If you believe that:
…you may be interested in applying for a Communications Co-Director - French (parental leave replacement) position at Inter Pares, a Canadian social justice organization. We build relationships with people and organizations, in Canada and overseas, who share an analysis that poverty is caused by structural inequalities among and within nations, and who are working to promote fundamental change in their communities and countries.
As part of our institutional co-management team, the successful candidate will be expected to share responsibility for Inter Pares’ financial, administrative, and political well-being and direction. The co-management team operates on a parity basis – equal salary, equal responsibility – guided by principles of consensus-based decision-making. All co-managers participate in management committees, administration, raising funds, donor relations, board relations, external representation, and public engagement.
We are looking for a communications co-director to share with one other person, the work of coordinating and implementing our marketing & communications plan and in managing our communication strategies, in both French and English. Assignment of responsibilities between the co-directors will be established based on the profile of the successful candidate.
All co-managers receive the same annual salary of $66,161 with a generous benefits package that includes extended health coverage and retirement planning benefits. The contract includes four weeks annually of vacation pro-rated.
Start date: As soon as possible
Candidates must have permission to work in Canada and are expected to work from the Inter Pares office in Ottawa. Interested persons should submit their resumé, accompanied by a cover letter in French elaborating why they are interested in working at Inter Pares and the skills and experience they would contribute, by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, subject: Communications job posting.
Candidates must be available for an interview in Ottawa. The interview will include questions in both French and English. Inter Pares strives to be an accessible workplace, and we are happy to provide an accessible interview environment and accommodation if required. We thank all applicants in advance; however, due to the volume of applications normally received, only candidates under consideration will be contacted.
Inter Pares is dedicated to the goal of building a diverse and pluralistic staff, and strongly encourages applications from women, racialized people, Indigenous people, people with marginalized sexual or gender identities, and persons living with disabilities. We invite candidates to share how they personally identify in their application if they wish to do so.
For more information about Inter Pares: www.interpares.ca