Skip to main content

Job Posting – Associate Vice President, Development (Vancouver Region) (Boyden)

Job postings are provided for the benefit of AFP Greater Vancouver members.

Interested in Purchasing a Job Posting?

AFP Greater Vancouver job postings reach an elite group of 400+ fundraising professionals, and a larger public website audience. You do not need to be a member to post a job.

In line with AFP Global and in order to promote gender and racial pay equity, we require that a salary range be included for all job postings. This will make negotiations easier for both employer and candidate, and will also help save time and resources for employers by ensuring that those who apply are candidates whose skills, experience and salary expectations align with the requirements of the role.

In addition, research has shown that posting the salary range increases the reach and attention ads receive by 30%. AFP Greater Vancouver job postings are an effective way for employers to reach qualified applicants, committed to the sector and we thank all past, present and future employers who choose to post with us.

Job TitleAssociate Vice President, Development (Vancouver Region)
Organization NameBoyden
Salary Range Minimum$ 150,000.00 CAD
Salary Range Maximum $ 180,000.00 CAD
Job Description

At an unparalleled moment in the history of cancer research and care, the BC Cancer Foundation (BCCF) stands on the brink of transformative change. As the dedicated fundraising partner of BC Cancer, the Foundation is a critical partner in leading the transformation and elevation of cancer care for the province.

With a workforce of over 90 dedicated professionals across five locations in British Columbia, BCCF ranks among the province's largest non-profit organizations. Their mission is clear: to inspire philanthropic investment in BC Cancer by engaging with over 100,000 donors and communities. BCCF collaborates with some of the globe's foremost researchers, oncologists, and care providers.

The BC Cancer Foundation is seeking an exceptional individual to join their leadership team as the Associate Vice President (AVP), Development for the Vancouver Region. Reporting to the Senior Vice President & Chief Development Officer, the AVP will play a pivotal role in the creation and execution of an all-encompassing Major Gifts development program for the BC Cancer Foundation's Lower Mainland Region.

Job Requirements

As a diligent and focused leader, the AVP will champion the use of benchmarks, performance metrics, donor research resources, and best practices. While concentrating on major gifts, the AVP will collaborate with leaders responsible for other fundraising avenues, including annual giving, planned giving, and donor experience, ensuring a seamless and coordinated approach. This approach is designed to maximize public recognition and fundraising success for the BC Cancer Foundation.

The ideal candidate brings a track record of success as a senior leader within a related fundraising organization in the healthcare or broader non-profit sector. Deeply familiar with the Canadian philanthropic landscape, with direct expertise in successful major gift solicitation, grant writing and donor cultivation. The ideal candidate will credibility, strategic thinking, exceptional communication skills, and an ability to interact and build productive relationships with a range of stakeholders.

This is a unique opportunity to bring dynamic, results-oriented leadership to one of British Columbia’s most prominent non-profit organizations to make a significant impact in the fight against cancer.

To explore this opportunity further, please click Apply.

We thank all applicants for their interest in this position.  Please note that we will only be in contact with those individuals moving forward with our client.

BC Cancer Foundation is committed to fostering, cultivating, and preserving a culture of diversity & inclusion. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment regardless of age, ethnicity, gender identity or expression, language, national or Indigenous origin, family or marital status, physical and mental ability, political affiliation, race, religion, sexual orientation or socio-economic status.

How to Apply

Website / External Link
Forward Job Posting Via Email

Have feedback on our new website, or notice a bug? Let us know!