Did you apply to be the Program Coordinator for Women of the World?
For the first two weeks of April we were receiving applications for the Program Coordinator for the Women of the World Program.
Well, we thought we were receiving applications. Apparently we had technical problems with an email address and we didn’t receive everything we should have – and we didn’t know we were having problems until after the closing date. And of course, we don’t have any way to contact those who applied – or thought they applied.
So we need to re-post. And issue a huge apology for any applicants who have been inconvenienced by this technical problem. Applying for jobs is stressful enough without having an additional barrier thrown in the way.
So please, if you are still interested, please re-apply with the information found below:
The London InterCommunity Health Centre provides inclusive and equitable health and social services to those who experience barriers to care and we foster the active participation of individuals and the communities that we serve. We invite applications for the following full-time position…
Women of the World – Program Coordinator
Women of the World is a volunteer peer leadership program that provides training to immigrant women and helps them develop a broad understanding of community so that they may help others work toward successful integration. As the Coordinator, you will identify immigrant communities in the London area that would benefit from peer led groups and develop, facilitate, and evaluate leadership training curriculum that will assist identified Peer Leaders to learn and share information with their communities. In addition to coaching, mentoring, and supervising Peer Leaders, you will provide supervision and learning opportunities to students. Working collaboratively with community stakeholders to create safe environments which facilitate access to services by culturally and linguistically diverse communities, you will advocate on behalf of clients to ensure that they receive the community supports, health and social services to which they are entitled.
With a background in project planning, development, implementation, and evaluation, you have proven expertise in curriculum development and delivery. Your experience working with interdisciplinary, multicultural teams is supported by expert knowledge of issues of immigrant communities related to successful integration, knowledge of collaborative decision making models, and a strength based philosophy of community development. Fluency in another language is an asset.
Please submit your resume and a covering letter by 4:00pm on
Friday May 11, 2012 to:
Community Programs and Planning Manager,
London InterCommunity Health Centre
659 Dundas St., London, ON N5W 2Z1
The Health Centre is a member of HOOPP.
We thank everyone who applies. However, only applicants invited for an interview will be contacted.