Employment Opportunities

Executive Assistant to the President and CEO

The Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada (APF Canada) is looking for a highly organized, self-motivated Executive Assistant to support the President and CEO. By using your exceptional organizational and communication skills, you are responsible for managing the administrative and communication functions associated with the office of President and CEO. This includes preparing office correspondence, travel arrangements, scheduling and administrative concerns, maintaining necessary records, and liaising with the office of Vice-President, Operations and the office of Vice-President, Research and Programs, as well as other parts of the Foundation. The position is based in Vancouver, BC.

Major Responsibilities
• Providing confidential and executive support to the President and CEO;
• Acting as the administrative point of contact between the executives and internal/external clients;
• Supporting the President and CEO on daily administrative duties that include managing an active calendar of appointments; completing expense reports; composing and preparing correspondence; arranging complex and detailed travel plans, itineraries and agendas;
• Preparing the President and CEO for all meetings and events by organizing and printing materials in advance, preparing talking points and presentations;
• Facilitating flawless communication within the executive team by being proactive and thoroughly following up on all requests;
• Preparing reports, letters, agendas, concept notes and presentations for internal and external use, and providing planning and coordination support to the Foundations' projects;
• Supporting the President and CEO in his external commitments related to the Foundation, including service on external boards, committees and other groups.
• Supporting the President and CEO and the Vice-President, Operations on the planning of meetings of the Board, the Executive Team, Committees and associated working groups; including draft agendas, notifying members, arranging for meeting space and other requirements
• Recording and distributing minutes of the above meetings and overseeing administrative items identified, and ensuring follow up, project management and completion of board motions.
• Other duties as assigned in support of APF Canada.

Desired Skills and Abilities
• Superior organizational, time management and multi-tasking ability;
• A "team player" who is positive, proactive, personable and willing to pitch in as needed;
• Exceptionally detail orientated and organized;
• Displays tact, professionalism and is able to work with organizationally sensitive projects ensuring confidentiality;
• Excellent computer skills including proficiency in MS Office, PowerPoint and Excel. Good understanding of Adobe Acrobat Pro, and Raiser's Edge Database.

Education and Experience
• 5 plus years' relevant experience in a professional, fast-paced and deadline-driven environment;
• Undergraduate degree in related field degree such as, business administration or equivalent in related subject area. OR an equivalent combination of experience, education and training;
• Previous work experience in governments, think tanks, policy advocacy groups and organizational boards is an asset;
• Excellent English language and writing skills.

If you are interested in this position and have the required education and experience, please send a letter of interest, and CV in one document to Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada by email to jobs@asiapacific.ca not later than July 15th, 2018. Please include "Executive Assistant to President and CEO" in your subject line.
APF Canada is committed to employment equity practices and welcomes applications from all qualified candidates with the legal right to work in Canada. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Thank you.

Research Manager

The Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada (APF Canada) is looking for a Research Manager to serve as a deputy to the Vice President, Research and Programs, supporting the research, management and administration associated with research and programs. The manager is responsible for the day-to-day management of the research grant program and supports the Vice President in the day- to-day management of the research team. This position reports to the Vice-President, Research and Programs, and is based in Vancouver, BC.

Major Responsibilities
• Lead role on administration of grant program including assisting with the day-to-day management of the Distinguished Fellow, Post-Graduate Research Scholar(PGRS) and Junior Research Scholar(JRS) programs;
• Key role in providing quality control of work products, and designing and implementing a monitoring and evaluation program for Foundation initiatives;
• Assisting the Vice President with personnel management, work planning, budget oversight associated with the research and program team;
• Providing day-to-day coordination of the research team's contribution to events, proposal writing and executive speech-writing;
• Writing background materials, conduct briefings, lead consultations and assist in the building of partnerships related to the Foundation's research and program work;
• Other duties as required to meet the needs of the role in relation to organizational goals.

