Jobs " Conflict Resolution Program Coordinator (Contract) "
- Job Title:
- Conflict Resolution Program Coordinator (Contract)
- Diefenbunker, Canada's Cold War Museum
- Job Type:
- Temporary Job (Summer, Student, Seasonal, etc...)
- Language Required:
- National Capital Region - Other locations, Ottawa Region / Outaouais, Ontario
- Other Location:
- Carp, ON
- Application Deadline:
- Job Start Date:
- Date Posted:
- Contact Information:
- (613) 839-0007 x274
- Job Description:
- The Conflict Resolution Program Coordinator will work with the Diefenbunker’s award-winning conflict resolution workshops. Under the supervision of the Community Education Officer, the Conflict Resolution Program Coordinator will complete training in conflict resolution, museum history, and program evaluation. The Coordinator will deliver training workshops, organize bookings, complete set up, and help facilitate program evaluation. Workshops will take place at schools throughout the Ottawa area and at the Diefenbunker in Carp, ON.
• Educational program delivery, development, and evaluation.
• Coordinate program bookings and facilitate the application process for schools.
• Deliver conflict resolution workshops and training for youth.
• Create a safe, respectful, and positive environment for youth.
• Ensure that all supplies and preparations are made for workshop delivery.
• Assist in outreach and promotional activities for the program.
• Fully functional in both official languages.
• Class G license and reliable access to a vehicle.
• Strong interpersonal and group facilitation skills.
• Experience working with youth grades 7 to 10.
• Excellent communications skills, both oral and written.
• Good organizational and time management skills.
• 1-3 years’ experience in a field related to youth programming, conflict resolution, or museum education.
• Flexibility and adaptability is essential to this position.
• Ability to manage partnerships and relationships with teachers, program partners,school administration, and volunteers.
• Ability to work independently and in a team.
• Familiarity with computers and Microsoft programs such as Outlook, Excel, Word and Powerpoint.
• Knowledge of conflict resolution theory, group management, or mediation.
• Studies in history, especially military and/or Cold War history.
• Experience working in a museum environment.
• Experience in completing large projects.
• Experience in presenting to groups in conferences and meetings.
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