Position Vacancy: O’Gara CFW Research and Program Assistant

 — Dec. 7, 20227 déc. 2022

The Canadian Council of Churches (CCC) is pleased to announce that the Commission on Faith and Witness (CFW) of the CCC has an opening for a Research and Program Assistant. The position provides research and program support to the CFW Associate Secretary and Program Coordinator.

>>See official position description here

Background in theological or pastoral studies from a post-secondary educational institution; comfort with or capacity to learn video conference, WordPress, Drupal, and Mailchimp platforms; good communication and writing skills; good computer skills, including proficiency in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and related components of Microsoft Office Suite; passion for the priorities of the Commission on Faith and Witness; experience and/or interest in pastoral, denominational, worship or related fields, and in the ecumenical movement.

This position will be adapted to the competencies and learning goals of the successful candidate, and in part is designed to provide skills development and mentorship opportunities. Fluency in English is required and in French or other languages is an asset. See the Position Description for details.

The position will be 7 hours per week at an annualized pay rate of $10,167 (20% of an annual full-time equivalent amount of $50,836). The preferred start date is January 16, 2023 (negotiable). Applications will be accepted through January 6, 2023. To be considered, please send in your letter of application and curriculum vitae to admin [at] councilofchurches [dot] ca. In your cover letter, please provide a brief explanation of your interest in theological ecumenical ministry, and the competencies you bring related to the position. We regret that only successful interview candidates will receive a response.

This position works from a home office (virtually; ideally in Edmonton, AB or in the Prairies) or occasionally from the Canadian Council of Churches office located at 47 Queen’s Park Crescent East, Toronto. Attendance at occasional weekday, evening, and weekend meetings may be required. Some travel within Canada may be required.

Posted: Dec. 7, 2022 • Permanent link: ecumenism.net/?p=12909
Categories: NewsIn this article: Canadian Council of Churches, Faith & Witness
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