Regional Director of Employment & Training

Open Door Group (Vancouver BC, Canada) 29 days ago

Regional Director of Employment & Disability Services

Salary Range: Competitive salary with benefits
Hours of Work: 36 per week
Days of Work: Monday - Friday
Days Off: Saturday, Sunday
Date Posted: March 2nd, 2021
Competition Closing Date: March 9th, 2021
Internal Posting Location: [...] Date: ASAP
Status: Permanent, Full-Time
Work Area: Vancouver, BC

About Open Door Group

Open Door Group is a non-profit organization that has been serving communities across British Columbia since 1976.  Today, we continue to provide tailored employment services to individuals and businesses to build strong workforce ecosystems and thriving communities.

Certified as a Great Place to Work™, and ranked as one of the Top 50 Employers in BC in 2020, we pride ourselves on modeling a culture of authenticity and transparency. Our core values are based on the genuine belief that all individuals have the ability to succeed and are the drivers of their own success, and we aim to support lifelong learning and career success for the people we serve, as well as our employees.

As a Certified Living Wage Employer, Open Door Group strives to offer competitive wages and benefits for our staff. All permanent staff at Open Door Group receive a comprehensive, 100% employer-paid benefits package, a municipal pension plan, and supplemental benefits including earned days off and ongoing professional development. Open Door Group also offers an Employee and Family Assistance program to support the well-being of each of our staff.

Position Summary

Under the direction of the Chief Operating Officer, the Program Director is responsible for the operational excellence of Open Door Group’s (ODG) regional/local programs by ensuring effective and efficient delivery of programs, services, quality control and evaluation. The Program Director will be the external face of ODG in regional/local communities, along with being the key decision-maker for ODG on regional/local governance and planning committees. Lastly, the Program Director will support the development of high-performing teams through effective management and development of local managers/coordinators/associate program directors, and through being an organizational connector, linking ODG’s organizational culture and goals with leadership and program staff. 

Core Functions/Responsibilities

Core Function: Financial and Program Performance

  • Annually define output, outcome, QA targets and expectations for Associate Program Directors and/or Managers that need to be achieved by each program area/location/service.
  • Submit monthly program, financial, quality assurance monthly reports to COO as per “Program and Financial Reporting” document.
  • Submit monthly reports on employer engagement and community/marketing to COO as per “EE & Community Report”.   

Core Function: Government Relations, Reporting, and Compliance

  • Complete and submit Annual Business/project plans for review.
  • Prepare and submit annual and semi-annual business/project plans for internal review and approval. Submit approved plans to government funders in a timely manner.
  • Submit annual, quarterly, and monthly financial reports to government funders as per the “Contracting and Reporting Requirements” document.
  • Prepare/participate in ODG/government financial and quality assurance reviews and submit reports on results and action plans to address any deficiencies.
  • Act as official spokesperson and decision-maker on local/regional government, or health authority, governance committee/meetings.

Core Function: High Performing Program Management and Program Staff

  • Provide support, guidance, and mentoring to local management teams.
  • Develop and implement strategies to improve GPTW results.
  • Act as a connector between program operations and senior leadership, linking programs with organizational culture and goals. Expectations are to attend meetings with program staff once a month.
  • Ongoing 1) formal meetings and informal connection, 2) monthly performance reviews; and 3) quarterly evaluation with APDS/managers/coordinators.
  • Report on results of an improvement in QA deficiencies as identified by the BIQA manager.
  • Allocate and reallocate staff resources to maximize program effectiveness and efficiencies.
  • Implementation of new or changed policy, frameworks, processes, etc.
  • Hire, schedule, evaluate, develop, discipline, terminate and supervise staff who supervise other staff.
  • May directly supervise program staff.

Core Function: Community Development & Stakeholder Relations

  • Act as organizational spokesperson on ODG, local and regional planning/coordinating committees.
  • Increase ODG presence and reputation by participating on local planning and regional coordinating committees.

Core Function: Governance

  • Chair, conduct and review performance with partners and subcontractors at quarterly governance meetings.
  • Address issues/concerns to facilitate strong and supportive relationships with service delivery partners and subcontractors. 

Core Function: Competitive Advantage

  • Stay abreast and report on market and competitor developments and on growth opportunities and report these to the COO.
  • Identify product, service, supply chain, and distribution areas for innovation.

Qualifications and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Social Science, Social Work, or Health Administration
  • Unrestricted driver’s license and use of a motor vehicle.

Experience & Knowledge

  • 7-10 years experience in progressively higher level managerial and supervisory roles.
  • Demonstrated experience in developing high-performance leadership and program delivery teams.
  • Demonstrated experience in the development and delivery of employment programs and services.
  • Demonstrated ability to write clear and concise reports.
  • Demonstrated analytical, planning, and organizational skills and experience.
  • Demonstrated experience using computer applications including CRM and Office 365 applications.
  • Strong interpersonal skills including tact, diplomacy, and flexibility to work effectively with leadership, staff, government officials, and the general public.

How to Apply

. Please do not submit your application by emailing us.

Open Door Group values diversity and is committed to providing an inclusive work environment. We are looking for qualified individuals who represent, at all job levels, the diversity of the people we serve and encourage applications from Indigenous peoples, individuals of all genders and sexual orientation, origin and ethnic affiliations, disability, age, and religion.

We strive to ensure an accessible experience for candidates. If you require an alternative method to submit your application, please email us or contact us toll-free at 1 866 377 3670 and ask to speak with an HR representative.

Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.  Thank you for your interest in joining the Open Door Group team!

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