Deadline for Outreach Coordinator extended to February 7th!

Peer Support Coordinator

Position Summary 

The Graduate Mental Health Peer Support Program Coordinator will recruit, coordinate, and supervise peer support volunteers as well as provide overall administrative support and evaluation for the program. The Coordinator will also work with the volunteers and  the Graduate Mental Health Peer Support Collaborative Team to identify potential topics for mental health programming and will design and facilitate workshops and initiatives accordingly. Other duties may include one on one peer support with students, meetings with various stakeholders, seek out modes of funding as it pertains to graduate student mental health. 

This is a part time position (approximately 20 hours per week). Hourly rate is $25.96 per hour. The end date for this position is April 30, 2020.

The GSA is an equal opportunity employer. The GSA encourages applications from qualified members of all equity seeking groups including but not limited to women, BIPOC, persons with disabilities, and LGBTQ2+ people.

Submit Resume with a Cover Letter (ideally as one document) to:
Hiring Committee by January 17th 2020 at 5pm.
By Email (Word or PDF):
Full job description below:

Outreach Coordinator

Position Term: Until April 30 2020
Remuneration: $25.96 per hour
Number of Positions: 1 (open only to Carleton graduate students)
Job Description:

  • Conduct membership outreach, including tabling, office visits, and attending graduate student events and functions to promote the services and campaigns of the GSA.
  • Assist in the development of Welcome Weeks programming.
  • Work in collaboration with the Sexual Assault Outreach Coordinator(s).
  • Assist with the development and implementation of GSA campaigns including but not limited to membership outreach, advocacy, equity, academic, and other campaigns in collaboration with the Executive and staff.
  • Work closely with the Membership Coordinator to help implement campaigns of the Canadian Federation of Students on campus, and help to build a student movement and coalitions with student groups on campus.
  • Liaise with campus groups (such as: departmental societies, labour unions, social justice groups, service centres, departments, etc) and with the broader community to work towards achieving common goals as determined by the Executive.
  • Assist in managing GSA programming including planning and logistics, recruiting volunteers, ensuring accessibility, and managing risk
  • Coordinate and manage volunteers for event planning, outreach, and campaign work
  • Assist in updating the GSA website and social networking accounts.
  • Create promotional materials for Mike’s Place Pub as time permits
  • Other duties as required


  • Ability to motivate others and recruit volunteers
  • Strong communication skills and confidence with outreaching to members
  • Can work independently with minimal supervision but is team oriented
  • Knowledge and understanding of equity issues and creating inclusive spaces
  • Ability to overcome challenges and lead a project from concept and planning through to successful execution
  • Experience with community development, event planning and developing promotional material
  • Ability to work with a diverse group of people
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Proven ability to work within deadlines and in an expedient manner
  • Must be a current Grad Student at Carleton University

Deadline: February 7th 2020 at 5pm

Submit resume with a cover letter to:

The GSA is a unionized workplace (CUPE Local 1281).

The GSA values employment and educational equality and welcomes applications from
diverse groups including but not limited to: people impacted by gender oppression,
Indigenous people, racialized people, people with disabilities and LGBTQQIA2S+.

Only those who are granted interviews will be contacted.

Sexual Assault Outreach Coordinator

The position of Sexual Assault Outreach Coordinator includes: 

  • Assist alongside Equity Services in the education of the GSA’s membership and Carleton students within the Graduate Peer Support Program about issues surrounding sexual assault through advocacy and outreach work.
  • Help foster student participation in sexual assault awareness and anti-oppression campaigns To participate in the creation of safe spaces and provide resources to graduate students based off the vision of the GSA Executive
  • Attend team and community meetings as directed 
  • Support the dissemination and referral process regarding sexual assault resources both on and off campus
  • Meet regularly with members of the GSA Executive or their designate(s) to discuss upcoming events, work reports, and outreach
  • To ensure adequate and regular communication with any other Sexual Assault Outreach Coordinator (s)
  • Help liaise with and foster relationships with other organizations with similar mandates as directed
  • Contribute content to GSA communications Support the promotion of safe space and sexual health during GSA Welcome Weeks activities as requested 
  • Other duties that are relevant to the position 

Remuneration: $25.96/hr

Positions open only to Carleton graduate students.

Deadline: January 17th 2020 at 5pm.

Submit resumes and cover letter to:

Hiring Committee

600 Unicentre Carleton University

E-mail (WORD or PDF only):

GSA is a unionized workplace (CUPE Local 1281). Only those granted interviews will be contacted.

The GSA values employment and educational equality and welcomes applications from diverse groups including (but not limited to) women; indigenous people; people of colour; people with disabilities; international students; and gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people.