E4C is a not-for-profit organization that works across Edmonton, helping people get what they need to tackle life’s challenges. At E4C, we are working to limit, alleviate and ultimately eliminate poverty in Edmonton. Everyone has a story . . . and we believe in a future where poverty isn’t part of it.
The Planning & Evaluation Manager supports the management of Early Learning Services in goal setting, division planning, monitoring and evaluation, accreditation acquisition and the retention of this status, and coordinates program and division projects. This position is a member of the management team and works cooperatively to further the agency’s mandate and the goals of the division.
Hours: Monday- Friday, 37.5 hours work week. Position becomes available October 3, 2016.
Salary: $25.40-$27.48 per hour.
Why join our team:
- Make a difference
- Build relationships and connect families to the work we do.
- Be a part of a supportive team, dedicated to professional and personal growth.
In your role you will:
- Coordinates program planning, goal setting for the division.
- Facilitates identification of goals and measures.
- Facilitates the development and maintenance of systems and processes for ongoing measurement of success and opportunities.
- Orient staff, supervisors and managers on the accreditation and standards/measures process
- Gathers, analyzes and reports agency and program progress for funders, grants, societies and public.
- Assists the development of grant and funding proposals and coordinates these with existing measures, plans and actions.
- Develop and maintain database of documents that demonstrate conformity to accreditation standards and measures.
- Develop and implement a communications plan to ensure that all relevant parties are kept apprised of the progress.
- Participate in the review and revision of program policies and procedures.
- Coordinate delivery of safe and emergency support programming through training, consultation and supervision.
A successful candidate would require:
- Degree or diploma in a human service field and/or equivalent
- Extensive project management and planning experience.
- Clear Police Information Check, Clear Child Intervention Record Check, Mental Health First Aid, Standard First Aid, and Medication Administration Certification.
- Excellent verbal and interpersonal skills; strong group facilitation, communication, writing, technology/computer ability, and organizational skills.
- Experience working with socially, economically, and / or culturally diverse children and their families.
- Broad knowledge of community resources, knowledge of inner city, homelessness, poverty, mental health, additions, domestic violence and multiculturalism.
- A valid driver’s license, registration, insurance and operation of a personal vehicle.