We’re Growing! Join our Team

Are you passionate about the economic and labour market outlook in Saskatchewan and want to make a difference in the lives of individuals in our local Regina community?

Do you thrive in a dynamic, collaborative environment within an organization that promotes and implements a continuous learning environment, leaving room for the team to innovate to respond to changing needs of our community?

Regina Work Preparation Centre is a leader in the career and workforce development field.  If these questions get you excited, and you want a new and meaningful challenge in your career, consider joining our team in supporting job seekers, the local economy, labour market and community.

We are constantly evolving and growing and are recruiting for additional roles in the following positions:

Case Manager – 1 position
Administrative Assistant – 1 position

Please click the links above to read the full job description and apply by sending your cover letter and resume to lboryski@workprep.ca by January 6, 2022.  Please clearly indicate the job that you are applying for in your email subject line.

 

Chief Executive Officer – Credit Counselling Canada (CCC)

Job Description

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is responsible for effective and forward-looking administration, services, and advocacy. The CEO sets the tone of the organization, creating and sustaining an environment conducive to unity around the mission and strategic direction, forward momentum, collaboration, and diversity in representation and thinking. In addition, the CEO integrates information from sector trends, development, and effectiveness into planning processes and deliberations.

General Responsibilities

Board Governance

  • Work with the CCC Board of Directors to fulfill the organization’s mission.
  • Responsible for communicating effectively with the Board and its committees by providing, in a timely manner, all accurate information needed for the Board to function properly and to make informed decisions.
  • Prepare for and attend all Board and assigned committee meetings.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Board of Directors.

Organization Mission and Strategy

  • Lead CCC in a manner that supports and guides the organization’s mission as defined by the Board of Directors.
  • Participate in the overall strategic planning of CCC to advance CCC’s mission, objectives, and growth.
  • Develop the organization’s annual budget and multi-year business plan for Board approval.
  • Work with the board and staff to implement the plan and ensure that the mission is fulfilled through member support and advocacy.
  • Provide the Board with regular and timely progress reports of accomplishments in relation to the approved business plan.

Financial Performance and Viability

  • Responsible for CCC’s fiscal integrity, including the development of a proposed annual budget and submission of quarterly financial statements which accurately reflect the financial condition.
  • Responsible for fiscal management and operating within the approved budget, ensuring maximum resource utilization, and maintenance of the organization in a positive financial position.
  • Responsible for securing revenue and developing other resources necessary to support CCC’s mission and ensuring the financial health of the organization.
  • Oversee and implement appropriate resources to ensure that the operations of the organization are appropriate.

Organization Operations

  • Oversee CCC operations to ensure efficiency, quality, and cost-effective management of resources.
  • Supervise, collaborate with organization staff.
  • Oversee organization and committee meetings.
  • Act as a national spokesperson on behalf of CCC and member agencies.
  • Manage all aspects of relations with national creditor stakeholders to preserve funding levels and ongoing support and cooperation.
  • Manage all aspects of national public relations to actively promote the awareness of credit counseling services and programs through the media, stakeholders, and the communities that member agencies serve across Canada.
  • Establish and maintain key relationships with federal government bodies to enhance the services and programs offered by member agencies across Canada and represent CCC at legislative sessions, committee meetings, and formal functions.
  • Develop policies and risk management plans for board approval.
  • Maintain website and other systems development and ensure system security.
  • Ensure compliance with all applicable legislation and regulations.
  • Responsible for the hiring and retention of competent, qualified staff.
  • Responsible for reviewing and signing all notes, contracts, agreements, and other instruments made and entered into and on behalf of the organization.

Professional Qualifications

  • Post-secondary education degree or diploma, in Business, Social Sciences or equivalent educational qualification and/or appropriate work experience in human relations, communications, or business.
  • Knowledge of not-for-profit credit counseling and the consumer debt market.
  • Five or more years of senior non-profit management experience.
  • Transparent and high integrity leadership.
  • Solid, hands-on, budget management skills, including budget preparation, analysis, decision-making and reporting.
  • Strong organizational abilities including planning, delegating, program development, and task
    facilitation.
  • Strong written and oral communication skills, including the strong public speaking ability.
  • Strong technology skills.

