Sr. Partnership Coordinator, NRP

Save the Children Canada is hiring a Sr. Partnership Coordinator, NRP! For more information about this LEAP job posting, check out the details below!

Employer Name: Save the Children Canada
City: Northwestern Ontario
Province: ON
Postal Code: M2P 2A8
Application Deadline: May 30th, 2022
Phone: 4162215501
Hours of Work: Full Time - Unionized - Remote work
Job Type: Full-Time
Wages: $52,972 - $58,601

Duties of this LEAP Job Posting:

Reporting to the Senior Manager, National Reconciliation Program, as Senior Partnership Coordinator, you will be an integral part of projects that contribute to supporting our mission of contributing to a reconciled Canada. In this role, you will work closely with Indigenous organization through various methods of collaboration, differing per each community and organization’s unique mission and mandate, to support a diverse range of projects designed to uphold and protect Indigenous & Child rights. The position will also provide expertise within SCC, helping to reshape and shift the organization towards one that prioritizes localization and decolonization in all aspects of programming.

Responsibilities include (but are not limited to):

Relationship Management

  • Maintain relationships with existing NRP partners, contribute toe stablishing new relationships where required.
  • Support partners in the deliver of programs, ensuring alignment with NRP proposals, values and community priorities.
  • Work with partners to collect data and narratives to support the production of high quality updates to stakeholders.
  • Contribute to capacity-bridging through mutual learning, training, mentorship material resourcing.
  • Uphold and integrate the principles of the Indigenous Programs Relationship Framework with all stakeholders both internally and externally.

Program Implementation Support

  • Alongside the NRP Director, Senior Manager and partners, administer day-to-day program administration activities of programs including: monitoring progress of results against project plan, escalating risks and challenges.
  • Support the development of project documentation including contracts and agreements.
  • Support delivery of quality programs through the development of project tools such as work plans, reporting templates, project charters etc.
  • Support partners in the development of tools and collection of project data to ensure project impact can be measured in line with both donor requirements and community priorities.
  • Work with SCC teams and partners to secure content for communications and advocacy purposes.
  • Uphold and integrate the principles, values and actions of the Relationship Framework, UNDRIP and TRC with all stakeholders both internally and externally.

Capacity Building: Reconciliation & Decolonizing Development

  • Contribute to SCC initiatives on localization, anti-racism and Indigenous rights.
  • Support the development and refinement of processes and systems that support a systems and culture shift in SCC towards reconciliation and localization.
Qualifications for this LEAP Job Posting:
  • Bachelor degree in Social Sciences or related field; strong preference for education relating to Indigenous issues
  • Minimum 3-5 year progressive work experience in NGO sector in Canada with a focus on Indigenous children and families.
  • Direct field experience in Northwestern Ontario considered an asset
  • Knowledge of child rights programming in areas of Health, Education, child protection, and Livelihoods and the social determinants of health for Indigenous children and their families.
  • Knowledge of the current political, socio-economic and historical contest of Indigenous Peoples in Canada
  • Certificate in Project Management or project management experience and knowledge of Results-Based Management (RBM) approach
  • Demonstrated project financial management experience
  • Knowledge of gender equality principles and practices
  • Critical thinking and analysis skills to solve problems
  • Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills to develop strong working relationships across cultural and organizational boundaries with internal and external stakeholders, and managing through influence
  • Strong English writing skills; proficiency in an Indigenous language considered an asset
  • Ability to work within tight deadlines and time pressures
  • Detail-oriented to maintain accurate records and financial information with systems
  • Ability to travel to remote locations on an occasional basis
  • Strong project management skills to monitor project quality, cost and time; issues/risks.
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