Pauktuutit Inuit Women of Canada (PIWC) is the national representative organization of Inuit women in Canada. We foster greater awareness of the needs of Inuit women, advocate for equality and social improvements, and encourage Inuit women’s full participation in the community, regional and national life of Canada.
By choosing PIWC, you are taking an active role in changing lives of Inuit People. Likewise, PIWC recognizes your value and is dedicated to supporting you and creating environments that fits our employee’s diverse lifestyles. This includes benefits and perks such as: supplementary Health and Dental benefits; Cell Phone and Internet allowance or when we are in office, allowance for public transportation. We value your time and in addition to paid vacation, personal wellbeing days and recognition of public holidays, we celebrate holidays that recognize women and indigenous people. Our Social Committee are actively engaged in creating space to connect, share experiences, celebrate each other, and recognize our work. Join our team!
We are seeking a skilled, creative individual to fill the role of Project Coordinator for a temporary full-time position(with the possibility of an extension). Under the direction of the Director of Programs, the Project Coordinator maintains current subject matter knowledge as well as relevant government funding programs and other sources of financial support. An excellent communicator with strong writing skills, the Project Coordinator can identify relevant projects of benefit to Inuit women and identify appropriate potential funders for projects.
As an ideal candidate, you are an engaging, self-motivated team player with exceptional communication skills. You have knowledge and experience of the North and share our deep commitment to advocating for, and supporting, Inuit women and their families.
Responsibilities will include:
- Assist with the coordination and implementation of project activities including document translations, resource material production and project deliverables.
- Develop and maintain advisory committees, including planning and coordinating teleconferences and meetings.
- Plan and/or facilitate workshops or meetings.
- Implement projects in accordance with the community and funding conditions in contribution agreements with funders.
- Maintain an overview of community-based regional and national development in abuse prevention issues for Inuit women.
- Provide regular project updates and briefings to the Manager/Director of Programs.
- Occasionally edit/proofread/review material for other staff and related projects.
- Assist with liaising with national, regional Inuit organization and other agencies for the continued operation of the program.
- Provide internal and external consultation with Inuit organization as required.
- Build and sustain partnerships and relationships with other Inuit organizations, communities, and services.
- Other duties as required.
- Minimum 5 years of relevant work experience.
- A university or college degree in a relevant discipline, or an acceptable combination of experience and education.
- Specific knowledge of health, violence, abuse prevention, and socio-economic issues are highly desirable.
- Previous experience with meeting coordination and travel logistics is highly desirable.
- Strong skills in writing and communications, project and budget development and project co-ordination, implementation, and reporting.
- Knowledge and experience of the North and working with Inuit.
- Fluency in Inuktut is highly desirable.
PIWC is a small but mighty team of individuals who work to improve the quality of life for all Inuit women. Our mission is to foster a greater awareness of the needs of Inuit women and create change to advance women’s full social, economic and cultural participation in communities in Inuit Nunangat, as well as cities across Canada where Inuit live.
PIWC is an equal opportunity employer, with policies and practices intended to build an inclusive, accessible, and respectful work environment. We strongly encourage applications from Inuit and other Indigenous people. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, ancestry, color, gender identity or expression, physical or mental disability, political affiliation, race, religion, sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by applicable laws, and regulations.
We are committed to accommodating individuals with disabilities throughout the recruitment process. If you require accommodations, please indicate so in your application.
How to apply:
Please include a cover letter with your resume. We thank all applicants for their interest in PIWC; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.