Job Posting 101605

Men's Coordinator
Sanare Centre
Southern Alberta
Medicine Hat, AB
closed 2 days ago (Fri, 21 Jun)
full time - temporary / contract  •  $28.00 - $30.00 /hr

Join the Sanare Centre team as the Men's Coordinator at Sanare Centre, the individual will be crucial in developing and implementing strategies to enhance men's engagement within the Gender-Based Violence (GBV) sector in southeastern Alberta. The primary objective will involve establishing a comprehensive Men's Employee Recruitment and Retention program alongside a Men's Network and Support Group. The responsibilities of the coordinator will encompass addressing the significant underrepresentation of men within the GBV sector. This will involve tackling the barriers they encounter in assuming leadership roles in gender equality work, such as limited capacity, institutional hurdles, disinterest, and social isolation. Through targeted initiatives, the coordinator will have the opportunity to dismantle these barriers and foster a more inclusive environment.

Position Responsibilities

  • Complete a provincial asset assessment specific to development of a Men’s recruitment and retention program, plus a Men’s network and support group through a gender-based violence lens
  • Capture and create a comprehensive and scalable strategy/model to build framework to support men within the gender-based violence sector that will include:
    • An innovative and effective employee recruitment and retention strategy.
    • Diversity, inclusion, and equity framework.
    • Development of strategies to increase interpersonal relationships and team cohesion.
    • Creation and implementation of a networking and support group for men working within the gender-based violence sector.
    • An evaluation framework that focuses on inclusion, retention rates, and key performance indicators.
  • Implement strategies both within Sanare and allied gender-based violence organizations.
  • Collaborate with the Executive Director to develop strategies for program longevity

 

Qualifications

Perspective & Character :

  • Proven experience leadership, human resources, and high stress high trauma work environments.
  • In-depth knowledge of human resources operations and best practices.
  • Efficient experience in using MS Office, databases, and HR systems.
  • Outstanding communication, presentation, and people skills.
  • Organizational skills and diligence.
  • Premium time management skills.
  • Maintains confidentiality.
  • Creative, positive, and innovative team player who thrives in an open communication atmosphere.
  • Able to work independently as well as part of a team.
  • Demonstrates compassion through non-judgmental words and actions.
  • Cultural sensitivity and competence in addressing needs of diverse populations.
  • Provide a satisfactory Criminal and a Child/Youth Intervention Record Check.

Education:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Organizational Psychology, or Social Work with a specialization in Leadership or related field and/or equivalent experience.
  • Any additional training and certification in Human Resource Management will be considered an advantage.
  • At least two years' related experience required.
  • Previous work experience within a social work or not-for-profit setting would be ideal but not required.

Skills & Other Requirements:

  • Familiar with gender-based violence and gender norms within rural and small urban environments.
  • A willingness to create and support safe, inclusive spaces.
  • Demonstrate compassion through non-judgemental words and actions.
  • Skilled in conflict resolution.
  • Open to igniting dialogue, provoking self-reflection, and contemplating harmful societal attitudes and norms.
  • Culturally sensitive and competent in addressing the needs of diverse populations.

Suppose you are passionate about making a difference within the Gender-Based Violence (GBV) sector in southeastern Alberta and possess the skills and qualifications outlined above. In that case, we invite you to apply for this rewarding opportunity.

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