Desired Skills and Abilities
• Experience with policy research and/or policy making including grant management;
• Ability to master new subject areas quickly and comfort in working on a broad agenda;
• Strong project management and budgeting skills;
• Experience managing a small team;
• Excellent writing, editing and proof-reading skills;
• Has degree of Asia competence-i.e. is knowledgeable about public policy issues related to Canada-Asia relations;
• Strong interpersonal, intercultural and networking, presentation and communication skills;
• Has political acumen;
• Excellent working knowledge of MS Office including project management software;

Education and Experience
• MBA/Master Degree in related field such as Political Science, Public Policy, and Economics. PhD is desirable;
• Demonstrated experience of 7-10 years working in the not-for-profit, government or academic sector with a focus on applied developing and managing applied policy research
• Enjoys working in a non-competitive team environment with that values creativity and flexibility and intellectual entrepreneurship;
• Able to travel occasionally. Some evening and weekend work is required. Flexibility with regards to scheduling is expected;
• Must have excellent English language skills. Competency in French and an Asian language would be an asset.

If you are interested in this position and have the required education and experience, please send a letter of interest, and CV in one document to Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada by email to jobs@asiapacific.ca not later than July 15th, 2018. Please include 'Research Manager' in your subject line.
APF Canada is committed to employment equity practices and welcomes applications from all qualified candidates with the legal right to work in Canada. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Thank you.

Call for Proposals: Event Partner for "MSME Training Session" for Micro, Small, and Medium Entrepreneurs (MSMEs) in the Philippines (APEC-Canada Growing Business Partnership)

The Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada (APF Canada) is a not-for-profit organization focused on Canada's relations with Asia. Our mission is to be Canada's catalyst for engagement with Asia and Asia's bridge to Canada. APF Canada is dedicated to strengthening ties between Canada and Asia with a focus on expanding economic relations through trade, investment and innovation; promoting Canada's expertise in offering solutions to Asia's climate change, energy, food security and natural resource management challenges; building Asia skills and competencies among Canadians, including young Canadians; and, improving Canadians' general understanding of Asia and its growing global influence.

APF Canada is currently implementing the APEC-Canada Growing Business Partnership (the Project) that is funded by Global Affairs Canada (GAC). The ultimate outcome of the Project is to build the potential of micro-, small, and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) in developing Asia Pacific Economic Co-operation (APEC) economies to foster sustainable economic growth and poverty reduction. To that end, APF Canada would like to contract with a qualified and experienced organization to partner for a one-day "MSME Training Session" focusing on market access issues entrepreneurs and founders face that will be held in the Philippines in October/November 2018 (TBD).

Please note that proposals are due on July 31 2018.

Background

The Project will take place over four years beginning September 8, 2016 and ending August 30, 2020. The countries supported in this initiative include all APEC developing economies, but specifically target Indonesia, Peru, the Philippines and Vietnam. The focus areas of the Project address key challenges faced by MSMEs and aspiring entrepreneurs from APEC developing economies in the key areas of human capital, social entrepreneurship, market access and technology and innovation, with the cross-cutting themes of gender, youth and environmental sustainability.

APF Canada will be responsible for delivering and disseminating relevant and timely policy research and practical tools that can help beneficiaries – MSMEs and aspiring entrepreneurs from APEC developing economies – and intermediaries – policy makers from APEC developing economies. This will be achieved through the development of several project outputs, including four MSME training sessions over four years

Description of the Training Session and Scope of Work

The purpose of the "MSME Training Session" is to introduce relevant Canadian best practices through presentations by Canadian trainers (provided by APF Canada) on MSME business development in the area of market access to MSMEs in APEC developing economies, focusing on the Philippines. The training session will include a module that will launch an online toolkit (developed by APF Canada) and train MSMEs on its use.

Topics covered must include gender, youth and environmental sustainability components. Working with APF Canada to further conceptualize set-up of the training session is a critical component of the scope of work. The training session will primarily build on APF Canada's 'MSME Human Capital Toolkit,' but will also incorporate other materials including research papers, surveys, and workshops.

The primary language of instruction for the training session will be English.

