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Director, Resource Development

 

Massey Centre (“the Centre”) is an award-winning, accredited Children’s Mental Health Centre that is a multi-service, non-profit, unionized, community agency located in the east end of Toronto. The Centre is committed to nurturing empowerment, independence and growth for young pregnant and parenting women, children and families in a non-judgmental, inclusive environment by providing a residential care and treatment program; supportive transitional housing; on-site high school program, community housing support and referral services; and maternal infant mental health programs and services. We do this by working collaboratively as a multi-disciplinary team with community partners to provide holistic programs and support that respond to mental health, education and transitional needs. The Centre is the lead EarlyON Child and Family Centre agency in the Toronto-Danforth riding and also operates an Early Learning Centre. All the programs and services are open to families, young women and their children living in the broader community.
 

Position
 

Reporting to the CEO, the Director, Resource Development directs the development and execution of all resource development (fundraising and volunteer/student) activities including the plan to achieve the fundraising goals in support of Massey Centre’s mission, vision, and strategic objective.

The Director, Resource Development will identify, research, cultivate, solicit and steward long-term philanthropic relationships with key foundations, individuals, and corporate leaders, lead the annual fundraising campaign and other fundraising initiatives. He/she will support the delivery of the volunteer/student program.
 

Responsibilities
• Lead the development of the annual fundraising and communications plan
• Coordinate all aspects of a comprehensive fundraising program including foundations, foundations, major gifts, corporate, direct mail, online giving, planned giving, churches/clubs/associations, tribute giving, donor stewardship, and the related administrative, communications and marketing
• Lead, influence and maintain relationships with donors and other stakeholders
• Prepare funding proposals, letter of inquiry, and other communication materials to donors, prospects, etc.
• Responsible for all components of the Annual Report, Newsletters and social media
• Ensure compliance with all organizational policies, procedures, and fundraising regulations, and best practices
• Prepare and monitors the annual fundraising budget
• Monitors and reports on fundraising performance to ensure the achievement of annual revenue goals
• Ensures the recruitment, orientation, support and recognition of program volunteers
 

Qualifications
• Postsecondary degree in a related field; CFRE designation or working towards designation is an asset
• 5+ years of comprehensive experience and success in resource development (fundraising and volunteer/student development)
• Excellent organizational, time management skills and ability to establish priorities
• Positive track record in building and maintaining effective relationships with senior executives, donors and staff
• Positive track record in raising funds through major gifts, annual giving and special events
• Analytical capabilities with ability to implement actions quickly to maximize results
• Excellent communications skills – written, verbal, presentation
• High level of integrity, confidentiality, and accountability
• Strong work ethic and positive team attitude
• Sound analytical thinking, planning, prioritization, and execution skills to achieve financial goals
• Well-defined sense of diplomacy, including solid problem-identification, problem-solving, and people-management skills
• Passionate, energetic, and motivated professional to handle demanding and challenging opportunity
• Must be available to work some evenings/weekends
 

Qualified applicants should send their cover letter and resume by April 24, 2018 to:
Human Resources
Massey Centre
1102 Broadview Avenue
Toronto, ON M4K 2S5
Fax: 416-425-4056
or
Email: hr@massey.ca (please quote “Director, Resource Development” in the subject line)
 

The Centre offers a dynamic work environment and career advancement opportunities. The successful candidate must have a negative criminal reference check and vulnerable sector screening as a condition of employment.
 

In accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code, Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, and the Massey Centre’s Accommodation Policy, accommodation will be provided in all parts of the hiring process. Please make your needs known in advance.
 

Massey Centre encourages applications from persons who represent the diverse populations we serve.
We thank all applicants, however, only those we select for interview will be contacted.
 

Residential Counsellor, Night

 

Massey Centre (“the Centre”) is an award-winning, accredited Children’s Mental Health Centre that is a multi-service, non-profit, unionized, community agency located in the east end of Toronto. The Centre is committed to nurturing empowerment, independence and growth for young pregnant and parenting women, children and families in a non-judgmental, inclusive environment by providing a residential care and treatment program; supportive transitional housing; on-site high school program, community housing support and referral services; and maternal infant mental health programs and services. We do this by working collaboratively as a multi-disciplinary team with community partners to provide holistic programs and support that respond to mental health, education and transitional needs. The Centre is the lead EarlyON Child and Family Centre agency in the Toronto-Danforth riding and also operates an Early Learning Centre. All the programs and services are open to families, young women and their children living in the broader community.
 

