COMMUNITY LIAISON AGENT – PIC
As part of the Collective Impact Project (PIC) the community liaison agent has the mandate to take part in planning and implementing explorative collective projects / activities regarding issues of food security, housing and transportation.
In collaboration with the CRC tasks of the community liaison agent are:
- Awareness and mobilization
Liaises with key players of the community.
Develops and implements engagement strategies to key players.
Creates content for awareness and communication tools.
Collects and analyzes data.
Assists research projects from some of our collaborators (e.g., Dawson College, McGill University Moisson Montréal).
Writes summaries, reports and other documents for referral.
Monitors events and stays up to date with current affairs and studies related to collective experimentation labs.
Coordinates and facilitates several working committees and follow-ups.
Takes part in facilitating the urbanists “Table” of the West Island.
Creates tools for presentation, facilitation and evaluation.
Documents progress from committees.
Creates content for distribution (assisting the communications agent).
Assists in creating communication tools (assisting the communications agent).
4. Event planning
Takes part in planning, facilitation, evaluation and logistics of collective events.
Takes part in coordinating volunteers during events.
Writes events reports.
5. Administration and governance
Takes part in team meetings.
Takes part in funding efforts.
Takes part in funding description (e.g., report).
Brainstorms about strategies for the CRC and action plan (when needed).
Takes part in the evaluation of the project.
Takes part in training (when needed).
Assists in various clerical tasks for the CRC.
Attends relevant events and committees on behalf of the CRC (e.g., conferences, symposium, etc.)
Training or or education a relevant field and / or relevant work experience.
Excellent writing skills and public speaking (in English and in French).
Knowledge of Office Suite and social media.
Enjoys team work.
Takes initiatives, autonomous, creative and well organized
Capacity to multitask
Interest in issues related to food security, affordable housing and alternative transportation.
Strong interest in the community sector and/or the West Island community an asset.
Working schedule: 35 hours/week (with flexibility for work/life balance)
Starting date: August 2019
Contract period: 8 months with possible renewal ( for 2 years)
Application deadline: July 21, 2019
Please send us a cover letter and resume at firstname.lastname@example.org
Only selected applicants will be contacted.