Current Opportunities

Member Growth Coordinator

  • Girl Guides of Canada–Guides du Canada (GGC-GduC), a national membership-based organization, empowers every girl in Guiding to discover herself and be everything she wants to be. Our mission is to be a catalyst for girls empowering girls. Together, we’re building our vision of A better world, by girls.

    GGC-GdC is actively searching for a Member Growth Coordinator.

    *Remote work arrangement temporarily due to COVID-19

    About this Opportunity
    This is an exciting opportunity to join a leading girl-driven organization in a role that is critical to unleashing organization potential to grow. Reporting to the Manager, Member Growth this role supports membership growth in Ontario and Nunavut through the planning and execution of acquisition activities to recruit members. Most importantly, it contributes to a team that helps girls and women across the country to join an exciting movement that allows a girl to be everything she wants to be. The position will also support volunteers in all acquisition projects, pilot programs and local community outreach plans.

    In this role, you will:

    • Collaborate with the Member Growth team to operationalize the annual growth plan for Ontario Council with targets and activities and provide periodic reporting on its progress.
    • Coordinate with Senior Volunteers, Operational Team Lead and other field support staff, and with strategic direction from the Member Growth Team, determine and prioritize areas where there are opportunities for membership growth and undertake growth initiatives in these areas.
    • Collaborate with the Marketing and Communications Department, Member Growth Team, Operation Team Lead and Senior Volunteers, develop and execute annual marketing and advertising plans for the Ontario Council (which includes advertisements and other promotional opportunities) and ensure that the local needs are met and are aligned with the annual growth plan.
    • Develop and foster any vendor relationships and administer contracts for marketing, advertising or PR initiatives as required.
    • Collaborate with Field support staff to manage waitlist and support acquisition-related aspects of membership and unit readiness.
    • Collect and analyze information related to the challenges and opportunities for growing Guiding in Ontario and Nunavut (demographics, socio-economic, other youth programming, volunteerism stats, organizational membership data, etc.).
    • Execute pilot projects for growth locally, as identified by the Member Growth Department and provide documentation of these local pilot projects.
    • Support onboarding of volunteers for community outreach and recruitment activities as well as the development of strategic partnerships, as needed.
    • Apply organizational policies regarding inclusivity to content, member communication and customer service.

     

    You should apply if you have:

    • Related post-secondary education or relevant work experience.
    • 2-3 years of Sales and Marketing experience and experience working with growth/sales initiatives or targets.
    • Demonstrated ability to plan interesting and inviting information events and girl programming.
    • Outstanding organizational and coordination abilities.
    • Ability to work independently, and with a team.
    • Excellent communication (written and verbal) interpersonal skills.

     

    Assets:

    • Experience in Membership-based organization or Associations an asset
    • Knowledge of Girl Guides of Canada an asset

     

    Does this sound like you? Then apply today!

    Send your cover letter and resume (as one file) by 5:00 p.m., Monday, June 7, 2021 toLeisa McKenzie, Employee Experience Business Partner - HR@girlguides.ca

    Kindly reference the position title in the subject line of your email message.
    Submissions without a cover letter will not be considered.

    GGC-GduC is committed to diversity, equity and inclusion.  We value a recruitment and selection process that is inclusive and barrier-free, and we encourage applications from people who are racialized, Indigenous, people from the 2SLGBTQI+ community, people with disabilities
    and other equity seeking groups.

    Upon request, Girl Guides of Canada-Guides du Canada will make available reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities during the recruitment process. Accommodation requests should be made in advance to People & Culture at HR@girlguides.ca

    We thank all candidates for their interest. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Member Risk Coordinator (contract to December 2021)

  • Girl Guides of Canada–Guides du Canada (GGC-GduC), a national membership-based organization, empowers every girl in Guiding to discover herself and be everything she wants to be. Our mission is to be a catalyst for girls empowering girls. Together, we’re building our vision of A better world, by girls.

    GGC-GdC is actively searching for a Member Risk Coordinator (contract to December 2021).

    *Remote work arrangement temporarily due to COVID-19

    About this Opportunity
    Reporting to the Manager, Member Risk, the Member Risk Coordinator will support the implementation of a risk management framework through which GGC’s programs are delivered. The role will ensure that GGC front-line GGC staff and volunteers have the necessary knowledge, skills and resources to implement girl-driven program that are congruent with our risk framework.

