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KFHC was established as a local housing corporation as a result of the Province of Ontario’s passing of the Social Housing Reform Act, 2000. KFHC was transferred to the City of Kingston in January, 2001 as part of the overall transfer of all former Federal / Provincial housing providers. The City of Kingston is the sole shareholder of KFHC.
The corporation which derived from the Kingston & Frontenac Housing Corporation was first created in 1959 and officially named the Kingston & Frontenac Housing Authority (FHCA) in 1987. The Housing Authority was a provincially appointed body, run by a volunteer board of directors, who oversaw the management of the housing units in Kingston and area which were then owned by a Crown Corporation known was the Ontario Housing Corporation. Policy and direction was generally set by the Ontario Housing Corporation and implemented locally.
KFHC manages 947 rent-geared-to-income housing units, consisting of 560 family household units and 387 adult units. Currently, an addition 503 units are administered through the Rent Supplement Program and 79 senior and 6 adult units under the Affordable Housing Program, 13 Market units and new construction for an additional 29 Units on Brock Street. The housing portfolio includes semi-detached, row housing and apartments ranging in size from bachelor to five bedroom units.
Job Listing #2603
Building Monitor • Full Time / À Temps Plein
Date Posted: 07 Nov 2018
Application Deadline: 21 Nov 2018
Location: Kingston and Surrounding Area
Category: Other / Autre
Hours Per Week: Flexulate
Pay Rate: Hourly Wage / Rémunération Horaire 14.00
Language Requirements: English / Anglais
Kingston & Frontenac Housing Corporation is seeking a Building Monitor to live on site and be available on a full time basis for its new building located at 645 Brock Street in Kingston, Ontario. Duties include: safety and security of the building, monitoring fire alarms and surveillance systems, the cleaning of the building, waste removal, minor custodial work and assisting tenants. These duties are compensated at 12 hours a week, plus 8 hours every third weekend for weekend coverage at other buildings. The rate of pay is $14.00 per hour plus free accommodations in a bachelor unit at 645 Brock Street, $75 every three months towards your phone costs, utilities and parking included.The successful applicant will be required to have a vehicle and provide proof of bond ability through a clear CPIC.
Submit resume by November 21st, 2018 to Janice Dobler, Executive Assistant at email@example.com or mail at 119 Van Order Drive, Kingston, ON K7M 1B9.
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