General Services Officer

Under administrative directions, plans, organizes, and directs the operations of the General Services Department; provides a variety of support functions to other different departments; act as Procurement Officer, Property Custodian, Supply Officer and performs related duties as required.

  1. Directs staff in the planning, coordination, and provision of a variety of support services to Different departments, including but not limited to: information systems, risk management, facilities maintenance, purchasing, property management, vehicle operations and maintenance, mail and reprographics, telephone services, and communications; oversees the development, modification, and implementation of operational and administrative policies and procedures; directs negotiations conducted by other executives and line managers; sets and adjusts priorities in order to provide direction for subordinates.
  2. Makes presentations to the Executive Committee (ExeCom), answering questions on technical and policy issues related to services provided by the department; serves on committees that formulate policies related to departmental services; represents the department or the County in interactions with other Different departments, contractors, vendors, and other outside organizations; responds to service requests referred by subordinate managers; represents the department and its position in negotiations, meetings, and other forums.
  3. Directs staff in the: preparation and monitoring of departmental budget; determination of appropriate level of services and rates; development of performance measures; analysis of services provided to ensure cost efficiency and adequate levels of service. Facilitates the review of subordinate executives' and managers' budget requests to determine the need for requested items, their priority, and alternate sources of funding; presents and defends proposed budget to Executive Committee (ExeCom).
  4. Selects support staff; establishes standards, evaluates performance, and takes disciplinary actions.
  5. Conduct Regular Supplies and Property Inventory including Issuance of Memorandum of Receipt for all utilized Properties.


Community Program Officer

  1. Research and review grant proposals by gathering information from experts, making site visits, and analyzing information; developing and presenting analyses of grant requests to GAITF staff and Committee to ensure excellent stewardship of the Foundation’s funds and maximum improvement for our community
  2. Monitor grants in progress and review grants that have completed their grant period to determine if they have achieved their grant outcomes
  3. Help administer special purpose funds, which occasionally require writing guidelines, convening advisory committees, and marketing grant opportunities
  4. Prepare written and other necessary materials for Foundation Committee members that summarize issues and decisions for their consideration
  5. Staff advisory committees; plan grants-related meetings, events, and site visits to help advisory committee members understand the variables that influence grantmaking decisions
  6. Consult with prospective grantees and assist nonprofit organizations in their interactions with the Foundation in order to maximize their understanding of GAITF and the grantmaking process
  7. Help support new initiatives as they are created
  8. Keep the community and GAITF staff informed about grants and initiatives; make occasional presentations on grants-related topics
  9. Represent GAITF by serving on community committees and attending Foundation, community, and grantee events as appropriate
  10. Maintain contact with local organizations and keep informed on community issues and events
  11. Partner with GAITF staff on tasks that concern the broad agenda of GAITF’s work in order to ensure that decisions are made with diverse input to benefit a common good
  12. Work occasional nights and weekends to demonstrate support of the nonprofit sector
  13. Participate in regular staff and other internal meetings.
  14. Provide support for donor relations and donor stewardship for GAITF.
  15. Provide database management for GAITF, and maintain grant and donor lists.
  16. Oversee the annual planning process and work with the Executive Committee (ExeCom) in scheduling meetings and events.
  17. Provide technical assistance to grantees and applicants.
  18. Participate in the annual Affiliate Convening and participation in Affiliate training opportunities in partnership with GAITF.
  19. Perform other duties as assigned


Student Affairs Officer

Provides vocational, educational, financial and personal counselling to students and applicants. Provides vocational assessments relative to admission to courses where applicants are otherwise unable to meet entrance requirements and to applicants requiring assistance in career planning and course selection.

Supervising various campus programs and serving as a liaison between School administrators and student organizations, such as a student council.

Mandated to, among other things, provide intervention for studentsdisciplinary issues; develop appropriate programmes to promote positive behaviour; monitor, develop and implement student behavioural contracts; keep a log of students' attendance and truancy issues; communicate disciplinary Action.

Utilizing leadership, advocacy, and collaboration, school counselors promote student success, provide preventive services, and respond to identified student needs by implementing a comprehensive school counseling program that addresses academic, career, and personal/social development for all students.