Major Community Projects Coordinator

by Nokee Kwe

Location: London, ON
Date Posted: Apr 30, 2021
Nokee Kwe

Job Description

Job Summary:

The student will oversee a variety of Indigenous based/Other projects and ensure updates are made and timelines/targets met. 

This is a Canada Summer Jobs Funded Position for a period of 16-weeks @ 37.5 hours/week.  Rate of pay is $14.25/hour.
 
Eligible Students must be:
(a) between 15 and 30 years of age (inclusive) at the start of employment
(b) a Canadian Citizen, permanent resident, or person on whom refugee protection has been conferred under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act*; and
(c) legally entitled to work according to the relevant provincial / territorial legislation and regulations.

*International students are not eligible. Recent immigrants are eligible if they are Canadian Citizens or permanent residents.


 
Essential Job Functions:
 
  • Support multiple, on-going projects at Nokee Kwe
  • Work as part of a multi-disciplinary team
  • Maintain working relationships with community partners, stakeholders, and others involved in each of the projects
  • Participate in project meetings and take notes and/or minutes
  • Maintain project updates on an Excel file
  • Prepare project briefings prior to meetings
  • Disseminate project related and/or other information as required to project committees
  • Work to advance the goals of the projects
  • Work with stakeholders to create schedules and ensure project timelines are met
  • Manage all administrative tasks related to the project
  • support all Nokee Kwe’s programs and services in a competent manner
  • provide weekly reports


 
Educational and Experiential Requirements:

Post-Secondary graduate and/or current student in one of the following programs:
  • Indigenous Studies
  • Project Management
  • Business

 

Additional Knowledge Requirements:
 
  • Intermediate Employment Computer/Tech skills


 
Additional Experience/Skills/Personality:
 
  • Excellent customer service
  • Indigenous cultural diversity
  • Not-for-profit experience
  • Outgoing and personable
  • Problem solving skills
  • Able to work well within a team setting
  • Time management/organizational/prioritizing skills
  • Social media skills

Additional “Nice to Have’s”:
 
  • Common Assessment Certification
  • Health and safety/WHMIS
  • Diversity training
  • Privacy training
  • First Aid and CPR




Nokee Kwe
1069 Wellington road South, Unit 104
London, ON N6E 2H6
519-671-1220 (Administration)
www.nokeekwe.ca

Deborah Armstrong; Programs Director; deba@nokeekwe.ca