DEADLINE TO APPLY IS DECEMBER 20
BC Association of Family Resource Programs (FRP-BC) has a 25 year history as a dynamic provincial voice for more than 200 Non-Aboriginal and Aboriginal Family Resource Programs offered in community based Early Years settings throughout British Columbia. Our mission is to promote, strengthen and expand the BC Family Resource movement; to strengthen and empower families, neighbourhoods and communities so that they can foster optimal development of children within the context of family.
Responsible for all functions of the provincial office, The Executive Director is an ambassador for the Family Resource Program (FRP) sector in BC, providing a credible voice within and between family serving organizations, and between government, communities and families. The position responsibilities include administration, financial management, human resources management, fund development, project development, and government/community relations. A complete job description is available on our website at www.frpbc.ca. Salary and benefits will be negotiated, commensurate with experience.
· A relevant university degree (masters recommended)
· Minimum 5 years’ experience at a municipal, regional or provincial level in management, project development, and fund development
· A sound knowledge of the Family Services/Community Services sector in BC and Canada
· Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
Applications will only be accepted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org before December 20, 2013 at 12:00 pm noon
Please do not contact the office
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted with an offer to interview
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BC Families Agenda
Building a Sustainable Quality Early Years Strategy to Support BC Families
Early Years Strategy
The Families First Agenda
Through a UWLM Public Policy Grant, the BC Association of Family Resource Programs will provide leadership and support to manage a three-year ECD policy development initiative. We are committed to working with others to advance a provincial framework of Child Care, Early Learning and Family Support.
Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Ministry of Education <click here>
Presentation delivered at the September 19 First Call Roundtable Meeting <Click Here>
Common Sense Changes Encourage Work, Protect Vulnerable Families - BC Government Newsroom
Download MCFD's Operational & Strategic Directional Plan
FRP-BC submts letter to Deputy Minister Stephen Brown in response to the MCFD Service Plan.
Developed in partnership between MCFD and FRP-BC. The purpose of this review is to provide an overview of early years program service delivery in BC and examine the integration of early years programs and services in other jurisdictions. The report examines the following research question: Based on experiences described in other jurisdictions, what are the key enabling elements for promoting and maintaining successful integration of early years programs and services?