real careers. real life.

Job Order Detail

Home | Search Jobs | Job Order Detail

Local Immigration Partnerships Coordinator

Job Search Safety tips

Job Order #: 5843845

Employer Name:
East Central Newcomer Welcome Centre Inc.
Wage/Salary Info:
$3295/month + benefits
Posted Date:
# of Positions:
Employment Terms:
Part Time
Length of Employment:
University Bachelor's Degree
1-2 Years
Apply By:
How to Apply?:
This job is no longer taking applications

Application Information

This job is no longer taking applications and is displayed only for reference.

To view current postings please conduct a new search.

Thank you.

Employer Name:
East Central Newcomer Welcome Centre Inc.

Contact Email:

Employer Website:


Will be working with the LIP Advisory Council members to create and implement a settlement strategy and action plan for integrating newcomers/immigrant needs, building welcoming communities, immigrant recruitment and retention, and active inclusion;
Research best practices, gathering community trends and statistical data around immigration, engaging stakeholders, building support and understanding of LIPs in the community, and evaluating the programs impact;
Design evaluation tools utilizing the measures outlined in the LIP proposal;
Facilitate scheduled meetings of partners and stakeholders to stimulate development of innovative and collaborative action among stakeholders;
Participate in bi-monthly teleconference meeting with other LIPs from the Prairies and Northern Territories region;
Complete quarterly and yearly report for IRCC;
Presentations to stakeholders such as the Municipal Government and community stakeholders;
The successful candidate must be willing and able to work a flexible schedule that includes occasional evenings to accommodate program needs.
Degree in community development or nonprofit management is desired
University degree Social Work, Human Resources, Psychology, Sociology, Education, or a related field will be considered
At least 2 years experience in related field
Excellent organizational and project management skills
Excellent public speaking and presentation skills
Proven skills in developing and implementing media materials on sensitive public issues
Keen understanding of diversity issues and experience of working in multicultural settings
Proven track record of working with multiple stakeholders to catalyze collaboration
Valid Saskatchewan Drivers license and must have a reliable vehicle as this position requires to travel in the region
Proficient computer skills
This is a 0.85 permanent position or 32 hours per week.


email.gif Email a Friend     print.gif Print This Job    
red_x.gif Flag as inappropriate

Conseil Économique et Coopératif de la Saskatchewan
Vous désirez plus d'information
en français sur ce poste?


Home | Search Jobs | Job Order Detail