Employment Opportunities

Executive Director
Strengthening relationships | Building communities

Who we are:

The Family Counselling Centre of Brant is open to anyone looking to improve their life and take control of their future.  Our team is dedicated to providing responsive, creative and compassionate care to men, women, children, couples and families living in our community.  We are an accredited multi service not-for-profit agency offering individual and group therapy, credit counselling and developmental services in the Brantford/Brant, Hamilton, Haldimand, Norfolk and Niagara areas.  We have been serving the community for over 100 years and believe in promoting the well being and social inclusion of individuals and families through counselling, support, education and advocacy.

To further our mission and shepherd our vibrant organization into the future, we are seeking a dynamic leader to fill our Executive Director position.  Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director will provide overall leadership to FCCB while executing and operationalizing the strategic vision and direction of the Board.

What you can expect to do:

This is a complex executive level role with overall accountability for the successful operation of our organization.  Responsibilities of the Executive Director include, but are not limited to:

Leadership

  • Lead the day-to-day operations of the agency within the authority, direction and policies established by the Board of Directors;
  • Lead the Management Team in the delivery of programs and overall organizational effectiveness;
  • Build and maintain strong collaborative relationships with community partners, funders and other key stakeholders to keep them informed of the work of FCCB and to enhance the agency’s profile in the community;
  • Support the Brant United Way specifically, and the work of the voluntary sector in general, through visible recognition, active participation in campaigns, and related activities;
  • Work with legislators, regulatory agencies, and affiliated membership bodies (FSEAP, FSO, and CCC) to provide input and promote legislative and regulatory policies that strengthen the sector and address the issues of FCCB’s constituencies.

Operational Planning and Management

  • Develop and implement an operational plan which incorporates goals and objectives that work towards the strategic direction of the organization.
  • Establish a positive, healthy, supportive and safe work environment in accordance with all appropriate legislation, regulations and organizational policies.
  • Ensure that the selection, supervision, evaluation and termination of staff is done in a manner that complies with all organizational policies and procedures, and with all applicable legislation.
  • Oversee the efficient and effective operation of the organization and regularly assess organizational performance against goals and objectives.

Financial Management and Reporting

  • Ensure the effectiveness and efficiency of agency programs and operations by means of adequate information management, fiscal controls and evaluation mechanisms.
  • Work with staff and the Board of Directors to ensure delivery of a comprehensive budget.
  • Keep Directors informed of FCCB’s financial and operational condition and of major issues and developments that may affect the organization; assess need for mid-course corrections; report regularly to the Board of Directors on performance and trends

Who you are:

Education

  • Graduate degree in human services or related field, or acceptable combination of education and experience.

Knowledge, Skills and Experience

  • Ability to convey an inspiring vision of the agency’s strategic future and enlist others to move towards it;
  • Broad experience with fiscal management and knowledge of charity specific financial practices;
  • Understanding of the role of the Board of Directors vis a vis the Executive Director within a governance organization model;
  • Entrepreneurial ability as evidenced in the ability to formulate new ideas and to spot or create opportunities and maximize them;
  • Experience working in a non-profit environment, with increasingly senior management responsibilities;
  • Superior decision making and analytical skills;
  • Ability to adapt to, and work with, a variety of situations, individuals and groups;
  • Proven abilities and skills in developing partnerships, building teams, change management and conflict resolution;
  • Solid understanding of information technology and management information systems;
  • Understanding of service delivery systems in the not-for-profit sector;
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills;
  • Excellent organizational and time-management skills.

We invite qualified candidates to express their interest in our Executive Director position by submitting in confidence their Resume/CV, Cover Letter and any related documents demonstrating their achievements, along with their salary expectations, to: susan@policyplanningplus.cafor consideration before 5:00pm on Friday, March 23, 2018.

Family Counselling Centre of Brant is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection processes. If contacted for this opportunity, please advise us if you require accommodation for interview or employment purposes.


BEHAVIOUR CONSULTANT POSITION

Contract Position – one year full-time

Hamilton Brant Behaviour Services, a program of Family Counselling Centre of Brant, Inc., provides consultation, individual and group intervention, education and training for adults living in Hamilton and for adults and children living in Brantford with a developmental disability or a dual diagnosis. The program assists individuals experiencing behaviour and emotional difficulties that hinder successful community living, and also works with families, caregivers, and other community partners.

The ideal candidates will have a university degree in a relevant field, with at least three years’ experience working with individuals with a developmental disability and/or a dual diagnosis. You will have in-depth knowledge in the fields of developmental disabilities, autism, applied behaviour analysis, and dual diagnosis. You will also have success in working effectively across service sectors and, ideally, experience consulting with individuals, families and in a variety of community settings. The position is based in Brantford. If you are interested in joining a growing, dynamic, intra-disciplinary clinical team, then we welcome your resume by March 30, 2018 to:

Keith Anderson, Family Counselling Centre of Brant, Inc.
54 Brant Ave. Brantford, Ontario N3T 3G8
Fax: 519-753-9287
Email: office@fccb.ca

Preference may be given to candidates who are bilingual.

