The Manitoba League of Persons with Disabilities is recruiting for a Project Coordinator. We have expanded our search in the hopes of finding a skilled candidate with disability experience to join our team.
Please submit your resume and cover letter. This posting will remain open until the position is filled.
Please see the post below for more information or click here to download.
|Reports to||Project Manager|
|Status||One-year term. Possibility of renewal dependent on funding.|
|Hours||15 – 20 hours per week|
The Project Coordinator will, lead, facilitate, coordinate, and provide direction, monitoring and oversight activity for the projects assigned and ensure that the projects meet their objectives and that the activities are planned, documented, and coordinated throughout. This position is expected to develop and maintain strong relationships with project stakeholders throughout the project lifecycle.
Duties and responsibilities
Specifically, the Project Coordinator will assist in the implementation and coordination of the following projects:
- A one-year project around delivering accessible employment information and resources to human resource professionals in Manitoba.
- A two-year project to coordinate, develop and deliver webinars during the National AccessAbility Week in 2023 and 2024.
- Various accessibility consulting projects.
- Assist in formalizing the MLPD’s fee-based Accessibility Review Program.
The requirements of the position include knowledge and understanding of the disability community, social media skills, the completion of a post-secondary program, accompanied by 2 to 3 years’ experience in the not-for-profit sector, or a combination of education and experience. Lived experience of disability and disability advocacy may be considered as part of professional experience.
Accessibility accommodations will be provided as appropriate.
Please send resume and cover letter to email@example.com
Application deadline: open until filled
People with disabilities, particularly those with multiple identities, are encouraged but not required to identify in their application.