Our client, a non-profit organization in the field of financial health based in Quebec City that stands out in the job market and in employability development, is looking for a new Executive Director.
In this position, mandates come with a high level of responsibility for human resources and financial management and require a strong ability to find new partners.
Come and join a great team, with a great 35 hour work week and all the benefits that come with it (RRSP, group insurance and 4 weeks of vacation with 17 floating holidays).
In addition to enjoying great working conditions and autonomy, you will also have the chance to take part in evaluating strategic operations with a team of competent professionals and a human board of directors focused on the success of the organization.
Come and use your leadership with a no-nonsense attitude to make a difference as the Executive Director in maintaining and developing public relations with new funders and partners in the employment networks.
Develop and apply the human resources management policy.
Maintain and ensure the sound management of human resources.
Establish the organization's personnel needs in order to ensure harmonious development.
Establish the mission, vision and values of the organization in collaboration with the Board of Directors.
Prepare budgets and administer finances.
Draft policies for adoption by the Board of Directors and prepare procedures for the implementation of these policies.
Review current policies annually and develop new ones as needed to promote value for money and organizational effectiveness.
Propose global and service development strategies.
Develop new partnerships - sources of funding.
Maintain and develop public relations with funders.
Perform any other duties related to the position.
If you are ready to take on new challenges, we want to meet you!
Employer-paid group insurance benefits.
Flexible hours for your professional/personal well-being.
A possibility of bonuses.
Up to 5 weeks of vacation.
A harmonious work environment to achieve the collective mission as a team.
University degree in a field related to the position.
Have a minimum of 5 years of experience in a similar position in community organization management.
Previous experience in managing various resources (human, material and service development).
Fluency in written and spoken French and knowledge of English.
Your natural leadership skills; it feels natural to be in solution mode and to have good relationships with peers.
Your organizational methods are taken as a model; you organize your day according to priorities.
Your autonomy is ingrained in you; you encourage flexibility, respect and confidentiality in the performance of your role.