[APPLICATIONS CLOSED] Corporate Partnerships Lead

Through deep knowledge and innovation, Ocean Wise creates impact in the water that protects and restores the ocean. Ocean Wise is working to scale game-changing solutions that fight climate change and rewild the ocean through seaforestation; feed people by scaling demand for sustainably sourced seafood; clean the seas by working to reduce plastics headed to the water; save whales from being hit by ships and grow a pipeline of ocean leaders through global education programs. With a focus on meaningful action, Ocean Wise is an exciting organization to work for. With deep experience in the field of ocean conservation, strong corporate partnerships and support from everyday citizens, Ocean Wise is taking a critical moment to create lasting change for the ocean.
Ocean Wise’s core values – Knowledge, Integrity, Extreme Collaboration, Impact, & Optimism – represent their highest priorities. These values are at the heart of how the organization works and serve as cultural cornerstones exemplified by all members of the team.
It is within this context that Ocean Wise welcomes applications for the position of Corporate Partnership Lead commencing in Spring 2024, or soon after. The position will be 100% remote, with the corporate head office in Vancouver, BC.
Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer (COO), the Corporate Partnerships Lead (“Lead”) is responsible for managing a robust portfolio of corporate supporters, which includes sponsorships, donations and business development, to advance the Ocean Wise 2030 Conservation Strategy. In collaboration with colleagues across the organization, including program staff, and members of the senior management and executive teams, the Lead will solicit and steward key corporate relationship that ensures revenue targets are achieved. The Lead will also develop and carry through sponsorship activations that will promote the Ocean Wise brand to key audiences. This role will also oversee the design of products and ensure product specifications are executed within reasonable timelines and cost parameters, while keeping up to date on industry news and trends within product/service offerings.
The Corporate partnership lead will be responsible for ambitious corporate goals, including $2 M from corporate partners in 2024. The Corporate Partnerships Lead will virtually manage of team of 2 people and collaborate with the Development and global engagement/communications teams to find opportunities to identify and grow giving across the user journey all who engage with Ocean Wise.
As the ideal candidate, your career includes a tenure with demonstrable successes delivering sponsorship and corporate partnership results from strategies you created from commercializing an organization’s brand and activities, particularly those of a non-profit You have a high degree of commercial awareness and have successfully secured large-scale, multi-year commitments from corporate partners. You have a strong affinity for sales, with proven ability to independently originate and close multi-year deals with corporate partners. You will leverage your expertise as a proven revenue generation leader to diversify the portfolio of multi-year corporate partnerships and to build year-over-year growth in total revenue from corporate sources. You are comfortable working with senior business and community leaders, leading philanthropists, and senior marketing executives. You have strong communications skills, a strategic mindset, and the ability to work collaboratively in an entrepreneurial, fast-paced environment. Either post-secondary education or an equivalent combination of relative experience, education and is required.
Compensation – A salary of $120,000 – $145,000, commensurate with experience, is paired with a comprehensive group benefits package, including health, dental, vision, life and critical illness protection. Ocean Wise also offers RRSP matching of up to 6% of salary, paid vacation, and an additional 6 management days.
To learn more about this impactful leadership opportunity with Ocean Wise, please submit a comprehensive resume along with a cover letter in confidence to Jane Griffith (jane@griffithgroup.ca) and/or Caroline McLean (caroline@griffithgroup.ca).
Ocean Wise is a remote-first organization with beautiful headquarters in downtown Vancouver. This position will be based in Canada with consideration for remote work in Vancouver or Toronto, Canada.
Ocean Wise is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. We are a company where diverse backgrounds, experiences and viewpoints are valued. Ocean Wise does not make hiring or employment decisions on the basis of race, colour, religion, gender, gender identity, sex, sexual orientation, disability, veteran status, age, ethnic or national origin.
Ocean Wise and Griffith Group are committed to an inclusive, accessible and welcoming hiring process that provides reasonable accommodation to all applicants. Please advise Jane Griffith (jane@griffithgroup.ca) should you require any accommodation to participate in the recruitment and/or assessment processes.
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, preference will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents.

