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Assistant Manager, Haven Family Support

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Job Order #: 6146241

NOC: 41300
Employer Name:
Haven Family Connections Incorporated
Wage/Salary Info:
$52,500 annually, higher depending on management experience
Posted Date:
# of Positions:
Employment Terms:
Full Time
Length of Employment:
University Bachelor's Degree
3-5 Years
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How to Apply?:
Send a resume and cover letter to For reference check, the successful candidate will need to provide references from direct supervisors in related work.

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Employer Name:
Haven Family Connections Incorporated
Contact Name:
Dionne Miazdyck-Shield
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Haven Family Support is an in-home support program for families who are struggling to overcome barriers to their success.  We seek to support parents through client focused service and advocacy in order to reduce family breakup.  We are currently seeking a full time, permanent Assistant Manager. This position is responsible for the daily management and program delivery of our voluntary community program, diversion. This position includes initial frontline work with families, including assessment of parenting needs and developing Parent-led goals. The successful candidate will have 3-5 years experience directly managing staff and direct experience with families who are at-risk. This position requires exceptional relationship, conflict resolution, problem solving and communication skills, and a proven ability in data collection and program evaluation. The chosen candidate will be able to demonstrate a comfort level with multi-tasking and managing competing deadlines. We are looking for a candidate with a vision for program improvement and a commitment to anti-oppressive practice.

Bachelor of Indigenous Social Work or Bachelor of Social Work
Minimum of 3-5 years of direct experience managing staff and projects
Knowledge of the TRC calls to action and the related impact on our work
Frontline experience working with families
Knowledge of harm reduction philosophies
Familiarity with legislation, programs and the Social Service Sector
Concrete understanding of program evaluation and data collection
Competency in computer skills/software

Staff management
Waitlist management
Case management and client advocacy
Program development and management
Assign, monitor and debrief with staff working with diversion families
Monitoring/Supervision of staff to ensure quality programing
Accurate data collection
Maintaining community partnership relationships

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