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  1. Ministry of Children and Youth Services, Senior Policy Advisor

    Do you have leadership skills and expertise in research, analysis and development of mental health strategies, policies and programs, and related accountability, financial and operational tools (e.g., standards; regulations)? Do you have a strong proven track record in cross-sectoral work at both a local and systems-level? Do you thrive in a fast-paced and dynamic environment? If so, consider this opportunity with the Transforming Mental Health Branch, Transformation and Implementation Division within the Ministry of Children and Youth Services.

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  2. Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres, Policy Analyst

    Working as part of a team in a fast paced environment where the main responsibilities are advancing supportive public policy, advocating and building support for urban Aboriginal issues. This includes advocating on behalf of and providing support to Friendship Centres.

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  3. Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres, Evaluation Coordinator

    To build the OFIFC’s evaluation practice area through on-going, documented integration activities.

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  4. Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres, Program Performance Measurement Coordinator

    To build the OFIFC’s evidence-based practice area through on-going, documented integration activities. To provide an integrated and systematic approach for conceptualizing and measuring organizational performance within the OFIFC

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  5. Region of Halton, Supervisor, Employment Services

    Reporting to the Manager, Employment Services, this position provides operational management and leadership responsibility for the Employment Programs/Services, Halton Newcomer Strategy(HNS) and Mental Health/Addiction Programs. Leadership and supervision of these areas includes planning, direction, management and delivery within a collaborative and integrated corporate and community context supporting a broad network of Provincial, Federal, private and not-for-profit service deliverers.

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  6. Region of Halton, Integrated Case Manager

    Reporting to the Supervisor, Social Services, this position is responsible for assessing initial and ongoing eligibility for temporary financial assistance and provides ongoing case management to Ontario Works clients.

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  7. Housing Services Corporation, Business Specialist

    This role is responsible for conducting the research, analysis and financial modelling to support both current and future strategic initiatives for HSC. This role will primarily support HSC Consulting Services with an emphasis on Asset Management and Renewal and will play a key role in helping to formulate strategies, and in the planning and delivery of business development opportunities. This role must remain current on the actions and activities taking place in the sector in Ontario and in Canada to identify business opportunities for HSC.

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  8. Ministry of Children and Youth Services, Policy Analyst

    Are you looking for an opportunity to showcase your policy development expertise and strategic thinking skills? Are you interested in improving mental health outcomes for children and youth? Do you thrive in a fast-paced and dynamic environment? If so, consider this opportunity with the Transforming Mental Health Branch, Transformation and Implementation Division within the Ministry of Children and Youth Services.

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  9. City of Toronto, Housing Consultant

    Housing Consultant will have responsibility for the effective/efficient administration of a portfolio of programs and projects related to Housing Stability ensuring the contractual, legal, financial and policy interests of the City.

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  10. YWCA Toronto, Director of Property Services and Asset Management

    Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Director of Property Services and Asset Management, as a member of the senior management team, is responsible for the property services management of all YWCA Toronto owned, leased and operated sites and real estate development which includes current projects under development and new opportunities to expand the YWCA’s property portfolio.

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