Job Posting 92447

Mentoring Project Coordinator
Boys and Girls Clubs Big Brothers Big Sisters of Edmonton & Area
Edmonton area
closed 4 days ago (Mon, 20 Mar)
full time - temporary / contract  •  $68,000-$80,000 annually

The Alberta Mentoring Partnership

The Alberta Mentoring Partnership (AMP) envisions an Alberta where mentoring relationships help young people thrive. The AMP is comprised of community agencies, government ministries, government-funded organizations and community members whose goal is to raise the profile of mentoring in Alberta for the purpose of improving the lives of children and youth.


About the Mentoring Project Coordinator Position:


  • Scope: The Mentoring Project Coordinator is a role within the AMP’s Provincial Coordination Team (PCT) that reports to the Projects and Governance Lead and the AMP Executive Team. This position requires the ability to think strategically and provide project management to coordinate the provincial engagement, program design, training, evaluation and service delivery to Mentoring for Youth & Young Adults from Care.
  • Location: This position will work under a hybrid model with the expectation of a minimum of 2 days from an assigned office and the alternate days from a home office.
  • Duration: The position is a 1.0 full-time (37.5hrs/week) temporary contract until March 31, 2025. This is a temporary contract, with the possibility of extension. AMP’s fiscal agent is Boys & Girls Clubs Big Brothers Big Sisters of Edmonton & Area.
  • Salary Range – $68,000-$80,000 annually

Key Responsibilities will include:


  • Establishing and maintaining project management processes and standards for the MYYAC project.
  • Work with Provincial Coordination Team, Project Team and service delivery organizations to determine the project parameters.
  • Create grant agreements and reporting templates, including schedule of deliverables.
  • Engage with the program sites to monitor the evaluation process and data collection methods
  • Work with service delivery organizations to collect mentor, mentee and staff training materials for redevelopment, distribution and piloting.
  • Establish a standard training (mentee/mentor/staff) program, with a focus on the refinement of training materials and mentor retention methods.
  • Mapping schedule details, assignments and tracking and monitoring progress
  • Identifying risks and issues related to the project
  • Overseeing the evaluation of and reporting on the overall project
  • Assessing and providing quality assurance as needed on deliverables


The Ideal Candidate Will Have the Following:


  • Education: Bachelor degree in a relevant discipline (e.g. social sciences, project management, community development).
    • Experience:
  • Proven project management skills. Project coordination expertise, experience creating work plans and managing deadlines.
  • Innovative and flexible thinking and ability to see projects through from conception to final implementation.
  • Organizational and problem-solving skills. Analytical skills in order to collect, process, and summarize data, and explain results to others.
  • Demonstrated experience working directly with diverse stakeholders across multiple disciplines; direct experience working with social services and community organizations is preferred.
  • Experience with grant review, approving processes and agreement preparation.
  • Experience facilitating multi-stakeholder groups and events (virtual and in-person modalities).
  • Strong analytical skills; process and results-oriented.
  • Strong organizational skills; experience multitasking and managing multiple priorities with competing deadlines.
  • Knowledge of Alberta community agencies and organizations involved in mentoring or related activities is an asset.
    • Transportation – Valid Driver’s license and access to a vehicle. Ability to travel within Alberta.
    • A clear police information check and child and youth intervention screening that is less than 6 months old.


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