1. Regional Municipality of York, Access York Scheduling Analyst

    Reporting to the Supervisor, the Access York Scheduling Analyst is responsible for ensuring staff work schedules are in line with the needs of the Access York call centre, service counter, reception desks, kiosk desks and the casual administrative pool; analyzing real time as well as historical data and using available workforce management (WFM) and scheduling tools to maximize resource efficiency and achievement of established KPIs; monitoring intraday call centre performance and reassigning contact centre staff to ensure coverage.

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  2. Regional Municipality of York, Program Coordinator - Homelessness Initiatives #22304

    Reporting to the Program Manager, Community Development, is responsible for the development, coordination administration of a range of Homelessness Programs and Initiatives; providing advice and direction to external community partners and liaising with other funders to deliver program initiatives in accordance with Regional program policies and standards and funding requirements; monitoring funding activities and program budgets; and assessing and reporting on project results.

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  3. Regional Municipality of York, Senior Policy Analyst #22162

    Reporting to the Program Manager, Accessibility, is responsible for providing project management leadership and all aspects of policy development; developing and leading teams to support the development and delivery of the diversity and inclusion frame work, policy and implementation plan; providing policy support and strategic advice to the Department; interpreting federal and provincial legislation and regulations, monitoring and assessing impact on Regional policies and practices, including planning initiatives and providing advice on performance measurement; researching, developing and analyzing innovative and strategic policies and programs to respond to human services, agencies and community needs; preparing environmental scans; and developing cross-functional linkages to ensure that policies and programs align with Department, Provincial and Federal goals; preparing briefing notes and committee reports.

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  4. Kenora District Services Board (KDSB), Superintendent of Operations

    Reporting to the Deputy Chief of Operations and in collaboration with the EMS management team, the Superintendent of Operations is an entry level supervisory role responsible for ensuring operational readiness of land ambulance services through direct interaction, monitoring, evaluation, and supervision of Paramedics.

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  5. County of Lambton, General Manager, Social Services

    The General Manager is the senior management position within the Social Services Division. The GM acts as a community leader for mandated activities and services within the scope of the Division’s portfolio. The position provides corporate leadership to the entire County through strategic planning, project initiatives, budgeting and overall service delivery planning and evaluation.

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  6. Peterborough Public Health, Manager, Family and Community Health

    Reporting to the Director, Public Health Programs and as a member of a multi-disciplinary management team, the Manager is responsible for the effective leadership, management and supervision of their assigned staff and related service delivery in accordance with Peterborough Public Health’s mission, vision, values, strategic priorities, policies and procedures of the Board of Health. The Manager is responsible for planning, organizing, directing, and evaluating the delivery of all assigned programs. As a member of the management team, the Manager contributes to excellence in the leadership of the organization and collaborates with other members of management in the planning and decision processes aimed at enhancing the delivery of public health services. The Manager ensures the programs operate in accordance with all legislated requirements, governing policies and procedures, and collective agreements.

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  7. City of St. Thomas, Children Services Supervisor, Posting #64-05-18

    Under the general supervision of the Director of Social Services, the Children Services Supervisor is responsible for the delivery of Children’s Services programs for the City of St Thomas and Elgin County in accordance with Ministry of Education guidelines, early learning pedagogy and responsibilities as system service manager under the Child Care and Early Years Act (CCEYA). May delegate specific responsibilities to staff members, together with necessary authority for their fulfilment, but may neither delegate nor relinquish overall responsibility for results. Maintains the confidentiality of all matters coming to the incumbent’s knowledge through employment.

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  8. Municipality of Chatham-Kent, Data Analysis Coordinator (DAC)

    The Municipality of Chatham-Kent has an opening for a permanent full-time position for the Coordinator, Data Analysis. The Data Analysis Coordinator (DAC) crosses program areas and has enhanced responsibilities related to population risk assessment for children and young adults 0-21 as well as census data, EDI data and other related data for children and families to assist with program planning and evaluation, research and knowledge exchange, and policy development. The DAC works within a multi-disciplinary team and with program staff and community partners to participate in planning, coordination, outcome measurements, implementation and evaluation of risk assessments and needs assessments for the early years sector.

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  9. Northern Ontario Service Deliverers Association, Executive Director

    The Northern Ontario Service Deliverers Association seeks a highly motivated professional to fill the position of Executive Director for the Association. The Executive Director will work with the NOSDA CAO and Executive group to coordinate and consolidate NOSDA member strategic issues to represent one Northern position as a champion of Human Services for DSSABs/Consolidated Municipal Service Managers in Northern Ontario.

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  10. City of Toronto, Shift Leader

    Reporting to the Manager, Program Supervisor and/or designate, and as part of a collaborative management team, the Shift Leader supervises all operations providing services throughout a 24 hour a day operation, 7 days per week, including statutory holidays, to meet client needs in a client focused, holistic manner in accordance with the policies and procedures developed by the Division.

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