  • Has a valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle

Competencies

  • Achieving Results Through Collaboration: Solicits Input and Shares with Others
  • Achieving Results Through Impact and Influence: Calculates Impact of Actions or Words
  • Achieving Results Through Organizational Awareness: Understands Climate and Culture
  • Achieving Results Through Planning, Coordination and Execution: Coordinates Activities Involving Others Within One’s Team
  • Achieving Results Through Service and Quality Orientation: Monitors and Improves Quality, Safety and Service
  • Leading Effectively by Developing Others: Coaches Others and Provides Advice Relative to Competency Acquisition
  • Leading Effectively by Holding Self and Others Accountable: Gives Corrective Feedback
  • Leading Effectively Through Visionary Leadership: Empowers the Team to Contribute
  • Thinking Critically Using Business Acumen: Demonstrates a Business Orientation
  • Thinking Critically Using Strategic Orientation: Understands and Aligns Current Actions with Strategic Goals
  • Personal Effectiveness Through Interpersonal Sensitivity: Makes Insightful Assessments
  • Personal Effectiveness Through Leadership Presence: Demonstrates Personal Courage

Education:

  • University degree or college diploma in fundraising or related field

Assets:

  • Healthcare foundation experience
  • Campaign experience
  • Experience working with data analytics.

This search is being conducted on behalf of Mackenzie Health Foundation by crawfordconnect, a search firm specializing in recruiting leaders and fundraisers for Canada’s non-profit sector. If someone you know may be interested in this position, please feel free to forward this document – we would be pleased to connect with them.   

To apply:
Please select the 'Apply Now’ button to upload your cover letter and resume by December 10, 2018.

For additional information, please reach out to Clare McDowall Levy at 416.977.2913. We request all applications be submitted online only. For technical issues, please contact info@crawfordconnect.com.

Qualified applicants are invited to submit their resume and letter of interest online only, in confidence. We thank all applicants for applying, however, only qualified candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Apply By12/10/2018
OpportunityManager, Community Giving LocationGreater Toronto Area, ON
Posting

 

 - 114

Permanent position: Greater Toronto Area

Mackenzie Health

Mackenzie Health is a dynamic regional healthcare provider serving a population of more than a half million people across York Region and beyond. Nationally recognized for its commitment to safety and quality patient care, Mackenzie Health is a healthcare leader with a wide variety of academic partners. Mackenzie Health includes Mackenzie Richmond Hill Hospital, the future Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital, as well as a comprehensive network of community-based services in Richmond Hill, Vaughan and the surrounding communities.

Mackenzie Health's vision is to create a world-class health experience. This means delivering quality, compassionate and timely patient-centered care. It means that everything we do is focused on our patients and community.

Mackenzie Health Foundation

Established in 1977, Mackenzie Health Foundation has raised more than $125 million for capital projects, medical equipment, technology and educational opportunities for Mackenzie Health. With the mission to inspire inspirational gifts, we are proud of our long tradition of partnership with our generous community.

The Exceptional Care Belongs Here campaign

Mackenzie Health Foundation is spearheading the $250-million Exceptional Care Belongs Here campaign – the largest fundraising drive led by a community hospital in Canada – to help build and equip Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital and enhance care at Mackenzie Richmond Hill Hospital.  The campaign will help build an outstanding state-of-the-art hospital and purchase the leading-edge equipment and technology that will attract and inspire best-in-class specialists and health care teams at both its hospitals.  To date, the Foundation has attracted over $113 million towards the campaign.   A lead transformational pledge from Magna International Inc. of $10-million will name the emergency department at Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital, the Magna Emergency. 

The Position:

Reporting to the Director, Community Giving, the Manager, Community Giving helps drive revenue generation for the community engagement strategy for the $250 million Exceptional Care Belongs Here campaign and beyond. The Manager is supported by and will provide leadership and coaching to a future team of Community Giving staff. Guided by data analytics, the Manager plays a critical role in executing fundraising and engagement strategies with diverse citizens, community groups, foundations, schools, small/medium size businesses and employees of York Region and beyond in supporting Mackenzie Health. Together with the Community Giving team, the Manager partners with a team of volunteers dedicated to community giving and focuses on prospects and organizations at the range of $1,000 to $100,000 through personal solicitation, direct marketing, community events and crowd funding. The Manager with the support of the future Community Giving team develops and promotes engagement and stewardship events that deliver an exceptional donor-centric experience in alignment with operations across the Foundation

Experience/Skills/Abilities:

  • 7+ years of fundraising experience in a managerial role leading the development and execution of community activities and partnerships.
  • Progressive management experience with the ability to effectively mentor, coach and develop a team. 
  • A strong relationship builder who uses effective communications to establish trusting relationships with key stakeholder groups.
  • Experience working with fundraising volunteers and diverse cultures.
  • Demonstrated track record in closing mid-level gifts (1,000 - $100,000).
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills.
  • Strong writing skills with the ability to tailor messages to a variety of audiences.
  • Excellent interpersonal and relationship management skills.
  • Understands how to utilize and apply data analytics.
  • Computer proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint), Raisers Edge (or equivalent)
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced changing environment requiring flexibility and adaptability with respect to working hours such as evenings and weekend hours
  • Commitment to providing an exceptional experience for staff and clients within a challenging and exciting health care environment.
  • Has a valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle

Competencies

  • Achieving Results Through Collaboration: Solicits Input and Shares with Others
  • Achieving Results Through Impact and Influence: Calculates Impact of Actions or Words
  • Achieving Results Through Organizational Awareness: Understands Climate and Culture
  • Achieving Results Through Planning, Coordination and Execution: Coordinates Activities Involving Others Within One’s Team
  • Achieving Results Through Service and Quality Orientation: Monitors and Improves Quality, Safety and Service
  • Leading Effectively by Developing Others: Coaches Others and Provides Advice Relative to Competency Acquisition
  • Leading Effectively by Holding Self and Others Accountable: Gives Corrective Feedback
  • Leading Effectively Through Visionary Leadership: Empowers the Team to Contribute
  • Thinking Critically Using Business Acumen: Demonstrates a Business Orientation
  • Thinking Critically Using Strategic Orientation: Understands and Aligns Current Actions with Strategic Goals
  • Personal Effectiveness Through Interpersonal Sensitivity: Makes Insightful Assessments
  • Personal Effectiveness Through Leadership Presence: Demonstrates Personal Courage

Education:

  • University degree or college diploma in fundraising or related field

Assets:

  • Healthcare foundation experience
  • Campaign experience
  • Experience working with data analytics.

This search is being conducted on behalf of Mackenzie Health Foundation by crawfordconnect, a search firm specializing in recruiting leaders and fundraisers for Canada’s non-profit sector. If someone you know may be interested in this position, please feel free to forward this document – we would be pleased to connect with them.   

To apply:
Please select the 'Apply Now’ button to upload your cover letter and resume by December 10, 2018.

For additional information, please reach out to Clare McDowall Levy at 416.977.2913. We request all applications be submitted online only. For technical issues, please contact info@crawfordconnect.com.

Qualified applicants are invited to submit their resume and letter of interest online only, in confidence. We thank all applicants for applying, however, only qualified candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Apply Now
Director of Fundraising and Donor RelationsIndwellHamilton, ON11/28/2018113

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Location: Hamilton, Ontario

Indwell is a Christian charity creating affordable housing communities to support people seeking health, wellness, and belonging. Indwell offers a continuum of housing supports and services within the different communities it serves including Hamilton, Woodstock and Simcoe, and growing into new communities including projects already underway in Mississauga and London.  

Founded 44 years ago, Indwell is now the fastest growing affordable housing provider in Ontario.  It has expanded to provide housing supports and services to more than over 500 people. Indwell’s housing supports range from residential care facilities to clinical supports for mental health and addictions, and independent apartments with supports. Indwell’s innovative approach to creating sustainable solutions to homelessness has made it Canada’s largest developer of multi-residential of Passive Design Housing.

Indwell exists to provide hope and homes for all. Its supports and services are open to people from every creed, race, ethnicity, sex, ability, sexual orientation, and gender identity. Indwell engages with diverse communities: we actively identify and remove barriers that prevent people from accessing and participating in our services.

Indwell is embarking on a process of strategically growing its fundraising and donor development activities, and its fundraising team, and is looking to hire an experienced fundraising professional to develop the fundraising strategy, giving programs and to build a fundraising team to meet its strategic vision of transformed lives across Ontario.

The Position
Reporting to the Executive Director, and in collaboration with a fundraising team, the Director of Fundraising and Donor Relations will lead the development of Indwell’s fundraising strategy and activities. Responsible for developing a strategic fundraising plan with senior management and recruiting a fundraising team, the Director of Fundraising and Donor Relations will lead the effort to implement the infrastructure necessary for a successful fund development program. As the leader of the fundraising team, the Director will develop and implement a comprehensive fundraising program with a focus on major gifts.

Qualifications

  • Commitment to Indwell’s mission, vision and faith statement.
  • A minimum of 7 years of experience in major gift fundraising and a proven track record soliciting and closing gifts of $25,000 plus
  • Experience working on capital campaigns
  • Experience working in fundraising organizations; clear understanding of how to build a robust fund development program
  • Good interpersonal skills and the well-honed ability to interact meaningfully with senior leaders
  • Strong relationship builder
  • Experience with databases and donor software for the support of a charitable organization
  • A valid driver’s license and ability to travel in regions where Indwell operates
  • Able to work in Hamilton
  • Preference for working in small fundraising shops
  • A Bachelor’s degree or community college diploma
  • Flexible and able to respond to changing priorities and deadlines.
  • Creative, with an entrepreneurial spirit
  • Confident & strong on emotional intelligence
  • Collaborative and a multi-tasker
  • A helpful nature; respective of all stakeholders regardless of position. Brings grace and humility and is a strong team player.
  • CFRE designation or related professional certification (an asset)
  • Experience fundraising in the social service/ homelessness/ mental health care sector (an asset)
  • Experience working with faith communities (an asset)

This search is being conducted on behalf of Indwell by crawfordconnect, a search firm specializing in recruiting non-profit & charitable professionals for Canada’s non-profit sector. If someone you know may be interested in this position, please feel free to forward this document – we would be pleased to connect with them.

To submit your resume, please select the 'Apply' button to upload your resume and cover letter by November 28, 2018.

Questions about the position?  Please reach out to Gina Eisler at gina@crawfordconnect.com.
Issues with applying?  Please call 1.866. 647.5149 or email info@crawfordconnect.com.

Qualified applicants are invited to submit their resume and letter of interest online only, in confidence. We thank all applicants for applying, however, only qualified candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

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Job ID113
Apply By11/28/2018
OpportunityDirector of Fundraising and Donor Relations LocationHamilton, ON
Posting

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Location: Hamilton, Ontario

Indwell is a Christian charity creating affordable housing communities to support people seeking health, wellness, and belonging. Indwell offers a continuum of housing supports and services within the different communities it serves including Hamilton, Woodstock and Simcoe, and growing into new communities including projects already underway in Mississauga and London.  

Founded 44 years ago, Indwell is now the fastest growing affordable housing provider in Ontario.  It has expanded to provide housing supports and services to more than over 500 people. Indwell’s housing supports range from residential care facilities to clinical supports for mental health and addictions, and independent apartments with supports. Indwell’s innovative approach to creating sustainable solutions to homelessness has made it Canada’s largest developer of multi-residential of Passive Design Housing.

Indwell exists to provide hope and homes for all. Its supports and services are open to people from every creed, race, ethnicity, sex, ability, sexual orientation, and gender identity. Indwell engages with diverse communities: we actively identify and remove barriers that prevent people from accessing and participating in our services.

Indwell is embarking on a process of strategically growing its fundraising and donor development activities, and its fundraising team, and is looking to hire an experienced fundraising professional to develop the fundraising strategy, giving programs and to build a fundraising team to meet its strategic vision of transformed lives across Ontario.

The Position
Reporting to the Executive Director, and in collaboration with a fundraising team, the Director of Fundraising and Donor Relations will lead the development of Indwell’s fundraising strategy and activities. Responsible for developing a strategic fundraising plan with senior management and recruiting a fundraising team, the Director of Fundraising and Donor Relations will lead the effort to implement the infrastructure necessary for a successful fund development program. As the leader of the fundraising team, the Director will develop and implement a comprehensive fundraising program with a focus on major gifts.

Qualifications

  • Commitment to Indwell’s mission, vision and faith statement.
  • A minimum of 7 years of experience in major gift fundraising and a proven track record soliciting and closing gifts of $25,000 plus
  • Experience working on capital campaigns
  • Experience working in fundraising organizations; clear understanding of how to build a robust fund development program
  • Good interpersonal skills and the well-honed ability to interact meaningfully with senior leaders
  • Strong relationship builder
  • Experience with databases and donor software for the support of a charitable organization
  • A valid driver’s license and ability to travel in regions where Indwell operates
  • Able to work in Hamilton
  • Preference for working in small fundraising shops
  • A Bachelor’s degree or community college diploma
  • Flexible and able to respond to changing priorities and deadlines.
  • Creative, with an entrepreneurial spirit
  • Confident & strong on emotional intelligence
  • Collaborative and a multi-tasker
  • A helpful nature; respective of all stakeholders regardless of position. Brings grace and humility and is a strong team player.
  • CFRE designation or related professional certification (an asset)
  • Experience fundraising in the social service/ homelessness/ mental health care sector (an asset)
  • Experience working with faith communities (an asset)

This search is being conducted on behalf of Indwell by crawfordconnect, a search firm specializing in recruiting non-profit & charitable professionals for Canada’s non-profit sector. If someone you know may be interested in this position, please feel free to forward this document – we would be pleased to connect with them.

To submit your resume, please select the 'Apply' button to upload your resume and cover letter by November 28, 2018.

Questions about the position?  Please reach out to Gina Eisler at gina@crawfordconnect.com.
Issues with applying?  Please call 1.866. 647.5149 or email info@crawfordconnect.com.