Family Counselling Centre of Brant is committed to promoting the independence, dignity, integration, and equality of opportunity of persons with disabilities, by ensuring the accessibility of our facilities and services. Accommodations are available for all parts of the recruitment and selection process.

We are an equal opportunity employer and thank all applicants for their interest, however; only those selected for an interview will be contacted.


FULL-TIME SENIOR BEHAVIOUR CONSULTANT  POSITION – Permanent

Hamilton Brant Behaviour Services, a program of the Family Counselling Centre of Brant, Inc., provides consultation, individual and group intervention, education and training for adults living in Hamilton and for adults and children living in Brantford with a developmental disability or a dual diagnosis. The program assists individuals experiencing behaviour and emotional difficulties that hinder successful community living, while working with families, caregivers, and other community partners.

We are currently recruiting for the position of Senior Behaviour Consultant to provide clinical supervision of all behaviour supports and interventions for twelve behaviour consultants. The successful candidate will possess a Masters degree in Psychology, or a related discipline, BCBA designation and three years of supervisory experience. Bilingual candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. We operate from a Positive Behaviour Supports perspective within an intra-disciplinary, holistic, collaborative framework. This full-time position is based in Hamilton, with some work in Brantford and area. The annual salary range is $54,887 – $61,783.

If you are interested in working in a progressive, innovative and dynamic environment, please submit your resume to:

Family Counselling Centre of Brant, Inc.
Attention: Keith Anderson, Manager, Hamilton Brant Behaviour Services
54 Brant Ave. Brantford, Ontario N3T 3G8
Fax: 519-753-9287 or email: office@fccb.ca.

Family Counselling Centre of Brant is committed to promoting the independence, dignity, integration, and equality of opportunity of persons with disabilities, by ensuring the accessibility of our facilities and services. Accommodations are available for all parts of the recruitment and selection process.

We are an equal opportunity employer and thank all applicants for their interest, however; only those selected for an interview will be contacted.


POSTE PERMANENT à TEMPS PLEIN DE CONSEILLER PRINCIPAL EN COMPORTEMENT
Salaire annuel : 54 887 à 61 783 $

Hamilton Brant Behaviour Services, affilié à Family Counselling Centre of Brant, Inc., propose des consultations, des interventions individuelles ou de groupe, ainsi que des possibilités d’enseignement et de formation aux adultes vivant à Hamilton et aux adultes et enfants vivant à Brantford qui présentent une déficience développementale ou un diagnostic mixte. Le programme assiste les personnes ayant des difficultés émotionnelles et comportementales qui nuisent à leur réussite dans la vie communautaire, tout en collaborant étroitement avec les familles, le personnel soignant et d’autres partenaires communautaires

Hamilton Brant Behaviour Services, affilié à Family Counselling Centre of Brant, Inc., propose des consultations, des interventions individuelles ou de groupe, ainsi que des possibilités d’enseignement et de formation aux adultes vivant à Hamilton et aux adultes et enfants vivant à Brantford qui présentent une déficience développementale ou un diagnostic mixte. Le programme assiste les personnes ayant des difficultés émotionnelles et comportementales qui nuisent à leur réussite dans la vie communautaire, tout en collaborant étroitement avec les familles, le personnel soignant et d’autres partenaires communautaires.

Nous recrutons actuellement un conseiller principal en comportement qui assurera la supervision clinique de toutes les interventions et de tous les soutiens comportementaux pour douze consultants en comportement. Le/la candidat(e) idéal(e) possèdera une maîtrise en psychologie ou dans une discipline connexe, le titre BCBA et trois ans d’expérience en supervision. Les candidats bilingues sont fortement encouragés à postuler. Nous adoptons une perspective positive du soutien au comportement dans un cadre de collaboration intra-disciplinaire et holistique. Ce poste à temps plein est basé à Hamilton, avec un peu de travail à Brantford et dans les environs.

Si vous souhaitez travailler dans un milieu dynamique, innovateur et évolutif, veuillez envoyer votre CV à :

Family Counselling Centre of Brant, Inc.
À l’attention de Keith Anderson, directeur, Hamilton Brant Behaviour Services
54 Brant Ave. Brantford, Ontario N3T 3G8
Télécopieur : 519-753-9287 ou par courriel : office@fccb.ca.

Family Counselling Centre of Brant s’engage à promouvoir l’indépendance, la dignité, l’intégration et l’égalité des chances des personnes handicapées, en assurant l’accessibilité des installations et services. Des aménagements sont prévus durant tout le processus de recrutement et de sélection.

En tant qu’employeur, nous offrons des chances égales et remercions tous les postulants pour leur intérêt, cependant seules les personnes retenues pour un entretien seront contactées.

 

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