Job Posting 98216

Site Manager- Transitional Housing
Edmonton area
closes in 7 days (Mon, 18 Dec)
full time

Are you seeking a leadership opportunity related to social justice, social change, innovation, and collaborative work? Do you have a passion for building relationships through non-judgmental and person-centered approaches? If you identify as a team player and out-of-the-box thinker – the Site Manager could be the next leadership step in your career!

As Site Manager, you will be responsible for managing the day-to-day program operations for individuals due to histories of trauma and related mental illness and addictions require enhanced housing supports. You will be part of supporting residents in determining their own motivations, capacity, interests, and routines that help with their daily functioning through harm reduction and trauma-informed approaches.  This hands-on leadership position is responsible for coaching & mentoring a multidisciplinary team and ensuring the stability of the site and working in a collaborative partnership.


What you bring to the team

  • You bring 5+ years of supervisory experience with exceptional leadership skills.
  • You possess a Degree in the area of Human Services, Social Services, or a related discipline.
  • You have a proven ability to foster a team environment and provide reflective supervision to team members.
  • You are able to work in collaborative partnerships.
  • You have a proven ability to practice relational-based approaches.
  • You are able to embed in your work the practices of harm reduction, person-centered, trauma-informed, and strength-based care.
  • You can remain confident and calm. This work may involve de-escalating crisis situations with individuals under the influence of drugs or alcohol or experiencing a mental health crisis.


Important work you will do at e4c

  • Your work will help ensure the site location has long term stability, financially sound practices, and successful outcomes for the Transitional Housing Program.
  • You will work in partnership to make collaborative decisions about intakes to the program.
  • Be a part of reviewing goals and care plans with a multi-disciplinary team to ensure programming reflects the needs and diversity of residents.
  • Coach and guide staff and residents during critical incidents helping to provide support, ensure proper protocol is followed, and post incident debrief occurs helping to minimize risk.
  • You will mentor and coach the site team ensuring practices are guided by relational approaches, trauma-informed practice, harm reduction methods, and an Indigenous worldview.
  • Build a team that is recruited and onboarded in alignment with the vision of the Transitional Housing Program and e4c.

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