Category: Job Opportunities

17 Dec 2018

Manager – Otter Creek Co-op – Deadline Feb 3rd

Job Posting
Otter Creek Co-operative Homes Inc
Full Time Manager

Otter Creek Co-operative Homes Inc. is an 84 unit townhouse housing co-op funded and administered the Housing Services Act. We are looking for a Manager for 32 hours per week to oversee and manage the day-to-day operations under the direction of the Board of Directors. We are looking for an approachable and adaptable person for our diverse community.

Responsibilities include
• Financial and property management
• Government and corporate relations
• Legal issues, arrears and subsidy administration
• Membership and community development
• Supervision of maintenance staff

Qualifications
• A minimum of 3-5 years experience managing the operations of a housing co-op
• Strong organizational, written, and oral communication skills
• Experience in supervising staff and overseeing contractors
• Strong skills in the management of finances and operational plans
• Proficiency in Microsoft software and NewViews accounting software
• Knowledge of property management and co-op administration
• Knowledge of the Housing Services Act and the Co-operative Corporations Act
• Experience in acting as a resource and support for the Board of Directors and committees
• Ability to work with volunteers in a diverse community
• Experience in community development

Otter Creek Co-operative Homes Inc. offers a competitive salary and benefits plan.

Application deadline: February 3, 2019 at 11:59 p.m.
Start Date: February 28, 2019

Please send a cover letter and resume to:

Otter Creek Co-operative Homes Inc.
Attention: Hiring Committee
835 McQuay Blvd., #30
Whitby, ON L1P 1L6
Fax: 905 666-8710
E-mail: ottercreek@bellnet.ca
We appreciate all applications.
Only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

Manager – Otter Creek Co-op

17 Dec 2018

Maintenance Worker – Norris Crescent Co-op – Deadline Jan 7th

Job Posting
Norris Crescent Housing Co-operative
Maintenance Worker Position

We are a non-profit housing co-op located in South Etobicoke. We are looking for a Maintenance Worker for 40 hours per week for our 56 units in ten buildings. The
Maintenance Worker will report to the property manager.

The Maintenance Worker will be responsible for the planning, execution and recording of all basic maintenance work. Specialized jobs are contracted out as required.

The successful candidate will be independent, organized and patient. A sense of humour will be
helpful.

Responsibilities:
• complete repairs in apartments including basic carpentry, plumbing and minor electrical
• prepare units for move ins
• maintain inventory of equipment and supplies
• routine preventative maintenance
• maintain a system of preventative maintenance of the building’s equipment/mechanics
• managing trades and contractors
• ensure required documentation and inspections are completed and on file

Qualifications:
• Experienced maintaining a multi-residential building
• Knowledge of energy saving practices
• Able to work independently
• Skilled at maintaining records and documentation
• Must have a proactive maintenance approach
• Knowledge of fire systems an asset
• Experience with maintenance budgets an asset but not required

The successful candidate will have a lot of interaction with people who live in the co-op: the successful candidate must enjoy working with various populations that live in the City and must have good judgement and a steady manner.

Start Date: March 1, 2019

Salary: commensurate with experience

Application deadline: January 7, 2019

Please submit your resume to:

Norris Crescent Co-operative Homes
c/o 658 Danforth Avenue, Suite 306
Toronto, ON M4J 5B9
Attention: Michelle Arscott

Maintenance Worker – Norris Crescent Co-op

17 Dec 2018

Manager – Norris Crescent Co-op – Deadline Jan 7th

Job Posting
Norris Crescent Housing Co-operative
Part Time Manager

Norris Crescent Housing Co-operative is a 56 unit housing co-op funded under CMHC’s Section 95 program. Norris Crescent Co-op’s Operating Agreement with CMHC ended August 1, 2015. We are looking for a Manager for 28 hours per week to oversee and manage the day-to-day operations, under the direction of the Board of Directors. The manager, along with a part-time Maintenance Worker make up the staff team.

Responsibilities include
• financial and property management
• government and corporate relations
• legal issues, arrears and subsidy administration
• membership and community development

Qualifications
• A minimum of 3 years’ experience managing the operations of a housing co-op.
• Strong organizational, written, and oral communication skills.
• Experience in supervising staff and overseeing contractors.
• Experience in the management of finances and operational plans.
• Proficiency in Microsoft software, NewViews and HMWorx.
• Knowledge of property management and co-op administration.
• Knowledge of the HSA program.
• Experience in acting as a resource and support for the Board of Directors, committees, and for community development work.
• Ability to work with volunteers in a diverse community.

Norris Crescent Housing Co-op offers a competitive salary and benefits plan.

