Community Living BC Vancouver, BC, Canada
Apr 19, 2018Full time
The Role: Responsible for managing the relationship between BC Housing and CLBC staff to plan, coordinate, integrate and manage a portfolio of staffed residential housing resources operated by Service Providers to provide a stable, safe environment for individuals. Plays an integral project management role to ensure Housing projects are planned and implemented as scheduled to minimize impact on budgets and families relying on BC Housing and CLBC residential services. Responsible for: the provisioning of furniture; managing and maintaining CLBC’s fleet of vehicles; and preparing and monitoring budgets and forecasts. A successful Facilities and Housing Coordinator is able to: Maintain a comprehensive knowledge of the programs and services provided by CLBC, as well as a thorough knowledge of other agencies and organizations connected to CLBC Independently handle and quickly respond to emerging issues and changing priorities. Exercise flexibility, adjusting one’s approach as situations change, and show a willingness to adapt to, and work effectively and creatively within, a variety of diverse situations. The ideal candidate is able to: analyze, interpret, summarize and organize information accurately and in a timely manner; communicate effectively with staff at all levels of the organization as well as external partners and stakeholders. This role requires mathematical and accounting skills, project management skills; and negotiation skills. Qualifications: Post-secondary degree in business/public administration/facilities or management, or the equivalent combination of education, training and experience in the public sector (minimum 2 years extensive progressive experience in areas of government budgeting, policy analysis/development, facilities, and vehicle management). Post-secondary courses or training in project management, facilities management and accounting/financial management is preferred. Comprehensive knowledge and ability to produce accurate reports and presentations using MS Excel, MS Word, MS PowerPoint, Windows, etc. Comprehensive knowledge of community living service, CLBC policies and operations and sector agencies and organizations connected to CLBC. Travel: Travel is required. Typically 50% of the time, province-wide. Successful applicants are subject to a Criminal Record Check (Criminal Records Review Act). Classification/Salary: Administrative Officer R24 / $61,665 to $70,367 annually How to apply: Interested applicants are encouraged to email a resume and cover letter to Jaimie Willows by the closing date. The job advertised is intended for individuals who have permission to live and work in Canada. Please make sure you meet this legal requirement before applying. We thank all applicants for their interest and advise that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.