Effort Required (Physical and Mental)

Work requires light manual effort and physical exertion e.g. prolonged sitting, an extended period of time working in front of a computer terminal. Work priorities are set to meet deadlines on several equally important tasks simultaneously. Some stress is related to the fast-paced environment and the meeting of deadlines.

Working Conditions

Will work from a home office and Head Office of CCC, but may spend time away from these locations to work on a variety of projects and/or represent CCC. The position requires travel away from the home office.

Disclaimer

The above information of this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by the CEO. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of the CEO

We’re Hiring: Team Lead

Are you passionate about the economic and labour market outlook in Saskatchewan and want to make a difference in the lives of individuals in our local Regina community?  Does using technology to support this work in an innovative way get you excited?

Do you thrive in a dynamic, collaborative environment within an organization that promotes and implements a continuous learning environment, leaving room for the team to innovate to respond to changing needs of our community?

Are you a born leader with proven experience leading projects, initiatives and teams?  Do you enjoy networking and collaborating with other leaders across the province to roll out initiatives and evaluate their use on a broader scale?

Regina Work Preparation Centre is a leader in the career and workforce development field. If these questions get you excited, and you want a new and meaningful challenge in your career, consider joining our team in supporting job seekers, the local economy, labour market and community as a Team Lead.

Job Purpose

The Team Lead position will work collaboratively with the professional team to coordinate the delivery of vocational services that play a critical role in supporting participants to successfully participate in the labour market with a special focus on the use of technology in service delivery.  This includes leading our Virtual Reality, InterviewMe Virtual Hiring Project and the potential of other technology based learning and service delivery projects.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

Organizational:

  • Work with Director of Programs to:
    • Actively participate in organizational strategic visioning and planning.
    • Understand, practice and integrate the organizational vision, mission, mandate and strategic priorities in all areas of responsibilities.
    • Identify and address any challenges, risks or issues that will affect service delivery and programming.
    • Complete all reporting accurately and within timelines.
    • Utilize program results and evaluations to identify gaps and changing needs
    • Represent and promote the organization and programs in the community through community engagement and partnerships.

Financial:

  • Work with Director of Programs to gain a working knowledge of the program budget.
  • Identify financial needs for service delivery and bring to the attention of the Director of Programs, working as a team to address.
  • Identify any financial systems or processes in need of improvement that would increase effectiveness and minimize risk.
  • Work with the professional team to identify participant cost needs and maximize program resources.
  • Oversee the management of participant costs to ensure the effective and compliant use of funding, following proper financial documentation and protocols with oversight from Director of Programs and Financial Coordinator.
  • Oversee and approve leave usage in collaboration with other Team Leads with oversight from the Director of Programs.

Professional Development

  • Stay current in and model organizational core modalities, practicing and integrating them into service delivery and team communication and coaching.
  • Actively participate in organizational professional development opportunities and evaluations.
  • Model continuous learning and identify skills sets and competencies required to achieve contractual deliverables and outcomes for now and in the future.
  • Work with Director of Programs to reduce skill gaps, building the team’s capacity to be leaders in their field of expertise.

Team Development/Human Resources:

  • Assist the Director of Programs with the recruitment, assessment and hiring of new staff.
  • Work with the Leadership Team to implement a consistent onboarding, orientation and training model for new staff.
  • Complete all performance monitoring and evaluation metrics with oversight from the Director of Programs.
  • Utilize performance review and accountability measures, working with staff to recognize skills and knowledge and address challenges for ongoing growth and development.
  • Clearly define expectations and achievement of personal and professional growth, fostering a work environment where leaders take the time to coach, tutor, provide feedback and have discussions to achieve expectations.
  • Coordination of team and scheduling of services, delegating tasks and setting deadlines for your team.
  • Support autonomy and sound decision making within your team, recognizing value and supporting innovation and initiative.
  • Drive innovation to address gaps in services and present ideas and opportunities to the Director of Programs for discussion.
  • Coordinate and manage initial stages of project evaluation.

