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Job – The Stop Community Advocacy Team Lead

Job Posting: Community Advocacy Team Lead

Apply here: //bit.ly/2LTCaTx

The Community Advocacy Team Lead will have the opportunity to build on a foundation of past successes, strengthen existing programs, and forge new pathways for community-based advocacy. Reporting to the Community Programs Manager, the successful candidate will be responsible for supporting a dynamic team of peer Advocates to run an information and referral office across two sites, facilitating leadership training, and support the emergence of peer leadership and community-led advocacy projects. The successful candidate will also represent The Stop in the development of local campaigns and community development activities, staying abreast of emerging policies and issues, locally and beyond, related to poverty and food security.
The ideal candidate has a unique mixture of social work and strong community organizing experience, as well as an in-depth knowledge of social services, community programs and neighbourhood resources. Their practice will be grounded in principles of anti-racism/antioppression and will be committed to equity and social justice as it relates to food security, poverty and other forms of oppression.

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Salary range: $50,000 – $57,000 + benefits package Hours: 37.5 hours per week Qualified candidates are invited to submit a cover letter and resume through the Charity Village posting by August 9th at 5:00pm. No faxes, emails or phone calls please. Interviews will take place August 13 and 14. The Stop Community Food Centre is committed to employment equity and encourages applicants from equity seeking groups. We regret that only those applicants being considered will be contacted. Thank you for your interest in The Stop. Visit: //bit.ly/2LTCaTx

 

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