Scope of the Work

The successful organization will be responsible for the following services:

• Work with APF Canada to further conceptualize set-up of the training session to ensure it fills any critical knowledge gaps in the APEC developing economy region and attracts participants;
• Develop an invitation to the training event, send the invitation to a network of MSMEs in the Philippines, collect RSVPs, provide registration desk at event, and advertise the event widely through existing networks (all with APF Canada oversight);
• Organize and book a venue that can host 100+ participants, including catering, audio visual need, a note taker, photography, and live streaming capabilities.
• Work with APF Canada to develop and organize accompanying training materials, including but not limited to participant guide, trainer guide, PowerPoint slides, etc.; and
• Deliver the one-day training session in English, as well as collect feedback from participants through a survey provided by APF Canada

Audience: 100+ primarily Indonesian micro-, small-, and medium-sized businesses, of which 50% are women-owned enterprises, 50% are young entrepreneurs (defined as aged 35 and under), and 25% micro-enterprises. [1]

Schedule and Timeline

July 31, 2018: Deadline for submission of proposals
August 24, 2018: Appointment of consultant
August 27, 2018: First meeting with APF Canada
September 3, 2018: Initial development for the training sessions – venue/catering/set-up
September 14, 2018: Confirmation of event bookings and advertising/invitation plan
October/November 2018: Delivery of one-day "MSME Training Session

Budget

The total budget cannot exceed C$ 15,000 for the work as described in the scope of services.

APF Canada will make three payment installments – 20% at the start of the consultancy, 40% at the mid-point of the consultancy, and the remaining 40% upon successful completion of consultancy deliverables.

Please include a detailed budget in submission that includes the approximate costs for:
1) Venue (if applicable) 2) Catering 3) Interpretation services 4) Audio Visual services 5) Advertising 6) Staff Time

Content of Submission

Each proposal must include:
• Name of project
• Name of organization making the proposal
• Contact information for the Proponent including: address, phone number, email address, website URL (if applicable)
• Experience and qualification of individual or individuals who will be involved in the project.
• A Work Plan that includes a schedule of project tasks, milestones, sequence of tasks and details concerning implementation and completion dates for each tasks.
• A Detailed Cost Estimate identifying the level of effort and costs associated with the proposed Work Plan
Note: APF Canada is a non-profit research institute. It seeks to obtain the best value for research services provided, and will select the successful bidder on this basis.

Instructions for Proposal Submission

• Proposal must address the requirements listed in the Scope of Work section;
• Proposals may address additional services and/or considerations not specifically referenced in the RFP and may be of potential benefit to the Project;
• Questions regarding the RFP are to be submitted by email only to alisha.clancy@asiapacfic.ca for the APEC-Canada Growing Business Partnership at alisha.clancy@asiapacific.ca. Emails must contain "RFP – MSME Training Session' in the subject line.
• Information shared with a vendor for the purpose of this proposal is confidential.
• The deadline for the submission of the proposal will be on 11.59pm PST July 31st 2018 (PT).

Other Conditions

• APF Canada reserves the rights to negotiate with selected bidders.
• APF Canada reserves the right to waive irregularities and reject any or all bids.
• APF Canada reserves the right to make no award or announce the cancellation of the process at any times.
• All liabilities for the cost of the proposal preparation is the responsibility of the bidder.

[1] There will be overlaps between the women-owned enterprises, young entrepreneurs and micro-enterprise categories.

Call for Proposals: Event Partner for "MSME Training Session" for Micro, Small, and Medium Entrepreneurs (MSMEs) in Indonesia (APEC-Canada Growing Business Partnership)

The Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada (APF Canada) is a not-for-profit organization focused on Canada's relations with Asia. Our mission is to be Canada's catalyst for engagement with Asia and Asia's bridge to Canada. APF Canada is dedicated to strengthening ties between Canada and Asia with a focus on expanding economic relations through trade, investment and innovation; promoting Canada's expertise in offering solutions to Asia's climate change, energy, food security and natural resource management challenges; building Asia skills and competencies among Canadians, including young Canadians; and, improving Canadians' general understanding of Asia and its growing global influence.

APF Canada is currently implementing the APEC-Canada Growing Business Partnership (the Project) that is funded by Global Affairs Canada (GAC). The ultimate outcome of the Project is to build the potential of micro-, small, and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) in developing Asia Pacific Economic Co-operation (APEC) economies to foster sustainable economic growth and poverty reduction. To that end, APF Canada would like to contract with a qualified and experienced organization to partner for a one-day "MSME Training Session" focusing on human capital issues entrepreneurs and founders face that will be held in Indonesia in November 2018.

Please note that proposals are due on July 31 2018.

