Outward Bound Canada is committed to inclusion and strives to have broad representation that reflects the diversity of Canada. We encourage applications from candidates who identify as Black, Indigenous, People of Colour or People of the Global Majority, members of the 2SLGBTQIA+ community, and all other equity-deserving groups.
WHO WE ARE
Outward Bound Canada (OBC) is committed to helping Canadian youth change the trajectory of their lives. With young people desiring to thrive in an unpredictable and changing world, OBC, a registered charity, offers social-emotional education through experiential adventures in the outdoors. Since 1969, OBC has inspired over 150,000 participants to discover their potential, with a particular emphasis on providing greater access to those facing socioeconomic barriers. . For our youth, these experiences develop resilience, social-emotional intelligence, and environmental leadership to contribute to a better, more compassionate, and resilient society. The impact of our work on young people in Canada is found in our recent case for support.
OBC is seeking a skilled fundraising professional who will be responsible for expanding and increasing the impact of our corporate partnership program. Reporting to the Head of Engagement and Development, and working closely with the Executive Director and Cabinet, the Manager, Corporate Partnerships will focus on securing major support from corporate partners; lead the execution of partnership and grant agreements, and take an active role in collaborating with a variety of internal and external stakeholders to support all fundraising efforts to further the mission of OBC across the country.
The Manager will be responsible for developing a corporate partnership strategy in-line with the organization’s strategic plan. They will also manage a portfolio of corporate donors/prospects; be responsible for relationship cultivation, solicitation, stewardship, and communication activities; and provide donor database support as well as support other team activities (i.e. corporate event sponsorships).
WHAT WE OFFER
Location: Toronto, Ontario
Salary range: $65,000-$80,000 annually
Benefits: Comprehensive benefits package and Employee Assistance Plan
Term: Full Time
Supervisor: Head of Engagement and Development
Application Deadline: August 16, 2022
Anticipated Start Date: August/September 2022
OPPORTUNITY FOR IMPACT
WHAT YOU BRING
OBC recognizes relevant skills and knowledge can be gained through volunteer and life experiences as well as professional and educational backgrounds. Please outline in a brief cover letter how you have gained the following experiences, and how you would apply them to this role:
At Outward Bound Canada we believe that communities that have been historically underrepresented in outdoor recreation must be centered in the work we do. Therefore, we strongly encourage applications from people who will increase representation, and invite applicants to outline how they will contribute to this in their application.
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