New Job On Call Manager - Yukon Women'S Transition Home (Kaushee'S Place And Betty'S Haven) In Yukon

On Call Manager - Yukon Women
On Call Manager - Yukon Women's Transition Home (Kaushee's Place and Betty's Haven)

On Call Manager - Yukon Women's Transition Home (Kaushee's Place and Betty's Haven)

Company : Women's Transition Home
Salary : Details not provided
Location : Yukon

Full Description

On Call Manager - Yukon Women's Transition Home (Kaushee's Place and Betty's Haven)
Women's Transition Home
Whitehorse, YT
Part Time


Closing Date
until filled
Job Level
Senior management
Intended job posting audience
Anyone who can legally work in Canada can apply for this job. If you are not currently authorized to work in Canada, the employer will not consider your job application.

Women's Transition Home

On Call Manager

If you are looking to join a team that is doing valuable and meaningful work, we want to hear from you.

We serve those who identify as women and their children who are fleeing violence. We operate with a feminist philosophy grounded in human rights, to promote social change and end all forms of violence.

As a casual Manager of the Women’s Transition Home, you will collaborate with the management team to supervise the staff and ensure best practices in programs and service delivery.


  • Manages and supervises staff in service delivery
  • Covers when other managers are on leave or require assistance

  • Create positive working relations with other staff based on team work, respect, cooperation and shared decision making

  • Maintain confidentiality of the management team, victim information, and private Society records

  • Assist in the development of polies and procedures

  • All aspects of HR including; recruitment, training, supervision, evaluations and corrective measures

  • Maintain a 24/7 staffing schedule

  • Maintain good relationships with community agencies and connections to other women’s groups

  • Participate in community working groups and represent the Society

  • Create and present workshops and information session when requested.


Sound knowledge and understanding of violence against women and the realities facing of Indigenous women

Proven management experience in a fast paced stressful environment (5 years)

Some on-call and after hours/weekend work required

Experience in a unionized work environment

Excellent verbal and written communication skills

Knowledge of Response-Based Practice an asset

Ability to solve problems and exercise good judgment in stressful situations

Ability to work in a team-oriented environment, to set priorities, and to meet funding requirements

Proficiency in Word processing, Excel, PowerPoint communications

This is a casual non-unionized position with the possibility of future opportunities. Interested persons may contact Executive Director by email or 633-7722 for more information and a copy of the job description.

Closing Date: until filled

Michelle Parsons, Executive Director, Email: [email protected]