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Program Manager
Job ID: 14577
Start Date: N/A
Wage: TBD
Hours: 35
Duties: The Program Manager is responsible for managing assigned programs and staff. The Program Manager will work in both our Courtenay and Campbell River locations. As Program Manager, you will work with a number of our housing programs including: The Station, Barnett House, and our Housing Assistance Program. You will also work in conjunction with the Program Manager of The Junction. This position includes a comprehensive 100% employer-paid benefit package, enrolment in our defined-benefit pension, the Municipal Pension Plan, and four weeks of paid vacation. Program Manager will: Reporting to the Executive Director, the Program Manager is responsible for managing a geographic area of operations and/or assigned programs of the Society, including residential programs, housing programs, youth justice programs, community social service programs, and substance use programs. The Program Manager determines priorities, allocates resources, oversees client intake, ensures service quality, provides clinical and case supervision, supervises staff and contracted resources, and assists with the hiring process. Plans and manages the provision of designated programs and services for the assigned geographic and/or program areas, ensuring effective delivery of programs in accordance with program objectives and within the approved budget, and develops and oversees the implementation of new programs and services within the assigned geographic and/or program areas. For complete details please visit
Requirements: University degree at a Master’s level in a discipline relevant to the work of the position plus progressively more responsible experience, including responsibility for operational management of programs and services. Appropriate professional certification is an asset. Knowledge of government and accreditation standards, applicable legislation and policies, issues surrounding the treatment and management of agency client groups (including child protection, youth justice, addictions, and mental health) the provincial justice system, child welfare and health systems, other community and government support services for youth, and other related organizations and agencies. Understanding of the culture in which the organization operates, the mandates of contracting and referring authorities, and ability to work effectively in a multi-disciplinary environment. For complete details please visit
Company: John Howard Society
Contact: Alisha Mclain
Address: 140
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