|Job Type:||Full Time|
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|Job Location:||Ottawa, ON|
|Highest Level Of Education:||Other|
|Job Posting Date:||09-May-2018|
Job Opportunity with Inter Pares
World Skills Employment Centre is working with Inter Pares to recruit for the position of Asia Program Manager.
World Skills is not hiring for this position. If you are interested in this opportunity, please follow these steps:
If you are not yet registered with World Skills, please contact 613-233-0453 ext.300 / Reception@ottawa-worldskills.org to book an appointment for Intake and Assessment or to learn more about our programs and services.
World Skills works with newcomers/immigrants to help them integrate into the Canadian labor market. http://www.ottawa-worldskills.org
Inter Pares is Hiring: Asia Program Manager
If you believe that:
…you may be interested in applying for a Program Manager position at Inter Pares, a Canadian social justice organization. We build relationships with people and organizations, in Canada and overseas, who share an analysis that poverty is caused by structural inequalities among and within nations, and who are working to promote fundamental change in their communities and countries.
As part of our institutional co-management team, the successful candidate will be expected to share responsibility for Inter Pares’ financial, administrative, and political well-being and direction. The co-management team operates on a parity basis – equal salary, equal responsibility – guided by principles of consensus-based decision-making. All co-managers participate in management committees, administration, raising funds, donor relations, board relations, external representation, and public engagement. As such, the program manager is expected to work at a management/strategic level, as well as a daily implementation level.
We are looking for a program manager to share responsibility for our Burma program. This position entails supporting local organizations working in Burma on issues such as health care, media, women’s rights, human rights, peacebuilding, refugees and migration, food sovereignty, economic justice, and control over natural resources. The program manager will collaborate on initiatives to inform Canadians (general public, public servants, and politicians) about the situation in Burma and the work that our counterparts are doing. The Burma program is currently funded by Global Affairs Canada, and therefore the program manager will also spend time fulfilling administrative requirements for government funding. More details on the program can be found here.
The candidate must demonstrate that they hold the required qualifications & experience:
Additionally, the following experiences and qualities are extremely valuable assets:
Salary and benefits
All full-time members of staff receive the same base salary of $64,864 with a generous benefits package that includes extended health coverage and retirement planning benefits. It also includes a dependents allowance (if applicable) for dependent children, disabled spouses or siblings, and/or elderly parents who are economically dependent. Staff members begin with four weeks of vacation, which increases with seniority.
Start date July 16, 2018