Program Coordinator, Asset Building Programs

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Our programs are growing again! As a community economic development organization, SEED is a diverse workplace looking for people to help further develop innovative and responsive programming. We value candidates having experiences with living on a low level of income and working within inner-city communities.

SEED envisions a world where opportunities exist for all people and communities to realize their hopes. Its mission is to build strong communities and increase opportunities for people through financial empowerment programs and services.

Program Coordinator, Asset Building Programs Full Time – 1 Year Term with the prospect of extension

The Asset Building Program Coordinator will work with the Matched Savings programs, which works with people living on a low income to build their asset base and save for household necessities. The Asset Building Program Coordinator will be responsible for facilitating Money Management Training, delivering matched savings programs, and assisting the Access to Benefits department as needed. We are looking for someone with demonstrated experience in facilitation with adult learners, personal or professional knowledge of budgeting on a low income, and the provision of personalized support to individuals facing multiple barriers. The successful candidate will be a quick learner who is highly motivated, detail-oriented, and experienced in working with financially vulnerable community members.

This position requires flexibility to work evenings and weekends as required.

Salary range for this position starts at $43,611.00 annually.

The deadline for applications is 4:30 p.m. Friday, August 24th, 2018.

Submit cover letter and resume to:

SEED Winnipeg Inc.,
80 Salter Street, Winnipeg, MB, R2W 4J6.
Attention: Selection Committee
Email: info at 
Fax: (204) 927-9930

NOTE: SEED Winnipeg is an equal opportunity employer. Candidates are encouraged to self-identify in their cover letters.


24 Aug 2018
SEED Winnipeg
Winnipeg  Manitoba
Poverty Reduction