April 16, 2015

SACE Is Hiring! Diversity Outreach Worker Position

Posted in SACE Announcements tagged , at 8:29 pm by sacetalks

Full Time Employment Opportunity

Diversity Outreach Worker at the Sexual Assault Centre of Edmonton (SACE)

  • SACE recognizes that sexual violence can happen to individuals regardless of gender, age, community of faith, ability, ethnic heritage or sexual orientation.
  • SACE provides essential, specialized and cost effective sexual assault services aimed at preventing the crime and offering healing and recovery to those who have been victimized.
  • SACE believes that people can heal from the trauma of sexual violence.

SACE is seeking a dynamic individual to join the existing Diversity Outreach Team to develop new / enhance existing community relationships in Edmonton.   This team player will recognize and work with individuals, communities and organizations to reduce barriers that may prevent some individuals from accessing the help they need to begin to heal from sexual violence.

Qualifications:

  • Post-secondary education in a human service field
  • Strong team member but also able to work independently
  • Public speaking skills/ writing skills/computer skills
  • Understanding of sexual violence and the impact on individuals, families and communities
  • Understanding of Indigenous cultures
  • Sensitivity to and understanding of the effects of colonization and residential schools for Indigenous people
  • Understanding of various ethno-cultural communities in the Edmonton area
  • Ability to work flexible hours (some evenings and weekends required)
  • Have a current driver’s license and a reliable vehicle

Of Special Note: SACE operates on a compressed work week (8 working hours/per day Monday – Thursday)

Please forward resume or CV to:

info@sace.ab.ca
Or
#205, 14964 – 121A Ave
Edmonton, AB  T5V 1A3

* Application period closes Friday, April 24th at 5pm.

SACE hires on the basis of merit.  We are committed to the principal of equity in employment.  We welcome diversity and encourage applications from individuals of all genders including Aboriginal persons, people with disabilities and members of a visible minority.