Project Coordinator

by Nokee Kwe

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

Job Description

Job Summary

Responsible for planning, organizing, directing and leading a specific project from start to finish.  Ensuring the project stays on budget and meets contractual targets. 
Requires interaction with a range of internal and external stakeholders, most often managing several moving project parts simultaneously.

This is a 1-year, full-time position, with continuation dependent upon additional funding.

The project is focused on Indigenous Women.

 
Essential Job Functions:
 
  • Recruit program participants
  • Work collaboratively with Indigenous communities/populations
  • Create suitability guidelines for the program
  • Ensure candidates and employers meet suitability guidelines
  • Conduct program intakes
  • Ensure participant target is met
  • Support program participants to ensure graduation
  • Market program to potential participants, and the community
  • Work closely with training agent to ensure seamless delivery of training
  • Contact local employers for placement/employment opportunities for graduates
  • Ensure placement/employment targets are met
  • Follow-up with participants and employers
  • Create weekly and monthly reports
  • Work with finance to ensure budgets are on track
  • Create a project work plan
  • Work with the Nokee Kwe team to ensure participant and employer wrap-around services are available
  • Utilize social media/other marketing venues to promote the program
  • Create a graduation recognition event
  • Host information sessions

 
Educational and Experiential Requirements:

Post-Secondary completion and/or 3-5 years’ experience in one of the following areas:
  • Project/Program Management
  • Social Services
  • Business
  • Education
  • Previous work/experience within Indigenous communities/populations

Additional Knowledge Requirements:
 
  • Intermediate to Advanced Workplace 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

Please forward your cover letter and resume to:
Deborah Armstrong; Programs Director; deba@nokeekwe.ca