Application deadline: Monday, January 7, 2019 at 4:30 p.m.
Start Date: March 1, 2019

Please send a cover letter and resume to:

Norris Crescent Housing Co-operative
c/o Michelle Arscott
658 Danforth Avenue, Suite 306
Toronto, Ontario, M4J 5B9
michelle@coophousing.com

We appreciate all applications.
Only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

Manager (part-time) – Norris Crescent Co-op

12 Dec 2018

Property Manager – The Network – Deadline Dec 17th

Community Housing Management Network
Property Manager

The Community Housing Management Network (The Network) is recruiting to fill a full-time position as a Property Manager in Ajax.

Reporting to The Network’s Chief Executive Officer, the Manager will be assigned to a co-operative site to provide day-to-day services to the co-operative’s members and its board of directors.

The successful applicant will:
• have a working understanding of property management
• have a working knowledge of co-op housing
• have a strong understanding of financial statements
• have excellent interpersonal skills
• have effective oral and written communication skills
• be able to organize tasks and priorities
• be able to work independently
• have a proven ability to supervise staff and contractors
• have a good knowledge of Microsoft Office
• have experience working with volunteers and a board of directors

This is a full-time position. Some travel and evening work will be required. The Network offers a competitive remuneration package.

If interested, please e-mail your resumé to Donna Harwood by December 17, 2018 and reference job posting 2018-12-04.

Email: apply@thenetwork.coop

The Community Housing Management Network is an equal opportunity employer committed to an inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection process and as we grow, it’s important that our workforce reflect the citizens we serve. We respect, encourage, and celebrate our diversity. If contacted for an employment opportunity, please advise if you require accommodation.

Property Manager (Ajax) – The Network

04 Dec 2018

Co-op Housing Manager – Heath Street Co-op – Deadline Jan 25th

Job Posting
Heath Street Housing Co-operative Inc.
Co-op Housing Manager (Part-time)

Heath Street Housing Co-operative is a 49-unit housing co-op located in mid-town Toronto. Established in 1982, we are small, vibrant, and diverse co-operative community. We are currently hiring a Co-op Housing Manager to oversee the day-to-day operations of our co-op. This is a permanent, part-time position (21-25 hours/week). Some evening and occasional weekend work will be required.

In this dynamic role, you will work closely with contractors/trades, our bookkeeper, committees and the Board of Directors. You will be responsible for member/community support; property management; financial management and administration.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Member and Community Support
Receive and respond to requests from Members and the public.
Provide information to members regarding the Co-op’s principles, operations, and policies.
Facilitation of meetings, coordination of member educational events, as required.

Property Maintenance & Management
Ensure effective property Management of the co-op’s two buildings and grounds.
Maintain compliance protocols including Fire & Life Safety, municipal, provincial and federal building-related codes, by-laws and legislation.
Receive and record maintenance requests and delegate work order tasks to service providers as appropriate.
Oversee the purchase of maintenance of equipment and supplies
Develop and maintain vendor, contractor and trade relationships and service agreements.
Supervise of contractors and/or staff including cleaners, maintenance workers
Implement regular inspection system and coordinate member move-in/move-out process

Financial Management:
Make purchases, monitor invoices, implement accounts payables procedures
Manage the member RGI subsidy program
Collect, deposit and track housing charges, revenue and member arrears using accounting software
Prepare and manage operating and capital budgets
Prepare monthly financial reports.

Administration
Maintain all office functions including filing systems (digital and hard copy), equipment, supplies, and office systems.
Maintain insurance program
Act as an agent of the Co-op with municipal, provincial and federal government agencies as required by the Board of Directors.
Prepare reports, communications, minutes for Board and members’ meetings, attend and/or facilitate meetings and complete follow-up, as required
Assist Board and Committees with policy and procedure development

Qualifications:
Minimum of 3 years experience in co-op property management
Experience overseeing maintenance agreements, contractors and capital projects.
Strong financial skills: budgets, ability to analyze financial data and prepare financial reports.
Proficient in the use of NewViews and Microsoft Office applications.
Strong written and oral communication skills.
Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively within a diverse community context.
Experience working with, and providing support to Boards and committees.
Knowledge of property management and co-op administration principles
Knowledge of relevant legislation including Co-operative Corporations Act and Section 95 Program, OHSA, AODA, OHRA, PIPEDA.

Salary:
Heath Street Housing Co-Op offers a competitive compensation package.

Application:
Please email a cover letter and resume no later than January 25/19 to:
hshcboard@gmail.com
NO CALLS PLEASE

Heath Street Housing Co-op is committed to reflecting diversity of our community. We encourage applicants who reflect Toronto’s ethnic and cultural diversity. We welcome applications from all qualified candidates.
Accommodation will be provided upon request.

We thank all applicants; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Co-op Housing Manager – Heath Street Co-op