Education Coordinator/Facilitator (Human Trafficking) - Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health
Education Coordinator/Facilitator (Human Trafficking)
You are an experienced educator and facilitator with a passion for social justice.
You know that education makes a difference and can assist human trafficking potential victims.
Consider joining Wabano!
Wabano is seeking positive, community-minded team members who are energized by challenge and motivated to serve our community.
The Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health is an award-winning Health Access Centre that provides holistic health services to First Nation, Inuit and Métis people living in Ottawa - one of the fastest growing and diverse urban Indigenous communities in Canada. Wabano is a fast-paced, client-oriented organization that models the Indigenous values of balance, respect and community interdependence. Wabano is proud to be accredited through the Canadian Centre for Accreditation, a third-party review based on accepted organizational practices that promote ongoing quality improvement and responsive, effective community services.
Purpose of Position
The Education Coordinator/Facilitator will be responsible for designing, delivering and evaluating training sessions for youth, families and service provides with the goal of reducing and preventing human trafficking in the Ottawa region.
Some of the responsibilities of this position are:
- Develop and implement Anti-Human Trafficking education campaign;
- Work collaboratively with subject matter experts to create and refine Anti-Human Trafficking education tools and resources;
- Coordinate, schedule and facilitate training sessions and conferences with families and service providers, which could take place at Wabano or off-site at a location that best meets the needs of the community;
- Work with an evaluator to create and refine an evaluation framework, implement evaluation of the education tools and training and help create a final evaluation report;
- Actively promote and create promotional materials for the training program to community members and health and social service organizations across the city of Ottawa who serve Indigenous clients.
- Post secondary completion in Education, Social Services, or other applicable program of study;
- Minimum of two years of experience providing workshops, group facilitation or other public speaking initiatives;
- Demonstrated ability to engage various audiences through different training methods and tools;
- Advanced organizational skills with experience in coordination;
- Knowledge of the cycles of abuse, trauma and human trafficking;
- Knowledge of Indigenous history and impacts in contemporary society and the social determinants of health;
- Proficiency with Microsoft Office tools, particularly Excel, Word and PowerPoint;
- Ability to work flexible hours including early mornings and evenings.
- Clear criminal reference check to work with vulnerable population is required.
First Nations, Inuit or Métis candidates will be given priority, please self-identify.
To pursue this opportunity, please submit a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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We thank all those who apply. Only those selected for further consideration will be contacted. Wabano is committed to providing employment accommodation in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. If contacted for an employment opportunity or interviewing, please advise if you require accommodation.