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Outdoor Education Program Coordinator: Camp Arnes, Arnes, MB


Camp Arnes is accepting resumes for an Outdoor Education Program Coordinator. The ideal candidate will be responsible for the development, implementation and leadership of the Outdoor Education program. This includes the areas of staff, equipment, facilities, as well as the hosting team for schools and guest groups that come to camp.

Candidates must have proven knowledge and or experience in outdoors and outdoor related education, ability to teach and instruct, have strong interpersonal and communication skills, a committed relationship with Jesus Christ, passion for youth and outdoor activities, desire to share the gospel.


Duties will include:

• Formulate and implement specific outdoor education program risk management, goals and objectives.

• Train, lead and develop staff & volunteers.

• Oversee all program equipment and resources, facilities, and activities in a safe and efficient manner.

• Formulate and utilize assessments and evaluations on a regular basis for both staff and programs.

• Facilitate outdoor activities with participants in a safe and engaging manner.

• Oversee hospitality and hosting of groups.


Qualified candidates can email a resume and cover letter to or fax to 204.642.9437.  For more information about Camp Arnes, and its programs visit our website at –


Jan 19, 2018

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Food Service Manager: Malibu Club, Jervis Inlet, BC


Young Life’s Malibu Club

Food Service Manager

Young Life’s Malibu Club is looking for the right person to fill this position at their remote Christian youth camp at BC’s beautiful Princess Louisa Inlet in Jervis Inlet.  This position entails working in our food department as the Food Service Manager, cooking for our guests and supervising support staff.

Essential duties include:

  • Personnel management
  • Scheduling
  • Purchasing and inventory management
  • Sanitation systems management
  • Operation of the dining hall, kitchen and food storage areas
  • Operation and maintenance of all food service related equipment

This is a hand on position and food service experience is essential. Salary and complete benefit package applies.

To apply please send a covering letter and resume to:

Young Life’s Malibu Club
Attn:  Harold Richert



Jan 16, 2018

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 Executive Director: ChildCare INTERNATIONAL (CCI), Surrey


Executive Director

ChildCare INTERNATIONAL (CCI) is passionate about proactively addressing the needs of:

  • over 1 billion children in the world living in poverty,
  • 1 in 5 children not having access to clean drinking water, and
  • 57 million children not attending primary school each year.

Over 2300 children’s lives are impacted and improved as CCI works ceaselessly to break the cycle of poverty by connecting children with a sponsor who loves them and cares for their future. Also, the children’s schools and communities are enhanced because CCI has linked compassionate financial sponsors with these children.

The CCI Board of Directors is encouraged by future opportunities to increase the influence of their well-established, faith-based organization. They need an Executive Director with passion and proven strategic vision experience who will collaborate with the Board to propel their organization to dynamic growth.  This is a perfect opportunity for an innovative and proactive leader with significant and successful marketing abilities to enrich current funding models and create new ones.

Key Responsibilities


  • Acts as an agent of the Board. Provides information, support and assistance to the Board.
  • Collaborates with the Board in development and implementation of policies and strategies.
  • Responsible for the day-to-day operation of the organization, including development of strategic plans, operational goals and budgets.
  • Acts as the primary spokesperson in promoting the goodwill of the organization.


  • Develops, grows and monitors the performance of the CCI Child Sponsorship program.
  • Creates and establishes plans and strategies to expand the customer base in the marketing area.
  • Develops a business plan and sponsorship growth strategy for the market that ensures attainment of CCI’s growth goals and fiscal responsibility.
  • Initiates and coordinates an action plan to penetrate new markets.
  • Collaborates with the CCI team members in the development and implementation of marketing plans.
  • Researches timely, accurate, competitive pricing on all marketing initiatives.
  • Controls expenses to meet budget guidelines approved by the Board.

SPONSORSHIP PROGRAM – Partners In Development: Canadian Team

  • Recruits and initiate new contracts with Partners In Development (PID) team members based on criteria approved by the Board.
  • Develops comprehensive policies and procedures for PID team.
  • Develops training and educational programs for the PID team.
  • Oversees, trains, and coaches the PID team. Provide leadership towards the achievement of maximum sponsorship growth in line with CCI’s vision and values.
  • Prepares action plans for individual PID team as well as the team for effective search of leads, prospective donors and sponsors.
  • Conducts timely annual performance reviews for each PID.
  • Reviews all PID contracts and recommend amendments to the Board of Directors.


