Sea to Sky Community Services (SSCS) is one of the largest non-profit organizations in the Sea to Sky Corridor, operating for over 42 years. We provide more than 41 programs that are building healthier communities in pursuit of our vision, for all individuals in the Sea to Sky Corridor to have opportunities to grow, develop and lead meaningful lives.
This is a relatively new full-time, exempt position in the agency. As a senior leadership position within the Society, the Director of Service Delivery reports directly to SSCS’s Executive Director.
This an exciting opportunity to join the Senior Leadership team of one of BC’s most respected and established community service organizations.
The Director of Service Delivery is responsible for leading and managing the programs and services portfolio at Sea to Sky Community Services (SSCS).
The Director ensures that programs and services are provided in alignment with the agency’s Vision, Mission, Values and Strategic Directives using a strength-based approach that promotes excellence in service delivery.
The Director of Service is a contributing member of the Senior Leadership Team as well as the wider Management Team of the organization.
The Director reviews existing programs and services and develops new programs based on identified need and available funding.
The Director attends meetings in community to promote SSCS and advocate for services as well as effectively liaises with funders, community partners and other stakeholders.
This position plays a key role in promoting a positive, vibrant and healthy workplace culture.
Education/Previous Work Experience
A bachelor’s degree in the human/social service or related field;
Five years extensive program and service development and implementation experience preferably in the social services or non-profit sector;
Or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
Demonstrated in-depth working knowledge of community social service programs, services and resources as well as applicable legislation, regulations and policies.
Experience with program planning, evaluation, development and delivery.
Critical and analytical thinker.
Strong business acumen including sound knowledge of budgeting and resource allocation practises.
Demonstrated ability to find innovative ways to resolve problems.
Demonstrated leadership abilities including strong supervisory, conflict resolution and team building skills.
Excellent written and oral communication skills.
Excellent interpersonal and public relations skills including the ability to form strong professional relationships.
Attitude and values which are compatible with the Vision, Mission and Values of SSCS.
Demonstrated ability to use Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook) and data base experience.
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