Executive Director

Prince George Urban Aboriginal Justice Society - Prince George, BC (il y a 30+ jours)

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Department: Administration Position: Executive Director

Reports to: Board of Directors Position Type: Full time

Wage Rate: To reflect experience and education Hours of Work: 40 hours per week


Job Summary

Reporting to the Board of Directors, The Executive Directoris responsible for overseeing the administration department, the organization’s programs, and supervision of program staff and program delivery, as well as building relationship with funders, and the community served by PGUAJS. In addition, The Executive Director is responsible for seeking new funding opportunities, and proposal writing.

The Executive Director works closely with the Finance Manager in all aspects of finances including annual budgets development, and program year-end reporting.

Core Competencies

· Accountability, dependability

· Communication, decision making

· Critical Thinking, strong problem solving skills

· Leadership, mentoring skills

· Planning, Organizing and executing ideas

· Problem Solving, independently and within a team

· Results Orientated using good judgment

Roles and Responsibilities

· Responsible for development of job advertisement, job descriptions, selection; recruiting; orientation and training, and overall staff supervision, and job performance reviews

· Lead, coach, develop and focus on staff retention by seeking staff training accordingly to the position

· Provides a strong support to the Board of Directors; and serve as a member of different committees within the Board and in the community. Assist the Board of the Directors in the creation of the strategic planning

· Ensure effective tracking systems are in place to track work plans progress, and regularly evaluate program components in order to measure success which can be communicated to the Board, funders and other parties involved.

· Participates in monthly financial statements discussions with the management team, including the Board of Directors’ Treasurer.

· Collect, review and approve monthly program reports and a management report prior to submission to the Board of Directors

· Collect, review and approve quarterly, bi-annual, and annual program reports prior to submission to funding agents as per contractual deadlines

· Establish and implement policies, goals, objectives and procedures, consulting with the executive members, management team and staff as necessary.

· Understand, and implement WCB workplace legislation

· Approving program purchase order requests according to budget

· Ensure the safety and confidentiality of PGUAJS information

· Follow PGUAJS code of ethics

· Keep updated on the latest developments in the fields of Indigenous restorative justice and corrections


· Bachelor degree or a minimum of a two-year a diploma in social sciences or business, with at least five-year experience leading a non-profit organization in the field of Justice, or a combination of education and experience

· Training and experience in conflict resolution, with preference to restorative justice processes

· Excellent knowledge of employment law, privacy law and WCB legislation

· A coaching style leadership with the ability to recognize staff talent and abilities in order to build strong workforce and team cohesiveness while managing staff progressive discipline process when required.

· Experience with recruiting, training, and retaining volunteers

· Proven ability to build relationships with funders, government and other agencies

· Excellent oral, written & listening skills.

· Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office software such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, e-mail and use of the Internet for research purposes.

· Ability to prioritize workload in order to meet deadlines and with successful outcomes

· Must be able to provide an annual criminal record clearance

Work Conditions

· Travel may be required.

· Representing PGUAJS as a team member in community development meetings

· Participating effectively in high level government committees

· Public speaking and ability to conduct presentations.

· Monday to Friday, average of 40 hours per week, with no overtime allowance


  • Extended health care
  • Vacation & paid time off
  • Vision care
  • Dental care

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent


  • Leading a non-profit organization in the field of Justice: 5 years (Required)

Work remotely:

  • Temporarily due to COVID-19