Background

The Project will take place over four years beginning September 8, 2016 and ending August 30, 2020. The countries supported in this initiative include all APEC developing economies, but specifically target Indonesia, Peru, the Philippines and Vietnam. The focus areas of the Project address key challenges faced by MSMEs and aspiring entrepreneurs from APEC developing economies in the key areas of human capital, social entrepreneurship, market access and technology and innovation, with the cross-cutting themes of gender, youth and environmental sustainability.

APF Canada will be responsible for delivering and disseminating relevant and timely policy research and practical tools that can help beneficiaries – MSMEs and aspiring entrepreneurs from APEC developing economies – and intermediaries – policy makers from APEC developing economies. This will be achieved through the development of several project outputs, including four MSME training sessions over four years

Description of the Training Session and Scope of Work

The purpose of the "MSME Training Session" is to introduce relevant Canadian best practices through presentations by Canadian trainers (provided by APF Canada) on MSME business development in the area of human capital to MSMEs in APEC developing economies, focusing on Indonesia. The training session will include a module that will launch an online toolkit (developed by APF Canada) and train MSMEs on its use.

Topics covered must include gender, youth and environmental sustainability components. Working with APF Canada to further conceptualize set-up of the training session is a critical component of the scope of work. The training session will primarily build on APF Canada's 'MSME Human Capital Toolkit,' but will also incorporate other materials including research papers, surveys, and workshops.

The primary language of instruction for the training session will be English and Bahasa. The host will coordinate providing interpretation services for participants at the chosen venue.

Scope of the Work

The successful organization will be responsible for the following services:

• Work with APF Canada to further conceptualize set-up of the training session to ensure it fills any critical knowledge gaps in the APEC developing economy region and attracts participants;
• Develop an invitation to the training event, send the invitation to a network of MSMEs in Indonesia, collect RSVPs, provide registration desk at event, and advertise the event widely through existing networks (all with APF Canada oversight);
• Organize and book a venue that can host 100+ participants, including catering, audio visual need, live interpretation services, a note taker, photography, and live streaming capabilities.
• Work with APF Canada to develop and organize accompanying training materials, including but not limited to participant guide, trainer guide, PowerPoint slides, etc.; and
• Deliver the one-day training session in English and Bahasa, as well as collect feedback from participants through a survey provided by APF Canada

Audience: 100+ primarily Indonesian micro-, small-, and medium-sized businesses, of which 50% are women-owned enterprises, 50% are young entrepreneurs (defined as aged 35 and under), and 25% micro-enterprises. [1]

Schedule and Timeline

July 31, 2018: Deadline for submission of proposals
August 24, 2018: Appointment of consultant
August 27, 2018: First meeting with APF Canada
September 3, 2018: Initial development for the training sessions – venue/catering/set-up
September 14, 2018: Confirmation of event bookings and advertising/invitation plan
November 2018: Delivery of one-day "MSME Training Session"

Budget

The total budget cannot exceed C$ 20,000 for the work as described in the scope of services.

APF Canada will make three payment installments – 20% at the start of the consultancy, 40% at the mid-point of the consultancy, and the remaining 40% upon successful completion of consultancy deliverables.

Please include a detailed budget in submission that includes the approximate costs for:
1) Venue (if applicable) 2) Catering 3) Interpretation services 4) Audio Visual services 5) Advertising 6) Staff Time

Content of Submission

Each proposal must include:

• Name of project
• Name of organization making the proposal
• Contact information for the Proponent including: Address, Phone number, Email address, Website URL (if applicable)
• Experience and qualification of individual or individuals who will be involved in the project.
• A Work Plan that includes a schedule of project tasks, milestones, sequence of tasks and details concerning implementation and completion dates for each tasks.
• A Detailed Cost Estimate identifying the level of effort and costs associated with the proposed Work Plan

Note: APF Canada is a non-profit research institute. It seeks to obtain the best value for research services provided, and will select the successful bidder on this basis.

Instructions for Proposal Submission

• Proposal must address the requirements listed in the Scope of Work section;
• Proposals may address additional services and/or considerations not specifically referenced in the RFP and may be of potential benefit to the Project;
• Questions regarding the RFP are to be submitted by email only to alisha.clancy@asiapacfic.ca for the APEC-Canada Growing Business Partnership at alisha.clancy@asiapacific.ca. Emails must contain "RFP – MSME Training Session' in the subject line.
• Information shared with a vendor for the purpose of this proposal is confidential.
• The deadline for the submission of the proposal will be on 11:59pm PST July 31st 2018 (PT).

