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HR Intake Coordinator

Can be completed remotely


About the Role

Meagan Bebenek Foundation a registered Canadian charity focused on creating a world where no children suffer from brain tumours. We are seeking a HR Intake Coordinator in a volunteer capacity to work alongside our Director of Operations and Office Manager to recruit and onboard volunteers to the organization.

The successful candidate will be an enthusiastic and results driven individual passionate about bringing people together to make a difference in the community. They will be familiar with interview practices and be comfortable working flexible hours.

This is an exciting opportunity for someone looking to apply the concepts acquired in the classroom and gain invaluable working experience.


Tasks & Responsibilities: 

  • Work in partnership with the Director of Operations and Volunteer Team Leads to define hiring needs and lead recruitment efforts

  • Assist in the creation of job descriptions outlining key responsibilities and required skills for each role

  • Work closely with the Communications team to ensure all vacancies are identified on the website

  • Screen volunteer applicants confirming alignment with the role expectations and required skill sets

  • Oversee the orientation process equipping volunteers with the information and tools to be successful

  • Actively seek new avenues for expanding and retaining volunteer bases

Time Commitment:

  • 7 to 10 hours / month

Interested candidates should send their resume to

About the Company

Since 2001 Meagan Bebenek Foundation (previously Meagan’s HUG) has raised over $6 million for ground-breaking research and is having global impact on the care of and outcomes for young brain tumour patients and families around the world. Meagan Bebenek Foundation is a registered Canadian charity focused on creating a world where no children suffer from brain tumours.

Volunteers are critical to the success of MBF. When you volunteer with MBF you join an enthusiastic team dedicated to making a meaningful difference to the lives of children and families affected by paediatric brain tumours. You have an opportunity to give back to the community, share and develop your talents, learn new skills and meet new people in a supportive, inclusive and welcoming environment.

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