We’re growing our team!
NEW POSITION: Equity Educator (closed)!
4Rs is excited to announce that we will be recruiting a new staff member this year! This is an invitation to you, or someone you know, to join a community of young people engaged in self-awareness and reflection, who are reimagining the process of reconciliation through the lens of authentic relationship building, critical dialogue, action and collaborative leadership that centres the needs of Indigenous people.
Interested in Joining the Movement? Check out the job postings below. These positions offer competitive compensation, great opportunities for learning, travel and a chance to do something meaningful. The location for these positions is flexible within Canada. We are an equity opportunity employer that encourages Indigenous people, members of the LGBTQ2S+ community, racialized folks, newcomers, people of all genders and abilities, and members of other under-represented communities to apply.
Questions about the positions and your application can be directed to Jess Bolduc, Executive Director via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Equity Educator | Salary range: $60-65k plus access to group benefits package
Please note: this job posting is now closed.
Contract period: May 1st, 2020 to March 31, 2021
4Rs is looking for an Equity Educator to join our team to facilitate learning, and identify possibilities for capacity building and interventions at multiple levels in the youth service delivery sector. Through this role we hope to increase cultural competency and promote organizational and systemic culture shifts within 4Rs’ partner organizations. This role will involve joining a team to challenge systems of power and oppression that have become institutionalized in youth service delivery by engaging in a process of dialogue and learning grounded in the 4Rs Framework for cross-cultural dialogue. We hope that through education, relationship building and intervention, over time this role will contribute to a healthier ecosystem through which Indigenous young people and their allies can do community, reconciliation and decolonization work.