Careers

Director of Community Engagement/Fund Development

Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), the Director of Community Engagement/Fund Development is responsible for all fundraising initiatives and activities of the organization. Working closely with the CEO, the Director of Community Engagement/Fund Development is directly responsible for the strategic development and implementation of the Fund Development Program, including an annual giving plan that encompasses cultivating and maintaining relationships with new and existing donors and supporters, developing and building a major gifts program, stewarding government funding, and researching and writing grant proposals providing evaluation reports as required. The Director is also responsible for overseeing fundraising events and supporting third party fundraising initiatives. The Director of Community Engagement/Fund Development participates in strategic planning and budgeting initiatives, and works within the guidelines, policies and mission of the organization. READ MORE

Director of Programs and Services

Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), the Director of Programs and Services is responsible for the development, management and evaluation of Calgary & Area Child Advocacy Centre (CCAC) programs and leading/supervising the not-for-profit staff in the program teams. The Director of Programs and Services will analyze, develop and implement programs that align with leading practice models; develop a strong understanding of the frontline operational practices of the partner agencies (Calgary Children’s Services, Calgary Police Service, RCMP, Alberta Health Services and the Crown Prosecutors Office); and work collaboratively with the five partner organizations to ensure the integrated delivery of programs and services and the continuous development of a Centre of Excellence. READ MORE

Registered Nurse

The Calgary and Area Child Advocacy Centre (CCAC) in partnership with CUPS is looking for a Registered Nurse (RN) to join the Prenatal Outreach Support Team (POST).  POST is a collaborative initiative between the Calgary Police Service (CPS) and the CCAC to identify and provide specialized intervention and referrals for vulnerable pregnant individuals in high-risk situation. POST has proudly partnered with CUPS in order to ensure low barrier access to prenatal care, education and support.

The RN is responsible for planning individualized nursing care to clients of the POST program while adhering to recognized nursing techniques, procedures and established standards based on the scope of nursing as outlined under the CARNA Nursing Practice Standards. The RN will report to the POST Team Lead as well as the Nurse Practitioner with CUPS. The POST program operates out of the CUPS clinic in Calgary. READ MORE