Project Manager for Strategic Plan Operationalization Committee (SPOC)
Open for Multi-Faith Family members
About the Program
Generations is a multi-generational housing community in Calgary launched during His Highness the Aga Khan’s Golden Jubilee. Phase one, comprising affordable housing for independent seniors, and phase two, comprising residential care for seniors who require long-term care (LTC) or supported living level 4 (SL4) is currently operational with an early childhood development center (ECD) planned for an opening in the near future. Phase three, the final phase, was envisioned to target residential units for families.
About the Role
A Strategic Plan for Generations has been recently approved. Working under the aegis of the Strategic Plan Operationalization Committee (SPOC), led by the Chairman of the Board, the Project Manager (PM) would help drive the operationalization and implementation of one of the several key goals in the strategic plan: Build infrastructure to drive exemplary care and joyful living. This goal is broken down into four initiatives (best practices rollout, volunteer support model, building an intergenerational framework, and pursuing exemplary accreditation). A PM is being sought to drive the development of the intergenerational framework. The PM would work with SPOC, Project Management Office (PMO), board members, and a team of experts to execute the following:
- Develop an intergenerational framework (or strategy) for inter-generational interactions for a multi-generational community in tandem with the strategic initiative team.
- Develop project plans and tools for the conceptualization, design, planning, and implementation.
- Provide ongoing support and strategic thinking to contribute to the implementation of the strategy.
- Facilitate robust linkages between stakeholders, manage questions and escalate as necessary.
Candidate(s) that can be based anywhere in Canada, as the role is remote, with the following skills:
- Experience with managing multiple stakeholders / projects.
- PM skills - Well versed in MS Project and Excel - Ability to develop work breakdown structures and project plans.
- Strong organizational skills.
- Problem-solving skills.
- Able to anticipate and manage issues and risks
- Experience working with the volunteer (Jamati and/or External) boards and committees, and familiarity with elder care institutions and community development frameworks (CDF) would be an asset.