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In addition to staff positions, the Foundation will need volunteers in various capacities as work gets underway. While we do not have any current volunteer openings at this time, we are happy to hear from interested individuals and will keep people’s information on file for when opportunities emerge. Please email your interest to: email@example.com
Current Staff Openings
Executive Director, Sixties Scoop Healing Foundation
The Board of Directors, Sixties Scoop Healing Foundation, presents a unique opportunity for the right candidate to assume executive leadership within a charitable foundation devoted to the healing and wellness of Survivors of the Sixties Scoop and their families.
Reporting to the Board of Directors, SSHF, this newly created position will appeal to senior executives who have an interest in developing and operationalizing a long awaited Survivor based response to the multiple issues associated with the Sixties Scoop. In partnership with the Board of Directors, the founding Executive Director will build the organization from the ground up. They will be the face of the Foundation and will play an integral role in the development of programs and services to support Survivors.
As the only national body speaking on behalf of Survivors the Executive Director will articulate the Vision, Mission, developmental approach, needs rationale, and the overall strategy, both strategic and operational. The position requires mastery of compromise and inclusion and the ability to create peace and consensus without compromising fundamental instructions. The foundation is new and will need to create its own path. The Executive Director will be comfortable embracing ambiguity and making things tangible when the path ahead is not clear.
The successful candidate will recruit and manage a senior leadership team and will be accountable and responsible for the management of an initial budget of 50 million dollars. Being the founding Executive Director is both an honor and privilege and will require a passion for the work, and an understanding of its sacredness.
• Board Support/Development • Survivor, Sector and Community Relations and Communication • Sustainability and Development • Programs and Advocacy • Financial Management • Human Resources • Operations and Technology • Compliance and Best Practices
Candidate Selection Criteria
• Degree level education in human services/ management/ administration • 7 years + experience in developing and operationalizing significant Indigenous initiatives • Adept at government relations • Understands and conforms to Indigenous cultural and community protocols • Demonstrated results in fund raising and structural sustainability • Demonstrable success in designing and developing major projects • Direct senior level management experience in the majority areas of responsibility • Experience in providing leadership in some of the priority activities of the SSHF • Understands the unique role of advocacy within the charitable sector, its constraints and opportunities • Can lead in the creation and execution of operational plans • Well experienced in providing support to a volunteer Board of Directors
Location, Compensation and Term
• The successful candidate will not need to relocate within Canada • The SSHF is committed to hiring the best possible candidate and will provide competitive and attractive compensation commensurate with this aspiration • The position will be secured through a contract, subject to successful completion of a six-month period of probation • Candidate selection subject to police and vulnerable sector review
The Board thanks the job applicants for applying. Only candidates chosen to be interviewed will be contacted.
The SSHF will be hiring additional senior executive staff; Candidates who are not selected for the Executive Director position may be contacted to determine interest. Please indicate if you do not wish to be contacted regarding other senior executive staff opportunities.