The North Central Family Centre (NCFC) is looking for a community leader who believes in the dignity of every individual, in their potential for growth and change, and in creating an inclusive and just community. Are you determined to make a difference in the lives of many and can you build upon the past successes of NCFC.
NCFC is a registered non-profit, charitable organization serving Regina’s inner-city children, youth, adults, families, and elders. Founded in 2002, the Centre delivers a wide range of proven successful structured programs and activities. NCFC offers children, youth, families and elders, a place to participate in educational, recreational, social, and cultural activities. NCFC believes strongly in the community, delivering programs designed to improve the quality of life for all residents and is committed to the revitalization of Regina’s North Central community.
NCFC is determined to continue our mission to make a difference in the lives of the residents of North Central and needs a seasoned or emerging leader with a vision who can lead the organization into the future. Adept at community development the new Executive Director will bring experience and a desire to do more. The successful candidate will understand how to lead a small team and work within an inner-city neighborhood community that has many needs. The Executive Director will have the ability to develop community partnerships with business, community, and government and be adept at fundraising.
It’s an exciting time for NCFC as the Founder/Executive Director steps down and a new leader takes the reins after twenty years. NCFC is preparing for the next twenty years with governance renewal, annual strategic and business planning, and the desire to secure longer-term funding. Importantly, the Executive Director will have experience working with vulnerable, at-risk communities (Racialized groups, BIPOC communities, homelessness populations, 2SLGBTQIAP+, etc.) and understand the impact of Canadian History and how that has impacted Indigenous communities. This position reports to the Board. A Performance Review will be conducted after 6 months and annually thereafter.
- Reports to the Board of Directors of North Central Family Centre
- Responsible to develop and implement an annual fundraising program based on budget targets; Prepares accurate and timely analysis that capture and communicate fundraising results, variances, and performance trends
- Ensure there is a robust annual fundraising plan that is executed each year to meet certain targets
- Pursue program grants and ensure there is grant writing capacity within the organization
- Responsible for developing partnerships with business, government and other agencies within the greater Regina community
- Responsible for planning, organizing and directing the day to day operations and programs
- Provides leadership to and manages the efforts of staff to ensure appropriate support of all departments; Retains a diverse, highly qualified staff and volunteers by providing career coaching, growth, and personal development for workers
- Approves, develops and implements consistent accounting policies, procedures and operational reporting/metrics
- Supervises the development of an annual business plan and operational budget for approval of the board; Coordinates and leads annual budget reviews, monthly and quarterly reviews and periodic forecasts with operational and senior management, and reports to the board
- Ensures that services and funding relationships are robust enough to meet or exceed strategic goals and objectives
- Ensures the effective pursuit of research grants and other forms of program funding
- Ensures maintain and develop all existing grants and fulfill all reporting requirements
- Networks with community, businesses, government, and agencies to promote and engage in funding, partnerships, and activity opportunities at NCFC
- Delegate day-to-day tasks and operations as required
- Understanding of Canadian History and the impact it has had on Indigenous communities
- Experience working with vulnerable, at-risk communities (Racialized groups, homelessness populations, 2SLGBTQIAP+, etc.)
- Experience at managing people, developing high-performance teams, managing budgets, and achieving goals
- A trustworthy and diplomatic professional who earns and sustains trust, respect and confidence of staff at all levels of the organization and community members
- Effective public speaking, relationship building and associated writing skills regarding the objectives and success of the organization; Able to communicate passion and excitement for the organization’s mission in public messages.
- Action-Oriented, Adaptive and Flexible, Self-directed, Ability to multi-task, Innovative and take initiative, Possess creative problem-solving skills, Collaborative and work very well in a team setting
- Advanced computer and social media skills to accurately create, format, proofread and edit clear and presentable documents such as tables, forms, presentations, briefing notes
Education and Experience:
- Completion of a University degree in a related field
- Three or more years management or supervisory experience
- Work or volunteer experience in a community setting
Salary and Benefits:
- Competitive salary, dependent on qualifications and experience;
- Health and Dental benefits (50% premium paid);
- Vacation – 3 weeks per year; per Saskatchewan Labour Standards
- Flexible work schedule
Please provide a cover letter and resume by October 5, 2021, to:
Chair, Finance Committee and Search Committee