WIN Summer Jobs 2022

WIN Community Liaison Worker:

Administration and Communications

Job Details:

  • 14.25/hour, 30 hours/week 

  • Start date: May 16, 2022

  • End date: August 5, 2022

This summer job is offered in collaboration with Service Canada and is conditional on the provision of a federal grant. The applicant must be at least 15 years old and no more than 30 years old at the moment of hiring.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Attend biweekly staff check-ins and prayer meetings, WIN staff meetings and other supplementary training 

  • Administration & Community Engagement:

    • Sit in on Community Action and Impact Team (CAIT) meetings

    • Assist with the development, organization, and running of event (iIncluding The Big Give)

    • Promote and develop community outreach actions through virtual and safe in-person means, such as helping residents participate in food drives

    • Referring residents to social services and assisting in food security events or activities. 

    • Participating in debrief sessions after events or activities and at the end of the summer.

    • Helping Eglise Oasis and Church 21 animate activities and community outreach with the Coverdale Co-Op, including safe social-distancing children's activities, sports and fitness clinics

  • Communications:

    • Creating & posting content to Facebook & Instagram

    • Website upkeep

    • Creating mailchimp campaigns for the members of WIN and other partners

 

Qualifications:

  • Comfortable in English and French

  • Required skills: teamwork, leadership, communication, digital skills

  • Experience in administration, communications, or event planning & management is a plus

 

Other Responsibilities:

  • Committed to Christ and who affirms the Nicene Creed.

  • Committed to a life animated by the Spirit and spiritual disciplines (i.e. community, simplicity, and witness).

  • Strong sense of vocation and integration of faith and work.

  • Team player and team builder, participating in the life and spirituality of the team. 

  • Not be more than 30 years old at the moment of hiring

Please contact Carole by May 15th to apply (application deadline has been extended from May 1st)

Download the job description here.

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WIN Community Liaison Worker: 

Administration and Communications

WIN Community Liaison Worker:

Urban Gardening Pilot Project

Job Details:

  • 14.25/hour, 30 hours/week 

  • Start date: June 1, 2022

  • End date: August 24, 2022

  • Language requirements: English or French

This summer job is offered in collaboration with Service Canada and is conditional on the provision of a federal grant. The applicant must be at least 15 years old and no more than 30 years old at the moment of hiring.

 

Role:

The Community Liaison Worker will assist in the development of an urban gardening pilot project in the West Island.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Community Research:

    • Determine the landscape of community & urban gardening in the West Island

    • Identify potential partners and garden sites

  • Project Planning:

    • Create an urban gardening proposal

    • Create a strategy to recruit volunteers and interns

    • Select garden sites

  • Gardening:

    • Plant gardens with volunteers

    • Ensure upkeep of garden sites

  • Community Engagement:

    • Design short-term student internships for youth

    • Connect and develop partnerships with churches and youth organizations to design future internships

  • Attend biweekly staff check-ins and prayer meetings, WIN CAITeam meetings and other supplementary training

  • Participate in the Urban Labs training program, a theological undergirding to urban practice 

 

Qualifications:

  • Experience in gardening, agriculture, or similar fields (e.g. working at a nursery)

  • Comfortable in English and French

  • Knowledge of regenerative and/or Indigenous agriculture a plus

 

Other Responsibilities:

  • Committed to Christ and who affirms the Nicene Creed.

  • Committed to a life animated by the Spirit and spiritual disciplines (i.e. community, simplicity, and witness).

  • Strong sense of vocation and integration of faith and work.

  • Team player and team builder, participating in the life and spirituality of the team. 

  • Not be more than 30 years old at the moment of hiring

 

To apply, email your application to Carole (ctapin@direction.ca) by May 15th, 2022

Please contact Carole by May 15th to apply.

Download the job description here.

Téléchargez la description du poste ici.