Qualified applicants are invited to submit their resume and letter of interest online only, in confidence. We thank all applicants for applying, however, only qualified candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Apply By11/28/2018
OpportunityDirector of Fundraising and Donor Relations LocationHamilton, ON
Posting

 - 113

Location: Hamilton, Ontario

Indwell is a Christian charity creating affordable housing communities to support people seeking health, wellness, and belonging. Indwell offers a continuum of housing supports and services within the different communities it serves including Hamilton, Woodstock and Simcoe, and growing into new communities including projects already underway in Mississauga and London.  

Founded 44 years ago, Indwell is now the fastest growing affordable housing provider in Ontario.  It has expanded to provide housing supports and services to more than over 500 people. Indwell’s housing supports range from residential care facilities to clinical supports for mental health and addictions, and independent apartments with supports. Indwell’s innovative approach to creating sustainable solutions to homelessness has made it Canada’s largest developer of multi-residential of Passive Design Housing.

Indwell exists to provide hope and homes for all. Its supports and services are open to people from every creed, race, ethnicity, sex, ability, sexual orientation, and gender identity. Indwell engages with diverse communities: we actively identify and remove barriers that prevent people from accessing and participating in our services.

Indwell is embarking on a process of strategically growing its fundraising and donor development activities, and its fundraising team, and is looking to hire an experienced fundraising professional to develop the fundraising strategy, giving programs and to build a fundraising team to meet its strategic vision of transformed lives across Ontario.

The Position
Reporting to the Executive Director, and in collaboration with a fundraising team, the Director of Fundraising and Donor Relations will lead the development of Indwell’s fundraising strategy and activities. Responsible for developing a strategic fundraising plan with senior management and recruiting a fundraising team, the Director of Fundraising and Donor Relations will lead the effort to implement the infrastructure necessary for a successful fund development program. As the leader of the fundraising team, the Director will develop and implement a comprehensive fundraising program with a focus on major gifts.

Qualifications

  • Commitment to Indwell’s mission, vision and faith statement.
  • A minimum of 7 years of experience in major gift fundraising and a proven track record soliciting and closing gifts of $25,000 plus
  • Experience working on capital campaigns
  • Experience working in fundraising organizations; clear understanding of how to build a robust fund development program
  • Good interpersonal skills and the well-honed ability to interact meaningfully with senior leaders
  • Strong relationship builder
  • Experience with databases and donor software for the support of a charitable organization
  • A valid driver’s license and ability to travel in regions where Indwell operates
  • Able to work in Hamilton
  • Preference for working in small fundraising shops
  • A Bachelor’s degree or community college diploma
  • Flexible and able to respond to changing priorities and deadlines.
  • Creative, with an entrepreneurial spirit
  • Confident & strong on emotional intelligence
  • Collaborative and a multi-tasker
  • A helpful nature; respective of all stakeholders regardless of position. Brings grace and humility and is a strong team player.
  • CFRE designation or related professional certification (an asset)
  • Experience fundraising in the social service/ homelessness/ mental health care sector (an asset)
  • Experience working with faith communities (an asset)

This search is being conducted on behalf of Indwell by crawfordconnect, a search firm specializing in recruiting non-profit & charitable professionals for Canada’s non-profit sector. If someone you know may be interested in this position, please feel free to forward this document – we would be pleased to connect with them.

To submit your resume, please select the 'Apply' button to upload your resume and cover letter by November 28, 2018.

Questions about the position?  Please reach out to Gina Eisler at gina@crawfordconnect.com.
Issues with applying?  Please call 1.866. 647.5149 or email info@crawfordconnect.com.

Qualified applicants are invited to submit their resume and letter of interest online only, in confidence. We thank all applicants for applying, however, only qualified candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Apply Now
Foundation AdministratorThe Sprott FoundationToronto, ON11/05/2018112

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Foundation Administrator (PT)
(New Downtown Toronto Location)

The Sprott Foundation is a Canadian private foundation that provides humanitarian aid for urgent human need, homelessness and hunger.  Established in 1988, the Foundation supports initiatives that enable self-sufficiency and dignity for those in need. Its interests include:

  • Hunger
  • Homelessness
  • Social & Human Services
  • A strong interest supporting indigenous populations

Reporting to a Director of the Board, the Foundation Administrator manages the Foundation’s day to day operations and represents the Foundation to grantees and grant seekers.   This part-time position (3 days per week), will work to maintain this already established foundation.

Professional Experience / Qualifications:

  • A mature non-profit professional with a minimum of 8 – 10 years of management experience in grants management or in the non-profit sector
  • Experience with governance and boards of directors as well as strong volunteer management
  • An ability to build relationships with people, and sustain existing relationships with Grantees, on a variety of levels and in different types of organizations
  • Strong public speaker
  • Exceptional organizational skills
  • Demonstrated ability to professionally represent the Foundation in meetings with Grantees
  • Strong financial acumen with the ability to assess grant seekers’ needs and assess their financial statements
  • Knowledge and understanding of Family foundations
  • Exceptional verbal, written communication skills; proven ability to effectively and passionately communicate with a wide variety of audiences in a variety of settings
  • Ability to attend relevant evening or weekend events or travel on behalf of the Foundation
  • Familiar with Microsoft Office to be able to generate reports and charts and respond to Grantees’ emails

Education:

  • University degree in Business Administration or Commerce, or, a suitable combination of related experience and education in the non-profit or philanthropic sector

Assets:

  • Knowledge of key issues and trends that impact Family foundations
  • CFRE or related certification
  • A strong interest in First Nation’s issues or, a willingness to learn and incorporate these issues into the Foundation’s grant program

This search is being conducted on behalf of The Sprott Foundation by crawfordconnect, a search firm specializing in recruiting leaders for Canada’s non-profit sector. If someone you know may be interested in this position, please feel free to forward this document – we’d be pleased to connect with them.   

To apply:
By November 5, 2018, please apply with both your cover letter and resume by clicking the "Apply Now" button.

For additional information regarding this job posting please reach out to Clare McDowall at clare@crawfordconnect.com or at 416.977.2913.
We request all applications to be submitted online only: this includes a cover letter and a resume for all submissions.
For technical issues in submitting your application online, please contact info@crawfordconnect.com.

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.

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Job ID112
Apply By11/05/2018
OpportunityFoundation Administrator LocationToronto, ON
Posting

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Foundation Administrator (PT)
(New Downtown Toronto Location)

The Sprott Foundation is a Canadian private foundation that provides humanitarian aid for urgent human need, homelessness and hunger.  Established in 1988, the Foundation supports initiatives that enable self-sufficiency and dignity for those in need. Its interests include:

  • Hunger
  • Homelessness
  • Social & Human Services
  • A strong interest supporting indigenous populations

Reporting to a Director of the Board, the Foundation Administrator manages the Foundation’s day to day operations and represents the Foundation to grantees and grant seekers.   This part-time position (3 days per week), will work to maintain this already established foundation.

Professional Experience / Qualifications:

  • A mature non-profit professional with a minimum of 8 – 10 years of management experience in grants management or in the non-profit sector
  • Experience with governance and boards of directors as well as strong volunteer management
  • An ability to build relationships with people, and sustain existing relationships with Grantees, on a variety of levels and in different types of organizations
  • Strong public speaker
  • Exceptional organizational skills
  • Demonstrated ability to professionally represent the Foundation in meetings with Grantees
  • Strong financial acumen with the ability to assess grant seekers’ needs and assess their financial statements
  • Knowledge and understanding of Family foundations
  • Exceptional verbal, written communication skills; proven ability to effectively and passionately communicate with a wide variety of audiences in a variety of settings
  • Ability to attend relevant evening or weekend events or travel on behalf of the Foundation
  • Familiar with Microsoft Office to be able to generate reports and charts and respond to Grantees’ emails

Education:

  • University degree in Business Administration or Commerce, or, a suitable combination of related experience and education in the non-profit or philanthropic sector

Assets:

  • Knowledge of key issues and trends that impact Family foundations
  • CFRE or related certification
  • A strong interest in First Nation’s issues or, a willingness to learn and incorporate these issues into the Foundation’s grant program

This search is being conducted on behalf of The Sprott Foundation by crawfordconnect, a search firm specializing in recruiting leaders for Canada’s non-profit sector. If someone you know may be interested in this position, please feel free to forward this document – we’d be pleased to connect with them.   

To apply:
By November 5, 2018, please apply with both your cover letter and resume by clicking the "Apply Now" button.

For additional information regarding this job posting please reach out to Clare McDowall at clare@crawfordconnect.com or at 416.977.2913.
We request all applications to be submitted online only: this includes a cover letter and a resume for all submissions.
For technical issues in submitting your application online, please contact info@crawfordconnect.com.

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.

Apply By11/05/2018
OpportunityFoundation Administrator LocationToronto, ON
Posting

  - 112

Foundation Administrator (PT)
(New Downtown Toronto Location)

The Sprott Foundation is a Canadian private foundation that provides humanitarian aid for urgent human need, homelessness and hunger.  Established in 1988, the Foundation supports initiatives that enable self-sufficiency and dignity for those in need. Its interests include:

  • Hunger
  • Homelessness
  • Social & Human Services
  • A strong interest supporting indigenous populations

Reporting to a Director of the Board, the Foundation Administrator manages the Foundation’s day to day operations and represents the Foundation to grantees and grant seekers.   This part-time position (3 days per week), will work to maintain this already established foundation.

Professional Experience / Qualifications:

  • A mature non-profit professional with a minimum of 8 – 10 years of management experience in grants management or in the non-profit sector
  • Experience with governance and boards of directors as well as strong volunteer management
  • An ability to build relationships with people, and sustain existing relationships with Grantees, on a variety of levels and in different types of organizations
  • Strong public speaker
  • Exceptional organizational skills
  • Demonstrated ability to professionally represent the Foundation in meetings with Grantees
  • Strong financial acumen with the ability to assess grant seekers’ needs and assess their financial statements
  • Knowledge and understanding of Family foundations
  • Exceptional verbal, written communication skills; proven ability to effectively and passionately communicate with a wide variety of audiences in a variety of settings
  • Ability to attend relevant evening or weekend events or travel on behalf of the Foundation
  • Familiar with Microsoft Office to be able to generate reports and charts and respond to Grantees’ emails

Education:

  • University degree in Business Administration or Commerce, or, a suitable combination of related experience and education in the non-profit or philanthropic sector

Assets:

  • Knowledge of key issues and trends that impact Family foundations
  • CFRE or related certification
  • A strong interest in First Nation’s issues or, a willingness to learn and incorporate these issues into the Foundation’s grant program

This search is being conducted on behalf of The Sprott Foundation by crawfordconnect, a search firm specializing in recruiting leaders for Canada’s non-profit sector. If someone you know may be interested in this position, please feel free to forward this document – we’d be pleased to connect with them.   

To apply:
By November 5, 2018, please apply with both your cover letter and resume by clicking the "Apply Now" button.

For additional information regarding this job posting please reach out to Clare McDowall at clare@crawfordconnect.com or at 416.977.2913.
We request all applications to be submitted online only: this includes a cover letter and a resume for all submissions.
For technical issues in submitting your application online, please contact info@crawfordconnect.com.

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.

Apply Now
Senior Manager, Campaign OperationsMackenzie Health FoundationRichmond Hill, ON10/21/2018098

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Senior Manager, Campaign Operations
(Richmond Hill / Vaughan / Greater Toronto Area) 

Mackenzie Health

Mackenzie Health is a dynamic regional healthcare provider serving a population of more than a half million people across York Region and beyond. Nationally recognized for its commitment to safety and quality patient care, Mackenzie Health is a healthcare leader with a wide variety of academic partners. Mackenzie Health includes Mackenzie Richmond Hill Hospital, the future Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital, as well as a comprehensive network of community-based services in Richmond Hill, Vaughan and the surrounding communities.

Mackenzie Health's vision is to create a world-class health experience. This means delivering quality, compassionate and timely patient-centered care. It means that everything we do is focused on our patients and community.

Mackenzie Health Foundation

Established in 1977, Mackenzie Health Foundation has raised more than $125 million for capital projects, medical equipment, technology and educational opportunities for Mackenzie Health. With the mission to inspire inspirational gifts, we are proud of our long tradition of partnership with our generous community.

The Exceptional Care Belongs Here campaign

Mackenzie Health Foundation is spearheading the $250-million Exceptional Care Belongs Here campaign – the largest fundraising drive led by a community hospital in Canada – to help build and equip Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital and enhance care at Mackenzie Richmond Hill Hospital.  The campaign will help build an outstanding state-of-the-art hospital and purchase the leading-edge equipment and technology that will attract and inspire best-in-class specialists and health care teams at both its hospitals.  To date, the Foundation has attracted over $80 million towards the campaign.   A lead transformational pledge from Magna International Inc. of $10-million will name the emergency department at Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital, the Magna Emergency. 

Senior Manager, Campaign Operations:

Reporting to the Director, Philanthropy & Campaigns, the Senior Manager, Campaign Operations will ensure effective processes and services in support of day-to-day campaign operations. The successful candidate will play a critical role in establishing and leading the internal work and support the deliverables, projects and processes that respond to the needs of the major gifts and foundation teams to drive revenue generation. This includes ensuring accuracy of the donor database and reports, guiding and supporting analytics work, prospect research and communication. The Senior Manager, Campaign Operations will develop and manage a team of operational staff and oversee their workload to advance supports for the Exceptional Care Belongs Here campaign and beyond.

Experience/Skills/Abilities:

  • Demonstrated track record of strong project management and time management skills
  • Minimum of 5 – 7 years of progressive experience in a managerial role; exceptional leadership skills and coaching ability to bring optimal results
  • Experience advancing back-office services and supports to achieve results
  • Working knowledge of analytics and metrics with an ability to effectively anticipate and respond to database information and reporting needs
  • Strong skills in financial management including budgeting, reporting and monitoring
  • Strong customer service and results orientation in response to support and service needs
  • System thinking with a view of continuous quality improvement and responsiveness to feedback
  • Flexible and adaptable to changing priorities and needs
  • Proficient user of Raiser’s Edge, Sales Force or a CRM -- ability to learn new software quickly
  • Strong writing skills and the ability to communicate clearly and effectively to a variety of audiences
  • Exceptional attention to detail and quality control of deliverables
  • Proactive, takes initiative and works effectively in a fast-paced collaborative environment
  • Effectively uses empathy in interactions with others

Qualifications:

  • A proven track record of related experience in the context of a multi-year comprehensive campaign

Education:

  • University/college degree or equivalent combination of education and experience 

Assets:

  • Healthcare or not-for-profit experience an asset
  • Experience in fundraising campaign management and/or activity

This national search is being conducted on behalf of Mackenzie Health Foundation by crawfordconnect, a search firm specializing in recruiting leaders and fundraisers for Canada’s non-profit sector. If someone you know may be interested in this position please feel free to forward this document – we would be pleased to connect with them.   

