Development manager (permanent full-time)
Participates in the development of projects by planning, implementing and evaluating initiatives to further the Centre’s mandate; Prepares project papers for discussion with potential funding sources and/or partners and/or governments at all jurisdictional levels; Carries out research studies and activities with colleagues at the Centre and within housing sector associations and networks; Prepares statistical reports and impact analyses
We are hiring: Regional energy coach
Background The Community Housing Transformation Centre was founded by a pan-Canadian network of organizations that represent and serve the needs of Canada’s community housing sector. The Community Housing Transformation Centre works with housing organizations across the country to drive transformation, sustainability and growth in community housing. Regional energy coaching The Community Housing Transformation Centre is working with the Federation of Canadian Municipalities to support the...
We are hiring: Indigenous Interns
Are you an Indigenous person interested in Indigenous community housing? Are you a recent graduate or just starting a career in community housing? Would you like to develop your leadership skills? Become an intern at The Centre!
Meet Solange Garçon: the wizard behind the Centre’s curtain
Solange Garcon, the Centre’s executive assistant, is also its indefatigable heart. Brilliant, versatile and resourceful, she seems to have her helping hand in every file. Solange meets and exceeds the many demands of the Centre staff and keeps the machine running smoothly, like an ace mechanic. Despite her discrete profile, Solange exerts a giant influence on all occasions. Today we are shining a spotlight on our bright, versatile and modest Solange, even though she’d rather stay behind the...
CHRA and the Centre to Co-Host a Consultation Session on Rapid Housing Initiative
The Rapid Housing Initiative (RHI) was first announced by the federal government in September 2020 as a program that would provide $1 billion in funding to build new modular housing and acquire properties that could be converted to affordable housing. Half of the $1 billion was allocated to 16 municipalities, and the other half was available to community housing providers via an application process that closed on December 31, 2020. Over the fall, the Canadian Housing & Renewal...
Lisa Ker joins Canada’s dynamic Community Housing Transformation Centre
As the Community Housing Transformation Centre enters its second year of operations, we are proud to announce that Lisa Ker,former executive director of Ottawa Salus, has joined the Centre in the newly created role of deputy executive director.
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