The Fort McMurray Family Crisis Society requires a Second Stage Housing Coordinator to develop, administer, and implement one on one education and support programs for clients who have been affected by family violence. The Second Stage Coordinator helps to facilitate the transition from emergency shelter living to Second Stage housing to independent living, and is responsible for administering subsidized housing programs, coordinating with other community agencies, advocating on behalf of clients and the day to day logistics of landlord supervision.
The Fort McMurray Family Crisis Society offers an excellent benefit package, an engaging work environment and career advancement opportunities.
- Time Management
- Development and Continual Learning
- Problem Solving
- Accountability and Dependability
- Decision Making and Judgement
- Providing Consultation
- Ethics and Integrity
- Planning and Organizing
- Enforcing Laws, Rules and Regulations
- Coaching and Mentoring and Mediating
- Team Work
- Group facilitation
- Client Advocacy
- Research and develop programs to fulfil the requirements of clients using second stage housing.
- Develop and update policies and guidelines for clients admitted to second stage housing.
- Update criteria for applicants for second stage housing when required.
- Monitor the security and adherence to guidelines of clients in second stage housing.
- Establish financial policies for collection and disbursement of rents and responsible for ensuring that payments are met.
- Responsible for preparing and submitting program reports as required by the Executive Director and Board of Directors.
- Maintains accurate statistical records and reports.
- Maintain an itemized inventory of each unit and confirm inventory control for the arrival and departure of each individual client.
- Promotes the program within the region by regular liaison with communities and community organizations.
- Required to assist with fund raising duties.
- Other duties as assigned by Executive Director.
- Maintenance of housing units after residents move: putty and paint walls, cleaning, and small repairs.
- Develop and facilitate weekly domestic violence and life skills programming
- Employees are encouraged to participate with the Society volunteer opportunities.
- Degree in Human Services or related field preferred
- Class 5 Alberta Driver’s Licence
- RCMP Criminal Record Check with Vulnerable Sector Check
- Intervention Record Check
- Standard First Aid with Level “C” CPR
- Suicide Prevention Certificate
- Strong organizational skills.
- Strong communication skills (both verbal and written).
- Proficient with database applications and administration systems, specifically Microsoft Office.
- Ability to work effectively alone and prioritize.
- Must be a highly motivated and team-oriented individual with an attention to detail.
- Enthusiasm for challenge and new initiatives are prerequisites.
- Incumbent will be required to work 37.5 hours per week with the flexibility to work evenings and weekends when required.
- Own transportation required for work purposes
- Physical ability to lift 25lbs.
- Interacts with management, colleagues, visitors, government agencies/personnel.
- Travel will be required.
- Ability to attend and conduct presentations.
- Manual dexterity required to use desktop computer and peripherals.
Company: Fort McMurray Family Crisis Society
Location: Fort McMurray, AB
Available: Immediately. Full Time
Pay: 35.51 per hour
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