The Full-time Drop-in Supervisor

The Full-time Drop-in Supervisor will manage the drop in staff and day to day operations of the drop in center as well as create and maintain partnerships with related agencies in the city. They will work with street involved youth primarily and with youth from neighboring communities occasionally in a dynamic drop in setting, small groups and one on ones; supporting, advocating and encouraging them as they make choices to move to healthier lifestyles. The Drop-in supervisor will assist in referring youth to services related to housing, health care and employment. If you enjoy managing a team, engaging with a wide variety of at-risk youth, feel a calling to build a career in this kind of setting and desire to make a significant impact on this vibrant, diverse community, this is your opportunity. You will develop skills in program planning, development and delivery, and administrative skills in an environment where we value empowering community members.


  • Supervising staff and volunteers for the day to day operations of the drop-in.
  • Building meaningful relationships with the at-risk youth who access our services and challenging them to seek their full potential
  • Advocating for and with youth, accompaniment visits to court, jail, hospitals and other community visits
  • Providing administrative support to programs; helping to organize reports, community member files, and committee minutes
  • Attending team and staff meetings; connect with other agencies and government organizations and network in the community to keep abreast of resources and current trends


  • Ability to lead and direct a team with staff, student interns and volunteers
  • Post-secondary education in the social service field
  • Drop-in, service/program delivery experience with youth including street involved youth
  • Demonstrate a particular interest in working with at risk youth
  • Ability to engage in conversation with a wide variety of personality types
  • Enthusiasm for creative transformative community programs
  • Effective English written and oral communication skills and computer literacy; other language skills a definite asset (e.g., Spanish, French, Tagalog)
  • Computer literacy teaching skills as well as organizational and administrative skills
  • Good interpersonal skills; conflict resolution skills; a self-starter
  • Ability to work some evenings and the occasional weekend
  • A biblical understanding of the unique aspects of ministry among the poor and youth at risk
  • A police check will be required / First aid training is an asset
  • Demonstrated commitment to our ministry principles of faith, mission and values
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