AMUSE OUTREACH COORDINATOR FOR DOWNTOWN CAMPUS
Responsibilities of Outreach Coordinator:
- be knowledgeable about the Union, the Collective Agreement;
- work closely with the Labour Relations Officer, the Vice President Communications & Outreach and AMUSE Stewards;
- visit workplaces on downtown campus to educate union members about the union, the Collective Agreement, and inform them of their rights as a union member and how to contact their union;
- aid in the preparation of special events and meetings;
- sit on the Outreach and Mobilization Committee.
A good candidate for the position should be:
- able to work autonomously
- outgoing and approachable
- knowledgeable about or interested in labour and social justice issues
- knowledge about AMUSE’s history and background
- bilingualism (not required)
- familiarity with McGill’s downtown campus
Mobility requirements: Unfortunately, the AMUSE office as well as many downtown McGill campus buildings that the Outreach Coordinator is required to visit are not wheelchair accessible. Applicants with other accessibility concerns are encouraged to talk to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com for more details about the job.
Rate of pay: $15.00/hr and a monthly $40 travel stipend
Schedule of work: 6-8 hours per week, schedule to be negotiated with the successful candidate.
Paid training for the position will be provided.
Start date: February 15th 2016, or as soon as possible.
End date: April 31st 2016, with possibility of contract renewal.
TO APPLY: please send a short statement of intent and a copy of your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
DEADLINE TO APPLY: February 6th 2016 by midnight.
Only candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.
We strive to make this interview process as accessible as possible. We are happy to conduct interviews via Skype or meet candidates in alternative locations to our office. Please let us know if there are other ways we can make this process more accessible to you.
AMUSE shall take into account the tenets and spirit of employment equity during the hiring process. People from marginalized communities, including women, indigenous people, visible minorities, disabled people, deaf people, gay men, lesbians, bisexuals, two-spirit people, transgender and transsexual people, and working class people will be encouraged to apply, and their unique perspectives and contributions shall be taken into consideration during the hiring process. Candidates are encouraged to specify if they would like to be considered for employment equity in their application.