Sector Opportunities

Sector Opportunities

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Position: Program Manager, Hazelwood Hotel (Indeterminate, Full Time)

Compensation: Competitive salary, depending upon experience (with full benefits package and pension)

Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. with on-call responsibilities

Location: Vancouver

Closing Date: Until Filled

About Us:

Atira Property Management Inc. offers quality property management services for non-profit housing, housing cooperatives, strata corporations, developers and rental properties in the Greater Vancouver area, as well as manages more than 20 supportive housing programs. As one of the first mission-driven companies of its kind in Canada, Atira Property Management is a social-purpose business that grew out of Atira Women’s Resource Society, a women’s anti-violence organization dedicated to supporting women and children affected by violence, and we continue to expand our programs and services.

The Opportunity:

We are offering an exciting opportunity to become part of a passionately dedicated and skilled group of people who provide an accountable and professional yet politically driven service to people marginalized by their struggles with substance use, mental wellness, trauma, poverty and homelessness. Reporting to the Director, Supportive Housing Programs the Program Manager at The Hazelwood Hotel will supervise and support front line and custodial staff, as well as ensure effective program/service delivery consistent with Atira’s mandate, philosophy and policies, as well as our legal, contractual, budgetary and other requirements; and develop long-range program plans that meet Atira’s goals and objectives.

About You:

You hold a degree in social work, social services, public health or a related field, supplemented with one – three years’ relevant experience working as a front-line support worker and one – three years’ related progressive supervisory and management experience in a similar-sized program and environment or; a diploma or certificate in a relevant field, with three – five years’ experience working as a front-line support worker, supplemented with one – three years’ recent, related progressive supervisory and management experience in a similar-sized program and environment. You articulate and promote the mission, vision and values of Atira and create positive working relationships with all stakeholders necessary to achieve Atira’s objectives. You have lived experience that on some level reflects the lived experience of the people who live at The Hazelwood Hotel. As a well-organized and strong leader, your communication skills are impeccable and you are a skilled team player.

·         Select, orient, support and supervise program staff

·         Liaise and build relationships with other organizations in the community

·         Perform on call duties and respond to program emergencies including after hours and on weekends

·         Attend community meetings and fundraising events

·         Collect rent, maintain current and complete tenant files, and keep an accurate and up-to-date rent roll

·         Meet the annual budget

·         Compile and submit consistently accurate payroll by deadline

·         Keep accurate records, files, log notes and statistical information per practice/policy; and

·         Provide one-to-one and group support to women in the program, including ex-residents

You question actions inconsistent with Atira’s values and you treat everyone with fairness and respect, independent of their status or disagreement with you. You hire great people and expect great things from them. You inspire others with your eagerness for excellence. You create an environment where people can flourish and grow and you seek what is best for Atira and the people we serve, rather than what’s best for you and or your team. You challenge the status quo to improve quality and sustainability and you take smart risks and make tough decisions without agonizing.

Additional Requisites

·         A valid First Aid Certificate is required

·         Non-Violent Crisis Intervention certification is required

·         Food Safe Certificate is required

·         Ability to fulfill the physical demands of the job.

All positions are subject to a criminal records review.

Please apply online through following website.

The Opportunity

Do you have strong interpersonal skills and enjoy building relationships?  Do you desire to show the love of Jesus, intentionally connecting with our DTES community members by listening, praying and providing hope?  Are you adaptable, client-centered, collaborative, and service-oriented?  Then we may have an opportunity for you.  We are looking for on-call Ministry Support Workers on our Hastings Chaplaincy and Outreach team.  This position involves ministering to the men and women living in the neighbourhood of the Hastings facility.  The job may include making referrals for housing, clothing, shelter, recovery and a wide variety of other duties as needed by the individuals we serve.

You will frequently deal with clients in crisis situations, brought about by diverse problems.  There will be other staff nearby to assist as required.

This is an auxiliary, on-call position.  For a copy of the full job description, click on the “Download Job Description” button on the left panel of this page.

Who We Are

Demonstrating the love of Christ, UGM feeds hope and changes lives through a faith-based continuum of care.  We are a proud member of the Canadian Council of Christian Charities and have earned the Best Christian Workplace award again in 2019.  A focus on employee resilience, support for professional development, engagement in meaningful work, and a fun and caring environment are all part of being a member of the UGM team.

What You’ll Need

If you are considering employment with UGM, you must:

  • be legally entitled to work in Canada
  • be able to demonstrate compatibility with our Core Values
  • agree with our Statement of Faith
  • provide a current criminal record check that includes a vulnerable sector search
  • possess a valid, unrestricted driver’s license and submit a current driver’s abstract.

How to Apply

To submit your cover letter and résumé by January 19, 2020, click on the “Apply for this position” button on the webpage here.  If you have questions about this posting, please contact Corrina Stasich, Human Resources Advisor, at 604 215 5430.

We welcome applications from all qualified individuals, and are especially—but not only—interested in applications from Aboriginal individuals.

For more information please visit Jobs at UGM website.

The Opportunity

Do you enjoy building relationships?  Do you desire to show the love of Jesus, intentionally connecting with our DTES community members by listening, praying and providing hope?  Are you adaptable, client-centered, collaborative, and service-oriented?  Then we may have an opportunity for you.  We are looking for Outreach Workers on our Hastings Chaplaincy and Outreach team.  The Outreach Worker position involves ministering to the men and women living in the neighbourhood of the Hastings facility. The job may include making referrals for housing, clothing, shelter, recovery and a wide variety of other duties as needed by the individuals we serve.  The work will be based out of the Hastings facility; from time to time the Outreach Worker will assist Outreach at other locations.

You will frequently deal with clients in crisis situations, brought about by diverse problems.  There will be other staff nearby to assist as required.

There are two permanent, full-time positions available. One of these positions will have a fixed Thursday-Monday schedule, with 7.5 hours shifts that fall between 10 am and 9:30 pm. The other position has two fixed shifts per week: on Saturdays and Sundays, from 6am to 2pm, and has 3 other weekly shifts scheduled sometime between 6am and 12pm, Monday-Friday, depending on our needs.  For a copy of the full job description, click on the “Download Job Description” button on the left panel of this page.

Who We Are

Demonstrating the love of Christ, UGM feeds hope and changes lives through a faith-based continuum of care. We are a proud member of the Canadian Council of Christian Charities and have earned the Best Christian Workplace award again in 2019. We provide competitive salaries, generous vacation and sick leave, an RRSP matching program, as well as the potential for educational assistance. In addition our extensive benefits plan is fully employer-paid and includes extended dental and medical, as well as $4,500 per year in pooled para-medical expenses. A focus on employee resilience, support for professional development, engagement in meaningful work, and a fun and caring environment are all part of being a member of the UGM team.  If you are someone who desires to learn and grow, has a passion to serve and make a difference, and connects with others with both humility and humour, then you will be a great fit at UGM.

What You’ll Need

If you are considering employment with UGM, you must:

  • be legally entitled to work in Canada
  • be able to demonstrate compatibility with our Core Values
  • agree with our Statement of Faith
  • provide a current criminal record check that includes a vulnerable sector search
  • possess a valid, unrestricted driver’s license and submit a current driver’s abstract.

How to Apply

To submit your cover letter and résumé by December 11, 2019, click on the “Apply for this position” button on the webpage here.  If you have questions about this posting, please contact Corrina Stasich, Human Resources Advisor, at 604 215 5430.

We welcome applications from all qualified individuals, and are especially—but not only—interested in applications from Aboriginal individuals.

For more information please visit Jobs at UGM website.