  • Creates and conducts periodic public presentations.
  • Oversee content of website, social media and other materials.
  • Organize events, campaigns, etc.


  • Develop agreements with international partners.
  • Monitor and evaluate ongoing partner agreements.
  • Investigate options for new projects and partners.


  • Develops and maintains a sense of ‘team’ culture.
  • Maintains sound human resource practices and internal controls.
  • Oversees Human Resources issues, as necessary.


  • University degree, preferably in business or international development.
  • Successful experience in strategic planning and implementation.
  • Familiarity with budget development and tracking, financial statements and non-profit reporting.
  • Worked effectively with a Board of Directors, and understands Board Governance best practices.
  • Several years in a successful senior management position, preferably in the non-profit sector.
  • Successful supervision and assessment of staff.

As a senior leader in a faith-based organization, the incumbent of this position must be a committed Christian, and will be required to sign off agreement with our Statement of Faith.

Further information on ChildCare INTERNATIONAL can be found at:

Contact Information

If you or someone you know, would like to start a confidential conversation about this opportunity or to receive a more detailed Opportunity Profile, please contact:

Candace Bishop, Research Assistant, at

About Us

Hutchinson Group Inc. is an executive search firm specializing in the recruitment of executive management and fundraising personnel in the charitable sectors.  With associates in Vancouver, Toronto and Ottawa, we work with a diverse group of not-for-profit organizations.


Dec 22, 2017

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Manager: Mission Thrift Store, Kelowna


BFM Foundation (Canada) is a national organization with over 50 thrift stores across Canada.  The net revenue from all BFM Thrift Stores is devoted to Joint Ministry of BFM Foundation (Canada) and Bible League Canada.  These funds are used to establish adult literacy programs, church planter training, children’s ministry programs and distribute Bibles in many places around the world.  The stores operate primarily by dedicated volunteers.

Mission Thrift Store (Kelowna) is seeking a full-time manager who understands and supports the vision and purpose of BFM Foundation (Canada).  Reporting to the Board of Directors of BFM (Kelowna) Enterprises Society, the position is responsible to oversee and manage the day to day operation of the Kelowna store, including assigning, overseeing and guiding a dynamic group of volunteer workers and volunteer department heads.  The position works with the Board on planning and priority-setting, budgeting and policy development.  The position also establishes and maintains operational procedures and internal controls, ensures compliance with government legislation, and is responsible for the ongoing achievement of internal and national operational standards.

The successful candidate will be a self-disciplined, organized individual with an eye for detail and a firm, tactful, supportive approach to interpersonal relations and communications.  The right candidate will understand the unique retail environment of a thrift store, be committed to exceptional customer service, and be able to effectively direct, guide and support the work of store volunteers and staff.

Required Commitment • Follower of Jesus Christ who wholeheartedly subscribes to the BFM Foundation Thrift Store Development Ltd.’s Statement of Faith and Lifestyle and Morality Policy • Preparedness to participate and lead others in prayer and devotions, including daily opening devotions, meetings of staff and volunteers, and at other BFM local and national gatherings and events • A love for Bible-based ministry in Canada and around the world • Cultural, economic and environmental sensitivity



  • Minimum 10 years management experience in a retail environment, including a comprehensive working knowledge and experience in human resource management, financial management, facilities operations and basic information technology systems.
  • Post-secondary degree or certification in management or a related field, or an equivalent combination of knowledge, training and experience.
  • Knowledge of applicable government legislation and regulations, especially pertaining to employment standards and governance of not-for-profit corporations
  • Understanding of the team-building process, with experience in building effective teams and creating a positive, supportive team environment
  • Commitment to supporting and furthering the vision, values and purpose of BFM Foundation (Canada) • Proficiency in the use of email, on-line resources and Microsoft Office suite, including Word and Excel


  • Experience in developing and implementing successful retail marketing strategies, including both traditional and emerging marketing methods
  • Experience in policy implementation, including establishing and maintaining related procedures
  • Experience in volunteer recruitment and training

Compensation and working conditions

This is a salaried managerial position.  Salary will be commensurate with training and experience.  In common with most retail management positions, the average workweek often exceeds 40 hours and includes a minimum of one Saturday each month, and often two.  Attendance at monthly meetings of the Board of Directors is required.  The Manager is also expected to consult on a regular basis with staff at the BFM Foundation (Canada) office and to make the fullest use of the resources that are available.

