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Ontario Regional Coordinator
About the NCLN
The National Campus Life Network seeks to lower the abortion rate in Canada by educating, mentoring and leading young people to reject abortion. We train students to effectively talk to peers about the realities of abortion. We put a strong focus on measurement to make sure we
are consistently and concretely changing the lives of the young people we meet, mentor and train. we are a volunteer-supported, not-for-profit community organization that has a strong passion and vision for what we stand for.
NCLN highly values those who can work as a team and enjoy relationship management. Much of NCLN’s work hinges on the quality of our mission and our ability to have strong relationships with many people. Our team also highly values integrity, honesty, a strong work ethic, and strong communication skills. We love working with people who are creative who will bring ideas to the table and have the desire to see them through with their team. At NCLN, you will have the opportunity to sit at the table of a national organization making waves in Canada.
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. As such, it is imperative that those who take on this position are team players, self-starters, well articulated and reliable.
The Ontario Regional Coordinator is responsible for mentorship and training of pro-life students in Ontario, aiding in the execution of on-campus pro-life activism and other initatives 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. NCLN is looking for someone to work out of NCLN’s head office in Ottawa, ON.
Who You Are
We are looking for a master multi-tasker with excellent communication skills and an upbeat entrepreneurial attitude. Candidates should be able to assist management of multiple pro-life clubs, provide polite and professional assistance via phone, mail, and e-mail, and generally be a helpful and positive presence in the workplace.
To be successful, candidates should be professional, polite, and attentive while also being accurate. They should always be prepared, responsive, and adaptable, willing to meet each challenge directly. Regional Coordinators must be comfortable with computers, general office tasks, and excel at both verbal and written communication. Most importantly, Regional Coordinators should have a genuine desire to meet the needs of others.
Responsibilities and Duties
- Frequent campus visits to meet with students, offer training presentations, coach students in running on-campus outreach, and assisting with events;
- Maintain regular contact with pro-life student leaders through email, text, phone and Skype/Google Chat 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 Leadership Bootcamp, 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 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 NCLN management structure;
- Document and submit expenses on a monthly basis;
- Document on-campus activities.
- An undergraduate degree or college diploma;
- Experience with pro-life activism and outreach;
- Ability to work independently and as part of a team;
- Excellent English communication skills; French communication skills an asset;
- Comfortable with public speaking, and confident in speaking to a variety of audiences such as student groups, church gatherings, pro-life conferences and meetings etc.;
- 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;
- Computer skills, including experience with Google programs, Microsoft Office, and social media;
- Ability to work evenings and weekends when required, and travel as necessary;
- Knowledge of pro-life issues, or the pro-life movement in Canada, and a firm dedication to supporting the cause;
- A full driver’s license is required.
The National Campus Life Network is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate based on race, religion, color, sex, age, non-disqualifying physical or mental disability, national origin, veteran status or any other basis covered by Canadian law.
- This position is 30 hrs/week
- Car is an asset, but not necessary
- Salary is not negotiable at entry (approx $23,400/year)
Additional Application Information:
- Only those who will be considered will be contacted.
- Individuals being considered will be contacted by phone or email.
- Application deadline is March 8, 2020.
- Individuals will be contacted 2-3 business days after the closing date.
- Submit a resume, cover letter and any other supporting documents, along with 2 references (name, phone number, email): one pro-life reference, and a work-experience reference.
- Send the entire application to email@example.com.