Job Posting 69975

Financial Literacy Facilitator/Trainer
Family Services of Central Alberta
Central Alberta, Red Deer
closes in 13 days (Fri, 30 Apr)
part time - term / contract  •  18.45-19.57

We’re looking for someone passionate about supporting individuals as they build their financial literacy skills and grow their assets on their journey toward a sustainable livelihood.  In the Facilitator Training (FT) program your energy and your people skills will allow you to effectively train and support community based agencies to deliver money management education based on our developed curriculum and your understanding of the financial barriers faced by people who live on low incomes makes you a perfect fit. You’re a natural facilitator relying on adult education principles to bring our creative content alive for groups.


 Excellent facilitation skills
 Experience working with individuals living on low-incomes with multiple barriers, especially with those individuals experiencing mental health and/or addiction challenges
 Degree or certification in adult education, social work, facilitation, human services or related experience
 Experience in program coordination
 Experience in teaching, curriculum writing and editing.
 Understanding of Community Economic Development, financial literacy, and evaluation
 Excellent interpersonal, communication, and team building skills
 Ability to work independently and as part of a team
 Non-profit experience an asset
 Strong organizational skills
 Computer literacy in word processing, database, email and internet systems
 Available to work occasional evenings and weekends with flexibility in scheduling
 Available to travel
 Access to a vehicle
 Satisfactory criminal record & Child Intervention record checks

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