Fraser Health, located in the Metro Vancouver and Fraser Valley region of British Columbia, has 20 culturally and geographically diverse communities - from urban to rural. Our geographic location is consistently ranked as one of the most desirable places to live in the world. As the fastest growing region in the province, we provide health services to 1.6 million people with 12 acute care hospitals, tertiary teaching hospitals, and services in public health, home health, mental health, and residential care facilities.
Our CEO and Senior Executive Team are committed to "Great Workplaces" as a strategic imperative. This commitment to the approximately 30,000 employees, volunteers and physicians aims to create and support an environment where individuals find enhanced meaning in their work, feel respected, are recognized for their contributions, and supported to be the best they can be. In a survey of new hires, 95% would recommend Fraser Health to their friends and family as a great place to work.
What we Offer
||Housing Leader, High Health Risk Populations.
||Bring your project planning and leadership experience to an exciting new role as a Housing Leader, High Health Risk Populations.
As a Housing Leader you will:
. Develop multi-year housing plans and evaluating emergency, residential and supported housing programs and services for high risk populations.
. Ensure the identification and incorporation of best practices for care delivery within housing models.
. Provide consultation and guidance to non-profit agencies and private service providers on specific housing projects.
. Act as an intermediary between Fraser Health, nonprofit societies, municipalities, and BC Housing to develop housing opportunities.
As the successful candidate, you have
. Bachelor's Degree in Social Sciences or related discipline
. Five (5) to seven (7) years in housing and policy development, analysis, and management of diverse non-profit community housing programs, preferably for high health risk populations.
Apply now to this exciting opportunity, and make a difference in the communities we serve.
This is a temporary full time posting for approximately two years, ending March 2016, and is benefits-eligible.
||Open Until Filled
||Hours of Work:
||0800 - 1600
||Population & Public Health