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Executive Managers 101 Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Working within broad strategic guidelines and board policy, leads the organization to attain short and longer term strategic, financial, and operational goals. Plans, directs, and monitors all aspects of the organization's operational policies and fund development objectives. Develops organizational culture and manages staff committees. Develops business plans in collaboration with the Board. May liaise or advocate with various levels of government, community partners, and other stakeholders to further the goals of the organization. Board of Directors. If the Chief Executive Office does not report to a governance-focused or independent Board of Directors please match to position 121 or 136. Chief Executive Officer (CEO); Executive Director; President Execute mission, strategic plan, and business plan. No specific requirements, although some level of postsecondary degree is common.   Leadership, Stragetic Direction, Supervision
Executive Managers 121 Executive Manager - Functional Area or Division Subject to strategic and major policy direction, carries full responsibility for achieving divisional goals and objectives. This may include development and implementation of divisional policies and procedures; directing program development and management; achieving financial results including achievement of fund development objectives; and human resource management. Does not carry full fiduciary responsibility for the organization. May liaise or advocate with regional or local governments or other stakeholders. Top Executive, Board of Directors (Working Board). If your Top Executive position reports to the Board of Directors (Governance Board) please match to position 101. Chief Operations Officer (COO), Vice President, General Manager, Regional Director, Executive Director Leads significant organizational division or chapter. No specific requirements, although some level of postsecondary degree is common.   Leadership, Stakeholder Engagement
Executive Managers 116 Director of Operations Manages the organizationís operations through directing and coordinating activities consistent with its established mission, goals, objectives, and policies. Functions within a strategic and policy framework established by the CEO and the Board. Contributes to organizational strategy and policy development. Together with the CEO, provides direction and structure for program areas or operating units. Develops, implements, and monitors programs to ensure attainment of business plans. Top Executive Chief Operations Officer (COO), Director of Operations, Operations Manager Manages operations, contributes to strategy and development, oversees business plan implementation. No specific requirements, although some level of postsecondary degree is common.   Leadership, Operations, Supervision
Executive Managers 136 General Manager Responsible for the overall operations and activities of a social recreational facility by providing support and direction to the staff and volunteers. Accountabilities may include analyzing and defining community or organizational needs; development of new initiatives; participation in community and/or organizational advocacy, staff and volunteer recruitment and management; scheduling and supervision of maintenance for facility and equipment; project management; maintaining records; development and management of the organizationís operating and capital budget; proposal writing; and preparation of submissions to funders or regulatory bodies. Board of Directors (Working Board). If your Top Executive position reports to the Board of Directors (Governance Board) please match to position 101.     No specific requirements, although some level of postsecondary degree is common.   Grants, Leadership, Operations, Stakeholder Engagement, Supervision
Finance and Accounting 102 Top Finance and Administration This position is the senior finance and administrative manager in the organization. Reporting to the Top Executive the position functions under the guidance of strategic and business plans with periodic review of results. Develops and implements financial and accounting policies. Key accountabilities include the effective direction of the organization's finance and accounting functions including budget development and monitoring, financial reporting to senior management the Board and funders, coordination of the organization's information systems. Other responsibilities will include direction of one or more administrative support functions for the organization, such as HR, Legal, IT, Purchasing. This position will also typically provide leadership to support staff in the finance, information systems and administrative functions. Top Executive Chief Financial Officer (CFO), VP Finance, Director of Finance, Finance Manager, Controller Do not match to this position unless your position includes accountability for other non financial functions (e.g. HR, IT etc.) Positions that are finance/accounting only should be matched to position 103 or 104. This position will typically require professional accounting certification. Note: Do not match to this position unless your position includes accountability for other non financial functions (e.g HR, IT etc) Positions that are finance/accounting only should be matched to position 103 or 104 Leadership, Supervision, Budget, Policy Development
Finance and Accounting 103 Senior Accounting - Controller Accountable for the proper management of the organization's financial and accounting processes. Work is carried out independently, subject to broad policy and accepted accounting practices and may involve the supervision of one or more specialists. Specific responsibilities may include development and recommendation of financial policy, coordination of the budget process, preparation of monthly financial statements, annual returns, payroll, employee benefits, financial information or systems administration. Top Executive, Top Finance and Accounting Finance Manager, Senior Accountant, Controller Coordinates budget, prepares monthly financial statements and annual returns, coordinates budget process. This position will typically require a professional accounting designation or progress toward such a designation.   Budget, Policy Development, Supervision, Payroll and Benefits
Finance and Accounting 104 Financial Administrator Work include moderately complex financial and accounting processes. Responsibilities may include general accounting including maintenance of GL, and journals, bank deposits and reconciliation, coordination of financial information systems, accounts payable/receivable, payroll, benefits administration, supervision of administrative support staff. Top Executive, Senior Finance and Accounting Financial Administrator, Accountant, Bookkeeper General accounting functions, accounts payable/receivable, benefits administration. If the position involves only accounts payable and/or accounts receivable please match to positions 118, 119 or 120. Postsecondary degree (2-4 year).   Payroll and Benefits, Supervision, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable
Finance and Accounting 118 Accounts Payable Administrator Administers accounts payable recordkeeping. Records amounts due, verifies invoices, and calculation of discounts. Ensures expense coding, voucher preparation, and cheque issuance are accomplished accurately and timely. Produces various reports for management including accounts payable register. Senior or Mid-Level Finance and Accounting Accounts Payable Clerk, Accounting Assistant Recordkeeping, producing reports. Skills training and/or related experience.   Administrative Support, Accounts Payable
Finance and Accounting 119 Accounts Receivable Administrator Administers accounts receivable recordkeeping. Ensures cash receipts, claims, or unpaid invoices are accounted for properly. Calculates and enters charges for interest, refunds, or related items. Produces account statements or other related reports. Senior or Mid-Level Finance and Accounting Accounts Receivable Clerk, Accounting Assistant Recordkeeping, producing reports. Skills training and/or related experience.   Adminisrative Support, Accounts Receivable