If you have the qualifications and motivation to succeed in this challenging position, we look forward to hearing from you.  Please submit your resume and cover letter, including salary expectations, by January 7, 2018 via email to Please note “attention HR Ctte” in the subject line.

Full job description is available upon request.

BFM (Kelowna) Enterprises Society welcomes and encourages applications from persons with disabilities.  We thank all candidates for their interest; only those being considered for an interview will be contacted. Assistance with accommodation and travel may be provided upon request for non-local candidates invited to complete the selection process.

Dec 13, 2017

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Director of Church Planting: Power to Change (P2C)


Job Categories: Leadership/Administrative/Fundraising
Position Type: Permanent Full-Time
Job Region/Location: Langley, BC; Power To Change National Headquarters (preferably)
Reporting Relationship: Reports to Executive Director of JFCPS
Working Conditions: Normal Office Conditions
Funding: Ministry Partner Development
Application Deadline: Ongoing

Ministry Overview

Power to Change (P2C) is an organization that seeks to collectively as well as individually, spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through movements of evangelism and discipleship. No matter what type of work those involved with P2C do, whether they are staff or volunteers, we understand that our work collectively is to further this overall mission. In accordance with our mission statement to spread the gospel, everyone who applies to be involved will be required to sign and adhere to the Statement of Faith and Code of Conduct.

Position Overview

Help fulfill the vision of ‘Transforming communities by utilizing the JESUS Film in a comprehensive strategy, with the goal of planting 5,000 churches and discipling 125,000 new believers by 2025’


  • Communicate vision for JESUS Film Church Planting Strategy (JFCPS)
  • Develop adequate funding sources for the JFCPS
  • Recruit, lead and manage teams (local and international) to implement and manage the JFCPS
  • Explore, establish and develop partnerships with churches and other organizations (international) desiring to implement the JFCPS
  • Recruit, resource and train Church Planting teams (international) for the JFCPS
  • Oversee and manage JFCPS teams (international) to ensure desired objectives are accomplished
  • Develop culturally acceptable evangelism, discipleship and church planting tools
  • Works closely with JFCPS’s partner – Global Aid Network


  • A deep, growing personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
  • A passion and commitment to communicate the gospel and a keen interest in Christian ministry work.
  • Skill in leading others
  • A genuine desire to see hurting and needy people’s lives changed
  • Able to travel internationally and perform in a variety of cross cultural scenarios

Education and Experience

  • Theological/Seminary education (preferable)
  • At least 5-10 years of experience working in cross cultural/international settings with different people groups
  • Experience in leading people


This position requires Ministry Partner Development. The successful candidate will have the privilege to build a partnership team which provides financial and prayer support for the ministry. The financial support will cover the costs of the candidate’s salary and ministry expenses. Power to Change believes that Ministry Partner Development is biblical and God will provide everything necessary to fulfill the calling into ministry: finances, emotional strength and perseverance. Building a ministry partnership team is an integral part of being in ministry. There are many opportunities to bless and encourage the partnership team. Power to Change is committed to providing training and coaching that ensures success in Ministry Partner Development.


To apply, please email with your resume.

We thank all applicants for their interest in Power to Change. In order to make the best use of your time and ours, only applicants who closely match our requirements will be contacted directly.

The mission of Power to Change is to further the movements of Christian evangelism and discipleship. All Power to Change staff members and volunteers work collectively to further this overall religious mission. The successful candidate for this position must have a pre-existing belief and demonstration of lifestyle as outlined in the Power to Change Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith. The successful candidate must agree to, sign and, in all good conscience abide by the biblical principles outlined by these documents. It is a pre-requisite of employment at Power to Change that any and all staff members and volunteers sign and abide by these documents throughout their course of involvement at Power to Change. For a copy of the Code of Conduct and Statement of Faith, please contact Human Resources.


