Supportive Housing Programs Analyst
City : British Columbia
Category : Other
Industry : Real estate and rental and leasing
Employer : BC Housing
SUPPORTIVE HOUSING PROGRAMS ANALYST:
($67,712.13 - $78,694.16 Annually)
Reporting to the Manager Supportive Housing Programs, the Supportive Housing Programs Analyst supports the effective development, implementation and monitoring of various supportive housing programs including the Homeless Prevention Program, Homeless Outreach Program, Aboriginal Homeless Outreach Program, Emergency Shelter Program, Extreme Weather Response Program, Supportive Housing Programs, Independent Living BC, Seniors Supportive Housing and the Women’s Transition Housing and Supports Program. He/she/they develops monitoring, reporting and evaluation tools for program effectiveness. The position conducts preliminary analysis of program effectiveness, identifies service delivery issues and develops recommendations for improvement. The Supportive Housing Programs Analyst provides support to staff and external agencies regarding program framework, support services agreements, consent forms and monitoring tools and processes.
The successful candidate will have the following:
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
- Bachelor’s degree in Public Administration, Social Work, Urban Planning or other related discipline.
- Considerable experience in project management and program analysis.
- Or a combination of equivalent, education, experience and training acceptable to the Employer.
- Criminal Record Check required.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
- Sound knowledge and understanding of the principles, practices and standards relating to social housing program development, implementation and evaluation
- Some knowledge of government and community social service agencies and the services provided
- Good knowledge and understanding of budgeting and budget analysis
- Ability to learn and understand BC Housing’s mandate, programs and policies in delivering social housing to the vulnerable throughout the province
- Ability to assess program objectives and develop procedures, systems and tools to support effective program implementation
- Ability to plan and meet deadlines by effectively prioritizing actions to respond to numerous, diverse and shifting challenges without compromising the quality of work; ability to meet tight deadlines and adjust quickly to changing and sometimes conflicting priorities and timelines
- Ability to exercise tact, diplomacy and good judgment when dealing with a broad range of non-profit providers, partners and customers, including individuals of diverse backgrounds
- Ability to manage diverse and often competing stakeholder objectives in a sensitive and timely manner, and utilize good judgment in dealing with politically sensitive situations
- Ability to coordinate projects involving extensive consultation with staff and external groups, meet deadlines and identify key milestones or measures of success
- Advanced analytical, organizational and problem-solving skills
- Good research, writing, presentation, project planning and coordination skills
- Effective consultative, consensus building and conflict resolution skills
- Proficient in the use of various computer systems and in utilizing the internet for research purposes.
- Please Note: Successful applicant(s) are subject to a satisfactory criminal record search and are required to maintain Security Clearance throughout their employment.
Indigenous candidates are welcome to connect with an Indigenous team member in our organization to discuss the recruitment process and our workplace, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a call.