For additional information, please reach out to Michelle Lalonde at michelle@crawfordconnect.com or 416.699.5199 / 1.866.647.5149. We request all applications be submitted online only, through our website.

For technical issues, please contact info@crawfordconnect.com.

To apply, please select the 'Apply to this Position’ button to upload your cover letter and resume by October 21, 2018.

Qualified applicants are invited to submit their resume and letter of interest online, only through our website, in confidence. We thank all applicants for applying, however, only qualified candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

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Job ID098
Apply By10/21/2018
OpportunitySenior Manager, Campaign Operations LocationRichmond Hill, ON
Posting

 - 098

Senior Manager, Campaign Operations
(Richmond Hill / Vaughan / Greater Toronto Area) 

Mackenzie Health

Mackenzie Health is a dynamic regional healthcare provider serving a population of more than a half million people across York Region and beyond. Nationally recognized for its commitment to safety and quality patient care, Mackenzie Health is a healthcare leader with a wide variety of academic partners. Mackenzie Health includes Mackenzie Richmond Hill Hospital, the future Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital, as well as a comprehensive network of community-based services in Richmond Hill, Vaughan and the surrounding communities.

Mackenzie Health's vision is to create a world-class health experience. This means delivering quality, compassionate and timely patient-centered care. It means that everything we do is focused on our patients and community.

Mackenzie Health Foundation

Established in 1977, Mackenzie Health Foundation has raised more than $125 million for capital projects, medical equipment, technology and educational opportunities for Mackenzie Health. With the mission to inspire inspirational gifts, we are proud of our long tradition of partnership with our generous community.

The Exceptional Care Belongs Here campaign

Mackenzie Health Foundation is spearheading the $250-million Exceptional Care Belongs Here campaign – the largest fundraising drive led by a community hospital in Canada – to help build and equip Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital and enhance care at Mackenzie Richmond Hill Hospital.  The campaign will help build an outstanding state-of-the-art hospital and purchase the leading-edge equipment and technology that will attract and inspire best-in-class specialists and health care teams at both its hospitals.  To date, the Foundation has attracted over $80 million towards the campaign.   A lead transformational pledge from Magna International Inc. of $10-million will name the emergency department at Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital, the Magna Emergency. 

Senior Manager, Campaign Operations:

Reporting to the Director, Philanthropy & Campaigns, the Senior Manager, Campaign Operations will ensure effective processes and services in support of day-to-day campaign operations. The successful candidate will play a critical role in establishing and leading the internal work and support the deliverables, projects and processes that respond to the needs of the major gifts and foundation teams to drive revenue generation. This includes ensuring accuracy of the donor database and reports, guiding and supporting analytics work, prospect research and communication. The Senior Manager, Campaign Operations will develop and manage a team of operational staff and oversee their workload to advance supports for the Exceptional Care Belongs Here campaign and beyond.

Experience/Skills/Abilities:

  • Demonstrated track record of strong project management and time management skills
  • Minimum of 5 – 7 years of progressive experience in a managerial role; exceptional leadership skills and coaching ability to bring optimal results
  • Experience advancing back-office services and supports to achieve results
  • Working knowledge of analytics and metrics with an ability to effectively anticipate and respond to database information and reporting needs
  • Strong skills in financial management including budgeting, reporting and monitoring
  • Strong customer service and results orientation in response to support and service needs
  • System thinking with a view of continuous quality improvement and responsiveness to feedback
  • Flexible and adaptable to changing priorities and needs
  • Proficient user of Raiser’s Edge, Sales Force or a CRM -- ability to learn new software quickly
  • Strong writing skills and the ability to communicate clearly and effectively to a variety of audiences
  • Exceptional attention to detail and quality control of deliverables
  • Proactive, takes initiative and works effectively in a fast-paced collaborative environment
  • Effectively uses empathy in interactions with others

Qualifications:

  • A proven track record of related experience in the context of a multi-year comprehensive campaign

Education:

  • University/college degree or equivalent combination of education and experience 

Assets:

  • Healthcare or not-for-profit experience an asset
  • Experience in fundraising campaign management and/or activity

This national search is being conducted on behalf of Mackenzie Health Foundation by crawfordconnect, a search firm specializing in recruiting leaders and fundraisers for Canada’s non-profit sector. If someone you know may be interested in this position please feel free to forward this document – we would be pleased to connect with them.   

For additional information, please reach out to Michelle Lalonde at michelle@crawfordconnect.com or 416.699.5199 / 1.866.647.5149. We request all applications be submitted online only, through our website.

For technical issues, please contact info@crawfordconnect.com.

To apply, please select the 'Apply to this Position’ button to upload your cover letter and resume by October 21, 2018.

Qualified applicants are invited to submit their resume and letter of interest online, only through our website, in confidence. We thank all applicants for applying, however, only qualified candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

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OpportunitySenior Manager, Campaign Operations LocationRichmond Hill, ON
Posting

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Senior Manager, Campaign Operations
(Richmond Hill / Vaughan / Greater Toronto Area) 

Mackenzie Health

Mackenzie Health is a dynamic regional healthcare provider serving a population of more than a half million people across York Region and beyond. Nationally recognized for its commitment to safety and quality patient care, Mackenzie Health is a healthcare leader with a wide variety of academic partners. Mackenzie Health includes Mackenzie Richmond Hill Hospital, the future Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital, as well as a comprehensive network of community-based services in Richmond Hill, Vaughan and the surrounding communities.

Mackenzie Health's vision is to create a world-class health experience. This means delivering quality, compassionate and timely patient-centered care. It means that everything we do is focused on our patients and community.

Mackenzie Health Foundation

Established in 1977, Mackenzie Health Foundation has raised more than $125 million for capital projects, medical equipment, technology and educational opportunities for Mackenzie Health. With the mission to inspire inspirational gifts, we are proud of our long tradition of partnership with our generous community.

The Exceptional Care Belongs Here campaign

Mackenzie Health Foundation is spearheading the $250-million Exceptional Care Belongs Here campaign – the largest fundraising drive led by a community hospital in Canada – to help build and equip Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital and enhance care at Mackenzie Richmond Hill Hospital.  The campaign will help build an outstanding state-of-the-art hospital and purchase the leading-edge equipment and technology that will attract and inspire best-in-class specialists and health care teams at both its hospitals.  To date, the Foundation has attracted over $80 million towards the campaign.   A lead transformational pledge from Magna International Inc. of $10-million will name the emergency department at Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital, the Magna Emergency. 

Senior Manager, Campaign Operations:

Reporting to the Director, Philanthropy & Campaigns, the Senior Manager, Campaign Operations will ensure effective processes and services in support of day-to-day campaign operations. The successful candidate will play a critical role in establishing and leading the internal work and support the deliverables, projects and processes that respond to the needs of the major gifts and foundation teams to drive revenue generation. This includes ensuring accuracy of the donor database and reports, guiding and supporting analytics work, prospect research and communication. The Senior Manager, Campaign Operations will develop and manage a team of operational staff and oversee their workload to advance supports for the Exceptional Care Belongs Here campaign and beyond.

Experience/Skills/Abilities:

  • Demonstrated track record of strong project management and time management skills
  • Minimum of 5 – 7 years of progressive experience in a managerial role; exceptional leadership skills and coaching ability to bring optimal results
  • Experience advancing back-office services and supports to achieve results
  • Working knowledge of analytics and metrics with an ability to effectively anticipate and respond to database information and reporting needs
  • Strong skills in financial management including budgeting, reporting and monitoring
  • Strong customer service and results orientation in response to support and service needs
  • System thinking with a view of continuous quality improvement and responsiveness to feedback
  • Flexible and adaptable to changing priorities and needs
  • Proficient user of Raiser’s Edge, Sales Force or a CRM -- ability to learn new software quickly
  • Strong writing skills and the ability to communicate clearly and effectively to a variety of audiences
  • Exceptional attention to detail and quality control of deliverables
  • Proactive, takes initiative and works effectively in a fast-paced collaborative environment
  • Effectively uses empathy in interactions with others

Qualifications:

  • A proven track record of related experience in the context of a multi-year comprehensive campaign

Education:

  • University/college degree or equivalent combination of education and experience 

Assets:

  • Healthcare or not-for-profit experience an asset
  • Experience in fundraising campaign management and/or activity

This national search is being conducted on behalf of Mackenzie Health Foundation by crawfordconnect, a search firm specializing in recruiting leaders and fundraisers for Canada’s non-profit sector. If someone you know may be interested in this position please feel free to forward this document – we would be pleased to connect with them.   

For additional information, please reach out to Michelle Lalonde at michelle@crawfordconnect.com or 416.699.5199 / 1.866.647.5149. We request all applications be submitted online only, through our website.

For technical issues, please contact info@crawfordconnect.com.

To apply, please select the 'Apply to this Position’ button to upload your cover letter and resume by October 21, 2018.

Qualified applicants are invited to submit their resume and letter of interest online, only through our website, in confidence. We thank all applicants for applying, however, only qualified candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

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Executive DirectorHeadwaters Health Care FoundationOrangeville, ON09/10/2018110

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Executive Director
Location: Orangeville, Ontario

Headwaters Health Care Centre, located in the growing community of Orangeville and serving the communities in Dufferin County, Town of Caledon and beyond including Orangeville, Erin, Caledon, Bolton, Mono and Shelburne.  Orangeville is located 45 minutes north of Toronto. Headwaters Health Care Centre is a medium-size acute care hospital and complex continuing care facility, offering both inpatient and outpatient services, as well as an Emergency Department with 24/7 coverage.

Founded in 1984, Headwaters Health Care Foundation devotes its energy to cultivate, sustain and grow the gifts of thousands of donors to support their health care close to home.  On the cusp of another period of growth, the Foundation increases its assets to perpetuate a tradition of heath care excellence. Its’ efforts focus on modernizing medical equipment, strengthening infrastructure, enhancing services, meeting local priority needs and achieving the hospital’s mandate.

Since the opening of the current hospital building in 1997, the Foundation has led successful a capital campaign, raising $16 million for a new Ambulatory Care Centre (recently opened).  The Foundation’s next capital campaign, to include a new Emergency Department, is in the early planning phase with hospital leadership.

The Foundation and Hospital Board, as well as the hospital senior leadership and medical staff, are extremely supportive and participate in events as well as community outreach.

The Position

The Executive Director provides visionary leadership and strategic direction to Headwaters Health Care Foundation and is responsible to the Board of Directors for building the Foundation’s donor base and providing strategic advice, executive leadership and senior managerial oversight of key decisions, initiatives and management of human and financial resources. The Executive Director will develop key strategic donor relationships to encourage ongoing contributions to the Foundation and work with the CEO, Senior Leadership Team, physicians and staff of Headwaters Health Care Centre to identify capital equipment and redevelopment needs. The Executive Director is instrumental in implementing, leading, building, expanding and managing the day-to-day operational effectiveness, fundraising capacity and community awareness of Headwaters Health Care Foundation.

Qualifications

  • Relevant experience (10+ years) in a senior management or an executive role; preferably in the non-profit sector.
  • University degree in Business Administration or Commerce or a suitable combination of related experience and education.
  • Knowledge and understanding of the Canadian health care system and hospital foundations.
  • Proven fundraising success with individuals, corporations, foundations and community organizations.
  • Experience managing/leading a capital campaign as a volunteer or staff person.
  • Exceptional verbal and written communication skills; proven ability to effectively and passionately communicate with a wide variety of audiences.
  • Demonstrated ability to build relationships with people in a variety of levels and types of organizations, including with senior leaders.
  • Familiarity and experience in working with and supporting effective governance board members.
  • Exceptional collaborative leadership skills with a demonstrated ability to engage, inspire, coach and sustain high value contributions from staff and volunteers.
  • Ability to develop and execute effective strategies and practical plans (including projects and programs) that deliver promised results.
  • Understanding and experience of best practices in operating and meeting the statutory and regulatory obligations of a non-profit organization.
  • Ability to lead the research, documentation and advocacy for health care needs and priorities in a community.
  • Proven financial and analytical skills.
  • Familiarity with donor database management software and/or CRM software.
  • CFRE designation (or related professional certification) is a preferred asset.

This search is being conducted on behalf of Headwaters Health Care Foundation by crawfordconnect, a search firm specializing in recruiting leaders for Canada’s non-profit sector. If someone you know may be interested in this position, please feel free to forward this document – we’d be pleased to connect with them.   

To Apply:

By September 10, 2018, please apply with both your cover letter and resume through our website by clicking "Apply For This Position" button. After applying through our online portal, you will receive a notification confirming receipt of your application submission.

Questions about the position? Please reach out to Michelle Lalonde at 416.699.5199.
Issues with applying? Please call 1.866. 647.5149 or email info@crawfordconnect.com

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.

 

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Job ID110
Apply By09/10/2018
OpportunityExecutive Director LocationOrangeville, ON
Posting

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Executive Director
Location: Orangeville, Ontario

Headwaters Health Care Centre, located in the growing community of Orangeville and serving the communities in Dufferin County, Town of Caledon and beyond including Orangeville, Erin, Caledon, Bolton, Mono and Shelburne.  Orangeville is located 45 minutes north of Toronto. Headwaters Health Care Centre is a medium-size acute care hospital and complex continuing care facility, offering both inpatient and outpatient services, as well as an Emergency Department with 24/7 coverage.

Founded in 1984, Headwaters Health Care Foundation devotes its energy to cultivate, sustain and grow the gifts of thousands of donors to support their health care close to home.  On the cusp of another period of growth, the Foundation increases its assets to perpetuate a tradition of heath care excellence. Its’ efforts focus on modernizing medical equipment, strengthening infrastructure, enhancing services, meeting local priority needs and achieving the hospital’s mandate.

