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Deputy Director – Animation and Membership
Developpement et Paix

 

Deadline: 15 May 2017

TITLE:   Deputy Director – Animation and Membership
STATUS:   Permanent full-time position (35 hours/week)
WORKPLACE:   Toronto or Ottawa
START DATE:   As soon as possible
COMPETITION NO.:   SPC-DA-AM-05-17
TO APPLY:   Send a CV and cover letter to: rh.hr@devp.org
OUR WEBSITE:   www.devp.org

We encourage members of employment equity groups to apply.
Only candidates who are eligible to work in Canada will be considered for this position.

The Organization

Development and Peace is the official international solidarity organization of the Canadian Catholic Church and one of Canada's leading international development organizations. With annual revenues of between $25 million and $35 million, the Organization supports local partners in several countries in the Global South. Thanks to its network of members across Canada, Development and Peace raises Canadian public awareness on the causes of poverty and injustice in the world and mobilises Canadians in actions geared towards social change.

Summary of the position

Reporting to the Director of the In-Canada Programs Department, the Deputy Director is responsible for regional animation services and member-support strategies. She or he is also responsible for animation staff, Youth Programs and staff in the regional office currently situated in Toronto.

The Deputy Director supports the development of a vision and appropriate strategies to ensure that the education and awareness raising programs are deployed according to the needs of Canadians and the priorities of the Organization.

As a member of the In-Canada Programs Department’s management team, the Deputy Director shares responsibility in ensuring effective management, performance and leadership within the department. This position is currently located in the Toronto office (with flexibility to be situated in Ottawa).

Main responsibilities

Animation and membership

  • Reporting to the Director and in collaboration with the department’s other Deputy Directors, develop the orientations and strategies of the education and awareness raising program as well as public engagement;
  • Support the coordination of programs, activities, campaigns and production of educational and Share Lent (annual mobilisation and fundraising campaign) materials as part of the integrated program of Development and Peace;
  • Supervise all programs aimed at raising awareness and engaging young people in the Development and Peace movement, including programs in schools;
  • Participate in developing strategies, programs and activities aimed at mobilizing members across Canada;
  • In his or her role of supporting membership, the Deputy Director provides support in organizing various governance structures, including Regional Meetings and Diocesan Councils;

Unit management

  • Manage staff under his or her authority and direct supervision;
  • Plan and manage the material resources and budgets required for the work unit.

Requirements

Academic background

  • Bachelor's degree in social sciences, education, management or a relevant field.
  • Master’s degree in social sciences or in management (asset)

Languages

  • Fluency in French and English, spoken and written
  • Ability to compose, edit, translate and correct texts in both languages

Software and computer programs

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite (Outlook, Word, Excel)
  • Knowledge and familiarity with social media platforms

Experience

  • Six years of experience in international education or development, including four in a managerial position
  • Significant experience in not-for-profit organizations as well as working with volunteers and/or donors;
  • Relevant experience in managing human resources and coordinating a work team
  • Experience in adult education
  • Experience in public fundraising campaigns (asset)

Specific knowledge

  • Excellent knowledge of Canada's social, economic, political, religious and cultural issues;

Availability

  • Availability to travel in Canada and abroad
  • Availability to work occasionally on evenings and weekends

Working conditions
 

Competitive salary and benefits according to the policy for managerial staff

Only those selected for interview will receive a telephone call.

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