Manager, Charitable Partnerships

Organization NameJob CategoriesPosition TypeRegion and Location(s)Career LevelSalaryAd Online SinceApplication Deadline
North Shore Community Resources Society
  • Fundraising / Giving
Part Time
  • British Columbia - Vancouver & Lower Mainland - North Vancouver
Manager (Supervisor of Staff)N/A2019-11-302020-01-28

Founded in 1976, North Shore Community Resources’ (NSCR) mission is to enhance well-being, social connections, empowerment and community participation by designing & delivering programs & services to create a thriving North Shore.  To achieve this mission, we provide community programs and services in four areas: Parent & Child programs, Seniors programs, Community Engagement and Community Legal Services & Housing Advocacy.  To learn more about NSCR, see our Annual Report and visit our website at

The Manager, Charitable Partnerships, working closely with the Executive Director, is the lead staff person responsible for NSCR’s fundraising program, including individual, corporate, events and in-kind donations.  This position works with staff and volunteers to integrate a total organization approach to fundraising & funding relationships, with the goal of creating an organizational culture of philanthropy.  The Manager also works with a wide variety of NSCR community partners in the private, government and civil society sectors.  This is a part-time, 3 day / week position.



1.  Fundraising Planning & Development

  • Updating and implementing a fundraising plan appropriate for the organization, consistent with NSCR’s Strategic Plan, that promotes the organization to donors and that maximizes the public awareness of NSCR’s fundraising opportunities & activities
  • Planning, developing, implementing and evaluating strategies & tactics for corporate & institutional donors as well as individual donors
  • Given limited resources, evaluating and recommending preferred fundraising activities to be undertaken by the Manager as part of the fundraising plan & periodic work plans
  • Human resource management of any assigned staff or volunteers to assist with fundraising activities, including hiring and supervising
  • Financial management by monitoring and implementing fundraising activities consistent with available budget
  • Reporting on fundraising activities by providing regular updates to the NSCR Executive Director and Board of Directors

2.  Donor Management

  • Identifying, cultivating and managing relationships with new & existing donors, including developing, implementing and evaluating a case for support for major donors, corporate donors & individual donors
  • Developing, implementing and evaluating an appropriate individual donor program, including an appropriate charitable receipting process and a process for soliciting legacy donations
  • Planning, developing, implementing and evaluating special fundraising events
  • Maintaining appropriate donor software and stewardship of donor personal information
  • Developing, implementing and evaluating appropriate donor information records & recognition processes
  • Developing, implementing and evaluating strategies to enlist the support & assistance of all NSCR staff & volunteers (including the Board of Directors) in fundraising activities to create a culture of philanthropy within NSCR
  • Identifying potential grants for NSCR programs and services; assisting NSCR managers and other staff with grant applications as appropriate

The Manager, Charitable Partnerships will work closely with the Executive Director, the Board of Directors and other staff / volunteers to implement a successful NSCR fundraising program. 


Qualifications & Experience

  • Demonstrated fundraising skills and experience (1-3 years) with diverse donor audiences & methodologies (traditional direct mail campaigns, digital and social media)
  • Demonstrated financial management skills
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Programs (Word, Excel, etc.), Adobe and other computer software
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team; ability to seek and take direction as appropriate
  • Excellent administrative, organizational, interpersonal and communication skills; enjoys working with people and has the capacity to motivate others
  • Exceptional relationship-building skills and experience
  • Capacity to travel and to work outside of regular office hours (9 am to 4:30 pm M – F)
  • Relevant post-secondary education
  • Membership in the Association of Fundraising Professionals and a second language are assets
  • Suitable Candidates Subject to Criminal Record Check


Competitive wage depending on experience, with benefits.

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