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- Women's Centre Coordinator
- Agency / Organization
- Ann Davis Transition Society
- Contact name
- Patti MacAhonic
- Executive Director
- 9046 Young Rd
- British Columbia
- Postal Code
- V2P 4R6
- Employment Opportunity
Women’s Centre Coordinator
We are inviting applications for the position of Ann Davis Women’s Centre Coordinator – a specialized Transition House. If you are interested in being an integral part of the Ann Davis Leadership Team where you can make a real difference for women we would love to interview you.
Closing Date: June 12th 4 pm.
Email resume and cover letter with 2 references to email@example.com with Women’s Centre Coordinator in the subject line of email, attention Executive Director.
Under the supervision of the Executive Director, performs, coordinates and all duties of position and performs other duties as assigned. The Women’s Centre combining the best practices of Transition Houses and Shelters, provides low to no barrier shelter and wrap around services for adult women.
This position is full time (35 hours per week)
Primarily responsible for managing the Women’s Centre (WC) Program. The WC Coordinator oversees the House, including Outreach services, Stopping the Violence counselling on site and other programs as assigned.
Qualifications - Education, Training & Experience:
• Preferred minimum BA in social work or related field with extensive related experience.
• Thorough knowledge of the issue of violence and abuse against women with a client centered counselling approach.
• Strong understanding of and commitment to work from a feminist perspective.
• Experience in a Transition House and/or Shelter setting with extensive program development and supervision experience.
• Understanding of management principles and practices.
• Commitment to ongoing education and development.
• Three to five years of progressively more responsible (residential) program management experience, preferably in a Transition House or Shelter setting.
• Demonstrated knowledge of specific program, legislative, policy, provincial and other government frameworks and systems, financial management, labour relations.
• Competence working with diverse individuals and groups, leadership, staff, volunteers, government agencies and community stakeholders.
• Training or experience with a focus on operational/administrative management, planning, organizing, human resources, communication and counselling skills.
- Closing Date