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Position: Regional Partnership Director – JUMP! Canada
Organization: JUMP! Foundation
Location: Vancouver & 100 Mile House BC

Contract Term: 2 Years with options for extensions
Preferred start Date: November 15th, 2020


The JUMP! Foundation is a non-profit organization that believes in inspiring, empowering, and engaging youth through collaborative and innovative experiential learning programs. JUMP! facilitates participants to develop personal, community, and inter-community leadership skills. To help realize our vision for a world in which young people fulfil their true potential, JUMP! donates a proportion of its revenue to support experiential youth-focused development projects around the world.


JUMP! Schools:

High-impact programs which take place on a school campus. JUMP! Schools programs are typically 2-5 days in length and explore leadership training, facilitation training, design thinking, and global citizenship education.

JUMP! Experiences:

Off-campus programs take students out of the classroom and into the field. Programs are typically 1-2 weeks in length and take students out of their comfort zone; be it hiking in the Himalayas, rock climbing in Thailand, or exploring history and culture in Indonesia.

JUMP! Impact:

Through the JUMP! Impact Fund, JUMP! partners with local NGOs to implement social innovation programs where under-resourced youths receive training, design Impact Projects for their communities, and implement their projects with seed funding and mentorship. To date, JUMP! Impact has served over 3,000 youth in Asia, Africa, and Latin America.


The JUMP! Foundation is currently seeking a skilled and energetic candidate to fill the role of Regional Partnership Director for Canada based in Vancouver, Canada. This individual will be an educational visionary who is also an enthusiastic and goal-oriented manager. The Regional Partnership Director will direct and manage all projects related to staff development, program innovation & risk management for experiential education programs in the region. The Regional Partnership Director will effectively solve problems through individual initiative; accurately communicate with the JUMP! Foundation’s multi-cultural and international client base; and contribute to the total efforts of a small, dedicated team.

KEY AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY: The Regional Partnership Director will have competence and flexibility in a variety of responsibilities, including but not limited to:

  • Directing JUMP! programs and partnerships in Canada.
  • Directing Educo Adventure School from April – August.
  • Oversight and Management of JUMP! Canada’s regional budget & financial systems.
  • Leading program design and curriculum development for multiple programs, including collaborating with Educators and other program stakeholders.
  • Managing the monitoring and evaluation for experiential education programs.
  • Management, mentorship, and professional development all JUMP! Canada team.
  • Managing Risk Assessment and Risk Management for JUMP! programs in Canada.
  • Supporting the organizational management of JUMP! Canada organizational entity.


  • 5+ years of management experience
  • 5+ years work experience in Experiential Education
  • Project management skills: experience in managing multiple programs of varying size with diverse objectives
  • Team management skills: experience managing and mentoring high performing program teams
  • Program design skills: experience in designing experiential education programs and curriculum objectives
  • Financial management skills: able to create and manage complex budgets and expense tracking systems and report on financial targets
  • Stakeholder management skills: ability to foster multiple relationships with diverse program stakeholders
  • Monitoring and evaluation skills: familiarity with monitoring and evaluation approaches for experiential education programs
  • Passion for working with youth
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite and Google products
  • WFR Certification or above
  • Master’s degree or equivalent experience


  • Program design skills: experience in designing experiential education programs and curriculum that integrate with international school curricula and frameworks (i.e. IB curriculum)
  • Monitoring and evaluation skills: extensive experience with monitoring and evaluation approaches for experiential education programs
  • Proficiency in Asana and/ or related project management platforms
  • Master’s degree in Education, Outdoor Education, Experiential Education, or a related field
  • Prior experience living and working abroad, in multi-cultural contexts
  • Experience designing, developing, and facilitating youth education programs
  • Familiarity with the International School system
  • Risk management skills: extensive experience in risk management process, including conducting risk assessments, developing safety standards and protocols, and training staff.

Reports to Executive Director


Applicants are expected to comply with the JUMP! Foundation’s Child Protection Policy. This includes:

  • Signing a personal declaration stating any criminal convictions, including spent convictions.
  • Providing the name and contact information of three references (at least two professional) they have known for no less than two years, excluding family members. These references must be included within the application form.

Successful candidates will be expected to comply with the following as a condition of employment:

  • Both acceptance of and commitment to our Child Protection Policy and Code of Conduct for working with children.
  • Submit a formal background check before employment gained from the candidate’s home country or more most recent country of residence. Withholding a criminal record will be grounds for immediate termination.

See JUMPs full Child Safeguarding Policy: Link to Policy

JUMP! is committed to employment equity. We encourage qualified applicants from members of minority groups, indigenous people, LGBTQ+ people, and all those with the knowledge, skills, and values to engage effectively with diverse communities. Life at JUMP is fast-paced and requires a high level of autonomy, an openness to extensive travel, and a varied workload.

To apply, please e-mail your resume and a brief covering letter to:
subject: Regional Partnership Director

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Current status: Open/apply now.   Date posted: Oct 13 2020    ID: 57688