Job Posting 78008

Project Coordinator
Vancouver & Lower Mainland
Tri-Cities, BC
closed 3 days ago (Fri, 3 Dec)
part time - term / contract  •  $80,000 +GST (17-month contract)

Program: Tri-Cities Local Immigration Partnership (LIP)

Number of Positions: 1

About the Contract:

The contract Project Coordinator is responsible for the planning, delivery and evaluation of project initiatives and activities, including annual forum, community engagement activities, Diversity in Leadership project and other initiatives as identified by and in collaboration with the TCLIP Council and its members.

Reports to: Program Manager


  • Plans and delivers the annual communications plan to support TC LIP’s strategic priorities in collaboration with Council members and Program staff
  • Collaborates with community stakeholders to identify, plan and deliver project initiatives and activities in support of TCLIP’s strategic priorities
  • Collaborates with project partners to plan, evaluate and deliver the Diversity in Leadership project which engages local employers in building equity, diversity and inclusion in their workplace and builds the capacity of leadership candidates in achieving their leadership goals
  • Works with the Tri-Cities Local Immigration Partnership team members and community stakeholders to plan, implement and evaluate all aspects of events, community forums, conferences and community engagement dialogues including monitoring the event production plan, facilitating stakeholder planning meetings to ensure deliverables and outcomes meet and exceed expectations
  • Oversees financial aspects of each deliverable as needed
  • Reports on deliverables & outcomes from action plans
  • Other duties may be assigned as required

Qualifications & Experience:

  • Post-Secondary education
  • Experience working with a broad range of stakeholders
  • Experience in project and/or event management and communications
  • Understanding of diversity, equity, inclusion, and decolonization approaches
  • Knowledge of newcomers and refugees’ experiences through professional or lived experience

Job Skills & Abilities:

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Excellent leadership abilities and sound judgement
  • Excellent communication and public speaking skills
  • Excellent with computer, MS Office, and internet usage
  • Able to work independently and a demonstrated team player
  • Able to handle tasks in a discreet and confidential manner
  • Detail oriented, highly organized and able to respond quickly to new or changing work demands
  • Sensitive and respectful of the dignity of all people
  • Reliable and punctual

Other Information:

  • Criminal Record Check is required (submitted upon contract signing)
  • Ability to travel across Tri-Cities or other Metro Vancouver locations
  • Participation in meetings, conferences and other events may involve long work days, and/or evening and weekend work
  • Must have access to own equipment/technology (e.g. laptop, printer, internet access, cell phone)
  • Term of contract from November 2021 until March 31, 2023 with potential for renewal

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