Massey Centre has a new full time Residential Counsellor, Night, opening in the Residential and Transitional Housing Program to support an exciting initiative Baby & Me: Our Home which addresses the housing needs of the young mothers and their babies.
 

The Residential Counsellor, Night, will provide client supervision to residents in the Residential and Transitional Housing Programs, with specific attention to life-skills training and preparation for independent living
 

Position: Residential Counsellor, Night
 

Term: Permanent Full-time (40 hours/week)
 

Rate of Pay: $41,149.90 per annum
 

Department: Residential and Transitional Housing Program
 

Reports to: Manager, Integrated Residential and Transitional Housing Program
 

Qualification:
• Child and Youth Worker Diploma or related Bachelor’s degree
• Current Standard First Aid, CPR and CPI
• At least three (3) years related experience.
• General knowledge of the developmental needs of infants, children and youth
• Excellent interpersonal and conflict resolution skills
• Ability to work as part of team as well as independently
• Good communication skills
• Ability to write and document clearly and concisely
• Ability to work using a collaborative approach
• Knowledge of the Child and Family Services Act Legislation in residential settings.
• Knowledge of group dynamics and behavior management
• Awareness and experience of cultural diversity
• Proficient with word processing, data collection systems and email software.
• Bilingualism (French and English) is an asset
 

Working Condition:
• Shift work – night
• Physical demands – lifting, walking, climbing stairways, bending, carrying items as required by program needs (e.g., lifting a child under in the care of the program).
 

Closing Date: April 24, 2018; 5:00 p.m.
 

The Centre offers a dynamic work environment and career advancement opportunities. The successful candidate must have a negative criminal reference check and vulnerable sector screening as a condition of employment.
 

In accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code, Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, and the Massey Centre’s Accommodation Policy, accommodation will be provided in all parts of the hiring process. Please make your needs known in advance.
 

Massey Centre encourages applications from persons who represent the diverse populations we serve.
 

Qualified applicants should send their cover letter and resume by the closing date to:
 

Human Resources
Massey Centre
1102 Broadview Avenue
Toronto, ON M4K 2S5
Fax: 416-425-4056
OR
Email: hr@massey.ca (please quote “Residential Counsellor, Night” in the subject line)
 

We thank all applicants, however, only those we select for interview will be contacted.
 

Social Worker, RTHP

 

Massey Centre (“the Centre”) is an award-winning, accredited Children’s Mental Health Centre that is a multi-service, non-profit, unionized, community agency located in the east end of Toronto. The Centre is committed to nurturing empowerment, independence and growth for young pregnant and parenting women, children and families in a non-judgmental, inclusive environment by providing a residential care and treatment program; supportive transitional housing; on-site high school program, community housing support and referral services; and maternal infant mental health programs and services. We do this by working collaboratively as a multi-disciplinary team with community partners to provide holistic programs and support that respond to mental health, education and transitional needs. The Centre is the lead EarlyON Child and Family Centre agency in the Toronto-Danforth riding and also operates an Early Learning Centre. All the programs and services are open to families, young women and their children living in the broader community.
 

Massey Centre has a new full time Social Worker opening in the Residential and Transitional Housing Program to support an exciting initiative Baby & Me: Our Home which addresses the housing needs of the young mothers and their babies.
 

The Social Worker will work within their full scope of practice as part of a multidisciplinary team and within the context of a client-centred Children’s Mental Health Centre environment. They will work collaboratively with an inter-disciplinary team of program staff to build therapeutic relationships with pregnant and parenting adolescents and their infants/children, conduct life skills, attachment and child development assessments, develop plans of care, deliver interventions, programs and make appropriate internal or community referrals.
 

