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Membership & Network Engagement Coordinator

Accountable to: Executive Director

Primary Responsibilities: Membership & Network Engagement Coordinator

Hours of work: 100% or full-time (35 hours/week) 

Bargaining Unit: CUPE 3012, In-scope

Location: Regina, Saskatchewan at the SCIC office

Remuneration: Starting at $32.82/hr (Program Officer Pay Scale)

Passionate about international cooperation and engagement of Saskatchewan-based organizations?

The Saskatchewan Council for International Cooperation (SCIC) builds momentum towards a just, equitable, and sustainable world by enhancing the capacity of our members, educating, and inspiring the public to take action, and creating connections among those we serve.  Our future success is founded on a 50-year history of focusing on our mission, our values, and making a difference in the world. 

The Position

We seek a passionate & visionary Membership & Network Engagement Coordinator to drive membership growth of Saskatchewan-based international development organizations and individuals working globally for social justice.  This position will develop and implement programs to increase SCIC’s audience and deepen our engagement with our community.  This position will offer relevant capacity-building events to support the Inspiring Action for Global Citizenship project funded by Global Affairs Canada.

This job description outlines the general areas of responsibility and ongoing tasks associated with this position. Specific tasks and priorities may be assigned or modified by management through program and work planning.

Member Services Duties:

  • Review new membership applications to ensure compliance with Membership Criteria, Code of Ethics, and Member Terms of Reference

  • Support membership application activities for the Membership and Awards Committee

  • Proactively increase membership and ensure member satisfaction

  • Maintain up-to-date member contact lists

  • Manage annual membership renewal and surveys

  • Liaise with members, partners, and relevant regional and international stakeholders

  • Provide guidance and collaborative support for member-led public engagement endeavors

  • Coordinate capacity and skills-building opportunities for members as required for the Inspiring Action for Global Citizenship project, such as Gender Equality

  • Ensure SCIC’s development principles, values, and crosscutting themes are integrated into membership and network activities

  • Keep abreast of overseas funding opportunities for Saskatchewan-based groups and distribute such information to appropriate members and stakeholders

  • Create networking opportunities, explore collaborative opportunities, and attend member’s regional meetings and events when possible

  • Lead coordination of annual International Development Week (IDW) Global Citizen Awards and other member-based events

  • Lead coordination of issues-based networking events such as the Gathering of Global Minds discussion series, and annual conferences. 

Other Duties:

  • Ensure appropriate quantitative and qualitative evaluation data is collected on all membership programs and events

  • Work within budget and deliverable guidelines as outlined by funding agreements and as directed by the Executive Director

  • Maintain accurate database and records for reporting on Program deliverables, and compile data for Results Based Management reporting as appropriate

  • Participate in staff meetings and program planning as required

  • Complete regular work planning and reports as required

  • Coordinate reporting content for the semi-annual and annual reports

  • Other duties as assigned by the Executive Director

Knowledge, Skills and Ability Requirements:

  • Completion of a relevant undergraduate degree plus 2-3 years of professional program design 

  • Excellent written and oral communications skills; including proficiency with Microsoft Suite and cloud-based applications

  • Experience with member-based organizations is considered an asset

  • Experience working with government and non-governmental organizations

  • Excellent organizational skills and experience with program planning, development, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation

  • Strong written and oral communications skills

  • Knowledge of international development issues or practical experience

  • Experience working within a variety of cultural environments is considered an asset

  • Excellent organizational skills and experience with program planning, development, implementation, monitoring and evaluation, including Results-based Management (RBM)

  • Ability to be flexible and to work in relatively unstructured situations

  • Ability to work with minimal supervision with multiple deadlines

  • Experience or proven interest in international cooperation, non-profit, humanitarian and/or education sector(s)

  • Ability to work effectively and cooperatively as a member of a team.

 

How to Apply:

To express your interest, please apply with your resume and cover letter to HR@saskcic.org. Job is posted until filled. 

SCIC welcomes applications from Indigenous persons, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, women, persons of all sexual orientations and genders, and others with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities.

