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  • The Canadian Catholic Organization for Development and Peace is seeking an Executive Director

    TITLE: Executive Director

    PLACE OF WORK: Montreal

    STARTING DATE: June 2015

    DURATION: 5 year term


    TO APPLY: Send a resume and cover letter to: [at]

    DEADLINE: Jan. 23, 2014

    The organization:

    The Canadian Catholic Organization for DEVELOPMENT AND PEACE is a leading Canadian international development NGO and the official international solidarity organization for the Catholic Church in Canada. With annual revenues of approximately $30 million, the organization supports local partners located in 30 countries in the Global South. Through a network of grassroots members and supporters across Canada, DEVELOPMENT AND PEACE raises the awareness of Canadians about the causes of worldwide poverty and injustice and mobilizes Canadians around actions for change. DEVELOPMENT AND PEACE is the Canadian member of Caritas Internationalis, a confederation of Catholic humanitarian aid and development agencies. In 2017 DEVELOPMENT AND PEACE will celebrate 50 years of work and service.


    DEVELOPMENT AND PEACE is seeking an Executive Director with a solid record as a dynamic and accomplished leader with experience working with a Board of Directors. You possess a thorough knowledge of the issues surrounding sustainable development, popular education and humanitarian aid. You are aware of the contemporary challenges facing non‐profit organizations and strategies to address such challenges. You are equipped to provide leadership to a member‐based organization that is integrally linked to both the wider Roman Catholic community and to the community of civil society organizations working on international development and/or social justice issues. You are aware of, and committed to, the development of leading edge strategies to enhance fundraising and grow the membership of an organization. You have a good understanding of the structures and social teaching of the Catholic Church as well as a keen interest in fostering diversity and inclusion in organizations.


    As Executive Director you will:

    • Report to, implement and follow‐up on decisions of the National Council (Board of Directors) and its Executive Committee;
    • Provide strategic leadership to an organization with between 60 and 80 staff members across the country (management and unionized);
    • Manage the resources, programs and overall activities of the organization, working closely with other members of the Management Team, staff and partners;
    • Establish, strengthen and maintain excellent relations with key organizations and stakeholders, including the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops, institutional and individual supporters, members, and networks and/or organizations in which DEVELOPMENT AND PEACE is a member.


    Bachelor’s degree in social sciences, international development, business management and administration or equivalent (Master’s an asset);

    Minimum of five years’ experience in senior management role of an organization;

    Thorough knowledge of international development issues, and the socio‐economic, political, cultural and religious realities facing Catholic humanitarian aid and development organizations, in Canada and abroad; 

    Knowledge of and sensitivity to the diverse cultural environments in which DEVELOPMENT AND PEACE operates, including the bilingual nature of the organization; 

    Fluency in English and French;

    Experience working in a computerized environment, and knowledge and awareness of the Internet and social media technologies and issues.

    Working conditions:

    A 5‐year term contract with salary and benefits in conformity with DEVELOPMENT AND PEACE employment policies, renewable once.

    Availability to work evenings and weekends. 

    Frequent travel in Canada and occasional international travel are required.

    (We encourage members of employment equity groups to apply Only Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be considered for this position. Only short‐listed candidates will be contacted for interview.)

  • Executive Director for Bishop Budka Eparchial Stewardship Society

    Executive Director

    Bishop Budka Eparchial Stewardship Society Inc (BBESSI)

    The Board of Directors of the newly-formed Bishop Budka Eparchial Stewardship Society Inc. invites applications for an Executive Director. 

    We are seeking a highly motivated and ethical professional who will lead our organization in generating funds to achieve stewardship and fundraising goals of the Eparchy of Saskatoon.

    Please visit the website at to view the detailed job profile and more information about how to apply for this position.     

    Applications should be sent to:  BBESSI Executive Director, 421 Birch Crescent, Saskatoon SK, S7N 2K2.  Deadline for applications is November 30th, 2014.

    Bishop Budka Eparchial Stewardship Society Inc. is an organization under the auspices of the Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Saskatoon whose primary objective is to develop, organize and implement fundraising initiatives and programs for the purposes of enhancing Eparchial programs.