Website Southern Gulf Islands Community Resource Centre

Committed to enhancing community capacity and fostering both social and economic opportunities.

The Island Coordinator will take the lead in representing the Southern Gulf Islands Community Resource Centre on their island of either: Galiano, Pender, Mayne or Saturna. The Island Coordinator will be the key staff contact on their island, and will work with the other islands and staff to contribute to the strategic short- and long-term goals of the SGI CRC. The Island Coordinator will work with their Island residents to fill the gaps, support programs already in place, and offer complimenting services of support.
Key Duties and Responsibilities:
●Share information on the SGI CRC and the SGI CRC mandate and goals as needed
●Update the island page on the SGI CRC website regularly with accurate information
●Post on social media 3+ times per week about resources, information, and linksapplicable to the island
●Regularly update the island’s directory
●Understand or strive to understand the social services on the island and community, so that there is a knowledge of what gaps exist
●Develop new partnerships and relationships with organizations on the island
●Maintain existing partnership relationships and maintain current Memorandums of Understanding
●Provide resources and referrals to the community as needed
●Create, maintain, and manage SGI CRC programs on the island
●Supervise junior staff
●Create, maintain, and manage a Volunteer program on the island
●Use the Volunteer Management Cycle to oversee volunteers on the island
●Support SGI CRC programming that is regional or on other islands as needed (i.e.Computer Savvy Seniors Program)
●Research grant opportunities or write grants for funding of programs and events
●Attend meetings as required or by Zoom and coordinate with the other three Islands
●Additional duties as assigned
● Knowledge of training, education, program planning and some supervision are essential
● Familiarity with the Island is a necessity and a solid track record in program
administration, report writing, and community development
● Excellent organizational skills coordinating multiple tasks, events, and project timelines
and experience in project or program management
● Excellent writing skills for correspondence, summary, and progress reports.
● Ability to work well in a team environment and able to generate solutions to issues as
they arise
● Highly flexible and adjustable
● Possess the necessary computer skills: Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and
Outlook) and web-based applications like Google Workspace.
Also, of importance are:
a) Excellent interpersonal skills
b) Budgeting experience
c) Human Resources best practices knowledge
Skills considered desirable are:
d) Creativity
e) Independence
f) Integrity
g) Reliability
A Diploma or Degree in Education, Planning, Environmental Studies, Tourism or Social Work, or
a related field, or equivalent experience in the field is required.
Wage: $25 per hour with opportunity for increase.
Hours: Contingent on funding and program demands. The hours can range from 8-12 per
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