Position Term: Beginning September 2018, continuing until April 2019
Remuneration: $16/hr (up to 30 hours a month)
Number of Positions: 1 (open only to Carleton graduate students)
- Variable time commitment throughout the academic term
- Working with another Sexual Assault Outreach Coordinator, the Outreach coordinator, as well as GSA staff and executive
- Working with groups at Carleton and the broader Ottawa community.
- To assist in the education of the GSA’s membership and Carleton students at large about issues surrounding sexual assault awareness through advocacy and outreach.
- Help foster student participation in sexual assault awareness/anti-oppression campaigns through organizing and facilitating campaign meetings
- To participate in the creation of safe spaces and provide resources to graduate students based off the vision and platform of the GSA executive
- Represent the GSA and students by sitting on relevant Carleton University committees
- To help conduct outreach to students and to engage in public education concerning broader sexual violence issues, consent, sexual health, and equity campaigns through events (town halls, workshops, panels) and regular tabling
- Assist in the organization of outreach events concerning sexual assault, consent, and sexual health
- Support the dissemination and referral process regarding sexual assault resources both on and off campus
- Help liaise and foster relationships with other organizations with similar mandates
- Contribute content to the Grad Bulletin, GSA website, and social media
- Support the promotion of safe spaces and sexual health during the GSA Welcome Weeks activities as requested by the executive
- Other duties as required
- Must be current graduate student at Carleton University
- Strong communication skills, meeting facilitation skills, good ability to work on a team, and strong interpersonal skills
- Have an understanding and an interest in awareness work around sexual assault
- Can work independently with minimal supervision but is team oriented
- Must have understanding of intersections surrounding sexual assault and how sexual violence impacts various marginalized communities
- Training as a support worker, councillor, peer supporter, etc. is an asset, but not required.
- It is an asset but not required to have experience working with LGBTQQIA2S+ communities and families
- Knowledge and understanding of equity issues and creating inclusive spaces
Deadline: Friday, September 22, 2018 at 12 NOON
Submit resume with a cover letter to:
600 University Centre, Carleton University
Unceded Algonquin Territory
or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The GSA is a unionized workplace (CUPE Local 1281).