(BNRC) is looking for a highly skilled leader to join our team in the


(BNRC) is looking for a highly skilled leader to join our team in the
The Brandon Neighbourhood Renewal Corporation (BNRC) is looking for a highly skilled leader to join our team in the
capacity of:
Brandon, Manitoba
Closing Date: May 26, 2015
The BNRC promotes a vibrant, healthy, sustainable community neighbourhood of empowered stakeholders, successful
community projects and partnering organizations.
Position Summary:
Reporting to a Board of Directors the General Manager is responsible for providing leadership, direction and support to staff and
is responsible for the overall delivery and administration of core BNRC programs and the development of strategic plans in
response to community needs. The General Manager is the public face of the organization.
Accountabilities include:
Oversees the planning, implementation and evaluation of the effectiveness of programs and services
Ensures that programs and services meet the organization’s vision, mission and the Board’s priorities
Ensures that the operations meet the expectations of clients, the Board and funders
Secures adequate funding by researching and completing funding proposals and by overseeing the development and
implementation of fundraising activities
Fosters positive relationships through collaboration, consultation and communication with stakeholders, community
groups, funders, politicians and other organizations
 Post-secondary education in Business Administration or a related field with several years experience in a senior management
 Direct supervisory experience with the ability to plan, organize and manage staff.
 Strong leadership experience at a management level
 Experience in financial management and budget management
 Demonstrated initiative, strategic planning and analytical skills with the ability to synthesize a variety of viewpoints
 Effective verbal and written communication skills; a persuasive and passionate communicator
 Demonstrated critical thinking and problem solving skills
 Experience in managing staff effectively within legislation, policies and procedures
 Well developed interpersonal skills demonstrated by the ability to establish trust and develop and maintain working
relationships with diverse community groups
 Experience in building partnerships and establishing relationships with funders, and political and community leaders
 Ability to prioritize the order of critical issues and operate effectively and accurately within limited timeframes
 Experience using Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook or an accepted equivalent
 Solution oriented while working with partnerships
 Demonstrated political acumen
 Strong organizational skills and ability to prioritize workload to meet competing demands
 Ability to work effectively within municipal, provincial and federal funding structures
BNRC Board Chair
Email in C/O Board chair to: [email protected]
410-9th Street (City Hall - Main Floor)
Brandon, MB R7A 6A2
Ph: (204) 729-2496
Fax: (204) 729-0101
Please ensure your cover letter and resume clearly indicates how you meet the qualifications. We thank all who apply and advise
that only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.