 Program Development and Delivery

  • Work collaboratively with fellow team members to coordinate access to interventions identified in individual action plans.
  • Lead and deliver client centered case management services that support individuals in gaining current, relevant labour market information to support the development of suitable and relevant vocational goals.
  • Lead the provision of client centered case management services that support the acquisition of life and employability skills, and the development of self marketing tools that are identified in individual action plans.
  • Lead the provision of client centered case management services that support the acquisition of job search skills and an understanding of job search navigation.
  • Integrate e-learning, video communications and online tools and resources to service delivery.
  • Lead collaboration with Career Practitioners, and workforce development organizations to pilot the use of Virtual Reality as a tool in programming and services that support the future of work in Saskatchewan and labour market needs and demands.
  • Research labour market information and job seeker needs to determine leverage points for the use of Virtual Reality to prepare job seekers for jobs of the future.
  • Lead the Virtual Reality team to research regional, provincial and federal labour market information and initiatives to determine areas of growth and opportunity for the use and integration of Virtual Reality Technology in career development activities.
  • Lead and collaborate with your team to research, identify and connect with employers to promote and market virtual reality and virtual hiring events as a recruitment tool to meet labour market demands in their business and explore opportunities for partnership and future growth.
  • Facilitate the development of new program ideas in collaboration with all team members to respond to identified needs of clients, partners and funders.
  • Collaborate with the Director of Programs to:
    • Support grant writing and reporting.
    • Direct program and service delivery activities to ensure program excellence through sound evidence based, outcome measured key deliverables to position Work Prep as a leader regionally and provincially.
    • Cultivate existing relationships with community partners, referral agents, schools and networks with the goal of strengthening referral processes inbound and outbound and promoting Work Prep and its programs and services.
    • Develop regular, consistent client feedback surveys, and other evaluation tools to ensure that Work Prep remains on top of changing demographics and needs and is able to respond.

Reporting and Evaluation:

  • Interact with the team to maintain a consistent understanding of project deliverables and outcomes.
  • Ensure the compliance of reporting requirements for all contract and grants; work with the Director of Programs to improve reporting tools; and ensure timely accurate reports and communications to funders.
  • Coach and mentor staff to ensure the effective, efficient and confidential collection, processing and reporting of quality program files, reports and information requirements, through:
    • Activity monitors and evaluation.
    • Database content oversight, auditing and evaluation.

 Core Competencies:

  • Strong leadership skills, embodying the characteristics of a transformational leader with a focus on and expertise in a collaborative working environment.
  • Internal motivation and self-management: Internal motivation is the driving force to effectively lead the team in the direction of the organization.
  • Ability to make difficult decisions: Engaging in the tough conversations and aligning difficult decisions with the organizations vision, values, goals and objectives.
  • Self-Regulation: Lead with emotional and social intelligence to encourage the best input from others and to build capacity for the success of the team and organization.
  • Risk-taking: Gather information and perspectives from trusted and diverse sources to evaluate gut instincts and inform decisions. Take calculated and appropriate risks to support change and growth that align with the vision of the organization.
  • Willingness to listen to new ideas: Growth and success is a team effort. As a leader create intentional opportunities to listen and incorporate insights and new ideas.
  • Adaptability: Seek new ways to adapt and respond to changing needs with an open mind as a life-long learner.
  • Inspirational: Model inspiration and create opportunities for others to rise to the occasion by understanding their values, respecting and treating them as individuals with unique talents and skills.

