1. Ministry of Children and Youth Services, Policy Analyst

    Are you looking for an opportunity to showcase your policy development expertise and strategic thinking skills? Are you interested in improving mental health outcomes for children and youth? Do you thrive in a fast-paced and dynamic environment? If so, consider this opportunity with the Transforming Mental Health Branch, Transformation and Implementation Division within the Ministry of Children and Youth Services.

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  2. City of Toronto, Housing Consultant

    Housing Consultant will have responsibility for the effective/efficient administration of a portfolio of programs and projects related to Housing Stability ensuring the contractual, legal, financial and policy interests of the City.

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  3. YWCA Toronto, Director of Property Services and Asset Management

    Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Director of Property Services and Asset Management, as a member of the senior management team, is responsible for the property services management of all YWCA Toronto owned, leased and operated sites and real estate development which includes current projects under development and new opportunities to expand the YWCA’s property portfolio.

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  4. YWCA Toronto, Relief Housing Administrator

    The Relief Housing Administrator is responsible for performing administrative duties relating to intake and tenancy of tenants at all the permanent housing programs of YWCA Toronto. The position also provides administrative support to the Housing Administration team.

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  5. The District of Thunder Bay Social Services Administration Board, Housing Programs Officer

    Under the supervision of the Manager of Housing and Homelessness Programs, the Housing Programs Officer assists to oversee the administration of public and non-profit housing within the region to ensure that housing providers are meeting their obligations in compliance with Ministry Legislation, Policies, Standards, Public Housing Management Agreement, and various Affordable Housing Program Operating Agreements.

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  6. Ministry of Finance, Senior Analyst, Benefits Transformation

    Are you a proven problem solver looking to apply your talent to a large, complex multi-stakeholder initiative? Bring your senior level analytical, research and transformation experience to the team! Provide support and lead policy/program analysis of Ontario's benefits delivery system, and drive recommendations on transformation. Be part of broad stakeholder engagement (including with municipalities), and exciting cross-government initiatives, service integration, that put people first and streamline benefits delivery.

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  7. City of Brantford, Data & Program Analyst

    The Data and Program Analyst is responsible for data analysis, program evaluation, research and reporting to support service system planning decisions within the Child Care and Early Years Sector and the broader Health and Human Services Department. The position supports performance management and evaluation of contracted agencies and staff, as well as providing data packages and briefs that inform strategic directions for the Department.

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  8. Regional Municipality of York, Housing Services Coordinator #21965

    Reporting to the Program Manager, Housing Programs, is responsible for providing client services to applicants, participants and landlords in rent subsidy and home repair programs, including providing program information; reviewing applications to ensure completeness of documentation; preparing eligibility assessments for review; preparing benefit assessments for eligible households; ensuring accurate data tracking and records maintenance; and maintaining databases and preparing summary and statistical reports.

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  9. The Nogojiwanong Friendship Centre (NFC), Indigenous Early Years Coordinator

    The EYC will plan, design and implement an Indigenous Early Years program that supports the physical, mental, emotional, spiritual and intellectual needs for Indigenous children aged 0 to 6 years; and builds on the four foundations of "How Does Learning Happen". Cultural programs will be delivered across Northumberland County at EarlyON and mobile outreach locations; and will build capacity with licensed child care providers to build in Indigenous Early Years activities as part of ongoing planning and programming. The EYC will collaborate with Early Years team and Alderville First Nation to plan and implement various Indigenous cultural events for families, community members and early learning partners.

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  10. The Nogojiwanong Friendship Centre (NFC), Indigenous Cultural Resource Coordinator

    The CRC will ensure that Indigenous cultural knowledge is integrated into Northumberland County’s child care centres/agencies, EarlyON centres, and early years programs. The CRC will ensure that appropriate cultural practices are provided, while promoting healing and reconciliation for urban Indigenous children, youth and families.

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