VFWC is seeking a program coordinator to design, launch, operate and evaluate a pilot project to engage young men and boys in addressing sexualized assault and intimate partner violence. This project includes three core deliverables:
The successful candidate will work in partnership with a male contractor to support the Next Gen Men Launch, the VFWC Communications Coordinator to support marketing and partnerships, and other VFWC staff to support operations of the Young Feminists Club. This program is funded through Promising practices funding from the Government of Canada and has a heavy evaluation component to establish how this best practice will work with the North.
Please send your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Submissions without a cover letter will not be considered. Candidates should:
This position is open to folks who identify as a woman or outside the gender binary.
At the Victoria Faulkner Women’s Centre our decisions, actions and relations are guided by the following core values: feminism, inclusivity, anti-oppression, respect and equality.
-https://vfwomenscentre.com/ (our website for day to day programming and services) -http://endviolenceyukon.com/ (our campaign website for 16 Days to End Gender-Based Violence and Sexual Assault Prevention Month)
QUESTIONS? Contact Steph (she/elle), our Programs Coordinator, at (867) 667-2693, x108 or at email@example.com.
A free training opportunity is coming up for male-identifying, or non-binary, adults who live in the Yukon. The training is provided by Next Gen Men, in partnership with the Women’s Centre and Les EssentiElles. Through NGM unique program, mentors will increase their skills for facilitating supportive conversations around masculinity and self-identiry.
In addition, there is the opportunity to help lead a Boys Group in your community post-training.
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The Victoria Faulkner Women’s CenExecutive Director JD 2023 tre has operated a drop in space for women identifying folks in Whitehorse, Yukon for nearly 50 years. The Board of Directors will begin strategic planning in the new year and set a strong direction for our work over the next 3-5 years. The incoming Executive Director will be a part of this process and step into a fresh mandate to deliver. Over the last three years we have focused our efforts on strengthening internal systems, such as finance and onboarding, and rebuilding our partnerships and community relationships since the pandemic closed our doors and pivoted our programming.
We are seeking a dynamic Executive Director who is committed to supporting the team to bring our vision to life and continuing to explore and lead decolonization efforts in our community with the Board. We offer a flexible employment space that is committed to feminism and anti oppression and making the values live through not only the programs we run but the workplace we operate.
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