Finance and Accounting 120 Payroll/Benefits Administrator Computes and disburses wages and salaries, deductions, taxes and other withholdings. Posts payroll data and prepares routine reports and/or payments to government agencies, insurance companies and others. Calculates and processes special cheques, reviews, edits and makes corrections and adjustments as needed. May administer benefits program, process additions, terminations; resolve billing issues; liaise between employee and insurers regarding claims issues. Senior or Mid-Level Finance and Accounting Payroll/Benefits Coordinator, Accounting/Payroll Clerk, Accountant, Bookkeeper Calculates and posts payroll/benefits, liaison with benefits providers. Postsecondary degree (2-4 year).   Payroll and Benefits
Finance and Accounting 137 Bookkeeper Responsible for the preparation and maintenance of financial records and reports for the organization. May provide payroll, banking and reporting services, which may include ensuring the preparation of cheques, coding and posting invoices; preparing deposits; reconciling accounts; overseeing accounts receivables; and maintaining schedules for investments, grants and assets. Maintains all necessary and appropriate records. May also produce financial reports for the board and prepare the records for audit. Board of Directors, Top Executive   Preparing financial records and reports. This position will typically require bookeeping training and relevant experience.   Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Administrative Support
Human Resources and Volunteer Management 113 Top Human Resources Accountable for the development of human resource strategy as well as the implementation and administration of policies and programs in support of the strategy. Specific responsibilities include recruitment; compensation, training and development; employee relations; organizational effectiveness; and health and wellness. May also include payroll and benefits administration. Top Executive HR Director, HR Manager       Supervision, Strategic Development, Payroll and Benefits, Policy Development
Human Resources and Volunteer Management 123 Human Resources Specialist Accountable for the development and implementation of human resource strategy in one or more specialist areas such as total compensation, organizational effectiveness, training, health and wellness or employee relations. Analyzes and interprets community or industry trends, champions policy initiatives that support organizational values. Manages and administers programs and initiatives. Top Human Resources and Volunteer Management HR Manager, HR Coordinator       Operations, Program Management, Payroll and Benefits
Human Resources and Volunteer Management 108 Human Resources Generalist Responsible for the implementation and administration of the organizationís human resource policy. Specific duties may include contributing to policy development; recruiting, compensation and benefits planning; administration, performance management; coordination and/or delivery of staff training; and employee relations. Senior Level Human Resources and Volunteer Management HR Coordinator, HR Generalist, HR Assistant       Policy Development, Payroll and Benefits
Human Resources and Volunteer Management 311 Top Volunteer Resources Accountable for planning, organizing, directing, controlling and evaluating the delivery of volunteer related activities including recruitment, selection, training, orientation and leadership of a group of volunteers engaged in program activities. Specific accountabilities include development and maintenance of volunteer policies and practices for the organization; coordination of administrative functions relating to volunteers; leadership of staff; performance evaluation of staff and volunteers; budget development and monitoring; and developing and administering a volunteer recognition program. , May establish and maintain partnerships with other organizations. Operates at the liaison between management, direct service providers and volunteers. Top Executive, Top Human Resources and Volunteer Management Director of Volunteers, Volunteer Manager       Volunteer Management, Policy Development, Leadership, Budget, Supervision
Human Resources and Volunteer Management 312 Volunteer Coordinator Accountable for the delivery of volunteer related activities including recruitment, selection, training, orientation and leadership of a group of volunteers engaged in program activities. Specific accountabilities include contributing to the development of volunteer policies and practices for the organization and coordination of administrative functions relating to volunteers. May be responsible for performance evaluation; participation in budget development and monitoring; and developing and administering a volunteer recognition program. May develop partnerships with other organizations. May liaison between management, direct service providers and volunteers. Senior or Mid-Level Human Resources and Volunteer Management Volunteer Coordinator, Community Engagement Coordinator       Volunteer Management, Policy Development, Administrative Support, Stakeholder Engagement
Marketing and Communications 107 Communications Director Accountable for the development and execution of communications strategies for the organization and its stakeholders in order to achieve a positive public image. Responsible for the articulation and communication of key messages about the organization. Other functional accountabilities may include briefing and supervision of outside suppliers, media relations including approval of news releases, news conferences, writing and editing of a variety of communications materials. Top Executive VP Communications and Marketing, Director of Communications, Communications and Marketing Manager       Strategic Direction, Media Relations
Marketing and Communications 133 Top Marketing and Sales Develops the strategic direction of the organizationís branding, and marketing initiatives and leads the design, development and implementation of the marketing plan using a variety of communication channels. Identifies changing marketing environments, evaluates outcomes and adjusts strategy as required to ensure goals are achieved. Top Marketing and Communications Communications Manager, Marketing Coordinator       Evaluation
Marketing and Communications 117 Communications Specialist Responsible for the implementation of communications activities for the organization and its stakeholders in order to achieve a positive public image. Responsible for the communication of key messages about the organization. Other responsibilities may include briefing and supervision of outside suppliers, media relations including coordination of news releases and news conferences, writing and editing of a variety of communications materials, and website maintenance. Top Executive, CTop Executive, Top Marketing and Communications Comunications and Marketing Coordinator, Public Relations Coordinator       Website Maintenance, Media Relations
Marketing and Communications 124 Graphic Artist/Designer Plans, creates, and produces pictures, drawings, and graphics materials using computer graphics software packages or other media. Communicates artistic themes in flyers, posters, advertising, handbooks, or other presentation materials. May contribute to website design and maintenance. Senior or Mid-Level Marketing and Communications Graphic Designer, Marketing Coordinator, Creative Manager       Website Maintenance
Fund Development - Grantmaking 201 Top Fund Development Executive Provides strategic guidance of fund development and operational plans required to achieve the organization's fund raising goals and strategically market the organizationís brand. Other responsibilities may include planning and directing campaigns to raise funds or gifts in kind; monitoring campaign progress; and building and maintaining relationships with business, community groups, and the public. Specific accountabilities may include ensuring that sufficient volunteers are recruited and trained to enable the success of fund raising activities and events; providing coaching and performance management to fund raising staff and voluntee; optimizing revenues from assigned accounts; developing and fostering sponsor relationships; and developing funding proposals. Top Executive VP Fund Development, Chief Development Officer (CDO), Director of Philanthropy       Strategic Direction, Stakeholder Engagement, Donor Relations
