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AFP Saskatoon Chapter offers organizations the opportunity to publish job postings on our website. Postings are usually made public and shared with Chapter members within 48 hours, and will remain on our website for a month after the posting date.
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CURRENT JOB POSTINGS:
- Manager of Annual Giving - SPH Foundation
- PRESIDENT & CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER - CALGARY HEALTH TRUST
- EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR - SASKATOON FOLKFEST INC.
- MANAGER, ANNUAL GIVING - HOSPITALS OF REGINA FOUNDATION
- COORDINATOR, FUNDRAISING - SASKATOON SPCA
Manager of Annual Giving
Organization: St. Paul's Hospital Foundation
Posted On: 2018-11-08
Closing On: 2018-11-19
Location: Saskatoon, SK
Employment Type: Full-Time
St. Paul’s Hospital Foundation requires an Annual Giving Manager. We are seeking an experienced fundraising professional to manage our annual giving program and strategically target annual gifts from individuals, corporations and other organizations for the benefit of the patients we serve at St. Paul’s Hospital.
An ability to empathize with donors and clearly communicate our organization’s mission is required. The successful candidate will join the Foundation’s exceptional fundraising team. You have post-secondary education, are organized, detail-oriented, with strong communication and planning skills and can establish and maintain good working relationships with donors, volunteers, hospital staff, co-workers and external partners. We are looking for a minimum of 3 years experience running a direct mail fundraising program, an employee campaign and planning special events with an enthusiastic volunteer committee. The successful candidate will have an opportunity to work on a fundraising capital campaign in 2019.
This is a fulltime permanent position with a salary range of $55,909 - $83,864 and an attractive benefits package.
Please apply in confidence before November 19, 2018, with resume and references to the CEO, St. Paul’s Hospital Foundation at firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to 1702 20th Street West, Saskatoon, SK S7M 0Z9.
A criminal record check will be required.
We thank all applicants. Only those granted an interview will be contacted
PRESIDENT & CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
Organization: Calgary Health Trust
Posted On: 2018-10-17
Closing On: 2018-11-13
Location: Calgary, AB
Employment Type: Full-Time
We are seeking an outstanding new President & CEO to partner with our Board and donors as we transform healthcare in Calgary and throughout southern Alberta.
Reporting to the Board of the Trust, and working in close collaboration with Alberta Health Services (AHS) leadership, the President & CEO will be accountable for the overall leadership, executive management, and success of the Trust, and for ensuring its effective and efficient operation.
The President & CEO will work with the Board to establish and achieve the strategic goals and objectives of the Trust, and provide visionary leadership to the Trust as it moves into a new funding model. This role will also provide innovative leadership and talent management to our professional staff. With oversight for the Trust’s fundraising success, the President & CEO will be responsible for building donor relationships in our community and ensuring the achievement of our financial objectives.
In order to optimize opportunities for success, the President & CEO will have a strong, productive, and positive relationship with AHS, and will work closely and meet regularly with the AHS’s leadership group. The new incumbent will build the Trust’s profile and brand, and will work collaboratively with the AHS leadership team to identify fundraising priorities. The President & CEO will also foster positive relationships and confidence between the Trust and our other community health partners and constituents, including our hospital and care sites, Universities, and other health and community care organizations.
ABOUT CALGARY HEALTH TRUST
Calgary Health Trust serves as a catalyst that connects donor passion with treatment, education, and research priorities in the Calgary hospital and medical care community. As the fundraising arm of AHS in greater Calgary, the Trust raises and disburses philanthropic healthcare gifts and other funds across Calgary and the surrounding area.
The Trust was established in 1996 when the Province of Alberta restructured the healthcare system. Philanthropists involved with the Calgary Health Region, and several of Calgary’s hospital foundations, saw the need to coordinate the efforts of the existing healthcare foundations by creating one cohesive organization. Since then, the Trust has raised over $427 million for healthcare.
