Fund Development Director

The Fund Development Director is responsible for all fundraising initiatives and activities of the organization. Working closely with the CEO, the Fund Development Director is directly responsible for the strategic development and implementation of the Fund Development Program, including an annual giving plan that encompasses cultivating and maintaining relationships with new and existing donors and supporters, developing and building a major gifts program, stewarding government funding, and researching and writing grant proposals providing evaluation reports as required. The Director is also responsible for overseeing fundraising events and supporting third party fundraising initiatives. As a member of the senior management team, the Fund Development Director participates in strategic planning and budgeting initiatives, and works within the guidelines, policies and mission of the organization.

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Fund Development Manager

The Fund Development Manager is accountable for building and managing funder relationships, as well as developing and executing general giving strategies that meet the fundraising needs of the SKCAC. This role encompasses the full fundraising cycle including prospect identification, research, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship. Activities include, but are not limited to; donor solicitation and writing grant applications, funding proposals, and stewardship reports. The Fund Development Manager oversees donor stewardship, donor communication, and recognition.

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Fund Development Coordinator

The primary role of the Fund Development Coordinator is to provide administrative and database support to the Fund Development Director and the Fund Development team. This individual is responsible for collaborating on various fundraising communications, stewardship, and events related to activities in support of the SKCAC’s fund development objectives.

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Victim Support Indigenous Liaison

Treaty 7 is comprised of the bands of the Blackfoot, Tsuu T’ina, Pikani, Siksika, Blood and Stoney nations. Based on the development of trusting relationships, the SKCAC has the opportunity to support rural and Aboriginal communities in building capacity to provide specialized and multi-sector approaches to child abuse, ensuring that children across Southern Alberta have equitable access to streamlined, integrated and specialized services.

The Victim Support Indigenous Liaison will work closely with our partners, including CPS, RCMP, AHS and Child and Family Services to support complex cases, provide training, and receive cultural training from the First Nations’ communities to ensure understanding and build a strong working relationship with each First Nations’ community.

This is a .4 FTE position, approximately 15.5 hours per week with the possibility of increased hours.

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Outreach Support Worker

One of the services within the CAC is the Prenatal Outreach Support Team (POST). This is a collaborative initiative between Calgary Police Service (CPS) and the CAC to identify and provide specialized intervention and referrals for vulnerable pregnant women in high-risk situations.

The POST Outreach Support Worker is responsible for providing support and outreach to marginalized woman who are pregnant or parenting newborns.

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