Category: Job Openings

05 Sep 2017

P. Winter Management Services seeks Co-operative Co-ordinator

P.Winter Management Services is looking to hire a part-time (4 days per week) staff person to work with one or two non-profit housing co-operatives in Ottawa, beginning as soon as possible.

The co-ordinator will work on-site for one or more housing co-operatives or non-profits, providing day-to-day services to the co-operative’s members and its board of directors.

The successful applicant will:

  • have a good understanding of property management
  • have a general knowledge of co-op and non-profit housing
  • have an excellent understanding of finances and financial statements
  • have effective oral and written communication skills
  • be able to work independently and prioritize work
  • have an excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office
  • have experience working with volunteers

Ability to work in French and/or Spanish an advantage.

Some evening work will be required.  Salary commensurate with experience.

If interested, please e-mail your résumé to Penelope Winter (p_winter@rogers.com) by September 15, 2017.

24 Aug 2017

Ottawa Salus seeks Residential Worker

JOB POSTING
Ottawa Salus Corporation

POSITION TITLE: RESIDENTIAL WORKER
DATE OF POSTING: August 23, 2017
DATE OF CLOSING: Until position is filled

POSITION TYPE:

  • Casual relief
  • Unionized positions

LOCATION: Grove Transitional Rehabilitation Home

PURPOSE:
The residential worker at the TRHP is responsible for the provision of client-centred support and rehabilitation in a residential setting that will foster a higher level of independent functioning for persons with a severe and persistent mental illness. The clientele are 10 adults (Male) leaving the Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre with community disposition orders. The worker will provide life skills teaching, basic counselling and early identification of changes in resident’s health status. Using psychosocial rehabilitation interventions, the worker will support the client in achieving there recovery goals. At a group level, he/she organizes group activities/outings, offers group advocacy, and provides support for meal planning and household chores.

SUMMARY:

  • Responsible for the provision of client-centered support and rehabilitation in a residential setting.
  • Provides life skills teaching, basic counseling and early identification of changes in resident’s health status.
  • Supporting client’s achieving their recovery plan
  • Encourages recreation/leisure activities

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s degree in the social sciences
  • Experience in working with adults recovering from psychiatric illness.
  • Experience working in a residential setting is an asset
  • Experience in supportive counseling and crisis intervention to adults recovering from mental illness.
  • Flexibility re: work schedule and willingness to work evenings, weekend and night shifts, availability during holiday and vacation periods
  • Training in CPR, CPI, ASIST, Psychiatric rehabilitation, Concurrent Disorders, ASL and LSQ is an asset

LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT:

  • Bilingualism in French and English is an asset
  • Fluency in additional languages is also an asset

PRE HIRING REQUIREMENT

  • Academic certificate
  • Criminal reference check
  • Availability to work weekends and occasional overnight shifts (10:30pm-8:30am).

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Under the supervision of the Program Manager and/or his/her delegate:
  • Provide supportive counseling and/or crisis intervention to client/tenants whenever necessary.
  • Some teaching of life skills e.g. cleaning, cooking, etc.
  • Outings with clients for recreation, appointments, etc.
  • Be knowledgeable and up-to-date on all policies and procedures pertaining to emergency and crisis situations.
  • Document as needed in communication book, incident reports, computer, etc.
  • Supports clients in their medication regimes
  • Follow the supervision and monitoring guidelines (example: curfew checks)

KEY RELATIONSHIPS
Direct supervisor
Residential coordinator

SUITABILITY, KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS PROFILE:

SUITABILITY FACTORS:

  • Displays a professional approach to the work along with values and attitudes that are in keeping with the helping professions(i.e. sensitivity, respect, understanding, sincerity, genuineness, perseverance, patience, compassion, positive outlook, non-judgmental attitude, acceptance, tolerance, etc)
  • Client-centered, caring, supportive and reliable
  • Sound judgment and common sense in decision making and problem solving; critical thinking, intelligence
  • Demonstrates initiative, creativity, flexibility and independence
  • Sense of humor
  • Commitment to work and life-long learning
  • Has a positive and optimistic view of others and demonstrates the ability to resolve workplace conflict with his/her manager and colleagues.
  • Demonstrates an ability to work in a team as well as an ability to take independent action and initiative in the job
  • Manages stress related to work environment

KNOWLEDGE:

