Summer Program Assistant – Be the Change Earth Alliance

About the Role
The Program Assistant will work collaboratively with other staff to perform key roles in the design, promotion, delivery, and evaluation of Be The Change’s educational program. The incumbent will also work with the staff to complete crucial administrative tasks.
Tasks may include but are not limited: brainstorming and supporting the creation of learning resources for youth; designing and piloting workshops and trainings; synthesizing information for a youth audience; online and/or academic research into relevant issues; creating data collection and monitoring & evaluation (M&E) systems; and communications writing.
This is a short-term, full-time, 35/per week position for summer 2021 at a wage of $16.50/per hour. Due to the current circumstances, this is a remote-work position. (However, if restrictions are lifted, there may be an opportunity for Program Assistant(s) to work at our office in Vancouver, B.C.) The ideal start date would fall between April 26 and May 10, 2021. The length of the position will be 16-weeks. This position is partially funded by the Canada Summer Jobs program (see eligibility criteria below).
Note: Be the Change Earth Alliance is also seeking a part-time (10 hours per week) Administration Assistant for 12 months with similar responsibilities to those described above. If you are interested in part-time work, you can indicate this on the application form or contact for more information.

Secondary degree
Independent worker – self-starter who can take initiative, but also knows when to ask for questions and support
Strong writer – clear, compelling and concise writing style
Passionate about youth empowerment & education, climate change, and environmental and social justice

Organized, detail-oriented
Experience taking action related to the climate, environment, social justice
Research skills
Tech-savvy with creative flair for web design, software, video editing or digital graphics
Self-motivated, creative, positive, with a ‘can-do’ willingness to learn
Kind, empowering and glad-to-help others team player
Strong time-management skills to set and meet deadlines
Able to develop systems and processes to execute plans and track results
Familiarity with digital tools such as Slack, Google Drive and Microsoft Office
Canada Summer Jobs Eligibility Requirements

To be eligible, candidate must:
be between 15 and 30 years of age at the start of the employment;
be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or person to whom refugee protection has been conferred under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act for the duration of the employment; and,
have a valid Social Insurance Number at the start of employment and be legally entitled to work in Canada in accordance with relevant provincial or territorial legislation and regulations.

If interested, please submit an application (which will require a resume and cover letter) through this form:
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