Centre seeks Ontario program manager

Centre seeks Ontario program manager

Looking for a job where you wake up every day knowing that you’re helping fellow Canadians provide homes to those in need?

The Community Housing Transformation Centre is looking for a program manager to help us serve non-profit and co-op housing partners in the province of Ontario.

The Centre’s PMs assist groups to prepare applications for one of our three major grant programs, which in 2019-20 awarded $6.8 million for 107 unique projects aimed at strengthening and transforming the community-housing sector. For more details about joining a dynamic team, click here!

An essential part of the Centre’s mission is to connect and partner with community-housing leaders to promote sector-wide transformation.

That’s why we have created a Facebook Group called “Social housing • Logement social,”
where organizations, staff, volunteers — anyone interested in housing issues, in fact —
are encouraged to share news, promote their activities and to discuss the hot topics of the day.

Share the good news with your friends and colleagues. Sign up and contribute your own content and comments.
We look forward to seeing you there!

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