Professional Development

Call for Coaching Internship Program Applications for 2016

Coaching@UBC is accepting applications for the 2016 intake for the Coaching Internship Program. Successful candidates will receive funding towards the completion of an ICF Accredited Coach Training Program. Funding is negotiated based on funds available, so the amount and number of awards vary annually. Awards for this round of Coach Intern recipients will be paid out during the fiscal year beginning April 1, 2016 to March 31, 2017.

Please visit our Coaching InternshipProgram page for full details and application documents. The application deadline is Jan. 31, 2016.

To find out more about Coaching or to sign up for individual coaching, visit http://www.hr.ubc.ca/coaching.

2013 United Way Loaned Representative Opportunities

2013 United Way Loaned Representative Opportunities

Participate in a truly unique professional development opportunity while giving back to your community as a United Way Loaned Representative. Learn valuable new skills during a fun, action-packed 16-week period in the fall and help United Way raise funds to support over 500 programs and initiatives across the Lower Mainland.

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Each year, two UBC staff members are ‘loaned’ to the United Way, serving as an extension of United Way staff by acting as full-time resources to Employee Campaign Coordinators and committees at UBC and in various workplaces across the Lower Mainland. Successful candidates receive training from United Way and work on the campaign from late August to mid-December. Reps assist primarily with the UBC United Way Community Campaign and may also work on other campaigns in the Lower Mainland.

Eligibility

All full-time, continuing staff are eligible. During the loan period, UBC staff continue to receive full salary and benefits but are relieved of their regular job responsibilities.

More Information and How to Apply

  1. Check out the Loaned Rep posting, which will be on UBC Staff Careers (https://www.auth.cwl.ubc.ca/auth/login?serviceName=pssslogin) until March 19, and submit your resume. The Job ID # is 15033.
  2. Visit the UBC Community United Way website http://www.unitedway.ubc.ca/get-involved/become-a-loaned-representative/ and watch the video with Dave Needham, a 2010 Loaned Rep.
  3. For UBC staff perspectives on this opportunity, you may contact former Loaned Reps:
    Roger Ling, Arts Co-op, 604 822-0235
    Dave Needham, Building Operations, 604.992.4909
    Joel Kobylka, Enrolment Services, 604.822.8307
    Debra Elliott, Conferences & Accommodations 604.822.1013
    Kevin Morris, Building Operations, 778.689.2492
    Weldon Wong, UBC Bookstore, 778.846.2601
    Jorge Villanueva, Finance, 604.822.8612
    Carolyn Kelly, IT, 778.869.4440

Questions?

Information sessions will be held March 13 and 14; visit www.unitedway.ubc.ca for details.

Please contact Shagufta Pasta, UBC Community United Way Campaign Coordinator (604.822.8929 or united.way@ubc.ca).

UBC United Way Loaned Representative Applications Invited

UBC United Way Loaned Representative Applications Invited

Participate in a truly unique professional development opportunity and give back to your community!

United Way Loaned Representative positions are paid, four-month secondments for staff (Vancouver), enabling you to contribute to community building and fundraising while being temporarily relieved of your regular work responsibilities. Learn valuable new skills during a fun, action-packed 16-week period in the fall and help United Way raise funds to support over 500 programs and initiatives across the Lower Mainland. Applications for the 2012 program are invited until Monday, July 23.

Learn more about the Loaned Rep Program