We transform healthcare in Alberta by funding state-of-the-art technology, innovative programs, research and education. The funds raised by the Trust benefit Foothills Medical Centre, Peter Lougheed Centre, Rockyview General Hospital, South Health Campus, many community health programs and 12 Carewest care centres in the Calgary community.
The Trust’s fundraising efforts are currently focused on three pillars:
- Developing world-class care.
- Impacting Albertans and their families.
- Improving the quality of life for those in our community.
Our over 30 dedicated professionals work closely with AHS and community partners to identify key priorities where philanthropic support will ensure excellence. In addition to our hospitals, health programs, and Carewest centres, our priority needs include:
- Newborn Health
- Emergency Pediatric Pod
- Carewest: Close to Home Campaign
- Gastroenterology and Endoscopy
- Inflammatory Bowel Disease Research & Wellness Clinic
Trust operations have been funded in part with the support of AHS. Now, the nature of our operations funding model is evolving away from the AHS-funded model, and is entering a new stage in our growth and development. We are seeking to move to a more engaged campaign model, and further our social enterprise options.
We are committed to building strong partnerships with donors, volunteers, and health professionals that are characterized by integrity, accountability, creativity, and results. We believe strongly in matching donor interests with healthcare priorities, ultimately making a difference and improving the quality of life for our community. We believe that every donor has a story, every gift has a vision, and every patient’s life can be changed.
Fundraising at Calgary Health Trust
In the 2017/18 fiscal year, the Trust provided $11.1 million to hospitals and community programs, research initiatives held at the University of Calgary, and a number of other partners who are aligned with our vision to transform healthcare in Alberta.
The Trust is grateful for the thousands of donors, contributors, event attendees, and lottery ticket buyers that support us every year. In fiscal 2017/18, our net revenue was over $26.9 million, which includes $16 million from individual and corporation donations. Net revenues from our lotteries were $8.2 million and from events were $3.2 million.
Our newest fundraising initiative is the “Newborns Need” campaign, now in development. This transformative approach to newborn health across the region seeks to raise $60 million, and has already raised over $34 million in gifts and pledges.
For more information see the following:
Looking forward, our strategic considerations for Fiscal 2019 – in addition to our ongoing committed activities and projects, include the following:
- Fiscal Sustainability: Focus on our current and future operations funding to ensure long term sustainability.
- Broaden our Offerings and Fundraising: Including capacity building in our fundraising activities, such as: an ongoing Door to Door Campaign test; launching the Newborns Need Campaign, and investigating other new campaigns; mobile & staff giving kiosks; and giving clubs such as a Chair’s Circle.
- Sharpen the CHT Brand to Enhance the Trust’s Profile: Through brand development, a stronger site presence, AHS Staff and Physician Engagement, and the building of a culture of philanthropy.
- Develop and Acquire Talent: Ensure a strong team through staffing, Board and Council development, and support.
THE IDEAL CANDIDATE
Passionate and driven to transform healthcare, the new President & CEO of the Trust will be a strong leader who inspires staff, volunteers, donors, and partners. Entrepreneurial and innovative, the new incumbent will be excited by big ideas and the opportunity to partner in building the brand of the Trust. The new incumbent will motivate our constituents to join us in empowering transformational change.
As an exceptional strategist who thrives in a complex and political environment, the President & CEO will have a robust leadership and organizational management track record, ideally developed in a health care or similarly intricate organization. The ideal candidate will set a focused direction for the Trust, with clear expectations and measurable metrics for volunteers and staff. The President and CEO will be caring and empathetic with experience supporting a team through change.
The ideal candidate will possess a natural inclination to collaboration and openness to adaptation and change. The successful candidate will develop and sustain strong collegial relationships with physicians, clinicians, and senior health administrators, encouraging their participation and assistance in the cultivation and stewardship of potential donors. The new incumbent will actively promote an internal culture of philanthropy.
