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

SAM Management Inc.: Chief Executive Officer

S.A.M. Management Inc. is a non-profit property management corporation that provides socially responsible property management in partnership with organizations offering affordable housing options in the community.

Reporting to the S.A.M. Management Inc. Board of Directors, the Chief Executive Officer will support the Board in developing and implementing the strategic vision and direction for the organization. As a visionary leader who thrives at the 30,000 foot level, you are an accomplished change agent who maximizes performance through organizational growth. Known for your problem solving abilities, you also bring a strength of knowledge in finance and systems to the role. Exceptional communication skills and a transparent leadership style enable you to keep Board members and staff appropriately informed.

The Chief Executive Officer provides direction and operational leadership to 4 direct reports, (Executive Assistant, Controller, Tenant Relations Manager, and Building Operations Manager), and indirect oversight of 75 employees. The Chief Executive Officer is responsible for the management and operations of S.A.M. Management Inc. including the following highlights:

  • Participates with the Board of Directors in developing a vision and strategic plan to guide the Corporation
  • Acts as an advisor to the Board on all aspects of the organization’s activities
  • Works with the Accountant and the Board’s Finance Committee to prepare comprehensive annual budgets
  • Represents SAM Management Inc. at community activities to enhance the organization’s community profile
  • Identifies new project development opportunities, potential acquisitions and capital projects
  • Identifies and mitigates potential risks to the organization

If you believe you can make a strong contribution as the CEO, submit your resume in confidence to Lisa Cefali – Partner, Executive Search & Strategic development at [email protected] quoting #203187. If you would like more information about this role, please visit http://bit.ly/SAM-CEO or contact Lisa at 204-934-8833.


Associate Vice President, Operations Burnaby, BC

BC Housing is a provincial Crown agency with an annual budget of $1.6 billion (2020/21) and a portfolio of housing services and programs that assist approximately 117,616 households in over 300 communities provincewide. As such, we continually seek sustainable housing solutions that are supported by excellence in service delivery and research, and take into account social, financial and environmental impacts.

Our Operations Branch – the largest team at BC Housing – works with non-profit societies and co-operatives, government, community agencies, tenants and advocacy groups to ensure BC Housing delivers high-quality services and programs that are responsive to client needs. Responsible for developing and delivering social housing programs across the province, the Branch acts as funder and regulator in overseeing the administration of operating agreements with over 800 co-op and non-profit housing providers across the province. In addition, it oversees the administration and property management of provincially owned, directly managed social housing and group homes.

As Associate Vice President of Operations, you’ll play a key leadership role in ensuring the Branch continues to deliver innovative, forward-thinking programs and strategies, and provide expertise and around-the-clock solutions to support our vast housing portfolio. Reporting to the Vice President, Operations, you’ll oversee the development and delivery of all operational plans and programs for social housing across the three regions of the province. This will see you leading the provision of comprehensive regional property management services for directly managed housing, financial and management consulting assistance to non-profit and co-op housing providers and administration of group homes on behalf of ministries.

An important aspect of your mandate will be to lead and support the planning, development and delivery of regional health and housing programs for individuals with serious or persistent illness, aging seniors, and homeless persons.  A results-oriented leader of people and programs, you’ll direct regional operations teams of both unionized and non-union employees regarding the applicant registry, allocation of housing, and delivery of rent subsidy programs, and oversee the administration of housing agreements and provision of subsidies for housing built under various programs.

To view the Job Description and to apply for the role of Associate Vice President, Operations, visit https://www.bchousing.org/careers/current-opportunities.

Apply by January 21, 2021. When applying, please submit a cover letter and your application as a single Word or pdf file. Only applications submitted using the Online Recruitment System at www.bchousing.org/careers will be accepted.


Director, Operations Service Delivery Excellence, Burnaby, BC

BC Housing is a provincial Crown agency with an annual budget of $1.6 billion (2020/21) and a portfolio of housing services and programs that assist approximately 117,616 households in over 300 communities provincewide. As such, we continually seek sustainable housing solutions that are supported by excellence in service delivery and research, and take into account social, financial and environmental impacts.

Our Operations Branch works with non-profit societies and co-operatives, government, community agencies, tenants and advocacy groups to ensure BC Housing delivers high-quality services and programs that are responsive to client needs. Responsible for developing and delivering social housing programs across the province, the Branch acts as funder and regulator in overseeing the administration of operating agreements with over 800 co-op and non-profit housing providers across the province. In addition, it oversees the administration and property management of provincially owned, directly managed social housing and group homes.

