Full-time Position – 1-year Term (with potential for longer)
Director of Healing Programs
The Director of Healing Programs is a key member of the Senior Leadership Team in the organization. As an experienced, dynamic, creative and self-motivated professional you endeavor to support our organization through managing programs focused on the prevention of violence, sexual exploitation, as well as programs supporting 2SMMIWG families, and Harm Reduction.
You will also collaborate with coalitions, relative organizations, community driven initiatives, media messaging and advocacy with in the community.
Coaching – engages in structured employee supports and works for excellent employee performance
Managing Performance – identifies employee strengths and challenges, provides direction and follow up, support
Innovative – able to think outside the box in order to develop creative and new solutions and supports
Accountability – takes ownership of personal and employee workload, meets deadlines, excellent attendance
Project Management – sets goals, objectives, work plans, delegates, manages budgets and deliverables
Fiscal and Resource Management – manages Human Resources, materials and supplies, budgets, projections
Strategic Thinking – analyzes and interprets the strategic directions, vision, mandate, values, objectives
Research and Analysis – uses information, finds opportunities, secures funding
Time Management – balances a myriad of tasks, meets deadlines, prioritizes duties
Communication – excellent written and verbal ability, proposal and report writing experience
Collaboration – creates and foster an environment of sharing ideas, working with other organizations, team participation
Qualifications and Experience:
Post-Secondary education in a relevant field or equivalent combination of education and experience
At least three (3) years of direct management or supervisory experience
Knowledge base in traditional Indigenous culture, spirituality and traditions
Understands the importance of working with individuals from a decolonizing and anti-oppression approach, with a gender based and sex positive analysis;
Experience in developing community based programs and forming community partnerships
Ability to manage programs inclusive of planning, administration, staffing, and reporting
Experience in designing, implementing, evaluating and reporting on Project Management
Extensive case management experience
Experience in managing, coaching and supporting diverse teams
Ability to read, analyze and interpret detailed reports, financial documents, funding agreements and prepare and/or review draft communications
A well-defined sense of discretion, including sound judgment and the ability to maintain a high level of confidentiality
Attention to detail with the ability to follow through and deliver results in a timely manner
Deeply attuned to, and aware of, the executive strategic goals and objectives and supports with their achievement through sound judgement and decision making
Ability to manage multiple projects and tasks under tight deadlines
Superior computer skills with MS Office software, particularly Word, PowerPoint, Publisher, Excel, Outlook and very conversant with social media platforms.
Candidates are required to provide a current Criminal Record Check, Child Abuse Registry Self-Check, valid driver’s license, access to a vehicle and a clear driver’s abstract.
Ka Ni Kanichihk is committed to achieving employment equity, therefore encourage applicants to self-declare in Cover letter if Indigenous (First Nation includes Status, Treaty or Non-Status, Metis and Inuit).
Cover Letter and Resume for this position will be received up to July 1, 2022 at 4pm.
Please forward your Cover letter and Resume to:
Human Resource Administrator
Ka Ni Kanichihk Inc.
455 McDermot Ave.
Winnipeg, MB R3A 0B5
Fax # (204) 953-5824
Ka Ni Kanichihk thanks all applicants, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.