Program Manager, Men’s Homeless Shelter
If you prefer a quiet, friendly community with easy access to the outdoor lifestyle, consider coming to Canada’s coolest capital, Iqaluit, where Inuit culture mixes with the multi-cultural flavour of southern cities. Back country skiing, snowmobiling, fishing, hunting, hiking and four-wheeling to cabin and camp are some of the activities residents enjoy. As Nunavut’s capital, locals also appreciate the cinema and several dining and entertainment options.
Uquutaq Society is on the leading edge of expanding housing and homelessness services in Iqaluit. Uquutaq Society has many firsts - the first low barrier shelter, first affordable housing program and the first transitional housing program in Nunavut. We are re-defining and updating our Men’s Shelter Program. We are looking to build our team with motivated and energetic individuals who have enthusiasm for providing efficient, respectful and professional service to our clients, as well as for contributing to the organization in this time of development.
The Program Manager must have a commitment to serving the homeless in the City of Iqaluit and share Uquutaq’s values of safety, dignity, respect, and compassion. The position reports to the Program Director and works Monday to Friday 8 AM to 4 PM, plus a monthly on-call rotation. Flexibility needed to support other shift staff as required.
The Program Manager is responsible for the safe, secure, effective operation of the site and for meeting the client service deliverables, including supervising casework, reporting, managing contractors, scheduling and human resource management. The position also liaises with operations staff in food and facility in order to maintain a high standard of shelter care and service that meets applicable health and safety regulations.
$72,800 - $79,040 Annually. Commensurate with experience.
Northern Allowance of $15,016 or housing subsidy equal to Northern Allowance.
Northern Employees Benefits Service (NEBS) group life and health benefits and defined benefit pension plan.
$100 weekly premium for on-call rotation.
Three weeks vacation and additional three weeks in lieu of overtime.
Preference given to Nunavut Inuit. Please identify on your resume or cover letter. Open until filled.
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