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Indigenous Community Recruiter

Job Information
Author ahnationtalk
Date January 27, 2017
Type Full Time
Company University of Manitoba
Location Manitoba, MB
Category Miscellaneous
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Compensation Group: A.E.S.E.S
Faculty: Faculty of Arts
Department: Department of Sociology
Position History: New
Position Type: Temporary
Work Schedule (Select) : Variable hours

Additional Information

We are seeking an Indigenous person who will canvas Indigenous organizations in the city seeking individuals willing to participate in our project. This is a part-time position, possibly 15 hours a week with flexible hours for 2 – 4 months. The successful candidate will have some post-secondary education, access to a vehicle, and knowledge of Indigenous organizations in Winnipeg. Knowledge of an Indigenous language would be an asset. Visit our website at www.circlesforreconciliation.ca to learn about our organization. Please apply online at https://umanitoba.hua.hrsmart.com/ats/job_search.php on or before Tuesday, January 31, 2017. Questions can be directed to [email protected]

Estimated Weekly Hours: 0 – 17.5
Salary (Hourly) : $19.64 – $24.92
Salary (Annual): $0.00 – $22,677.20
Proposed Start Date : 2017-02-06
Probation/Trial Period: 420 hours worked

Qualifications:
● The successful candidate will have some post-secondary education, access to a vehicle, and knowledge of Indigenous organizations in Winnipeg
● Knowledge of an Indigenous language would be an asset.
Key Responsibilities:
Circles for Reconciliation is a non-profit, grassroots community project that seeks to promote reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people in Canada. The goal is to create new relationships that are based on “mutual recognition, mutual respect, sharing and mutual responsibility” (TRC). Our means is to create 100 discussion groups, each composed of 10 people (five Indigenous and five non-Indigenous) with each of the 100 groups meeting 10 times to learn and discuss a large number of issues around reconciliation. We are seeking an Indigenous person who will canvas Indigenous organizations in the city seeking individuals willing to participate in our project.

This is a part-time position, possibly 15 hours a week with flexible hours for 2 – 4 months.

Position Number:23434
# of Hires Needed:1
Posting Closing Date.(Requisition closes at 4:30 p.m. CT):02/03/2017
Inquiries only (Note: applications must be submitted through REACH-UM):[email protected]

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