Credible and authentic, the President & CEO will inspire trust and will bring a businesslike and respectful approach to working with Trust Board members, Fund Development Councils, and other volunteers. Perceptive and insightful, the ideal candidate will possess political savvy, and will understand the complex interplay between provincial, regional, and municipal politics. The ideal candidate’s unquestioned reputation and dedication to the community will be apparent in everything they do.
The President & CEO will display sensitivity to a wide variety of supporters, partners, and stakeholders with a donor-centric, relationship-building focus attuned to the nuances of health care in our community. In addition to developing relationships across the community, the successful candidate will be comfortable playing a lead role in the cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of key donors. The President & CEO will actively develop profile and visibility in the media and with the public that benefits the Trust as “top of mind” for our community’s philanthropy. As an engaging and energetic individual, the ideal candidate will have exceptional communication and presentation skills, characterized with charisma and eloquence.
Reporting to the Foundation’s Board of Directors through the Chair, the President & CEO will be responsible for the overall vision, leadership, management, and operation of the Trust. Key areas of responsibility include:
Strategic Planning and Operational Excellence
- Lead the development of the Trust’s strategic plan, for approval by the Board.
- Develop annual business and financial plans in partnership with Trust staff.
- Develop positive, strong and collaborative relationships and partnerships with AHS, the Hospitals, other community facilities, and with other internal and external stakeholders to further the mission and vision of the Trust.
- Build the broad capability of the Trust by assessing the existing organizational structure, team, programs, events, and products to refine, improve and build on existing strengths and new opportunities.
- Ensure the rigour and quality of Trust activities by establishing and monitoring appropriate metrics to evaluate Trust performance.
- Keep current on trends and monitor best practices in the sector and contribute to their implementation within the Trust.
- Maintain relationships with other healthcare philanthropy professionals and leaders across Canada to ensure ongoing knowledge of best practices and to benchmark the Trust’s performance.
- Ensure the Trust’s compliance with legal, regulatory, and ethical standards.
- Partner with the Vice President & CFO to demonstrate fiscal accountability to the Board and ensure appropriate systems and structures are in place for the effective management and control of the Trust and its resources (including human resources).
- In partnership with the Vice President, Development, plan and execute the operational plans for all philanthropic revenue streams.
- Ensure the development of benchmarks to measure and monitor performance against these plans.
- Liaise with AHS, Hospital, and program leaders to define program, equipment, and financial requirements.
- In consultation and collaboration with AHS and the Vice President, lead the development of cases for support to build awareness of philanthropic opportunities.
- Work with the Vice President, Development to ensure full integration and coordination of the programs to leverage donor engagement and fundraising results.
- Lead the cultivation, solicitation and stewardship of principal and major gift prospects, including individuals and foundations, and strategic partnerships with corporations and other organizations.
- Develop and champion a culture of philanthropy and community engagement across offices and sites.
- Build relationships with key Board members and volunteers, physicians and senior staff, in order to develop and solicit key prospects and to build linkages between the Trust prospects and donors.
- Identify business development opportunities which support the Trust’s strategic plan.
Collaborative Relationship Building
- Lead an effective set of external organizational relationships with AHS, University of Calgary, health sector foundations, the Government of Alberta, and other NGO’s in the community as required.
- Initiate and negotiate appropriate and strategic agreements and partnerships with community and provincial organizations.
- Maintain ongoing positive relationships with new and existing donors, volunteers, and community members.
- Develop and maintain effective working relationships with physicians, clinicians, and staff across the Trust’s sites; identify key physicians, clinicians, and senior staff to act as the Trust’s ambassadors and to help develop key donor relationships.
- Identify, and lend support to, opportunities that help to build awareness of the Trust and to foster a culture of philanthropy.
- Provide guidance, training, and support to any volunteers or hospital staff who serve as partners in fundraising activities.
