Would you like your talent to have a positive impact on the people you work with? Are you looking for new opportunities to maximize and develop your expertise? Would you like to work in an environment where people are at the heart of decision-making? We have an opportunity for you, because here, your talent makes an impact!
Every day, more than 1,000 people work within The YMCAs of Québec network to offer diversified services that bring about positive change in individuals.
Are you a dynamic, inspiring, motivating, organized and creative individual? Do you enjoy helping young people develop their full potential? Are you a leader with management experience (human resources, volunteers, budgeting, planning, evaluation)? We want to meet you!
With the support of the center's Youth Zone and Community Departments, the candidate's primary mandate will be to plan, execute and develop the youth programs under his/her responsibility. The successful candidate will join a team of seven enthusiastic Zones jeunesse coordinators.
The challenge we offer
- Supervise, mentor and recruit a team of caregivers, animators and volunteers.
- Consolidate, enrich and renew the programming of our Youth Zone aged 12-17 and our Diversion Sucession 12-24 program for teens with disabilities, based on the needs of the clientele in each neighbourhood.
- Ensure that our programming contributes to the development and empowerment of young participants; in collaboration with the team.
- Be responsible for the development and implementation of the annual program action plan and maintain a quality service offering in line with the principles and values of The YMCAs of Québec.
- Ensure the implementation of YMCA safety and standards during operations, particularly in relation to sanitary standards.
- Maintain a presence on the grounds of each site, providing interventions and animation for youth.
- Administer, prepare, monitor and respect the budget, and present reports.
- Manage daily data.
- Act as a representative to relevant bodies and participate in various youth-related events.
- Regularly evaluate the impact of youth programs.
- Adhere to YMCA policies and procedures governing child protection.
- Understand and integrate the value of philanthropy within your position and the association, and participate in the annual campaign and/or other fundraising events.
Some good reasons to join the YMCA:
The YMCA offers, of course, competitive compensation and excellent benefits, but working within our teams is primarily about having the opportunity:
- To develop your expertise.
- To interact with passionate experts.
- To make a positive social impact.
- To collaborate with multiple committed partners.
- To truly make a difference in people's lives.
- To have the autonomy to tackle stimulating challenges.
By joining our team, you will also discover an environment where humanity, mutual assistance, and collaboration are at the heart of our activities.
- Teamwork and Professional Collaboration: The ability to work and collaborate with different types of individuals, leveraging each person's strengths to achieve desired outcomes.
- Organizational and Interpersonal Communication: The ability to actively listen, encourage the expression of ideas, facilitate constructive exchanges, and communicate clearly, transparently, accurately, coherently, and with respect for others, both verbally and in writing.
- Innovation and Continuous Improvement: The capacity and sensitivity to continuously seek innovative approaches and methods to enhance performance, stand out, and achieve or exceed expected results.
- Work Management: The ability to effectively manage time and resources in order to carry out work efficiently and achieve desired results.
The person we're looking for
To carry out his or her mission successfully, the coordinator must :
- Hold an undergraduate degree in recreation or human sciences (social work, psychology, or any other related field) ;
- Have a minimum of two years' experience in intervention and/or animation with teenagers and/or young adults, and/or one to three years' experience in developing and managing community programs, more specifically with young people;
- Have experience in personnel supervision.
- Be proficient in MS Office programs (Word, Excel, Outlook).
- Be fluent in both French and English, both spoken and written.
- Be able to work on a flexible schedule, including evenings and weekends (occasionally).
- Hold certifications in CPR and first aid (an asset).
- Have no criminal record preventing employment in this context.
Job Types: Permanent, Full-time
Salary: $47,900.00-$53,000.00 per year
- Commuter benefits
- Company pension
- Dental care
- Life insurance
- On-site gym
- On-site parking
- Vision care
- Wellness program
Work Location: In person