Fund Development - Grantmaking 205 Direct Marketing Director Responsible to meet annual revenue targets of 5+ million dollars by managing all direct marketing activities targeted to recruit, maintain, upgrade and cultivate annual, monthly and intermediate donors with an emphasis on maximizing lifetime value.Provides day-to-day guidance and direction to an internal team together with external industry partners to ensure programmed components are effectively and efficiently applied and executed against a suite of ongoing donor cultivation tactics including direct mail, print, radio, television, telemarketing, web, face-to-face, tribute gifts, and other direct response devices targeted to attract new donors or generate leads. Top Fund Development and Grantmaking Marketing Director; Manager, Marketing and Promotions; Campaign Director Develops an integrated stratgic plan to strengthen relationships, grow, and diversity one-to-one giving and build sustained donor loyalty.     Donor Relations, Marketing and Communications, Strategic Direction, Supervision
Fund Development - Grantmaking 211 Direct Mail Coordinator Manages activities for direct mail campaigns to promote acquisition of new monthly donors, conversion of single gift donors into monthly givers, and reactivation of lapsed donor groups. Prepares and assembles documentation as needed to support the operation of direct mail campaigns. Provides regular campaign results and information to management and suppliers, assists with campaign performance analysis. Performs analysis of donor files to identify trends and target groups. Senior or Mid-Level Fund Development and Grantmaking   Manages the day-to-day activities for direct mail campaigns.     Donor Relations, Marketing and Communications
Fund Development - Grantmaking 202 Fund Development Specialist Develops, implements, and evaluates strategies that use specialized fund development techniques such as planned giving, major donor acquisition or engagement of corporate partners. The position will contribute in-depth specialist knowledge and typically function as part of a fund development team. Specific accountabilities may include development of focused fund development strategies and tactics; development and delivery of programs designed to increase community awareness of alternative forms of giving; development and maintenance of relationships with major donors, or corporate partners; consultation with potential donors or groups to facilitate and/or structure gifts, recruit and develop high profile volunteer committees. Provides expert guidance and leadership to the organization and other staff. Top Fund Development and Grantmaking Fund Developer; Development Officer; Major Gifts Manager Develops, implements, and evaluates fund development techniques     Strategic Direction, Evalution, Program Development, Leadership, Stakeholder Relations
Fund Development - Grantmaking 206 Manager, Supporter Relations Responsible for all aspects of staff supervision and training for the organizationís donations services and products team and for ensuring that the highest levels of customer/supporter satisfaction are achieved. Acts as the liaison between fund development, external suppliers and supporter relations to ensure service level agreements are effectively executed. Senior or Mid-Level Fund Development and Grantmaking Donor Relations Manager; Development Manager; Manager, Strategic Partnerships Ensuring customer/supporter satisfaction is achieved     Donor Relations, Stakeholder Engagement
Fund Development - Grantmaking 203 Fund Development Associate This position works under direction to achieve specific assigned fund development objectives. Manages all aspects of assigned accounts or areas, including the development and maintenance of effective relationships with individual donors and corporate supporters. Responsibilities may include achieving established fundraising goals, coordinating the activities of volunteers or seasonal staff, conducting analysis of accounts and developing appropriate strategies, communicating the value of the organization to various publics, staffing established volunteer committee, training of volunteer, coordinating fundraising activities or events and related projects. Senior or Mid-Level Fund Development and Grantmaking Fund Developm Coordinator; Special Events Manager; Campaign Manager Plans, organizes, and implements gift campaigns that achieve specific assigned fund development objectives.     Donor Relations, Supervision, Volunteer Management, Events
Fund Development - Grantmaking 204 Researcher Performs professional duties in support of fund development activities with emphasis on acquiring information and analyzing data to identify and track donors, maintain and refine the quality, quantity and integrity of the prospect pool. Creates and updates donor profiles to aid staff and volunteers in building donor relations. Uses database techniques to segment and manipulate data and identify patterns of giving. Ensures fund development staff has information required to cultivate, solicit and steward major gift prospects. Senior or Mid-Level Fund Development and Grantmaking Market Analysis; Database Administrator; Prospect Research Manager Collects and analyzes data to support fund development activities. Postsecondary degree(s).   Evaluation, Donor Relations, Database Management
Fund Development - Grantmaking 301 Senior Program Officer This position is typically found in fund granting organizations including governmental bodies, foundations, United Ways, and other public bodies. Responsible for convening communities to identify and resolve issues and to design and implement new large-scale program initiatives (funding, service planning models, etc.). Other responsibilities will include the distribution of funds through identification and assessment of community needs; evaluation of organizations requesting funding and monitoring recipient organizations to ensure effective use of funds received; development of partnerships among business, community, and public sector organizations; and managing the relationships with these organizations. Additionally the position may be accountable for community development activities, supervision of staff or volunteers, and for staffing volunteer committees. Top Executive Director, Grants and Community Initiatives; Senior Manager, Funding Services; National Programs Manager Distributing funds to meet community needs.     Grants, Volunteer Management, Supervision, Stakeholder Engagement
Fund Development - Grantmaking 209 Senior Grants Manager Researches, designs, and directs granting and community development projects within specific domains in keeping with the priorities of the board. Conducts outreach and liaison on behalf of the foundation and oversees special projects to strengthen the foundationís role as a leader in philanthropy, often in collaboration with other funders, grant makers, and corporate community investment leaders. Recruits and supervises a team of grants staff who manage a complete range of large and small granting programs. Recruits expert advisors as granting volunteers and takes part in all granting streams to generate, assess and review grant proposals. Ensures that grants staff see to appropriate records management; evaluation of granting program impact, and monitoring and reporting of individual grants. Top Executive, Top Fund Development and Grantmaking Manager of Grants and Awards; Vice President, Grants and Community Initiatives; Director, Programs and Strategic Initiatives Meets board priorities in grantmaking, supervises staff     Strategic Direction, Grants, Supervision, Volunteer Management
Fund Development - Grantmaking 207 Grants Associate Accountable for ongoing management and administration of a Community Grants Program and for contributing to the development and delivery of other grant making streams to address emerging community needs. Specific responsibilities include: increasing awareness and knowledge of the program among non profit agencies, encouraging grants applications, providing advice to ensure applications are appropriate to the foundationís guidelines. Participates in the grant decision process and ensure that all granting requirements are met. Contributes to the foundationís evaluation processes by providing ongoing monitoring of funded projects to ensure required reports are received and requirement for staged disbursements are met. Contributes to the review and development of community grants criteria and communication strategies. Top Fund Development and Grantmaking Grant Coordinator; Project Manager, Grants; Relationship Manager, Community Impact Manages and administers a Community Grants Program.     Grants, Evaluation, Marketing and Communications
