Resiliency Program Coordinator

12 month contract | 35 hour work week, potential evenings 

Salary Range: $56,000 - $75,000 based on experience

Jewish Family and Child Service is a multi-service, client-centered agency, and a Children’s Aid Society supporting the healthy development of individuals, children, and families. JF&CS offers a competitive compensation and benefits package including dental, vision, and health coverage, a Healthcare Spending Account, and a defined benefit pension plan. We offer ample vacation and sick days and are closed on most Jewish and all Statutory holidays. We are conveniently located at 4600 Bathurst Street in Toronto. On the premises, you will find free parking, a daycare centre and a gym (with subsidized membership). 


We are seeking a Resiliency Program Coordinator who will be responsible for the coordination of the Resiliency program in collaboration with UJA, JVS Toronto, JIAS Toronto and Jewish Addictions & Counselling Services (JACS). This position will be involved in the implementation, review, and ongoing oversight over UJA sponsored resiliency work focusing on newly vulnerable members of the community as a result of Covid-19.


The successful candidate will:​​

  • Lead the partnership team of Resiliency Coordinators to ensure communication, collaboration and shared planning of service delivery

  • Carry out Agency evaluation activities, including their development and implementation, reporting and knowledge dissemination, and application of findings for the purposes of continuous quality improvement

  • Develop, implement, review, and provide ongoing oversight of the Resiliency program including oversight, consistency and support for the Resiliency Program initiative with participating agencies

  • Lead the evidence informed program development, implementation, ongoing management and continuous improvement of Agency programs connected to JF&CS and other agencies’ outcome areas

  • Establish communities of practice for all resiliency coordinators within and external as included in the UJA program.

  • Establish, maintain and promote partnerships and network with other agencies, community groups and stakeholders in the development and management of Resiliency programs.

  • Performs other duties as assigned.


  • Master’s Degree in Social Work or in a human services field

  • 3 years program oversight and/or research and evaluation experience in a non-profit social service setting

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office, Survey Monkey, SPSS preferred

  • Experience in program development will be considered an asset

  • Demonstrated ability in project management and ability to maintain standards with competing deadlines

  • Expertise in Poverty Reduction Programing

  • Experience managing data sets (e.g. coordinate data entry, ensure data quality, manage confidential data storage)

  • Strong program management, leadership and clinical skills.

Jewish Family and Child Service is committed to the principle of equal opportunity in employment. Accommodations during all phases of the hiring process will be made wherever possible. Please advise us if any such accommodations are required. We thank all applicants for their application and interest; however, only those considered for an interview will be contacted. No agencies please.


Jewish Family and Child Service

4600 Bathurst St | 1st Floor

Toronto, ON   M2R 3V3



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