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Program Coordinator (RFT 1.0)

VON Canada - 333 Jobs
California, CA
Full-time - Permanent
Experienced
Posted 2 days ago

Requisition Details:

Employment Status: Regular, Full Time (1.0 FTE)
Program Name: Ontario Student Nutrition Program
Number of Hours Bi-Weekly: 75
Work Schedule: Days (Summer Layoff from July-August)
On-Call: No
Location(s): Travel throughout Grey-Bruce County
Job Summary:

The Community Development Coordinator is the first point of contact for student nutrition programs. This position works diligently with schools to ensure the smooth operation of their student nutrition programs. This position also works alongside local partnerships to develop and enhance relations with key stakeholders.

Key Responsibilities:
  • Conduct formal program assessments and provide support to local student nutrition programs.
  • Coordinate annual grant application process.
  • Facilitate implementation of Ministry Program Guidelines and best practice standards.
  • Establish support strategies to assist programs that are not meeting key quality standards.
  • Develop and coordinate the delivery of program training workshops for staff and volunteers.
  • Assist with securing additional funding/grant opportunities.
  • Foster good working relationships with key stakeholders and community partners.
  • Assist with volunteer recruitment and recognition.
  • Timely preparation and submission of data and reports.
  • Ensures the provision of cost-effective client services and programs.
  • Assesses clients for service needs, monitors service delivery and contributes to the development, evaluation and promotion of the program.
  • Develops and implements program plans to meet department needs.
  • Manages volunteers and staff within the program, taking the lead in volunteer orientation, training and in-services within the framework of VON Quality Management standards.
  • Maintains regular engagement with clients and other health partners to ensure programs meet community needs.
  • Functions as a primary support contact between clients, health professionals, community support and internal team members.
  • Tracks and reports the result of program plans and team efforts on a timely basis to the relevant supervisor and internal stakeholders.
  • Supports financial accountability within assigned programs by maintaining program budgets.
  • Creates and prepares financial and statistical trending reports VON and funder obligations and for program analysis.
  • Completes Disaster and Emergency Drills according to VON Disaster & Emergency program/policy.
  • Plans and participates in multi-disciplinary meetings as required.
  • Practices in accordance with the quality and risk management framework of VON Canada and Occupational Health and Safety legislation.
  • Participates in health and safety training including WHMIS and applies this knowledge in the workplace.
  • Ensures all workplace incidents are reported in a timely manner in accordance with legislation and VON policies and procedures for workplace injuries and incidents.

    External and Internal Relationships:

  • Timely communication and follow up with clients, and community partners/professionals as required.
  • Timely communication and follow up with internal staff

    Education, Designations and Experience:

  • Experience with non-profit coordination/management.
  • Experience with fundraising and relationship building.
  • Post Secondary Diploma in Health/Social Science discipline or the equivalent combination of qualifications/education.
  • 2-3 years of related experience in community and health-based care.
  • 1-2 years of experience in program planning and evaluation is an asset.
  • Experience in volunteer administration an asset.
  • Experience or understanding of the not-for-profit healthcare environment is an asset.

    Skill Requirements:

  • Proven organization skills to ensure priorities and deadlines are met in a fast-paced, informal and constantly-evolving environment.
  • Public speaking and relationship-building skills
  • Demonstrated commitment to working in an environment with high confidentiality and discretion.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of the social and health care services network and community resources, as well as a proven ability to build strong relationships within the community.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Able to work both independently and within a team.
  • Strong organizational skills with an ability to prioritize, multi-task and handle competing deadlines.
  • Strong customer service skills.
  • Ability to problem solve and adjust to rapidly changing priorities in a deadline.
  • Proficiency in Windows OS and MS Office Suite programs.
  • Must demonstrate attention to detail.

    Other:

  • Must have personal vehicle and possess both a current driver's license and proof of vehicle insurance.
  • A current and original copy of a satisfactory Criminal Records Check is required.
  • A Vulnerable Sector Search and/or Child Abuse Registry Check may be required.
  • Ability to speak French is an asset in French Designated areas.
  • The use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) may be required

Work Conditions and Physical Capabilities: fast-paced environment; attention to detail; lift and carry using appropriate lifting techniques; walk, sit, stand, and climb stairs; grip and fine hand movements.

VON Canada is committed to meeting the needs of persons with disabilities and to providing accessibility accommodations for candidates who require them. If you are in need of accessibility support, please visit our website at http://www.von.ca/en/accessibility for further details.

Competition Number: 38301
Company Website: http://von.ca
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VON Canada has been leading care at home for over 125 years. Today, we are a highly-trusted non-profit organization that works with our clients, employees, volunteers and partners to provide innovative clinical, personal and social support to people who want the comfort and peace of mind of living in their own homes and communities.

Our 6,300 employees and 6,500 volunteers deliver a wide range of vital health and wellness services, helping people remain healthy and at home for as long as possible.

With the help of our funders, donors, volunteers and committed staff, we offer dozens of programs and services across Ontario and Nova Scotia that provide real hands-on help to seniors, children, youth and adults who need extra support. We help Canadians stay healthy, live well and remain active. And, together with our clients and their families, we contribute to the health and improved quality of life of Canadians in their homes and communities, where they want to be.

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