Child/Youth Advocacy Centre
- Provide leadership, strategic direction, and oversight to the development and opening of a
Child/Youth Advocacy Centre for York Region
- Develop and maintain relationships with partner organizations
- Work collaboratively with community partners
- Provide guidance and support to capital Campaign Committee
- Provide leadership and guidance to third-party contractors engaged to assist with the project
- Liaise with government representatives at municipal, regional, provincial and federal levels
- Provide oversight and support the ED with budgeting and resource allocation for the CYAC
- Oversee the development, implementation and evaluation of research done on behalf of the organization at it relates to the CYAC
- Prepare funder reports and write and submit grant applications on an as-needed basis
- Represent the CYAC on various committees and associations (provincial, national)
- Provide support to the ED on matters related to Cedar Centre
- Provide support to the Executive Director’s office and, generally, to the operation of the organization
- Attend professional development and training activities, when indicated
- Maintain smooth and efficient delivery of service within the policies and practices of the organization
- Attends relevant conferences to expand knowledge base in areas relevant to the Centre’s mandate and operations
The CYAC Project Lead is a senior staff position and requires a minimum of 6-8 yrs. of relevant experience.
- Theoretical and practical knowledge of Childhood Sexual Abuse and other interpersonal childhood trauma
- Post secondary education in a relevant professional discipline
- Extensive management experience leading multidisciplinary teams
- Excellent communication skills – oral and written
- Extensive experience with strategic planning and program development
- Highly developed leadership skills to build and maintain effective relationships with multiple stakeholders
- Strong ability to manage and lead change from inception through to completion
- Excellent strategic, interpersonal, problem-solving and conflict resolution skills
- Exceptional organizational skills
This position reports directly to Cedar Centre’s Executive Director.
Please include your covering letter and curriculum vitae.
35 hrs. per week
September 2023 – March 2028
Starting salary: $98,000 annually
As an employer, Cedar Centre is dedicated to building an organization that reflects the diversity of our clients and the communities that we serve. We strongly encourage applicants who identify as Indigenous, Francophone, Immigrants and Refugees, Women of Colour, LGBTTTQQI individuals, people with Dis/abilities, or members of any equity seeking group to apply for this position.
We thank all candidates for their interest but
only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Job Type: Fixed term contract
Contract length: 60 months
Salary: $98,000.00 per year
- Dental care
- Disability insurance
- Employee assistance program
- Extended health care
- Life insurance
- Paid time off
- Vision care
- Work from home
Flexible Language Requirement:
- What type of experience do you have with strategic planning and program development?
- Do you have theoretical and practical knowledge of Childhood Sexual Abuse and other interpersonal childhood trauma?
- What type of management experience do you have leading multidisciplinary teams?
- Bachelor's Degree (required)
- relevant: 6 years (preferred)
Work Location: Hybrid remote in Newmarket, ON L3Y 3E3
Application deadline: 2023-08-20
Expected start date: 2023-09-18