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Two ROC Eastman Job Postings

Family Recreation Practitioner(s)

Development Coordinator

Posted: October 10, 2019


ROC Eastman is growing and hiring Family Recreation Practitioner(s) to serve families living in Steinbach, Vita, Mitchell, Niverville, Ste. Anne, St. Pierre, La Broquerie, Woodridge, Blumenort, Landmark, Grunthal and areas in between.

ROC is a registered children’s charity and strongly believes in the value of every child.

Family Recreation Practitioners provide children and their families assistance in reducing barriers to participating in recreation activities, showing them the highest level of respect and compassion; and building community partnerships to ensure long term sustainability. Successful applicants will work mostly at home and in client’s homes. Hours are flexible and average 10 hours/week.

Interested applicants are invited to submit the following to moni@roceastman.ca:

1. a resume
2. a one page letter of interest detailing the following:
– your knowledge and understanding of ROC
– any connection or involvement you’ve previously had with ROC
– what you believe you could contribute to ROC as a non-profit organization
– what you hope to acquire from this employment opportunity
– your schedule and availability

Closing date: November 8, 2019

For a full job description, please click here.


 

ROC Eastman is hiring a Development Coordinator to engage communities across the Eastman region of Manitoba, such as Beausejour, Steinbach, Pinawa, Vita, Lac du Bonnet, Mitchell, Oakbank, Niverville, Cooks Creek, Ste. Anne, Powerview-Pine Falls, St. Pierre, La Broquerie, Woodridge, Blumenort, Landmark, Grunthal and areas in between.

ROC is a registered children’s charity and strongly believes in the value of every child.

Our Development Coordinator will ensure ROC Eastman’s fund development, communication and donor stewardship goals are achieved with the highest level of respect and compassion and a strong focus on building community partnerships to ensure long term sustainability.

Successful applicant will work at home and in our many communities. Hours are flexible and average 14 hours/week with fluctuations depending on events/campaigns.

Interested applicants are invited to submit the following to moni@roceastman.ca:

1. a resume
2. a one page letter of interest detailing the following:
– your knowledge and understanding of ROC
– any connection or involvement you’ve previously had with ROC
– what you believe you could contribute to ROC as a non-profit organization
– what you hope to acquire from this employment opportunity
– your schedule and availability

Closing date: November 8, 2019

For a full job description, please click here.