[APPLICATIONS CLOSED] Director, Development

Through deep knowledge and innovation, Ocean Wise creates impact in the water that protects and restores the ocean. Ocean Wise is working to scale game-changing solutions that fight climate change and rewild the ocean through seaforestation; feed people by scaling demand for sustainably sourced seafood; clean the seas by working to reduce plastics headed to the water; save whales from being hit by ships and grow a pipeline of ocean leaders through global education programs. With a focus on meaningful action, Ocean Wise is an exciting organization to work for. With deep experience in the field of ocean conservation, strong corporate partnerships and support from everyday citizens, Ocean Wise is taking a critical moment to create lasting change for the ocean.

Ocean Wise’s core values – Knowledge, Integrity, Extreme Collaboration, Impact, & Optimism – represent their highest priorities. These values are at the heart of how the organization works and serve as cultural cornerstones exemplified by all members of the team.

It is within this context that Ocean Wise welcomes applications for the position of Director, Development commencing in Spring 2024, or soon after. The position will be 100% remote, with the corporate head office in Vancouver, BC.

Reporting to the Vice-President, Development, the Director of Development (“Director”) is responsible for growing the organization’s donor base and will lead fundraising activities that secure the philanthropic resources needed to sustain and scale the organization’s work. Ocean Wise is at an important moment of growth and is building a first-class fundraising operation to support expansion across Canada, into the United States and around the world. With an ambition of raising $45 million annually by 2030.

The Director is responsible for personally managing a portfolio of donors and overseeing effective donor stewardship with existing funders; identifying and cultivating relationships with prospective new funders (including bringing potential funders to the organization through existing relationships); leading the development of proposals and reports; establishing systems and processes to support an effective fundraising operation; and tracking progress toward fundraising objectives. The Director is a member of Ocean Wise’s leadership team, contributing to the strategic direction of the organization with direct management of the following portfolios: annual giving, major gifts, leadership gifts, and foundations. The Director will virtually manage a team of 6 people and collaborate with the Business Development and global engagement/communications teams to find opportunities to identify and grow giving across the user journey, touching all who engage with Ocean Wise.

As the ideal candidate, you are an established development/fundraising leader, with a proven track record in cultivating and securing major gifts, and with annual giving, major gifts, leadership gifts, and foundations. Experience in the ocean, environment, or climate sectors is considered an asset. You will bring leadership experience of a similar scope and breadth, an entrepreneurial and relational approach, and the ability and interest to lead in a dynamic, fast-paced environment. Experience engaging with donors who are committed to restoring the ocean, fighting climate change and/or protecting the environment will be a significant asset. Either post-secondary education or an equivalent combination of relative experience, education and is required.

Compensation – A salary of $120,000 – $145,000, commensurate with experience, is paired with a comprehensive group benefits package, including health, dental, vision, life and critical illness protection. Ocean Wise also offers RRSP matching of up to 6% of salary, paid vacation, and an additional 6 management days.  

To learn more about this impactful leadership opportunity with Ocean Wise, please submit a comprehensive resume along with a cover letter in confidence to Jane Griffith (jane@griffithgroup.ca) and/or Caroline McLean (caroline@griffithgroup.ca).

Ocean Wise is a remote-first organization with beautiful headquarters in downtown Vancouver.

Ocean Wise is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. It is a company where diverse backgrounds, experiences and viewpoints are valued. Ocean Wise does not make hiring or employment decisions on the basis of race, colour, religion, gender, gender identity, sex, sexual orientation, disability, veteran status, age, ethnic or national origin.

Ocean Wise and Griffith Group are committed to an inclusive, accessible and welcoming hiring process that provides reasonable accommodation to all applicants. Please advise Jane Griffith (jane@griffithgroup.ca) should you require any accommodation to participate in the recruitment and/or assessment processes.

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, preference will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents.

