Project 10 is looking for a Project Coordinator.
This offer is for a one-year position at 20 hours/week.
Who we are:
Project 10 works to promote the personal, social, sexual, and mental well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, two-spirit, intersex, and questioning youth and adults 14-25. Through advocacy and education, using a harm reduction approach, Project 10 aims to facilitate the empowerment of youth at individual, community, and institutional levels with a particular emphasis on supporting individuals and groups who experience multiple and intersecting oppressions. Services are free of charge, confidential and anonymous, and are offered in English and French.
Who we are looking for:
Project 10 is excited to be launching new programming geared towards Black, Indigenous and youth of color with ties to gender and sexual minority identities. The hired employee will support QTBIPOC youth in producing an arts- or digital media- based oral history project (broadly defined) exploring QTBIPOC histories in Montréal. Through conducting research and interviews with community members, the employee and youth will co-create a product that can be shared with the general public. Through participating in creating this project, the youth will build intergenerational community connections as well as leadership and technical arts or media skills.
The ideal candidate is someone who has experience with LGBTQIA and BIPOC communities and a strong understanding of harm-reduction, empowerment-based community practice, and youth-led programming. This person should be able to think and work collectively, but also be self-motivated and self-directed when leading a project. We would like the final project to be tailored to skills of the hired person; therefore we are interested in receiving applications from people with diverse arts and digital media skills. Applicants should briefly specify in their cover letter how they see their particular skills in these areas being used towards the desired outcome.
Project 10 conducts hiring on the basis of employment equity. Employment equity is designed to compensate for the non-existence of a level playing field with regards to people’s experiences and job qualifications, given the structural injustices that affect marginalized groups. These groups include but are not limited to: Black, Indigenous, racialized, People of Colour, mixed-race, migrant, trans, gender nonconforming, people with (dis)ability/ies*, working class, HIV+, women, LGBTQ, and asexual identities. Project 10 also encourages those that are near our age mandate (14-25) apply. (Unfortunately, those under 18 are not eligible, nor are current or recent P-10 service users.)
If you wish to be considered for employment equity, include the following sentence in your cover letter: “I would like to be considered for employment equity.” We do not require applicants to specify the basis on which they are applying for employment equity; you do not need to disclose your reasons if you do not wish to do so.
*Please note that Project 10 is not located in a fully wheelchair accessible space. For a full accessibility audit of our space, click here. Feel free to contact us with any other concerns or questions regarding accessibility!
QTBIPOC Programming (90%):
* Design an oral history project that will be youth-led and arts-based
* Deliver the project with the support of QTBIPOC youth
* Coordinate details of the programming including activities, guests, foods, and volunteers
* Manage the budget and cashflow of the programming (with support from the Fundraising & Administration Co-coordinator)
* Support with fundraising requests for the program as requested
* Recruit and support QTBIPOC youth to participate in the project
* Oversee and attend finissage event
* Lead the evaluation process to support next iterations of QTBIPOC youth programming at P10
* Build and maintain relationships with partners in LGBTQIA and BIPOC communities as well as artists and media makers
Support Work (10%)
* Provide support and advocacy to LGBTQ+ youth 14-25, parents, and professionals in person, by phone and internet using anti-oppression, harm-reduction, and active listening skills
* Develop and facilitate workshops and presentations with P10 co-coordinators or interns
* Share day-to-day office responsibilities with the co-coordinators
Required Skills and Experience:
* Strong experience in program design and delivery, especially arts-based and/or youth-led programming
* Significant relationships to Black, Indigenous, and people of color communities
* Fluent in French and English (spoken & written)
* Knowledge of LGBTQ youth realities, as well as knowledge of intersectionality, anti-oppression, harm-reduction
* Strong interpersonal skills
* Experience working mostly autonomously and collaboratively with a small team, as well as partnering with other organizations
* 3 years work experience or studies in a related domain
* Knowledge of QTBIPOC histories and organizing in Montréal
* Knowledge of diverse religious & racialized communities in Montréal
* Fluency in languages other than English/French
Compensation and contract details:
Salary begins at $20.15/hour with annual indexation. Employees are eligible for health days, vacation, and 1000$ annually in health and wellness expenses. This contract is for one year with possibility of renewal depending on funding capacity.
Please send your cover letter and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org . Application can also be mailed or dropped off in person. Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. Candidate is expected to begin April 3, 2017. Application deadline: March 9, 2017 at 6pm.
This project is made possible in part by the Government of Canada through the Canadian Heritage Official Languages Support Program.