Program Supervisor

Community Living North Perth is seeking a Program Supervisor to serve as part of our leadership team,
contributing to CLNP’s mission, goals, and objectives through planning, organizing, directing, and leading
their assigned program areas. Reporting to the Program Manager, you will oversee the effective and
efficient delivery of programs through our staff team.
About You:
You have a strong desire to lead change and advocacy for the inclusion of people with developmental
 Post-secondary degree or diploma in a relevant field of study and a minimum of three years
progressive supervisory experience in the human services field;
 You will demonstrate your experience working in other social services and community health
sectors such as housing, mental health, addictions, poverty, etc.;
 You have proven leadership and conflict-resolution skills;
 Experience working in a unionized environment;
 Knowledge of the Ministry of Children, Community, and Social Services developmental services
system; experience developing programs and services highly beneficial;
 You have a driver’s license, proof of insurance, and a reliable vehicle;
 Able to provide a satisfactory Vulnerable sector police check;
 Able to provide proof of vaccination for COVID-19 and
 Availability to work after-hours on occasion;
 Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Office products, the internet, and email.
You will:
 Work collaboratively with managers, supervisors, and other staff to ensure programs and
services are delivered in accordance with the organization’s policies and procedures, and in
compliance with Ministry and legislative requirements;
 Assess and evaluate programs on a regular basis to ensure the quality and effectiveness of assigned
program area;
 Maintain accurate records and program documentation;
 Coordinate and manage the resources allocated to assigned program areas;
 Participate in recruiting, hiring, orientation, and training of new staff and assist with the
maintenance of the organization’s HR records and documentation;
 Plan, assign, and direct the work of current staff and monitor and ensure staff are completing
their duties and responsibilities;
 Communicate performance expectations and accountability for all staff in the assigned program
area, including evaluating and managing performance;
 Encourage the skill and professional development and act as a mentor and coach to guide staff in
problem-solving and decision-making;
 Ensure communication through regular team meetings;
 Manage the financial, physical, and human resources allocated to the assigned program areas,
and provide data and reports to inform organization resource planning;
 Manage relationships with the people supported by CLNP and their caregivers, including
communicating about service concerns and addressing complaints;
 Ensure the well-being and safety of staff and the people being supported by CLNP;
 Serve on internal and external committees and work groups, as appropriate;
 Participate in the organization’s on-call system;
 Other duties may be assigned from time to time.
About Us:
Community Living North Perth is a not-for-profit charity. We champion and advocate for the inclusion
and citizenship of people with developmental disabilities in North Perth. We are dedicated to promoting
quality of life through education, advocating inclusion, realizing dreams, and supporting people to be
contributing members of their community.
How to Apply:
Application Deadline: February 24, 2023.
Apply in confidence with a cover letter and resume
to We appreciate the interest of all applicants, however only those under
consideration will be contacted.
We are dedicated to maintaining a respectful, fair, and equitable work environment, and welcome submissions from
all qualified applicants. If accommodation is required during the selection or interview process it will be available
upon request. This job posting is available in an accessible format upon request.
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