President & Chief Executive Officer

Habitat for Humanity Canada (“HFHC”) is a national, secular, charitable organization working towards a world where everyone has a decent and safe place to call home. HFHC brings communities together to help families build strength, stability and independence through affordable homeownership and other housing solutions across Canada and around the world. With the help of volunteers, Habitat homeowners, and 46 local Habitat affiliates working in every province and territory, HFHC provides a solid foundation for better, healthier lives in Canada. HFHC is the national organization for the federation in Canada and is also the Canadian member of Habitat for Humanity International, which was established in 1976 and has grown to become a leading global nonprofit working in more than 70 countries.
It is within this context that Habitat for Humanity Canada welcomes applications and nominations for the appointment of its next President & Chief Executive Officer.
Reporting to the National Board of Directors, the President & CEO is responsible for the National Office, providing consistent leadership to further the achievement of the organization’s Vision and Values, and with supporting the Board of Directors in fulfilling its policy and governance function. Additionally, the President & CEO provides strategic leadership to the Canadian affiliates on a diverse range of matters including federation strategic planning; operational programs; fund and gift-in-kind development; marketing and communications; external partnerships; government relations; affiliate engagement; and the Global Village program. The President & CEO will champion and embed equity, diversity, inclusion and accessibility (EDI & A), and reconciliation and indigenization, into all aspects of the organization. The President & CEO will continue to, foster and support a culture that encourages strong and respectful collaboration between national office staff, the affiliates, donors, community partners, and all levels of government. In cooperation with the Board, the President & CEO will also develop or extend the organization’s strategic plan, as Framing the Future 2021-2024, draws to a close. The President & CEO will ensure regular, transparent and ongoing communications with the affiliates to ensure informed decisions can be made in a timely and accurate manner. The President & CEO represents the organization and serves as chief spokesperson at events, conferences, and partnership meetings, and presents and promotes the organization.
As the ideal candidate, you are a proven leader who brings knowledge, and an understanding, of affordable housing, governance, financial management, donor stewardship, institutional funding, change management and organizational strategy. Your career includes progressive experience in senior leadership roles from a national organization of similar size and complexity, and experience from a non-profit organization or a registered charity within a federation structure is considered a strong asset. As a leader, you empower high performance, mission-driven, and results-oriented teams, and have the required skill to influence change and manage complex, multi-faceted dynamic relationships, in this case, with all of the Habitat affiliates. Your communications skills are excellent, and you are at ease with public speaking. As a national organization, proficiency in English is required, and bilingualism in French and English is highly desirable. Your executive skills are well developed and include financial and budgetary expertise, knowledge of governance best practices, experience in a transformative yet holistic change, and conflict resolution skills.
To learn more about this impactful leadership opportunity with Habitat for Humanity Canada, please submit a comprehensive resume along with a cover letter in confidence to Jane Griffith (jane@griffithgroup.ca) and/or Caroline McLean (caroline@griffithgroup.ca) or visit www.griffithgroup.ca/hfhc-president-ceo
Habitat for Humanity Canada welcomes and encourages applications from all qualified individuals, including, but not limited to women, Indigenous persons, racialized persons, persons with disabilities and persons of all sexual orientations and/or gender identities.
All qualified candidates are welcome to apply; however, priority will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents.
Habitat for Humanity Canada and Griffith Group are committed to an inclusive, accessible and welcoming hiring process that provides reasonable accommodation to all applicants. Please advise Jane Griffith (jane@griffithgroup.ca) should you require any accommodation to participate in the recruitment and/or assessment processes.

