For over 100 years, Big Brothers Big Sisters has been giving young Canadians the confidence to achieve more by developing and implementing a wide range of mentoring services. Many young people find themselves in vulnerable situations and facing adversities such as mental health struggles, family violence, identity issues or challenging living conditions, which put these youth at risk of not reaching their full potential. With the guidance and support of professionally trained volunteer mentors, these risks can be minimized or avoided all together. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada (BBBSC) is the National Office for 102 member agencies serving over 1,100 communities across Canada. Our role is that of catalyst, facilitator, and guardian of the brand. We provide support, services, training, and leadership to our member agencies, which deliver quality mentoring programs to over 42,000 children annually by mobilizing 21,000+ volunteers. Learn more >
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada (BBBSC) is seeking a National Vice President, Network Development and Member Services to join our senior leadership team.
The Vice President, Network Development and Member Services is responsible for building the capacity and increasing the sustainability of member Agencies to carry out their mission in keeping with the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada vision and mission. The Vice President leads and manages the Network Development and Member Services Team to develop sustainable mentoring services focused on safety and quality.
The Vice President, Network Development and Member Services must have demonstrated experience successfully overseeing work of a similar scope and complexity for a non-profit organization or similarly organized (federated or franchise) for-profit. The successful candidate must have the ability to do the following: communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; think strategically and creatively; work effectively and professionally with diverse agency leaders, boards, and staff across the country; manage multiple high-level and complex projects simultaneously; and employ superior negotiating and consensus building skills.
The National Vice President, Network Development and Member Services is accountable, and reports, to the National President & CEO.
Interested and qualified applicants may apply through our Charity Village listing.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada is committed to principles of anti-oppression and employment equity. We strongly encourage members of Indigenous, ethno-racial, LGBTQ+, Francophone, immigrant, refugee, differently abled and other equity seeking groups to apply and self-identify. Language abilities, especially bilingualism (English and French) are considered an asset. If accommodation if required during the hiring process, please inform the hiring committee once selected for an interview.
We thank all applicants but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.