Program Manager, St. Helen’s Hotel Supportive Housing Program
$63,000 - $69,000 depending on education & experience. A comprehensive benefits package is also provided.
Hours & Days of work:
Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., with on-call responsibilities
Program & Location
St. Helen’s Hotel Supportive Housing Program- Vancouver (Downtown)
Atira Property Management is a mid-sized, licensed property management company known for its inclusionary hiring practices and for being one of Canada’s most successful social enterprises and which is wholly-owned by Atira Women’s Resource Society, an award-winning not-for-profit organization. We offer a challenging and rewarding work environment where a job is more than just a pay cheque. We offer our staff the opportunity to work alongside a remarkable group of professionals and activists working to make the world a more just place, one tenant, one home, one job at a time.
About the Job:
The Program Manager, St. Helen’s Hotel Supportive Housing Program reports directly to the Director, Supportive Housing Programs & Tenant Relations, and is responsible for supervising and supporting the front line and custodial staff, as well as ensuring effective program/service delivery consistent with Atira’s mandate, philosophy and policies, as well as our legal, contractual, budgetary and other requirements; and develop long-range program plans that meet Atira’s goals and objectives. You will maintain a strong working relationship with and awareness of partner agencies and groups in the community for the purpose of creating positive relationships and ensure all of your work is conducted in a professional and efficient manner in compliance with Atira Property Management Inc.’s policies, all regulatory requirements, and within the mission, vision, values and philosophy of our parent Society.
You embrace Atira’s mission, vision, values and philosophy. You are flexible and open to taking on new and diverse tasks whenever needed. You have a well-developed understanding of and commitment to anti-oppression work and intersectionality. You are familiar with colonialism especially as it applies in Canada and you understand the impact of the residential school system. You are committed to working with folks who are struggling with substance use and or mental wellness and understand and are comfortable working within a harm reduction environment. Lived expertise is a significant asset, as is living in the community in which you work. Atira strives to hire staff who reflect the people we serve.
You Have/Will be Required to Have:
Applications should be emailed to Please provide a current resume and a cover letter describing how you meet or exceed the above-noted qualifications. Resumes with a Cover Letter unique to Atira will be preferred. Candidates who lack the experience and qualifications set out in the posting may not be considered, although an exceptional cover letter and transferable skills may overcome lack of experience for some positions.
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