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Digital Mapping Coordinator
Food For All NB | Aliments pour tous NB
Food For All NB is currently seeking a Digital Mapping Coordinator to re-develop its NB Food Programs Map. Are you a digital tool mastermind with project management experience, and want to use your skills to help connect New Brunswickers through food?

This position is made possible with funding that requires the successful candidate to be: 30 years of age or younger; unemployed, underemployed, or a student/recent graduate; and a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or have refugee status.

Applications due Thursday, November 12th, 2020.
Link: https://foodforallnb.ca/media/docs/Digital_Mapping_Coordinator_-_Job_Description.pdf
Digital Content and Narratives Lead
ETC Group
ETC Group is inviting proposals from individuals interested in a freelance contract position. We are seeking a Temporary "Digital Content and Narratives Lead" to join our small team of activist researchers, advocates and communicators for an initial six months period. This position of Temporary Digital Content and Narratives Lead would start immediately and can be based in any location with good internet connection. ETC has existing staff in Philippines (Mindanao), Canada (Quebec and British Columbia), Mexico (Mexico City), UK (London and Sussex) and USA (California Bay Area).

This 6-month contract will focus on supporting narrative strategy activities and generating digital content (particularly on biotechnology and geoengineering topics) as well as maintaining ETC Group's ongoing digital presence, social media and websites. The position may become established as a longer-term position in the future dependent upon funding and resources available but that would involve a further open hire process. The post is located in ETC Group's Communications Team and will be managed by the Communications Coordinator. The contractor will also be expected to liaise with allies in specific other organizations that collaborate with ETC Group.

Anyone interested in applying for this contract position should send an expression of interest in English to jobs@etcgroup.org by close of day November 6th 2020, enclosing a cover letter, full CV and examples or links to previous relevant digital content work.
Link: https://www.etcgroup.org/sites/www.etcgroup.org/files/files/etc_temporary_digital_narrative_contract_description.pdf
Fundraising Program Manager
Inter Pares
Application deadline: Tuesday, November 17 at 11:59 PM EST

As part of our institutional co-management team, the successful candidate will be expected to share responsibility for Inter Pares’ financial, administrative, and political well-being and direction.

The Fundraising Program Manager position
As a member of Inter Pares communications and fundraising team, the fundraising program manager will be responsible for relationship building with existing Inter Pares donors, as well as reaching new supporters. They will engage program managers and the board of directors to support fundraising efforts. While watching trends in the charitable sector, they will adapt our programs to these changes. This position is a full-time one, based in Ottawa.

Salary and benefits
This job is eligible for a salary ranging from $67,484 to $82,547. It also comes with a generous benefits package that includes extended health coverage and retirement planning benefits. All new staff begin with four weeks of vacation, which increases with seniority.

Start date: January 11, 2021 (flexible)
Link: https://interpares.ca/news/employment-opportunity-fundraising-program-manager
Communications Manager
Régénération Canada
The Communications and social media coordinator will be responsible for developing, implementing and coordinating the communications and social media strategy, in order to increase the reach of the organization to various targeted stakeholders, including farmers, citizens, agronomists, consultants, entrepreneurs, and others.
Link: https://regenerationcanada.org/en/communications-manager/
Executive Director
Qajuqturvik Community Food Centre
The ED is the principal administrator of QCFC, ensuring its daily activities run smoothly. As such, with the support of the Board and other staff, the ED is responsible for:
- organizational finances, including bookkeeping, invoicing, fundraising and reporting;
- recruitment, orientation and leadership of employees and volunteers;
- organization and implementation of QFC programming;
- program evaluation, annual reports, and statistics collection;
- public relations, including media, organizational publications, website and social media;
- policy and guideline development;
- overseeing general maintenance of the facility;
- maintaining existing partnerships and building others; and
- building a positive environment for staff, volunteers and program users.

Other duties may be assigned by the Board of Directors as the mission and scope of the QFC continues to evolve.

The ideal candidate will have a combination of the following:
- experience in a leadership or management role in a similar non-profit organization;
- an understanding of financial management and experience applying for, implementing and reporting on contribution agreements;
- good communication skills, both written and verbal;
- the ability to demonstrate compassion, openness, flexibility and creativity when working with the general public and within an organization; and
- experience and/or education in the community development or social service sector.

