1) Invasive Species Council of BC seeks a Development Officer
TERM: Full Time
LOCATIONS: Located ideally in the Lower Mainland, but other locations in BC may be considered.
WAGE: Based on experience and qualifications
CLOSING: March 14, 2014
Invasive Species Council of BC (ISCBC) seeks an established, full-time fundraising professional who desires a fresh, new opportunity in a virtual setting. Reporting to the Executive Director, this position will lead the establishment of an inaugural Development Program with a goal of increasing funds to support invasive species management strategies throughout BC. The Council is investing in the creation of a program that will have major gifts and planned giving components and, over time, will become a key component of revenue generation.
If this is for you, it will be a solid move in your career and provide you with a rare opportunity to develop and implement this initiative with the full support of the organization and with initial guidance of senior fundraising counsel. Your high standards of practice, excellent communications skills and fundraising knowledge has led you to this.
This is a virtual organization in practice, so your office is where you live- ideally in the Lower Mainland, but anywhere in BC could be fine as we are flexible for the right person. You will join a province-wide team who enjoys working interdependently and has a true desire to succeed.
Required Qualifications, Knowledge, Education and Skills:
You have a minimum of 5 years demonstrated fundraising success in an organization with a fundraising mandate. Your background could be varied including annual or capital giving, planned giving, and/or major gift acquisitions. You are experienced in donor cycle activities, enjoy cultivating successful internal and external relationships with staff, volunteers and donors and have an effective problem-solving approach. You are ambitious, have sound analytical and organizational skills and excellent fundraising writing abilities. Your computer literacy includes a sound working knowledge of fundraising databases. Excellent written and oral skills are a true requirement.
Along with competitive compensation, there is superior health and dental benefits, group life insurance, and an attractive RRSP plan. Training & development opportunities are provided along with the chance to work in a thriving organization with dedicated and passionate people.
We want to meet you if you are a strong candidate. Please email your resume and cover letter to Gail Wallin, Executive Director at email@example.com (250-305-9161)
Job Description (PDF)
The Invasive Species Council of BC is a provincial leader in BC and recognized across Canada for bringing people together to build a healthier natural BC that reduces the economic and environment losses caused by invasive species.
Together! Prevent! Restore!
2) Southern Interior Weed Management Committee seeks an Assistant Program Manager
TERM: March 10, 2014 - October 15, 2015
LOCATION: Kamloops, BC
Contact the SIWMC to see if this position deadline for applications has been extended.
Job Description (PDF)