Employment Opportunity: Organizational Coordinator - Justice Options for Women
Justice Options for Women is seeking an Organizational Coordinator to lead organization and implement projects on its behalf. Do you understand gender-based violence and gender issues more broadly? Do you have experience working in a non-profit organization? Skilled project manager? If yes, please apply to the position of Organizational Coordinator for Justice Options for Women.
Justice Options for Women is a coalition of community and government stakeholders committed to supporting Prince Edward Island women at risk of violence through advocacy and awareness-raising on safe and effective responses to violence and justice policy. The Organizational Coordinator will work independently with the support of a board of directors and project partners to strengthen the organization’s capacity and implement projects mainly related to the Circles of Safety program.
- Work collaboratively with Board of Directors to oversee and coordinate all projects including Strengthening Circles of Safety and Support;
- Ensure project deliverables are met;
- Ensure monthly reporting to Board of Directors and coordination of organizational and project meetings including AGM;
- Represent the organization at consultations, funder meetings, and other stakeholder engagement sessions;
- Ensure proper financial reporting guidelines and support annual audit;
- Complete project proposals as needed and set forth by Strategic priorities of the organization;
- Complete funder reports;
- Ensure that confidentiality and security of sensitive information is maintained and complies with the requirements of Justice Options for Women and the Canadian Privacy Act;
- Other related duties as may be assigned to meet organizational needs;
- Board management and development (bylaws, governance training, terms of reference development);
- Strategic and operational planning; and
- Organizational coordination (reporting, administration, communications, fund development, etc.).
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Organizational Development
- Strategic Planning
- Fund Development and grant writing
- Work independently as well as collaboratively, and evidence excellent time management
- Strong project management skills
- Knowledge of Gender Based Violence issues and non-profit sector in general
- Effective communication and interpersonal skills
- Proven community development and networking skills
- Knowledge on social justice and feminist issues in PEI and beyond
- Ability to multitask and work in a fast-paced environment and
- Relevant post-secondary degree, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
One-year contract (with possibility of renewal). Hourly rate between $25 and $30 an hour for approximately 30 hours a week based on skills and experience.
This is a remote position which will include in person monthly meetings and in person meetings with project partners, these meetings take place in Charlottetown, PE.
How to Apply
To apply please submit your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, February 22nd, 2021.
Please note that only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. The anticipated start date is March 15th, 2021.