Other Conditions

• APF Canada reserves the rights to negotiate with selected bidders.
• APF Canada reserves the right to waive irregularities and reject any or all bids.
• APF Canada reserves the right to make no award or announce the cancellation of the process at any times.
• All liabilities for the cost of the proposal preparation is the responsibility of the bidder.

[1] There will be overlaps between the women-owned enterprises, young entrepreneurs and micro-enterprise categories

Junior Research Fellowship Call for Applications: China Eco-City Tracker

The Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada (APF Canada) is committed to fostering the next generation of Asia Pacific researchers and practitioners. To this end, it is offering a 3-month Junior Research Fellowship for applicants interested in learning more about Canada's engagement with China with regards to environment policy issues. Applicants should be currently enrolled in an upper-level undergraduate or masters-level program, or who have completed their degree programs within the previous 12 months. The successful applicant will be notified by the end of July.

The Fellow will work at the Foundation's Vancouver office and will complete work related to the Foundation's China Eco-City Tracker project.

Preferred qualifications:
• Interest and/or experience in data visualization using Tableau;
• Fluency in Mandarin;
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office software (including strong MS Excel skills);
• Experience in research related statistics gathering and analysis;
• Excellent quantitative and qualitative research skills;
• Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing; and
• Demonstrated interest in contemporary Canada-Asia relations, including policy and trade issues.

Benefits to the Fellow
The Fellow will work under the mentorship of one or more of the Foundation's program managers, and will engage in the following activities:
• Gather, sort and analyze environmental statistics for the China Eco-City Tracker;
• Design Tableau page to demonstrate China's environmental data at city level;
• Conduct other research related to Canada China environmental relations;
• Other duties, as needed.

Eligibility
Applicants should be currently enrolled in an upper-level undergraduate or masters-level program, or who have completed their degree programs within the previous 12 months.

The successful applicant will be encouraged to work out of the Foundation's head office in downtown Vancouver and be willing to contribute 37.5 hours during regular office hours (Monday to Friday, 9:00am-5:00pm). There is some flexibility with regards to hours and fellowship term length. The student will not be required to work on statutory holidays.

Compensation
The Junior Research Fellowship grant will be for $8,400. The grant will be paid in 2 equal installments: one installment upon signing the agreement, and the second installment upon completion of the fellowship.

Start/End Dates
The successful applicant should be able to complete the fellowship for 3 months, from July 30 to October 19, 2018.

Application Procedures
Applications should include the following:
• Résumé detailing the applicant's academic background (degree, major(s), awards, etc.), research skills, and professional experience;
• 1-page cover letter detailing the applicant's research interests, career interests and goals, how they hope to benefit from the fellowship, and why they are interested in working in the thematic area specified in the call for applications;
• A short writing sample (no more than 15 pages double-spaced in English);
• Copy of applicant's university transcript (scanned or electronic copies are acceptable);
• Name, title and contact information (email and phone number) for one academic or professional reference. References will be contacted only if the applicant is short-listed for the fellowship.

Applications should be submitted by email to Serena Ko at serena.ko@asiapacific.ca, and should reference "Junior Research Fellowship – China Eco-City Tracker" in the subject line.

Applications are accepted in English and French. The deadline to submit an application is July 13, 2018 (Friday) at 11:59pm (PDT).

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

Junior Research Fellowship Call for Applications: Asia Pacific-Canada Indigenous Peoples Relations

The Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada (APF Canada) is committed to fostering the next generation of Asia Pacific researchers and practitioners. To this end, it is offering a 2-month Junior Research Fellowship for applicants with a background and interest in Indigenous – Asia Pacific business relations. Applicants should be Canadian citizens or permanent residents who are currently enrolled in an upper-level undergraduate or masters-level program, or who have completed their degree programs within the previous 12 months, and able to work full-time for the duration of the fellowship. The successful applicant will be notified in July.

The Fellow will work at the Foundation's Vancouver office and will complete work related to the Foundation's "The Indigenous Factor of Canada-Asia Relations" project.

