M’akola Housing Society
Ts’its’uwatul’ Lelum Assisted Living - Duncan, BC
M’akola Housing Society (MHS) is the largest Indigenous housing provider in BC committed to supporting vibrant, diverse communities for over 30 years. Our portfolio spans theprovince comprising over 1,600 units and involves property management, asset management and assisted living. At MHS, we have energetic and engaged teams. Each member brings a unique approach and skillset, and together we are committed to delivering high-quality service to our residents.
Ts’its’uwatul’ Lelum Assisted Living provides a positive, supportive environment for the Residents who make Ts’its’uwatul’ Lelum their home.
The Recreation Coordinator is responsible for the implementation of the recreation programs, entertainment and daily activities that enrich the lives of the residents residing at Ts’its’uwatul’ Lelum Assisted Living. The Recreation Coordinator is also responsible for all aspects of volunteer recruitment and management to enhance the recreation program of Ts’its’uwatul’ Lelum. The Recreation Coordinator creates and distributes timely and appropriate promotional materials to the residents, as well as maintaining all reporting requirements and documentation.
The schedule of work: Tuesday - Saturday, 8:30am - 3:00pm
· Post-secondary education in recreation coordination
· Minimum 2 years’ experience in recreation coordination preferably with Seniors and persons with disabilities
· Minimum two year’s experience in all aspects of volunteer management
· A combination of education and experience will be considered
· Experience working in and with the Indigenous community is an asset
Required Knowledge and Skills
· Well developed communication skills (written and verbal)
· Extensive knowledge and working ability with Microsoft Word, Publishing, Outlook and Excel
· Ability to deal effectively, tactfully and patiently with Elders, seniors, and people living with disabilities
· Proven ability to create event posters, calendars and other promotional materials appropriate for an elderly audience
· Effective analytical and problem solving skills
· High degree of confidentiality, discretion and judgement
· Ability to take initiative and respond to changing priorities
Preference will be given to qualified applicants of Indigenous ancestry (please self-identify) as per Section 41 of the BC Human Rights Code.
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Closing Date: Open until filled.
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