Executive Director Job Posting
Boundary Women’s Coalition (BWC) is seeking an Executive Director
who has a strong passion for supporting women and children to live free from violence. The ideal candidate has management experience, an in depth understanding of issues impacting women, has experience in the non-profit sector, and is excited to lead and build on the capacity and assets of BWC.
Strategic Thinker: Display strategic thinking and leadership. Implement strategic priorities as set out by the Board while centering organizational vision, mission, and values. Use opportunities presented strategically while keeping the big picture in mind.
Effective Communicator: Create buy in. Communicate the organization’s priorities consistently and clearly. Keep Board appraised of information needed to make informed decisions. Use different and appropriate communication tools for different audiences and situations.
Foster Teamwork and Accountability: Work collaboratively, seek feedback and input. Provide support and supervision. Be ethical, transparent, and accountable. Hold others accountable for their actions while supporting growth and development.
Client Centered: Put clients at the centre of programming. Seek client feedback about quality and impact of services.
Engage the Community: Engage and work with stakeholders and community organizations. Keep members and donors apprised of the impact of their contributions. Share the success and impact of programs and services offered by BWC.
Sound Decision Making: Engage in critical thinking. Assess problems by gathering relevant information and addressing the causes not the symptoms. Communicate key issues and recommendations. Solve problems.
Plan and Organize: Manage time effectively. Plan and be organized with identified goals and an action plan to achieve them.
Act Ethically: Follow organizational code of conduct, know and practice ethical operational and financial practices. Make wellness and organizational health a priority.
Manage Change: Manage change effectively to improve organizational health.
Create a Culture of Learning: Assess and evaluate the effectiveness of services. Provide performance appraisals and feedback to staff and volunteers. Learn from best practices as well as mistakes. Adjust programming to meet the needs of clients more effectively. Nurture trust to create a learning organization.
Send your cover letter and resume in one pdf document indicating how you meet the qualifications to Interim Executive Director PANY.AGHILI@BWCBC.CA
Deadline for applications: September 26, 2021. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted.
BOUNDARY WOMEN’S TRANSITION HOUSE
Position: Casual/On Call Support Worker
Boundary Women’s Coalition is a non-profit organization providing services throughout the Boundary area to women and children affected by violence. Boundary Women’s Coalition is seeking applications for the position of Transition House Casual/On Call Support Worker.
Support Workers provide a range of supportive services, security, advocacy, information, education, crisis intervention and referrals to clients, and crisis line callers. This position involves shift work, including weekends and statutory holidays.
Send your resume and letter of interest indicating how you meet the qualifications to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for Applications: open until filled
Only short listed applicants will be contacted