Fund Development - Grantmaking 208 Donor Grants Associate Manages relationships with donors, provides guidance and services related to granting, resolvies issues, matches areas of donor interest with charitable needs, acts as a resource regarding the charitable sector, and develops communications. Accesses and interprets fund information. Engages donors in charitable activities and events. Ensures adherence to the income tax act and the Foundationís regulations for granting. Monitors and reports on the granting activities of funds to stakeholders and engages with charities to provide grant information. Senior or Mid-Level Fund Development and Grantmaking Donor Services and Operations Officer; Donor Relations Coordinator; Gifts Administrator Manages the facilitation of donor grants from donor contact through distribution of grants.     Donor Management, Events, Stakeholder Engagement
Fund Development - Grantmaking 210 Digital & Social Media Specialist Contributes to the organizationís digital marketing strategy and e-branding by creating a variety of compelling content across all digital platforms in support of fund development objectives with the goal of attracting visitors and engaging the community through social media channels. Investigates and recommends content push platforms to publish appropriate content across relevant blog and social media interest groups. Works to maximize web traffic and track statistics. Senior or Mid-Level Fund Development and Grantmaking Communications Coordinator; Social Media Specialist; Digital Engagment Coordinator Creates and manages an organization's public profile†on social networking websites and use interactive technology to build online communities. Postsecondary degree (4 years) or equivalent experience.   Marketing and Communications, Stakeholder Engagement, Donor Relations
Function or Program Managers 105 Program or Functional Manager Analyzes and defines community or industry needs. Assists in the development of new initiatives and overall strategy. Participates in community and/or industry advocacy and social action processes, project management, recruitment, leadership and performance appraisal, program priority setting, maintenance of appropriate reporting, development and management of the team's budget, preparation of submissions to funding or regulatory bodies. Top Executive, Top Function or Program Managers Program Manager; Regional Director; Project Lead Accountable for the effective development, delivery and evaluation of programs or operational functions that will contribute to the achievement of the organization's mission and goals. Skills training and/or related experience. May include postsecondary degree in relevant field.   Program Management, Supervision, Volunteer Management, Budget
Function or Program Managers 125 Top Government Relations Develops and communicates a long term public policy agenda for the organization. Researches, monitors and tracks Government policies and initiatives as they impact the organization or sector. Builds and maintains strong relationships with Members of Parliament/Legislative Assemblies and/or municipal governments and their staff. Top Executive, Senior Function or Program Managers Public Policy Manager; Director, Public Affairs; Government Relations Develops and communicates a long term public policy agenda for the organization. Typically requires postsecondary degree. May require graduate level degree(s).   Stakeholder Engagement, Policy Development
Function or Program Managers 114 Top Membership Services Develops and distributes membership information packages, handbooks and other materials. Researches and maintains member data. Communicates with members regarding issues of interest. May lead or participate in the development and organization of member related events. Top Executive, Senior or Mid-Level Function or Program Managers Membership Coordinator; Manager, Membership Services; Membership & Volunteer Coordinator Develops and communicates a long term public policy agenda for the organization. Typically requires postsecondary degree. May require graduate level degree(s).   Stakeholder Engagement, Events
Function or Program Managers 337 Engagement Coordinator May be responsible for the identification of needs, the connecting of ideas and people, and the design, development and delivery of initiatives, programs and activities that get people involved both as members and volunteers. As part of this role, they may also be involved in membership development, community development initiatives, volunteer management and establishing and maintaining partnerships with other organizations. Managing information and being able to make connections between ideas, people and resources are critical to this role. Board, Top Executive, Senior Function or Program Managers   Community/membership development and engagement.     Stakeholder Engagement, Events, Volunteer Management
Function or Program Managers 126 Manager Retail Operations Responsible for the management of the organizationís retail operations including on-line sales and marketing (where applicable). Responsible for achievement of retail operations revenue and expense budgets. Oversees sourcing and purchasing of product and manages inventory. Ensures product is effectively merchandised Top Executive; Top Function or Program Managers Manager, Retail and Warehouse Operations; Store Manager; Box Officer Coordinator Manages retail operations including marketing, budgets, and inventory. Skills training and/or related experience. May require a postsecondary degree (2 or 4 years).   Operations, Budget,
Function or Program Managers 127 Director of Evaluation and Knowledge Management Accountable for giving expert advice and direction on the strategies, methodologies and tools to evaluate the organizationís performance in meeting its mandate and in interpreting and addressing evaluation findings. Provides direction on the interpretation of significant, complex or contentious data. Maintains professional contacts and liaison with evaluators and knowledge management experts in other organizations and with professional consultants. Top Executive Evaluation Manager; Research and Impact Manager; Director of Research and Outcomes Provide senior leadership in evaluation strategies, methodologies, and tools. Postsecondary degree (masters or higher).   Strategic Direction, Evaluation, Stakeholder Engagement
Function or Program Managers 135 Business Continuity Planner Prepares organization to respond to significant business disruptions (for example, extended power outages, computer system failures, natural disasters) and ensures their capability to continue delivery of products or services at acceptable predefined levels following a disruptive incident. Top Executive, Senior Function or Program Managers   Identifies and creates strategies to deal with potential business disruption.     Emergency Preparedness, Operations, Volunteer Management
International Programs 128 International Program Manager Accountable for providing oversight and direction to country office colleagues by acting as a lead point of contact for development programs of varying complexity. Responsible for working in partnership with internal and external contacts to research, develop and implement programs. Develops and maintains proposals and program plans, manages budgets, timeframes and prepares donor reports. Responsible for the post-implementation monitoring of programs to ensure delivery as planned. Top Executive, Top Function or Program Managers Director, Operations; International Director; International Programs Manager     If this position is not in an international-focused organization, use position 106. Operations, Donor Relations, Evaluation
International Programs 129 Emergency Preparedness & Response Specialist (International) Monitors and reports on emergency situations and issues related to disaster management. Liaises with the country office EPR team. Identifes and formulates project/donor proposals. Follows up on humanitarian action/progress and emergency/early recovery programs implementation, including logistics and evaluation of humanitarian action/progress and emergency programs. Top Executive, Top General Administration Humanitarian Assistance Manager; Manager, Health & Safety     If this position is not, in an international-focused organization, use position 135. Emergency Preparedness, Operations
Program Management and Administration 106 Program Supervisor Accountable for the design, development,and delivery one or more client-centered initiatives, programs, or activities in support of identified community or industry needs. Specific accountabilities may include program evaluation; coordination of administrative functions; participation in budget development and monitoring; staff recruiting, supervision, development and evaluation; establishing and maintaining partnerships with other organization; case management; community development activities; and participation as part of the management team and liaison between management and direct service providers. May be responsible for the leadership of a team of members, service providers, and volunteer, either directly or through subordinate program leaders. May be responsible for coordination and monitoring of significant programs through liaison with members, the business community, other community or industry groups, and volunteers. Top Executive, Top Program and Administration Program Director; Team Lead; Service Delivery Manager       Evaluation, Budget, Stakeholder Engagement, Volunteer Management, Supervision