Staff and Team Leadership
- Build and support a dynamic staff team to define, plan and manage the Trust’s overall mission and vision.
- Ensure that the Trust’s mix of fundraising activities and staffing are appropriately balanced to support the strategic goals of the Trust, and to ensure effective and efficient use of financial, staff, and volunteer resources.
- Provide leadership, management and coaching to the Trust’s employees, ensuring that the Trust is optimally organized and staffed to achieve its vision and financial goals.
- Create an environment in which staff are supported, enabled, and empowered to deliver excellence and reach their full potential through creativity and collaboration.
- Engage every member of the team in working collaboratively towards the integration of programs and activities in support of our overall collective goals.
- Encourage staff to combine best practices with creativity and new ways of approaching problems and opportunities.
- Establish performance measures and goals for all direct reports, which are aligned with the goals of the Trust; ensure annual reviews and assessments are completed.
- Partner with the Vice President, Corporate Services, to ensure that appropriate human resources management policies and processes are developed, implemented, and modified as needed.
Board & Council Leadership
- Provide guidance and support to the Board and its Committees, and Fund Development Councils and other key volunteers, ensuring they are well informed about, and actively engaged in, supporting the mission of the Trust.
- Participate in the identification, cultivation, recruitment, and retention of Board members and other key volunteers who contribute to the Trust’s development and corporate activities.
- Collaborate with the Board to develop and deliver appropriate education, communication, and training to provide support to, and assist Board members in fulfilling their commitments and duties.
- Work closely with the Board to increase their involvement in, and comfort with, prospect identification, cultivation and solicitation activities.
- Ensure that conversations about philanthropy commence at recruitment of Trust Board members.
- Attend meetings of Board, Board Committees and Fund Development Councils as an ex-officio member.
Communications and Community Engagement
- In collaboration with the Vice President, Corporate Services and Director of Communications, develop a strategic communications plan for the Trust that maximizes the use of communication vehicles to highlight both community health needs and donor impact.
- Collaborate closely with AHS to ensure alignment on all key messages.
- Work with the Vice President, Development to translate the Trust’s top priorities into compelling donor opportunities.
- Actively promote community awareness of the Trust’s goals and objectives, with the intention of broadening the level of understanding of and support for the Trust.
- Act as a key spokesperson and public face of the Trust and represent the Trust as required at conferences, community events, meetings, and speaking engagements. Ensure a clear, consistent message in all communications.
- Develop strategies for donor recognition, stewardship, and engagement to ensure effective donor relations are implemented across all donor levels.
- Collaborate closely with Marketing colleagues in the development of key communication materials to support philanthropy and stewardship activities, and to ensure alignment on all key messages.
For More Information
KCI (Ketchum Canada Inc.) has been retained to conduct this executive search on behalf of the Calgary Health Trust. Interested individuals are invited to contact Christoph Clodius, Vice President at KCI (Ketchum Canada Inc.) by email at CHT@kciphilanthropy.com or 604-315-5629 for more information about this leadership opportunity.
To view the full Executive Brief, please visit: http://kciphilanthropy.com/lang/en/#panel-2-b1
All inquiries, applications, and nominations will be held in strict confidence.
We ask that candidates submit their expressions of interest prior to November 13, 2018.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR - SASKATOON FOLKFEST INC.
Type: Full time – Experienced
Salary: $55,000 - $70,000 (Commensurate with qualification & Experience)
The Board of Directors of Saskatoon Folkfest Inc. is seeking an Executive Director to provide leadership and vision for the continued successful growth and development of the annual three day festival. Located in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan the Executive Director is responsible for overseeing the administration, programs and strategic plan of the organization. The position reports directly to the Board of Directors.
1) Board Governance: Works with board in order to fulfill the organization mission.
- Responsible for leading Folkfest in a manner that supports and guides the organization’s mission as defined by the Board of Directors.
- Responsible for communicating effectively with the Board and providing, in a timely and accurate manner, all information necessary for the Board to function properly and to make informed decisions.