A criminal record check and positive references may be requested. Fluency in Inuktut is an asset. In conformance with Article 23 of the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement, preference will be given to Inuit applicants. The salary is $105,000 per annum. Staff housing is an option.

To apply, submit a letter and resume to president@qajuqturvik.ca, or apply in-person at 655 Mattaaq Crescent, Iqaluit. Please do not hesitate to inquire in advance if you have any questions or concerns about the position. Only those candidates being considered will be contacted.
Link: http://qajuqturvik.ca/executive-director
Campaigner
Community Food Centres Canada (CFCC)
CFCC is seeking a passionate and experienced person who is fired up by inequality and driven to work for progressive change to the systems that lead a significant number of Canadians who suffer from poverty and food insecurity, as well as the social isolation and poor physical health that are experienced in far greater degree by people living on low incomes.

This position will play a key role in strategizing around and advancing action in issue areas related to addressing poverty and promoting better physical and mental health for low-income communities.

Apply by Dec. 10, 2020
Link: https://cfccanada.humi.ca/job-board/policy/3012
Communications and Events Coordinator
Ottawa Markets
The Communications and Events Coordinator is responsible for supporting the marketing, advertising, and events in the ByWard and Parkdale public markets. The Communications and Events Coordinator prepares internal and external communication materials, ensuring consistency in messaging and tone throughout OMC websites, publications and communications. This position is responsible for the overall delivery of the Ottawa Markets communications activities by providing clear, professional, and creative communications.



The Coordinator also supports the collection of metrics across communication platforms and makes suggestions to encourage followers and engagement.
Link: https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/view/2297869355/?refId=tH5XrveWSKukjCcQmX01fw%3D%3D
2-year Post-Doc Fellowship focused on Community-level Food Solutions
Food Communities Network
– Share knowledge from and support capacity of 650+ members working at the community-wide level on both existing and innovative food solutions to the broad issues underlying food insecurity.
– Support groups and individuals working on food policy and food systems at local levels to scale up, scale out and deepen their impact for greater food security, not only affecting work at the local/community/municipal level, but additionally build capacity to bring leading community expertise to provincial and federal tables.
Link: http://innovationsocialeusp.ca/en/postdoc-municipal-food-governance-and-food-security?
Development and Donor Relations Cooridnator
The Depot Community Food Centre
We are currently looking to hire a passionate and qualified person to fill the position of
Development and Donor Relations Coordinator. The Coordinator is responsible for the
effectiveness of all fundraising activities at the Depot. They work closely with the Depot’s
directors to develop collaborative, rewarding and long-term relationships with donors, partners
and funders through community development and public education. The Development and
Donor Relations Coordinator collaborates in seeking strategic partnerships, increasing the
Centre's visibility in the community and outside the community, as well as helping to maintain
and bolster a positive reputation. The chosen candidate must be committed, dynamic and
possess excellent writing skills and fundraising experience.
Link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Vnlv647Fhqc07FpSk027-5v0x9VqGbeS/view
Community Worker
The Depot Community Food Centre
The Community Worker position supports the resource team in its efforts to provide safe and inclusive
spaces where community members access services, socialize and build networks, and collectively share
and practice new skills.
The Community Worker will work with participants across all of our programs to ensure that they are
supported beyond food relief and linked with Depot and community resources. They will be available to
participants via program visits, one-on-one appointments, and on the phone, and will work with
participants to advocate for themselves and for their communities.
The Community Worker will work with the Depot community to increase awareness of poverty and
marginalization, inequality and food systems issues and create opportunities for community members to
lead in a push for social change.
Finally, the Community Worker will work to strengthen and deepen relationships with existing and new
community partners to promote and coordinate resource sharing and to strengthen advocacy work
across our territory.
Link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1lcc1LQImXY145OGMrZRoyRcPDQvRfVuo/view
Seeking Mentorship On A Farm in the GTA
Durham College Student
Hi my name is Tanya Jeremiah and I am Seeking a mentor who currently owns or is starting an urban or community farming
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