Program Management and Administration 130 Program Coordinator Accountable for the delivery of one or more client-centered initiatives, programs or activities in support of identified community or industry needs. Specific accountabilities may include supervision; development and evaluation; case management; and liaison between management and direct service providers. The position may be responsible for the leadership of a team of members, service providers and volunteers. Mid-Level Program Management and Administration Assistant Team Lead; Program Coordinator; Project Assistant       Supervision, Evaluation, Client Services, Volunteer Management
Program Management and Administration 316 Supervisor Clinical Services Responsible for directing the daily operations of clinical team members and contracted providers including providing clinical direction and consultation for cases of assigned staff. Supervises, trains, and monitors performance of clinical team including contracted providers. Maintains appropriate clinical staffing levels, contributes to the development of budgets. Provides clinical back-up on complex situations and cases. Consults with client representatives, proposes delivery options, and ensures efficient delivery of services. Monitors statistics and staff and program outcomes. Prepares reports for management. Top Executive, Top Program Management and Administration Clinical Supervisor; Manager, Service Work; Clinic and Intake Manager   Postsecondary in clinical services or related field, supervision experience.   Supervision, Operations
Program Management and Administration 115 Event Coordinator Develops and delivers a variety of events intended to promote the mission of the organization, contribute to fund development, recognize volunteers or any other purpose of significance to the organization. Responsibilities may include event program planning and logistics; marketing and communications; registrations; recruiting and coordinating volunteers; liaison with one or more other organizations who may be co-sponsors of the event, budget monitoring and adherence, identification of sponsorship opportunities and recruiting of sponsors and/or exhibitors. Senior or Mid-Level Program Management and Administration Development Coordinator; Manager, Fundraising and Association Events; Special Events Manager       Events, Stakeholder Engagement
Program Management and Administration 109 Technical/Program Administrator (Non Specific) Performs technical or semi-professional administrative functions requiring an understanding of one or more moderately complex technical areas. Examples of specific accountabilities may include research, program administration, data management and development of non-standard reports from databases. Senior or Mid-Level Program Management and Administration Communications Coordinator; Information Specialist; Database Administrator   Postsecondary related to technical or administrative function.   Administrative Support, Research, Database Management
Program Management and Administration 131 Policy Researcher/Analyst Monitors opportunities, changes and advancements in program delivery, program opportunities, organizational policies, and policies of external entities (government, competitors, collaborators and allies) and provides information on implications for the organization. Understands and writes up potential implications for the organization of changes in the external policies and programs. Uses program information (objectives, deliverables, results, etc.) to plan for new programs and discuss policy and other program barriers, obstacles, risks, strengths and weaknesses, including context analysis for new programs Senior or Mid-Level Program Management and Administration Research and Evaluation Analyst; Research Coordinator; Manager, Policy and Research       Operations, Stakeholder Engagement, Program Development
Program Management and Administration 132 Bid and Proposal Specialist Prepares proposals in response to funding opportunities; maintains data and organizational qualifications on templates used by main funding agencies; coordinates internal staff or external consultants who contribute to the proposal development. Top Program Management and Administration Program and Resource Developer; Partnerships and Funder Relations; Project Coordination Specialist       Supervision, Grants
Human Services Specialists/Counsellors/Health Care Providers 302 Human Services Professional (Non Specific) Responsible for providing professional assessment, referral or educational services to the organization's clients.. These professionals may include health professionals, teachers, etc. Specific accountabilities may include project management; facilitation of group sessions; planning and execution of research projects; selection, training and coordination of volunteers; compilation and interpretation of evaluation data; and contributing to the development of submissions to funding bodies. Senior or Mid-Level Human Services Specialists Family Support Worker; Social Worker; Teacher   Professional training, relevant experience in a human services area and eligibility for professional registration.   Volunteer Management, Evaluation, Client Services
Human Services Specialists/Counsellors/Health Care Providers 303 Senior Program Services Provider (Non Specific) Responsible for providing support and or referral services to the organization's clients. Specific accountabilities may include identification and recruitment of clients in need of services; provision of consumer support services including facilitating the development of skills appropriate to the achievement of the client's goals; development of individual service plans for clients; participation in intake/assessment interviews; liaison with client's case manager to ensure that the client meets personal goals; management of outreach facilities; training and supervision of staff and volunteers; and acting as a liaison with funders and social workers. Top Human Services Specialists, Senior or Mid-Level Human Services Specialists Case Manager; Learning Specialist; Team Lead   This position will typically require formal training and/or several years of relevant experience in a human services area or child care. Positions focused on providing counseling or other clinical services should be matched to positions 305-307 or 317:319 Client Services, Children and Youth, Supervision
Human Services Specialists/Counsellors/Health Care Providers 304 Program Services Provider (Non Specific) This position will typically function under the supervision of more experienced staff providing support and referral services to the organization's clients. At this level the incumbent is developing skills in providing services to clients. Specific accountabilities may include identification and recruitment of clients in need of services, provision of consumer support services (e.g. child care) including facilitating the development of skills appropriate to the achievement of the client's goals, development of individual service plans for clients, participation in intake/assessment interviews, liaison with client's case manager to ensure that the client meets personal goals. Senior or Mid-Level Human Services Specialists Support Worker; Special Projects Coordinator; Front Line Service Provider   This position will typically require some formal training in a human services area or child care. Positions focused on providing counseling services should be matched to positions 305-307 or 317 - 319. Client Services, Children and Youth
Human Services Specialists/Counsellors/Health Care Providers 305 Mental Health Clinician/Therapist This position is a certified clinical professional engaged in clinical therapy helping clients adjust to mental or emotional disturbance or personal crises or deal with stresses associated with illness or injury. Therapeutic processes may include psychological testing, interviews, individual, family or group therapy and may involve the implementation of behaviour modification programs. Collaborates with physicians and other specialists to develop and implement treatment and intervention programs. May be responsible for program development and management or direction of research projects. Top Human Services Specialists, Senior or Mid-Level Human Services Specialists Counsellor; Social Worker; Psychologist   Credentials may include; Registered/Chartered Psychologist, RSW (with membership in clinical registry or AAMFT), RN (MSc) BSWís who are applying extensive specific training and hands on experience may fit this position.   Client Services, Health, Research
