Opportunities

Employment

  • Affichage d’emploi – Agent(e) de programme de développement de la capacité...

    En rendant compte au Directeur ou à la Directrice de l’innovation, le Fonds pour l’innovation et la transformation (FIT), et en travaillant en étroite collaboration avec l’équipe FIT, l’Agent ou l’Agente de programme de développement de la capacité et de mentorat sera responsable de la gestion des projets par les petites et moyennes organisations (PME) canadiennes, en se concentrant spécifiquement sur le développement et la compilation de ressources pour le développement des capacités, en aidant à trouver des mentors appropriés pour les initiatives financées par les PME et en facilitant une communauté de pratiques pour les PME financées.

    Il s’agit d’un poste bilingue à temps plein basé à Winnipeg, au Manitoba, pour une période maximale de quatre (4) ans.

    Voir l’offre d’emploi complète

    Date limite d’inscription : 16 septembre 2019 ou jusqu’à ce qu’il soit pourvu

  • Job Posting – Program Officer, Capacity Development/Mentoring

    Reporting to the Director of Innovation, Fund for Innovation and Transformation (FIT) and working closely with the FIT team, Capacity Development/Mentoring will be responsible for managing projects by Canadian small and medium organizations (SMOs), focusing specifically on developing and compiling capacity development resources, assisting with finding appropriate mentors for SMO-funded initiatives, and facilitating a community of practice for funded SMOs.

    This is a full-time bilingual position based in Winnipeg, Manitoba for a term of up to four (4) years.

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    Application Deadline: September 16th, 2019 or until filled

  • Spur Change National Program Manager

    The Alberta Council for Global Cooperation (ACGC), on behalf of the Inter-Council Network, is looking to fill the position of National Program Manager. Reporting to the Executive Director of ACGC, the National Program Manager will be responsible for managing a team to develop and implement all activities of the Spur Change program in accordance with Global Affairs Canada standards.

    While the ACGC office is located in Edmonton, the successful applicant can work remotely from locations across Canada.

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    Deadline for applications is September 2, 2019

  • Spur Change Capacity Building and Knowledge Sharing Consultant

    The Alberta Council for Global Cooperation (ACGC), on behalf of the Inter-Council Network for Provincial and Regional Councils, is inviting proposals from individuals or firms to design and deliver a comprehensive needs assessment as part of the Spur Change: Capacity Building and Knowledge Sharing for Small and Medium Organizations

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    Deadline for applications is August 29, 2019

  • Spur Change Conference Coordinator

    The Alberta Council for Global Cooperation (ACGC) is looking to fill the position of Conference Coordinator at the Alberta Council for Global Cooperation office in Edmonton.

    This position is based in Edmonton and will require a time commitment of a maximum of 14 weeks (37.5 hours/week), between September 2019 –December 2019

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    Deadline for applications is September 2, 2019, 12:00MDT

  • Request for Proposal for Project Evaluation Consultant

    World Renew and FH Ethiopia (FHE) has been implementing a two year Orphan and Vulnerable Children (OVC) program in three districts of South Gondar zone, Amhara National Regional State (ANRS).

    At this time, World Renew and FHE are seeking an evaluation consultant/team to conduct a complete evaluation of the performance of the project including the extent to which the interventions as well as technical support and revolving loans have attributed to improved livelihood opportunities of households with OVC affected by HIV/AIDS. Furthermore, the evaluation will provide recommendations on the way forward.

    For more information, view the post here or visit the World Renew website

    Deadline for applications is August 6, 2019

  • Public Engagement Specialist

    The Manitoba Council for International Cooperation (MCIC) has a new full-time opportunity! Reporting to the Director of Engagement and Learning, the Public Engagement Specialist will work to increase awareness of and capacity regarding international issues with youth, teachers, individuals, community partners, and MCIC members.

    This is a full-time position based in Winnipeg, Manitoba and may require some travel, evening and weekend meetings.

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    Deadline for applications is August 19, 2019

  • Job Posting – Director of Engagement and Learning

    Reporting to the Executive Director of MCIC, the Director of Engagement and Learning will oversee and lead MCIC’s Public Engagement and Capacity Building programs. The Director of Engagement and Learning will be a key member of the MCIC management team. They will be responsible for monitoring and evaluation of funded programs, as well as preparing proposals and reporting to funders. They will assist with delivering programming and have three direct reports.

    This is a full-time position based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and may require some travel, evening and weekend meetings.

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    Application Deadline: July 24, 2019 or until filled

Volunteering

  • Uniterra

    Uniterra is a leading Canadian international volunteer cooperation and development program that contributes to improving the socio-economic conditions of poor and marginalized communities in Africa, Asia and the Americas through the exchange of expertise and knowledge of Canadian and international volunteers.

    Uniterra is looking for enthusiastic and skilled Canadians for amazing volunteer opportunities. For more information on each opportunity, please view the full posting.

    Waste Management Advisor

    Communications and Fundraising Advisor

    Community Economic Development Advisor

    Partnership Development Advisor


  • Jane Goodall Institute of Canada — Uncovering Common Ground Volunteers

    The Jane Goodall Institute of Canada, is seeking post-secondary-aged volunteers to participate in its new Roots & Shoots project, Uncovering Common Ground.

    Uncovering Common Ground is a one-year initiative that will bring together Indigenous and non-Indigenous youth to share their perspectives, break down barriers to reconciliation and provide opportunities for youth-led actions to address community needs. Uncovering Common Ground is happening in three provinces across Canada: British Columbia, Manitoba and Ontario.

    For more information, please view the full posting or email Meagan Lortie

    Deadline for applications is May 17, 2019