Employment Opportunities

Education and Outreach Program Coordinator

# of Positions:  1
Employment Terms:  Contract
Length of Employment:  Nov 2021 – June 2022 & Sept 2022 – December 2022
Education:  University Bachelor’s Degree
Experience:  1-2 Years
Apply By:  01-Nov-2021

How to Apply:  Email Cover Letter and Resume to Amber Stewart at amber.stewart.basac@outlook.com

Description

PURPOSE AND SUMMARY
Under the direction of the Executive Director, the EDUCATION AND OUTREACH COORDINATOR is responsible for promoting engagement of children, youth and adults in the community. Outreach activities occur in schools located in the Battlefords as well as surrounding communities, as well as off-site locations when requested. The EDUCATION AND OUTREACH COORDINATOR is responsible for scheduling and delivering BASAC programming in the Battlefords.

The EDUCATION AND OUTREACH COORDINATOR works on a variety of projects which further the gender-based violence prevention and early intervention work of Battlefords & Area Sexual Assault Centre, including in-person education of youth, service providers, community outreach and public education in the Battlefords and surrounding areas.  The EDUCATION AND OUTREACH COORDINATOR reports directly to the Executive Director.

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
-Teaching BASACS gender-based violence prevention curriculum in schools
-Organizing and conducting in-service trainings and workshops for adult professions who work with youth on how to address sexual violence
-Developing program materials for volunteers, clients, and community members
-Participating in program data tracking, evaluation and reporting
-Scheduling BASAC prevention education programs
-Other education program-related and administrative duties as assigned

QUALIFICATIONS
-BA degree or equivalent work experience
-Strong written and verbal communication skills
-Ability to handle and prioritize multiple tasks while maintaining attention to detail
-Proficient in Microsoft Office Programs
-Demonstrated commitment to public interest work, especially experience working on issues related to gender-based violence
-Sound judgement, strong interpersonal skills and professionalism
-Ability to work with diverse groups of people
-Patience, enthusiasm and a positive attitude


Education and Outreach Worker 


# of Positions:
  1
Employment Terms:  Contract
Length of Employment:  Immediate- June 2022 with possibility of extension
Education:  Completed at least some post-secondary
Experience:  1-2 Years
Apply By:  01-Nov-2021
How to Apply:  Email Cover Letter and Resume to Amber Stewart at amber.stewart.basac@outlook.com

Description

PURPOSE AND SUMMARY
Under the direction of the Program Coordinator and/or Executive Director, the EDUCATION AND OUTREACH WORKER is responsible for promoting engagement of children, youth and adults in the community. Outreach activities occur in schools located in the Battlefords as well as surrounding communities, as well as off-site locations when requested.

The EDUCATION AND OUTREACH WORKER works on a variety of projects which further the gender-based violence prevention and early intervention work of Battlefords & Area Sexual Assault Centre, including in-person education of youth, service providers, community outreach and public education in the Battlefords and surrounding areas.  The EDUCATION AND OUTREACH WORKER reports directly to the Executive Director and works under the direction of the Program Coordinator.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
-Teaching BASACS gender-based violence prevention curriculum in schools
-Organizing and conducting in-service trainings and workshops for adult professions who work with youth on how to address sexual violence
-Assisting with developing program materials for volunteers, clients, and community members
-Participating in program data tracking, evaluation and reporting
-Other education program-related and administrative duties as assigned

QUALIFICATIONS
-BA degree or equivalent work experience
-Strong written and verbal communication skills
-Ability to handle and prioritize multiple tasks while maintaining attention to detail
-Proficient in Microsoft Office Programs
-Demonstrated commitment to public interest work, especially experience working on issues related to gender-based violence
-Sound judgement, strong interpersonal skills and professionalism
-Ability to work with diverse groups of people
-Patience, enthusiasm and a positive attitude

Skills and Abilities

Essential Skills
-Reading text
-Oral communication
-Working with others
-Job task planning and organizing
-Finding information
-Computer use
-Transportation/Travel Information
-Own transportation
-Own vehicle

Credentials (certificates, licences, memberships, courses, etc.)
-Child and Youth Care Worker (CCW/CYW) Diploma
-Community Support Worker (CSW) Diploma
-Human Services Diploma
-Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST)
-Cultural Awareness Training

Specific Skills
-Develop, coordinate and implement the delivery of specific services within the community
-Maintain program statistics for purposes of evaluation and research
-Ability to Supervise
-Working groups

Security and Safety
-Basic security clearance
-Criminal record check (abstract)
-Child abuse registry check