What’s the opportunity?
REACH Edmonton is hiring a Project Manager for our Neighbourhood Organizing Initiative (NOI). The NOI works alongside communities to develop public engagement initiatives that seek to understand top of mind safety and well-being needs. Insights from engagements are developed into community safety reports that are used to bring together and streamline the efforts of safety and well-being stakeholders in a community.
Partners in the initiative include excited and passionate community members, social agencies, Community Leagues, businesses and business associations, City of Edmonton departments, EPS branches, elected officials, REACH Edmonton, and invited resources.
Commitment to Equity
REACH Edmonton is committed to equity, diversity and inclusion; and strives to be an organization that reflects the rich diversity of our community. At REACH Edmonton, diversity means understanding, recognizing and valuing the differences that make each person unique. We are committed to removing barriers faced by under-represented groups.
REACH acknowledges the work it does is in Treaty 6 Territory. Together we acknowledge all the many First Nations, Metis and Inuit whose footsteps have marked these lands for centuries.
Statement of Preference
All interested parties are encouraged to apply. To follow through with REACH’s commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging, we are actively looking for candidates who come from BIPOC and or LGBTQ2S+ communities.
We believe our work is stronger when it benefits from the experience, knowledge and wisdom of people who have faced systemic barriers. People with disabilities, women, Indigenous peoples, members of racialized groups and members of other historically marginalized communities are encouraged to apply. We also consider qualified applicants with criminal histories, consistent with applicable federal, provincial and local laws.
A bit about us
REACH is Edmonton’s Council for Safe Communities. We are an organization that strives for collaborative and collective community impact. We support and bring together organizations, community groups and Edmontonians to co-develop solutions that make Edmonton a safer city for everyone. We partner on prevention strategies that address the root causes of conditions that place children, youth and families at risk of environments that are unsafe and bring harm. For more information visit REACHEdmonton.ca.
A bit about you
The NOI Project Manager is someone with a passion for making their community a better place to live, work and play in. They are committed to learning how a community functions and how best to engage with community members. They are collaborative, creative, and eager to explore new ideas in building community connectivity.
Program Manager Responsibilities:
Program Manager Requirements:
Interested? Apply before March 31, 2023
To apply for this position, email a resume to , along with a cover letter that includes your definition of what good community engagement looks like. How is it done? What should be the result? Who is involved? What skills do you have to bring that definition to life?
Applications will be shortlisted by a panel of REACH staff. Shortlisted applicants will be interviewed by a panel of REACH staff and external representatives such as:
This is for 1 full-time salary position
Start Date – May 1, 2023
Salary range: $70,000-87,500
Salary will be based on experience and qualifications
Employee assistance program
Extended health care
To Apply: Please email your resume and cover letter to the attention of
We thank you for your interest in REACH Edmonton, and appreciate the effort required to apply for this position. Applicants will be contacted by mid-April if they are selected for an interview.
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