Job/Volunteer Board

Employment and Volunteer Opportunities

As a service to our members and other housing-related organizations, MNPHA accepts postings for employment and volunteer opportunities in the housing sector. This includes employment postings, and openings on Boards of Directors.

Please submit postings to [email protected]. MNPHA reserves the right to screen job submissions for compatibility with the values of our organization.


Current Postings

Ivan Franko Manor, Building Administrator (part-time)

Term: part-time permanent position at 20 hours per week (3-month probationary period)
Compensation: Annual salary of $21,000
Anticipated Start Date: June 1, 2021

The Ivan Franko Manor is located at 200 McGregor Street in Winnipeg’s North End. The building is a 7-story not for profit independent living facility for seniors 55+ and has both one- and two-bedroom units. The Manor is currently looking to fill a part-time Building Administrator position. The successful candidate will perform all duties necessary to run and maintain a 55+ apartment building. The successful candidate must be experienced in bookkeeping, public relations, and staff supervision.
The Building Administrator is required to manage tenant relations, communications, finances, and all other aspects of property management. The Administrator also supervises the work of the full-time live-in caretaker.

Position Duties
• Advertising and outreach to market the building to potential renters
• Respond to and follow up with phone calls and emails in a timely manner
• Meeting with potential renters and showing suites, inspecting suites when residents move out
• Completing paperwork for move-ins and move-outs
• Arranging building repairs and services as needed and approved by the board of directors, and ensuring payment and accurate record-keeping
• Supervising the work of the live-in caretaker
• Ensuring the overall security and safety of the building and residents
• Preventing and responding to situations in the building as they arise, liaising with residents, caretaker and board as needed
• Regular communication and reporting to Board of Directors, including attendance at meetings as required

To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to [email protected] by Friday April 23, 2021. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

See the full job description here

Manitoba Non-Profit Housing Association, Coordinator of Administration and Events

Position Summary

The Coordinator of Administration and Events will work with the MNPHA team as needed so the Association and its team is resourced, organized, has excellent internal and external communications, and delivers high-quality events that people look forward to attending.

HOURS: 32-40 hours weekly (to be negotiated); 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: This is a two year contract position, with opportunities for extension if funding permits. The salary range is $16-$19/hour depending on experience and training; health and wellness benefits are provided at 6 months, along with a matching 5% RRSP contribution.

Tasks and Responsibilities

Event Coordination

  • Coordinate logistics for virtual and in-person events and workshops
    • Logistics include venue, technology, schedule, food and beverages, supplies, registration management
    • Major events include the Annual General Meeting and annual Building Partnerships conference, with other workshops and meetings throughout the year

Office and Organization Administration

  • Receive and forward communications to different staff, including answering phone calls and responding to emails
  • Identify and respond to resource needs, including supplies, technology, printed materials
  • Update and monitor MNPHA’s website (using WordPress)
  • Maintain member database and mailing lists for membership outreach and renewal
  • Record and disseminate minutes of meetings for Board of Directors and various committees
  • Implement and maintain procedures/office administrative systems, including electronic filing systems

The Coordinator of Administration and Events will become part of MNPHA’s small team of four, and is expected to collaborate with the team on other Association duties as required.

Interviews are anticipated to take place in mid-April, 2021, with the position to start in late-April if possible.

Please send resume and cover letter detailing qualifications and experience to Christina Maes Nino; [email protected]; by April 7, 2021.

See the full posting here

Housing Supports Fund Administrator

Position Summary

This is a new position that will help develop systems, training, policies, and administrative processes for funding programs that will be developed and delivered by MNPHA. This position will support the Executive Director and Transformation Team Lead in an administrative capacity. The Housing Supports Fund Administrator will have excellent internal and external communications, be extremely organized and able to work well both independently and within a small team.

DETAILS: This is a two year contract position, with opportunity for advancement to Program Manager for the right candidate at 6 months, and potential for renewal should funding be extended.  The salary range is $18 – $21/hour depending on experience and training; health and wellness benefits are provided at 6 months, along with a matching 5% RRSP contribution.  If the offer of Program Manager is extended, the salary will be re-evaluated.

HOURS: 32 – 40 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.

Tasks and Responsibilities

Communications

  • Work with MNPHA’s communication staff to promote awareness of the funds
  • Communicate with members and other organizations to implement the programs and gather information for evaluation and reporting
  • Provide guidance to those wanting to access funding programs where needed
  • Ensure MNPHA’s website is up to date as programs evolve

Fund Administration

  • Help create systems to track project development and fund administration
  • Provide administrative assistance to support program development, call for proposals process, agreement development, fund dispersal
  • Establish systems to monitor funding programs
  • Help create presentations for public and stakeholders
  • Research and summarize findings where required

Office and Organization Administration

  • Manage scheduling relating to meetings with stakeholders
  • Record and disseminate notes from various meetings
  • Implement and maintain procedures/office administrative systems, including electronic filing systems

The Housing Supports Fund Administrator will become part of MNPHA’s small team and is expected to collaborate with the team on other Association duties as required.

Interviews are anticipated to take place in mid-April, 2021, with the position to start in late-April if possible. Please send resume and cover letter detailing qualifications and experience to Cheryl Krostewitz; [email protected]; by April 7, 2021.

See the full posting here

End Homelessness Winnipeg, Manager of Housing Supply

The Manager, Housing Supply leads work to increase the supply of and access to housing units in the community to meet targets for ending homelessness. The Manager works with End Homelessness Winnipeg partners to promote the development of affordable and supported housing projects in Winnipeg.  This is a full-time term position for up to 12 months.

View the full posting here