Chalice (Canada) is a Catholic, Nova-Scotia-based organization. Our mission is to bring the needs of the poor to the Canadian community and provide material support to more than 51,000 children and elderly across 57 program sites in 15 countries.

We are looking for a mission-driven, personable, adaptable, energetic, articulate, and committed individual for the position of Bilingual Sponsor/Child Representative. We willbe fillilng one permanent, part-time position (24 hours per week). The Sponsor/Child Representative is responsible for all children in their assigned sponsor sites from the time they are sponsored until they are retired from sponsorship. The Sponsor/Child Representative assures the proper processing of all child-sponsor correspondence within their assigned region entering all relevant information about the child into the Chalice database, maintaining and updating the database information relative to the child, and keeping the sponsor informed with relevant information concerning their sponsored child.

Please explore our website to find out more information about our organization.

Job Title: Sponsor/Child Representative
Reports To: Senior International Manager

Key Areas of Responsibility
- Support the mission of Chalice
   - Receive files and documents from Chalice sponsor sites around the world
   - Prepare and send all files and documentation related to new sponsorships to sponsors
   - File maintenance - responsible for multiple filing systems for geographic area of responsibility, ensuring accuracy and completeness
   - Data entry of all child correspondence, photos, and sponsor site documents
   - Prepare and send correspondence to sponsors
   - Teach and coach sponsor sites to ensure they follow Chalice requirements
   - Match children to sponsors and facilitate retirements when the child or sponsor exits the program
   - Communicate with sponsor sites regularly in order to provide responses to sponsors' questions and concerns
   - Facilitate written communication between the sponsors and sponsored children on an ongoing basis
   - Work with and oversee volunteers
   - Provide statistical information to Chalice Managers
   - Complete file audits
   - Complete quarterly sponsor site evaluations and provide support to help them improve when necessary
   - Assist with the collection, collation, and analysis of data and reports withing Chalice's Evaluation and Learning Framework.

Required Education and Knowledge
   - Post-secondary education in International Development Studies or related education and/or experience
   - Outstanding oral and written English is mandatory
   - Proficient oral and written French is required
   - A good understanding of and experience in monitoring and evaluation
   - Strong organizational and time management skills
   - Extensive training and experience in customer service, including how to effectively speak to sponsors on the phone
   - Strong IT skills including, but not limited to, Microsoft Office Suite. Knowledge of IMIS an asset.

Soft Skills and Competencies
Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills
   - Critical eye for detail
   - Quick learner; enjoy working in a service-focused, fast-paced learning organization
   - Ability to work effectively in a team setting
   - Have excellent time management, organizational, task planning and prioritization skills
   - Strong written and oral communication skills
   - Able to adapt quickly to changing requirements
   - Cross-cultural understanding and communication skills.

Other Requirements
Able to work out of our office in Bedford, Nova Scotia
   - Must be comfortable working in a Catholic faith-filled environment.

Please submit your CV with cover letter to Randy Spaulding by email to identifying your salary expectations and availability. Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Deadline for submissions is April 8, 2019.
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