Since the opening of the current hospital building in 1997, the Foundation has led successful a capital campaign, raising $16 million for a new Ambulatory Care Centre (recently opened).  The Foundation’s next capital campaign, to include a new Emergency Department, is in the early planning phase with hospital leadership.

The Foundation and Hospital Board, as well as the hospital senior leadership and medical staff, are extremely supportive and participate in events as well as community outreach.

The Position

The Executive Director provides visionary leadership and strategic direction to Headwaters Health Care Foundation and is responsible to the Board of Directors for building the Foundation’s donor base and providing strategic advice, executive leadership and senior managerial oversight of key decisions, initiatives and management of human and financial resources. The Executive Director will develop key strategic donor relationships to encourage ongoing contributions to the Foundation and work with the CEO, Senior Leadership Team, physicians and staff of Headwaters Health Care Centre to identify capital equipment and redevelopment needs. The Executive Director is instrumental in implementing, leading, building, expanding and managing the day-to-day operational effectiveness, fundraising capacity and community awareness of Headwaters Health Care Foundation.

Qualifications

  • Relevant experience (10+ years) in a senior management or an executive role; preferably in the non-profit sector.
  • University degree in Business Administration or Commerce or a suitable combination of related experience and education.
  • Knowledge and understanding of the Canadian health care system and hospital foundations.
  • Proven fundraising success with individuals, corporations, foundations and community organizations.
  • Experience managing/leading a capital campaign as a volunteer or staff person.
  • Exceptional verbal and written communication skills; proven ability to effectively and passionately communicate with a wide variety of audiences.
  • Demonstrated ability to build relationships with people in a variety of levels and types of organizations, including with senior leaders.
  • Familiarity and experience in working with and supporting effective governance board members.
  • Exceptional collaborative leadership skills with a demonstrated ability to engage, inspire, coach and sustain high value contributions from staff and volunteers.
  • Ability to develop and execute effective strategies and practical plans (including projects and programs) that deliver promised results.
  • Understanding and experience of best practices in operating and meeting the statutory and regulatory obligations of a non-profit organization.
  • Ability to lead the research, documentation and advocacy for health care needs and priorities in a community.
  • Proven financial and analytical skills.
  • Familiarity with donor database management software and/or CRM software.
  • CFRE designation (or related professional certification) is a preferred asset.

This search is being conducted on behalf of Headwaters Health Care Foundation by crawfordconnect, a search firm specializing in recruiting leaders for Canada’s non-profit sector. If someone you know may be interested in this position, please feel free to forward this document – we’d be pleased to connect with them.   

To Apply:

By September 10, 2018, please apply with both your cover letter and resume through our website by clicking "Apply For This Position" button. After applying through our online portal, you will receive a notification confirming receipt of your application submission.

Questions about the position? Please reach out to Michelle Lalonde at 416.699.5199.
Issues with applying? Please call 1.866. 647.5149 or email info@crawfordconnect.com

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.

 

Apply By09/10/2018
OpportunityExecutive Director LocationOrangeville, ON
Posting

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Executive Director
Location: Orangeville, Ontario

Headwaters Health Care Centre, located in the growing community of Orangeville and serving the communities in Dufferin County, Town of Caledon and beyond including Orangeville, Erin, Caledon, Bolton, Mono and Shelburne.  Orangeville is located 45 minutes north of Toronto. Headwaters Health Care Centre is a medium-size acute care hospital and complex continuing care facility, offering both inpatient and outpatient services, as well as an Emergency Department with 24/7 coverage.

Founded in 1984, Headwaters Health Care Foundation devotes its energy to cultivate, sustain and grow the gifts of thousands of donors to support their health care close to home.  On the cusp of another period of growth, the Foundation increases its assets to perpetuate a tradition of heath care excellence. Its’ efforts focus on modernizing medical equipment, strengthening infrastructure, enhancing services, meeting local priority needs and achieving the hospital’s mandate.

Since the opening of the current hospital building in 1997, the Foundation has led successful a capital campaign, raising $16 million for a new Ambulatory Care Centre (recently opened).  The Foundation’s next capital campaign, to include a new Emergency Department, is in the early planning phase with hospital leadership.

The Foundation and Hospital Board, as well as the hospital senior leadership and medical staff, are extremely supportive and participate in events as well as community outreach.

The Position

The Executive Director provides visionary leadership and strategic direction to Headwaters Health Care Foundation and is responsible to the Board of Directors for building the Foundation’s donor base and providing strategic advice, executive leadership and senior managerial oversight of key decisions, initiatives and management of human and financial resources. The Executive Director will develop key strategic donor relationships to encourage ongoing contributions to the Foundation and work with the CEO, Senior Leadership Team, physicians and staff of Headwaters Health Care Centre to identify capital equipment and redevelopment needs. The Executive Director is instrumental in implementing, leading, building, expanding and managing the day-to-day operational effectiveness, fundraising capacity and community awareness of Headwaters Health Care Foundation.

Qualifications

  • Relevant experience (10+ years) in a senior management or an executive role; preferably in the non-profit sector.
  • University degree in Business Administration or Commerce or a suitable combination of related experience and education.
  • Knowledge and understanding of the Canadian health care system and hospital foundations.
  • Proven fundraising success with individuals, corporations, foundations and community organizations.
  • Experience managing/leading a capital campaign as a volunteer or staff person.
  • Exceptional verbal and written communication skills; proven ability to effectively and passionately communicate with a wide variety of audiences.
  • Demonstrated ability to build relationships with people in a variety of levels and types of organizations, including with senior leaders.
  • Familiarity and experience in working with and supporting effective governance board members.
  • Exceptional collaborative leadership skills with a demonstrated ability to engage, inspire, coach and sustain high value contributions from staff and volunteers.
  • Ability to develop and execute effective strategies and practical plans (including projects and programs) that deliver promised results.
  • Understanding and experience of best practices in operating and meeting the statutory and regulatory obligations of a non-profit organization.
  • Ability to lead the research, documentation and advocacy for health care needs and priorities in a community.
  • Proven financial and analytical skills.
  • Familiarity with donor database management software and/or CRM software.
  • CFRE designation (or related professional certification) is a preferred asset.

This search is being conducted on behalf of Headwaters Health Care Foundation by crawfordconnect, a search firm specializing in recruiting leaders for Canada’s non-profit sector. If someone you know may be interested in this position, please feel free to forward this document – we’d be pleased to connect with them.   

To Apply:

By September 10, 2018, please apply with both your cover letter and resume through our website by clicking "Apply For This Position" button. After applying through our online portal, you will receive a notification confirming receipt of your application submission.

Questions about the position? Please reach out to Michelle Lalonde at 416.699.5199.
Issues with applying? Please call 1.866. 647.5149 or email info@crawfordconnect.com

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.

 

Apply Now
Executive DirectorCanadian Mental Health Association - Cochrane TimiTimmins, ON09/17/2018108

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Executive Director
(Timmins, Ontario)

The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), founded in 1918, is one of the oldest voluntary organizations in Canada. Each year, it provides services and supports to more than 1.3 million Canadians through the combined efforts of more than 11,000 volunteers and staff across Canada in over 330 communities. As the nationwide leader and champion for mental health, CMHA facilitates access to the resources people require to maintain and improve mental health and community integration, build resilience, and support recovery from mental illness. CMHA branches across Canada. CMHA-Cochrane Timiskaming is one of those branches.

The Canadian Mental Health Association Cochrane-Timiskaming Branch is part of Canada’s longest standing mental health organizations.  CMHA-CT is a non-profit charitable organization offering community mental health services to individuals living with mental illness to support them in living fulfilling lives. 

Serving North East Ontario, the 130 staff at CMHA-CT provides recovery-focused programs and services for people of all ages and their families. Operating from five (5) sites in Timmins, Kirkland Lake, Matheson, Englehart and New Liskeard (known as Timiskaming Shores), CMHA-CT.

The Board of CMHA-CT is hiring a new Executive Director. 

Reporting to the Board of Directors of the Canadian Mental Health Association – Cochrane Timiskaming Branch, the Executive Director (ED) is responsible for the management of all aspects of the operation and services. The ED leads the overall strategic direction of the agency and is accountable for human resources, all programs, property and finances. 

Professional Attributes:

  • A strategic thinker with strong leadership skills as a senior manager
  • A minimum of 7 to 9 years of experience in progressively senior leadership positions in the non-profit sector overseeing multiple layered teams. Ideal is experience working with health funding agencies in Ontario.
  • Demonstrated track record of financial competency especially in a multi - funded organization
  • Strong experience in and respect for labour relations
  • Ability to influence and to optimize performance and productivity in a team-oriented environment
  • Decisive and articulate communicator
  • Experience working with a non-profit board
  • Ability to establish and build relationships with key stakeholders, community
  • Strong change agent
  • Ability to travel (twice monthly to meet with management team members across 4 sites and quarterly meetings with colleagues at Ontario CMHA’s.

Education:

  • Under graduate degree
  • Business graduate degree considered an asset (e.g. MBA)

Assets

  • Touched by and brings compassion for the mental health & addictions sector
  • Experience in media relations or acting on behalf of an organization as the key spokesperson

This search is being conducted on behalf of CMHA-CT by crawfordconnect, a search firm specializing in recruiting leaders for Canada’s non-profit sector. If someone you know may be interested in this position, please feel free to forward this document – we’d be pleased to connect with them.

To apply:

By September 17, 2018, please apply with both your cover letter and resume through our website by clicking "Apply For This Position" button. After applying through our online portal, you will receive a notification, confirming receipt of your application submission.

We request all applications to be submitted online only: this includes a cover letter and a resume for all submissions.

For additional information regarding this job posting please reach out to Clare McDowall at clare@crawfordconnect.com or 1.866.647.5149. For technical issues in submitting your application online, please contact info@crawfordconnect.com.

Qualified applicants are invited to submit their resume and letter of interest online, through our website or by email to our consultant, in confidence. We thank all applicants for applying, however, only qualified candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Please advise crawfordconnect if you require accommodation in accordance with the Human Rights Code or the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act in order to properly participate.

 

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Filiale de Cochrane-Timiskaming

Directrice générale ou directeur général
Timmins (Ontario)

Fondée en 1918, l’Association canadienne pour la santé mentale (ACSM) fait partie des plus anciens organismes bénévoles au Canada. Chaque année, elle offre des services et du soutien à plus de 1,3 million de Canadiennes et de Canadiens grâce aux efforts combinés de plus de 11 000 bénévoles et employés partout au Canada, dans plus de 330 collectivités. À titre de leader et de champion en santé mentale à l’échelle nationale, l’ACSM simplifie l’accès aux ressources dont les gens ont besoin pour maintenir et améliorer la santé mentale et l’intégration communautaire, renforcer la résilience et appuyer le rétablissement des personnes atteintes d’une maladie mentale. L’ACSM de Cochrane-Timiskaming fait partie des filiales de l’ACSM au Canada.

L’Association canadienne de la santé mentale de Cochrane-Timiskaming (ACSM-CT) fait partie des plus vieux organismes en santé mentale au Canada. L’ACSM-CT est un organisme de bienfaisance sans but lucratif qui offre des services communautaires de santé mentale aux personnes atteintes d’une maladie mentale afin de les aider à vivre une vie épanouie. 

Au service de la population du Nord-Est de l’Ontario, les 130 employés de l’ACSM-CT offrent des programmes axés sur le rétablissement et des services aux personnes de tout âge et à leurs familles. L’ACSM-CT exploite ses activités à partir de cinq (5) emplacements à Timmins, à Kirkland Lake, à Matheson, à Englehart et à New Liskeard (aussi appelé Timiskaming Shores).

Le Conseil d’administration de l’ACSM-CT est à la recherche d’une nouvelle directrice générale ou d’un nouveau directeur général.  

Relevant du Conseil d’administration de l’Association canadienne pour la santé mentale — filiale de Cochrane-Timiskaming — la directrice générale ou le directeur général (DG) est responsable de la gestion de tous les aspects touchant les activités et les services de l’organisme. La personne titulaire dirige l’orientation stratégique globale de l’organisme, tout en étant responsable des ressources humaines, de l’ensemble des programmes, des biens et des finances.  

Attributs professionnels :

  • Capacité à faire preuve de réflexion stratégique avec de solides aptitudes de leadership à titre de cadre supérieur.
  • Un minimum de 7 à 9 ans d’expérience au sein de postes progressifs de haute direction dans le secteur sans but lucratif à superviser une équipe multidisciplinaire. Une expérience de travail auprès d’organismes de financement en santé en Ontario est idéale.
  • Expérience éprouvée de compétences dans le secteur des finances au sein d’un organisme financé par diverses sources.
  • Solide expérience et respect des relations de travail.
  • Capacité à influencer et à optimiser le rendement et la productivité dans un milieu axé sur le travail d’équipe.
  • Aptitude à communiquer de manière décisive et articulée.
  • Expérience de travail avec les conseils d’administration sans but lucratif.
  • Capacité à établir des relations avec les principaux intervenants et la communauté, et à les renforcer.
  • Solides compétences relatives au changement.
  • Capacité de se déplacer (deux fois par mois pour rencontrer les membres de l’équipe de direction aux quatre emplacements et réunions trimestrielles avec les collègues au site de l’ACSM de l’Ontario).

Formation :

  • Diplôme de premier cycle
  • Diplôme d’études supérieures en administration des affaires considéré comme un atout (p. ex. M.B.A.)

Atouts

  • Sensibilité et compassion pour le secteur de la santé mentale et des toxicomanies.
  • Expérience des relations avec les médias et du rôle de porte-parole principal pour un organisme.

Cette recherche est menée au nom de l’ACSM-CT par crawfordconnect, une firme de recherche spécialisée dans le recrutement de dirigeants pour le secteur sans but lucratif au Canada. Si vous connaissez une personne qui souhaiterait postuler pour ce poste, n’hésitez pas à lui acheminer ce document. Nous nous ferons un plaisir de communiquer avec elle.

