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Job: PASAN Art to Power Project Coordinator

Pasan LogoPASAN Art to Power Project Coordinator

Project Date:​ January 7,2019 – October 31st, 2019 Hours of Work: 14hrs Rate of Pay: 25$ per hour //www.pasan.org/employment-opportunities.html

 

Job classification: Part time Contract, CUPE Local 7797

PASAN is working with Red Dress Productions to offer a community engaged art project for people who have experienced incarceration. The Art to Power Resiliency Initiative will enable ex-prisoners to forge pathways to explore their experiences, challenges, and resilience through collaborative creative engagement in a judgement-free community setting, which we believe will support reintegration into community life.

Duties
* Coordinate all aspects of program delivery including participant recruitment … [more on website] Qualifications:
* Experience in a community setting working with homeless and marginalized populations including ex-prisoners, people with mental health issues and people who use drugs… [more on website]

Indigenous People, People from African/Caribbean/Black communities, Racialized People, Ex-prisoners, People living with HIV/HCV, People with disabilities, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transsexual, Transgender, Queer People and people from historically under-represented equity seeking groups are strongly encouraged to apply.

To apply send an email to janet@pasan.org with the following:
1) Letter of interest telling us why you’d like to work on this project, and any relevant skills or experiences
2) Your resume and two employment references
The subject line in your email should be titled “ Hiring-Art to Power Project Coordinator”.

 

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