Dec 11, 2017

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Lead Principal: Maple Ridge Christian School, Maple Ridge


Maple Ridge Christian School (pre-school to Grade 12) invites applications for the following position: Lead Principal position

Candidates are encouraged to apply for Lead Principal 2018 2019.

  • Start date of August 1, 2018
  • Full time
  • Salary according to SCSBC (+2%)
  • Completion of, or enrolled in, appropriate Master’s Degree (or equivalent) is required
  • Expected to have a minimum of 8 years’ experience in education
  • Expected to have had leadership experience as a department head, vice principal, etc.

All resumes are due by December 15, 2017. Please include:

  • An updated resume
  • A statement of faith
  • A personal philosophy of Christian Education
  • Willingness to sign the MRCS Community Standard of Conduct
  • References upon request

Applications may be emailed to the Board of Directors at  Attention: Chairman of the Board

Follow this link to see the Profile of a Lead Principal, Job Description and MRCS Community Standards of Conduct: 

Please visit for more information about this posting.


Dec 4, 2017

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Chief Executive Officer: Beulah Garden Homes Society, Vancouver


Chief Executive Officer

The Beulah Garden Homes Society is passionate about addressing the needs of maturing adults in Vancouver, BC.  Having recently launched their latest Independent-Living condominiums, they are now envisioning a complete redevelopment – including demolition and new construction – of their original facility, The Rupert, to attend to current and anticipated requirements and expectations of both the healthcare and seniors’ communities.  This venture will provide an experienced and effective Chief Executive Officer with exciting opportunities for uniting Board, consultants, healthcare and government authorities in fashioning a leading-edge facility, while advancing a positive, supportive resident and staff culture during the transition.

BGHS offers a variety of affordable housing possibilities for those seeking Independent Living and Assisted Living residential care.  They are committed to nurturing community for a diverse population of maturing adults within a Christian framework of love and compassion.  As they continue to advance their efforts, they require a Chief Executive Officer who demonstrates leadership and vision to support the Board with the Aspen Green development completion, spearhead strategic future planning, guide evaluation and professional development initiatives, oversee their current operations (approximately $4.5 million annual revenue), and develop and monitor further progressive vision.

Key Responsibilities

  • Acts as the agent of the Board.
  • Provides information, support and assistance to the Board.
  • Collaborates with the Board in development and implementation of policies and strategies.
  • Responsible for the day to day operation.
  • Provides progressive, visionary “big thinker” executive leadership.
  • Ensures development of strategic plans, operational goals, and budgets.
  • Maintains sound human resource practices and internal controls.
  • Develops and maintains a sense of team throughout the organization.
  • Monitors activities of staff.
  • Works with other agencies and providers.
  • Oversight of major redevelopment of the campus over the next 5 years.


  • University degree, preferably with business or health care credentials; MBA preferred.
  • Familiarity with large budget, financial statements, project plans, strategic plans.
  • An understanding of large non-profit organizations and their reporting requirements.
  • Experience with board governance best practices.
  • Worked effectively with a Board of Directors.
  • Several years in a successful senior management position of a large organization, preferably non-profit.
  • Property development experience, even construction experience.
  • Successful supervision and assessment of staff.
  • Worked with industry, government representatives, and other providers, preferably in the non—profit sector or in the for-profit sector.

Required Values and Attributes to be Maintained


  • Christian – committed and supportive of the Canadian Baptists of Western Canada Statement of Faith and the BGHS Lifestyle Statement.
  • Compassion – care and sensitivity in consideration of others.
  • Honesty – integrity and ethical behaviour at all times.
  • Respect – treatment of all people with dignity at all times.
  • Innovation – encouragement of creativity in all endeavours.
  • Stewardship – effective use of God-given resources (people, property and monetary).
  • Teamwork – working effectively and efficiently together with others to achieve common goals and objectives.
  • Church membership – in a Christian church which is in harmony with the doctrine of CBWC or to become a member of a CBWC church.


