Job Posting 78642

Workplace Equity Educator - Male Allies Program
Sexual Assault Support Centre for Waterloo Region
Southern Ontario
Kitchener
closed 2 days ago (Wed, 26 Jan)
full time - term / contract

WORKPLACE EQUITY EDUCATOR, MALE ALLIES PROGRAM  
 
The Sexual Assault Support Centre of Waterloo Region supports survivors of sexual violence. We listen, facilitate healing, and celebrate resiliency. Using an intersectional feminist approach, we work to transform systems which promote gender-based violence.   
 
Our Male Allies Program is an important component of this transformational work. In it, we engage boys and men, with their unique ability and responsibility, in ending systemic and everyday forms of violence.  
 
We’re excited to be recruiting a male-identified Workplace Equity Educator! This position will expand and facilitate our workplace sexual harassment prevention programming, including workshops, accompanying materials, and a social media campaign.  
 
Reporting to our Public Education Manager, the successful candidate should feel inspired by our work and have a genuine desire to support our Mission, Vision and Values. They will be a skilled facilitator, with a passion for creating safer, supportive workplaces and communities.  
 
Essential Requirements of Education / Experience: 
Post-secondary degree/diploma in a related field 
3+ years of relevant experience  
 
Key Areas of Responsibility: 
Build and maintain relationships with local businesses, and act as an ambassador for SASC and our Male Allies Program. 
Develop curriculum including manuals, agendas, and activities for our corporate training program. 
Deliver dynamic, engaging workshops on topics including, but not limited to, workplace sexual harassment, sexual violence culture, and bystander intervention.  
Develop a social media campaign to support our corporate program. 
Develop and maintain resources and materials on workplace sexual harassment. 
Deliver Male Allies programming for schools, post-secondary institutions and other community groups as requested on topics such as healthy relationships, consent, and masculinity.  
Collaborate with and support the work of colleagues in our Public Education Program. 
 
Knowledge and Skill Required: 
Proven skills in facilitating workshops and programming on related topics for youth and adults. 
Demonstrated understanding of the root causes of gendered violence, toxic masculinity, and alternative narratives of masculinity. 
Experience building and maintaining relationships and connections with community partners/corporations. 
Knowledge of related legislation, policies, and procedures surrounding workplace sexual harassment.  
Experience applying an intersectional, feminist framework in an educational context. 
Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills.   
 
Regular office hours are 9:00AM to 4:30PM; however, significant flexibility is required for evening and weekend work. A current, valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle is required.  
 
Salary: $24.69/hr. to $29.05/hr., 35 hours/week plus health benefits and a generous vacation package.  
 
As an intersectional feminist organization, we strongly encourage applications from male-identified candidates who reflect the diversity of our community including those identify as Black, First Nations, Métis, Inuit, racialized, and/or 2SLGBTQIA+.  
 
This is a full-time, contract role until March 31 2024. This position requires the ability to work both remotely and in person as necessary.  Full applications will consist of a resume with corresponding cover letter. We are currently actively recruiting for this role. 
 
We thank all candidates for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls or email inquiries please.  
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JOB DESCRIPTION – WORKPLACE EQUITY EDUCATOR, MALE ALLIES PROGRAM 
Job purpose 
 
Reporting to our Public Education Manager, our male-identified Workplace Equity Educator is accountable for the facilitation of activities in our Male Allies Program. A primary focus for this role will be the development and delivery of an enhanced corporate training program which addresses workplace sexual harassment.  
 
Duties and responsibilities 
 
Build and maintain relationships with local business, in consultation with the Public Education Manager. 
Attend community engagements and networking events as requested.  
Stay up-to-date on workplace sexual harassment legislation, policies and procedures. 
Create a yearly workplan in collaboration with our Public Education Manager.  
Develop curriculum including manuals, agendas and activities for our corporate training program. 
Coordinate presentations, workshops, and displays within Waterloo Region. 
Deliver dynamic, engaging workshops on topics including, but not limited to, workplace sexual harassment, sexual violence culture, and bystander intervention.  
Provide input into funding submissions and reports for the Male Allies program. Create reports as requested. 
Develop a social media campaign to support our corporate program. 
Develop and maintain resources and materials on workplace sexual harassment. 
Deliver Male Allies programming for schools, post-secondary institutions, and other community groups as requested on topics such as healthy relationships, consent, and masculinity.  
Collaborate with and support the work of colleagues in our Public Education Program. 
Contribute to development of evaluations and participate in the collection process.  
Provide monthly statistical information. 
 
Additionally, in a small agency, it is often the case, that work of a nature similar to that in each job is either assigned or known to be necessary to be done. As well, from time to time, work that is not similar in nature to the job may also be required to be done by individuals in any job in order to accomplish the SASC’s purpose. 
 
Qualifications 
 
Undergraduate degree in the social sciences and 3-5 years of relevant experience, or equivalent.  
 
Identified required skills/experience: 
Experience applying an intersectional, feminist framework. 
Demonstrated understanding of the root causes of gendered violence, toxic masculinity, and alternative narratives of masculinity. 
Knowledge of workplace harassment procedures and legislation. 
Experience public speaking and educating youth and adults towards social change. 
Proficiency in Excel, PowerPoint, and other presentation mediums. 
Experience delivery equity-based corporate training an asset.  
Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills. 
 
Communications 
 
Strong communications and interpersonal/human relations skills are required in the position to articulate policy, concepts, etc., motivate others and effect change both inside and outside the organization. There are frequent external contacts including professional associations and other resource areas. 
 
Working Conditions 
 
This job is performed in a comfortable office environment, with frequent need to travel to client locations to present, facilitate, and attend meetings. Currently, the majority of this role is performed virtually due to Covid. Much of the work in the office involves sitting, but there is opportunity to stand and move about the office.  
 
Direct reports 
 
While no employees report to this position, this position may supervise the work of students and volunteers in the program. 

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