Website Peel Regional Labour Council
Associate Director – LCSP
Labour Community Services of Peel (LCSP) is a project of the Peel Regional Labour Council and a member agency of United Way of Greater Toronto. LCSP provides advocacy, referral and education in the areas of government income security programs, WSIB, Employment Rights and Human Rights to residents of Peel Region.
The Associate Director will report directly to the Executive Director and Board of Directors and is responsible for administering the Injured Workers Advocacy Program specifically, and to assist the Executive Director as required.
Assisting the Executive Director with the day-to-day operation of the Agency including;
- Implementation and monitoring of operational policies and procedures
- Supervision of staff and volunteers including development and training
- Administration of centralized records system including data systems, file retrieval and archives while ensuring client confidentiality
- Maintain client data to support reporting requirements
- To work directly with the Board of Directors on program development and evaluation through strategic planning with a focus to enhance service delivery and the vision of the agency
- Manage capacity building and improve organizational flexibility
- Create a framework for coaching sessions that allows for positive outcomes for students and clients
- Responsible for the delivery of the Injured Workers Advocacy Program
- Provide consultation, referral and representation specific to WSIB
- Assist the Executive Director with consultation, referral and representation specific to Employment Insurance, Canada Pension Disability, Ontario Employment Standards and Ontario Human Rights.
- Assist the Executive Director to ensure the delivery of the Know Your Rights @ Work training program to the Peel Regional community
- Liaise with United Way, Community Agencies and the Labour Council
- Promote programs and services to community organizations and the general public, specifically non-unionized workers
- Develop promotional materials
- Paralegal, licensed by the Law Society of Upper Canada and/or extensive knowledge of required legislation
- Experience representing before Boards and Tribunals
- Five or more years senior non-profit management experience
- Strong administrative skills
- Solid budget management skills
- Strong organizational abilities
- Knowledge of fundraising strategies
- Strong written and oral communication skills
- Staff and Volunteer management experience
- Ability to establish and maintain a strong working relationship with the Board of Directors
- Ability to speak more than one language preferred
The Labour Community Services of Peel is an equal opportunity employer.
Starting date: July 12th, 2021 or as determined by interview
Salary: 29.12/hr for 15 hours weekly
Deadline for applications: Until Suitable Candidate is Found
Send resume to: Christine Bisson, President of the LCSP Board.
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