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ORGANIZATION: The Guelph Humane Society Incorporated (GHS) is a non-profit registered charity that relies on community support to shelter and care for animals in Guelph and Wellington County. Each year the GHS cares for approximately 3000 animals in need, providing animal sheltering and adoption services, veterinary care, animal protection services and a progressive spay/neuter program. The Society also boasts strong humane education programs that impact thousands of children and youth annually.

LOCATION: 500 Wellington Street West, Guelph, ON

TITLE: Manager, Fund & Resource Development
HOURS OF WORK:
40 hours per week, Monday to Friday (flexibility for occasional evenings and weekends required)

JOB SUMMARY: Under the direction of the Executive Director of the GHS, the successful applicant will be responsible for developing strategies and executing plans to achieve the GHS’s development goals. The successful applicant will actively engage community partners, sponsors, prospects and donors at all levels, leveraging key relationships to achieve fundraising goals, while promoting and enhancing the public image of the organization. In addition, working closely with the Executive Director, the successful candidate will also drive a capital campaign to raise funds to support the acquisition and construction of a new facility for the GHS.


KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES:
• Establish short- and long-range goals for funding sources and enlist support in implementation from members, Board Directors, volunteers and staff
• Set targets, manage, and execute multi-year and individual donor campaigns (e.g., annual appeal, Duke’s Fund appeal, capital campaign)
• Set targets, manage, and execute an annual support strategy from institutional donors and public and private grant sources (agencies, corporations and foundations)
• Design, implement and manage capital campaign from start to finish, as well as a Stewardship Program, Planned Giving Program, and other donor programs
• Develop, implement, and maintain a cutting edge donor recognition program that cultivates loyalty and growth from all philanthropic sources, along with the development of a prospect identification strategy
• Represent the GHS in a professional and enthusiastic manner at all times
• Supervise and coordinate fund and resource development and community relations materials, particularly the creation of various communications such as brochures, the annual report, general boilerplate presentations, corporate partnership relations, and correspondence
• Supervise and coordinate the maintenance of digital and paper records of prospects, donors, partners, foundations and grant contributors
• Directly supervise the Communication & Events Coordinator, Humane Education Coordinator, and Volunteer Coordinator
• Provide mentorship to team members, and ensure program development and success
• Develop a strategic plan and budget for the portfolio (Fund & Resource Development, Communication & Events, Volunteers, Humane Education) and report progress and milestones
• Coordinate with Manager, Finance & Administration to ensure effective strategies for recording and reporting of funds received
• Work closely with the management team of the GHS to set strategic and organizational goals
• Complete other duties as assigned

KEY QUALIFICATIONS:
 Post secondary education in a related field
 Five (5) years fundraising experience, with a preference given to experience with capital fundraising campaigns
 Knowledge and experience in prospect development, donor appeals, donor relations and recognition, setting revenue and expense budgets, and communications/promotional activities
 Exceptional interpersonal skills, verbal communication and listening skills; detail oriented, strong organizational, research and analytical skills
 Knowledge of Canadian charity and donation laws and CRA regulations
 Demonstrated accuracy in data entry, records managements and reporting
 Self-motivated, high energy, results oriented with the drive to exceed expectations
 Demonstrated ability to work in team environment and communicate effectively with a variety of departments
 Demonstrated leadership skills, initiative, tact, diplomacy, integrity and creativity
 Demonstrated successful personnel management and mentoring a team
 Experience or training in project-management with ability to work under pressure, manage multiple projects (multitask) and respond promptly to a variety of requests in a high-paced and reactive environment
 Experience working with volunteers, committees, and boards
 Demonstrated written communication skills
 Ability to maintain professional composure and a positive attitude;
 Knowledge of fundraising software and databases (particularly, Blackbaud/ETapestry and Volgistics)
 Familiarity with financial statements, and generally accepted accounting principles
 Proficient computer skills needed (especially MS Office and other relevant current business software programs)
 Valid Ontario Driver’s license with access to a vehicle
 Good understanding of animal welfare and humane society activities and ability to effectively communicate the mission and ideals of the Guelph Humane Society in the course of their duties

If you are interested in this opportunity and have the above qualifications, please forward your resume with a covering letter, including salary expectations by March 1, 2017 to:

Adrienne McBride, Executive Director
500 Wellington Street West
Guelph, ON N1H 6L3
Email: ED@guelphhumane.ca


We thank all applicants for their interest in the Guelph Humane Society; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.


The Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Ontario SPCA) is a registered charity with a Provincial Office in Newmarket and supports over 50 communities throughout Ontario. The following opportunity is available at the Lincoln County Humane Society Animal Clinic.

Veterinarian- St. Catherines - Lincoln County Humane Society Animal Clinic

Part-Time Position - approximately 16 hours per week

Looking for a change?  Love surgery?  Committed to ending pet overpopulation?  We want you!

Seeking an experienced surgeon, confident and caring, for a high-quality, high-volume clinic based on the ASPCA’s gold standard Humane Alliance model (www.humanealliance.org ), to perform 20-25 sterilizations per day.

We are looking for a highly skilled surgeon who has a passion for animal welfare and is quality-driven, to be responsible for the daily care and sterilization of all surgical patients at our spay/neuter facility.  You will be surrounded by professional, competent, compassionate and quality-driven individuals and work in a fast-paced, energetic environment with predictable daytime hours.

This is a unique opportunity available for a special individual who is interested in promoting animal welfare by combating the pet overpopulation crisis, and holds a general practice, non-restricted CVO license.

If you are interested in this opportunity and have the above qualifications, please forward your resume with a covering letter including salary expectations by March 7th, 2017 to:   

Alicia Morey

Clinic Manager, Lincoln County Humane Society Animal Clinic

Ontario SPCA

amorey@ospca.on.ca

We thank all applicants for your interest in the Ontario SPCA however; only those selected for an interview will be contacted. The Ontario SPCA is proud to provide employment accommodation during the recruitment process. Should you require any accommodation, please indicate this on your application and we will work with you to meet your accessibility needs. For any questions, suggestions or required documents regarding accessibility in a different format, please contact us at 888-668-7722 or resumes@ospca.on.ca

 


The Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Ontario SPCA) is a registered charity with a Provincial Office in Newmarket and supports over 50 communities throughout Ontario.  The following opportunity is available at the Barrie Animal Centre.

Animal Care Attendant 2 (ACA2) – Barrie Animal Centre

Part-time Position – 25 hours per week

Reporting to the Animal Centre Manager, you will be responsible for maintaining effective animal care protocol and procedures. As an Animal Care Attendant, you would be responsible for the day-to-day care of the animals housed in the shelter as well as maintaining the cleanliness of the shelter. In addition you would provide customer service to the public, including assisting with adoption applications and reception duties.

Additional responsibilities may include transporting animals to local veterinary clinics for medical attention and assisting the Animal Centre Manager with other administrative duties.

The ideal candidate will be a team player with previous animal care training and/or

Experience and leadership skills.. You will have good customer service and interpersonal skills. You must be organized, flexible, have the ability to prioritize and work independently. You must be available to work weekend hours and some evening hours and have a valid class “G” drivers’ license with reliable transportation.

If you have a passion for animal welfare, please forward your resume and cover letter by February 26, 2017 to:

Tracy McElman

Ontario SPCA

Regional Manager

Humane Programs and Community Outreach

tmcelman@ospca.on.ca

We thank all applicants for your interest in the Ontario SPCA however; only those selected for an interview will be contacted. The Ontario SPCA is proud to provide employment accommodation during the recruitment process. Should you require any accommodation, please indicate this on your application and we will work with you to meet your accessibility needs. For any questions, suggestions or required documents regarding accessibility in a different format, please contact us at 888-668-7722 or resumes@ospca.on.ca


The Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Ontario SPCA) is a registered charity with a Provincial Office in Newmarket and supports over 50 communities throughout Ontario.  The following opportunity is available at the Huron County Animal Centre location.

