Capital Campaigns/Endowment, Donor Relations/Stewardship, Foundation
4 Year Degree
CVCF is embarking on its next level of growth and is currently looking for its next leader.
Applications are being accepted for a highly skilled leader who is driven to deliver results. Reporting to the Foundation’s Board of Directors, the ED participates and supports the Board in the development of the strategic plan and is responsible for its implementation.
We are seeking to meet candidates who have:
Minimum of five years senior management experience in the business or not-for-profit sector, either in a management or a volunteer role, with direct experience in grants management, asset development, community development, community engagement, strategic planning and research
Experience with governance and boards of directors as well as strong volunteer management (both committees and boards)
Strong marketing and communications experience required to help build awareness of CVCF
Combination of education and related experience as it pertains to non-profit entities
Demonstrates ability to build relationships with leaders in the voluntary, private and government sectors
Understanding of financial and investment administration
An authentic and flexible personality with the ability to work with a broad range of donors, partners and stakeholders
Committed and results-oriented and forward-thinking
Non-partisan; politically-neutral with strong political acumen
Job description available at www.cvcfoundation.org Deadline to apply: May 5, 2019
About Comox Valley Community Foundation
We bring donors to the table as community builders, and help them formulate and realize their philanthropic goals, matching their interests and concerns with community needs and opportunities, and finding innovative and responsible ways to give their investments lasting impact.
We take the broadest view of what a community is and what it needs to thrive. Therefore, our grants support everything from safety and support of the less able or less fortunate to recreation, the arts, and the environment. We take a long-term view of the community and through our Vital Signs Comox Valley initiative, our granting and community engagement help make our community more caring and compassionate, resilient and better positioned for an improving future for all who live here.