Employer: Social Enterprise Centre of Excellence
Position:  Managing Director - SECE
Type: 1 year full time Contract with the possibility of extension
Compensation: Attractive Salary and Benefits
Social Enterprise Centre of Excellence (SECE) is an innovative initiative focused on education, self-determination and community development for youth with a deliberate focus on racialized and criminalized young people in Toronto’s most under-served communities. SECE’s vision is to empower young people to engage in social change through social entrepreneurship and enterprise.


Working with the SECE steering committee to facilitate the strategic partnerships and practical business development of the Social Enterprise Centre of Excellence:
  • Be a resource to the steering committee: work with S.C. members to strengthen organizational capacity in the development of governance and operational systems
  • Develop strategies for partnership development to engage and support SECE’s business and community based partners
  • Keep abreast of trends and best practices in the industry to strengthen organizational and technical knowledge as it relates to business intelligence.
  • Develop and maintain a knowledge management system including database of internal and external stakeholders and resources
  • Produce  and disseminate timely monthly, quarterly and year-end reports on the operations and finances of the initiative for funders and SECE stakeholders
  • Develop a three-year initiative work plan in collaboration with the Steering committee
  • Manage the initiative’s resources within effective budget guidelines according to current laws and regulations and SECE’s financial management policies


  • Post secondary education in business or community economic development or a combination of experience and education in a related field
  • A minimum of 3-5 years experience in project management or organizational development in either the non-profit or social enterprise sectors
  • Strong general knowledge of the social enterprise sector with excellent understanding of developing trends in the sector
  • Experience in or an understanding of community issues facing racialized youth in Toronto’s 13 priority neighborhoods.
  • Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing to diverse audiences
  • Excellent computer skills specifically MS Office including Outlook, Word, Excel, Explorer, Access and PowerPoint
  • Proven ability to work effectively within a team as well as independently
  • Detail oriented with proven capacity to complete project deliverables on schedule while managing pressure and competing priorities
  • Good judgment with the ability to act tactfully and with diplomacy
Interested applicants please submit a resume and a cover letter to:
Joesi-Ann Nelson, Youth Program Manager
Black Creek Community Health Centre
Application Deadline: Friday, May 20th, 2011
Please note that only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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