Coordinator Indigenous Community Outreach Jobs Vacancy in Canadian Red Cross
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Coordinator Indigenous Community Outreach Jobs Vacancy in Canadian Red Cross Jobs Details:
Classification: CDI 1
The Canadian Red Cross Society (CRC), a non-profit, humanitarian organization dedicated to helping Canadians, as well as the most vulnerable throughout the world, is seeking a Coordinator, Indigenous Community Outreach for the Emergency Management (EM) department. Reporting to the Operations Manager, EM, this position will act as a community connector to all programs within CRC with a strong focus on EM and facilitating Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) activities to promote resilience and capacity building in Indigenous communities. The incumbent is responsible for coordinating and organizing volunteer support for CRC programs and bridging with other CRC programs to ensure an integrated approach to service delivery and building community based networks of support.
- Provides direct support to the planning and delivery of programs in support to Indigenous communities with emphasis on Emergency Management and Disaster Risk Reduction.
- Supports internal and external monitoring and reporting obligations including file management in relation to community-based programming and the compilation and analyses of program statistics and results.
- Develops strong and effective working relationships with Indigenous communities and governance structures.
- Facilitates community partnerships to support CRC activities related to resilience building with a focus on DRR which recognize, respect, and respond to the full diversity of the communities within the designated area.
- Coordinates planning meetings with community to support their assessment of community risks and hazards and mapping of community assets and resources.
- Hosts community network meetings and generates opportunities that will enable participating communities to share resources and enhance community plans including emergency response and evacuation plans.
- Promotes personal preparedness education within Indigenous communities including workshops, learning session and communication events.
- Assists with the recruitment, training, and mentoring of community Preparedness Facilitators who are supporting preparedness activities.
- Performs operational workforce planning to ensure volunteer workforce is aligned with the needs and priorities of the CRC in the assigned geographic region.
- Assists with the planning, recruitment and processing of EM volunteers available for deployment in the designated area as required.
Education and Experience:
The minimum qualifications for this position include completion of a bachelor’s degree with a concentration on Indigenous Studies, Emergency Management or a related field, and a minimum of 3 to 5 years of job related work experience, including developing positive external relationships and working in collaboration with Indigenous communities and/or agencies, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
- Knowledge of Indigenous culture, traditions, beliefs and protocols of the region
- Specialized training in disaster response or disaster risk reduction programs; particularly emergency social services
Abilities and Skills:
- Strong written and verbal communication skills in English
- Ability to write reports that are easily understood that include clear recommendations for action
- Excellent interpersonal and relationship building skills
- Proficiency in MS Office Suite
- Advanced organizational and analytical skills
- A valid Provincial Class 5 Driver’s License
- First Aid Certificate or willingness to obtain certification
- Experience in working with a diverse population, and an understanding of cultural issue.
- Facilitation skills for a broad range of audiences using interactive techniques building on adult and youth learning
- Work-related travel is a regular requirement of the job including into remote communities during all seasons.
- May be required to work non-traditional hours, be on-call, carry a pager, and respond to emergency/disaster related requests.
- This position requires a satisfactory Canadian criminal record check, a vulnerable sector check, and a satisfactory driver’s abstract.
The Canadian Red Cross Society is an equal opportunity employer. While we appreciate all responses, only candidates under consideration will be contacted. Please note that relocation funding is not available for this position.