Pour postuler :
Envoyez votre demande, d’ici le 17 septembre 2018, en joignant une lettre de présentation ainsi que votre curriculum vitæ par l’entremise de notre site Web à http://jobs.crawfordconnect.com/jobposting.asp?WebJobPostingsID=44.

Pour obtenir plus de renseignements concernant cet affichage de poste, communiquez avec Clare McDowall par courriel à clare@crawfordconnect.com ou par téléphone au 1 866 647-5149. Nous demandons à toutes les candidates et à tous les candidats d’envoyer leur demande en ligne seulement : cela comprend une lettre de présentation et un curriculum vitæ. Si vous avez de la difficulté à envoyer votre demande en ligne, envoyez un courriel à : info@crawfordconnect.com.

Nous invitons les personnes qualifiées à envoyer à notre consultant, en toute confidentialité, leur curriculum vitæ et leur lettre de présentation par l’entremise de notre site Web ou par courriel. Nous souhaitons remercier toutes les candidates et tous les candidats; cependant, nous communiquerons seulement avec les personnes sélectionnées pour une entrevue.

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Job ID108
Apply By09/17/2018
OpportunityExecutive Director LocationTimmins, ON
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Executive Director
(Timmins, Ontario)

The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), founded in 1918, is one of the oldest voluntary organizations in Canada. Each year, it provides services and supports to more than 1.3 million Canadians through the combined efforts of more than 11,000 volunteers and staff across Canada in over 330 communities. As the nationwide leader and champion for mental health, CMHA facilitates access to the resources people require to maintain and improve mental health and community integration, build resilience, and support recovery from mental illness. CMHA branches across Canada. CMHA-Cochrane Timiskaming is one of those branches.

The Canadian Mental Health Association Cochrane-Timiskaming Branch is part of Canada’s longest standing mental health organizations.  CMHA-CT is a non-profit charitable organization offering community mental health services to individuals living with mental illness to support them in living fulfilling lives. 

Serving North East Ontario, the 130 staff at CMHA-CT provides recovery-focused programs and services for people of all ages and their families. Operating from five (5) sites in Timmins, Kirkland Lake, Matheson, Englehart and New Liskeard (known as Timiskaming Shores), CMHA-CT.

The Board of CMHA-CT is hiring a new Executive Director. 

Reporting to the Board of Directors of the Canadian Mental Health Association – Cochrane Timiskaming Branch, the Executive Director (ED) is responsible for the management of all aspects of the operation and services. The ED leads the overall strategic direction of the agency and is accountable for human resources, all programs, property and finances. 

Professional Attributes:

  • A strategic thinker with strong leadership skills as a senior manager
  • A minimum of 7 to 9 years of experience in progressively senior leadership positions in the non-profit sector overseeing multiple layered teams. Ideal is experience working with health funding agencies in Ontario.
  • Demonstrated track record of financial competency especially in a multi - funded organization
  • Strong experience in and respect for labour relations
  • Ability to influence and to optimize performance and productivity in a team-oriented environment
  • Decisive and articulate communicator
  • Experience working with a non-profit board
  • Ability to establish and build relationships with key stakeholders, community
  • Strong change agent
  • Ability to travel (twice monthly to meet with management team members across 4 sites and quarterly meetings with colleagues at Ontario CMHA’s.

Education:

  • Under graduate degree
  • Business graduate degree considered an asset (e.g. MBA)

Assets

  • Touched by and brings compassion for the mental health & addictions sector
  • Experience in media relations or acting on behalf of an organization as the key spokesperson

This search is being conducted on behalf of CMHA-CT by crawfordconnect, a search firm specializing in recruiting leaders for Canada’s non-profit sector. If someone you know may be interested in this position, please feel free to forward this document – we’d be pleased to connect with them.

To apply:

By September 17, 2018, please apply with both your cover letter and resume through our website by clicking "Apply For This Position" button. After applying through our online portal, you will receive a notification, confirming receipt of your application submission.

We request all applications to be submitted online only: this includes a cover letter and a resume for all submissions.

For additional information regarding this job posting please reach out to Clare McDowall at clare@crawfordconnect.com or 1.866.647.5149. For technical issues in submitting your application online, please contact info@crawfordconnect.com.

Qualified applicants are invited to submit their resume and letter of interest online, through our website or by email to our consultant, in confidence. We thank all applicants for applying, however, only qualified candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Please advise crawfordconnect if you require accommodation in accordance with the Human Rights Code or the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act in order to properly participate.

 

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Filiale de Cochrane-Timiskaming

Directrice générale ou directeur général
Timmins (Ontario)

Fondée en 1918, l’Association canadienne pour la santé mentale (ACSM) fait partie des plus anciens organismes bénévoles au Canada. Chaque année, elle offre des services et du soutien à plus de 1,3 million de Canadiennes et de Canadiens grâce aux efforts combinés de plus de 11 000 bénévoles et employés partout au Canada, dans plus de 330 collectivités. À titre de leader et de champion en santé mentale à l’échelle nationale, l’ACSM simplifie l’accès aux ressources dont les gens ont besoin pour maintenir et améliorer la santé mentale et l’intégration communautaire, renforcer la résilience et appuyer le rétablissement des personnes atteintes d’une maladie mentale. L’ACSM de Cochrane-Timiskaming fait partie des filiales de l’ACSM au Canada.

L’Association canadienne de la santé mentale de Cochrane-Timiskaming (ACSM-CT) fait partie des plus vieux organismes en santé mentale au Canada. L’ACSM-CT est un organisme de bienfaisance sans but lucratif qui offre des services communautaires de santé mentale aux personnes atteintes d’une maladie mentale afin de les aider à vivre une vie épanouie. 

Au service de la population du Nord-Est de l’Ontario, les 130 employés de l’ACSM-CT offrent des programmes axés sur le rétablissement et des services aux personnes de tout âge et à leurs familles. L’ACSM-CT exploite ses activités à partir de cinq (5) emplacements à Timmins, à Kirkland Lake, à Matheson, à Englehart et à New Liskeard (aussi appelé Timiskaming Shores).

Le Conseil d’administration de l’ACSM-CT est à la recherche d’une nouvelle directrice générale ou d’un nouveau directeur général.  

Relevant du Conseil d’administration de l’Association canadienne pour la santé mentale — filiale de Cochrane-Timiskaming — la directrice générale ou le directeur général (DG) est responsable de la gestion de tous les aspects touchant les activités et les services de l’organisme. La personne titulaire dirige l’orientation stratégique globale de l’organisme, tout en étant responsable des ressources humaines, de l’ensemble des programmes, des biens et des finances.  

Attributs professionnels :

  • Capacité à faire preuve de réflexion stratégique avec de solides aptitudes de leadership à titre de cadre supérieur.
  • Un minimum de 7 à 9 ans d’expérience au sein de postes progressifs de haute direction dans le secteur sans but lucratif à superviser une équipe multidisciplinaire. Une expérience de travail auprès d’organismes de financement en santé en Ontario est idéale.
  • Expérience éprouvée de compétences dans le secteur des finances au sein d’un organisme financé par diverses sources.
  • Solide expérience et respect des relations de travail.
  • Capacité à influencer et à optimiser le rendement et la productivité dans un milieu axé sur le travail d’équipe.
  • Aptitude à communiquer de manière décisive et articulée.
  • Expérience de travail avec les conseils d’administration sans but lucratif.
  • Capacité à établir des relations avec les principaux intervenants et la communauté, et à les renforcer.
  • Solides compétences relatives au changement.
  • Capacité de se déplacer (deux fois par mois pour rencontrer les membres de l’équipe de direction aux quatre emplacements et réunions trimestrielles avec les collègues au site de l’ACSM de l’Ontario).

Formation :

  • Diplôme de premier cycle
  • Diplôme d’études supérieures en administration des affaires considéré comme un atout (p. ex. M.B.A.)

Atouts

  • Sensibilité et compassion pour le secteur de la santé mentale et des toxicomanies.
  • Expérience des relations avec les médias et du rôle de porte-parole principal pour un organisme.

Cette recherche est menée au nom de l’ACSM-CT par crawfordconnect, une firme de recherche spécialisée dans le recrutement de dirigeants pour le secteur sans but lucratif au Canada. Si vous connaissez une personne qui souhaiterait postuler pour ce poste, n’hésitez pas à lui acheminer ce document. Nous nous ferons un plaisir de communiquer avec elle.

Pour postuler :
Envoyez votre demande, d’ici le 17 septembre 2018, en joignant une lettre de présentation ainsi que votre curriculum vitæ par l’entremise de notre site Web à http://jobs.crawfordconnect.com/jobposting.asp?WebJobPostingsID=44.

Pour obtenir plus de renseignements concernant cet affichage de poste, communiquez avec Clare McDowall par courriel à clare@crawfordconnect.com ou par téléphone au 1 866 647-5149. Nous demandons à toutes les candidates et à tous les candidats d’envoyer leur demande en ligne seulement : cela comprend une lettre de présentation et un curriculum vitæ. Si vous avez de la difficulté à envoyer votre demande en ligne, envoyez un courriel à : info@crawfordconnect.com.

Nous invitons les personnes qualifiées à envoyer à notre consultant, en toute confidentialité, leur curriculum vitæ et leur lettre de présentation par l’entremise de notre site Web ou par courriel. Nous souhaitons remercier toutes les candidates et tous les candidats; cependant, nous communiquerons seulement avec les personnes sélectionnées pour une entrevue.

Apply By09/17/2018
OpportunityExecutive Director LocationTimmins, ON
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Executive Director
(Timmins, Ontario)

The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), founded in 1918, is one of the oldest voluntary organizations in Canada. Each year, it provides services and supports to more than 1.3 million Canadians through the combined efforts of more than 11,000 volunteers and staff across Canada in over 330 communities. As the nationwide leader and champion for mental health, CMHA facilitates access to the resources people require to maintain and improve mental health and community integration, build resilience, and support recovery from mental illness. CMHA branches across Canada. CMHA-Cochrane Timiskaming is one of those branches.

The Canadian Mental Health Association Cochrane-Timiskaming Branch is part of Canada’s longest standing mental health organizations.  CMHA-CT is a non-profit charitable organization offering community mental health services to individuals living with mental illness to support them in living fulfilling lives. 

Serving North East Ontario, the 130 staff at CMHA-CT provides recovery-focused programs and services for people of all ages and their families. Operating from five (5) sites in Timmins, Kirkland Lake, Matheson, Englehart and New Liskeard (known as Timiskaming Shores), CMHA-CT.

The Board of CMHA-CT is hiring a new Executive Director. 

Reporting to the Board of Directors of the Canadian Mental Health Association – Cochrane Timiskaming Branch, the Executive Director (ED) is responsible for the management of all aspects of the operation and services. The ED leads the overall strategic direction of the agency and is accountable for human resources, all programs, property and finances. 

Professional Attributes:

  • A strategic thinker with strong leadership skills as a senior manager
  • A minimum of 7 to 9 years of experience in progressively senior leadership positions in the non-profit sector overseeing multiple layered teams. Ideal is experience working with health funding agencies in Ontario.
  • Demonstrated track record of financial competency especially in a multi - funded organization
  • Strong experience in and respect for labour relations
  • Ability to influence and to optimize performance and productivity in a team-oriented environment
  • Decisive and articulate communicator
  • Experience working with a non-profit board
  • Ability to establish and build relationships with key stakeholders, community
  • Strong change agent
  • Ability to travel (twice monthly to meet with management team members across 4 sites and quarterly meetings with colleagues at Ontario CMHA’s.

Education:

  • Under graduate degree
  • Business graduate degree considered an asset (e.g. MBA)

Assets

  • Touched by and brings compassion for the mental health & addictions sector
  • Experience in media relations or acting on behalf of an organization as the key spokesperson

This search is being conducted on behalf of CMHA-CT by crawfordconnect, a search firm specializing in recruiting leaders for Canada’s non-profit sector. If someone you know may be interested in this position, please feel free to forward this document – we’d be pleased to connect with them.

To apply:

By September 17, 2018, please apply with both your cover letter and resume through our website by clicking "Apply For This Position" button. After applying through our online portal, you will receive a notification, confirming receipt of your application submission.

We request all applications to be submitted online only: this includes a cover letter and a resume for all submissions.

For additional information regarding this job posting please reach out to Clare McDowall at clare@crawfordconnect.com or 1.866.647.5149. For technical issues in submitting your application online, please contact info@crawfordconnect.com.

Qualified applicants are invited to submit their resume and letter of interest online, through our website or by email to our consultant, in confidence. We thank all applicants for applying, however, only qualified candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Please advise crawfordconnect if you require accommodation in accordance with the Human Rights Code or the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act in order to properly participate.

 

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Filiale de Cochrane-Timiskaming

Directrice générale ou directeur général
Timmins (Ontario)

Fondée en 1918, l’Association canadienne pour la santé mentale (ACSM) fait partie des plus anciens organismes bénévoles au Canada. Chaque année, elle offre des services et du soutien à plus de 1,3 million de Canadiennes et de Canadiens grâce aux efforts combinés de plus de 11 000 bénévoles et employés partout au Canada, dans plus de 330 collectivités. À titre de leader et de champion en santé mentale à l’échelle nationale, l’ACSM simplifie l’accès aux ressources dont les gens ont besoin pour maintenir et améliorer la santé mentale et l’intégration communautaire, renforcer la résilience et appuyer le rétablissement des personnes atteintes d’une maladie mentale. L’ACSM de Cochrane-Timiskaming fait partie des filiales de l’ACSM au Canada.

L’Association canadienne de la santé mentale de Cochrane-Timiskaming (ACSM-CT) fait partie des plus vieux organismes en santé mentale au Canada. L’ACSM-CT est un organisme de bienfaisance sans but lucratif qui offre des services communautaires de santé mentale aux personnes atteintes d’une maladie mentale afin de les aider à vivre une vie épanouie. 

Au service de la population du Nord-Est de l’Ontario, les 130 employés de l’ACSM-CT offrent des programmes axés sur le rétablissement et des services aux personnes de tout âge et à leurs familles. L’ACSM-CT exploite ses activités à partir de cinq (5) emplacements à Timmins, à Kirkland Lake, à Matheson, à Englehart et à New Liskeard (aussi appelé Timiskaming Shores).

