The Co-operative Housing Federation of Canada (CHF Canada) is now recruiting to hire a Program Manager (Manitoba). Reporting to the Director, Corporate Affairs, the Program Manager is responsible for member recruitment and liaison in the province, delivery of local services to members, and external relations with external organizations in Manitoba. S/he supports CHF Canada's regional governing bodies and assists in the management of the office and its finances.
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NECRC-PATH Resource Centre is a non-profit organization that provides employment supports and services to a diverse group of clients. We are seeking a Workshop Facilitator/Job Coach who will be responsible for assessing employment needs related to multi-barriered clients, designing and delivering Employment Readiness and Life skills workshops, and managing and maintaining a caseload of job seekers.
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The 2007 Gathering Planning Team is very pleased to announce that both youth actors and directors of the award winning Saskatchewan Native Theatre Company will be presenting as the opening keynote speakers. With a CED and social enterprise strategy, SNTC uses theatre as an effective tool for development as well as a vehicle that nurtures and supports individuals and communities in their healing journey.And plan to stay for the full day as the closing plenary will be something truly unique. From 4:00 to 4:30, we will finish the full day of networking, learning, sharing, and planning with a celebratory and mood-lifting session with Rolande Kirouac that will be sure to send you on your way feeling better than ever!So make sure to mark your calendars for November 23 at St. John's High School in Winnipeg's North End, from 8:00 to 4:30. And make sure to be there at 8:00 for registration so that you don't miss a minute of SNTC's opening presentation! Online registration for the Gathering, and the more than 30 workshops, will be available within days. Watch for it!ONLINE registration open now!
School of Health & Human Services
Competition # 59-07/08
Salary: $48,890 to $72,626 per annum
Educational Supplement: Masters degree $2,500 per annum; PhD $5,000 per annum
Many communities in Canada are using community economic development (CED) to successfully combat socioeconomic decline and build strong community-based organizations that contribute to citizen participation and the cultural diversity of their communities. CED refers to holistic, community-led approaches to building stronger communities.