Position: Social Worker, RTHP
 

Term: Permanent Full-time (40 hours/week)
 

Rate of Pay: $50,844.31 per annum
 

Department: Residential and Transitional Housing Program
 

Reports to: Manager, Integrated Residential and Transitional Housing Program
 

Qualification:
• Bachelor’s degree in Social Work (BSW) or equivalent
• Registered Social Worker (RSW) and member in good standing with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers
• At least 3 years’ experience working in the mental health/social services field, including recent experience in adolescent, infant and early childhood mental health counseling and case management
• Demonstrated excellence in current assessment, psychotherapy, and psychosocial counselling techniques
• Demonstrated knowledge of residential and transitional housing, mental health care facilities and community support systems, service and agencies
• Demonstrated ability to develop, implement, monitor, measure and evaluate treatment, education, counselling and health promotion programs/services outcomes for individuals, couples, families and the community
• Demonstrated ability to work independently and in an interdisciplinary team
• Excellent verbal and writing communication skills
• Bilingualism (French and English) is an asset
• Experience in working with diverse, marginalized and street involved pregnant teens and young mothers.
• Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills
• Knowledge of infant mental health, brief treatment approaches with trauma informed approaches, Interpersonal Psychotherapy and Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction an asset
• Knowledge and understanding of the Child and Family Services Act, Mental Health Act and other relevant legislations; experience in attending or contributing towards court cases, report writing an asset
 

Working Condition:
• The Social Workers in the Residential and Transitional Housing Programs will share the client caseloads and provide backup coverage for each other.
• Shift work or rotated shifts with occasional overtime
• Work is performed primarily in a standard office environment
• Physical demands light
 

Closing Date: April 24, 2018; 5:00 p.m.
 

The Centre offers a dynamic work environment and career advancement opportunities. The successful candidate must have a negative criminal reference check and vulnerable sector screening as a condition of employment.
 

In accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code, Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, and the Massey Centre’s Accommodation Policy, accommodation will be provided in all parts of the hiring process. Please make your needs known in advance.
 

Massey Centre encourages applications from persons who represent the diverse populations we serve.
 

Qualified applicants should send their cover letter and resume by the closing date to:

Human Resources
Massey Centre
1102 Broadview Avenue
Toronto, ON M4K 2S5
Fax: 416-425-4056
OR
Email: hr@massey.ca (please quote “Social Worker, RTHP, Full-time” in the subject line)
 

We thank all applicants, however, only those we select for interview will be contacted.
 

Maintenance Worker

 

Massey Centre (“the Centre”) is an award-winning, accredited Children’s Mental Health Centre that is a multi-service, non-profit, unionized, community agency located in the east end of Toronto. The Centre is committed to nurturing empowerment, independence and growth for young pregnant and parenting women, children and families in a non-judgmental, inclusive environment by providing a residential care and treatment program; supportive transitional housing; on-site high school program, community housing support and referral services; and maternal infant mental health programs and services. We do this by working collaboratively as a multi-disciplinary team with community partners to provide holistic programs and support that respond to mental health, education and transitional needs. The Centre is the lead EarlyON Child and Family Centre agency in the Toronto-Danforth riding and also operates an Early Learning Centre. All the programs and services are open to families, young women and their children living in the broader community.
 

Massey Centre requires a Maintenance Worker to perform general maintenance, repairs, and handyman duties. The Maintenance Worker shall work in compliance with preventative maintenance schedule to ensure that the facility is in good general condition and meeting applicable health and safety and licencing standards.
 

Position: Maintenance Worker
 
Term: Permanent Full-time (40 hours/week)
 
Rate of Pay: $32,442.34/annum
 
Department: Finance and Administration
 
Reports to: Information Management and Property Supervisor
 

Qualification:
 

1. High School Diploma, and some courses in building operator, skilled trade
2. At least three years’ experience in maintenance of institutional buildings
3. Knowledge of and experience working in skilled trades and/or community based/residential housing setting an asset
4. Good knowledge of overall preventive maintenance, minor structural, electrical and mechanical work. Good skills in repairs, handyman duties and practical problem solving.
5. Good verbal and written communications skills to ensure effective service and mutual understanding
6. Excellent inter-personal skills and the ability to work as part of a team
7. Basic computer skills required for communication and data entry
8. Physically able to perform the essential duties of the job
9. Valid driver’s license with clean abstract or motor vehicle report an asset
 

Working Condition:
• Full time, with occasional after hours or weekend work
• On call for after hour emergency
• Use of own vehicle for pick up of building related materials
• Moderate physical demands including walking, bending, kneeling, carrying, pushing, pulling, stair climbing and lifting objects up to 50 lbs.
• Exposed to various weather conditions when performing outdoor maintenance duties, inspections and transiting between buildings
 

Closing Date: April 20, 2018; 5:00 p.m.
 

