POSITION: Coordinator, SCOPE Project
DEPARTMENT: Family and Settlement Services
The Social and Civic Engagement, Pathways to Equity (SCOPE) Project will foster equitable social and civic engagement opportunities and decrease barriers to social and civic engagement for racialized newcomers, and increase access and representation in voluntary social and civic board positions through training, education, and community development. This role is responsible for ensuring that project deliverables are met as stipulated in the funding contract, handling day-to-day project operations, working with internal, community, agency, and funding partners, and supervising project support staff as applicable, with the support of the Manager of Innovative & Health Promotion Programs.
· Knowledge of local and municipal government structures, non-profit board structures and functions, social and civic engagement initiatives, and volunteer programming
· Excellent knowledge of equity, diversity, decolonization and inclusion principles
· Knowledge about and experience working with immigrants, refugees, and other newcomers to Canada - lived personal experience is an asset
· Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant field (such as community development, political science, public policy or other), a certificate or diploma or course work in related fields, or a combination of training and experience in a related area
· Experience with complex program planning, coordination and delivery, and funder and stakeholder collaboration
· Experience with facilitation and public speaking/presentations; high competency with remote facilitation on Zoom or similar platforms
· Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, able to speak, read and write in fluent English; additional languages are an asset
· A working knowledge of standard office equipment and software applications (word processing and spreadsheets); experience with desktop publishing software and graphics is an asset
· Competency with staff supervision and/or leading a team
· Excellent organizational and time management skills; able to set priorities, meet deadlines, and take initiative
· Ability to work effectively in a diverse, multicultural environment
35 hrs per week
Please note, this is a limited term position until March 31st, 2023.
This position will be based at MOSAIC’s Vancouver location and may require occasional travel to other service locations. Due to COVID, services are presently being delivered remotely, and are subject to change based on current public health directives.
$26.08 – $29.99/Hour, commensurate with qualifications and experience
A competitive benefits package is provided with contracts of at least 1 year in length which offer a minimum of 17.5 hours of work per week.
DEADLINE: Open until filled.
Please note that resumes will be reviewed starting September 29th, 2021 but the posting will remain open until the position is filled, and will be closed without notice.
NOTES: Although we sincerely appreciate all applications, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls, please. Before applying, you must be legally permitted to work in Canada through citizenship or permanent resident status. If you have a work permit, please ensure that it allows you to work for the duration of this position.
Posting Date: September 22, 2021
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