Provost & Vice-President, Academic

Acadia University is in Mi’kma’ki, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq. This territory is covered by the “Treaties of Peace and Friendship” which the Mi’kmaq, Wəlastəkwiyik (Maliseet), and Passamaquoddy Peoples first signed with the British Crown in 1726. The treaties did not deal with surrender of lands and resources but in fact recognized Mi’kmaq and Wəlastəkwiyik (Maliseet) title and established the rules for what was to be an ongoing relationship between nations. Acknowledging the land that we are on means that we are working towards decolonization.
Founded in 1838, Acadia University is one of the oldest and most respected universities in Canada known for providing a quality, high-engagement, primarily undergraduate student experience. Acadia is just a one-hour drive from Halifax, Nova Scotia, and is an integral part of the quintessential college town of Wolfville, overlooking the Annapolis Valley and the Bay of Fundy. With a total enrollment of almost 4,000, Acadia attracts students from every province and territory and more than 60 countries to take advantage of strong academic programs, a curriculum that encourages personal development, and collaborative learning experiences led by award-winning professors. As a member of the Maple League of Universities, Acadia is committed to the delivery of excellent 21st-century liberal education that distinguishes its students as leaders who will make a positive difference in communities across the world.
It is within this dynamic context that Acadia University invites applications and nominations for the appointment of its next Provost & Vice-President, Academic, commencing July 1, 2024 or soon after. This appointment will be for a term of six years and is renewable for a second term as outlined in the University’s “Guidelines for the Appointment and Review of Senior Academic Officers” policy.
Reporting to Acadia’s 17th President & Vice-Chancellor, Dr. Jeff Hennessy, the Provost & Vice-President, Academic (“PVPA”) is the chief academic officer of the University and a key member of the senior leadership team. Responsible for the planning, development, administration, and integrity of Acadia’s academic and research affairs, the PVPA plays a major role in the fulfilment of the University’s vision, mission and values, and the achievement of its goals. The PVPA is responsible for ensuring that all of the operations and activities support the central academic mission of the University. The Provost & Vice-President, Academic will provide an important voice in the leadership and vision of the University, working closely with the President to sustain Acadia’s reputation for the highest quality of academic programming and the delivery of a unique, transformational student experience. This includes opportunities to manage and innovate in the area of learning technologies and teaching support. The PVPA will also enhance the University’s commitment to social justice, equity, diversity, inclusion, and anti-racism.
As the ideal candidate, you are committed to, and experienced with, building collegial relationships with faculty, staff, and students in a visible way. You are a respected educator, researcher, and academic leader with the ability to advance and transform university academic goals, programs, and priorities through fostering and encouraging innovation. You have demonstrated accomplishments in a senior academic administrative role, a level of scholarship and intellectual acumen that will facilitate credibility both internally and externally, and hold a record of, and commitment to, teaching and research success at both the undergraduate and graduate level. You have a proven record of successful leadership in academic planning and implementation, and with a unionized environment, collective bargaining and negotiations. As a skilled communicator and strategic thinker, you build and sustain positive working relationships across campus and with external communities, including all levels of government. You possess a collaborative and collegial style, a creative approach to problem solving, and the ability to inspire through engaging management and interpersonal skills. As a values-based, community-engaged leader, your commitment to all aspects of social justice, equity, diversity, inclusion, and anti-racism is evident in your knowledge, relationships and actions. Candidates must hold an earned Ph.D. from a recognized university.
To apply or explore this exceptional leadership opportunity with Acadia University, please submit a curriculum vitae along with a cover letter in confidence to Jane Griffith (jane@griffithgroup.ca) and/or Caroline McLean (caroline@griffithgroup.ca), or visit www.griffithgroup.ca/ provost-vp-academic-acadia-university
Acadia University is strongly committed to employment equity and diversity in the workplace and welcomes applications from women, Indigenous peoples, African Canadians/people of African descent and other racialized persons, persons with disabilities, persons of minority sexual orientation or gender identity, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas.
As part of your application, you will be invited to complete a brief Employment Equity Voluntary Self-Identification Form. This form is voluntary.
The University strives to be an equitable and inclusive community, and proactively seeks to increase diversity among its community members. If you require any accommodations at any point during the application and hiring process, please contact jane@griffithgroup.ca.
Please be advised that only those invited for an interview will be contacted. The University reserves the right not to fill this position.
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.

Vice President, Advancement / Vice-président ou vice-présidente de l’avancement

Vice President, Advancement / Vice-président ou vice-présidente de l’avancement{CIFARThe opportunityCIFAR is a global research organization that convenes extraordinary minds to address science and humanity’s most …

[APPLICATIONS CLOSED] Organizer

Guided by a bold Academic Plan, an ambitious research agenda, and a Master Plan to revitalize the campus and surrounding neighbourhood, Toronto Metropolitan University (TMU) is among the most applied-to universities in Ontario and its reputation with business and community leaders continues to rise. TMU offers more than 125 undergraduate and graduate programs. Culturally diverse and inclusive, the university is home to more than 48,000 students, including nearly 3,000 master’s and PhD students, over 3,800 faculty and staff, and more than 200,000 alumni worldwide. In 2023, TMU was ranked number one on the Forbes list of Canada’s Best Employers for Diversity 2023, a ranking of the top 150 organizations across the country promoting creative, diverse, equitable and inclusive workplaces.
About TMU
TMU’s programs combine the foundational knowledge of a discipline with real-world experiential learning experiences and the development of life skills such as self-confidence to take calculated risks and creativity to generate new ideas. Effective communication, critical thinking, and resourceful problem-solving skills are emphasized across programs. Cross-cultural competence and a deep appreciation of the linguistic and cultural diversity of the campus and the city help students become responsible and engaged global citizens. Research at TMU has been on a consistent trajectory of success and growth: externally funded research has more than doubled in the past four years. A solid foundation of scholarly, research and creative (SRC) excellence has resulted in the University experiencing outstanding success in the Research Infosource 20-year retrospective where it placed first in total comprehensive university income growth, second in not-for-profit research income growth, and third in corporate research income growth. TMU has also been successful in receiving both CERC and CFREF grants.