  • Builder – capability to lead the organization to the next level; forward-looking.
  • Relational – ability to build a strong relational team and to relate well with people at all levels within and outside the organization.
  • Servant Leader – preparedness to “walk the talk” and to be a servant first towards all others.
  • Integrity – capability to be completely honest and forthright in all dealings within and outside the organization.
  • Coach – ability and commitment to develop the potential in others; to bring others along.
  • Communicator – ability to communicate well to staff, Board and others in both written and verbal formats.

Acts as the primary spokesperson in promoting the goodwill of the organization.

If you are a dedicated, compassionate Christian leader with several years of senior leadership experience, preferably in a not-for-profit context, and with affiliations to the Canadian Baptists of Western Canada (CBWC), then we want to speak with you.

Further information on Beulah Garden Homes can be found at:

Contact Information

If you or someone you know, would like to start a confidential conversation about this opportunity or to receive a more detailed Opportunity Profile, please contact:

Candace Bishop, Research Assistant, at


About Us

Hutchinson Group Inc. is an executive search firm specializing in the recruitment of executive management and fundraising personnel in the charitable sectors.  With associates in Vancouver, Toronto and Ottawa, we work with a diverse group of not-for-profit organizations.


Nov 29, 2017

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Managing Director: Naramata Centre Society


Managing Director (2-year contract)

The Naramata Centre Society Board of Directors is very encouraged by the enthusiastic response to the reopening of their Centre experienced over the last two years.  Now they are seeking a Managing Director to act on their behalf, ensuring that the Centre continues to progress as a thriving organization.

The Board has spent significant time rebuilding the operational foundation of the Centre, along with fielding input from committed participants and community leaders far and wide, to renew the passion and viability of this nurturing landmark.  In the effort to produce a more efficient organization, the Board has decided to reduce the size of the building and land base, implement an altered programming model and address financial stressors.  The Managing Director will support the Board in the successful implementation of these initiatives.

As the Managing Director, the successful candidate will be responsible to the Board for ensuring that the mission and vision of the Society are carried out by providing leadership, direction and guidance to the staff and volunteers in the day-to-day operations of the organization. This includes developing an effective team of volunteers and employees to support the ongoing programs of the facility, overseeing the management of the property, and facilitating the Board’s operational goals for both.  Additionally, the successful candidate will work with and support the Board chair as a public liaison with local community and stakeholders in Western Canada.

Key Responsibilities


ŸExecutes board-approved policies.

ŸUpholds the values of Naramata Centre and help to build a staff, office, and community culture that furthers the mission, vision, and values of the Centre.

Directs and oversees implementation of short and mid-term strategic plans.

ŸAttends Board Meetings.

ŸBuilds team cohesion amongst staff and volunteer teams.

Provides leadership to organization personnel through effective objective setting, delegation, and communication.

ŸConducts staff meetings to engage staff and disseminate pertinent information.

ŸDelegates authority and responsibility to other staff and volunteers as appropriate.

ŸWorks with Board reps, Weekly Leadership Team, and staff to review/finalize the summer (weekly) experience.

ŸWill assume responsibility for program development, aided by the Program Manager and the Program Development Committee.

ŸOversees and supports all persons (paid and unpaid) involved in leadership and work at the Centre to fulfill the expectations of their roles.

ŸCoordinates and directs employees.

ŸOversees the preparation of office procedure manuals, outlining specific duties and area responsibilities.

ŸEnsures that job descriptions are current.

ŸConducts performance appraisals for each employee and key volunteer.

ŸFormulates and implements corrective action as needed.

ŸDevelops policies for Centre operations, including pricing, cancellation, site improvements, rental agreements, and other operational activities, for approval by the Board.



ŸEnsures administrative staff are aligned with and knowledgeable of organization business and Board directives/approvals that affect their functions and areas of responsibility.

ŸWorks with the Board of Directors on governance policy issues by providing support and by initiating approved recommendations or actions.

ŸIs knowledgeable of and ensures compliance to minimum standards in accordance with all government legislation, regulations and guidelines pertinent to the organization’s role as an employer and  non-profit agency.

