HCA is hiring an Interim Executive Director

Are you passionate about community development? The Heritage Community Association (HCA) is seeking an energetic Executive Director who can engage community members and work cooperatively with the HCA board and stakeholders to deliver programs that strengthen our community. This fearless leader will be responsible for the development, promotion and coordination of a broad range of community development activities, programs and events in the Heritage community. Heritage is a dynamic neighbourhood undergoing some major changes, and we are looking for someone with a vision for the kind of community we aspire to be; a strategic thinker who can get things done!

This position is a 15 month term to fill a maternity leave (January 2014 to April 2015), with the possibility of extension.

Job Description:

Oversee all HCA programs and services:

  • Develop and implement logic models and outcomes measures to evaluate all existing and new HCA programs and services
  • Seek out and secure funding for all existing and new HCA programs and services
  • Hire, supervise, and terminate program staff as needed

Promote HCA programs, services, and events:

  • Publish print and email newsletters
  • Maintain and develop HCA website and social media presence
  • Provide relevant, current information to residents
  • Coordinate events to consult with residents on matters of importance
  • Represent and promote HCA at community events, to the media, etc
  • Engage residents to participate in HCA programs and in the community

Engage the HCA Board of Directors and other volunteers:

  • Provide updates to HCA Board on matters of importance to the organization and community
  • Attend Board and Committee meetings, acting as Secretary and maintaining accurate and up to date minutes and records
  • Coordinate Annual General Meeting and any Special Members Meetings
  • Work with Board to develop and implement organizational policies
  • Maintain all policies and processes related to volunteer management
  • Maintain up to date volunteer database
  • Maintain regular communication with existing and potential volunteers
  • Recruit, train, supervise, and terminate HCA volunteers as needed

Steward HCA’s relationship with core funders and other key stakeholders:

  • Fulfill all requirements of core and project funding agreements
  • Complete core and project funding applications
  • Represent HCA on relevant committees and at funder and stakeholder meetings
  • Actively build relationships with strategic partners in the community

Administer the day-to-day operations of HCA:

  • Fulfill all requirements relating to HCA’s charitable and non-profit status
  • Fulfill all requirements of HCA bylaws
  • Manage HCA finances, including bookkeeping, payroll, donations, grants, etc.
  • Develop and maintain HCA’s annual budget
  • Coordinate HCA’s annual audit
  • Fulfill all Labour Standards requirements relating to staff contracts and management
  • Maintain up to date membership database
  • Fulfill all requirements relating to payroll (e.g., source deductions, T4s, and ROEs, etc.)
  • Maintain all professional and legal agreements (e.g., insurance, leases, etc.)
  • Keep the HCA office open regularly and running smoothly
  • Other related duties as needed

Please submit your application (including CV and cover letter) by Friday, November 29 at 5 pm, to heritage.director@sasktel.net.