If you’re passionate about ending sexualized and gender-based violence and have awesome outreach skills, now is the time to apply to join the AVP staff team. We are hiring an Outreach Coordinator!
Among other things, this role will involve managing the Anti-Violence Project’s social media presence, designing and distributing posters and brochures and working to maintain our website. There’s also lots of flexibility in this position to bring your passions and develop campaigns and events to support and engage UVic students and our wider community. In addition to communications and outreach experience, we’re also looking for someone who has experience working with/in social justice spaces and lenses. Help us spreading the word about our wonderful services, resources and workshops!
This is a 24 hour a week 3-year term position that pays $25.94/hr plus vacation pay, yearly pay increases and sweet benefits like medical/dental coverage.
In your cover letter and resume, please provide specific details about how your work and/or volunteer experience relates to the required qualifications outlined in the job description (available here, PDF will open in a new window). If you have applied for this position before, please don't hesitate to apply again!
The posting will be open until Monday, June 14th at 11 AM. All applications MUST be submitted to or dropped off at the General Office in the Student Union Building. If they are submitted by other means they cannot be accepted. Start date for this position is flexible! You can also view this job positing on the UVSS website, here.
Working with the Anti-Violence Project means being part of a diverse and collaborative unionized work environment. Our team has been working predominantly from home for the past year due to COVID-19 but is beginning to transition back into our office. If working either remotely or in-person presents a barrier for you, please get in touch – we’re happy to discuss ways we can support whoever joins our team.
This position is restricted to self-identified women, gender non-conforming, and non-binary applicants only. In support of employment equity and in order to increase our relevancy and diversity of skills, knowledge and experience, AVP strongly encourages self-identified people of colour, people with disabilities, Black, Indigenous, queer, and transgender people to apply. Preference will be given 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.