2) Financial Performance and Viability: Develops resources sufficient to ensure the financial health of the organization.
- Responsible for the fiscal integrity of Folkfest, to include submission to the Board of a proposed annual budget and monthly financial statements, which accurately reflect the financial condition of the organization.
- Responsible for fiscal management that generally anticipates operating within the approved budget, ensures maximum resource utilization, and maintenance of the organization in a positive financial position.
- Responsible for fundraising and developing other resources necessary to support Folkfest’s mission.
3) Organization Operations: Oversees and implements appropriate resources to ensure that the operations of the organization are appropriate.
- Responsible for the hiring, retention and training of qualified staff.
- Responsible for signing all notes, agreements, and other instruments made and entered into and on behalf of the organization.
- Responsible for the overall management of the festival.
- A bachelor’s degree
- A business administration diploma will be an asset
- Transparent and high integrity leadership
- Five or more years senior nonprofit management experience
- Solid, hands-on, budget management skills, including budget preparation, analysis, decision-making and reporting
- Superior relationship building and stewardship skills
- Strong sense of community and inclusivity
- Strong organizational abilities including planning, delegating, program development, event management, fundraising and task facilitation
Traits & Characteristics:
A strategic, diplomatic, and entrepreneurial leader, the ED will articulate a vision and, in partnership with the board, set the tone for Saskatoon Folkfest Inc. as a vibrant multicultural organization. With an appreciation for practical accomplishments, the successful candidate will have the ability to manage the long-term strategic goals of the organization along with daily tasks. Resourceful and instinctive, the ED will value creativity and self-expression.
Apply by submitting a cover letter and detailed resume to email@example.com by 3:00 p.m. on October 22, 2018 or mail to:
Saskatoon Folkfest Inc.
127B Avenue D North
Saskatoon, SK S7L 1M5
MANAGER, ANNUAL GIVING - HOSPITALS OF REGINA FOUNDATION
POSITION TITLE: Manager, Annual Giving
REPORTING TO: Director, Development
LAST REVISED: September 23, 2018
Reporting to the Director, Development and serving as an important member of the Development team, the Manager, Annual Giving is responsible for the Foundation’s multi-faceted annual giving program. Working in collaboration with the Director, the Manager will provide strategic program design and will work to maximize annual philanthropic revenue, ensuring long-term financial support for Regina’s hospitals. A proactive, strategic, goal-oriented fundraising professional, the Manager, Annual Giving will play a key role in the growth plan of Hospitals of Regina Foundation.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES
- Oversee, manage and grow the existing direct mail program, including liaising with suppliers, managing timelines, and working collaboratively with colleagues to identify patient stories.
- Project manage an employee giving 50/50 raffle program as a new revenue stream.
- Research, recommend and initiate a plan for donation solicitation in order to grow the monthly giving program.
- Continue to grow the intermediate giving program
- Collaborate effectively with development colleagues in planned and major gifts to ensure an integrated approach to fundraising.
- Other duties as assigned.
Strategic Program Development
- Lead activities related to the growth of the Foundation’s email strategy.
- Contribute to the development of and implementation of the Foundation’s “Grateful Patient” program.
- Create queries, exports and reports in order to analyze and track data to evaluate program effectiveness and recommend annual program planning.
Program Expertise and Team Management
KEY SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES
- Learn from colleagues and professional development opportunities in order to be an ambassador for the best practices of charitable fundraising.
- Stay abreast of philanthropic developments, trends and industry challenges that may assist or impact the annual giving program.
