What we do
At BC Children’s Hospital Foundation, we’re on a quest to ensure every kid in the province receives the best health care imaginable. As a fundraising organization, we inspire communities and people to support BC Children’s Hospital, along with its world-class research institute, mental health facility and rehabilitation centre.
Our work makes a profound difference. From helping to get the boldest research ideas off the ground to supporting the most advanced equipment, together we are pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in children’s health care. This is no small task—which is why we’re looking for passionate people to join our team and help propel our mission forward.
What you’ll do
At BCCHF, we operate two successful lotteries each year – Choices and Dreams – with combined revenue of $26M. Recently, we have made the decision to bring the administration and operations of our lotteries in house, which had previously been outsourced to a third-party. As a result of this change, we are now seeking a Lottery Assistant to support this important revenue raising activity for BCCHF!
Reporting to the Manager, Finance – Lotteries, the Lottery Assistant would be responsible for:
What you bring
As the successful candidate, you bring excellent organizational skills, have a keen eye for detail, and the ability to schedule and balance your workload in a very busy, dynamic environment. To complement this, you have a degree or diploma in professional administration with one to three years of related experience. In addition, you also possess:
What you can expect
This position is based in our office located in Vancouver, BC. Currently, BCCHF employees are working predominantly from home but looking to the future, we will be embracing a hybrid work environment where you will have the opportunity to work from home up to 50% of the time. However, please note that during peak times for the two lotteries, you may be required to be in the office more frequently to meet the operational demands of the lottery program.
Throughout the pandemic, BCCHF has committed to prioritizing the health and safety of our team members. As an organization who advocates for child health, we have implemented a mandatory vaccination policy requiring that all employees who work for BCCHF must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Reasonable accommodations will be made upon request should there be a need for an exemption based on the BC Human Rights Code protected grounds; these will be reviewed and discussed on a case-by-case basis.
We believe that anything is possible. And that permeates every action we take. As a team, we push ourselves to constantly aim higher in our work. We try new things and challenge the status quo. We respect each other and act from a place of compassion in everything we do.
While we take our work seriously, we’re also big on taking care of our team. We offer perks like a nine-day fortnight schedule and flexible hours, topnotch health and dental benefits, and a commitment to professional development.
We think it’s a pretty amazing place. Others agree—we’re proud to say that we’ve been recognized as one of BC’s Top Employers for 12 years in a row.
BCCHF invites and encourages all qualified individuals to apply. As an organization committed to fostering an inclusive workplace that reflects the diversity of the communities we serve and support, we welcome individuals whose experiences may further contribute to the rich diversification of skills, knowledge, and backgrounds at the Foundation.
Seem like the right place for you? Join us and help kids shine. Apply online www.bcchf.ca/join-team by January 24, 2022.
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