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Part-Time Position

Communications & Events

Do you consider yourself to be a collaborative team player?  Someone who enjoys relationship building, innovation, learning and supporting others to work towards positive change?

STOPS to Violence is a growing province wide, cross sectoral network that focusses on supporting partnerships and building capacity to promote healthy relationships and strong, safe, violence free communities.  We are looking for a dynamic, relationship focussed person to join us in the role of Network Convener-Communications & Events. In this role, you will manage our social media and email communications, facilitate and moderate our virtual community and support outreach, marketing, planning and logistics for virtual and in person events, meetings and training.

STOPS to Violence is a virtual office. Your role will focus on communications, outreach and event management. As a candidate for this position, you are:

  • a great communicator and are comfortable with a variety of communication methods including telephone, email and virtual platforms.
  • a wiz with technology including social media, contact management systems and virtual community spaces.
  • skillful with content creation and design.
  • detail and people oriented with experience organizing meetings, events, training and other gatherings that bring people together to learn, build relationship and work together.
  • confident, outgoing and comfortable reaching out to people to start conversations.
  • highly organized, able to manage multiple tasks with attention to detail.

·       able to effectively self manage time, workload and working at a distance.

This position is part time, 20 hours per week. Candidates can be located anywhere in Saskatchewan.  You must have access to your own workspace and reliable internet. 

To apply, submit your resume and cover letter to Nofa at with the subject line of ‘Network Convener’. We are committed to workplace diversity.  Applications will be accepted until Thursday May 23, 2024.  Please note that only those applicants selected for interviews will be contacted.

 We are on treaty territories, the traditional lands of First Nations people and homeland to the Métis.  We are committed to moving forward in a respectful way in the spirit of reconciliation.

Phone: 306-565-3199

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