|Organization Name||Job Categories||Position Type||Region and Location(s)||Career Level||Salary||Ad Online Since||Application Deadline|
|Toronto Military Family Resource Centre||Parental Leave Coverage - Full Time||Experienced (Non-manager)||4500047500CAD$45,000 - 47,500||2019-03-13||2019-03-22|
MATERNITY/PARENTAL LEAVE BACKFILL - 3 MONTH CONTRACT with possibility of extension
Under the direction of the Executive Director, the Family Separation & Reunion Coordinator is responsible for the coordination of information, referrals, and support to military families who are approaching, experiencing, or re-integrating from a separation due to deployment, training, or imposed restriction.
Duties and Responsibilities
Duties and Responsibilities include:
Desired Qualifications include:
Interested applicants are required to submit a letter of interest indicating how they meet the position requirements, supported by their resume, through the Charity Village online application system no later than March 22nd, 2019.
About the Toronto Military Family Resource Centre
Founded in 1992 by the military family community of the former Canadian Forces Base Toronto (Downsview), the Toronto Military Family Resource Centre (Toronto MFRC) has been working diligently to foster and support the unique strength of families within the Canadian Armed Forces and the Extended Defence Team community for over 25 years. Dedicated to serving and supporting military and veteran families across the Greater Toronto Area and surrounding communities, the Centre provides the resources to assist, maintain, and enhance the quality of their family life.
The Toronto MFRC is a community-based, non-profit charitable organization charged with the delivery of the Military Family Services Program for the Department of National Defence. The Centre employs approximately 30 full-time, part-time, and casual (supply) staff in the delivery of family support and child care services and is governed by a board of directors elected by the local military family community.
The Toronto MFRC plans, designs, and conducts programs and services that fall under five key categories, Information and Education/Awareness, Referral and Support/Services, Intervention, Support for Ill and Injured, and Veterans Transition, in support of the needs of the military and veteran family community of the GTA. These include both structured workshops and drop-in sessions with offerings such as drop in parenting support sessions to help build resiliency in young children, workshops on couples’ communications skills, and a new special needs program.
In addition to the core programming mandated under the Military Family Services Program service model for the areas listed above, the Toronto MFRC provides a variety of site-specific services, that have been developed to complement the mandated core programs, in response to the needs of the local military family community, including full time childcare services and workshops, support groups, and activities.