The Christmas Sharing Program Belleville Inc is currently seeking to fill the position of Coordinator. The contract position is seasonal and remuneration is paid at an hourly rate. The incumbent will need to be flexible with work hours as some evening and extended hours may be necessary particularly during the program’s peak period in November and December. The incumbent must also work with and be supervised by a Volunteer Board of Directors.
The purpose of the Christmas Sharing Program is to provide assistance to local individuals and families with the cost of food, based on need, at Christmas time.
The Coordinator is responsible for the day to day operation of the office and for ensuring that the goals and objectives of the Program are fulfilled by the individuals under his or her supervision. The incumbent must be computer literate and knowledgeable in a variety of accounting, word processing and data management processes. The incumbent will provide supervision to all volunteers and to the office Administrative Assistant. Other duties include program development, community liaison and reception.
Interested individuals are invited to forward their resume to: PO Box 22056, Belleville, ON. K8N 5V7 or email it to email@example.com . We thank all those that apply however we will only be replying to those we wish to interview.
In 2020 the Covid-19 pandemic has had a huge impact on the world as we know it. It will not be “business as usual” for our program this season. We anticipate there will be an increased demand for help and potentially a drop in donations. The Christmas Sharing Program will be taking great care to keep our clients, volunteers, visitors and staff safe in the office and in the community. Everyone entering the office will be provided with hand sanitizer, a temperature check, screened for travel history and required to provide contact information. Office furniture will be arranged to allow for social distancing. Surfaces, pens and chairs will be sanitized after each use. Deep cleaning will be conducted at the end of each day.
Because of social distancing and crowd gathering restrictions the pandemic has forced the cancellation of most of our usual fund-raising events including the walkathon, turkey bingo and choral concerts. We recognize that schools and churches in our community, which are usually hugely supportive, are unlikely to be able to help to the same extent this year. As a result, we will be relying more heavily on individual and corporate donations solicited through mailings and this website’s link to Canadahelps.org under the How to Help screen.
Clients will be given an opportunity to apply by alternate means Please visit the Apply screen for details on changes to the registration process. Our goal is to continue to serve the community in as responsible a manner as is required during these trying times.
When we have information about how the toy drive and Christmas dinner are affected by the pandemic, we will pass this along via this page, so please check back.