[APPLICATIONS CLOSED] Executive Director, Philanthropy and Public Affairs / Directeur Exécutif/Directrice Exécutive, Philanthropie et Affaires Publiques

Cuso International is an international cooperation and development organization that works to create economic and social opportunities for marginalized groups. Together with its partners, Cuso International is focused on efforts to advance gender equality and social inclusion, improve economic resilience, and deliver progress on climate action. Cuso International believes that by sharing skills, we can build better futures. Founded in 1961, today Cuso International works in Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean, and Canada.
Wherever Cuso International works and in everything it does, Cuso International prioritizes the interests and needs of marginalized communities. Cuso International uses the term “marginalized” to refer to all groups of persons excluded from mainstream social, economic, educational, political, and/or cultural life, including those who face discrimination on the basis of their gender, ethnicity, political opinions, legal status, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, or religion. Such marginalization varies by context. Marginalized groups usually include (but are not limited to) women and girls, LGBQTI+, Indigenous Peoples, people living with disabilities or in extreme poverty, youth, elderly, refugees, and other displaced people.
In 2023, Cuso International has embarked on a process of renewal with the launch of a new strategy to grow its contributions to advancing inclusive global progress. It is within this context that Cuso International welcomes applications and nominations for the appointment of its Executive Director, Philanthropy and Public Affairs.
Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer Nicolas Moyer, the Executive Director, Philanthropy and Public Affairs provides leadership, vision, strategic oversight, and direction to the fundraising and public affairs portfolios. The Executive Director is an integral part of the Leadership team which includes the Chief Executive Officer, Chief Operations Officer, Director of Programs Strategy and Innovation, and the Director of Program Quality and Impact. This inaugural role, leading a combined Philanthropy and Public Affairs department, will be tasked with ensuring that all plans and related activities are in alignment with Cuso International’s mission, values, strategic and operational plans, practice standards and policies. Leading a capable and experienced team, the Executive Director will build and support an integrated revenue strategy that prioritizes collaboration, consistency, and innovation to drive revenue and awareness. The Executive Director will oversee Cuso International’s approach to public engagement and advocacy, ensuring that organizational positioning, thought leadership and public-facing advocacy efforts contribute to increased community mobilization and support government revenue generation objectives. Success will require effective strategic oversight of all aspects of marketing and communications including brand management, advertising, promotion, media relations, collateral, website, public engagement and digital and social media. The Executive Director will represent Cuso International at external functions, and work closely with the Program Strategy and Innovation team to lead Cuso International’s engagement in collective advocacy and policy positions to ensure they are aligned with the organization’s thought leadership and advocacy goals. The Executive Director will work closely with the Board as a whole, the Board Fundraising and Public Affairs Committee and individual Directors, as required, including the regular reporting of plans, outcomes, and results.
As the ideal candidate, you bring progressive and successful leadership experience in fundraising, marketing, and communications. You have demonstrated experience leading a comprehensive, integrated fundraising team, including major and planned giving, campaigns, corporate partnerships, foundation funding, annual giving, and events. You have successfully planned and delivered strategic fundraising and communications programs that align with organizational priorities. You are a strategic thinker that sees the connections between brand communications, public engagement and philanthropy. You have, personally, secured strategic-level philanthropic contributions from individual donors and foundations, and are committed to supporting donor stewardship to strengthening and deepening donor relationships and experiences. In relation to public affairs, you have contributed to, and/or have led thought leadership and advocacy activities as well as public campaigns or mobilizations and have provided leadership and support to mobilizing boards, committees, and senior volunteers in support of an organization’s goals. As a team leader, you foster and promote a highly collaborative environment, which is positive, flexible, and responsive. You are adept at managing a complex budget with competing interests, in a manner that both is financially sustainable and responsible. You are at ease presenting verbally and through written communications with varying audiences. Candidates must hold a degree from a recognized university and be able to work confidently and proficiently in French. The ability to also communicate in Spanish is an asset.
The Executive Director will be based in Ottawa, Ontario, and candidates for the position must be able to work regularly in person at Cuso International’s main office. Flexible workplace policies also allow for temporary work arrangements from other locations, including Cuso International Country Offices. Occasional travel across Canada and internationally will also be required in this role.
To learn more about this impactful leadership opportunity with Cuso International, please submit a comprehensive resume along with a cover letter in confidence to Jane Griffith (jane@griffithgroup.ca) and/or Noshina Choudhary (noshina@griffithgroup.ca) or visit www.griffithgroup.ca/cuso-executive-director-philanthropy-public-affairs
Cuso International welcomes and encourages applications from all qualified individuals, including, but not limited to women, Indigenous persons, racialized persons, persons with disabilities and persons of all sexual orientations and/or gender identities. All qualified candidates are welcome to apply; however, priority will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents.
Cuso International and Griffith Group are committed to an inclusive, accessible and welcoming hiring process that provides reasonable accommodation to all applicants. Please advise Jane Griffith (jane@griffithgroup.ca) should you require any accommodation to participate in the recruitment and/or assessment processes.