  • Knowledge of mental health, mental illness and treatment modalities, including pharmacotherapy
  • Knowledge of group dynamics theory and practice
  • Knowledge of concurrent disorders
  • Knowledge of health issues and of social problems associated with psychiatric disabilities and the impact of mental Illness on functional capacity
  • Knowledge of Psycho-social Rehabilitation Principles
  • Knowledge in the areas of teaching and coaching
  • Knowledge of crisis intervention and prevention
  • Knowledge of suicide prevention and intervention
  • Knowledge of the forensic system

SKILLS:

  • Demonstrates an ability to establish supportive and positive relationships with all client groups supported by Salus
  • Establish a supportive and respectful living environment
  • Demonstrate an ability to teach new skills on an individual or group basis
  • Develop and implement social, recreation and leisure activities
  • Supports clients in meeting their individual goals in their recovery plan
  • Ability to deescalate a crisis situation

Other duties may be assigned by the program manager, as needed.

SUPERVISOR
Program Manager

SALARY:
$19.24 to 21.77 hourly

Please apply to Michael Gershuny, Program Manager, at mgershuny@slausottawa.org on or before the job posting closing date.

16 Aug 2017

The Agency for Co-op Housing seeks Director, Human Resources and Administration

THE AGENCY FOR CO-OPERATIVE HOUSING

With its head office in Ottawa, the Agency for Co-operative Housing administers the operating agreements between Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) and more than 500 housing co-operatives. We have regional offices in Calgary, Vancouver and Toronto and several employees working from home offices. Our workforce numbers about 50 part- and full-time employees.

Director, Human Resources and Administration
Service Centre, Ottawa
Full Time

Reporting to the CEO, the Director, Human Resources and Administration helps build and sustain a motivating and productive work environment for the Agency workforce through the adoption and application of progressive human-resources practices. He or she manages all human-resources programs and activities within the Agency including the definition of roles; recruitment, training and development of employees; succession planning; performance management; compensation and benefits; conflict management; and employee engagement. The Director administers the Agency’s policies respecting employment and the workplace and manages the annual salaries and benefits budget.

The Director oversees the Agency’s compliance, communications and client-service programs and supervises administrative staff based in Ottawa.

The successful candidate has

  • a university degree
  • a Certified Human Resources Professional designation or equivalent experience
  • highly developed interpersonal skills, including coaching, negotiation and conflict-resolution skills
  • experience supervising staff
  • significant experience in applying provincial employment laws and regulations
  • excellent oral and written communication skills

Fluency in French is an asset.

If interested, please send your resume to Sirikit Moreau at smoreau@agency.coop. We will contact only those candidates whom we wish to interview.
www.agency.coop

 

L’AGENCE DES COOPÉRATIVES D’HABITATION

L’Agence des coopératives d’habitation, dont le siège social est situé à Ottawa, est responsable de l’administration des accords d’exploitation conclus entre la Société canadienne d’hypothèques et de logement (SCHL) et plus de 500 coopératives d’habitation. L’Agence a des bureaux à Calgary, à Vancouver et à Toronto, et de nombreux employés travaillant à domicile. Elle a un effectif d’environ 50 employés à temps plein et à temps partiel.

Directeur, Ressources humaines et services administratifs
Centre de service, Ottawa
Temps plein

Relevant de la directrice générale, le directeur, Ressources humaines et services administratifs aide à la mise en place et au maintien d’un environnement de travail motivant et productif pour le personnel de l’Agence, par l’adoption et l’application de pratiques progressistes en matière de ressources humaines. Cette personne gère tous les programmes et toutes les activités en lien avec les ressources humaines au sein de l’Agence, y compris la définition des rôles; le recrutement, la formation et le perfectionnement des employés; la planification de la relève; la gestion du rendement; la rémunération et les avantages sociaux; la gestion des conflits; et l’engagement des employés. Le directeur administre les politiques de l’Agence en matière d’emploi et de milieu de travail, et gère le budget annuel consacré aux salaires et aux avantages sociaux.

Le directeur surveille les programmes de conformité, de communications et de service à la clientèle de l’Agence, en plus de superviser le personnel administratif basé à Ottawa.

