Job Posting 64671

Programs Manager
McMan Youth, Family and Community Services Association - South Region
Southern Alberta, Medicine Hat
closed 3 days ago (Fri, 18 Sep)
full time  •  $33.56 to $39.26 per hours

Here is how you will contribute as a Programs Manager with McMan:

  • Lead a team of supervisors and direct service staff by providing a full range of support with their programs.
  • Provide support to the organization and the Executive Director.
  • Ensure the programs fully meet the needs of its service participants and funders.
  • Work in collaboration with the regional management team to enhance the direction and vision of McMan.
  • Ensure an effective local presence for McMan with funding bodies, service participants and the community.
  • Lead hiring, performance management, coaching and resolution of employee concerns in collaboration with the human resources team.
  • Oversee program funding to ensure alignment with the budget in collaboration with the finance team.
  • Work with multiple programs which may include residential facilities and shelter supporting youth and adults who have experienced trauma, addiction and homelessness. Flexible schedule is required.
  • Support and schedule building maintenance as required.
  • Be part of the On-Call rotation for McMan.

 

Here’s what we have to offer:

  • Ongoing paid training.
  • Opportunity to be an integral part of the senior management team.
  • Team building and decision-making opportunities.
  • Competitive wage according to education and experience $33.56 to 39.26 per hour.
  • Group Benefits: an extensive group benefits package including company paid pension

and Employee & Family Assistance Program.

 

Required Qualifications:

  • Degree/Diploma in Social Work, Child and Youth Care Counselling, Addictions Counselling or related human services field. A combination of experience and education may be considered.
  • Minimum two (2) years experience as a manager/supervisor.
  • Minimum of two (2) years experience working in human services.
  • Outstanding interpersonal, coaching, leadership, planning, programming and presentation skills are a must.
  • Strength in crisis intervention, case management and communication are a must.
  • Demonstrated ability to use an approach that is strengths-based and participant-centered from a trauma informed and harm reduction lens.
  • Clear Criminal Record Check and Child Intervention Check dated within the past six months, Driver’s Abstract, valid AB Driver’s License, use of reliable vehicle and minimum $2Million vehicle insurance to carry passengers.
  • Standard First Aid CPR Level C Certificate

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