As Director, Operations Service Delivery Excellence, you’ll initiate, lead and oversee key strategic initiatives throughout the project lifecycle to support the Commission’s Service Plan and the Operations Branch Plan. Reporting to the Vice President, Operations, you’ll develop project plans, prioritize project timelines, deal with significant housing programs and service initiatives delivered across the housing continuum, and support regional teams with various projects and change management initiatives.

A strategic and critical thinker, adept at generating innovative ideas, methods, processes and options to achieve objectives and outcomes, you’ll develop, and oversee the implementation of, a performance and quality management framework that translates strategy and goals into performance measures and targets. You will also develop and maintain consistent, reliable sources of data to ensure that accurate information is available for performance management and reporting purposes.

Your exceptional communication and consensus-building skills will prove invaluable in our multi-stakeholder, socio-political environment, as you establish and maintain effective relationships with multiple stakeholders across the Commission to accomplish interbranch strategic business initiatives.

To view the Job Description and to apply for the role of Director, Operations Service Delivery Excellence visit https://www.bchousing.org/careers/current-opportunities.

Apply by January 14, 2021. When applying, please submit a cover letter and your application as a single Word or pdf file. Only applications submitted using the Online Recruitment System at www.bchousing.org/careers will be accepted.


Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization of Manitoba: Live-in Building Supervisor

The Live-in Building Supervisor is a key role at IRCOM House Inc. sharing strong technical, communication and people skills in caring for the housing environment and the tenants. This individual provides trusted support, timely, hands-on maintenance expertise, and practical information to tenant families and helps ensure that each family feels welcomed, safe and comfortable in their new home.
With guidance, support and supervision from the Housing Manager, the Live-in Building Supervisor will undertake the following duties and responsibilities:
  • Building and Grounds Maintenance (55%)
  • Staff Supervision and Training (10%)
  • Contract, Records and Inventory Management (10%)
  • Tenant Education, Support and Relationship Development (10%)
  • Health, Fire & Safety Management (10%)
  • Team & Inter-Departmental Support (5%)
Hours of work: This is a full-time, permanent, live-in position with 24 hour on call responsibilities.
Wage: $18.17/hour
Benefits: Rent free, on site 1, 2, or 3 bedroom housing provided (depending on family size)*
Paid water, electricity and gas utilities*
Group Insurance benefits (after successful 3 month probation)
Applications will be reviewed on January 04, 2021 and will be accepted until a suitable candidate is found. To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter to:
Live-in Building Supervisor Selection Committee 95 Ellen Street Winnipeg, Manitoba R3A 1S8 Email: [email protected] Fax: 204 – 943 – 4810

Regional Director, Vancouver Coastal Burnaby, BC

Our Operations Branch works with non-profit societies and co-operatives, government, community agencies, tenants and advocacy groups to ensure BC Housing delivers high-quality services and programs that are responsive to client needs. Responsible for developing and delivering social housing programs across the province, the Branch acts as funder and regulator in overseeing the administration of operating agreements with over 800 co-op and non-profit housing providers across the province. In addition, it oversees the administration and property management of provincially owned, directly managed social housing and group homes.

As Regional Director, Vancouver Coastal, you’ll be in charge of implementing the Commission’s housing portfolio programs and related support services within your assigned region, and managing the delivery of property management services for the housing portfolio. Reporting to the Associate Vice President, Operations, you’ll promote partnerships with community organizations and governments to provide appropriate social housing, as well as advise and guide both non-profit societies and co-operatives during housing development, and perform regular financial and operational reviews of their ongoing operations.

A persuasive communicator, negotiator and consensus builder, comfortable functioning in a multi-stakeholder, socio-political environment like ours, you’ll represent BC Housing in the Region, providing information on matters related to our housing programs and working closely with Commission and Ministry staff in the resolution of current and emerging regional issues. Given the scope and impact of this senior mandate, we’ll rely on you to develop long-range operational, financial and staffing plans to meet regional business objectives, prepare the annual budget, monitor expenditures and reallocate resources, as well as plan, organize and manage facility maintenance and improvement initiatives.

To view the Job Description and to apply for the role of Regional Director, Vancouver Costal visit https://www.bchousing.org/careers/current-opportunities.

Apply by January 21, 2021. When applying, please submit a cover letter and your application as a single Word or pdf file. Only applications submitted using the Online Recruitment System at www.bchousing.org/careers will be accepted.