Applicants must be eligible to work in Canada. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, in accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority.

Program & Office Associate (2 openings)

Accountable to: Director of Operations and Executive Director

Primary Responsibilities: Administrative & Program Support 

Hours of work: 100% or full-time (35 hours/week) 

Bargaining Unit: CUPE 3012, In-scope

Location: Regina, Saskatchewan at the SCIC office

Remuneration: $18.27/hr 

Start Dates: 

  • June 3rd - July 26th 

  • July 2nd - August 26th 

Passionate about international cooperation and engagement of Saskatchewan-based organizations?

The Saskatchewan Council for International Cooperation (SCIC) builds momentum towards a just, equitable, and sustainable world by enhancing the capacity of our members, educating, and inspiring the public to take action, and creating connections among those we serve. Our future success is founded on a 50-year history of focusing on our mission, our values, and making a difference in the world. 

The Position

We are seeking two ambitious additions to our team, who will play a key role in transforming strategic and operational initiatives while ensuring internal controls are in place to adequately safeguard the organization's assets and financial health.

Digitization of Archives (40%) 

  • Create a decision-making matrix to evaluate materials and identify processes to digitize;

  • Describe archival materials; 

  • Support content digitization, migration, and cataloging material; and

  • Support reduction of office / kitchen items no longer needed. 

Program Support (50%)

  • Assist with camp administrative logistics(liaising with facilitators, service providers, etc.);

  • Assist with promotion and outreach to potential participants;

  • Keeping track of registrants and their information/accessibility requirements;

  • Assisting with the assembly of swag bags and informational packages before and after camp;

  • During the camp weekend, assist in the coordination of logistics, facilitator support, and support where needed; 

  • Monitor data/survey collection from both participants and facilitators;

  • Support Global Connection events; and

  • Support any other public engagement activities, as needed.

 Membership & Engagement Support (10%)

  • Assist with coordinating logistics and registrations for SCICs public engagement events;

  • Research the international development sector in Saskatchewan and develop a database of civil society organizations and private sector entities involved in global justice and the Sustainable Development Goals; and

  • Research intersectional gender equality topics and compile resources.

What skills you will develop during the placement

  • Teamwork -  the skills needed to interact with other people. At work, people work with others in pairs and in small and large groups to coordinate tasks, share resources, plan, make decisions, negotiate, solve conflicts and complete other activities that involve teamwork.

  • Communication - the skills needed to exchange thoughts and information with other people. This exchange can happen orally by speaking, listening and using non-verbal cues, such as body language or in writing. At work, people use communications skills to talk to customers, discuss products with suppliers, explain work procedures to co-workers, participate in virtual sales meetings with clients, and other activities that involve verbal or written exchanges.

  • Digital Skills -  the skills needed to understand and use digital systems, tools and applications, and to process digital information. At work, people use digital technology skills to input, access, analyze, organize, create and communicate information and ideas using computers, software, point-of-sale equipment, email, podcasts, web applications, smartphones- and other digital devices.

  • Project Management - skills developed in project planning from conception to implementation, and the ability to develop timelines.  Create, allocate, and manage the budget.  Communicate with all stakeholders.  Troubleshoot problems and challenges.  Deliver (and often maintain) the service.

  • Leadership - refers to a number of skills, including communication, relationship building, and the ability to delegate and traits such as honesty. At work, leadership skills are required when working in a team, demonstrating initiative, and taking responsibility for the completion of tasks that require multiple employees.

 

How to Apply:

To express your interest, please apply with your resume and cover letter to HR@saskcic.org by May 15, 2024. Please indicate which start date you are applying for.

 

SCIC welcomes applications from Indigenous persons, persons with disabilities, visible minorities, women, persons of all sexual orientations and genders, and others with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities.

 

Applicants must be eligible to work in Canada. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, in accordance with Canadian immigration requirements, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority.

 

Thank you for your interest in the Saskatchewan Council for International Cooperation!

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