KAIROS Blanket Exercise Coordinator - Atlantic
OFFICE LOCATION: One of the Atlantic provinces (with the possibility of working from home)
12 month contract
Half-time (17.5 hours/week)
Salary (annually): $27,810, with 10% in lieu of benefits and 4% in lieu of vacation
- Act as an ambassador for the KBE program.
- Recruit, support, coordinate, and maintain up-to-date information on facilitators, Elders and knowledge keepers within the region; develop strong relationships with them.
- Build and sustain opportunities for community building and professional development among the KBE networks.
- Function as a key Master Trainer within the KBE networks.
- Ensure timely response to KBE requests from the region.
- Advise and propose solutions for issues of challenge and opportunity within the KBE program, including complex requests.
- Develop solidarity actions and follow up opportunities for participants in KBE events, or link them to other KAIROS opportunities.
- Contribute to KBE communications and promotion, including through the KAIROS website and social media platforms.
- Ensure maintenance of effective record keeping systems; keep up-to-date records of KBE events in the region.
- Contribute to the evaluation of the KBE program; make recommendations for program development.
- Contribute to specific initiatives of KAIROS.
- Other duties assigned by the Manager
- Commitment to the mission and values of KAIROS
- Demonstrated knowledge of and commitment to Indigenous rights; five years of relevant experience
- University degree in political science, popular education, Indigenous studies or other relevant area of study
- Demonstrated commitment to the KAIROS Blanket Exercise; minimum two years experience as a facilitator
- Ability to work collaboratively and respectfully with First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples
- Demonstrated excellent ability to write in an accessible manner
- Knowledge of popular education methodology; proven pedagogical skills
- Familiarity and comfort working with churches and in a Christian context
- Demonstrated excellence in project management
- Demonstrated excellence in oral communications and public presentations
- Ability to work effectively with government bodies, educational institutions and other organizational actors
- Excellent skills in cross-cultural and anti-racist animation
- Excellent skills in Microsoft Office; strong social media capacity; experience in the use of databases or content management systems
- Some weekend and evening work; ability to travel in Canada for 4 weeks per year
- Ability to work in a collegial team, supervised by a Manager, with the limitations of distance
- Knowledge of an Indigenous language, and/or other relevant languages a key asset
Application deadline: October 4, 2018 at 4:00pm
Please provide a résumé and a cover letter in which you briefly summarize your suitability for this position.
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