    In this role, you will:

    • Monitor the COVID-19 situation across Canada, including reviewing all Provincial, Territorial, and Federal government announcements regarding COVID-19 Public Health Orders and restrictions. Provide daily updates to internal stakeholders.
    • Coordinate the implementation of GGC’s Return to In-Person Guiding protocols across the country, including working with Provincial Councils and Marketing and Communications, to notify members of the GGC COVID-19 protocols in their region.
    • Support GGC staff and volunteers in the implementation of risk management and safety protocols, including Safe Guide policies.
    • Coordinate and support the Safe Guide assessment process and the adoption of SurveyMonkey Apply as the Safe Guide assessment processing tool.
    • Assist in the monitoring of safety standards and requirements for girl-driven activities and other member activities.
    • In collaboration with Learning and Development staff support the development of training program for Unit Guiders, Safe Guide Advisers and Assessors and other roles as necessary on how to manage risk in GGC activities.
    • Support the development and implementation of GGC’s approach to emergency planning, preparedness and response for member activities.
    • Reviews all incident reports and refer reports for follow-up as necessary.
    • Periodically attend unit meetings, camps and large-scale events at GGC to ensure understanding of organizational needs.
    • Support the development and maintenance of tracking mechanism of girl trips.
    • Monitor travel advisories for countries to which GGC members may be travelling, particularly during times of heightened security, political or environmental unrest to advise on.
    • Champion safe space and support risk-based safety enforcement.
    • Provide direct support to volunteers and staff in the field around interpretations of guidelines, assessment of equivalencies, exceptions to guidelines, etc.
    • Work with the Provincial Safe Guide Advisors, Safe Guide Assessors and Safe Guide Trainers across the country.
    • Work with other staff teams and site leaders to support the planning of events spearheaded by the national office.
    • Work with Program Delivery team on a roll-out and implementation strategy for risk management and safety protocols.
    • Work with evaluation and research staff re: ongoing evaluation of the safety framework
    • Serve as a subject matter resource to the Risk Oversight Committee as needed
    • Apply organizational policies regarding inclusivity to content, member communication and customer service.

     

    You should apply if you have:

    • Experience in implementing risk management and safety protocols in youth-serving organizations.
    • Knowledgeable and experienced on current safety regulations, standards and best practices related to youth programming.
    • Specific experience relating to safety and risk assessment in the areas of camping, outdoor activities, water activities and tripping, and virtual activities.
    • Experience working with participants from diverse backgrounds and/or with special needs.
    • Experience in leading/organizing multi-day trips.
    • Experience in youth development, special education, outdoor education, community development, and/or adventure education.
    • Experience with diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
    • Proficiency with MS Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint and Word.
    • Excellent communication (written and verbal) and people skills.

     

    Assets:

    • Experience working with SurveyMonkey Apply.
    • Mental Health First Aid, HIGH FIVE, qualifications or associations related to paddling, camping, travel, and other related qualifications.
    • French language skills/fluency (and any other language spoken in Canada)
    • Experience working with a diverse population of volunteers within the non-profit or charitable sector.
    • Experience working as part of a remote team.

     

    Does this sound like you? Then apply today!

    Send your cover letter and resume (as one file) by 5:00 p.m., Monday, June 7, 2021 to Leeanne Federico, Employee Experience Specialist - HR@girlguides.ca

    Kindly reference the position title in the subject line of your email message.
    Submissions without a cover letter will not be considered.

    GGC-GduC is committed to diversity, equity and inclusion.  We value a recruitment and selection process that is inclusive and barrier-free, and we encourage applications from people who are racialized, Indigenous, people from the 2SLGBTQI+ community, people with disabilities
    and other equity seeking groups.

    Upon request, Girl Guides of Canada-Guides du Canada will make available reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities during the recruitment process. Accommodation requests should be made in advance to People & Culture at HR@girlguides.ca

    We thank all candidates for their interest. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Membership Screener

Girl Guides of Canada–Guides du Canada (GGC-GduC), a national membership-based organization, empowers every girl in Guiding to discover herself and be everything she wants to be. Our mission is to be a catalyst for girls empowering girls. Together, we’re building our vision of A better world, by girls.

GGC-GdC is actively searching for a Membership Screener.

*Remote work arrangement temporarily due to COVID-19

About this Opportunity
Reporting to the Team Lead, Membership Screening, the Membership Screener position focuses on providing exceptional customer service to GGC-GduC’s members and potential member in line with GGC’s customer service philosophy. This position is part of a team that is critical to the success of growing the organization by quickly and efficiently screening new member applicants.

