Employment Opportunity – Abuse Prevention Coordinator

The coordinator will work under the supervision of the Manager of Abuse Prevention. Fluency in oral and written Inuktitut is desirable.

  • Term position until March 31, 2018
  • Salary: $40,000 – $50,000 (based on combination of education and experience) 

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

  • Assist with the coordination and implementation of project activities including, contracts, document translation, resource material production and receipt of project deliverables;
  • Develop and maintain advisory committees, including planning and coordinating teleconferences and meetings;
  • Plan and/or facilitate workshops or meetings;
  • Work collaboratively with other staff as required;
  • Implementation of abuse prevention projects in accordance with community and funding conditions in contribution agreements with funders;
  • Maintain an overview of community-based, regional and national development in abuse prevention issues for Inuit; and,
  • Act as a community development advisor in relation to abuse initiatives.


  • Provide regular project updates and briefings to the Manager;
  • Liaise with Finance Director;
  • Report to staff meetings; and,
  • Develop and distribute information to contacts.

Other Duties

  • Occasional editing/proofreading/reviewing of material for other staff and related projects;
  • Assist Manager and Executive Director in liaising with national, regional Inuit organizations and other agencies for the continued operation of the program;
  • Provide internal and external consultation with Inuit organization as required;
  • Represent Pauktuutit in local/regional/national planning initiatives that are related to abuse issues;
  • Build and sustain partnerships and relationships with other Inuit organizations, communities and services; and,
  • Other occasional duties as directed by the Manager or Executive Director.

Position Requirements:

  • Excellent skills in writing and communications, project and budget development and project co-ordination, implementation and reporting;
  • Knowledge and experience working with Inuit;
  • Knowledge of current political and social conditions of Inuit;
  • Demonstrated experience in the abuse field;
  • Experience working with advisory committees and government officials;
  • Be willing to travel;
  • Posses good computer skills; and,
  • Be self-motivated and able to work with minimal supervision in a dynamic team environment.

Submission deadline is November 21, 2017 by 4:30pm


Please submit a cover letter and résumé

Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.