compensation: $13.00/hr at 40 hrs/week for 12 weeks employment type: full-time non-profit organization
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The BC Epilepsy Society is a provincially incorporated non-profit, and federally registered charitable organization dedicated to serving British Columbians living with epilepsy, and their families. Our Mission is to empower, educate and support British Columbians living with epilepsy and their families, and support research to make their lives easier. We are looking for a summer university student to join in the position of Provincial Epilepsy Education and Support Group Facilitator for Seniors and LGBTQ2 populations. The Provincial Epilepsy Education and Support Group Facilitator works in a supportive capacity with other members of the BC Epilepsy team.
• Assist with development of educational materials
• Provide support with new and ongoing projects and events
• Collaborate with other staff to obtain organizational objectives and serve BCES constituents
• Expand epilepsy awareness using branding and various media, including through print and video
• Lead and participate in community building and outreach opportunities
• Participate in staff meetings and planning committee meetings as required
• Adhere to all privacy policies and procedures
• Basic computer skills
• Courteous phone manner
• Friendly and people-oriented
• Ability to work in a busy, fast-paced team environment
• Related experience an asset, as well as experience working with vulnerable populations
• Must be able to commit to the full 12 weeks of the position
Compensation: $13.00/hr at 40 hrs/week
Reports to: Executive Director and senior staff
Anticipated Start Date: June 1st, 2018
Please respond by email with your cover letter and resume, outlining your interest by Monday, May 21st. Thank you for all those interested, but only those who are shortlisted will be contacted.
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