ŸRecommends to the Board changes to policies and procedures that would improve the organization.

ŸDevelops, maintains, and updates job descriptions pertinent to the organization.

ŸDetermines staff training and/or equipment needs of all volunteers and staff, taking into account annual budget allocations.

ŸSubmits all information, reports and records as requested or required by law to appropriate government officials or the Board of Directors.

ŸDevelops and implements operational plans, policies, and goals that further strategic objectives.

ŸImplement policies for safety, security, missing children, fire, weather events, beach and lake issues, emergencies on site, etc.

ŸProvides oversight of all Centre systems, including registration system, by working with the Centre’s IT contractors.



ŸResponsible for developing and implementing marketing plans to attract new and returning participants to the Centre.

ŸIn conjunction with the Board Communications Lead, develops communications to members and supporters about the work of the Centre.



ŸWorks with the Board of Directors to ensure that operating results established in the annual budget are achieved.

ŸEnsures the accuracy, integrity, and timeliness of all financial accounting and reporting.

ŸEnsures the preparation of the annual budget for Board approval.



Personal Attributes

ŸStrong communication skills.

ŸStrong initiative and judgement.

ŸWilling to pitch in on whatever is required to get the job done.

ŸStrong supervision skills.

ŸAble to get along well with all personality types.

ŸAble to make difficult decisions.

ŸWorks well with existing volunteers.



ŸFlexible to changing situations.

ŸWilling and able to work long hours including evenings and weekends.

ŸFamiliar with facilities management and retreat centres.

ŸFamiliar and comfortable with the United Church of Canada values and organizational structure.



ŸDemonstrated ability and experience in upholding Naramata Centre Society Values:

Collaboration, Diversity, Integrity, Resilience, Reverence.

Access to a personal computer and phone, and skilled in using technology.

ŸManagement/supervisory experience.


Further information on The Naramata Centre Society can be found at:


Contact Information

If you or someone you know, would like to start a confidential conversation about this opportunity or to receive a more detailed Opportunity Profile, please contact:

Candace Bishop, Research Assistant at


About Us

Hutchinson Group Inc. is an executive search firm specializing in the recruitment of executive management and fundraising personnel in the charitable sectors.  With associates in Vancouver, Toronto and Ottawa, we work with a diverse group of not-for-profit organizations.


Nov 29, 2017

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Executive Director (Winnipeg Inner City Missions): The Presbyterian Church in Canada

Winnipeg Inner City Missions

Summary: The Executive Director is responsible for both strategic and operational management of Winnipeg Inner City Missions, in partnership with the Board of Directors.

Responsibilities and Key Functions:

  • Has overall responsibility and accountability for organizational operations including staff, financial management, assets and property.
  • Creates an annual strategic plan and continuously develops plans for future goals.
  • Oversees the overall day-to-day operations of programmes.
  • Provides leadership and support for the Program Supervisor, First Steps Coordinator, Child & Youth Workers and the Communications & Marketing Assistant to ensure the execution of programs; a healthy workplace is maintained; recruiting and training is completed effectively and that, compliance is adhered to WICM policies, guidelines and all applicable legislation.
  • Executes decisions of the Board including follow through of various tasks and projects as required in a timely manner and is responsible for consistent and accurate reporting of all organizational operations.
  • Oversees that all programs are up to code and applicable regulations and standards are being followed.
  • Manages fiscal resources in collaboration with the Board of Directors and works within the approved budget.
  • Proactively, works with staff and the Board of Directors to develop and implement fundraising programs and initiatives.
  • Develops and facilitates presentations to churches and other groups to promote fundraising and awareness of WICM’s programs.
  • Develops and submits an annual marketing strategy for Winnipeg Inner City Missions goals and objectives in alignment with the strategic objectives
  • Oversees the site needs and maintenance of Anishinabe Place of Hope, Anishinabe Fellowship Centre and Flora House including; water testing, property assessments, health & safety inspections, etc.

