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Revitalization Manager

Job IDFE-1C-08-AB-B3-3A
CompanyAboriginal Housing Management Association
LocationWest Vancouver
ProvinceBritish Columbia
Date Posted2021-06-07
Posted Until2021-08-06
Job TypeFull-time
Job CategoryPublic Administration
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Description
AHMA provides leadership, technical and program support services to our housing partners. Key to the success of our member groups is their ability to govern effectively, build capacity and undertake operations in a manner that promotes and sustains safe, secure, affordable housing and related services in healthy communities.

Reporting to the Director, Operations, the Revitalization Manager contributes to the success of the Operations department by providing expertise and leadership in support of the development and operation of supportive housing for Indigenous people in BC.

Supportive housing is low barrier housing for individuals and families experiencing or at risk of homelessness. The Revitalization Manager supports off Nation Indigenous projects in development and works on the promotion, support, collaboration and approach to Indigenous supportive housing. The position leads AHMA’s work in defining and measuring cultural safety and then applying findings to guide non-Indigenous housing providers who deliver supportive housing projects to Indigenous people.
Education RequirementsBachelor’s degree in one of the following (or a related discipline): Public Policy, Conflict Analysis & Management, Political Science or Business Management.
Essential SkillsStrong interpersonal and relationship-building skills, demonstrating tact, courtesy and patience; able to adjust communication style as required to probe and assess issues.

Excellent oral and written communication and interpersonal skills, with solid command of English language.

Demonstrated competence in supervising others, building trust, facilitating professional growth, coaching and providing support where needed, and dealing effectively with issues affecting performance.


Good organizational and time management skills, with ability to plan, multi-task, meet deadlines and adapt in a fast-paced environment with competing priorities.

Ability to work independently and as part of a team, in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented environment.

Strong understanding of First Nations issues, in-particular issues of a political nature.
ExperienceMinimum of five-years experience directly related to one or more in a management or supervisory role in: Property Management, Asset Management, Client Services, Stakeholder Engagement or Operations and/or Organizational Management.

Experience working in a Provincial or Federal Government Department or Agency in a capacity related to contract administration and managing operations of external organizations is preferred.

The employer may consider an equivalent combination of education, certification and experience.
LanguagesEnglish
Weight Handling20
How To ApplyPlease email your current Resume AND cover letter to jobs@ahma-bc.org