Title: Communications Officer, Indigenous Programs and Partnerships (IPP)
Type: Permanent, Full-time (35 hours per week)
Location: Flexible (Must reside in Canada)
Salary Range: $58,300 - $61,900
Canadian Feed the Children’s vision is a world in which children thrive, free of poverty. For over 25 years, CFTC has been working with local partners in Uganda, Ethiopia, Ghana, Bolivia, and with 30 Indigenous communities in Canada, to deliver programs that have positive, meaningful, and sustained impact on the health, education and well-being of children and the self-sufficiency of their families and communities. If you share our passion for bettering children’s lives, and you thrive in a collaborative, values-based culture please consider applying for this role.
About this Opportunity
The Communications Officer, IPP, is a dynamic and culturally responsive role within our organization. This individual will collaborate closely with the Director of Indigenous Programs & Partnerships and the Communications team to amplify the voices and stories of Indigenous communities through thoughtful and respectful communication strategies.
This role is pivotal in fostering understanding and awareness of Indigenous cultures and perspectives, ensuring that our communication materials reflect a commitment to equity, inclusion, and anti-racism and anti-oppression.
This position requires a deep understanding of and respect for Indigenous cultures, strong digital content creation skills, and the ability to collaborate effectively with diverse teams. A commitment to equity, inclusion, and anti-racism is essential.
Areas of Responsibility
Content Creation (80%):
Resource Development (20%):
For this role, we are proactively looking for candidates with lived experience in an Indigenous community and, or direct experience working with Indigenous communities. We encourage all First Nations, Metis and Inuit peoples or Indigenous peoples of North America, to self-identify in their applications.
Canadian Feed the Children (CFTC) is committed to inclusive, accessible and barrier-free employment practices and to creating a workplace that reflects and supports the diversity of our community. We encourage and welcome applications from qualified applicants including members of racialized groups, Indigenous Peoples, women, persons with disabilities, and persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity. Please let us know if you require an accommodation and we will work with you to ensure a barrier-free hiring process. For further information about Accessibility or Accommodation process at CFTC, please contact our People and Culture Department.
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