We always welcome resumes from qualified applicants
Ontario Aboriginal Housing Services (OAHS) provides safe and affordable housing for urban and rural Aboriginal people in Ontario. Our Vision is “to lead the design, development and delivery of sustainable and culturally appropriate housing that promotes excellence in the Aboriginal community and organizational infrastructures”. OAHS continues to expand by adding housing units in several Ontario communities. As a result, we are always seeking qualified candidates who will be goal oriented, organized, enthusiastic individuals who understand and appreciate how safe, affordable housing contributes to quality of life.
As the Housing Services Representative, you will be an integral member of the Operations Team, responsible for providing high-quality tenant services and a range of administrative and program support in order to achieve team and organization goals.
As the Client Services and Building Coordinator, you will be an integral member of the Property Management and Programs Teams responsible for, but not limited to, all aspects of property inspection, maintenance and security of assets while ensuring superior tenant service and asset optimization.
Reporting to the Property Manager and working closely with the Property Management team, the successful applicant will be responsible for receptionist duties and administrative support as needed.
As the Technical Assistant, you will be an integral member of the Operations Team, responsible for providing high-quality assistance to the program team with a range of administrative and program support in order to achieve team and organizational goals.
Reporting (interim) to the Director of Property Management, the successful applicant will provide support to OAHS by effectively managing and controlling incoming revenue as well as offering guidance/support on new ways to improve/sustain revenue growth.
Reporting to the Tenant Support Supervisor, the successful applicant will be responsible for assisting OAHS tenants in maintaining stable housing by assessing their tenancy vulnerabilities and aligning their needs with Indigenous and other services and supports in their communities.