Animal Care Attendant 1 – Huron County Animal Centre

Part time 10 hours per week

Reporting to the Animal Centre Coordinator Manager, you will be responsible for maintaining effective animal care protocol and procedures and assisting with fundraising. Essential functions include:     

  • Feeding, bathing, grooming, exercising and care of animals
  • General cleaning and disinfecting of premises and equipment
  • Laundry duties
  • Providing customer service to the public
  • Assist with fundraising
  • Compliance with Occupational Health and Safety Act

You will also have the ability to work in a team environment and take direction well. The ability to work under stress is essential.  Basic computer skills are required. You must be available to work regular weekend shifts and holidays. Valid G driver’s licence required.

If you have a passion for animal welfare, please forward your resume by March 7th 2017 to:

Amber Ogle

Centre Coordinator

Huron County Animal Centre

48 East St. Goderich, ON

aogle@ospca.on.ca

We thank all applicants for your interest in the Ontario SPCA however; only those selected for an interview will be contacted. The Ontario SPCA is proud to provide employment accommodation during the recruitment process. Should you require any accommodation, please indicate this on your application and we will work with you to meet your accessibility needs. For any questions, suggestions or required documents regarding accessibility in a different format, please contact us at 888-668-7722 or resumes@ospca.on.ca

 


The Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Ontario SPCA) is a registered charity with a Provincial Office in Stouffville and supports over 50 communities throughout Ontario.

IT Manager

Full Time Position – 40 hours per week

POSITION SUMMARY

The IT Manager will plan, manage and coordinate the IT operations for the organization. They will lead our internal team and work with our managed service provider to ensure that our help desk support, IT infrastructure and networks are operating optimally

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Coordinates all IT activities to ensure infrastructure and networks are reliable and well maintained
  • Provides administrative and technical direction to the IT team in support of daily operations
  • Lead the IT support roles and assist users in resolving escalated issues
  • Manage IT projects by coordinating resources and timetables with IT team and user departments
  • Establish, streamline and document IT policies and procedures
  • Assist in troubleshooting and testing Citrix related issues
  • Act as the technical lead for the implementation of a new case management software
  • Implement and manage new security initiatives (ie: dual authentication, encryption, secure FTP)
  • Assist in troubleshooting WAN performance issues
  • Maintain IT asset inventory logs for PC’s, printers and other hardware
  • Assess risk in the IT environment and develops plans to mitigate risks
  • Working closely with operational staff to identify IT opportunities

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Related University degree or College diploma or equivalent, preferably in IT
  • Bachelor’s degree in engineering, computer science and/or other relevant academic degree
  • 2 to 3 years of related experience
  • Experience managing staff and vendor relations
  • Experiencing working in a Citrix environment is an asset
  • Certification in IT Service Management ITIL is an asset
  • Experience creating and maintaining technical documentation, such as system administrator and user documentation, IT policies and procedures and network diagrams
  • Strong working knowledge of Windows servers, Active Directory, SQL Server, and Exchange
  • Experience working with IP based telephony & mobile devices management (MDM) systems
  • Strong knowledge of network topology and TCP/IP protocols
  • Knowledge of programming with VB.NET connected to SQL Server an asset
  • Strong support experience including networks/WAN, client/server environments and security
  • Understanding of IT infrastructure planning, development and maintenance
  • Strong technical knowledge of current and emerging IT trends, systems, applications, protocols and standards
  • Solid understanding of project management and vendor management principles
  • Solid Business Analysis skills and Change Management skills
  • Strong customer service and communication skills
  • Must be a team player

If you are interested in this opportunity and have the above qualifications, please forward your resume with a covering letter by March 15 2017 to:

Shawn Ford

Director of Finance & Information Technology

Ontario SPCA

Email: resumes@ospca.on.ca

We thank all applicants for your interest in the Ontario SPCA however; only those selected for an interview will be contacted. The Ontario SPCA is proud to provide employment accommodation during the recruitment process. Should you require any accommodation, please indicate this on your application and we will work with you to meet your accessibility needs. For any questions, suggestions or required documents regarding accessibility in a different format, please contact us at 888-668-7722 or resumes@ospca.on.ca

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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