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Career Opportunities

The Vancouver Chinatown Foundation is constantly recruiting talent to join our expanding team. Please see current opportunities below.

Marketing & Communications Manager

The VCF is searching for a resourceful, results-oriented Marketing & Communications Manager who will lead the Foundation’s marketing programs.  As an integral part of the Foundation team, you will be responsible for taking marketing and communications programs from concept to execution and analysis.  This includes the management of online and offline assets and media and community engagement activities.

Primary responsibilities include:

  • Develop and implement an annual marketing & communications plan to support the VCF’s priorities and projects, and drive brand awareness
  • Development and activation of marketing assets including offline (i.e.: take-ones, posters, fact sheets, PR kit, news releases) and online (i.e.: website, video, social media content/engagement)
  • Maintain a consistent brand across all of the Foundation’s external communications
  • Lead the creation of marketing and communications materials, including collateral for the Chinatown Storytelling Centre, newsletters, funding proposals, and annual reports
  • Vendor management by providing on-brand, actionable creative briefs; managing and coordinating the design and distribution of publications and collateral; and fostering productive relationships
  • Develop compelling content to support external relations including conducting interviews with community stakeholders and writing content for outreach programs
  • Coordination across internal stakeholders to support collaborative content development, management and distribution
  • Write compelling content that engages and informs stakeholders

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Finance Manager

The VCF is searching for highly motivated Finance Manager who will be an integral part of the Foundation team and is responsible for managing the overall operation of the Finance department and the financial health of the Foundation.  As the leader of the Finance team, the Finance Manager will be responsible for monitoring the financial operations, providing accurate and timely financial reports to senior management and the Board.

Primary responsibilities include:

  • Oversee the day-to-day operations of the Finance Department, including payroll, accounts payable and accounts receivable; supervise and provide guidance and coaching to Finance Department staff
  • Prepare and oversee the preparation, and verify the accuracy of various reports and analyses, such as period-end balance sheets & income statements, general ledger, year-end reports, compensation forecasts, draft budgets, cash flow estimates, provincial & federal sales tax returns, comparative expenditure statements and strategic plan
  • Address financial inquiries from the Leadership team, Trustees and staff with regards to monthly reports, budgets and contracts
  • Provide financial reports and variance analysis to the Leadership team
  • Manage funding contracts, proposals and reporting requirements
  • Manage third-party agreements and contracts
  • Develop annual goals and objectives for the Finance department in accordance with Foundation’s goals, objectives and priorities
  • Ensure the timely and accurate submission of financial reports required by government agencies
  • Supervise the performance of all accounting tasks such as accounts receivable, accounts payable, general ledger, trial balance, bank reconciliations and month-end adjusting journal entries
  • Establish internal controls and reporting processes
  • Work with auditors to design, maintain and prepare account reconciliation & analytic working papers

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