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Are you an energetic fundraising professional, passionate about supportive communication with donors and potential donors? Does helping wildlife align with your values? If so, this may be the position for you!
Established as a registered charity in 1979, Wildlife Rescue Association of BC is a leader in the rehabilitation of wild animals in the urban environment. The organization is committed to saving lives while educating the public on how to coexist peacefully with urban wildlife. We are BC’s busiest wildlife rehabilitation centre, now with over 4,700 patients and 24,000 phone calls coming into the Wildlife Support Centre each year. We are located in the beautiful Burnaby Lake Park in Burnaby BC.
The Fund Development is a small team of fundraising, communications, marketing, and IT professionals that we are very happy to be expanding. The organization is growing rapidly with exciting new opportunities to pursue for generating a broader scope of funding. This is an ideal position for someone who enjoys contributing to an organized team, is passionate about connecting community members with our mission and programs, has great attention to organization and details, and has knowledge and experience in non-profit fundraising programs.
The position of Community Relations Specialist has a key role in building and maintaining relations with individual and major donors, businesses and corporations, supporting legacy gift planning and implementing systems to streamline relationship development in these areas. This position interfaces with many other departments and has a very close working relationship with the Wildlife Support Centre – customer service department.
We look forward to hearing from you if you have these essential qualifications:
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