Human Services Specialists/Counsellors/Health Care Providers 306 Mental Health/Addictions Counsellor Counsels people to achieve optimum mental health, deal with problems associated with self esteem, aging, parenting or marital difficulties, deal with the personal and social effects of disabilities or substance abuse. Provides counselling to individuals, families and groups to resolve emotional conflicts. Provides crisis intervention, diagnostic assessment and referral to clinicians. Works closely with mental health specialists, clinicians, and school counsellors. May contribute to research projects as a member of a team. Senior or Mid-Level Human Services Specialists Counsellor; Social Worker; Case Manager   Typical credentials include: MSW/RSW (not member of clinical registry), Associate AAMFT. Persons with extensive experiential training in their area of practice may also fit this position.   Client Services, Research, Health
Human Services Specialists/Counsellors/Health Care Providers 307 Case Worker Provides outreach, crisis counselling and referral, resource counselling, and social assessments. May facilitate group sessions as junior facilitator. Contributes to research projects through providing data entry. Senior or Mid-Level Human Services Specialists Crisis Intervention Worker; Client Intake Worker; Case Manager   Credentials typically include BSW or DSW.   Client Services, Entry Level
Human Services Specialists/Counsellors/Health Care Providers 317 Career Counsellor Responsible for providing career related assessment and counselling, including broad career testing, that focuses on assisting the client to make informed career choices. Administers, interprets and provides feedback on a variety of career oriented tests of interests, ability, aptitude and personality. Assists clients, with the development and implementation of an individual career action plan. Senior or Mid-Level Human Services Specialists Employment Specialist; Career Counsellor; Career Advisor   Qualifications will include certification in the administration and interpretation of career oriented testing together with a relevant university degree (BA, BSW) or equivalent.   Client Services, Career Services
Human Services Specialists/Counsellors/Health Care Providers 318 Employment Counsellor Assists clients with developing and implementing individual educational and employment plans; counsels to address relevant issues. Provides assessment, information and referrals to training programs, employment and educational opportunities and financial aid. Senior or Mid-Level Human Services Specialists Employment Support Worker; Job Developer; Job Skills Counsellor   Typical qualifications will include BSW, BA (Psych) or equivalent.   Career Services, Client Services
Human Services Specialists/Counsellors/Health Care Providers 319 Life Skills Support Worker Provides life skills information and referral support to individual clients or groups in areas such as:household financial management, housing, education, transportation and employment, self-care, homemaking and nutrition. Facilitates access to community and professional resources. May provide linguistic and/or cultural interpretation and translation services as required. May advocate on behalf of clients with employers, landlords and institutions. Senior or Mid-Level Human Services Specialists Program Faciliator; Life Skills Coordinator; Family Advocate   Typical qualifications include University degree or diploma with relevant experience.   Client Services, Education
Human Services Specialists/Counsellors/Health Care Providers 330 Intake Counsellor/Support Worker Responsible for the intake of clients requesting access to the organizationís services. Interviews client to perform an initial assessment of needs and engages with clients to provide information about appropriate services available within the organization and in the community and links client to such services. Makes appointments and referrals for further assistance as required. Maintains statistical information for internal reporting. Senior or Mid-Level Human Services Specialists Intake Coordinator; Outreach Worker; Intake Coordinator   Typically requires a Diploma or Degree and strong empathy for client needs.   Client Services
Human Services Specialists/Counsellors/Health Care Providers 325 Settlement Practitioner Assists newcomer immigrants and refugees in their adaptation to Canadian society through education and orientation to life in Canada. Independently conducts client intake and comprehensive needs assessments and develops short and longer term settlement plans with individuals, and families. Works with clients in crisis, facilitates resolution of conflicts and makes referrals to appropriate internal or external resources. Develops and maintains effective dialogue with ethno-cultural and other community groups. Involve newcomers and ethno cultural communities in community-based issue analysis, and policy dialogues. Collaborates with and supports the development of community capacity with groups that share similar settlement objectives Top Human Services Specialists, Senior or Mid-Level Human Services Specialists Newcomer Family Liaison; Settement and Integration Counsellor       Client Services, Stakeholder Relations
Human Services Specialists/Counsellors/Health Care Providers 320 Residential Supervisor Provides supervision and support to a team of Child and Youth Workers in a residential treatment program. Responsibilities include assessment of client needs, goal setting, and treatment planning. Develops, implements, and monitors residence budgets. Ensures required case reports are prepared and filed. Top Human Services Specialists, Senior or Mid-Level Human Services Specialists Group Home Supervisor; Residential Manager; Team Lead   Typical credentials include Diploma/Degree in a related discipline.   Residential Services, Children and Youth
Human Services Specialists/Counsellors/Health Care Providers 326 Home Care Support Worker Assists older adults or disabled clients to maintain their independence by remaining in their home. Independently assists clients by engaging in shared activities and by performing such tasks as light homemaking, laundry, meal preparation and shopping. Reports any changes in clientís behaviour or health or any usual occurrences to appropriate resources. Senior or Mid-Level Human Services Specialists Personal Support Worker; Health Care Aide   Skills training and/or related experience.   Client Services
Human Services Specialists/Counsellors/Health Care Providers 327 Community Disability Service Worker Supports and facilitates the development of client skills and competencies to help them fulfil their goals. Implements person-centred plans to support adults, youths and children with individual development, community /disability development, behavior management or personal care. Assists and supports clients to enable them to participate in a meaningful way in their personal life planning and develop basic living and related skills. Senior or Mid-Level Human Services Specialists Disability Services Worker; Community Support Worker; Direct Support Worker   Postsecondary degree or diploma in related field.   Client Services, Children and Youth
Human Services Specialists/Counsellors/Health Care Providers 328 Community Disability Service Practitioner Provides direct support to clients with complex specialized needs. Participates in assessment, person-centred planning and plan implementation. Participates with the client and their support network to facilitate and support the development and documentation of individualized, person centred plans that provide a framework for on-going support and assistance. Senior or Mid-Level Human Services Specialists Community Resources Practitioner; Case Manager; Assistant Team Leader   Typically with a diploma or equivalent formal education and specialized training.   Client Services, Children and Youth