Le Conseil d’administration de l’ACSM-CT est à la recherche d’une nouvelle directrice générale ou d’un nouveau directeur général.  

Relevant du Conseil d’administration de l’Association canadienne pour la santé mentale — filiale de Cochrane-Timiskaming — la directrice générale ou le directeur général (DG) est responsable de la gestion de tous les aspects touchant les activités et les services de l’organisme. La personne titulaire dirige l’orientation stratégique globale de l’organisme, tout en étant responsable des ressources humaines, de l’ensemble des programmes, des biens et des finances.  

Attributs professionnels :

  • Capacité à faire preuve de réflexion stratégique avec de solides aptitudes de leadership à titre de cadre supérieur.
  • Un minimum de 7 à 9 ans d’expérience au sein de postes progressifs de haute direction dans le secteur sans but lucratif à superviser une équipe multidisciplinaire. Une expérience de travail auprès d’organismes de financement en santé en Ontario est idéale.
  • Expérience éprouvée de compétences dans le secteur des finances au sein d’un organisme financé par diverses sources.
  • Solide expérience et respect des relations de travail.
  • Capacité à influencer et à optimiser le rendement et la productivité dans un milieu axé sur le travail d’équipe.
  • Aptitude à communiquer de manière décisive et articulée.
  • Expérience de travail avec les conseils d’administration sans but lucratif.
  • Capacité à établir des relations avec les principaux intervenants et la communauté, et à les renforcer.
  • Solides compétences relatives au changement.
  • Capacité de se déplacer (deux fois par mois pour rencontrer les membres de l’équipe de direction aux quatre emplacements et réunions trimestrielles avec les collègues au site de l’ACSM de l’Ontario).

Formation :

  • Diplôme de premier cycle
  • Diplôme d’études supérieures en administration des affaires considéré comme un atout (p. ex. M.B.A.)

Atouts

  • Sensibilité et compassion pour le secteur de la santé mentale et des toxicomanies.
  • Expérience des relations avec les médias et du rôle de porte-parole principal pour un organisme.

Cette recherche est menée au nom de l’ACSM-CT par crawfordconnect, une firme de recherche spécialisée dans le recrutement de dirigeants pour le secteur sans but lucratif au Canada. Si vous connaissez une personne qui souhaiterait postuler pour ce poste, n’hésitez pas à lui acheminer ce document. Nous nous ferons un plaisir de communiquer avec elle.

Pour postuler :
Envoyez votre demande, d’ici le 17 septembre 2018, en joignant une lettre de présentation ainsi que votre curriculum vitæ par l’entremise de notre site Web à http://jobs.crawfordconnect.com/jobposting.asp?WebJobPostingsID=44.

Pour obtenir plus de renseignements concernant cet affichage de poste, communiquez avec Clare McDowall par courriel à clare@crawfordconnect.com ou par téléphone au 1 866 647-5149. Nous demandons à toutes les candidates et à tous les candidats d’envoyer leur demande en ligne seulement : cela comprend une lettre de présentation et un curriculum vitæ. Si vous avez de la difficulté à envoyer votre demande en ligne, envoyez un courriel à : info@crawfordconnect.com.

Nous invitons les personnes qualifiées à envoyer à notre consultant, en toute confidentialité, leur curriculum vitæ et leur lettre de présentation par l’entremise de notre site Web ou par courriel. Nous souhaitons remercier toutes les candidates et tous les candidats; cependant, nous communiquerons seulement avec les personnes sélectionnées pour une entrevue.

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Manager Communications & Donor Relations

Location: Ottawa

Founded in 1986, the Montfort Hospital Foundation has devoted its energies to cultivate, sustain and grow support of thousands of donors.  On the cusp of another period of robust growth, the Foundation increases its assets to perpetuate a tradition of excellence. Its efforts centre on modernizing medical equipment, strengthening infrastructures, enhancing services, meeting priority needs and achieving the hospital’s dual teaching and research mandate.

In the last decade, the Montfort Hospital Foundation has led successful capital campaigns, raising $14.5 million for the major hospital expansion and renovations and to purchase a CT Scanner with a specialized Cardiac Module for the hospital.  The Foundation’s next capital campaign will be for the Orléans Health Hub project that involves the construction of a new facility at the corner of Mer-Bleue Road and Brian Coburn Boulevard in Orléans. The hub will bring together several health and community service partner organizations to respond to client needs within a comprehensive service delivery model of care.

The Foundation also has signature and third-party events, annual giving, and major gifts initiatives in its fundraising, soliciting donations and providing recognition. They promote the hospital’s financial survival while enabling it to achieve its mission.

The Manager Communications & Donor Relations

Reporting to the Vice-President Philanthropy, the Manager, Communications & Donor Relations is responsible for developing and executing all Foundation marketing and promotion efforts, media relations and donor stewardship, communications and activities with the goal of informing and inspiring support for the Foundation.

Donor Relations:

  • Creates personalized donor correspondence/impact reports in response to special interests and requests of donors
  • Works closely with Foundation colleagues to build and coordinate stewardship and recognition programs (and calendars) that enrich relationships between donors and the Foundation/Hospital
  • Develops an annual calendar of donor appreciation activities and reports to ensure exceptional donor stewardship
  • Integrates stewardship/recognition opportunities into Foundation events

Internal/External Communications & Marketing:

  • Works collaboratively with colleagues in support of all communications and marketing initiatives of the Foundation
  • Creates and implements the annual communications plan and calendar
  • In conjunction with the President & CEO and VP Philanthropy, creates opportunities to communicate and disseminate messages and stories that resonate with donors through internal publications (Website, Social Media platforms, Annual Report, Hospital publications, events, etc.) and through external sources (news releases, print and electronic media, etc.)
  • Prepares speaking notes/scripts for organizational spokespeople (e.g. CEO, senior staff, volunteers, donor testimonials)
  • Provides communication support to the CEO as required
  • Writes donor newsletters, acknowledgement letters, funding proposals, impact reports, etc. with input from senior staff
  • Ensures that key messages are integrated into annual fund programs (signature & community events, direct mail appeals, etc.)
  • Oversees ongoing updates and new content to Foundation website and social media platforms
  • Establishes relationships with marketing resources in the community (e.g. graphic design, photographers, printers, and other suppliers) and coordinates supplier workflow/budget
  • Maintains Foundation brand identity standards across the organization

Collateral/Publications:

  • In consultation with the President & CEO and the VP, Philanthropy, oversees the development of promotional, campaign, fund raising and stewardship materials
  • Writes promotional materials, website content and Social Media platforms, patient/donor stories, publications and other donor communication materials as required
  • Supports Foundation colleagues in the development of marketing and communication materials for Foundation events and programs
  • Ensures appropriate use and quality control of French and English  in all publications and in event programs
  • Develops and maintains a story and photo bank

Media Relations:

  • Develops and ensures good relations with the media; maintains updated media lists
  • Identifies and implements proactive media opportunities, story ideas and earned media/editorial opportunities on an ongoing basis
  • Writes press releases, pitches stories and responds to or redirects media calls
  • Oversees the preparation and roll out of media releases in both official languages
  • Writes scenarios, coordinates logistics and provides onsite media relations during events; produces fact sheets and media kits

Education, Experience & Technical Skills

  • Fluently bilingual French and English (oral, verbal and written); a natural writer and editor in both languages
  • At least five years of communications experience related fundraising in non-profit, preferably in healthcare
  • Experience in communications across all platforms (websites, social media, marketing, presentations, (publishing experience is an asset)
  • Strength in relationship building with team, donors, volunteers, suppliers
  • Engaging with stakeholders and hospital staff, high energy
  • Self-motivated, able to work independently and as part of a team;
  • Ability to multi-task
  • Bachelor’s Degree in journalism or a related communication field

To apply:

This search is being conducted on behalf of Fondation Montfort Foundation by crawfordconnect, a search firm specializing in recruiting leaders and fundraisers for Canada’s non-profit sector. If someone you know may be interested in this position please feel free to forward this document – we would be pleased to connect with them.   

By July 23, 2018, please apply with both your cover letter and resume through our website, click the "Apply for this Position" button.

Questions about the position? Please reach out Fay Rotman at fay@crawfordconnect.com or 647-338-7706.
Issues with applying? Please call 1 (866) 647-5149 or email info@crawfordconnect.com.

Qualified applicants are invited to submit their resume and letter of interest online, through our website or by email to our consultant, in confidence. We thank all applicants for applying, however, only qualified candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

 

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Gestionnaire, Communications et Relations avec les donateurs

Lieu : Ottawa

Depuis sa mise sur pied en 1986, la Fondation de l’Hôpital Montfort consacre ses énergies à cultiver, à préserver et à accroître le soutien provenant de milliers de donateurs.  La Fondation, qui est sur le point de connaître une autre période de forte croissance, fait fructifier ses avoirs afin de perpétuer une tradition d’excellence. Ses efforts portent sur la modernisation de l’équipement médical, le renforcement des infrastructures, l’enrichissement des services, la satisfaction des besoins prioritaires, ainsi que l’acquittement du double mandat d’enseignement et de recherche de l’établissement.

Au cours de la dernière décennie, la Fondation de l’Hôpital Monfort a mené des campagnes de collecte de fonds réussies qui ont permis d’amasser 14,5 millions de dollars pour les rénovations et l’agrandissement majeur de l’hôpital, ainsi que pour l’achat d’un tomodensitomètre à module cardiaque spécialisé pour l’hôpital.  La prochaine campagne de collecte de fonds de la Fondation sera consacrée au projet du Carrefour santé d’Orléans qui comporte la construction d’un nouvel établissement situé à l’intersection du chemin Mer-Bleue et du boulevard Brian Coburn à Orléans. Le carrefour regroupera plusieurs organismes partenaires de services de santé et communautaires afin de répondre aux besoins de la clientèle dans le cadre d’un modèle de prestation de services de soins complets.

La Fondation tient également des événements distinctifs et des événements auprès de tierces parties, ainsi que des programmes de dons annuels et de dons importants dans le cadre de ses activités de collecte de fonds, où elle sollicite des dons et exprime sa reconnaissance. Ces activités favorisent la survie financière de l’hôpital tout en lui permettant d’accomplir sa mission.

Gestionnaire, Communications et Relations avec les donateurs

Le gestionnaire, Communications et Relations avec les donateurs, relève du vice-président, Philanthropie, et est chargé de déterminer et de mettre en œuvre les activités de commercialisation et de promotion de la Fondation. Il s’occupe aussi des relations avec les médias ainsi que des communications et des activités visant la fidélisation des donateurs pour susciter et favoriser l’appui de la Fondation.

Relations avec les donateurs :

  • Écrit des messages personnalisés aux donateurs et produits des rapports d’impact en réponse à leurs demandes et à leurs intérêts particuliers.
  • Travaille en étroite collaboration avec ses collègues de la Fondation pour mettre en place et coordonner des programmes de fidélisation des donateurs et de reconnaissance (et établir les échéanciers) qui renforcent les liens entre les donateurs et la Fondation ou l’hôpital.
  • Établit un échéancier annuel des activités d’appréciation des donateurs et produit des rapports visant à obtenir une fidélisation exceptionnelle des donateurs.
  • Intègre les occasions de gérance et de reconnaissance aux activités de la Fondation.

Communications internes et externes et commercialisation :

  • Travaille de concert avec ses collègues à l’appui des initiatives de communication et de commercialisation de la Fondation.
  • Crée et met en place le plan annuel de communication et l’échéancier.
  • De concert avec la présidente-directrice générale et le vice-président, Philanthropie, crée des occasions de transmettre des messages et de raconter des histoires qui ont une signification pour les donateurs, au moyen de publications internes (site Web, plateformes de médias sociaux, rapport annuel, publications, activités, etc.) et de sources externes (communiqués, documents imprimés, médias électroniques, etc.).
  • Prépare les notes d’allocution et les scripts pour les porte-parole de la fondation (p. ex. la présidente-directrice générale, les cadres dirigeants, les bénévoles et ceux qui lisent les témoignages des donateurs).
  • Fournit un soutien en communication à la présidente-directrice générale, le cas échéant.
  • Écrit des bulletins sur les donateurs, des lettres de remerciement, des propositions de financement, des rapports d’impact et autres, en demandant l’avis des cadres dirigeants.
  • Veille à ce que les messages clés soient intégrés aux programmes de collecte de fonds annuels (événements phares, activités communautaires, publipostage direct, etc.).
  • Supervise les mises à jour et le nouveau contenu du site Web de la Fondation et des plateformes des médias sociaux.
  • Établit des relations avec des personnes-ressources en commercialisation dans la communauté (p. ex. des graphistes, des photographes, des imprimeurs et d’autres fournisseurs) et coordonne le flux de travail et le budget des fournisseurs.
  • Maintient les normes en matière d’image de marque de la Fondation dans toute l’organisation.

Biens nantis et publications :

  • De concert avec la présidente-directrice générale et le vice-président, Philanthropie, supervise la conception de matériel promotionnel, de fidélisation des donateurs, et lié à la campagne et à la collecte de fonds.
  • Rédige le matériel promotionnel, le contenu du site Web et des plateformes de médias sociaux, les histoires des patients et des donateurs, les publications et autre matériel de communication aux donateurs, le cas échéant.
  • Aide ses collègues de la Fondation à concevoir le matériel de commercialisation et de communication pour les activités et les programmes de la Fondation.
  • Veille au bon usage et à la qualité du français et de l’anglais dans tous les documents publiés et dans les événements liés aux programmes.
  • Établit et met à jour une histoire et une banque de photos.

Relations avec les médias :

  • Établit et entretient de bonnes relations avec les médias; maintient des listes à jour des médias.
  • Cerne de façon continue les occasions proactives et assurées relatives aux médias, les idées d’histoires et les occasions de publication, et en tire parti.
  • Rédige les communiqués de presse, soumet les idées d’histoires et répond aux appels des médias ou les achemine à la personne appropriée.
  • Supervise la préparation et la mise en œuvre des communiqués aux médias dans les deux langues officielles.
  • Écrit les scénarios, coordonne les aspects logistiques et s’occupe des relations avec les médias sur place pendant les activités; crée des fiches de renseignements et des trousses à l’intention des médias.

