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Co-op Housing Manager

Swansea Village Co-op

Swansea Village Co-operative is a 3 low-rise building co-op with 92 units. This non-profit housing co-op was established in 1982 and puts the needs of our members and community first by encompassing a diverse group of people in a supportive and attractive environment.

 

We are staffed by 1 Office Manager, 1 live-in Superintendent and 1 Casual Bookkeeper. We are committed to maintaining well-kept, affordable housing that residents are proud to call home while planning for our 2016 mortgage exit year.

 

We are looking for an experienced, self-sufficient, highly organized professional who is ready to jump in and join our co-op to help us through our next phases.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for the efficient administration of the office and its systems
  • Oversee financial control to include payables, deposits, arrears, lateness and notifications thereof.
  • Act as an Agent of the Board in aspects and ensuring the co-op meets all corporate and legal obligations including communication with organizations such as CHFC, CHFT, CMHC, The Agency for Co-operative Housing, Legal Council, Auditors and any other groups as necessary
  • Preparation of and Implementation of Capital and Operating Budgets considering mortgage ending operations
  • Demonstrated supervisory and staff evaluation skills
  • Demonstrated understanding of apartment building systems ( elevator. mechanical / boilers, electrical etc,)
  • Retaining and supervising trades people and contractors including engineers

Skills & Experiences:

  • Minimum of five years experience required in Federal Cooperative Housing (incl sec. 95 )
  • In-depth knowledge of co-op housing governance, maintenance and financials
  • Competent in RGI subsidy & administration
  • Working knowledge of Co-operative Corporations Act, Ontario Human Rights Code, Fire Code, Building Code,
  • Computer Skills to include HMWorx and NewViews 1, MS Word & Excel; Rogers Email;  experience is mandatory
  • Exemplary verbal and oral communication skills
  • Must be able to work a set schedule including evening board meetings.

 

 

We welcome all interested applicants to please send your cover letter and resume to Swansea@rogers.com

Deadline for applications is October 22, 2013.

We thank all those who apply, however, only those applicants being considered will be contacted for an interview.

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Senior Property Manager, GTA

Community First

Who We Are

Community First Developments Inc. was established in 1995 to provide a supportive and attractive environment in non-profit housing, putting the needs of people first.  Our dedication and commitment to the community has been a great success and we now manage a large, growing portfolio of units, reflecting our consistent growth.  In 2004, we extended our services to condominium and commercial properties through our sister company, ComField Management Services.

 

Working for Community First Developments Inc. is more than just a job. Our employees are committed to managing properties that fulfill the needs of the community, maintaining well kept housing that residents are proud to call home.  Would you like to work for an organisation, which focuses on building healthy and supportive communities that reflect the diversity and unique character of each site? 

Community First Developments offers the following:

A rewarding career with a leading organisation that is growing

Long-term career growth

Competitive pay and benefits to include health, dental and long-term disability

Tuition reimbursement for pre-approved courses

We are looking for a Senior Property Manager who is experienced in non-profit and or co-operative housing management to join our growing team.

 

Reporting to the ‘Executive Team’, this position will oversee operational tasks in managing assigned properties within the Non-Profit/ Co-operative Housing environments.    

 

Responsibilities include:

Directs and actively manages staff to meet and exceed operational objectives; provides technical knowledge and training to respective Boards and staff relating to development and adherence of business plans, by-laws and legal requirements.

Monitors and assess key performance measures to ensure financial performance of portfolio is achieved.  Reviews and develops operating budget, cash projections and instigates financial enhancements to meet portfolio targets.

Oversees maintenance and monitors preventative maintenance program.  Directs capital project management between respective third parties, Property Managers and government bodies to ensure safe, to-specifications and cost effective implementation of projects.

Oversees and directs operational function of all properties within portfolio in accordance with Board direction, legislative requirements and CFDI policies/procedures. 

Provides technical resources/knowledge relating to Non Profit & Co-operative Funding Models, and Funding Agency Compliance Reviews; provides interpretation/directives to staff/clients relating to Housing Services Act, Residential Tenancies Act and other legislative requirements.

Qualifications:

Minimum 8 -10 years Co-op/ Non-Profit housing Property Management.

Minimum 5 years experience managing employees.

Comprehensive knowledge of RTA and HSA, OHSA, ESA & other related legislation.

