Since its foundation in 1970, Portage has helped thousands of people regain control of their lives through specialized addiction rehabilitation programs for adolescents, adults, pregnant women and mothers with young children, substance abusers with mental health problem
Portage’s treatment approach is based on the therapeutic community in its many centers in the Atlantic,
Québec and Ontario.
The Manager, Development – Portage Ontario will be a member of the Portage team reporting to the Director of Development – Portage Ontario. S/he will work closely with the other Manager, Development. In addition, s/he will liaise regularly with colleagues in Montreal and the staff at the Portage treatment Centre in Elora.
This position works out of the Portage treatment Centre in Elora. Some limited travel to the Toronto office may occur. Frequent travel to meetings in/ around the Centre Wellington, Kitchener, Waterloo, London areas is necessary.
A key requirement to note is that the Manager is expected to bring professional judgment and focused energy, to building a culture of philanthropy where giving becomes a by-product of a compelling mission and a commitment to relationship building and growth.
Out of all above arise the following:
We are looking for :
Position: full-time, 35 h per week
Schedule: day shift, Monday to Friday
Salary: according to the salary grid
Please direct your letter of interest along with your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Resumes will be reviewed as they are received until a suitable candidate is selected. No resumes will be accepted after January, 18, 2019.
Special Events Coordinator
18 month contract, 37.5 hours/week
St. Mary’s General Hospital
Located in the heart of Kitchener, St. Mary’s is the second-largest acute care hospital in the St. Joseph’s Health System and a Regional Cardiac Care Centre. It proudly serves the residents of Waterloo, Wellington County, and extends its reach to Dufferin, Grey-Bruce and beyond.
Its nearly 2,000 staff, physicians and volunteers provide excellent, compassionate care to hundreds of thousands of patients and families every year in its core areas of clinical focus: Cardiac Care (Regional Cardiac Centre), Respiratory Care (Level 1 Thoracic Surgery Centre), Outpatient (Day) Surgery, General Medicine, 24/7 Emergency Care.
While the Foundation was formally incorporated in 1986 to act as the official fundraising arm of the hospital, St. Mary’s has counted on the generosity of its community since 1924. Its goal is to tell the stories that make the hospital great and to ask the community to invest in St. Mary’s mission of healing and hope.
The Foundation has a strong team and is looking for one more key person to fill the role of Special Events Coordinator.
Reporting to the Special Events & Sponsorship Manager, the Special Events Coordinator will be responsible for assisting in the creation, development, promotion and implementation of St. Mary’s General Hospital Foundation’s signature events. The Special Events Coordinator will also oversee the cultivation, support and stewardship of third party events; helping event organizers maximize their fundraising potential while providing a positive interaction and experience with St. Mary’s General Hospital Foundation.
The Special Events Coordinator will also support and execute other duties as assigned.
Skills, Experience & Knowledge
Qualified applicants are invited to submit their resume and letter of interest in one document/attachment online or via email no later than February 1, 2019
We thank all applicants for applying, however, only qualified candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
St. Mary’s General Hospital Foundation
911 Queen’s Boulevard
Kitchener, On, N2M 1B2