The Membership Screener will administer time-sensitive membership application and screening processes which includes initial contact with adult volunteer inquiries, interviews, police records checks (PRC) and completion of references, and monitors screening requirements, maintain confidential member and non-member volunteer records and department files, produce and distribute status reports for application and screening processes, support mailing, emailing, faxing, filing, shredding, report preparation, data entry, advanced Microsoft document preparation and other administrative tasks that support the application and screening process

You should apply if you have:

  • Relevant education and/or work experience in a customer facing role.
  • Comfort with ambiguity and working in a fluid, fast-paced environment.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills combined with strong interpersonal skills, resourcefulness, critical thinking and attention to detail.
  • Active listening skills, understanding how to absorb information and take appropriate action.
  • Experience working with a membership database (iMIS an asset) and understanding the importance of leveraging data to present useful insights.
  • Worked in the not-for-profit sector, additional asset if in a youth-serving organization or an organization focused on gender equality.
  • A commitment to apply organizational policies regarding inclusivity to content, member communication and customer service.

 

Does this sound like you? Then apply today!

Send your cover letter and resume (as one file) by 5:00 p.m., Monday, June 7, 2021 to Leeanne Federico, Employee Experience Specialist - HR@girlguides.ca

Kindly reference the position title in the subject line of your email message.
Submissions without a cover letter will not be considered.

GGC-GduC is committed to diversity, equity and inclusion.  We value a recruitment and selection process that is inclusive and barrier-free, and we encourage applications from people who are racialized, Indigenous, people from the 2SLGBTQI+ community, people with disabilities
and other equity seeking groups.

Upon request, Girl Guides of Canada-Guides du Canada will make available reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities during the recruitment process. Accommodation requests should be made in advance to People & Culture at HR@girlguides.ca

We thank all candidates for their interest. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Event Coordinator (contract to December 2021)

Girl Guides of Canada–Guides du Canada (GGC-GduC), a national membership-based organization, empowers every girl in Guiding to discover herself and be everything she wants to be. Our mission is to be a catalyst for girls empowering girls. Together, we’re building our vision of A better world, by girls.

Girl Guides of Canada is seeking a dynamic and detail-oriented Event Coordinator (contract to December 2021).

*Remote work arrangement temporarily due to COVID-19

About this Opportunity
To support the Girl Guides of Canada mission – a better world by girls – we are seeking an Event Coordinator to support our provinces. GGC wants to support our volunteers by managing processes and paperwork so they can focus on delivering events that WOW our girl members. As part of our Events team, the Event Coordinator will support senior volunteers with their strategic projects, while also equipping Members with what they need to access and organize safe and fun events and activities in the wake of the pandemic. This includes registration systems, program connections and risk management support.

If you are a person who thrives on supporting volunteers as they catalyze girl empowerment and fun, is super organized, detail-oriented, and loves working with people on how to bring their ideas to life, please read on.

Focus Area of Work

  • Provide support and insight to volunteers who are running local and provincial events to engage girls. This may include insights on established processes, providing reporting on events, supporting planning or budget development, supporting event communications and registrations, or advising on logistics and event quality assurance.
  • Use, and become an expert in, GGC’s online registration system, ePly, to equip volunteers and staff with the knowledge they need to make events easy to organize and run.
  • Support Provincial Advisers with processes and resources pertaining to events, which includes escalating complex situations, collaborating on project plans and supporting advertising and budgeting.
  • Collaborate with Programming, Program Delivery and Risk teams to ensure any program or Safe Guide needs, connections or trainings are leveraged and deployed to the volunteers who need them.
  • Support GGC’s volunteer Learning & Development team by overseeing adult event registrations.
  • Respond to general event inquiries and ensure that a positive customer service relationship is maintained at all times.
  • Apply organizational policies regarding inclusivity to content, member communication and customer service.
  • Other duties as assigne

You are the ideal candidate if you have:

  • Related post-secondary education (Business Administration, Event Management, Volunteer Management) or equivalent work experience.
  • 3 years’ experience working in an office environment.
  • Intermediate computer skills including Office 365 (Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook, SharePoint, Teams).
  • Previous experience with database software (ePly, iMIS) preferred.
  • Previous experience with youth events, including one-day events and week-long conferences or camps.
  • Demonstrated ability to provide excellent customer service.
  • Skilled at setting priorities and managing time.
  • You embody the attributes of our core DNA – welcoming, imaginative, courageous and enthusiastic.
  • Familiarity with Girl Guides of Canada and experience in the voluntary sector is an asset.

 

Does this sound like you? Then apply today!

Send your cover letter and resume (as one file) by 5:00 p.m., Monday, June 7, 2021 to Leeanne Federico, Employee Experience Specialist - HR@girlguides.ca

Kindly reference the position title in the subject line of your email message.
Submissions without a cover letter will not be considered.

GGC-GduC is committed to diversity, equity and inclusion.  We value a recruitment and selection process that is inclusive and barrier-free, and we encourage applications from people who are racialized, Indigenous, people from the 2SLGBTQI+ community, people with disabilities
and other equity seeking groups.

Upon request, Girl Guides of Canada-Guides du Canada will make available reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities during the recruitment process. Accommodation requests should be made in advance to People & Culture at HR@girlguides.ca

We thank all candidates for their interest. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Manager, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Girl Guides of Canada–Guides du Canada (GGC-GduC), a national membership-based organization, empowers every girl in Guiding to discover herself and be everything she wants to be. Our mission is to be a catalyst for girls empowering girls. Together, we’re building our vision of A better world, by girls.

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion are critical to our long-term success. GGC-GdC has made it a priority to become an organization that attracts and reflects the diverse identities, communities, and lived experiences of girls and women in Canada. GGC seeks to be an organization that values and respects diversity and creates a place of belonging for all girls. GGC’s commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion is not new. Our strategy has been in place for over 3 years and is focused on marginalized and racialized communities.

*Remote work arrangement temporarily due to COVID-19

About this Opportunity
We're seeking an experienced and resourceful Manager to work with key stakeholders across the country – staff, volunteers, girls, and community partners - to further implement GGC-GdC’s national diversity, equity and inclusion framework that will help us become a more equitable, inclusive and anti-racist organization. The Manager, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) will act as a champion for DEI across the organization and successfully build and maintain both internal and external relationships with key partners who want to make meaningful change.

Focus Area of Work

  • Lead the organization, planning, overall coordination and evaluation of DEI strategy.
  • Act as the subject matter expert to leaders across levels and liaison to cross-functional teams across the organization to support:
    • Integration of DEI and anti-racism into programs, processes, policies and culture;
    • Departments and teams to set their DEI goals, implement plans and measure success; and
    • Development of new leading practices in equity and inclusion.
  • Continue to further build the individual, group and organizational capacity and change behaviour in order to make GGC a more accessible, equitable and inclusive organization for marginalized communities.
  • Develop processes for gathering and sharing insights with internal stakeholders to ensure marginalized and impacted voices are heard, acknowledged, prioritized and celebrated.
  • Communicate equity and inclusion best practices and successes internally and externally.
  • Develop, coordinate and facilitate learning opportunities and training in various areas of anti-oppression and anti-racism for Board, staff, and volunteers.
  • Support and manage volunteer Diversity and Inclusion Facilitators to deliver learning and training opportunities.
  • Support various advisory councils and act as liaison and connector between and among them and the organization.

What you bring to this role

  • A commitment to and deep understanding of issues relating to equity, inclusion, anti-oppression and anti-racism and an openness to supporting people and communities towards meaningful, positive change.
  • Strong communication, influence-ability and skill working with a variety of stakeholders to produce results within a highly collaborative environment.
  • Formal post-secondary education in a relevant area of study, preferably with a focus on human rights, diversity, equity and inclusion or acceptable equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • An understanding of the social, cultural, and economic contexts of marginalized communities through lived experience and/or professional experience.
  • An ability to build strong relationships that focus on reciprocity and synergy and strong connections with marginalized communities, organizations and stakeholders.
  • A proven track record of leading equity, inclusion, anti-oppression, and anti-racist work with a strong understanding of intersectionality. 
  • Experience leading organizational development, change management, stakeholder engagement, and partnership development efforts.
  • An ability to manage complex and nuanced projects with multiple stakeholders focusing on prioritizing marginalized voices and perspectives.
  • Experience working with volunteers.
  • Experience managing external consultants/contractors.
  • Excellent conflict management skills and ability to tackle contentious issues and navigate multiple, complex and confidential projects.
  • Superior analytical skills and can effectively translate research, trends, and metrics into strategy.

Assets:

  • Experience in sectors relating to youth services, member services, or volunteer management.
  • Experience working with volunteer leaders and in larger, more complex organizations.
  • Experience working in non-profit sector; Knowledge of/experience with Guiding.  
  • Fluency or familiarity with a second language spoken in Canada including any of the 70+ languages spoken by First Nations, Metis or Inuit communities. 
  • Lived experiences as members of Black, Indigenous and/or other racialized communities.

Logistics
Occasional evening and weekend work is required.  Travel within Canada may be required post COVID.

Does this sound like you? Then apply today!

Send your cover letter and resume (as one file) by 5:00 p.m., Thursday, May 27, 2021 to Leisa McKenzie – Employee Experience Business Partner Girl Guides of Canada – Guides du Canada E-mail HR@girlguides.ca

Kindly reference the position title in the subject line of your email message.
Submissions without a cover letter will not be considered.

GGC-GduC is committed to diversity, equity and inclusion.  We value a recruitment and selection process that is inclusive and barrier-free, and we encourage applications from people who are racialized, Indigenous, people from the 2SLGBTQI+ community, people with disabilities
and other equity seeking groups.

Upon request, Girl Guides of Canada-Guides du Canada will make available reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities during the recruitment process. Accommodation requests should be made in advance to People & Culture at HR@girlguides.ca

We thank all candidates for their interest. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Camp Groundskeeper - PEI

$13.00/hour – 35hrs per week, 8-week contract

Girl Guides of Canada–Guides du Canada (GGC-GduC), a national membership-based organization, empowers every girl in Guiding to discover herself and be everything she wants to be. Our mission is to be a catalyst for girls empowering girls. Together, we’re building our vision of A better world, by girls.

GGC-GduC is actively searching for a Camp Groundskeeper for our facility in
Fairhaven Girl Guide Camp, Murray River, PEI.

About this Opportunity

In this role you would perform light carpentry, painting, mowing, brush clearing around trails and sites, cleaning of buildings, wood piling and other such work identified.

You are the ideal candidate if:

  • You have previous experience with general property maintenance and physically able to perform a variety of general maintenance and repair work.
  • You have the ability to lift approximately 15kg.
  • You have working knowledge of equipment and tools required for property maintenance.
  • You can take direction well, work independently and with a team.
  • You can apply organizational policies regarding inclusivity to content, member communication and customer service.
  • You can commit to 8 consecutive weeks working from mid-June to mid-August.
  • You have reliable transportation.

These positions are funded through the Canada Summer Jobs Program. Applicants must meet the following criteria to qualify for the program:

  • You are between 15-30 years of age at the start of the employment.
  • You are a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or person to whom refugee protection has been conferred under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act for the duration of the employment.
  • You have a valid Social Insurance Number at the start of employment and are legally entitled to work in Canada in accordance with relevant provincial or territorial legislation and regulations.

To submit an expression of interest, send a short email explaining who you are, what you’re looking for and able to provide, and a copy of your resume to Leeanne Federico, Employee Experience Specialist at hr@girlguides.ca by May 19, 2021.

GGC-GduC is committed to diversity, equity and inclusion.  We value a recruitment and selection process that is inclusive and barrier-free, and we encourage applications from people who are racialized, Indigenous, people from the 2SLGBTQI+ community, people with disabilities and other equity seeking groups.

Upon request, Girl Guides of Canada-Guides du Canada will make available reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities during the recruitment process. Accommodation requests should be made in advance to People & Culture at HR@girlguides.ca
We thank all candidates for their interest. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Senior Accountant

Girl Guides of Canada–Guides du Canada (GGC-GduC), a national membership-based organization, empowers every girl in Guiding to discover herself and be everything she wants to be. Our mission is to be a catalyst for girls empowering girls. Together, we’re building our vision of A better world, by girls.

GGC-GduC is actively searching for a Senior Accountant.
*Remote work arrangement temporarily due to COVID-19

Reporting to the Manager, Reporting and Analysis, and working with several internal stakeholders, the Senior Accountant, will successfully assist in the preparation of annual operating budget and project budgets (national, provincial, and departmental), provide analysis and monthly reporting packages to the Senior Leadership Team, prepare reporting for Committees and the Board of Directors, provide support to the annual financial audit, and complete special projects as needed.

The ideal candidate will have:

  • Experience with accounting and financial reporting, preferably in the not-for-profit sector
  • Experience with the regulations appropriate for the not-for-profit sector
  • A professional accounting designation such as CPA.
  • A minimum of 3 years’ experience in Budget and Reporting experience.
  • Experience monitoring and analyzing budget reports and analyzing monthly variances.
  • Experience providing reporting and analysis information to senior leaders.
  • Ability to connect budget submissions to strategic goals and advise as such.
  • Experience working in multi-disciplinary teams and with employees at all levels.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and relationship building skills.
  • Strong problem-solving skills with superior attention to detail and accuracy.
  • Demonstrated computer software proficiency with MS Office; Office 365, advanced Excel (including V-Lookups, Pivot Tables, etc.), Accpac/Sage 300 and other ERP systems.
  • Ability to apply organizational policies regarding inclusivity to content, member communication and customer service.

If you meet these qualifications, embody the attributes of our core DNA – welcoming, imaginative, courageous and enthusiastic and are creative, curious and passionate about GGC’s future, apply today!

Submit a cover letter and resume (as one file) to Leeanne Federico, Employee Experience Specialist, Girl Guides of Canada–Guides du Canada at HR@girlguides.ca

GGC-GduC is committed to diversity, equity and inclusion.  We value a recruitment and selection process that is inclusive and barrier-free, and we encourage applications from people who are racialized, Indigenous, people from the 2SLGBTQI+ community, people with disabilities and other equity seeking groups.

Upon request, Girl Guides of Canada-Guides du Canada will make available reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities during the recruitment process. Accommodation requests should be made in advance to People & Culture at HR@girlguides.ca
We thank all candidates for their interest. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Accountant

Girl Guides of Canada–Guides du Canada (GGC-GduC), a national membership-based organization, empowers every girl in Guiding to discover herself and be everything she wants to be. Our mission is to be a catalyst for girls empowering girls. Together, we’re building our vision of A better world, by girls.

If you are someone whose accounting expertise results in accurate financial planning and regulatory compliance, we have an exciting opportunity for you to join our Finance Team.

GGC-GduC is actively searching for an Accountant.
*Remote work arrangement temporarily due to COVID-19

About this Opportunity
The Reporting and Analysis Team is responsible for external financial reporting, management reporting, maintaining the G/L architecture and completing timely reconciliation between the various source systems. The Accountant will be critical in the timely and accurate processing of month-end accrual entries needed in preparation of financial report.

With direction from the Manager, Reporting & Analysis, this role is responsible for indirect taxes, preparing annual charity returns (T3010), participating in discontinuation of certain charitable registration identifiers and together with the analyst, preparing ad hoc analytics.

This position performs work independently under the general direction from the Manager, Reporting and Analysis and interacts will all areas within the Finance department as well as servicing departments within the organization. Flexibility and prioritization are key to success in this role.

You are the ideal candidate if you have:

  • Post-secondary education in in Accounting, Finance, Commerce, or in a related specialization.
  • Professional accounting designation CPA, CGA, CMA, or in the final stages of completion.
  • 5+ years’ experience in accounting/finance, preferably in the not-for-profit sector.
  • Proven productivity and collaboration computer skills including Office 365 - Word, Excel (Advanced), Power Point, Outlook, SharePoint, Teams.
  • Proficiency in SAGE accounting software.
  • Ability to effectively communicate both challenges and findings.
  • Exceptional attention to detail.
  • Superb time-management and organizational skills.
  • Excellent collaboration and communication skills – both oral and written.
  • A customer service focus and you embody the attributes of our core DNA – welcoming, imaginative, courageous and enthusiastic.
  • Ability to apply organizational policies regarding inclusivity to content, member communication and customer service.

If this sounds like a job tailor-made for you, apply today!

Submit a cover letter and resume (as one file) to Leeanne Federico, Employee Experience Specialist Partner, Girl Guides of Canada–Guides du Canada at HR@girlguides.ca

Kindly reference the position title in the subject line of your email message.
Submissions without a cover letter will not be considered.

This position will remain open until filled. Interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis.

GGC-GduC is committed to diversity, equity and inclusion.  We value a recruitment and selection process that is inclusive and barrier-free, and we encourage applications from people who are racialized, Indigenous, people from the 2SLGBTQI+ community, people with disabilities and other equity seeking groups.

Upon request, Girl Guides of Canada-Guides du Canada will make available reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities during the recruitment process. Accommodation requests should be made in advance to People & Culture at HR@girlguides.ca
We thank all candidates for their interest. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.