Program Facilitator - Victoria
Program - VictoriaTempVictoria, BC
Job Description: Program Facilitator (Canada Summer Jobs Placement)
NOC 54100: Program leaders and instructors in recreation, sport and fitness
Job Vacancies: 2
Reports To: Head of Programs
Power To Be Adventure Therapy Society (PTB) inspires youth and families in need of support to discover their limitless abilities through nature-based programs. The Program Facilitator provides implementation and design for Power To Be programs. Primary responsibilities of the position include program facilitation, intake and administration, participant care, working with volunteers and community partners, and supporting risk management and program logistics.
SPECIFIC JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Facilitate programming and participant intake consistent with the mission, values and policies of PTB.
- Assist with developing and implementing programs for a variety of participants that support their abilities, expand their horizons and enrich their quality of life.
- Consider and adhere to risk management and participant protection policies and procedures in programmatic decision-making.
- Assist with any program or staff incident reviews where requested.
- Maintain proper program procedures and paperwork; ensuring ethical guidelines, participant protection, privacy protection, risk management and other related policies and procedures are followed at all times.
- Provide timely assistance in administrative functions such as pre-program documentation, progress reports, external and internal communications, log books, vehicle use, receipt management, participant files, and program evaluation and tracking.
- Understand and use program systems and events calendars.
- Actively maintain and cultivate community partner and volunteer relationships.
- Review a quarterly work plan in conjunction with the Team Lead/Program Manager; set work and vacation schedule with the Team Lead/Program Manager to ensure adequate coverage.
- Support the direct care and maintenance of PTB equipment, vehicles, facilities, electronics and other assets.
- Be a support to co-workers, volunteers and stakeholders; assist co-workers with their responsibilities in their absence as required.
- Contribute to a positive and dynamic working culture congruent with PTB’s values.
- Participate in meetings, and support biweekly staff meetings as required.
- Adhere to all Power To Be policies and guidelines, and applicable legislation as they relate staff and volunteer practices.
- Understand, and implement proper fiscal controls for program expenses.
- Submit all documentation in a timely fashion.
Development and Communications:
- Support community and fundraising events as directed.
- Attend and present at conferences, job/resource fairs and PTB functions as directed.
- Contribute to the monitoring and achievement of the annual plans and associated goals in support of the strategic plan and vision of PTB.
- Support office safety, wellness and security.
Performs other related duties, as required.
Particular Working Conditions: We are committed to being an employer that values equity, diversity, inclusion and belonging. We actively encourage applications from equity deserving groups and seek to have a workplace that reflects the communities we serve. In consideration of our mission, it is preferred that all our staff value an active lifestyle and understand the connection between nature and wellbeing. This position may involve occasional evening, weekend, and overnight commitments. Working outside in inclement weather may be required at times.
As per the Ministry of Justice requirements for organizations that work with vulnerable populations, a Criminal Record Check (CRC) and Criminal Record Review Act Check (CRRA) will be required
Must qualify for Canada Summer Job Funding:
- Be between 15 and 30 years of age at the start of employment
- Be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or person to whom refugee protection has been conferred under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act
- Be legally entitled to work in Canada in accordance with relevant provincial/territorial legislation and regulations
- The successful candidate will possess experience working with people that live with a barrier, disability or other significant life challenge(s)
- A demonstrated knowledge of outdoor pursuits including sea kayaking (SKGABC certification required)
- Current wilderness first aid.
- Proficient in the use of computers including standard office software packages, database use, and Internet search tools.
- Current CPRC certification, valid classes 4 drivers’ license and NLS and/or Bronze Cross are considered assets.
Terms of Employment
Location: Prospect Lake
Position: Program Facilitator
Reports to: Head of Program
Term: Up to 16 weeks summer contract, ending September 3, 2022
Hours: 30 to 40 hours per week
Compensation: $20-23 per hour, commensurate with experience
Review of applications will begin immediately and interested candidates are encouraged to promptly submit their full application here. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.