The Centre offers a dynamic work environment and career advancement opportunities. The successful candidate must have a negative criminal reference check and vulnerable sector screening as a condition of employment.
 

In accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code, Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, and the Massey Centre’s Accommodation Policy, accommodation will be provided in all parts of the hiring process. Please make your needs known in advance.
 

Massey Centre encourages applications from persons who represent the diverse populations we serve.
 

Qualified applicants should send their cover letter and resume by the closing date to:
 

 
Human Resources
Massey Centre
1102 Broadview Avenue
Toronto, ON M4K 2S5
Fax: 416-425-4056
OR
Email: hr@massey.ca (please quote “Maintenance Worker” in the subject line)
 
 

We thank all applicants, however, only those we select for interview will be contacted.
 

Early Childhood Educator

 

Massey Centre (“the Centre”) is an award-winning, accredited Children’s Mental Health Centre that is a multi-service, non-profit, unionized, community agency located in the east end of Toronto.  The Centre is committed to nurturing empowerment, independence and growth for young pregnant and parenting women, children and families in a non-judgmental, inclusive environment by providing a residential care and treatment program; supportive transitional housing; on-site high school program, community housing support and referral services; and maternal infant mental health programs and services. We do this by working collaboratively as a multi-disciplinary team with community partners to provide holistic programs and support that respond to mental health, education and transitional needs. The Centre is the lead EarlyON Child and Family Centre agency in the Toronto-Danforth riding and also operates an Early Learning Centre.  All the programs and services are open to families, young women and their children living in the broader community.

 

Massey Centre has two openings for Full time Early Childhood Educator (ECE) to work as part of team.  The ECE will be responsible for the direct care of the children in order to maintain staff/child ratios in the Early Learning Centre.

 

Position: Early Childhood Educator, Full Time

 

Rate of Pay: $40,224.57/annum

 

Department: Early Learning Centre

 

Reports to: Child and Family Program Supervisor

 

Position Summary: The Early Childhood Educator (ECE) is responsible for the direct care of the children in order to maintain staff/child ratios in the Early Learning Centre.

 

Qualification: ·         A degree or diploma in Early Childhood Education

·         Must be registered with the College of Early Childhood Educators in good standing

·         Previous experience working with infants, toddlers and preschoolers in a group setting.

·         Previous experience working with adolescent parents and knowledge of the Early Learning Framework, an asset.

·         Knowledge of the Toronto Operating Criteria, an asset

·         Current CPR and First Aid Certification

 

Working Condition: ·         Combination of sitting, standing, walking, bending, kneeling

·         Ability to move/carry equipment for the program

·         Must be physically able to lift/carry children in the program

 

Closing Date: April 11, 2018; 5:00 p.m.
   

 

The Centre offers a dynamic work environment and career advancement opportunities. The successful candidate must have a negative criminal reference check and vulnerable sector screening as a condition of employment.

 

In accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code, Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, and the Massey Centre’s Accommodation Policy, accommodation will be provided in all parts of the hiring process. Please make your needs known in advance.

 

Massey Centre encourages applications from persons who represent the diverse populations we serve.

 

Qualified applicants should send their cover letter and resume by the closing date to:

 

­Human Resources

Massey Centre

1102 Broadview Avenue

Toronto, ON M4K 2S5

Fax: 416-425-4056

OR

Email: hr@massey.ca (please quote “Early Childhood Educator, Full Time” in the subject line)

 

We thank all applicants, however, only those we select for interview will be contacted.

 

 

"Massey Centre not only gave me the ability to care for my child, but the motivation to get what I wanted for my life - to have my daughter with me and to live independently."

Brittany

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