Human Services Specialists/Counsellors/Health Care Providers 336 Child/Youth Care Assistant Provides child care as a member of a multidisciplinary team. Assists in planning of activities. Ensures that licensing requirements are met. May communicate with parents regarding children in care. Senior or Mid-Level Human Services Specialists     Typically requires Alberta Day Care Qualification Level 1 or equivalent (1 year postsecondary).   Children and Youth
Human Services Specialists/Counsellors/Health Care Providers 309 Child/Youth Care Worker Assists in program planning and implementation and provides care and supervisor for young children. May assist the teacher in supervision or evaluation of other team members and overall programming. May provide specific programming to meet needs of assigned children and participate in meetings with parents. Senior or Mid-Level Human Services Specialists         Children and Youth
Human Services Specialists/Counsellors/Health Care Providers 310 Housekeeper/Cook Provides housekeeping and cooking services for residents of a group home or similar facility. Observes all food safety requirements and that the facility meets required standards. Senior or Mid-Level Human Services Specialists     Includes food handling training.   Operataions, Residential Services
Human Services Specialists/Counsellors/Health Care Providers 313 Early Childhood Educator/Educational Assistant As a member of a multi-disciplinary team assists in program planning and implementation and provides care and supervisor for young children. May assist the teacher in supervision or evaluation of other team members and overall programming. May provide specific programming to meet needs of assigned children and participate in meetings with parents. Senior or Mid-Level Human Services Specialists     Typically requires Alberta Day Care Qualification Level 3, Ontario Early Childhood Education Diploma or equivalent.   Children and Youth
Human Services Specialists/Counsellors/Health Care Providers 321 ESL Instructor Provides English language instruction on an individual or group basis to clients whose first language is not English. Plans, prepares and delivers lessons and workshops. Develops or adapts course materials. Conducts assessments of student needs. Senior or Mid-Level Human Services Specialists     Qualifications include certification in ESL instruction.   Education
Human Services Specialists/Counsellors/Health Care Providers 314 Speech / Language Therapist (Pathologist) Specializes in diagnosis and treatment of speech and language problems, and engages in scientific study of human communication. Diagnoses and evaluates speech and language skills as related to educational, medical, social, and psychological factors. Plans, directs, or conducts habilitative and rehabilitative treatment programs to restore communicative efficiency of children and adults with communication problems. Provides counselling, guidance and language development therapy to developmentally delayed individuals. Senior or Mid-Level Human Services Specialists     Must be a registered member of their provincial association and/or the Canadian Association of Speech Language Pathologists and Audiologists (CASLPA).   Client Services, Health
Human Services Specialists/Counsellors/Health Care Providers 315 Occupational Therapist Identifies, plans and implements client-centred programs to enhance clients' abilities to care for themselves and participate in all aspects of life. Evaluates clientís level of functioning in areas of self care, productivity and leisure, develops intervention programs, monitors client progress and makes recommendations as a member of an interdisciplinary team of professionals, regarding transfer to alternate programs, integration into the community or return to work. Senior or Mid-Level Human Services Specialists     Must be certified by and hold registration in the Professional regulating body in their Province.   Client Services, Health. Career
Human Services Specialists/Counsellors/Health Care Providers 329 Physiotherapist Provides physiotherapy services including assessment, implementation of treatment plans, intervention, etc. for clients with acute and chronic health conditions. Collaborates with primary care providers to implement appropriate treatment programs. Senior or Mid-Level Human Services Specialists     Requires registration and licensing by appropriate Provincial authority.   Client Services, Health
Human Services Specialists/Counsellors/Health Care Providers 331 Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) The LPN performs general nursing duties ensuring emphasis is placed on the physical, mental and social care of the clients. Top Human Services Specialists, Senior or Mid-Level Human Services Specialists   Nurse, Practical Nurse Requires an accredited LPN Diploma and membership with Provincial College of Licensed Practical Nurses.   Client Services, Health
Human Services Specialists/Counsellors/Health Care Providers 332 Registered Nurse Registered Nurses provide professional nursing services for individuals, families, communities and groups, deliver health education programs and provide consultative nursing services to promote maintain and restore patient health. May provide direction to an interdiscipliary team of professionals. Top Human Services Specialists, Senior or Mid-Level Human Services Specialists     Certification as Registered Nurse is required   Client Services, Health, Supervision
Human Services Specialists/Counsellors/Health Care Providers 335 Personal Care Attendant Provides personal assistance and support services for elderly, disabled, acute, or chronically ill people who require short term assistance or ongoing support. The position also contributes to a safe environment through knowledge and practice of the organization's policies and procedures. Senior or Mid-Level Human Services Specialists     Diploma or certification in a relevant field.   Health, Client Services
Human Services Specialists/Counsellors/Health Care Providers 322 Educational Interpreter Responsible for the researching, developing and presenting of interpretive programs for visitors of all ages to the institution. Contributes to the preparation of the departmental budget. Develops and produces materials in support of programs. May represent the organization in the local community. Top Human Services Specialists, Senior or Mid-Level Human Services Specialists     Some postsecondary or related experience.   Education, Client Services
Human Services Specialists/Counsellors/Health Care Providers 333 Pastoral Care Support/Chaplain Provides and offers pastoral care services including emotional and spiritual support, to residents, families, staff and volunteers in a multi-faith context. May be part of a interdisciplinary professional care team and conducts spiritual assessments and ongoing pastoral visits. May conduct worship services and special services as required, and is able to connect individuals to specialized counselling or community social services as necessary. Ramiliar with multi-faith resources and initiates and implements partnerships with faith communities. Top Human Services Specialists     May include certification by specific religious body or tradition.   Client Services, Stakeholder Relations
Human Services Specialists/Counsellors/Health Care Providers 334 Head Chef Responsible for all food production for the organization. Develops menus, food purchase specifications and recipes. May develop and monitor food and labor budget, May supervise and train kitchen staff. Ensures the highest professional food quality, storage and sanitation standards. Top Human Services Specialists     Food services training and/or relevant experience.   Operations, Residential Services
General Administration 110 Administrative Support I Responsible for providing a broad spectrum of administrative support functions to one or more senior managers. Specific accountabilities may include administration of a technical administrative function such as human resource or benefits administration; participation in the development of project and program submissions; coordination and preparation of reports to top executive, members and funders; coordination of events such as AGM and board meetings; representation of the organization at community or industry meetings; and assistance with fundraising activities.May involve supervision of one or more junior administrative staff. Top Executive, Top General Administration         Events, Supervision, Administrative Support
General Administration 111 Administrative Support II Responsible for providing secretarial/administrative support including document production, appointment scheduling, and general office duties. Specific accountabilities may include database management (e.g. data input and report generation); public relations document creation; providing support to the Board (e.g. taking and transcribing minutes); and providing technical support to other organization staff. Top General Administration, Senior or Mid-Level General Administration         Database Management, Administrative Support