Chief Executive Officer

The Sunshine Foundation of Canada is a national charitable organization that changes the lives of youth living with severe physical disabilities across Canada through programs that lay the foundation for lifelong change.
Since 1987, Sunshine has been trusted by families and healthcare professionals to provide over 8,800 Sunshine individual experiences and more than 64 Sunshine DreamLifts across the country, igniting brighter futures for youth with disabilities.
It is within this context that the Sunshine Foundation of Canada (“Sunshine”) welcomes applications and nominations for the appointment of its Chief Executive Officer (“CEO”). This appointment calls for a transformative, dedicated and supportive leader with the passion and drive to reach ambitious goals and take Sunshine to its next level of achievement.
Reporting to the Board of Directors, the CEO is responsible for advancing the national profile of the organization and raising the awareness of Sunshine’s vision to increase the number of young people Sunshine serves and inspire more Sunshine dreamers, changing their lives forever.
With the upcoming launch of an organizational brand refresh, and the recent launch of Sunshine’s first five-year $10M Comprehensive Campaign, the CEO will provide strategy, vision and innovation to raise the necessary funds to increase program fulfillment four-fold and secure ever-increasing levels of philanthropic support. As the external face and spokesperson of the organization, the CEO will build positive relationships across a broad stakeholder group including corporate partners and funders, community groups, volunteers, politicians, and other organizations.
The CEO will lead and empower a talented team and foster and advance an entrepreneurial, high-performance, and caring culture. The CEO ensures the efficient and effective day-to-day operation of the organization, including financial planning and management, human resources, risk management, programs and services, marketing and communications, and strategic planning.
As the ideal candidate, you have progressive leadership experience, ideally gained within a not-for-profit organization, and you understand the dynamics of working with, and in support of, a Board of Directors. You are an experienced fundraiser with a proven track record of soliciting transformative gifts, coupled with fiscal management experience. Marketing and branding experience is an asset. You have the ability to foster relationships with a wide range of stakeholders, including corporate leaders, funders, community partners, staff, volunteers, and young program participants. You have strong communication skills and are at ease promoting an organization’s mission to external stakeholders and enhancing an organization’s community profile both locally and nationally.
Your problem-solving skills support and enable you to set clear priorities and make sound decisions. As a leader, you empower mission-driven and results-oriented teams, while fostering an inclusive and collaborative environment. Like Sunshine, you value integrity, compassion and respect, and have the courage and commitment to achieve the organization’s goals. Candidates must have a commitment to advancing equity, diversity, inclusion and accessibility. Candidates must also have a commitment to advancing Sunshine’s mission; lived experience is considered a strong asset. A post-secondary degree or diploma is required.
To learn more about this impactful leadership opportunity with The Sunshine Foundation of Canada, please submit a comprehensive resume along with a cover letter in confidence to Sam Walton (sam@griffithgroup.ca) and/or Noshina Choudhary (noshina@griffithgroup.ca).
The Sunshine Foundation of Canada is an equal-opportunity employer and welcomes applications from all qualified individuals, and strongly encourages applications from women, members of Indigenous, Black, and racialized communities; Two-Spirit, non-binary, trans, lesbian, gay, bisexual, and queer people; people with disabilities; and members of other equity-deserving groups.
The Sunshine Foundation of Canada and Griffith Group are committed to an inclusive, accessible and welcoming hiring process that provides reasonable accommodation to all applicants. Please advise Sam Walton (sam@griffithgroup.ca) should you require any accommodation to participate in the recruitment and assessment processes.
All qualified candidates are welcome to apply; however, priority will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents.