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Community Literacy Advancement

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Job Order #: 5631618

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30 hours per week
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Submit your cover letter, resume, and three references to Individuals with Indigenous ancestry are invited to self-identify in their cover letter or resume. For a full job description see our website at

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#11-2155 AIRPORT DR

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Shirley Larson

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Position Summary
The position of Community Literacy Advancement focuses on culturally responsive resource development for families and for adult learners, the promotion and implementation of Saskatchewan Adult Literacy Benchmarks Levels 1 & 2, and capacity building for practitioners and communities who work with families and with adult learners. This role will maintain a strong focus on working with Indigenous communities and enhancing Indigenous content in literacy programming and resources.

The success of this position relies on an individual's ability to work with community; develop partnerships; and to plan, coordinate, and facilitate professional development opportunities.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required

1.    Post-secondary education specializing in family literacy, adult literacy, and/or community literacy; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
2.    Experience in Indigenous engagement and education.
3.    Knowledge of and the ability to apply adult learning principles.
4.    Familiarity with literacy and essential skills issues, and of the complexities of the literacy field in Saskatchewan and Canada.
5.    Project management experience with demonstrated success in meeting project goals.
6.    Experience with group facilitation and the delivery of workshops and training.
7.    Ability to develop and maintain respectful relationships in community.
8.    Exceptional resource development skills.
9.    Strong written and oral communications skills, particularly in the area of public speaking.
10.    Demonstrated cultural sensitivity and knowledge in working with different literacy streams (for example: working with newcomers, learners of English as an Additional Language, people with disabilities).
11.    Ability to work well independently and as part of a team.

For more information call us at 1-888-511-2111 or 306-651-7288 in Saskatoon or email


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