Available Opportunity – Program Coordinator
CHIP (Communicaid for Hearing Impaired Persons) is a non-profit registered charity serving the anglophone community affected by hearing loss in and around Montreal. This community-based organization was built through the efforts of countless volunteers working thousands of hours over the last 35+ years.
Many of our team and board members are people affected by hearing loss. We understand and are concerned with the struggles and the difficulties that people with hearing issues often experience in their daily lives. We offer several programs and services to our members, including speechreading classes, community outreach, ALD and peer mentorship, and a resource centre.
Our organization currently has a full-time Program Coordinator opportunity available.
EDUCATION, KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL REQUIREMENTS:
- SCC, CRLT or Social work college DEC or 3 years experience in a relevant field
- Experience in community recreation
- Extensive knowledge and experience in Project Management and/or Program Management with a social or community focus
- Proven experience in fundraising
- Excellent ENGLISH oral and written communication skills. Bilingualism is an asset
- Proven organizational and time-management capabilities
- Detail oriented with the ability to take initiative to establish priorities, plan ahead and meet deadlines
- Creative problem solving and decision-making skills
- Professionalism, diplomacy and the ability to use sound judgement and discretion
- Experience in the use of the G Suite and Google apps
Reporting to the Executive Director, the Program Coordinator’s responsibilities may include, but are not limited to:
- Develop, implement, manage and support all aspects of CHIP’s Programs and Services
- Create impact evaluation planning tools and analyze data to write end of year reports with recommendations
- Hire, supervise, support and manage volunteers and program contractual staff
- Manage the programs’ budget and supplies
- Coordinate special activities and events with the Executive Director
- Collaborate with partners and the community to build relationships and raise CHIP’s profile
Interviews will start: As soon as possible
Start date: Orientation & Training mid-December, start early January
Priority for this position will be given to hard of hearing applicants. CHIP is committed to accommodating the accessibility needs of applicants throughout the recruitment process, and queries can be directed to the CHIP office at 514-488-5552 Ext. 6440.
We thank all applicants for sending in their CVs to firstname.lastname@example.org, however only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.