We are hiring a Community Hub Coordinator!
Competition number NCCCHC100722
Temp position to March 31, 2023 (possible extension)
The NunatuKavut Community Council (NCC)
Translated from Inuttitut, NunatuKavut means “our ancient land” and refers to the territory of Inuit who belong to south and central Labrador. NCC is a rights-based governing body that represents NunatuKavut Inuit. We are a dynamic, fast-paced, and growing team that strives to meet the priorities, interests and needs of our people. Our governing vision demonstrates commitment to community and culture as we seek “to govern ourselves, providing and caring for one another, our families and our communities while nurturing our relationship with our lands and waters.” We foster an open and transparent working environment which incorporates Inuit values of caring, fairness, respect, accountability, and teamwork.
The Sandwich Bay 50 Plus Club and NunatuKavut Community Council (NCC) in partnership with Memorial University has set up a Sandwich Bay Community Hub in Cartwright, NL.
This joint initiative will support community activities, enhance community engagement, and expand access to opportunities for research and education initiatives in the region through the provision of communal space, strong and reliable internet access, and communications infrastructure.
The NunatuKavut Community Council (NCC) is seeking applications for the position of Community Hub Coordinator. The successful applicant will coordinate and facilitate community engagement activities around education, research, and other diverse programming.
- Assist in the development, coordination, and facilitation of diverse initiatives to engage community members and groups.
- Engage in outreach to connect with groups in the region promoting the Community Hub – Act as an advocate of the Community Hub.
- Liaise with partners to plan diverse programs and activities (i.e., workshops, events, lifelong learning.
- Oversee use of the space – may include unlocking and locking the space before and after use, clean up, preparing space for use (i.e., seating, etc.).
- Collaboratively develop and implement community-based activities and projects with NCC.
- Monitor and maintain a booking system for groups and individuals using the space.
- Provide basic technical support related to wireless internet, troubleshoot connection issues, and other relevant IT requirements as needed by users.
- Provide financial administrative support including invoicing, managing expense claims, and monitoring expenditures related to the community hub.
- Report writing.
- Assist in gathering data to inform proposal writing, identify community program priorities, community interests and goals, among others as necessary.
- Seek out funding opportunities to support the Community Hub project.
- Other duties as required.
- Experience in planning, developing, and implementing events and activities.
- Experience in relationship building within communities.
- Strong problem-solving, organizational and communication skills.
- Ability to work unsupervised and demonstrate motivation and initiative.
- Must have computing skills using MS office, social media, and other relevant software.
- Must be a team player.
- Must have financial experience (i.e., invoicing, tracking expenditure, etc.).
- Knowledge of cultural safety within Indigenous communities.
- Experience working in an Indigenous community an asset.
- Must be flexible and able to work evening and weekends as required.
- Post-secondary education in community development, community engagement or other relevant field of study OR equivalent expertise gained through education, training, life, and work experience.
Salary $28.50 per hour.
Please submit resume, cover letter and three references to:
Chelsea Dyson, HR Coordinator
Nunatukavut Community Council
E: email@example.com – F: 709-896-0594
Application deadline is October 21, 2022
Please note that only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Preference may be given to qualified members of NunatuKavut Community Council.
The Community Hub is funded by the NunatuKavut Community Council, Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency, the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador, Memorial University’s Office of Public Engagement, Grenfell Campus’ Offices of Research and Engagement and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC).