We are Hiring a Project Manager (Technical Lead) for the Canadian Centre for Nonprofit Digital Resilience

Role: Project Manager (Technical Lead)

Location of work: Anywhere in Canada

About the Role

The Canadian Centre for Nonprofit Digital Resilience is looking for an exceptional Project Manager (Technical Lead) to join our team.

You will play a critical role in driving CCNDR’s efforts to achieve our vision of a digitally-enabled nonprofit sector, where Canada’s nonprofits use data and technology to multiply their impact. You will lead a portfolio of projects harnessing the collective expertise of our broad network to identify priorities and prototype and mobilize around solutions. You will work alongside CCNDR’s Project Manager. Your responsibilities as a member of a small team will evolve to meet the needs of our growing community.

What You Bring

Passionate about the digital transformation of Canada’s nonprofits, you bring experience building the digital and data readiness of nonprofits and familiarity with the ecosystem of for-profit and non-profit providers and vendors in this area. You also have experience using collaborative R&D processes to prototype, test, and evaluate interventions, especially those focused on improving the functioning of markets or ecosystems. You have technical skills relevant to nonprofits as they adopt digital technologies.

You are entrepreneurial and strategic, with an ability to spot and pursue opportunities. You have a keen understanding of how to foster trusting relationships and partnerships to achieve shared objectives. An effective communicator, you can toggle seamlessly between diverse audiences and platforms. You have experience managing complex, multi-stakeholder projects from beginning to end.

You are confident, self-directed, and a quick study, but not afraid to ask for help or own your mistakes. You are enthusiastic, upbeat, and a consummate team player. Calm under pressure, you deliver on tight deadlines and can juggle multiple priorities.

Nice to Have

Subject matter expertise in one or more of CCNDR’s priority areas (see our web site). English/French bilingualism.

What We Bring

The Canadian Centre for Nonprofit Digital Resilience works to create a digitally-enabled nonprofit sector, where Canada’s nonprofits use data and tech to multiply their impact. We launched in 2021 and are still in the start-up phase. We bring a diverse group of cofounding organizations committed to supporting the success of the Technical Lead (Centraide du Grand Montreal, CIO Strategy Council, Imagine Canada, Indigenous Peoples Resilience Fund, NTEN, SETSI, and Tamarack Institute). We have established relationships with 180 supporting organizations and 200 individual advisors ready to engage in CCNDR’s work.

This individual will be employed by the CIO Strategy Council, one of the cofounders of CCNDR. Compensation will be calculated based on individual experience and expertise. We are open to a part-time or full-time role. The range for this position as a full-time role is $80,000 to $94,000. Benefits and vacation will be negotiated with the successful candidate.

How to Apply

Email katie.gibson@ciostrategycouncil.com sing the subject line “Technical Lead” with a resume and one-page letter of interest.

CIO Strategy Council is a national organization representing a diverse sector. As such, we are committed to building a diverse team and fostering a work environment that is responsive to the needs of all employees. We encourage applications from Black people, Indigenous people, people of colour, people with disabilities, members of the LGBTQ2+ community, and those with varied expertise and lived experiences. Accommodations are available upon request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

We would like to thank all applicants in advance.

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