Chapter Job Center

To post a job with AFP Vancouver Island please send a copy of your job description to our Chapter Administrator, Monica Powell.
The fee to post a job is $150 for members and $225 for non-members.  Job postings will be listed here for one month, emailed to the AFP Vancouver Island mailing list, and shared on AFP Vancouver Island Social Media pages.





Advancement Officer

The position of Advancement Officer is a central part of a dynamic Camosun College Foundation team within the Vice-President, Partnerships division.

The primary responsibility of the position is to make essential contributions to the ongoing success of a fully integrated fund development program through fund solicitation, major and planned gift programs and annual and capital campaigns, working closely with other members of the development team and involving other members of the College community. 

The complete job posting can be found here.



Development and Communications Manager

Island Prostate Centre (IPC) is the only non-profit that guides and empowers Vancouver Island men and their families as they navigate the uncertainty of a prostate cancer diagnosis. The Centre provides personalized patient support on treatment options, free for service supportive care programs and services, and the time and space patients need to explore their options and human supports so they never walk alone.

The complete job description can be found here.



Alumni Relations Officer

With an assigned portfolio, the position holder fosters strong relationships internally and externally to build the alumni relations program, that is, to engage with the business School’s contactable alumni (approximately 6,400) in line with the overarching strategy of the Alumni Relations Office, UVic and the external relations strategy at Gustavson.

The complete job description can be found here.


Communications and Development Coordinator

Cowichan Hospice seeks an experienced Communications and Development Coordinator.

The Coordinator supports the ongoing programs and services of Cowichan Hospice through coordination of fund development activities including: implementation of fund development plans, planning and support for donor relationships, implementation of annual giving campaign and events, database management, communications development, marketing and advertising, and grant and proposal development. The coordinator works closely with the Executive Director and a small but supportive staff team.

The complete job description can be found here.