Jubilee Fund: Executive Director
Launched in 2000, The Jubilee Fund Inc. provides loans and loan guarantees to not-for-profit organizations, and business, (co-operatives and social enterprises) that are unable to get traditional financing for community-based projects that reduce poverty, financial exclusion and have a positive social impact in Manitoba. The Jubilee Fund is a registered Canadian non-profit charity.
The successful candidate will provide leadership and strategic direction to achieve the organization’s mission, vision and values. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the organization, including strategic planning, operational management, financial management, human resource management and stakeholder relations. This includes:
- Working collaboratively with the Board of Directors
- Develop annual budgets and oversee the preparation and presentation of financial statements to the Board of Directors;
- Support all Board and Committee meetings; support the Board of Directors on governance, compliance and risk management;
- Act as an ambassador to the Jubilee Fund to promote and cultivate effective collaboration with organizational partners,
- Manage and oversee all aspects of human resources operations and maintain a healthy work environment,
- Oversee the development and implementation of a communications strategy to promote the work of the Jubilee Fund, and recognize donors, fund members and investors;
- Ensure lending operations of the Jubilee Fund are in line with the policies set by the Board of Directors;
- With support from the Personnel Committee, cultivate and engaged work environment
Please submit resume, cover letter and salary expectations to Attn: Hiring Committee:
The Jubilee Fund
1622-B St. Mary’s Road
Winnipeg, Manitoba R2M 3W7
Or email [email protected]
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Manitoba Non-Profit Housing Association: Coordinator, Member Education and Communications (32 hours per week)
The Coordinator of Member Education and Communications will develop educational workshops and materials that support non-profit housing providers to provide safe, secure, and affordable housing across Manitoba. The Coordinator will create and disseminate written, electronic, video, and other internal and external communications materials with members, stakeholders, and partners.
HOURS: 32 hours weekly; Mostly weekdays with occasional evening or weekend. Significant flexibility around remote work and scheduling with a minimum one day per week in the MNPHA office.
DETAILS: The salary range is $18-$21/hour depending on experience and training; health and wellness benefits and matching 5% RRSP contribution are provided at 6 months.
Tasks and Responsibilities
Member education and training (45%)
- Develop and coordinate educational programs to members through in-person workshops, webinars, online training, videos, and resource materials.
- This includes finding and working with subject-matter experts and speakers to develop and deliver education
- Assist with educational session development and coordinate logistics for annual Building Partnerships Conference
- May include keynote speakers, panel discussions, and interactive workshops
- Evaluate education and training programs for continuous improvement
Member outreach and communications (40%)
- Develop and implement member outreach strategies, with a goal of increasing MNPHA’s membership across Manitoba
- Maintain member database and mailing lists for membership outreach and renewal
- Develop and implement communication strategies for campaigns, education, and other Association priorities, including: manage website; manage social media accounts – Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter; coordinate monthly newsletter and monthly member-only newsletter; phone outreach to members where appropriate
- Assess member priorities through surveys and meetings with members
- Record and disseminate minutes of meetings for Board of Directors and various committees
Partnership and service development, other duties (15%)
- Establish and maintain mutually beneficial relationships with organizations, vendors, and consultants who work with the non-profit housing sector
- The Coordinator of Member Education and Communications will become part of MNPHA’s small team of three, and is expected to collaborate with the team on other Association duties as required.
Interviews are anticipated to take place in early-December 2020, with the position to start mid-December if possible.
Apply by November 27 by sending resume and cover letter detailing qualifications and experience to Christina Maes Nino; [email protected]
For more information please call 204-797-6746. We thank everyone for their interest in the position, only those selected for an interview will be contacted
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Murdoch Management: Assistant Property Manager
Murdoch Management clients are philanthropic non-profit housing corporations (rental, co-op & life lease). As such they are service (not profit) oriented. This position reports to the General Manager.
The Assistant Property Manager works with volunteer boards, attends Board meetings and is the main liaison person for the assigned project portfolio. Responsibilities include: rent/collections, filing, reports, leasing/waiting lists, resident liaison. Computer proficiency in MS Office is required. Experience with Yardi is an asset.
We are looking for: excellent organizational, verbal and communication proficiency, proactive time-management skills and, the ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment, a team player. Car & license is essential.
To Apply: Send resume to 757 Henderson Highway, Wpg, MB. R2K 2K7 or [email protected]
Winnipeg Housing Rehabilitation Corporation: Director of Housing Services (full-time)
Reports to: Executive Director
Salary: Competitive; based on qualifications and experience; includes comprehensive benefits package and travel allowance
Hours: 37.5 hours per week, may include some weekend and evening work to meet project deadlines
Under the direction of the Executive Director, the incumbent is responsible to oversee the Property Management Department in an efficient and effective manner. With the assistance of staff the responsibilities include: application approvals, leasing, tenant turnovers and renewals, tenant relations, receivables, and other functions to ensure optimum occupancy and efficiency of each property. The incumbent will be part of the senior leadership team and will carry out their duties in accordance with: WHRC policies and procedures, operating agreements, and Government regulations.
Apply by November 24 by sending cover letter and resume to [email protected] referencing Director of Housing Services in the subject line. Your cover letter & resume must clearly indicate how you meet the qualifications.
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