Formation, expérience et compétences techniques

  • Maîtrise parfaitement le français et l’anglais (à l’oral et à l’écrit); excellent rédacteur et réviseur dans les deux langues.
  • Au moins cinq ans d’expérience en communications liées à des activités de collecte de fonds au sein d’un organisme sans but lucratif, de préférence dans le domaine des soins de santé.
  • Expérience en communications sur toutes les plateformes (sites Web, médias sociaux, marketing, présentations), expérience en édition, un atout.
  • Facilité à établir des liens avec les membres de l’équipe, les donateurs, les bénévoles et les fournisseurs.
  • Attitude engageante avec les intervenants et les membres du personnel hospitalier, très dynamique.
  • Est une personne motivée et capable de travailler à la fois de manière indépendante et au sein d’une équipe.
  • Est habile pour effectuer plusieurs tâches en même temps.
  • Baccalauréat en communication ou dans un domaine connexe.

Pour postuler :

La présente recherche est menée pour le compte de la Fondation de l’Hôpital Montfort par crawfordconnect, une entreprise de recherche spécialisée dans le recrutement de dirigeants et de collecteurs de fonds pour le secteur non marchand du Canada. Si vous connaissez des personnes qui pourraient être intéressées par ce poste, sentez-vous à l’aise de transférer le présent document. Nous serons très heureux de communiquer avec elles.   

Avant le 23 juillet 2018, veuillez postuler en nous faisant parvenir votre lettre d’accompagnement et votre curriculum vitæ par l’intermédiaire de notre site Web.

Avez-vous des questions à propos du poste? Veuillez communiquer avec Fay Rotman à l’adresse fay@crawfordconnect.com ou au 647-338-7706.
Avez-vous de la difficulté à postuler? Veuillez appeler au 1 866 647-5149 ou écrire à info@crawfordconnect.com.

Les candidats qualifiés sont invités à envoyer leur curriculum vitæ et une lettre de motivation en ligne par l’intermédiaire de notre site Web ou par courriel à notre conseiller en toute confiance. Nous remercions tous les candidats qui postulent. Toutefois, nous ne communiquerons qu’avec les candidats qualifiés qui auront été sélectionnés pour une entrevue.

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OpportunityManager Communications & Donor Relations LocationOttawa, ON
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Manager Communications & Donor Relations

Location: Ottawa

Founded in 1986, the Montfort Hospital Foundation has devoted its energies to cultivate, sustain and grow support of thousands of donors.  On the cusp of another period of robust growth, the Foundation increases its assets to perpetuate a tradition of excellence. Its efforts centre on modernizing medical equipment, strengthening infrastructures, enhancing services, meeting priority needs and achieving the hospital’s dual teaching and research mandate.

In the last decade, the Montfort Hospital Foundation has led successful capital campaigns, raising $14.5 million for the major hospital expansion and renovations and to purchase a CT Scanner with a specialized Cardiac Module for the hospital.  The Foundation’s next capital campaign will be for the Orléans Health Hub project that involves the construction of a new facility at the corner of Mer-Bleue Road and Brian Coburn Boulevard in Orléans. The hub will bring together several health and community service partner organizations to respond to client needs within a comprehensive service delivery model of care.

The Foundation also has signature and third-party events, annual giving, and major gifts initiatives in its fundraising, soliciting donations and providing recognition. They promote the hospital’s financial survival while enabling it to achieve its mission.

The Manager Communications & Donor Relations

Reporting to the Vice-President Philanthropy, the Manager, Communications & Donor Relations is responsible for developing and executing all Foundation marketing and promotion efforts, media relations and donor stewardship, communications and activities with the goal of informing and inspiring support for the Foundation.

Donor Relations:

  • Creates personalized donor correspondence/impact reports in response to special interests and requests of donors
  • Works closely with Foundation colleagues to build and coordinate stewardship and recognition programs (and calendars) that enrich relationships between donors and the Foundation/Hospital
  • Develops an annual calendar of donor appreciation activities and reports to ensure exceptional donor stewardship
  • Integrates stewardship/recognition opportunities into Foundation events

Internal/External Communications & Marketing:

  • Works collaboratively with colleagues in support of all communications and marketing initiatives of the Foundation
  • Creates and implements the annual communications plan and calendar
  • In conjunction with the President & CEO and VP Philanthropy, creates opportunities to communicate and disseminate messages and stories that resonate with donors through internal publications (Website, Social Media platforms, Annual Report, Hospital publications, events, etc.) and through external sources (news releases, print and electronic media, etc.)
  • Prepares speaking notes/scripts for organizational spokespeople (e.g. CEO, senior staff, volunteers, donor testimonials)
  • Provides communication support to the CEO as required
  • Writes donor newsletters, acknowledgement letters, funding proposals, impact reports, etc. with input from senior staff
  • Ensures that key messages are integrated into annual fund programs (signature & community events, direct mail appeals, etc.)
  • Oversees ongoing updates and new content to Foundation website and social media platforms
  • Establishes relationships with marketing resources in the community (e.g. graphic design, photographers, printers, and other suppliers) and coordinates supplier workflow/budget
  • Maintains Foundation brand identity standards across the organization

Collateral/Publications:

  • In consultation with the President & CEO and the VP, Philanthropy, oversees the development of promotional, campaign, fund raising and stewardship materials
  • Writes promotional materials, website content and Social Media platforms, patient/donor stories, publications and other donor communication materials as required
  • Supports Foundation colleagues in the development of marketing and communication materials for Foundation events and programs
  • Ensures appropriate use and quality control of French and English  in all publications and in event programs
  • Develops and maintains a story and photo bank

Media Relations:

  • Develops and ensures good relations with the media; maintains updated media lists
  • Identifies and implements proactive media opportunities, story ideas and earned media/editorial opportunities on an ongoing basis
  • Writes press releases, pitches stories and responds to or redirects media calls
  • Oversees the preparation and roll out of media releases in both official languages
  • Writes scenarios, coordinates logistics and provides onsite media relations during events; produces fact sheets and media kits

Education, Experience & Technical Skills

  • Fluently bilingual French and English (oral, verbal and written); a natural writer and editor in both languages
  • At least five years of communications experience related fundraising in non-profit, preferably in healthcare
  • Experience in communications across all platforms (websites, social media, marketing, presentations, (publishing experience is an asset)
  • Strength in relationship building with team, donors, volunteers, suppliers
  • Engaging with stakeholders and hospital staff, high energy
  • Self-motivated, able to work independently and as part of a team;
  • Ability to multi-task
  • Bachelor’s Degree in journalism or a related communication field

To apply:

This search is being conducted on behalf of Fondation Montfort Foundation by crawfordconnect, a search firm specializing in recruiting leaders and fundraisers for Canada’s non-profit sector. If someone you know may be interested in this position please feel free to forward this document – we would be pleased to connect with them.   

By July 23, 2018, please apply with both your cover letter and resume through our website, click the "Apply for this Position" button.

Questions about the position? Please reach out Fay Rotman at fay@crawfordconnect.com or 647-338-7706.
Issues with applying? Please call 1 (866) 647-5149 or email info@crawfordconnect.com.

Qualified applicants are invited to submit their resume and letter of interest online, through our website or by email to our consultant, in confidence. We thank all applicants for applying, however, only qualified candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

 

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Gestionnaire, Communications et Relations avec les donateurs

Lieu : Ottawa

Depuis sa mise sur pied en 1986, la Fondation de l’Hôpital Montfort consacre ses énergies à cultiver, à préserver et à accroître le soutien provenant de milliers de donateurs.  La Fondation, qui est sur le point de connaître une autre période de forte croissance, fait fructifier ses avoirs afin de perpétuer une tradition d’excellence. Ses efforts portent sur la modernisation de l’équipement médical, le renforcement des infrastructures, l’enrichissement des services, la satisfaction des besoins prioritaires, ainsi que l’acquittement du double mandat d’enseignement et de recherche de l’établissement.

Au cours de la dernière décennie, la Fondation de l’Hôpital Monfort a mené des campagnes de collecte de fonds réussies qui ont permis d’amasser 14,5 millions de dollars pour les rénovations et l’agrandissement majeur de l’hôpital, ainsi que pour l’achat d’un tomodensitomètre à module cardiaque spécialisé pour l’hôpital.  La prochaine campagne de collecte de fonds de la Fondation sera consacrée au projet du Carrefour santé d’Orléans qui comporte la construction d’un nouvel établissement situé à l’intersection du chemin Mer-Bleue et du boulevard Brian Coburn à Orléans. Le carrefour regroupera plusieurs organismes partenaires de services de santé et communautaires afin de répondre aux besoins de la clientèle dans le cadre d’un modèle de prestation de services de soins complets.

La Fondation tient également des événements distinctifs et des événements auprès de tierces parties, ainsi que des programmes de dons annuels et de dons importants dans le cadre de ses activités de collecte de fonds, où elle sollicite des dons et exprime sa reconnaissance. Ces activités favorisent la survie financière de l’hôpital tout en lui permettant d’accomplir sa mission.

Gestionnaire, Communications et Relations avec les donateurs

Le gestionnaire, Communications et Relations avec les donateurs, relève du vice-président, Philanthropie, et est chargé de déterminer et de mettre en œuvre les activités de commercialisation et de promotion de la Fondation. Il s’occupe aussi des relations avec les médias ainsi que des communications et des activités visant la fidélisation des donateurs pour susciter et favoriser l’appui de la Fondation.

Relations avec les donateurs :

  • Écrit des messages personnalisés aux donateurs et produits des rapports d’impact en réponse à leurs demandes et à leurs intérêts particuliers.
  • Travaille en étroite collaboration avec ses collègues de la Fondation pour mettre en place et coordonner des programmes de fidélisation des donateurs et de reconnaissance (et établir les échéanciers) qui renforcent les liens entre les donateurs et la Fondation ou l’hôpital.
  • Établit un échéancier annuel des activités d’appréciation des donateurs et produit des rapports visant à obtenir une fidélisation exceptionnelle des donateurs.
  • Intègre les occasions de gérance et de reconnaissance aux activités de la Fondation.

Communications internes et externes et commercialisation :

  • Travaille de concert avec ses collègues à l’appui des initiatives de communication et de commercialisation de la Fondation.
  • Crée et met en place le plan annuel de communication et l’échéancier.
  • De concert avec la présidente-directrice générale et le vice-président, Philanthropie, crée des occasions de transmettre des messages et de raconter des histoires qui ont une signification pour les donateurs, au moyen de publications internes (site Web, plateformes de médias sociaux, rapport annuel, publications, activités, etc.) et de sources externes (communiqués, documents imprimés, médias électroniques, etc.).
  • Prépare les notes d’allocution et les scripts pour les porte-parole de la fondation (p. ex. la présidente-directrice générale, les cadres dirigeants, les bénévoles et ceux qui lisent les témoignages des donateurs).
  • Fournit un soutien en communication à la présidente-directrice générale, le cas échéant.
  • Écrit des bulletins sur les donateurs, des lettres de remerciement, des propositions de financement, des rapports d’impact et autres, en demandant l’avis des cadres dirigeants.
  • Veille à ce que les messages clés soient intégrés aux programmes de collecte de fonds annuels (événements phares, activités communautaires, publipostage direct, etc.).
  • Supervise les mises à jour et le nouveau contenu du site Web de la Fondation et des plateformes des médias sociaux.
  • Établit des relations avec des personnes-ressources en commercialisation dans la communauté (p. ex. des graphistes, des photographes, des imprimeurs et d’autres fournisseurs) et coordonne le flux de travail et le budget des fournisseurs.
  • Maintient les normes en matière d’image de marque de la Fondation dans toute l’organisation.

Biens nantis et publications :

  • De concert avec la présidente-directrice générale et le vice-président, Philanthropie, supervise la conception de matériel promotionnel, de fidélisation des donateurs, et lié à la campagne et à la collecte de fonds.
  • Rédige le matériel promotionnel, le contenu du site Web et des plateformes de médias sociaux, les histoires des patients et des donateurs, les publications et autre matériel de communication aux donateurs, le cas échéant.
  • Aide ses collègues de la Fondation à concevoir le matériel de commercialisation et de communication pour les activités et les programmes de la Fondation.
  • Veille au bon usage et à la qualité du français et de l’anglais dans tous les documents publiés et dans les événements liés aux programmes.
  • Établit et met à jour une histoire et une banque de photos.

Relations avec les médias :

  • Établit et entretient de bonnes relations avec les médias; maintient des listes à jour des médias.
  • Cerne de façon continue les occasions proactives et assurées relatives aux médias, les idées d’histoires et les occasions de publication, et en tire parti.
  • Rédige les communiqués de presse, soumet les idées d’histoires et répond aux appels des médias ou les achemine à la personne appropriée.
  • Supervise la préparation et la mise en œuvre des communiqués aux médias dans les deux langues officielles.
  • Écrit les scénarios, coordonne les aspects logistiques et s’occupe des relations avec les médias sur place pendant les activités; crée des fiches de renseignements et des trousses à l’intention des médias.

Formation, expérience et compétences techniques

  • Maîtrise parfaitement le français et l’anglais (à l’oral et à l’écrit); excellent rédacteur et réviseur dans les deux langues.
  • Au moins cinq ans d’expérience en communications liées à des activités de collecte de fonds au sein d’un organisme sans but lucratif, de préférence dans le domaine des soins de santé.
  • Expérience en communications sur toutes les plateformes (sites Web, médias sociaux, marketing, présentations), expérience en édition, un atout.
  • Facilité à établir des liens avec les membres de l’équipe, les donateurs, les bénévoles et les fournisseurs.
  • Attitude engageante avec les intervenants et les membres du personnel hospitalier, très dynamique.
  • Est une personne motivée et capable de travailler à la fois de manière indépendante et au sein d’une équipe.
  • Est habile pour effectuer plusieurs tâches en même temps.
  • Baccalauréat en communication ou dans un domaine connexe.

