Company Name:
Millican Ogden Community Association- SE Calgary Community Resource Centre
Approximate Salary:
Not Specified
Location:
Calgary, Alberta
Country:
Canada
Industry:
Social Services
Position type:
Full Time
Experience level:
2 - 5 years
Education level:
Certification
Contact:
ID
6105
376

SE Calgary Community Resource Centre Manager

The SE Calgary Community Resource Centre (SECCRC) is a community based and driven agency that strives to meet the needs of community residents. It is located in Millican Ogden and open Monday to Friday from 8 am to 12 pm and from 1 pm to 4:30 pm. Programs and services provided include the Community Connections Program which assists individuals and families with identifying and meeting basic needs, providing direct assistance of food hampers, clothing, connecting with our programs and services, providing advocacy, and referrals to other service providers and agencies. The Career and Employment Program provides services that assist individuals with career counselling, exploration, assessment, career planning and job search. Mo's Place, a Calgary Afterschool Program, is offered to engage and help young people between the ages of 12-17 achieve personal, social and academic success. The SECCRC has an onsite Clothing Room that provides free and accessible adult and children’s clothing, shoes, household items, books and small toys. The Clothing Room is available Monday to Friday and is operated by volunteers. The SECCRC is partnered with various community organizations to provide parent and toddler programs, the Good Food Box program, onsite mobile health services, counselling services, computer classes and many more.

 Position Summary:  The SECCRC Manager, working under the direction of the MOCA Board of Directors and Funders, will demonstrate a high level of enthusiasm and competence in overseeing the day-to-day operations of the SECCRC. The position also requires a close working relationship with the MOCA General Manager.

 Leadership and Advocacy: With excellent leadership skills, and the ability to supervise and encourage staff, the SE CCRC Manager will maintain a work environment that is cooperative and values the contributions of all staff and volunteers.  Demonstrates the ability to set priorities, and work effectively with the Board of Directors, staff and community residents.  Maintain performance management processes for all program staff and volunteers. 

 Organizational Effectiveness: Oversees the delivery of the SECCRC’s Programs:  Community Connections, Career & Employment, MO’s Place, Volunteerism and Community Partnerships and Projects. Maintains and reports strategic priorities, business plan, budgets and supporting financial information. Maintains the Human Resources policies, procedures and practices. Maintains current partnerships and build new partnerships with community organizations to ensure streamlined and effective client services.  Follows up and implements priorities of the agency.

 Financial, Risk and Asset Management: Responsible for grant applications and alignment of ongoing evaluation and reporting to three major funders and the MOCA Board of Directors. Researches and applies for additional grants and funding when suitable for the agency.  Works closely with the MOCA General Manager to ensure financials are in order.  Ensures the safety and wellness of all employees, volunteers, clients and guests. Enquiries are adequately addressed and all information is protected. Ensures ongoing maintenance and security of building site as per lease agreement and vendor contracts.

 MOCA Board of Directors Relations: Reports directly to the MOCA Board Liaison and Human Resources for the SECCRC. Provides appropriate information to the Board of Directors and its committees and attend regular Board Meetings as required.

 Qualifications:

  • Bachelor in Social Science or related discipline or a combination of related education and experience.
  • Ability to work in collaboration with community members and organizations
  • Understanding of funding and relationships in the non-profit sector
  • Demonstrated passion and commitment to working with families and community development
  • Positive attitude and influence on others to achieve results and respond to challenges.
  • Strong organizational and teamwork skills and a collaborative approach to problem-solving and decision-making
  • Ability to present ideas effectively, verbally and in writing and be a perceptive listener
  • Proven analytical skills and ability to think and act innovatively

Please submit a resume and cover letter outlining how you meet the specific requirements of the position to [email protected]

 

 We appreciate all applicants but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Please note that a strong internal candidate will be applying for this position.

 Closing date:  4 pm on Monday, January 29th, 2018