La personne retenue doit avoir :

  • un diplôme universitaire;
  • un titre de conseiller en ressources humaines agréé ou une expérience équivalente;
  • des aptitudes interpersonnelles très développées, y compris en matière d’encadrement, de négociation et de résolution de conflits;
  • de l’expérience en supervision de personnel;
  • une expérience importante dans la mise en application des lois et règlements provinciaux sur l’emploi;
  • d’excellentes aptitudes en communication orale et écrite.

La maîtrise du français est un atout.

Si vous êtes intéressé, veuillez faire parvenir votre curriculum vitæ à Sirikit Moreau à l’adresse smoreau@agence.coop. Nous communiquerons uniquement avec les personnes qui seront retenues pour un entretien d’embauche.
www.agence.coop

05 Jul 2017

Homestarts is seeking a Co-op Housing Co-ordinator

Homestarts is currently hiring a  Bilingual Housing Coordinator with access to a vehicle to work at one or more housing co-operatives in the Ottawa Region. The position will be for 3 – 5 days per week, depending on preference, totaling 22.5 – 37.5 hours per week.

You can see more details at their job posting on Charity Village.

The application deadline is July 15th, 2017.

02 Jun 2017

Glenn Haddrell Co-op seeks Co-ordinator

NOTICE OF FULL-TIME PERMANENT POSITION

POSITION TITLE:                      Housing Co-operative Co-ordinator

POSITION TYPE:                      Permanent, Full Time (30 hours per week)

HOURS OF WORK:                  Weekdays, one evening per week

DATE OF POSTING:                 June 2, 2017

CLOSING DATE:                       July 7, 2017

START DATE:                             No later than September 5, 2017

Glenn Haddrell Housing Co-operative is seeking to fill the full-time, permanent position of co-ordinator of an 85 unit housing co-op in the east end of the City of Ottawa. Glenn Haddrell Co-op is a beautifully maintained, inviting Co-op nestled in the east end of Ottawa, situated off Montreal Road (the intersection is Montreal and Bathgate).  The housing co-operative has stacked townhouse 85 units, a mix of one, two, three and four-bedroom homes. Glenn Haddrell Co-op is located close to the Greenbelt with easy access to walking/biking trails. The Co-op is easily accessible by the number 12 , and many amenities are within walking distance.

Reporting to the co-op’s Board of Directors, the manager’s job will be to oversee and to be accountable for the management of the co-op’s operations. Duties will include:

  • managing the co-op’s finances,
  • developing and implementing an overall property maintenance and repair program,
  • ensuring that the co-op meets its legal obligations,
  • developing and implementing a strategy to maintain full occupancy of the co-op,
  • supporting good governance in the co-op by the board and membership, and
  • efficient administration of the co-op’s office and management of other co-op staff.

Required Qualifications:

  • A minimum of 3-5 years of related experience managing the operations of a not-for-profit housing corporation, including preparing annual budgets, and monthly financial reports, and completing the Annual Information Return (AIR)
  • Knowledge of Microsoft software, Lotus Notes, and Asset Planner software
  • In-depth working knowledge of rent geared to income program administration and experience working in the social housing community
  • Experience in working in a team environment and overseeing contractors
  • Extensive experience with bookkeeping accounting software (eg. Quickbooks, New Views, Simply Accounting)
  • Between two and five years of previous experience with accounting/bookkeeping
  • Knowledge of co-ops and/or non-profit housing, rent-geared-to-income (RGI) accounting, and knowledge of Housing Services Act (HSA) and the Co-operative Corporations Act

Required Skills and Knowledge

  • A highly motivated self-starter with an ability to work with limited direct supervision
  • Competencies in engaging with the general public in a friendly and professional manner
  • Strong organizational, time management, planning, and problem solving skills
  • Strong written and oral communication skills, including cross-cultural communication
  • Experience with Board and committee support, including meeting facilitation

Asset Qualifications

  • Bilingualism (English and French) and/or ability to communicate in other languages would be considered a strength
  • College diploma/certificate in accounting
  • Knowledge and experience in asset and/or project management (eg. Capital planning)
  • Property management experience in the private sector will be an asset
  • Valid driver’s licence and access to vehicle

The co-op offers a competitive salary that is commensurate with experience and an excellent benefits package. Please indicate salary expectations on your covering letter.

If interested, please apply in writing, by 5:00 p.m. on July 7, 2017 to:

The Hiring Committee

Glenn Haddrell Housing Co-operative

hayleymillington@yahoo.ca

We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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