The Project Manager, Sustainable Communities manages a suite of innovative projects and programs including the Community Bicycle Hub at 15 Tobermory Drive, Bike to the Future, the Community Cycling Program with Peel Multicultural Council, Bike Host and the Bike to School Project, and is responsible for stewarding relationships with diverse funders and stakeholders. The successful candidate will have a growth mindset, experience as a supervisor, familiarity with the bicycle industry and active transportation programming, and a commitment to anti-oppression.
Carry out community needs assessments and research to support program development in the area of sustainable community development
Support the Program Director to identify programs that can be sponsored and/or funded through grants and contribute to funding proposals
Lead a team of front-line staff to provide strategic vision, set objectives, manage day to day performance, conduct annual performance reviews, etc.
Foster a work environment which upholds CultureLink’s values of respect for all (the board, volunteers and staff), providing high quality community programs, and continually learning to provide best practice programs
Provide coaching and direction on training & development opportunities for your direct reports, supporting their growth and learning within the organization
Assess the overall structure and individual capabilities of the team, providing your vision on opportunities for departmental improvements or skills development
Where necessary, lead the hiring process and onboarding of new employees
Ensure the smooth and safe operation of the Community Bicycle Hub by scheduling of staff and programs appropriately, by creating a respectful and youth-friendly atmosphere, maintaining health and safety standards rigorously and following up on any incidents, conflicts or concerns
Implement administrative procedures
As required, prepare and compile periodic program results-based reports for funders and donor(s) ensuring that appropriate records are maintained to provide a sound basis of program activities and results
Represent CultureLink to program stakeholders, in collaboration with the Program Director
Implement strategic ideas and initiatives for successful outreach
Working with the Manager of Community Services, contribute to the annual budget for programs, equipment and support services under your umbrella
Be responsible for spending by program staff, within the set budget throughout the year.
University or college degree in a relevant field (non-profit, social work or other related fields) or a combination of equivalent experience and education
5 years work experience in the non-profit sector, government, or in the bicycle industry
Legally entitled to work in Canada
Vulnerable Sector Screening within the past six months
Enhanced vaccine certificate showing proof of full vaccination against COVID-19
Fluency in languages other than English is an asset
Please submit your cover letter and resume to the Executive Assistant at firstname.lastname@example.org , quoting the reference number (CLNU-2022-07).