- Manage and guide the Development Officer, Donor Relations to be successful in his/her role.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
- A strong understanding of the nuances of direct response programs
- Experience developing a direct response letter
- Demonstrated ability designing and implementing new revenue streams
- Interest in, and experience with, data analytics
- Outstanding communications skills – written, oral and presentation
- Good organization skills and attention to detail
- High level of personal and professional integrity and commitment to ethical behaviour
- Demonstrated ability to work well as a member of a team
- Self-starter who takes initiative and always follows through on a commitment
- Commitment to the team and the Foundation’s objectives
- Minimum three to five years relevant experience in the charity sector
- Previous experience managing staff
- University degree or college diploma or equivalent combination of education/experience
- High proficiency with Microsoft Office required
- Working knowledge of Raisers Edge or other donor database
- Member in good standing with Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP)
Working conditions are normal for an office environment. Occasional work outside of regular office hours will be required during periods of peak activity and at special events. Work may require travel within Regina.
Closing deadline is November 30, 2018.
We thank all applicants for their interest, but only those selected for interviews will be contacted.
Please submit your cover letter and resume to Jessica Rawn at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can visit our website at www.hrf.sk.ca.
COORDINATOR, FUNDRAISING - SASKATOON SPCA
Incorporated in 1968, the Saskatoon SPCA provides essential animal welfare and animal protection services to the Saskatoon community and area, and focuses on fostering a community in which all lives are respected and treated with compassion.
We are seeking a dynamic individual to fill the role of Coordinator, Fundraising. As the ideal candidate, you bring a wealth of experience in fundraising, a proven track record of meeting fundraising goals, strong community and networking ties, demonstrated success as a team member, exceptional communications skills, creativity, an eye for detail, strong time & project management skills, and a passion for animals and their welfare. The society offers a competitive salary and benefits package, scope for professional growth and learning, engagement with a compelling mission, a warm and caring workplace, lots of fun and plenty of furry friends.
Qualified applicants: Please send your letter of application and resume to email@example.com
- Ensure an exceptional donor and sponsor experience for all Saskatoon SPCA supporters
- Build relationships with major donors, corporate supporters, and sponsors
- Research, identify, and take action on new revenues, and fundraising and grant opportunities
- In collaboration with the Executive Director and other Community Engagement team members, write and submit grant applications
- Steward monthly giving programs and 3rd Party Events
- Make presentations to community and corporate groups
- Manage database, including recording information about donors, their interests and donation activity, and preparation of regular monthly reports
- Manage receipting of donations
- Participate in the development of annual fundraising budgets, and ensure budget targets are met
- Account handling: ensuring major donors or companies are happy with their donor or sponsor experience, are properly recognized and thanked, and are kept informed of progress and milestones
- Devise and organize fundraising campaigns
- Support the success of Saskatoon SPCA events and community engagement activities
- Work with Community Engagement team members and shelter management to raise awareness and appreciation of the organization’s work
- Other duties as assigned
- Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
- Experience using social media for fundraising and promotional purposes
- Researching and devising fundraising strategies
- Experience with a variety of fundraising activities: lotteries, direct mail, events, annual campaigns, donor relations, sponsorships, grants
- Ability to identify and take effective action on fundraising opportunities
- Adept at people management, and at building long-term relationships with potential donors or volunteers
- Ability to persuasively explaining Saskatoon SPCA’s mission and impact in the community
- The ability to manage budgets and hit fundraising targets
- Highly organized and able to meet deadlines
- IT skills, including experience with a donor or customer relations management database, the Office suite of tools. Experience and skill with InDesign and other graphics programs is a distinct advantage
- Commitment to personal professional development and learning
- Positive, energetic, collaborative, ethical, and professional
- An interest in, and commitment to animal welfare
- A relevant degree or diploma.
- At least 2 years’ experience directly related to fundraising
- Proven organizational and relationship building skills
- Possess a valid driver’s license and a reliable vehicle. Mileage will be paid for work duties
Desirable and Relevant Experience
- Prior experience in areas such as sales or marketing is an advantage
- Knowledge of the charity / nonprofit sector
- Demonstrated interest in and commitment to animal welfare
- Experience working successfully with and providing guidance to volunteers