Successful applicants will have the following qualifications:
• Declared major or coursework in one of the following fields: Asian Studies, Indigenous Studies, International Relations, Political Science, History, Economics, or Commerce;
• Proven intercultural awareness;
• Familiarity with and knowledge of contemporary Indigenous Canada;
• Experience working with Indigenous organizations, communities, and/or businesses;
• Demonstrated interest in contemporary Canada-Asia relations, including policy, business, trade and education issues;
• Excellent quantitative and qualitative research skills; and
• Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing.

Benefits to the Fellow
The Fellow will work under the mentorship of one or more of the Foundation's program managers, and will engage in the following activities:

• Gathering, sorting and analyzing data related to Canada Indigenous – Asia Pacific relations;
• Developing a feasibility study, strategy, and/or materials focused on Indigenous – Asia Pacific relations related programming;
• Working under the guidance of the Foundation's program team to develop one project, event, blog, or other deliverable related to Indigenous-Asia Pacific relations among youth or businesses;
• Other duties, as needed.

Eligibility
Applicants should be currently enrolled as an undergraduate student at a Canadian university or college and be eligible to work in Canada through participation in a co-op or other approved internship program.

The successful applicant will be encouraged to work out of the Foundation's head office in downtown Vancouver and be willing to contribute 37.5 hours per week during regular office hours (Monday to Friday, 9:00am-5:00pm). The student will not be required to work on statutory holidays.

Compensation
The Junior Research Fellowship grant will be for C$5,600. The grant will be paid in 2 equal installments of $2,800 at the end of each month.

Start/End Dates
The successful applicant should be able to complete the fellowship for 8 weeks, from July 16 to September 7, 2018.

Application Procedures
Applications should include the following:
• Résumé detailing the applicant's academic background (degree, major(s), awards, etc.), research skills, and professional experience;
• 1-page cover letter detailing the applicant's research interests, career interests and goals, how they hope to benefit from the fellowship, and why they are interested in working in the thematic area specified in the call for applications;
• A short writing sample (no more than 15 pages double-spaced in English);
• Copy of applicant's university transcript (scanned or electronic copies are acceptable);
• Name, title and contact information (email and phone number) for one academic or professional reference. References will be contacted only if the applicant is short-listed for the fellowship.

Applications should be submitted by email to Serena Ko at serena.ko@asiapacific.ca, and should reference "Junior Research Fellowship – Asia-Indigenous Relations" in the subject line.

Applications are accepted in English and French. The deadline to submit an application is July 13th, 2018 (Friday) at 11:59pm (PDT).

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

HR and Office Manager

The Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada (APF Canada) is searching for an HR and Office Manager to join our team. By using your exceptional organizational and communication skills, you are responsible for managing the office administration, and HR functions associated with the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada. The position is reporting to the Vice-President, Operations and is based in Vancouver, BC.

Major Responsibilities
• Supporting the Vice President, Operations on office administration, and human resources management;
• Managing the overall general office administration which include coordinates the leasing, purchasing of various office equipment including: computer systems, telephones, photocopiers, and office furniture;
• Supporting the Foundation human resource needs which include but not limited to recruiting staff, preparing offer letters, conducting performance evaluation, and maintaining up-to-date employee handbook;
• Oversees the Foundation's IT needs, coordinate with IT consultant for new purchases, existing hardware and software upgrade, quotation review, inventory report
• Other duties as assigned in support of APF Canada.

Desired Skills and Abilities
• Excellent computer skills including proficiency in MS Office;
• Superior organizational, time management and multi-tasking ability;
• A "team player" who is positive, proactive, personable and willing to pitch in as needed;
• Proven experience in HR Management;
• Proven experience in office administrative management;
• Exceptionally detail orientated and organized;
• Displays tact, professionalism and is able to work with organizationally sensitive projects ensuring confidentiality
• Excellent English writing skill.

Education and Experience
• 3-5 years of human resources and office administration experience;
• Master or undergraduate degree in related field degree; or an equivalent combination of experience, education and training
• Previous work experience in governments, think tanks, and policy advocacy groups is an asset.

If you are interested in this position and have the required education and experience, please send a letter of interest, and CV in one document to Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada by email to jobs@asiapacific.ca not later than July 15th, 2018. Please include "HR and Office Manager" in your subject line.
APF Canada is committed to employment equity practices and welcomes applications from all qualified candidates with the legal right to work in Canada. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Thank you.

 

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