We are Hiring! 

Community Liaison Worker

Job Posting: 

St. Paul’s is hiring two (2) community liaison workers to engage the local community in outreach projects designed to address community needs, such as food security, gender justice, social isolation, community resilience, intercultural relationship-building, reconciliation, or climate justice.

These positions are supported by the Canada Summer Jobs program and are subject to the conditions of that program which extends from July 3-August 25.

The ideal candidates will:

• While the position is open to people of any faith background, the ideal candidate will be able to work productively and respectfully in a community of faith context

• Be innovative, risk-taking, bold, and entrepreneurial

• Demonstrate a commitment to learning, self-development, and personal growth

• Demonstrate a passion for social justice and community outreach

• Ability to work in a team

As per the terms of the Canada Summer Jobs program, candidates must be between the ages of 15-30 and otherwise be eligible for the program.

The main duties of our community liaison workers include:

• Researching and identifying key community needs

• Designing and implementing outreach events, initiatives, or programs designed to meet the needs of the community

• Recruiting and supporting volunteers

• Writing and presenting report on successes and learnings

The community liaison workers report to the lead minister and work alongside other staff and volunteer leaders, in particular the office administrator. They will need to have police and vulnerable sector checks upon hiring in accordance with the Staff and Volunteer Screening Guideline.

This position are for 35 hours per week. Community liaison workers will ordinarily be present at the office during regular office hours of 9am-3:30pm Monday-Thursday, and may work evenings and weekends for outreach events, initiatives, or programs. Candidates will also receive regular supervision and mentorship, and meet with an advisory panel to discuss progress and learning as part of their working hours. Compensation will be $17.50/hour.

Please submit a resume and cover letter, or a request for more information to our lead minister the Rev. Mitchell Anderson at leadminister@stpaulsunitedsaskatoon.ca. Please apply by May 12. As a commitment to equity and seeking justice, all candidates selected for interview will be compensated the equivalent of 2 hours ($35) in recognition of time and costs to participate in the interview, and where a candidate requests feedback on their application we will make all reasonable efforts to provide feedback to support career development and growth.