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Tenant Relations Officer

March 12, 2021
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The Tenant Relations Officer is responsible to ensure the safety and security of women and children residing in Lynn’s Place Second Stage Housing facility. This is a casual position working regular, designated part-time weekends (every second weekend). Two casual positions are available.

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  1. Ensures the health, safety and security of clients residing in Lynn’s Place
    • Calls RCMP, fire or ambulance for emergencies or if backup is required on site
    • Maintains First Aid status and provides first aid
    • Acts as Fire Steward in case of a fire and assists tenants to evacuate
    • Is available after business hours for contact by RCMP, child protection and other emergency personnel
    • Conducts patrols of the building and the grounds
    • Responds to emergency maintenance issues and notifies on call staff if repairs are urgently required
    • Keeps common areas and emergency exits clear of debris
    • Ensures that access doors are properly locked
    • Monitors building entries to ensure that only tenants and their guests have building access
    • Monitors and operates the security camera system
    • Assists tenants who are locked out
  1. Manages tenant relations
  • Treats everyone in a polite and respectful manner
  • Responds to requests for assistance in crises
  • Responds to excessive noise complaints in order to control disruptions to other tenants and the community
  • Ability to be diplomatic and non-judgmental in emotional and sensitive situations
  • Attends meetings regarding tenant concerns
  • Attempts to de-escalate situations before they become crises
  • Uses a trauma informed approach with tenants
  • Maintains confidentiality and avoids discussions in open areas
  • Ability to de-escalate crises and maintain boundaries in stressful situations
  1. Administration
  • Attends meetings of Lynn’s Place staff
  • Communicates issues and concerns for joint problem solving of tenant issues
  • Prepares shift and incident reports and client specific information in client files
  • Performs other tasks as assigned by supervisor


  • Good record keeping skills
  • Good oral and written communication skills
  • Basic computer skills
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Sound decision making skills
  • Training in non-violent crisis intervention
  • Ability to respond effectively in crisis situations and maintain boundaries
  • Ability to work independently with minimal direct supervision

Some education in social sciences or a related field and some experience working with families, homelessness or addictions issues.

Criminal records check, current First Aid/CPR certification and Immunization & TB screening records required.

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