General Administration 112 Administrative Support III Provides general clerical, secretarial and reception support for one or more staff of the organization. Typical responsibilities may include routine word processing, data entry, and computer report generation; general telephone and reception duties; assisting with scheduling and preparation of facilities for meetings; receiving and directing mail; arranging for couriers; and maintaining inventory of office supplies and equipment. Senior or Mid-Level General Administration         Administrative Support
General Administration 134 Office Manager Takes care of copier, purchase supplies, minor computer user issues, deals with the suppliers of services (e.g. IT services, landlord, cleaners), central purchasing. May also provide administrative duties to the CEO or senior management. Top Executive, Top General Administration         Operations, Administrative Support
General Administration 122 Branch/Business Executive Contributes to the development of local strategic and operational objectives. Manages the branch or chapter in accordance with the organization's vision, mission, by-Laws, and policies & procedures. Develops, implements, monitors, and reports on the annual operation plan and budget. Ensures effective utilization of fiscal and human resources and high quality delivery of all programs and services. Acts as spokesperson for the organization with external entities such as corporations, other organizations, government, the media, and other key stakeholders. Board of Directors, National or Regional Top Executive         Strategic Directon, Operations, Budget, Leadership
Records Management and Information Technology 323 Curator Responsible for the management and policy development for collections and exhibitions, including directing staff. Responsibilities may include research in support of collections, selecting and documenting acquisitions, exhibition planning, promotion and implementation. Ensures the preservation of collections. Top Records Management and Information Technology     This position typically requires a Post Graduate degree but smaller organizations may find a Bachelorís Degree sufficient   Operations
Records Management and Information Technology 324 Library Technician Ensures the efficient operation of library services, including the implementation of library policies and procedures. Maintains library catalogues and inventory of library materials. Coordinates distribution and return of library materials. Responds to internal and external inquiries. May assist library patrons with research. Top Records Management and Information Technology Library Assistant   Typical qualifications include a Library Technician Diploma or equivalent.   Research, Administrative Support
Records Management and Information Technology 401 Information Systems Manager Accountable for the overall development and operation of information systems to support and facilitate management of the organization. Systems may be centralized or decentralized and may also include voice and data communications. Specific functional accountabilities include identification of short and long range systems needs and development of suitable response strategies, design, development, implementation, and maintenance of systems, data security. May have one or more information systems specialists as direct reports. Top Executive, Top Program and Administration         Database Management, Operations, Supervision
Property Management and Maintenance 402 Systems Support Coordinator Responsible for design, planning, installation and maintenance of less complex systems. Specific accountabilities may include one or more of: desktop systems support, network administration, Email systems support, telephone systems support, database administration, training users in system operation. Top Records Management and Information Technology     The position will generally require a technical diploma or degree and relevant systems experience.   Database Management, Administrative Support, Website Maintenance
Property Management and Maintenance 505 Property Manager Oversees and coordinates the administration, accounting, maintenance, operation and improvement of one or more of the agencyís properties. Ensures that properties are properly maintained and comply with codes and municipal bylaws. Prepares and monitors budgets. Negotiates, and administers leases and other legal agreements. Builds and maintains positive relations with tenants. Deals with tenant and owner concerns such as parking, heating, maintenance, security, insurance, rent payments and the enforcement of rules, regulations and by-laws. Top Property Management and Maintenance         Administrative Support, Budget, Residential Services, Operations
Property Management and Maintenance 506 Residential site manager Responsible for the management of daily operations, maintenance, and administration of assigned location(s). Typical responsibilities may include setting up appointments and conducting unit showings with prospective tenants; responding to current and/or prospective tenant inquiries; arranging move-out inspections and prepare move-out reports; managing tenant maintenance requests including proper follow up to ensure satisfaction and completion; scheduling cleaning and repair of turnover suites and common area amenity space; inspecting buildings and vacant suites to report on any deficiencies and maintenance requests; and responding to after-hours building emergencies during assigned times. Top Property Management and Maintenance         Residential Services, Operations
Property Management and Maintenance 504 Maintenance Supervisor Provides direction and leadership to ensure building maintenance processes are performed to ensure safe, cost effective operations are maintained in one or more facilities. Monitors facility systems, plans, schedules and implements proactive, predictive and preventative maintenance, modifications, new installations and repairs. Oversees service contracts. Top Executive, Top General Administration     Qualifications include a working knowledge of electrical, mechanical and HVAC systems.   Administrative Support
Property Management and Maintenance 507 Facility or Hall Manager Oversees the leasing of rental space. May be the first point of contact for potential renters and are mainly responsible for the administration, operation and marketing of the facilities and the programming offered. Maintains a calendar of events and rentals, answers requests for information, carries out board policies and procedures for rental/leasing, site tours, and damage assessments. Meets with renters to ensure compliance with the rental policies and may engage in light cleaning and maintenance of the rental facility. Board of Directors (Working Board), Top Executive         Operations, Events
Property Management and Maintenance 501 Maintenance Worker Provides required and preventative maintenance services on buildings, grounds and vehicles. Specific accountabilities may include repair of furniture; minor building renovation and modification; minor plumbing or electrical repairs including the repair and maintenance of small electrical motors and appliances; repair and maintenance of small gasoline powered equipment such as lawn mowers and snow blowers; and arranging for servicing of more complex equipment. Maintains control of inventory of maintenance and cleaning supplies and equipment. Top Property Management and Maintenance     Typically posses some training or experience in one or more relevant trades.   Operations
Property Management and Maintenance 502 Caretaker Provides routine cleaning and minor maintenance work relating to the upkeep of buildings and grounds. Specific accountabilities may include snow removal; sweeping, mopping and vacuuming; stripping sealing and waxing floors; and removing waste materials. Top Executive, Top Property Management and Maintenance         Operations
Property Management and Maintenance 503 Truck Driver Operates a truck or van (5 tons or less) to make regular deliveries and pick-ups within the city. Loads and unloads own vehicle. Pre-sorts load items to match delivery route sequence. Ensures delivery or pick-up documentation is complete. Top Property Management and Maintenance Driver   Approriate class of license   Operations

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