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Fusion Jeunesse est né d’une idée innovante jamais encore testée au Québec et au Canada: embaucher des étudiants universitaires, à titre de Coordonnateurs de projet, dans des écoles primaires et secondaires pour implanter et soutenir des projets créatifs, motivants et suscitant l’implication active des jeunes dans leur réussite scolaire.
Que chaque jeune concrétise sa réussite éducative en découvrant, cultivant et valorisant ses capacités, avec le soutien de l’écosystème scolaire et de la communauté.
Contribuer à la persévérance scolaire, à l’employabilité et à l’engagement civique des jeunes en implantant des projets d’apprentissage expérientiel innovants qui créent des liens continus entre les milieux scolaires et la communauté.
Youth Fusion is based on an innovative idea that was never tested before in Quebec and Canada: hiring university students as Project Coordinators in elementary and high schools to implement and support creative and inspiring projects that actively engage youth in their academic success.
That each youth achieves educational success by discovering, cultivating, and valuing his abilities with the support of the school ecosystem and the community.
Contributing to school perseverance, employability, and civic engagement of youth by implementing innovative experiential learning projects that create ongoing links between school environment and the community.
Senior Project Manager – Indigenous communities
Reporting to the Co-Director of Educational Programming — Indigenous Communities of Youth Fusion, the Sr Project Manager — Indigenous Communities will oversee coordinating the delivery of daily programs for Indigenous youth in various fields. They will be responsible for recruiting, training, supervising, handling logistics, planning events, and carrying out the projects under their supervision.
- Permanent position, full-time 37,5 hours
- Benefits offered after 3 months of continued service
- Vacation and Holidays
- Cellphone allocation
- Access to Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
- Hybrid Teleworking policy in place
Recruitment and supervision
• In collaboration with the Human Resources Department, oversee the recruitment process throughout the year and training of Project Coordinators and, if necessary, Animators, for all programs carried out in Indigenous communities.
• Supervise the work and projects of interns within the Indigenous Communities admin team.
• Provide ongoing support and supervise coordinators and animators under their supervision to ensure their well-being and that they are meeting program objectives.
• Build and maintain relationships with school teams and local partners.
• Develop and maintain a network of local mentors in the communities.
• Develop and maintain all non-financial regional partnerships.
• Travel to Indigenous communities to integrate Project Coordinators in September and January.
• Conduct mid-term visits, up to two times per year, six (6) weeks after the start of the projects.
• Support Project Managers with logistics for their projects
• Coordinate all flights for Coordinators and Supervisors, both for training and for their stay in Indigenous communities.
• Ensure that the place where project coordinators will live is functional and available, and keep track of the different accounts (phone, Internet, etc.).
• Evaluate the equipment needs in the homes of the project coordinators, and materials for academic projects.
• Coordinate all material orders and shipping.
• Hold and report on a Youth Fusion credit card.
• In collaboration with Co-Directors, review midterm and final reports received from Project Managers.
• Process and approve time sheets, project expenses and living expenses for project coordinators.
• Oversee the completion of annual evaluations and surveys of coordinators.
• In collaboration with the Events Team, participate in the organization of local events and cultural and scientific trips for youth participating in Youth Fusion’s provincial activities, such as the Pigunnaniq Festival, the Future Education Festival and the Robotics Festival, the Leadership Camp and Conference (depending on the region where they work).
• Be the principal organizer of any regional events.
• University degree in management, education, or any other related field
• At least two years experience in project management
• Experience in human resources management
• Experience working with Indigenous communities and individuals
• Knowledge of the cultures and traditions of one or more Indigenous nations
• PC environment
• Good understanding of the Microsoft Office Suite.
• Good knowledge of the school environment
• Ability to solve problems, to take initiative and to work on their own
• Excellent organizational skills and professionalism
• Ability to work independently and as part of a team
• Ability to build positive and strong relationships with internal and external partners
• Event planning and project management, a requirement
• Be available to travel to Northern Quebec, four (4) to six (6) times a year for a period of two (2) to three (3) weeks
• Spoken and written French
• Spoken and written English
• Knowledge of Inuktitut, Innu-aimun, Atikamekw or Kanyen’kéha (an asset).
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