Join our team
We are currently hiring regional coordinators for the B.C. and Southern Ontario regions. The positions will be part-time with the potential of full-time.
National Campus Life Network is a pro-life organization dedicated to persuading youth to the pro-life perspective and raising them up as leaders. NCLN achieves their mission by placing a regional coordinator in universities, colleges and high schools.
The NCLN Regional Coordinator is responsible to mentor and train pro-life students, aiding in the execution of on-campus pro-life activism and other initiatives to transform a generation from pro-choice to pro-life.
A regional coordinator is key to NCLN’s success as they are often the first point of contact for pro-life students becoming involved in the pro-life movement and are responsible to adequately lead, train and inspire them to take steps to address abortion on their campus.
Values and Team culture
Applicants for this position must be team players as NCLN places a high value on teamwork. Our team serves the mission of NCLN with excellence, humility, and lots of passion for the pro-life cause. Lastly, NCLN places a high value on strategic thinking and efficiency. It is imperative that those who take on this position are team players, self-starters, well-articulated and reliable.
- Frequently visit campuses to meet with students, offer training presentations, coach students in running on-campus outreach, and assist with events.
- Maintain regular contact with pro-life student leaders through email, text, phone and Skype/Google Hangouts conversations, with an emphasis on weekly Club Leader mentoring calls.
- Work with new contacts to help start pro-life clubs.
- Assist students who may encounter difficulties on campus.
- Coordinate multi-campus campaigns with club leaders, when applicable.
- Assist in the organization of NCLN-hosted events such as the NCLN Symposium, workshops and local student socials.
Communications and promotions:
- Contribute to NCLN’s communications through the dissemination of on-campus work to NCLN partners.
- Assist in the promotion of NCLN activities.
- Arrange representation or represent NCLN at conferences, events, and meetings of other pro-life organizations.
- Assist in the development and distribution of resources to students and partners.
- Develop and maintain positive working relationships with pro-life organizations, schools, religious organizations, community groups and NCLN partners.
- Contribute to NCLN’s donor base via presentations, donor relations, and donor events.
- Maintain a positive relationship with financial supporters, including updating donors through NCLN channels.
- Perform administrative tasks related to incoming donations.
- Execute a variety of fundraising activities local to the Coordinator’s region.
- Report to the Executive Director or other management in all matters, including a weekly check-in.
- Participate in weekly staff calls and other discussions.
- Fulfill daily or weekly administrative tasks related to NCLN's management structure.
- Document and submit expenses on a monthly basis.
- Document on-campus activities.
Travel requirements are region-specific. Regional coordinators may travel weekly, monthly, bi-monthly or once a semester to a certain campus. Please see below for travel requirements for the specific regions NCLN is hiring for.
General Requirements include
- an undergraduate degree or college diploma;
- experience with pro-life activism and outreach;
- the ability to work independently and as part of a team;
- excellent English communication skills;
- being comfortable with public speaking;
- experience working with youth and young adult groups;
- excellent interpersonal skills;
- flexible and self-motivated;
- strong organizational and time management skills;
- ability to motivate and mentor students;
- experience with Google programs, Microsoft Office, and social media;
- the ability to work evenings and weekends when required, and travel as necessary;
- knowledge of pro-life issues, the pro-life movement in Canada, and a firm dedication to supporting the cause;
- a full driver’s license is required.
- owning your own car,
- competency with French.
Those wishing to be considered should submit their resume, cover letter, and references in PDF format to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Re: Regional Coordinator Employment Opportunity”. Interview appointments with selected applicants will be arranged within two weeks after the deadline. We thank all applicants, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Deadline for receipt of applications is August 6, 2019.
Successful candidates will be contacted by the 9th.
New hires will be expected to attend training in Ottawa on August 16 (travel costs will be covered).