We believe in the value and values of mentoring.”


Employment opportunities will be posted here.

Assistant Mentoring Coordinator

The Assistant Mentoring Coordinator will provide casework management in accordance with the National Standards set out by Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada. S/he will be responsible for providing assistance to a Mentoring Coordinator in matching volunteer mentors with children and youth, and to monitor those matches to ensure the healthy development of the relationships.


The Assistant Mentoring Coordinator will work within the guidelines, policies and mission of the Agency and will be accountable and responsible for specific projects as assigned.


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Volunteer Board Opportunity

At Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orillia & District, it is our mission to promote the healthy development of the children and youth of our community through a variety of quality mentoring programs. We are committed to the recruitment of volunteers dedicated to upholding the values and principles of the organization and to those we serve. In all endeavors, we will act with integrity and create an environment that encourages teamwork and respect.

We are seeking individuals with demonstrated leadership skills and a strong commitment to the community, who are positive about the mission, insightful, proactive and can combine service and dedication to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orillia.  As a member of our skill-based Board of Directors, you will enjoy a collegial culture and work closely with other highly committed and qualified volunteer directors.

Our agency is a not for profit charitable organization and all Board positions are volunteer.  Board members typically commit three to five hours per month, attending monthly board meetings as well as regularly participating in Big Brothers Big Sisters events and services. Their duties include:

  • governance and oversight of the agency
  • community advocacy
  • fiscal stability and financial accountability
  • financial supporter and/or contributor to each of the agency’s major fundraising events
  • ensuring legal and ethical integrity
  • succession planning and nomination process of the Board of Directors.
  • being informed about BBBSO’s programs, policies and services
  • successfully completing a Police Clearance and an annual Offence Declaration Statement

Interested candidates can forward their information to Executive Director James Maxwell at james.maxwell@bigbrothersbigsisters.ca.  Information about our agency can be found at www.bbbsorillia.ca or feel free to contact our office at 705-325-3151 x222.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orillia & District is a registered charity recognized through the Canadian Revenue Agency – CRA# 10780 3546 RR0001.  For more information, please feel free to visit www.cra-arc.gc.ca and search for our agency under charity search.

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