JOB TITLE: Internal Liaison – Anti.Violence.Project
CONTACT NAME: Soumya Natarajan
JOB DESCRIPTION: The Internal Liaison is responsible for maintaining communication among staff and volunteers and using social media to promote the Anti.Violence.Project (AVP). The Internal Liaison is responsible for updating AVP social media such as Facebook and website, and could also include regularly contributing to the AVP Blog. The Internal Liaison will attend staff and volunteer meetings as required, and must be able to attend the AVP Volunteer Training (40 hrs). Additionally, the Internal Liaison will be responsible for coordinating a Social Committee of one or two volunteers, who will organize social events for volunteers and staff (2 per year), and for producing a monthly internal newsletter. The Internal Liaison will participate in other projects as they arise.
QUALIFICATIONS:The Internal Liaison will have a strong anti-oppressive feminist analysis of issues related to gender-based violence and abuse. They must be able to work independently and as part of a team of paid and volunteer staff, and must be organized, self-motivated and creative. They are expected to have excellent communication and interpersonal skills. We will make every attempt to work with you in making this position accessible if you are a successful applicant.
The University of Victoria Students’ Society is an equal opportunity Employer. In support of employment equity and in order to increase our relevancy and diversity of skills, knowledge and experience, AVP strongly encourages people of colour, persons with disabilities, Indigenous, queer and transgendered students to apply and will give hiring preference to qualified applicants who self-identify as being from marginalized communities and groups who face systemic barriers to employment. Applicants who wish to do so may self-identify in their cover letter.
JOB LOCATION ON-CAMPUS: Anti.Violence.Project: Student Union Building B027
WORK STUDY WAGE: $11.00
HOURS AVAILABLE: 300
DEADLINE: September 5, 2012