Day shift (must be available for emergencies), flexible schedule
Bedard Resources has been mandated to hire the new Executive Director for a non-profit organization that offers groundbreaking psychological and psychosocial assistance services.
You are autonomous, mobilizing and committed to protecting the reputation of organizations. You are known for your ability to foster strategic and ethical decision-making in collaboration with the Board of Directors. We want to meet you!
In addition to enjoying benefits, a possibility of bonuses and a flexible schedule, get vacation time of up to 6 weeks! You will have the opportunity to take part in several strategic planning challenges in collaboration with a team of competent professionals and a human Board focused on the success of the organization.
Come use your leadership and pragmatic attitude to make a difference as an Executive Director in the strategic planning and priority management of a Montreal NPO.
You define strategic directions and objectives, build development plans and submit them to the Board of Directors for approval. You also ensure the implementation and assessment of strategic, clinical and administrative guidelines.
Human resources management:
Develop and oversee the application of the human resources management policy for non-unionized employees.
Establish the organization’s personnel needs to ensure harmonious development.
Governance and leadership:
In collaboration with the Board, establish the mission, vision and values of the organization.
Draft policy projects for adoption by the Board of Directors and prepare procedures to implement the policies.
Review current policies every year and develop new ones as needed in order to promote resource optimization and organizational effectiveness.
Group insurance paid 100% by the employer from the start.
A flexible schedule for your personal and professional well-being (future possibility to work 4 days a week and/or a day of remote work)
Possibility of bonuses.
Up to 6 weeks of vacation.
A harmonious work environment to achieve the collective mission as a team.
University degree in an executive, management or related field.
Have at least 5 years of experience in a similar executive position in a community organization.
Possess previous experience in managing various resources (human, material, recovery).
Being comfortable using various IT tools such as Microsoft Office Suite.
Fluent in written and spoken French in addition to English.
Your emotional intelligence is one of your greatest strengths; you are empathetic and attentive.
Your leadership skills are second to none; it is natural for you to be in solution mode and to have a good relationship with your peers.
Your organizational methods are exemplary; you organize your day according to priorities.
Your autonomy is deeply ingrained in you; you encourage flexibility, respect and confidentiality in the performance of your role.