Now Hiring: Family Services Manager

KCR is searching for a new dynamic individual to lead our family services:

The Family Services Manager/Adoption Administrator will be responsible for all Family related services within KCR. This Department focuses primarily on early years’ prevention, domestic and international adoption/permanency planning, crisis support and community partnership programs for children and families.

The Manager is responsible for monitoring, supervision, and growth of adoption, early years’ and at-risk programs at KCR including outreach services and volunteer-based supports. Programs under this person’s guidance also include community collaboration and collective impact models requiring advanced skills in building and maintaining alliances, teamwork and diplomacy.

The Manager will have the credentials and experience to obtain and maintain delegated authority of the Provincial Office of the Director of ACBC and have familiarity with the BC Adoption Act (1996), BC Adoption Regulations, BC Agency Regulations, Practice Standards, BCCSW Standards, and Hague Convention in the context of a social enterprise organization.

The Manager will guide a team of service providers delivering programs and services to families. The Manager will build and maintain positive and collaborative contractor and community relationships. Through the demonstration of a unique blend of business savvy, social entrepreneurship, and social service understanding, they will define areas of service gaps and explore future program and funding opportunities.

All interested please direct your resume and cover letter to ac.rcknull@nelle.

For more information refer to the detailed job description

We thank all that apply and will only be contacting those we wish to interview. Recruitment will be active until a suitable candidate is found.
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