Job Posting 92323

Outreach & Prevention Coordinator
Auberge Shalom pour femmes
Montreal Metro area
closes in 6 days (Tue, 28 Mar)
full time  •  Starting salary: $31.16

Outreach & Prevention Coordinator


Permanent Position
4-5 days a week


The mission of Auberge Shalom pour femmes (ASPF) is to provide a safe shelter, counselling, and advocacy support for the full diversity of women and children affected by conjugal violence, as well as to break the cycle of intimate partner violence through education, prevention and advocacy. Auberge Shalom pour femmes has a special mandate to serve women from the Jewish community.


Auberge Shalom is committed to a high standard of care. Working from a strengthbased, trauma-informed approach we empower women and their children on their journey towards violence-free lives. Through the various programs in shelter and in the Harper Counselling Office, our clients have access to different entry points and continuous support. ASPF works toward ensuring accessibility for all populations without discrimination.


We want you to be part of our team!

Enjoy advantageous conditions such as:

  • Flexible hours and the possibility of hybrid work schedule
  • Pension plan and group insurance
  • 3 weeks vacation (6%)*
  • 9 days of sick, mental health and personal leave*
  • 5 additional statutory holidays (on top of Quebec statutory holidays)*
  • Professional development and continuing education opportunities
  • A collaborative and mobilizing management style and a supportive team

And many other benefits...

Create lasting change! Join the Auberge Shalom Team!



Under the supervision of the Director of Programs, the Coordinator will help grow the Outreach & Education pillar at Auberge Shalom. The goal of this program is to reduce violence in the lives of women and children, break the stigma of domestic violence, shift gender norms, and raise the visibility of ASPF’s services. This is a dynamic position for someone interested in implementing a comprehensive Intimate Partner Violence prevention plan - through building and delivering curriculum to diverse audiences based on evidence based research. A key priority will be to lead an innovative project on healthy relationships workshops with youth and young adults.



  • Literature and field analysis to build evidence-based curriculum for ASPF’s outreach workshops
  • Develop comprehensive Intimate Partner Violence curricula for presentation to various audiences – youth and young adults, health and social services workers and others as needs arise
  • Serve as the primary point person to lead an innovative IPV prevention project in summer camps (both content creation and planning side)
  • Foster relationships and serve as the liaison with key partners - schools, synagogues, camps, community groups
  • Co-facilitate workshops and presentations with youth, health and social services professionals, Jewish community groups etc.
  • Help build a meaningful Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning system for ASPF’s Outreach & Education work as well as document and track impact of outreach activities
  • Participate in team meetings, work planning, external committees and events
  • Collect and analyze impact data for grant proposals and reports for ASPF’s funded prevention projects
  • Coordinate planning and logistics side of outreach workshops


  • Bachelor's degree in social work, psychology, education, gender studies, or related field
  • Minimum 3 years of experience in education or in field of practice
  • Experience in prevention, intervention, education, sexual education, child development, social welfare, or other related field
  • Experience in facilitating groups
  • Experience in project coordination (asset)
  • Experience implementing trauma-informed activities that support behavioral health or social emotional learning (asset)
  • Experience in creating workshop curricula for youth and pedagogical tools (asset)
  • Experience working in a non-profit organization (asset)


  • Knowledge of intimate partner violence and trauma, and its impact on children.
  • Ease with adapting to new technologies including an existing comfort level with Office Suite and Google platform
  • Experience delivering culturally sensitive services in a multicultural environment
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • Excellent organizational skills and time management
  • Strong ability to work independently as well as within a team
  • Creativity, passion, empathy, flexibility and motivation
  • Capacity and experience facilitating groups
  • Knowledge of existing prevention programs
  • Knowledge of Jewish community and customs (asset)
  • Knowledge of Trauma Informed Approach (asset)
  • Knowledge of the community context (health, education, DYP) (asset)
  • Bilingualism - English and French (asset)


  • Permanent position
  • Start date: as soon as possible
  • Starting salary: $31.16
  • Flexible Work Schedule: 4 or 5 days per week; hybrid



Auberge Shalom is a highly inclusive work environment that values the role each employee plays in supporting our critical mission to break the cycle of intimate partner violence. Through both individual and group supervision driven by our supportive and learning-focused environment, coupled by our professional development/training opportunities, we strive for each employee to reach their full potential.

We recognize the importance of work-life balance, wellness, and a safe, inclusive and welcoming workplace that values strong work ethics, diversity and respect for all.



Auberge Shalom pour femmes is committed to creating a workplace as diverse as the communities we serve and thus strongly encourages people from our diverse communities and people who experience marginalization to self-identify in their cover letter.


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