Plastic Bank Foundation
Remote across Canada. HQ located in Vancouver, BC
ABOUT THE PLASTIC BANK FOUNDATION
Plastic Bank Foundation (“PBF” or “The Foundation”) is a not for profit organization based in Vancouver, British Columbia. It is registered as a designated Charitable Organization under the Society Act, by the Province of BC, Registrar of Companies, with a fiscal period end of April 30.
PBF is in the business of gathering people together to reveal the value of plastic waste, while improving lives and cleaning up our Earth. To achieve our goal, the Plastic Bank Foundation empowers the world’s most impoverished communities to earn a stable income in exchange for removing plastic pollution from their environment.
The Foundation’s purpose is to offer training and support within Social Plastic ecosystems in developing countries, in addition to running recycling, poverty reduction, and ocean plastic awareness campaigns.
What is the relationship between Plastic Bank (Recycling Corporation) and Plastic Bank Foundation?
Plastic Bank (Recycling Corporation) and Plastic Bank Foundation are legally distinct entities and maintain separate financials, governance, and staff. However, each party shares a common mission and work towards a common goal of tackling the complex global challenges of stopping ocean plastics and alleviating poverty.
The relationship is defined by a legal partnership agreement which outlines the roles and responsibilities of each party and is reviewed and signed off annually by the Executive Director and Board of Directors of both organizations. The Foundation has an active Board of Directors who oversee the organization and drive the strategic direction of the charity. The board provides legal, financial, and fiduciary oversight to the charity and appoints the Executive Director to oversee the day to day operations.
ABOUT THE ROLE
We are seeking an experienced senior leader of charitable entities for this position to support our strategy development and coordinate efforts with Plastic Bank Corporation. This leader will create strategies and implement programs to raise charitable donations from individuals and Corporate Giving Programs, as well as create a business development team to leverage grants that support ending ocean plastics pollution and alleviating poverty. They will create a network of relationships that support these impactful programs, create systems of reporting to CRA, funders, and ensure monitoring and evaluation programs demonstrate our impact and value for money. They will also support the development of similar charitable entities in the US and EU. They will report to the Plastic Bank Foundation Board of Directors.
(1) Relationship Management and New Business Development
(2) Organizational Performance Evaluation
(3) Financial Oversight
(4) Human Resources Management
(5) Governance & legal Compliance
● Ensures full legal compliance in all governance areas - eg. Not for Profit registration, tax, employment, health and safety, insurance, etc.
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