*Position has been filled*
Hey folks! It’s a new school year and the Anti-Violence Project is open again and offering free peer support, free workshops, we’re recruiting new volunteers, and getting involved in the community!
As part of this new school year, we’re hiring a work study student to join our team! We have 135 hours at $16.50 per hour available. Students must be eligible for the UVic Work Study program in order to apply (see link for more info). The Work Study program runs from September 7th, 2022 to April 26th, 2023.
This position will be open until filled (we will update this blog post once it’s filled).
This year, we’re looking for a “Consultation Assistant” who can help us either start something new or improve and expand what we currently offer. The AVP Consultation Assistant will support the AVP team with conducting consultation and community projects on campus and in the community. This position will also support the AVP team with some administrative and internal office duties, such as office organization, research, and resource gathering/building.
We highly encourage any folks who are interested to apply. Here are some areas of interest that AVP is currently excited to expand on:
- Education and training
- Transformative justice
- Supporting the Men’s Circle
The AVP Consultation Assistant will have a strong anti-oppressive intersectional analysis of issues related to gender-based violence and sexualized violence. Our team is currently working both in-person and from home, so there is flexibility in the ways you can work with us. We will make every attempt to ensure this position is accessible if you are a successful applicant. Please reach out if you have any questions or concerns about accessibility needs in fulfilling this role.
Click here to check out the full job description. (PDF file will open in a new window.)
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, Indigenous, queer, and transgender people to apply.