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Executive Director

Reports to:
Central Station Board of Directors
Permanent Full Time
40 hours per week, Monday to Friday
Compensation will be commensurate upon experience and skills consisting of an annual salary. While the Executive Director role is intended to be a full-time position, alternative arrangements may be considered.
Anticipated Start:
November 1st, 2023
Application Deadline:
September 20, 2023


Central Station is a non-profit community centre located in Winkler, MB. We are currently seeking a full time Executive Director. Rooted in the teachings and life of Jesus Christ, our vision is to provide an environment that equips, empowers and educates individuals and families to live a full and vibrant life.

The Executive Director will be accountable to the Board of Directors. Central Station is seeking a dynamic, experienced, independent, organizational leader to help build on and build out the organization. The Executive Director leads and manages all operations and activities of the organization, ensuring its success and fulfilling its mission of promoting a place of belonging, hope, and support (physically, emotionally and spiritually) for individuals and families. The Director will oversee staff, budgets, contracts, volunteers and community relationships, striving for excellence in program development and delivery. The Executive Director also plays a key role in securing funding, building networks and promoting the organization to various stakeholders.

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Primary Duties & Responsibilities:

●    Board of Directors: Ensuring effective communication and support for board members, providing them with necessary information and reports, coordinating meetings, and organizing orientation and onboarding.

●    Strategic Planning: Working with the board to set strategic direction, assisting in the development of long-term and annual plans, and providing regular performance reviews and budget updates

●    Organization and Management of Human Resources: Hiring, supporting and motivating staff and volunteers, establishing clear objectives and goals, fostering a cohesive organizational culture and managing employee relations.

●    Operations: Developing operational plans, ensuring high-quality service provision within established policies and objectives, and overseeing compliance with legislation and regulations.

●    Fundraising: Building relationships with funding sources, developing fundraising strategies and goals, and ensuring compliance with grant and funding requirements.

●    Community Relations: Creating a positive image of the organization through public relations programs, participating in community committees, maintaining relationships with the media and other agencies, and engaging with external stakeholders.

●    Financial and Administration Control: Overseeing financial management, including budgeting, financial reporting, internal controls, contract management, and expenditure approvals.

●    Regulatory Compliance and Risk Management: Ensuring compliance with legal and regulatory requirements, managing insurance coverage, identifying and addressing risks, and staying informed about community developments and potential challenges.


●     Understanding and agreement with Central Station’s mission, vision and values as a Christian organization

●     Post-secondary education in administration, management, or social sciences would be relevant and complimentary.

●     Minimum of 5 experience in progressive leadership roles.

●     Combination of relevant education and extensive work experience will be considered.

●     Experience with the charity or not-for-profit sector is an asset.

●     Strong fiscal management skills, including budget preparation, analysis, and reporting.

●     Experience with fund development, fundraising, and strategic grant writing.

●     Experience working with a board of directors and governance model.

●     Mature communication skills (written and verbal) combined with developed presentation skills.

●     Capacity to engage in advocacy, collaboration and building stakeholder relations.

●     Ability to work collaboratively with diverse groups, including staff, board, and external stakeholders.

●     Experience with programs such as Google Drive and Microsoft programs

●     Embrace and employ a management style that is inclusive and accepting of diversity.

●     Lead planning, continuous improvement and simultaneously manage multiple projects.

●     Fluency in other languages is an asset

We thank all who apply and advise that only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.

To apply please send resume to

Community Kitchen Assistant

Reports to:
Kitchen Coordinator
25-30 hours per week, Monday to Friday
Anticipated Start:
September 18, 2023
Application Deadline:
Open until position is filled


Central Station is a non profit community centre with a community kitchen utilized for educational opportunities, community meals, and various programs supporting food security. Rooted in the teachings and life of Jesus Christ, our vision is to provide an environment that equips, empowers and educates individuals and families to live a full and vibrant life.

We are seeking a full-time (25-30 hours per week) kitchen assistant to join our friendly staff and volunteer team.

Primary Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Develop and implement new kitchen programming supporting food security in collaboration with
    kitchen coordinator
    o Supervise, engage with and support individuals and volunteer groups
    o Assist with keeping the kitchen clean, organized and equipment well maintained
    o Assist with food preparation and serving at:
    o Café 545 community meal, Wednesday breakfast, CAT lunches, catering opportunities
    and special events
  • Oversee other CS programming, such as:
    o Easy Eats meal kits, cooking classes, other programs that arise
    o Assist in grocery purchasing and stocking kitchen groceries/supplies
    o Create an inclusive, welcoming and supportive environment
    o Ensure safe and hygienic food handling practices are learned and implemented by program participants and volunteers


  • Understanding and agreement with Central Station’s mission, vision and values as a Christian organization
  • Strong leadership and communication skills
  • Experience managing groups of volunteers an asset  
  • Knowledge and skills in food safety, healthy cooking and nutrition
  • Food handler’s certification
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively in a team
  • Demonstrated initiative and independence
  • Effective organizational, planning and time management skills
  • Ability to work occasionally on evenings and weekends
  • Creativity, flexibility and adaptability

If you are looking for an opportunity to join a team that is committed to good food for all, we want to hear from you!

To apply send resume and cover letter to Executive Director at