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Dixie Bloor Neighbourhood Centre is an accredited, non-profit, community based agency established in 1988. We continue to be a great place to work for those looking to contribute to the continued health, independence and happiness of our families in Mississauga. We are fulfilling our mission in our neighbourhood through a blend of sound management, strong governance, and a persistent dedication to achieving results. We are committed to making the work experience rewarding for all employees by offering a competitive salary and benefits package, career development through various work experiences, training opportunities, fundraising and volunteer work

Competitive Salary

We offer competitive compensation that matches or exceeds industry averages for the charitable sector.

Benefits Package

Our comprehensive benefits package offers 100% employer contribution, protecting your salary for what’s most important.

Career Development

We support the career development of all staff through diverse work experiences, training, fundraising activities, and volunteer opportunities

Our values & why you should work here

We serve all family members and offer a variety of services to help families and individuals, so our careers include employment counsellors, childcare and English teachers, senior support, early years and youth facilitators and supports for newcomers to Canada. Our team is knowledgeable, creative and resourceful and we work together to find the best solution. If you are the type of person who finds energy working with passionate people, check out our job section. Join us in shaping the success of families in Mississauga.

Our current postings

Interested applications for any of our job postings should submit a resume and cover letter with the reference number (as outlined in the posting) in the subject line of the email. We thank all applicants but only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Dixie Bloor Neighbourhood Centre is an equal opportunity employer.

DBNC Job description

DBNC (Dixie Bloor Neighbourhood Centre) is seeking individuals to serve on its volunteer Governance Board of Directors. A successful applicant would join a dynamic team of individuals from various backgrounds and sectors who are passionate in ensuring that DBNC remains a strong and effective organization that helps all individuals through our multi-faceted; multi-lingual services. All applicants must support our Mission and Vision, provide thoughtful and strategic leadership, and be committed to the principles of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.

“Our Mission is to enhance quality of life with impactful services and engaging programs that build stronger and progressive communities”.

DBNC is an accredited, non-profit organization providing support services to residents of Mississauga including newcomers to Canada, youth, seniors, and families. As a part of a progressive team, you will have the opportunity to make a positive difference in the communities we serve, in an environment of continuous learning with development opportunities.

Job Type: Part-time

Application question(s): How many understand the roles/responsibilites of a board member?

Education: Secondary School (preferred)

Experience: Governance Board: 1 year (preferred)

Work Location: In person

DBNC is committed to the development of an agency that reflects the diversity within the Region of Peel and the clients we serve, including newcomers, refugees, international students, families and youth. We are currently seeking applicants who:

· Are members of under-represented groups

· Through either lived experience, work, or volunteer activities, understand issues important to vulnerable or marginalized community members such as disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, low income, homelessness, youth, newcomers and seniors.

· Have a commitment to DEI

· Have previous Governance Board experience and / or understand the role / responsibilities of a Board member

This position is open to all individuals. This includes Trans individuals, cisgender women / men, and non-binary people.

Commitment of Successful Applicants:

· Attendance at monthly Board Meetings (first Tuesday of each month – 1.5 hours + prep time).

· Attendance at the Annual General Meeting in September and other DBNC activities.

· Serve on at least one Board Committee.

· Participation in the annual Board Development opportunities.

· Advocate for and support the ongoing development and implementation of a long-term vision and strategic plan for DBNC.

· Minimum three-year term (to a maximum of three three-year terms).

Please submit a resume and cover letter outlining your interest to serve on the Board or for further information :

Priyanka Sheth, Executive Director

[email protected]

647-296 -9996

Dixie Bloor Neighborhood Centre

Human Resources Department, Dixie Bloor Neighborhood Centre,

3650 Dixie Rd., Unit 103, Mississauga, ON L4Y 3V9

DBNC thanks all applicants for their interest, only those under consideration will be contacted for interviews. Please be advised that successful incumbent(s) will be required to undergo a vulnerable sector screening as a part of the final step in the hiring process.

DBNC is an equal opportunity employer. We embrace diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive workplace. Our goal is to attract, develop and retain highly talented employees from diverse backgrounds, allowing us to benefit from a wide variety of experiences and perspectives. In accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code, Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, and DBNC Policies, accommodation will be provided at any point throughout the hiring process, provided the candidate makes their accommodation needs known. We welcome applications from all qualified persons.

Personal information provided through the DBNC recruitment, selection, and onboarding process is necessary for the proper administration of this recruitment process for employment and volunteer positions with DBNC. Personal information is protected from disclosure pursuant to PIPEDA (Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act