We are looking to fill two new exciting contract positions – Please apply by August 12, 2022
Are you looking for a challenging and fulfilling position centered around ensuring the smooth delivery of essential programming to women and families in Southeast Manitoba? Are you passionate about providing support to survivors of domestic abuse through effective and efficient services?
Reporting to the Executive Director or their designate, the Clinical Supervisor will plan, implement and assess programs that provide services for our clients who are experiencing family violence/abuse. This role ensures that counselling staff and programs operate within the Agape House Policies and Procedures and the Standards Manual for Women’s Shelters. The Clinical Supervisor works within a team environment to ensure counselling, protection planning, education, referrals, advocacy and case management all adhere to the established standards and best practices.
- Aiding and instructing staff in applying appropriate counselling skills
- Provide case management support, including reviewing client case files and ensuring accurate and complete documentation
- Program development and evaluation, including strategic operational planning and compiling statistical reports
- Maintain clear and consistent procedures to support smooth functioning of client services and review documentation to ensure compliance
- Establish trusting relationships with clients based on mutual respect and provide direct services
- Provide feedback and direction to counselling staff as required
- Maintain excellent relationships with external agencies and stakeholders, as well as positively represent Agape House and its values to the community
- Other duties as assigned by the Executive Director
- Master’s Degree in the Human Services sector (or equivalent combination of education and experience)
- 2 years of experience in a 24/7 residential facility
- 2 years of experience working within the family violence sector
- 3 years of supervisory-related experience
- Excellent interpersonal communication and conflict resolution skills
- Familiarity with Microsoft Office and ability to learn other database programs
- Demonstrated ability to take initiative, display leadership and work constructively within a team
- Good time management skills, workload organization, and flexibility to meet the needs of a 24- hour facility
- Satisfactory Adult and Child Abuse Registry and Criminal Record Check
Hours of Work:
This position is a full-time grant-funded term ending on March 31, 2023, with the potential to be extended.
Are you interested in a meaningful, people-centered role that works to gain the funding needed for a non-profit to continually provide critical services to survivors of domestic abuse? Do you enjoy making successful ongoing connections and relationships with people and community agencies?
Reporting to the Executive Director or their designate, the Fundraiser is responsible for the successful raising of funds to advance the mission of Agape House, while displaying our values of Respect, Compassion, Confidentiality and Integrity. This role includes researching and applying for potential grant opportunities. The Fundraiser works within the Agape House team in a collaborative manner to develop and reach fundraising goals, as well as plan community fundraising and outreach events. This role is responsible for building excellent relationships with donors and stakeholders through consistent and positive engagement.
- Research prospective grants and write grant applications
- Maintain existing funding initiatives and donor databases
- Research new funding opportunities, including corporate or third-party fundraising
- Develop fundraising strategies that reflect the values of Agape House and maintain awareness of the work accomplished by our organization
- Plan and execute fundraising and community engagement events, such as our Annual General Meeting
- Create and maintain lasting positive relationships with other agencies, donors, and community members
- Produce and deliver verbal and digital presentations on the positive impact of Agape House to various audiences
- Work alongside the Executive Director and leadership team and regularly apprise them of fundraising initiatives and progress
- 3-5 years of experience in fundraising, sales, marketing, public relations or administration (or equivalent combination of education, training and experience)
- Knowledge of Grant Advance database an asset
- Demonstrated knowledge of the non-profit sector
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills, exceptional customer service attitude
- Strong knowledge of budget management, procurement and financial reports
- Experience with word-processing software, such as creating spreadsheets, reports, and learning new databases
- Effective organizational and multitasking skills with a proactive attitude and the ability to work independently
Hours of Work:
This position is a .8 FTE grant-funded term, ending on March 31, 2023, with the potential to be extended.
Interested applicants are invited to apply with resume and cover letter and salary expectations to the attention of Tracy Whitby, firstname.lastname@example.org by August 12, 2022
Applicants who are women, Indigenous persons, persons from a minority group, Newcomers/refugees, members of the 2SLGBTQ+ community, those with disabilities, and members of other equity-seeking groups are welcome and encouraged to apply. Candidates are encouraged to self-declare at the time of application.
Thank you for your interest in this opportunity with Agape House-Eastman Crisis Centre. Agape House wishes to thank all candidates for their interest, but only those considered for an interview will be contacted.