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Community Development Coordinator (CDC)

Aboriginal Sports Circle NWT
Published
June 6, 2022
Location
Yellowknife, NT
Category
Job Type
Base Salary
$70,000-$80,000

Description

The CDC is a support staff position. The CDC will work alongside the Community Development Manager and will be responsible for assisting with delivery of ASCNWT community programs, Archery NT, Northern Games NT, Dene Games NT, and Jumpstart. The position will require a self-starter who can grow with the organization and take on additional responsibilities.

Preference will be given to Indigenous applicants that meet the criteria outlined in the job description.

Cover letters and resumes can be submitted to aaron@ascnwt.ca. Deadline to apply is June 24, 2022

Duties

A. Community Development

  • The CDC will work alongside the Community Development Manager and strive to create strong partnerships with community sport and recreation advocates, Territorial Sports Organizations (TSO’s) and other partners.
  • Through these partnerships the CDC will help the Community Development Manager build responsive programming and capacity in all communities. This includes:
    • Identify specific community sport/recreation interests
    • Identify community strengths and weaknesses and develop plan to build capacity in each community
    • Develop all levels of sport/recreation in communities, athletes, coaches and volunteers
    • Work with TSO’s and other NGOs to deliver athlete development camps, coach certification and volunteer development directly in communities
    • Work closely with ASCNWT Leadership Development Coordinator to help provide leadership opportunities in communities

B. Archery NT (ANT)

  • The CDC will be responsible for working alongside the Community Development Manager for the coordination and delivery of ANT and it’s working group.
    • Coordinate regular meetings with ANT’s working group
    • Provide coach development opportunities for archery coaches
    • Provide athlete development opportunities for archery athletes
    • Represent the ANT during Archery Canada Meetings
    • Coordinate the selection and participation of ANT at the North American Indigenous Games, Canada Winter Games and Arctic Winter Games
    • Coordinate Archery programming at Multisport Training Facility

C. Northern Games NT (NGNT)

  • The CDC will be responsible for working alongside the Community Development Manager for the coordination and delivery of NG NT and it’s working groups
    • Coordinate regular meetings with NG NT’s working groups
    • Provide Coach development opportunities for Northern Games coaches
    • Provide Athlete development opportunities for Northern Games athletes
    • Coordinate the selection and participation of Northern Games at the Arctic Winter Games
    • Be an advocate for all things Northern Games related in the NT
    • Coordinate Archery programming at Multisport Training Facility

D. Dene Games NT (DG NT)

  • The CDC will be responsible for working alongside the Community Development Manager for the coordination and delivery of DG NT and it’s working groups
    • Coordinate regular meetings with DG NT’s working groups
    • Provide Coach development opportunities for Dene Games coaches
    • Provide Athlete development opportunities for Dene Games athletes
    • Coordinate the selection and participation of Dene Games at the Arctic Winter Games
    • Be an advocate for all things Dene Games related in the NT

E. Jumpstart

  • Be the Jumpstart ambassador for ASCNWT and work alongside the Community Development Manager to meet with national organizations and move Jumpstart programming forward inthe NT.
    • Manage all Jumpstart applications from the NT
    • Help community members with their Jumpstart applications
    • Advertise and promote jumpstart funding opportunities

Qualifications

A. Education

  • Preference given to candidates with post-secondary degree in sport and recreation, business, event management, Indigenous studies, communications, or a related field.

B. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

  • Knowledge of community cultures, traditions, and history.
  • Knowledge of the political landscape of the communities in the NWT.
  • Knowledge/Experience of event planning.
  • Knowledge/experience working in or with remote communities.
  • Ability to strategically plan for future growth.
  • Ability and experience speaking to and facilitating large groups.

C. Knowledge/Experience of social media, website management and creating electronic publications. Proficiency and use of computers for:

  • Microsoft Office (Excel, Power Point, Word)
  • Email
  • Internet
  • Social Media (i.e., Facebook, Instagram, Twitter)
  • Experience with Illustration programs are considered an asset

D. Additional Requirements

  • Satisfactory criminal records check, and vulnerable sector check required.
  • Extensive travel may be required to deliver certain ASCNWT programs.

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