Overview

Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation Run Coordinator Contract in Saskatoon, SK

Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation

Branch Saskatoon SK CA

Position:
Run Coordinator
Location:
Saskatoon, SK

Our investments in innovative and relevant research and education have led to progress in breast cancer prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care….

REPORTS TO: Director, Events

STATUS: Part-time, Contract (August –October)

LOCATION: Saskatoon, SK

CONTEXT:
The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation is the leading community-driven organization in Canada dedicated to creating a future without breast cancer. Our investments in innovative and relevant research and education have led to progress in breast cancer prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care. Since 1986, we have been at the forefront of a nationwide movement supporting and advocating for the breast cancer community. The Foundation works together with a passionate and generous network of individuals and organizations across the country that share and support our vision. Through donations, fundraising events, sponsorships, corporate partnerships, and volunteer efforts, the Foundation has invested $300 million towards this work – work that would not happen otherwise, and that is making a meaningful difference.

At an operational level, the Foundation carries out its work across Canada through the efforts of its five business units and their staff and volunteer resources: four regional offices in Atlantic Canada, Ontario, Prairies/NWT and BC/Yukon, and one Central Office in Toronto. Each of the five business units of the Foundation has defined roles and responsibilities within a shared-services organizational structure, maximizing operational efficiencies and delivery of consistent nation-wide messaging.

The Prairies/NWT Region has four regional offices, spanning the communities of Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and NWT with the Regional administrative office located in Edmonton. At the Region we recognize that LINKS symbolize what we believe is a key to a future without breast cancer; that volunteers, fundraisers, corporate partners, researchers, educators, donors and survivors are all linked by a common purpose and vision

POSITION SUMMARY:
The Prairies/NWT (PNWT) Run for the Cure Coordinator works closely with the Director, Events to ensure the successful management and implementation of assigned Run Sites within PNWT Region. The Run Coordinator will also be assigned specific projects to manage on behalf of all of the Run Sites. This position provides fundraising, logistical, marketing, event management, administrative, and technical support to PNWT Run staff and volunteers to support the successful and consistent delivery of the Run in communities across PNWT. Excellent leadership, customer service, communication, volunteer management skills, problem solving skills, attention to detail and the ability to manage multiple projects from numerous stakeholders simultaneously are key elements to this role.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Accountable for target setting and Run Day Satisfaction Results in conjunction with the Run Directors at assigned PNWT Run sites

Works closely with the PNWT Run staff, and Run Site Directors in PNWT to ensure timelines are met, and operational and financial goals are achieved

Provides logistical and technical support to volunteer Run Directors and develops systems to manage and implement activities related to the Run

Acts as the primary contact for Run Directors at assigned Run sites in regards to regional and nation-wide Run activities

Identifies opportunities or initiatives in support of building the Run in PNWT

Provides administrative and technical support to the Run Staff Team

Provides exceptional customer service to Run volunteers and the general public

Prepares and coordinates shipments going to the Run sites

Prepares and takes minutes for meetings and conference calls

Writes and provides support for presentations

Maintains and updates records pertaining to the administration of the Run

Provides administrative assistance and support for special projects for the Director, Events

Works as a dedicated and supportive team member with Run Staff across the organization (other regional offices and the Central office) as part of a project-based model to collaboratively develop tools and resources needed to facilitate and execute the event

Acts as a lead point of contact for financial processes and manages local Run expenses, ensuring accurate and timely processing of invoices and credit card charges

Processes insurance requests for the Run sites

Identifies and provides support to PNWT Run Staff to streamline processes, share best practices and improve efficiencies with the Run sites in PNWT

Attends committee meetings at assigned Run sites and attends functions as a representative of the PNWT Region

Performs other functions as needed

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS AND ABILITIES:
University or college degree or equivalent

Minimum of three (3) years experience in an event coordinator role, preferably in a not-for-profit fundraising or special events environment

Experience working with volunteers

Excellent verbal and written communication skills

Excellent project management skills

Comfort with technology and related software (e.g. Microsoft Office, Access)

Excellent organizational and time-management skills

DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS AND ABILITIES:
Knowledge of Raiser’s Edge

Valid Saskatchewan Driver’s License

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
This is a temporary, part-time position located in our Saskatoon office. Standard workweek will be approximately 20-30 hours, based on business requirements. Hours of work may increase based on business requirements.

TO APPLY:
The deadline for applications (cover letter and resume) is August 13, 2015. Qualified candidates are encouraged to submit their application on-line by clicking HERE .

We thank all applicants for their interest; however only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls please.

or proceed with Standard Application Form.

Employment Type: Freelance
Location: Saskatoon, SK, CA
Posted on: 2015-07-31
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