Job Posting 79006

Operations Assistant (Language Program)
Pacific Association of First Nations Women
Vancouver & Lower Mainland
2017 Dundas St. Vancouver, BC. V5L 1J5
closed 10 days ago (Tue, 18 Jan)
part time  •  $23.50 per hour

The Pacific Association of First Nations Women has an exciting opportunity for a reliable and self-starting individual to join our language team. This is a part-time position with all hours to be worked at our office (All activities will be facilitated under stringent health & safety protocols regarding Covid-19).
Reporting to the Language Program Coordinator, the Language Program Operations Assistant will carry out duties including, but not limited to the following list below:

● Support the Language Program Coordinator and Digitization Technician with day-to-day operations.● Develop, maintain, and build positive relations with the project team and external partners
● Develop, digitize, catalogue, archive and upload Language Program resources including digital and print curriculum, videos, and audio recordings
● Support the Language Program Team in creation of Cree and Ojibway Curriculum Workbooks and corresponding audio recordings
● Assist Language Program Coordinator and Digitization Technician in the production, filming and editing of Language Program videos
● Upload language resources to PAFNW’s YouTube and online archive when directed to do so.
● Zoom administrator of online classes, workshops, and events:
     ● Record and catalogue videos of online class sessions
     ● Screenshare curriculum workbook
     ● Provide tech support to Instructors & students as needed
● Support Language Program Coordinator with ongoing administrative and operational tasks
● Manage student and participant applications and onboarding
● Support the Language Program Coordinator in monitoring the program work plan to ensure project deliverables are on target
● Draft and respond to administrative emails and oversee the main PAFNW Languages email
● Submit monthly reports to Language Program Coordinator
● Create email newsletter templates and assist in sending E-newsletters
● Create digital and print media including event/promotional posters
● Create surveys and compile results via Google Forms and Survey Monkey
● Other related duties

Qualifications, Job Skills and Abilities:

● Experienced in office procedures, MS Office Suite (advanced Excel), Zoom, desktop publishing applications, and Canva
● Bachelor’s Degree in a related field of study preferred or 3 years of relevant work experience
● Excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills including resolving conflicts
● Excellent organizational and file management skills
● Ability to exercise mature judgement and initiative
● Ability to lead and take direction, as well as be a team player
● Ability to handle confidential/sensitive material with discretion
● Experience working with Indigenous families, traditional teachers, and mentors.
● Driver’s License an asset
● Knowledge of Cree and/or Ojibway language, culture, and traditions an asset
● Film production and/or editing experience as asset


Candidates must be able to handle personal, confidential, and proprietary information relating to the Employer’s present or anticipated operations, creations, developments, clients, or research to fulfill employment-related responsibilities, obligations, or duties during the duration of employment.

Rate of Pay: Up to $23.50 per hour, benefits after 3 months successful probation.

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