Job Posting 79519

Project supervisor – Western Canada
Katimavik
Alberta, British Columbia
British colombia , Alberta
closes in 24 days (Wed, 16 Feb)
full time  •  42000-45000

JOB BRIEF

 

Katimavik is looking for a highly motivated, organized and independent person to join our
team as Project Supervisor. The Project Supervisor provides ongoing supervision of the
development, production and coordination of projects and program activities in the
designated areas, including supervision of project officer staff, community partnerships and
participant experience. The position may require occasional travel to projects.

 

WHAT YOU'LL DO
QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:
• Lead the development and maintenance of relationships with community partner organizations
and contacts who perform various project functions (e.g., facilitating workshops, pre-arrival
meal preparation, skills development opportunities, Elders, and knowledge holders, etc.).
• Monitor the productivity and performance management of project officers while providing
constructive feedback, discipline and coaching to help them achieve project objectives
effectively.
• Identify official language resources and local Indigenous language resources that do not
deprive the Indigenous community of opportunities.
• Ensure that project living and working spaces are safe, healthy, and hygienic, in accordance
with local or provincial regulations and Katimavik guidelines.
• Oversee risk and crisis management, including responding to emergencies and staff shortages.

 

WHAT YOU NEED TO BE A SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE
• A highly organized leader with a proven track record of supervising staff, developing
partnerships, and managing in a changing environment.
• Experience in establishing and maintaining reciprocal and professional community partnerships.
• An empathetic coach who is committed to working in a team and developing employees by
adapting a personal supervision style to the needs of each project manager.
• The willingness to work evenings or weekends occasionally and to respect the on-call schedule
in case of emergency, as well as the possibility of making occasional trips, sometimes extended,
as part of projects.
• Extensive experience in the field of intervention, education, social work, management,
community development or other relevant disciplines.
• An understanding of the challenges faced by Indigenous communities and their historical roots.
• Previous experience working with young people or youth programs, as a facilitator of supervisor.
• Strong written and oral communication skills in French and the ability to communicate in both
official languages.
• A driver's license.

HOW TO APPLY
Send your cover letter and resume to .

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