Qualification Requirements:

  • Degree or diploma in a relevant discipline.
  • 5 or more years of progressive management experience in a voluntary sector organization.
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills, including ability to create presentations and present to groups.
  • Supervisory experience; knowledge of basic employment standards and relevant human rights legislation.
  • Site management experience. Knowledge and understanding of relevant labour/health and safety legislation.
  • Comfort with and demonstrated ability to fundraise.
  • Financial acumen; experience with budget management and ability to present financial information to the Board.
  • Technology savvy; proficiency with MS Office, websites and social media platforms.
  • Ability to demonstrate a commitment to the core values and mission of Winnipeg Inner City Missions and the Christian ethos of the Presbyterian Church in Canada
  • Sensitivity to and awareness of indigenous issues and spirituality (WICM serves a primarily indigenous community)
  • Flexibility to travel within Canada


  • Commensurate with experience and qualifications

To Apply or Request additional information:

Please send your resume and cover letter to:

Attention to: WICM Chairperson, Board of Directors
NOTE: Complete applications must be received in the email address above no later than 12:00 Midnight on December 6, 2017.


Nov 24, 2017

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Ministry Openings












Pastoral Openings



Associate Pastor: Culloden Church, Vancouver, BC



To work alongside the Lead Pastor to further equip, train and release volunteers to achieve the vision that God has given to the church. As the Associate Pastor, you have specific training in youth or children’s ministry, and are able to give oversight in the musical ministry of the church. You are excited to see a church that has a new vision and sense of expectancy to see the strengthening of our faith through reaching out. You will be self-motivated, and have much faith, to train, and encourage existing believers to grow deeper with God and have more intentional relationships with those far from God.

The successful candidate will:

  1. Have previous church experience in a similar role
  2. Have a Bachelor’s degree in a ministry related field (preferably a Master’s degree)
  3. Be able to get credentialed with the B.C. Mennonite Brethren Conference
  4. Focus on leadership development and growth in the area of youth ministry through your previous training & experience. You will coach, encourage and resource current leaders to spur on spiritual growth & greater faith, and bold initiatives to build friendships with those who need Jesus.
  5. Be very proficient in at least one musical instrument (ie. guitar or piano), and a heart & competency for leading corporately in worship. You will give oversight to the music ministry of the church, while supporting and helping develop a consistent, contemporary, and inspiring Sunday worship service. Your role is not to be the only Sunday leader, but to develop and raise the overall level of musical ability and spiritual expectation on Sunday with a team of leaders.
  6. Spearhead & help facilitate new initiatives to reach the neighborhood around the church building. You will also seek others to own and embrace the new opportunities of mission, so the church is using their gifts individually.
  7. Serve with the Lead Pastor in all aspects of pastoral ministry where requested and gifted such as preaching, teaching, special events, group leadership, and pastoral care.
  8. Be a team player with a proven track record of serving as a team member as well as building and leading teams of volunteers.
  9. Be comfortable to build relationships with those who have been believers for many years to discipling those who are new to faith.



Responsible to: Lead Pastor

Responsible for: Volunteers & overseeing Ministry leaders/ Committee leaders

Submit cover letter, resume & 3 references (2 church employment references & 1 character reference); testimony & philosophy of ministry (up to 2 pages total) to:

Application Deadline January 30, 2018


Jan 19, 2018

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Teachers and Teaching staff

High School Principal (.5 FTE)/ HS Teacher (.5 FTE): BC Christian Academy, Port Coquitlam, BC


Position Available: High School Principal (.5 FTE)/ HS Teacher (.5 FTE)

Potential Subjects: Humanities/ Sciences

Commencing: Feb. 2018


Note: School is moving into a building phase and job will move into a full-time admin. role in the next few years. An exciting opportunity for a person to grow with the school.


Requirements for the Position:

  • Active follower of Jesus Christ and actively involved in her/his church
  • Candidates must be BC Certified Teachers (w/ valid certificate)
  • Cover letter, resumé (with references), personal philosophy of Christian
  • Education and statement of faith to
  • Only those short-listed for an interview will be contacted.
  • Please check our website for more information at

Deadline for Applications: January 21, 2018

Contact Info:

Mr. Ian Jarvie – Head Principal
1019 Fernwood Ave.
Port Coquitlam, B.C.
V3B 5A8

604 941-8426 (224)


Jan 16, 2018

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