[sust-mar] Summer jobs: Program & Volunteer Director, Trips By Transit, Halifax NS
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SUMMER STUDENT JOBS
Job title: Program & Volunteer Director
Type: summer job / summer student position
Organization: Trips By Transit
Location: Halifax, Nova Scotia
Hours per week: 24-30 hours per week
Wage: 12-15 per hour
Term: 12-14 weeks, beginning late may/early june ending by August 31st, with potential for extending the contract for part-time hours into the fall (with negotiable hours and wage)
Apply by May 1st by submitting a cover letter and resume to tripsbytransit.hfx at gmail.com .
Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume as one document with the file name being yourname_PVDirector.
About Trips By Transit
Trips By Transit (TBT) is a not-for-profit organization that works to remove the barriers that prevent individuals from connecting with their communities, themselves, and the natural world. We do this primarily through leading accessible trips to local nature and wilderness spaces via public transit. We lead both community trips which are open to everyone and cost-free, and partnered trips that we run specifically for other community organizations. At TBT we believe spending time in nature has huge benefitsto ones health, sense of wellbeing, involvement and interaction with ones community, environmental stewardship, and much more. We also believe that nature should be accessed in the most respectful way possible, which is why we lead programming solely using public and active transit. Our adventures function as a way for participants to form personal connections in their community, learn more about local issues surrounding the environment, and learn how to access nature in a more
sustainable way. TBT currently has two Chaptersthe primary Halifax Chapter, and a Chapter in Kingston, Ontario.
The Program & Volunteer director is a role who, alongside the Finance & Development director and Board of Directors, will direct and coordinate the day-to-day operations and development of the organization. For the summer months, there will be help and oversight from other staff and our board to transition into the role. The Trips By Transit Program & Volunteer director will support the volunteers, trip leaders, and social media outreach with Trips By Transit. This position will work with the board to support ongoing initiatives and community collaboration.
Coordinate public and private adventure programming (every 1-2 weeks)
Work with volunteers and trip leaders - communicating, checking-in, and facilitating planning parties and get togethers
Help plan and carry-out partnerships and collaborations
Alongside Finance & Development director, brainstorm and implement programs and manage social media (facebook, Instagram, etc.)
Work alongside the board of directors to insure programming is meeting the organizations mission and mandate
Attend and contribute to board meetings and sub-committee meetings every 2-4 weeks
Alongside Finance & Development director, obtain and facilitate collaborative trips and local sponsorships
The applicant must have been a student (post-secondary or other) in the past year and be planning or considering returning to school in the following year
The applicant must be interested in continuing in the position beyond August 2018 (with potentially reduced hours dependent on the applicants availability as well as increased wage)
The applicant must be passionate about the environment, building community connection, and adventure
Relevant Skills & Experience:
Preferred experience working in a non-profit
Working with/managing volunteers
Experience with time-management/working in informal work environments
Applicants who do not have experience in all of these skills will not be disqualified. We are primarily concerned with work ethic and passion and are open to teaching some of these skills in the position.
Trips By Transit recognizes that individuals experience and job qualifications may be impacted by the structural injustices present in our society. Employment Equity is a necessary practice to challenge these injustices and acts as a measure to support people of historically disadvantaged groups. If you would like to be considered under the Employment Equity Policy, please clearly say so in your cover letter. These groups include but are not limited to First Nations people, people of colour, Black Nova Scotians, queer and intersex people, people with disabilities, working class people, and women.
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