 Knowledge, skills and abilities

  • Demonstrated ability to coach individuals and teams, finding common values and goals to empower them to elevate their accountability and performance.
  • Knowledge of employment and educational programs, career counselling, counselling theory and practice and vocational assessments.
  • Knowledge of regional, provincial and global labour market needs and trends including the Future of Work.
  • Digital Literacy – Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, Internet and e-mail
  • Experience with cloud based client data management systems
  • Ability to develop marketing and learning content on a variety of social media platforms including: LinkedIn, Facebook, Websites, Instagram, Snapchat and Twitter.
  • Technological
  • Strong oral and written communication skills with exceptional attention to detail.
  • Proficient in use of Microsoft Teams, Zoom and other video conferencing software.
  • Experience in sales and marketing is an asset.
  • Knowledge of, and experience with virtual reality technology is an asset.
  • Individual must have a valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle. Job may require some travel within the province and work during the evenings or weekends.

 Education

  • Undergraduate degree in social work, social sciences or related field
  • Reality Therapy Certified or a commitment to pursue Certification.
  • Motivation Interviewing and Stages of Change Training or a commitment to pursue.

** While commitment to pursue will be considered, all individuals applying must be able to effectively demonstrate understanding of Motivational Interviewing, Stages of Change and Reality Therapy/Choice Theory and its application to career and employment services.

Experience

  • Experience in career and employment services, particularly in the human service sector and in community based organizations.
  • Previous experience working with the individuals who face barriers to successful participation in the labour market, youth, and/or individuals who have been involved in the provincial and federal justice system.
  • Supervisory experience in a not for profit setting would be an asset.

A combination of education and experience may be accepted.

Reporting: Director of Programs

Reports: Direct: 3-5 Direct Service Providers.

Salary & Benefits:

$63,173 annually

Comprehensive Extended Health and Dental Plan

Life and AD&D Insurance

Long Term Disability Insurance

Family Service Employee and Family Assistance Program

RRSP plan

Scheduled days off in addition to vacation time

 

Apply by providing a cover letter and resume – by November 5, 2021– to:

Ashley Boha, Executive Director
C/O Lisa Boryski, Executive Assistant
lboryski@workprep.ca

Operation Manager – Victoria Square Entertainment Centre

Job Purpose

The Operations Manager will be responsible for seeing through multiple different stages of the Victoria Square Entertainment Centre facility. The Operations Manager is accountable for operations during the initial build stage through to the pre-opening stage and operations after the opening of playground attractions including a mini-golf course, arcade, and jump park.

Job Duties and Responsibilities

The Operations Manager will report to Mountwater Capital Corp, the ownership of VSEC. The Operations Manager will work to ensure the project timeline and milestones are met. The successful candidate will also work with multiple stakeholders to draft policies and rules for the playground area. Development of an operation manual to use company-wide. The Operations Manager will train staff on this operations manual to ensure safety and proper use of equipment. The Operations Manager is expected to work in tandem with the Marketing Team to develop an opening promotion plan for social media. Responsible for direct supervision of members of staff and scheduling. Once the opening stage is reached, the Operations Manager will assume day-to-day operations responsibilities. These will include planning, directing, controlling, and evaluating operations, directing/supervising staff, planning, administering, and controlling budgets for equipment, supplies, as the mentor/coach for the staff. The Operations Manager will address any issues that arise, and any in-house events.

Qualifications (knowledge, skills, abilities, & environment)

The successful candidate will have proven experience in entertainment management. It is an asset for the candidate to have experience in the entertainment sector, specifically managing large indoor playground attractions such as mini-golf, arcade, and jump parks.

The successful candidate will have:

  • Excellent leadership skills
  • Excellent customer service skills and a personable approach
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Team oriented
  • Ability to troubleshoot in a fast-paced environment and within tight deadlines
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite
  • Experience organizing and hosting tournaments, birthdays, and events
  • Experience with managing facility schedules using booking software
  • Experience with people management an asset

A criminal record check with a vulnerable sector check will be completed

Education: University Bachelor’s Degree

Experience: 2-4 years

How to apply: If interested in this position please email hr@mountwatercapital.com or for more information regarding this position please contact idobni@workprep.ca and complete a pre-screen assessment.