Pour postuler :

La présente recherche est menée pour le compte de la Fondation de l’Hôpital Montfort par crawfordconnect, une entreprise de recherche spécialisée dans le recrutement de dirigeants et de collecteurs de fonds pour le secteur non marchand du Canada. Si vous connaissez des personnes qui pourraient être intéressées par ce poste, sentez-vous à l’aise de transférer le présent document. Nous serons très heureux de communiquer avec elles.   

Avant le 23 juillet 2018, veuillez postuler en nous faisant parvenir votre lettre d’accompagnement et votre curriculum vitæ par l’intermédiaire de notre site Web.

Avez-vous des questions à propos du poste? Veuillez communiquer avec Fay Rotman à l’adresse fay@crawfordconnect.com ou au 647-338-7706.
Avez-vous de la difficulté à postuler? Veuillez appeler au 1 866 647-5149 ou écrire à info@crawfordconnect.com.

Les candidats qualifiés sont invités à envoyer leur curriculum vitæ et une lettre de motivation en ligne par l’intermédiaire de notre site Web ou par courriel à notre conseiller en toute confiance. Nous remercions tous les candidats qui postulent. Toutefois, nous ne communiquerons qu’avec les candidats qualifiés qui auront été sélectionnés pour une entrevue.

Apply By07/23/2018
OpportunityManager Communications & Donor Relations LocationOttawa, ON
Posting

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Manager Communications & Donor Relations

Location: Ottawa

Founded in 1986, the Montfort Hospital Foundation has devoted its energies to cultivate, sustain and grow support of thousands of donors.  On the cusp of another period of robust growth, the Foundation increases its assets to perpetuate a tradition of excellence. Its efforts centre on modernizing medical equipment, strengthening infrastructures, enhancing services, meeting priority needs and achieving the hospital’s dual teaching and research mandate.

In the last decade, the Montfort Hospital Foundation has led successful capital campaigns, raising $14.5 million for the major hospital expansion and renovations and to purchase a CT Scanner with a specialized Cardiac Module for the hospital.  The Foundation’s next capital campaign will be for the Orléans Health Hub project that involves the construction of a new facility at the corner of Mer-Bleue Road and Brian Coburn Boulevard in Orléans. The hub will bring together several health and community service partner organizations to respond to client needs within a comprehensive service delivery model of care.

The Foundation also has signature and third-party events, annual giving, and major gifts initiatives in its fundraising, soliciting donations and providing recognition. They promote the hospital’s financial survival while enabling it to achieve its mission.

The Manager Communications & Donor Relations

Reporting to the Vice-President Philanthropy, the Manager, Communications & Donor Relations is responsible for developing and executing all Foundation marketing and promotion efforts, media relations and donor stewardship, communications and activities with the goal of informing and inspiring support for the Foundation.

Donor Relations:

  • Creates personalized donor correspondence/impact reports in response to special interests and requests of donors
  • Works closely with Foundation colleagues to build and coordinate stewardship and recognition programs (and calendars) that enrich relationships between donors and the Foundation/Hospital
  • Develops an annual calendar of donor appreciation activities and reports to ensure exceptional donor stewardship
  • Integrates stewardship/recognition opportunities into Foundation events

Internal/External Communications & Marketing:

  • Works collaboratively with colleagues in support of all communications and marketing initiatives of the Foundation
  • Creates and implements the annual communications plan and calendar
  • In conjunction with the President & CEO and VP Philanthropy, creates opportunities to communicate and disseminate messages and stories that resonate with donors through internal publications (Website, Social Media platforms, Annual Report, Hospital publications, events, etc.) and through external sources (news releases, print and electronic media, etc.)
  • Prepares speaking notes/scripts for organizational spokespeople (e.g. CEO, senior staff, volunteers, donor testimonials)
  • Provides communication support to the CEO as required
  • Writes donor newsletters, acknowledgement letters, funding proposals, impact reports, etc. with input from senior staff
  • Ensures that key messages are integrated into annual fund programs (signature & community events, direct mail appeals, etc.)
  • Oversees ongoing updates and new content to Foundation website and social media platforms
  • Establishes relationships with marketing resources in the community (e.g. graphic design, photographers, printers, and other suppliers) and coordinates supplier workflow/budget
  • Maintains Foundation brand identity standards across the organization

Collateral/Publications:

  • In consultation with the President & CEO and the VP, Philanthropy, oversees the development of promotional, campaign, fund raising and stewardship materials
  • Writes promotional materials, website content and Social Media platforms, patient/donor stories, publications and other donor communication materials as required
  • Supports Foundation colleagues in the development of marketing and communication materials for Foundation events and programs
  • Ensures appropriate use and quality control of French and English  in all publications and in event programs
  • Develops and maintains a story and photo bank

Media Relations:

  • Develops and ensures good relations with the media; maintains updated media lists
  • Identifies and implements proactive media opportunities, story ideas and earned media/editorial opportunities on an ongoing basis
  • Writes press releases, pitches stories and responds to or redirects media calls
  • Oversees the preparation and roll out of media releases in both official languages
  • Writes scenarios, coordinates logistics and provides onsite media relations during events; produces fact sheets and media kits

Education, Experience & Technical Skills

  • Fluently bilingual French and English (oral, verbal and written); a natural writer and editor in both languages
  • At least five years of communications experience related fundraising in non-profit, preferably in healthcare
  • Experience in communications across all platforms (websites, social media, marketing, presentations, (publishing experience is an asset)
  • Strength in relationship building with team, donors, volunteers, suppliers
  • Engaging with stakeholders and hospital staff, high energy
  • Self-motivated, able to work independently and as part of a team;
  • Ability to multi-task
  • Bachelor’s Degree in journalism or a related communication field

To apply:

This search is being conducted on behalf of Fondation Montfort Foundation by crawfordconnect, a search firm specializing in recruiting leaders and fundraisers for Canada’s non-profit sector. If someone you know may be interested in this position please feel free to forward this document – we would be pleased to connect with them.   

By July 23, 2018, please apply with both your cover letter and resume through our website, click the "Apply for this Position" button.

Questions about the position? Please reach out Fay Rotman at fay@crawfordconnect.com or 647-338-7706.
Issues with applying? Please call 1 (866) 647-5149 or email info@crawfordconnect.com.

Qualified applicants are invited to submit their resume and letter of interest online, through our website or by email to our consultant, in confidence. We thank all applicants for applying, however, only qualified candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

 

  - 103

Gestionnaire, Communications et Relations avec les donateurs

Lieu : Ottawa

Depuis sa mise sur pied en 1986, la Fondation de l’Hôpital Montfort consacre ses énergies à cultiver, à préserver et à accroître le soutien provenant de milliers de donateurs.  La Fondation, qui est sur le point de connaître une autre période de forte croissance, fait fructifier ses avoirs afin de perpétuer une tradition d’excellence. Ses efforts portent sur la modernisation de l’équipement médical, le renforcement des infrastructures, l’enrichissement des services, la satisfaction des besoins prioritaires, ainsi que l’acquittement du double mandat d’enseignement et de recherche de l’établissement.

Au cours de la dernière décennie, la Fondation de l’Hôpital Monfort a mené des campagnes de collecte de fonds réussies qui ont permis d’amasser 14,5 millions de dollars pour les rénovations et l’agrandissement majeur de l’hôpital, ainsi que pour l’achat d’un tomodensitomètre à module cardiaque spécialisé pour l’hôpital.  La prochaine campagne de collecte de fonds de la Fondation sera consacrée au projet du Carrefour santé d’Orléans qui comporte la construction d’un nouvel établissement situé à l’intersection du chemin Mer-Bleue et du boulevard Brian Coburn à Orléans. Le carrefour regroupera plusieurs organismes partenaires de services de santé et communautaires afin de répondre aux besoins de la clientèle dans le cadre d’un modèle de prestation de services de soins complets.

La Fondation tient également des événements distinctifs et des événements auprès de tierces parties, ainsi que des programmes de dons annuels et de dons importants dans le cadre de ses activités de collecte de fonds, où elle sollicite des dons et exprime sa reconnaissance. Ces activités favorisent la survie financière de l’hôpital tout en lui permettant d’accomplir sa mission.

Gestionnaire, Communications et Relations avec les donateurs

Le gestionnaire, Communications et Relations avec les donateurs, relève du vice-président, Philanthropie, et est chargé de déterminer et de mettre en œuvre les activités de commercialisation et de promotion de la Fondation. Il s’occupe aussi des relations avec les médias ainsi que des communications et des activités visant la fidélisation des donateurs pour susciter et favoriser l’appui de la Fondation.

Relations avec les donateurs :

  • Écrit des messages personnalisés aux donateurs et produits des rapports d’impact en réponse à leurs demandes et à leurs intérêts particuliers.
  • Travaille en étroite collaboration avec ses collègues de la Fondation pour mettre en place et coordonner des programmes de fidélisation des donateurs et de reconnaissance (et établir les échéanciers) qui renforcent les liens entre les donateurs et la Fondation ou l’hôpital.
  • Établit un échéancier annuel des activités d’appréciation des donateurs et produit des rapports visant à obtenir une fidélisation exceptionnelle des donateurs.
  • Intègre les occasions de gérance et de reconnaissance aux activités de la Fondation.

Communications internes et externes et commercialisation :

  • Travaille de concert avec ses collègues à l’appui des initiatives de communication et de commercialisation de la Fondation.
  • Crée et met en place le plan annuel de communication et l’échéancier.
  • De concert avec la présidente-directrice générale et le vice-président, Philanthropie, crée des occasions de transmettre des messages et de raconter des histoires qui ont une signification pour les donateurs, au moyen de publications internes (site Web, plateformes de médias sociaux, rapport annuel, publications, activités, etc.) et de sources externes (communiqués, documents imprimés, médias électroniques, etc.).
  • Prépare les notes d’allocution et les scripts pour les porte-parole de la fondation (p. ex. la présidente-directrice générale, les cadres dirigeants, les bénévoles et ceux qui lisent les témoignages des donateurs).
  • Fournit un soutien en communication à la présidente-directrice générale, le cas échéant.
  • Écrit des bulletins sur les donateurs, des lettres de remerciement, des propositions de financement, des rapports d’impact et autres, en demandant l’avis des cadres dirigeants.
  • Veille à ce que les messages clés soient intégrés aux programmes de collecte de fonds annuels (événements phares, activités communautaires, publipostage direct, etc.).
  • Supervise les mises à jour et le nouveau contenu du site Web de la Fondation et des plateformes des médias sociaux.
  • Établit des relations avec des personnes-ressources en commercialisation dans la communauté (p. ex. des graphistes, des photographes, des imprimeurs et d’autres fournisseurs) et coordonne le flux de travail et le budget des fournisseurs.
  • Maintient les normes en matière d’image de marque de la Fondation dans toute l’organisation.

Biens nantis et publications :

  • De concert avec la présidente-directrice générale et le vice-président, Philanthropie, supervise la conception de matériel promotionnel, de fidélisation des donateurs, et lié à la campagne et à la collecte de fonds.
  • Rédige le matériel promotionnel, le contenu du site Web et des plateformes de médias sociaux, les histoires des patients et des donateurs, les publications et autre matériel de communication aux donateurs, le cas échéant.
  • Aide ses collègues de la Fondation à concevoir le matériel de commercialisation et de communication pour les activités et les programmes de la Fondation.
  • Veille au bon usage et à la qualité du français et de l’anglais dans tous les documents publiés et dans les événements liés aux programmes.
  • Établit et met à jour une histoire et une banque de photos.

Relations avec les médias :

  • Établit et entretient de bonnes relations avec les médias; maintient des listes à jour des médias.
  • Cerne de façon continue les occasions proactives et assurées relatives aux médias, les idées d’histoires et les occasions de publication, et en tire parti.
  • Rédige les communiqués de presse, soumet les idées d’histoires et répond aux appels des médias ou les achemine à la personne appropriée.
  • Supervise la préparation et la mise en œuvre des communiqués aux médias dans les deux langues officielles.
  • Écrit les scénarios, coordonne les aspects logistiques et s’occupe des relations avec les médias sur place pendant les activités; crée des fiches de renseignements et des trousses à l’intention des médias.

Formation, expérience et compétences techniques

  • Maîtrise parfaitement le français et l’anglais (à l’oral et à l’écrit); excellent rédacteur et réviseur dans les deux langues.
  • Au moins cinq ans d’expérience en communications liées à des activités de collecte de fonds au sein d’un organisme sans but lucratif, de préférence dans le domaine des soins de santé.
  • Expérience en communications sur toutes les plateformes (sites Web, médias sociaux, marketing, présentations), expérience en édition, un atout.
  • Facilité à établir des liens avec les membres de l’équipe, les donateurs, les bénévoles et les fournisseurs.
  • Attitude engageante avec les intervenants et les membres du personnel hospitalier, très dynamique.
  • Est une personne motivée et capable de travailler à la fois de manière indépendante et au sein d’une équipe.
  • Est habile pour effectuer plusieurs tâches en même temps.
  • Baccalauréat en communication ou dans un domaine connexe.

Pour postuler :

La présente recherche est menée pour le compte de la Fondation de l’Hôpital Montfort par crawfordconnect, une entreprise de recherche spécialisée dans le recrutement de dirigeants et de collecteurs de fonds pour le secteur non marchand du Canada. Si vous connaissez des personnes qui pourraient être intéressées par ce poste, sentez-vous à l’aise de transférer le présent document. Nous serons très heureux de communiquer avec elles.   

Avant le 23 juillet 2018, veuillez postuler en nous faisant parvenir votre lettre d’accompagnement et votre curriculum vitæ par l’intermédiaire de notre site Web.

Avez-vous des questions à propos du poste? Veuillez communiquer avec Fay Rotman à l’adresse fay@crawfordconnect.com ou au 647-338-7706.
Avez-vous de la difficulté à postuler? Veuillez appeler au 1 866 647-5149 ou écrire à info@crawfordconnect.com.

Les candidats qualifiés sont invités à envoyer leur curriculum vitæ et une lettre de motivation en ligne par l’intermédiaire de notre site Web ou par courriel à notre conseiller en toute confiance. Nous remercions tous les candidats qui postulent. Toutefois, nous ne communiquerons qu’avec les candidats qualifiés qui auront été sélectionnés pour une entrevue.

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