Are you looking to make a difference? Do you want to shape the course of Canadian communities? Do you like to have fun and enjoy collaborating with people?  You might consider employment with Big Brothers Big Sisters.

As employment opportunities arise, they are posted below. Qualified candidates are encouraged to send resumes to the contacts provided for each position. Only those candidates that are being considered will be contacted.

Position Title: Bowl for Kids Sake Assistant

Reports To: Communication and Fund Development Manager Heather Doran and Executive Director Myron Yates

Purpose:  Responsible for recruiting returning and new Bowl for Kids Sake teams in Tignish, Summerside, North Rustico, and Charlottetown. Provide Donor Engage support (on-line donation website) by inputting accurate data.

Hours: 35 hours per week

Contract Duration: January 6, 2020 to June 5, 2020

Must be EI Eligible

Position pays $520 per week



-Implement team captain goals and objectives for BFKS campaign.
-Provide Team Captains with campaign materials
-Prepare a cold call list
-Visit recruitment areas to poster and distribute cold call packages
-Actively promote on-line pledging and provide user support and training
-Motivate and monitor Team Captains and teams’ fundraising activities
-Secure Team information
-Confirm locations and times to bowl with Team Captains
-Work effectively with BFKS team
-Assist with a variety of duties and provide excellent customer service during Bowl for Kids Sake weekend
-Maintain and manage information in the Donor Engage database including pre-event teams sheet and post event data entry
-Provide input into post-campaign evaluation including final expenditures, recommendations, action items
-Assist with Team recognition during campaign
-Assist BFKS team members as needed
-Other duties as assigned

Please note: Duration of position may lead to assisting during Cottage Campaign. Duties could include:

1.    Greeting the public, giving tours of cottage and pointing out features.

2.    Selling tickets for the cottage draw.

3.    Educating the public about Big Brothers Big Sisters and its programs.

4.    Entering data.

5.    Basic bookkeeping including balancing books, bank deposits, debit and credit transactions.

6.    Maintaining ticket sales record.



Education: College diploma in office administration, business, sales, telephone sales.

Skills Required:

-Familiarity with Summerside and Western PEI
-Strong customer relations skills
-Strong telephone skills
-Ability to interact with people of all ages and cultural backgrounds
-Demonstrated leadership skills including the ability to solve problems
-Strong organizational, analytical and interpersonal skills
-Ability to represent the Agency in the community in a professional manner
-Ability to work independently and as part of a team
-Sound computer skills to manage Income Manger, Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, the Internet, and email
-Effective oral, written and electronic communication skills
-Ability to work flexible hours



Is easy to approach and talk to; is warm, welcoming, pleasant and gracious; builds rapport well; comfortable with people.

Customer Service Orientation

Is dedicated to meeting the expectations and requirements of agency stakeholders and others in the community.

Decision Making / Decisiveness / Judgment 

Can assess situations to determine the importance, and potential problems, gather and process relevant information, generate possible solutions and make clear decisions which are timely and in the best interests of the organization and/or those concerned.

Planning & Organizing

Can marshal resources to get things done; works cooperatively and effectively with others and orchestrate multiple activities at once to accomplish a goal; uses resources effectively and efficiently; arranges information and files in a useful manner.

Goal Orientation

Willing and able to set and pursue goals with commitment and to take pride in accomplishment; willing and able to take action to achieve goals and strive for excellence.

Initiative / Independence

Demonstrates self control and ability to manage time and priorities; ability to complete tasks independently; takes initiative and acts without waiting for direction; accepts responsibility for actions and results; fosters innovation and creativity; continuous improvement.



Busy – Routine office environment.

Work hours flexible to meet program and customer needs.

Employee must have a valid PEI Driver’s License, clean driving abstract, a reliable vehicle and a minimum of $100,000 PL&PD insurance coverage.


To Apply, contact

Myron Yates

Executive Director

Big Brothers Big Sisters of PEI

2 St. Peters Road

Charlottetown, PE

C1A 5N2


Tel:  (902) 368 7760