Engagement & Communications Coordinator
Do you consider yourself to be a collaborative leader? Someone who enjoys relationship building, innovation, learning and supporting others to work towards positive change?
STOPS to Violence is a growing province wide, cross sectoral network that focusses on supporting partnerships and building capacity to promote healthy relationships and strong, safe, violence free communities. We are launching a new initiative to develop and implement a Collective Impact approach to addressing violence in Saskatchewan.
We are seeking a dynamic, relationship focussed person to join us in the role of Engagement and Communications Coordinator. In this position, you will be part of a team that will work regionally and provincially to bring diverse partners together, facilitate capacity building and support planning and action to reduce interpersonal violence in Saskatchewan.
As a candidate for this position, you will have:
Demonstrated leadership experience as a catalyst for collaboration and bringing people together in an asset based, solution focussed way;
Experience facilitating and supporting groups, coaching and mentoring others and working as a member of a collaborative team;
An ability to organize and share information including communications planning, project and event management, data management and an understanding of outcomes based evaluation;
An approach and way of working that is focussed on empathy, building trusting relationships, authentic inclusion and culturally affirming practices;
An understanding of trauma and violence informed approaches and how interpersonal violence and abuse impacts individuals and communities, especially in rural and northern Saskatchewan;
An understanding of and ability to work from Indigenous world views;
Well-developed time management and organizational skills with a high degree of initiative, self-motivation, and integrity;
Ability to creatively and effectively use technology, including word processing, email, spreadsheets, and social media;
Personal and professional values consistent with STOPS to Violence;
Education and experience that includes a degree in human services or social sciences, 5-8 years of experience working in community based settings and facilitating partnership approaches;
The ability to frequently travel throughout Saskatchewan.
This position is full time and based in Regina, Saskatchewan.
We are committed to workplace diversity. To apply, submit your resume and cover letter to email@example.com with the subject line of ‘Engagement and Communications Coordinator’. Applications will be accepted until Friday, March 1, 2019. Please note that only those applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.