Position: Country Director - Canada
Organization: The Hunger Project Canada
Location: remote/ anywhere in Canada
The Hunger Project Canada (THPC), is a Canadian registered Charity working in partnership with The Global Hunger Project in supporting empowerment programs in Africa, India, Bangladesh, Mexico and Peru, is looking for our next visionary Canadian Country Director.
The Hunger Project (Canada), supports the work of the Global Hunger Project by engaging Canadians through education, advocacy and fundraising to support the work of the Hunger Project on the ground in the aforementioned areas around the world.
The Country Director (CD) serves as the chief fundraiser and key management leader of The Hunger Project – Canada and works closely with the Board of Directors to execute the organization’s vision and mission, cultivate relationships with donors, partners, and sponsors, set and manage the organizational budget, and support and oversee staff. The CD is also actively engaged in volunteer recruitment, communication and marketing as these activities are key drivers for fundraising.
The Country Director’s daily responsibilities include any and all tasks necessary to maintaining and improving the operations of the organization, including but not limited to:
Operational Priorities of Fundraising and Recruitment: The CD is responsible for developing and executing annual fundraising and recruitment strategies. The CD meets strategic goals by identifying and cultivating relationships with foundations, corporations, individuals and community organizations, and soliciting major and planned gifts.
Organization Mission and Strategy: The CD works with the Board, Program Country Directors, the Global Fund Management and other Global teams to ensure that the mission and purpose is fulfilled through operational and strategic planning, and outreach. The CD is responsible for building and fostering programmatic, organizational, and financial partnerships with stakeholder organizations and individuals. The CD partners closely with Program Country Directors to measure and communicate impact of programs.
Organizational Operations: The CD oversees the day-to-day operations of THPC. The CD is responsible for direct oversight of two administrative staff members (currently contract positions). The CD manages and coordinates volunteer and professional relationships in support of the organization’s mission.
Budgetary Management: The CD is responsible for developing and managing the organization’s annual budget with input from staff and the board to ensure the financial health of the organization
Board Governance: The CD works with the board in order to fulfill the organizational mission. The CD is responsible for reporting to and communicating regularly with the Board of Directors.
Occasional international and domestic travel will be required for the CD position.
SKILLS & EXPERIENCE
This role is for you if:
Salary: $70,000/ year based on qualifications with potential for salary increase depending on organizational growth.
Start Date: Summer / Fall 2022
Location: Remote. The successful candidate must be comfortable working remotely, with the ability to lead organizational operations with limited in-person interaction.
If this sounds like the opportunity you’ve been looking for send:
A cover letter, CV/Resume, and a 5 minute video outlining what makes them the best choice for this opportunity. These should be uploaded into a Google Drive folder, labeled as lastname, firstname THPC CD Application, and shared with ED@ thehungerproject.ca, email@example.com . Please ensure sharing permissions are set correctly so that all material can be accessed.
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Current status: Open/apply now. Date posted: Jul 20 2022 ID: 65158