University degree in Business Administration/Commerce or equivalent work experience.

Superior written and oral communication skills with proven presentation capabilities.

Sound knowledge of Microsoft Office environment, Yardi experience is an asset.

Strong strategic thinking and business acumen capabilities.

Proven leadership skills in managing multiple teams.

Solid organizational and time management skills.

Travel requirements within the broader GTA, particularly the eastern region.

Work schedule includes frequent evening work to attend board/community activities.

 

Application:  If you’d like to be a member of our growing team please quote SPM0003 and forward both a covering letter and resume to hr@cfdi.ca

 

We thank all interested candidates. However, only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.    No calls from recruiters please.

 

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Property Manager- Co-op Housing

Part Time Position, York Region

 

Community First Developments Inc. was established in 1995 to provide a supportive and attractive environment in non-profit housing, putting the needs of people first.  Our dedication and commitment to the community has been a great success and we now manage a large, growing portfolio of units, reflecting our consistent growth.  In 2004, we extended our services to condominium and commercial properties through our sister company, ComField Management Services.

 

Working for Community First Developments Inc. is more than just a job. Our employees are committed to managing properties that fulfill the needs of the community, maintaining well-kept housing that residents are proud to call home.  Would you like to work for an organisation, which focuses on building healthy and supportive communities that reflect the diversity and unique character of each site? 

 

A rewarding career with a leading organisation that is growing!

The chance to make a difference in people’s lives every day

Long-term career growth

Competitive pay and benefits

 

We are looking for a Property Manager with who is experienced in non-profit housing management to join our growing team.  This is a part time position within a seniors’ building

 

Skills & Experiences:

 

Minimum of three to five years Property Management experience and a post-secondary education in a relevant field. 

In-depth knowledge of co-op housing governance, maintenance and financials.   

Competent in RGI subsidy & marketing of vacant units including waitlist management.

In depth knowledge of the RTA, (Housing Services Act and non-profit bylaws an asset).

Familiar with various Acts & Codes, including Fire Code, Building Code, and LTB proceedings.

Experience in working with members including the follow up and successful collection of arrears

Proficient computer Skills; Yardi experience is considered an asset.

Excellent people and communication skills.

Excellent time management skills.

Able to maintain confidentiality with a professional business manner.

Knowledge of York Region  housing regulations would be an asset.

Must be able to work a flexible schedule including some evening work.

 

Excellent written and spoken English mandatory for the position.

Application: If you’d like to be a member of our growing team please send your resume to hr@cfdi.ca

 

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Property Manager- Co-op Housing ( Part & Full Time Positions, East GTA)

Community First Developments Inc.

Community First Developments Inc. was established in 1995 to provide a supportive and attractive environment in non-profit housing, putting the needs of people first.  Our dedication and commitment to the community has been a great success and we now manage a large, growing portfolio of units, reflecting our consistent growth.  In 2004, we extended our services to condominium and commercial properties through our sister company, ComField Management Services.

 

Working for Community First Developments Inc. is more than just a job. Our employees are committed to managing properties that fulfill the needs of the community, maintaining well-kept housing that residents are proud to call home.  Would you like to work for an organisation, which focuses on building healthy and supportive communities that reflect the diversity and unique character of each site? 

A rewarding career with a leading organisation that is growing!

The chance to make a difference in people’s lives every day

Long-term career growth

Competitive pay and benefits

 

We are looking for a Property Manager with who is experienced in co-operative housing management to join our growing team. 

 

Skills & Experiences:

 

Minimum of three to five years Property Management experience and a post-secondary education in a relevant field. 

In-depth knowledge of co-op housing governance, maintenance and financials.   

Competent in RGI subsidy & marketing of vacant units including waitlist management.

In depth knowledge of the RTA, (Housing Services Act and Cooperative Bylaws an asset).

Familiar with various Acts & Codes, including Fire Code, Building Code, and LTB proceedings.

Experience in working with members including the follow up and successful collection of arrears

Proficient computer Skills; Yardi experience is considered an asset.

Excellent people and communication skills.

Excellent time management skills.

Able to maintain confidentiality with a professional business manner.

Knowledge of Toronto housing regulations would be an asset.

Must be able to work a flexible schedule including some evening work.

