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Inuuqatigiit Centre for Inuit Children, Youth and Families is a multi-service non-profit organization serving Inuit children,youth and their familiesandarededicated to providing cultural, educational, and support services in a caring, respectful and collaborative environment that fosters strong and proud Inuit children and families.Position: Well-Being and Gender-Based Violence CoordinatorHours: 37.5hours per week –Determinateto August 31, 2024SalaryRange: $52,000-$57,000 per annumPOSITION SUMMARYUnder the direct supervision of the Manager of Family Well-Being, the Well-Being and Gender-Based ViolenceCoordinator is responsible for the implementation of the Inuit Well-Being support for Inuit impactedby Gender-Based violence and their families’five year project.KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES•Promote Inuit beliefs, values and traditions in all aspects of the project;•Manage all aspects of Well-Being and Gender-Based Violence project;•Further develop and carry out the project implementation play developed in 2018/2019 and manage all deliverables;•Act asTeam Lead to engage and oversee the work of project contractors;•Establish relationships that benefit the deliveryof programs and services by engaging Inuit who can provide input and guidance to the project;•Establish a project Advisory Group to oversee evaluation;•Support the development and validation of War-Around Model of Care and services, programs,and supports for Inuit impacted by violence;•Support project partners by taking an active role in the evaluation of the project and application of findings in their Agencies;•Coordinate and deliver cultural safetyand violence workshops with other agencies and organizations;•Oversee the development of final evaluation report, identifying concerns and issues, and resources for an enhanced system of supports for Inuit-impacted by gender-based violence;•Meet all tracking and reporting requirementsof funder and Inuuqatigiit;•Maintain thorough, orderly,and confidential administrative documents required by the funder and Inuuqatigiit;•Advocate for the needs for Inuit children and families;•Actively representing the Centre at meetings, presentations,and conferences with stakeholders, including partner agencies, funders,and government.

ACCOUNTABILITY•Accountable for the safety and security of participants in the project;•Accountable for the effectiveand efficient management and delivery of project activities in keeping with funding agreements; and•Accountable for the development of relationship s between Inuuqatigiit and project stakeholders and partners.WORKING RELATIONSHIPS•Developa supportive and professional rapport with Inuuqatigiit staff;•Participate in conflict resolutions when required; and•Foster safe and caring relationships with women, men, non-binary individuals, youth and LGTBQQ (lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgender, queer (or sometimes questioning), two-spirited community members) involved in the project using known elements of relationship building (e.g. attentive listening, empathy, nonjudgment).OTHER•Assist in the planning and organization of Inuuqatigiit community events (e.g. Inuit Day, AGM);•Raise awareness and sensitivity to Inuit issues through participation in relevant groups and workshops; and•Participate in community outreach and help facilitate training sessions.

QUALIFICATIONS & REQUIREMENTS•Inuit descent preferred;•Fluency in Inuktitut would be an asset;•College diploma in a related field of study;•Minimum of twoyears’experience working in project management, outreach,and quality assurance;•Experience in leading groups and facilitating meetings; •Previous experience working in an Inuit organization and working with Inuit or Indigenous communities;•Communicate effectively orally and in writing;•Ability to operate computer systems and relevant software;•Strong organizational, program planning, evaluation, fiscal management,and problem-solving skills;•Ability to work independentlyina collaborative team environment;•Ability to function effectively in a high stress, high noise environment.

CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENTS•Medical certification of good health;•TB test, if applicable, and other immunizations up-to-date:•Police Record Check–Vulnerable Sector required; •First Aid/CPR certification or willingness to become certified; and•Driver’s License an asset.

Please apply with cover letter and resume by 5:00 p.m. on September 30, 2020 to:•We thank all who apply for this position.  Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.•When two equally qualified candidates are considered for the same position, preference will be given to the candidate of Inuit descent•This position is dependent upon funding approval.

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