Are you an Indigenous expert in community housing?
Are you interested in helping to maintain and grow Indigenous community housing?
Do you have coaching and program management experience?
Join our team!
About the Centre
The Community Housing Transformation Centre works across Canada to ensure the transformation, sustainability and growth of community-housing services in order to achieve housing for all. We identify and facilitate the development of expertise, resources and promising practices for the sector. The Centre achieves its mission by helping community-housing providers (cooperatives and non-profit housing) and sector bodies (associations, federations, etc.) to find solutions to their financial and organizational challenges. To accomplish this, the Centre manages three granting funds totaling approximately $50 million.
The Centre will provide Indigenous youth with quality internship opportunities through work experience and relevant skill development. This will assist them by enabling their pursuit of longer-term employment in the community housing sector.
As part of a growing and dynamic pan-Canadian organization, the person sought will provide guidance, advice, feedback, and support to interns, serving variously as role model, advisor, advocate, and ally, depending on the specific goals and objectives negotiated with the interns.
Role and Responsibilities
- Ensure the internship is a meaningful learning experience.
- Develop learning objectives and goals with the interns.
- Develop supportive relationships through one-on-one coaching sessions.
- Effectively train interns and provide all necessary resources to achieve their learning outcomes.
- Monitor interns to ensure they are completing assigned duties.
- Evaluate interns’ progress and provide feedback on a regular basis.
- Provide opportunities for increased responsibility.
- Reporting to the Deputy Executive Director, maintain regular communication regarding program progress.
- Complete any necessary paperwork required for periodic monitoring of clients and maintain detailed list of client activities within program.
- Prepare outreach materials e.g., PowerPoint presentations to promote the program across Community Housing networks.
- Actively contribute to increase the Centre’s Strategic plan goals of supporting truth, reparations and reconciliation for the Indigenous people.
Education and Experience
- Bachelor’s degree (awarded by internship start date) or equivalent experience.
- Experience at the undergraduate, graduate, or professional level in advising, success coaching, leadership development, or similar services
- Comprehensive knowledge of or experience working in the community housing sector
- High degree of independence in the organization of work
- Rigorous in the achievement of objectives
- Knowledge of Microsoft Office 365 Suite
- Salary range: $70,000-$75,000
- One- or two-year contract or secondment, full-time
- Competitive compensation, group insurance, defined-benefit pension plan and other benefits
- Full-time telework with occasional meetings in Montréal
- Occasional travels
- Available as soon as possible.
Please send us your resume and cover letter in PDF format to email@example.com, indicating that you are applying for the Intern Supervisor/Coach position. Please note that we will carefully study all the files submitted to us, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
The Centre is committed to diversity and inclusion. We particularly encourage applications from candidates who are Indigenous, Black, Persons of Colour, persons from the LGBTQIA2S+ community and individuals living with disabilities.