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Regional Coordinator and Joint Program Manager for Community Coordination for Women’s Safety (CCWS)
Agency / Organization
Ending Violence Association of BC
Contact name
Habiba Rashid
Office Manager
1404-510 West Hastings St
British Columbia
Postal Code
V6B 1L8
The Ending Violence Association of BC is hiring an individual to work as a Regional Coordinator and Joint Program Manager for Community Coordination for Women’s Safety (CCWS). The Coordinator will work as a member of and provide joint supervision to the existing CCWS Team and Program Activities. The objective of this position is to enhance cross-sector responses to gender-based violence in our province by supporting collaboration between police, child protection, criminal and family justice, health, victim support services, transition houses, counselling programs, Indigenous services, Immigrant programs and others to support and implement best practices that improve cross-sector coordination and responses to domestic violence and sexual assault.

We are open to negotiating working arrangements outside of the EVA BC Office in any region of BC, provided that regular, reliable travel is feasible. CCWS staff manage numerous concurrent projects and juggle many responsibilities that include the administration of projects, developing, delivering and administering training, conducting research, writing reports, papers and proposals, and providing support for the community coordination initiatives and programs in the anti-violence field in BC.

Interested candidates should work from a feminist, anti-oppression, intersectional perspective and have a combination of the following skills and experience:

• Minimum 5 years of experience working with community coordination efforts that address gender-based violence, with exposure to VAWIR/VIR Committees and Interagency Case Assessment Teams

• Knowledge of community development, collaboration and coordination

• A comprehensive understanding of the government systems, jurisdictions and programs in BC that respond to gender-based violence and a demonstrated ability to analyze and write about related policy

• Experience in the provision of working and training in the area of sexual and domestic violence, Indigenous, Immigrant, Disability and/or LGBT2SQ+ issues

• Demonstrated understanding of the issues of isolated and rural communities, large and small community-based support victim organizations and of people who have been victimized and who experience marginalization and discrimination

• Excellent communication skills including experience public speaking, training and communicating complex ideas

• Demonstrated excellence in written communication including experience developing and writing proposals, reports, protocols and presentation materials (i.e. PowerPoint)

• Proven ability to communicate effectively with various groups and different levels of government with tact and diplomacy.


• This 4 days per week position (7.5 hours per days) will be compensated competitively.

• Interested individuals are invited to forward the following:

1. Resume
2. Cover letter outlining your suitability to the position
3. Three references with phone and email contact information

Please forward no later than February 25, 2020 at 5 pm to:

Hiring Committee – CCWS Regional Coordinator Ending Violence Association of BC
1404 – 510 West Hastings St., Vancouver, BC V6B 1L8
Fax: (604) 633-2507

People with the above experience and who are Indigenous, of colour, living with a disability, and/or LGBT2SQ+ are encouraged to apply.
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