 

Excellent written and spoken English mandatory for the position.

 

Application: If you’d like to be a member of our growing team please send your resume to hr@cfdi.ca

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Housing Administrator (Full-time), Toronto

Community First Developement Inc.

WHO WE ARE

Community First Developments Inc. was established in 1995 to provide a supportive and attractive environment in non-profit housing, putting the needs of people first.  Our dedication and commitment to the community has been a great success and we now manage approximately 4,000 units, reflecting our consistent growth.  In 2004, we extended our services to condominium and commercial properties through our sister company, ComField Management Services.

 

Working for Community First Developments Inc. is more than just a job. Our employees are committed to managing properties that fulfill the needs of the community, maintaining well kept housing that residents are proud to call home.  Would you like to work for an organisation, which focuses on building healthy and supportive communities that reflect the diversity and unique character of each site? 

Community First Developments offers the following:

A rewarding career with a leading organisation that is growing

Long-term career growth

Competitive pay and benefits to include health, dental and long-term disability

Tuition reimbursement for pre-approved courses

 

The Position

We are looking for a Property Administrator, specifically with Co-operative Housing administration to join our growing team.  This position is situated at a busy downtown Housing Co-op.  Applicants must be immediately available to be considered for the position.

 

Skills & Experiences:

 

One to three years experience and thorough knowledge of the Rent Geared to Income (RGI) Process, applicable tenant acts and Housing Services Act.

Expertise in waitlist management.

Timely and accurate processing pertaining site documents, filing, data entry/word processing, and third party correspondence.)

Knowledge or experience within property administration paramount.

Solid working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite software including MS Excel; MS WORD, MS PowerPoint; MS Access

College diploma in business administration, or other post secondary education in a related field

Good organization and time management skills.

Excellent interpersonal/communication skills. Able to effectively communicate with clients/members both in person and via mail / email.

Excellent written and spoken English mandatory for the position.

 

Application:  If you’d like to be a member of our growing team please send your resume to hr@cfdi.ca

 

 

We thank all interested candidates. However, only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.    No calls from recruiters please.

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Property Manager- Part-time and full-time positions

Community First Developments Inc.

Who We Are

Community First Developments Inc. was established in 1995 to provide a supportive and attractive environment in non-profit housing, putting the needs of people first.  Our dedication and commitment to the community has been a great success and we now manage approximately 4,000 units, reflecting our consistent growth.  In 2004, we extended our services to condominium and commercial properties through our sister company, ComField Management Services.

Working for Community First Developments Inc. is more than just a job. Our employees are committed to managing properties that fulfill the needs of the community, maintaining well kept housing that residents are proud to call home.  Would you like to work for an organisation, which focuses on building healthy and supportive communities that reflect the diversity and unique character of each site? 

Community First Developments offers the following:

A rewarding career with a leading organisation that is growing

Long-term career growth

Competitive pay and benefits to include health, dental and long-term disability

Tuition reimbursement for pre-approved courses

We are looking for an energetic Property Manager who is experienced in non-profit or co-operative housing management to join our growing team.

 

Job Description

As the Property Manager, you will successfully maintain overall financial accountability, viability and day-to-day administration of Properties assigned.   In addition, you will ensure that the facility is properly maintained in accordance with contractual requirements, and by CFDI and building standards, conducting regular inspections, managing maintenance staff and capital projects as and when required.

Essential Skills & Experiences:

A minimum of three to five years in-depth knowledge of non profit and/or co-op housing   

Prior experience managing financials, including budgets, RGI subsidies, etc.

In-depth knowledge of the RTA, (Housing Services Act and Cooperative Bylaws an asset)

Strong building maintenance knowledge and ability to implement an effective preventative maintenance and work order system

Experience in working with members ensuring the follow up and collection of arrears

The successful management and marketing of vacant units including waitlist management

Familiar with various Acts & Codes, including Fire Code, Building Code, and LTB proceedings

Prior experience managing a small team of staff is essential

Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills. Excellent written and spoken English is mandatory for the position.

Excellent time management skills

Able to maintain confidentiality with a professional business manner

Must be able to work a flexible schedule including some evening work

Application:  If you’d like to be a member of our growing team please send your resume to hr@cfdi.ca quoting reference PM0512

 

We thank all interested candidates. However, only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.   

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