Social Enterprise Lead

Job Summary: Under the direction and guidance of the Director of Training and Social Enterprises, the Social Enterprise Lead supervises and leads Aunt Leah’s Thrift Store Team and Aunt Leah’s Tree Lot team. The Lead is expected to work collaboratively as a team member to achieve strategic organizational objectives. The expectation of the Social Enterprise Lead is to expand, develop and grow the social enterprises, and move them into further financial sustainability. This role requires someone who can network, communicate, and develop relationships with community members while developing action plans and seeing them through.

Join our awesome team, our great culture, our amazing cause, and expand your Social Enterprise career to the next level! We would love to hear from you.

We have an exciting new leadership opportunity for a talented Social Enterprise Lead. This is a full time regular position.

The Social Enterprise Lead is responsible for all aspects of Aunt Leah’s Christmas Tree Lot, Aunt Leah’s Thrift Store and Aunt Leah’s Donations Center.

Bootstraps Program Coordinator

Aunt Leah’s is seeking an exceptional Coordinator for our Bootstraps Program to provide full time coverage for a pregnancy/parental leave from July 2020 to approximately December 2021. This is a wonderful opportunity for the right person to make a meaningful difference in the lives of our program participants.

Job Summary: This is a leadership position to oversee, manage and expand Aunt Leah’s Place’s (ALP) current Bootstraps program to implement a new level of programing, funded through the Province of British Columbia, represented by the Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills and Training to plan and Skills Link Federal Funding develop and implement the Employment of Youth from Care program. The objective of the Program is to increase the labour force participation and reduce the unemployment rate of Young Adults at Risk in British Columbia facing barriers to Employment.

The key areas of this position include Leadership and supervision of the Bootstraps Team and ensuring program meets funding deliverables which include monthly reporting and ongoing communications with Provincial and Federal funding officers.

Bootstraps Program: Bootstraps works with youth in and from care to identify goals and remove barriers to employment. Working collaboratively with Aunt Leah’s wrap-around services youth in and from care will have the opportunity to advance skills and be placed with engaged employers as they move forward toward their chosen career path.

Relief Staff

Aunt Leah’s Place is an innovative non-profit organization that helps prevent children in foster care from becoming homeless, and mothers in need from losing custody of their children. We are excited to post that we are actively recruiting for relief staff at Aunt Leah’s House, which is a group home for teen moms who are in government care.

If you are interested to be a part of some upstream work that supports young moms learn how to parent and end the cycle of ministry care, then this job might be for you. It is an excellent opportunity to get experience in the field, as well as working towards permanent employment with Aunt Leah’s Place.

Successful Candidates will have the availability to take shifts during the work week as well as weekends, have Post-secondary or equivalent education with experience in providing support to moms/babies or a relevant combination of education and experience combined with general suitability.

Job Type: Relief position – casual, on call

Special Services Youth Worker – Full Time

Aunt Leah’s Place is a non-profit organization that helps prevent children in foster care from becoming homeless and mothers in need from losing custody of their children. To support youth on their journey to self-sufficiency, we provide supported housing, job training, and coaching on essential life skills.

We have a full time regular opportunity: for day shift with variable hours including flexibility for weekends.

Job Summary: Works in a one-to-one capacity developing reliable, consistent supporting relationships and assisting youth in the Support Link Program on their journey to growth and self-sufficiency with one of the many goals being that of preventing homelessness. Works within a semi-independent living residential setting to provide a variety of support services such as conflict resolution, counselling, crisis intervention, supervision and transportation to youth with moderate to severe behavioral issues. From a strengths based approach and intervention will work to identify strengths, issues and areas of risks. Develops and implements short-term and long term goals and strategies within program guidelines.

To Apply

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