Hiring: Library Coordinator
Organization: Ottawa Outdoor Gear Library
Location: Ottawa — unceded and unsurrendered Anishinaabe Algonquin territory
Eligibility: age 30 & under; identify as BIPOC (see below)
Apply before: Dec 2, 2023 at 5pm
Status: Contract – Jan 3, 2024 – March 31, 2024
Compensation: $22/hr (plus 4% Vacation pay and 2% in lieu of benefits)
The Ottawa Outdoor Gear Library is committed to operating and integrating anti-racist and intersectional anti-discrimination practices in our workplace, our programming, and our team and partnerships.
Do you love the outdoors? Are you passionate about reducing barriers and supporting other people to benefit from opportunities to be outdoors as well? If so, this position may be for you!
About the Ottawa Outdoor Gear Library (OOGL)
Join our team in supporting equity and access to the outdoors and to nature! The Ottawa Outdoor Gear Library is a dynamic initiative established in 2021, actively supporting just and increased access to the outdoors.
OOGL’s Mission: To respond to barriers experienced by racialized and marginalized communities through advocating for and facilitating just access to nature-based experiences, land-based programming, outdoor recreation and the associated mental and physical health benefits derived from being outside.
For more information about the Ottawa Outdoor Gear Library, please visit our website at www.ottawaoutdoorgearlibrary.com
About the role
With the supervisory support of the OOGL leadership team, and in collaboration with the staff team, the Library Coordinator will lead and administer the operation of the Ottawa Outdoor Gear Library’s equipment lending program.
As the Library Coordinator, you will:
This position requires working some evening and weekend hours.
Requirements of the position
Partial funding for this position has been made possible through the support of Nature Canada’s “Work to Grow” employment support program. As such, this position is open to youth who meet the following criteria and are:
Racialized youth face unique barriers in developing experience and finding jobs in nature-related activities. The lack of racialized people working in conservation and nature organizations is a barrier to youth seeing themselves in those roles. Protecting nature is a racial justice issue. Equity and anti-racism are crucial to protecting nature.
Education and Experience
Skills & Competencies
How to apply
At OOGL, we are committed to being a place of shared learning and collective growth. Please consider applying if you meet 90% of the job requirements.
If you are interested to be considered for this position, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, with the job title “Library Coordinator” in the subject line and an attached copy of your resumé to the attention of the “OOGL Hiring Committee”, prior to the closing date of Dec 2, 2023 at 5pm.
In addition, please include a 1-page cover letter (250 words maximum) that briefly includes your responses to the following questions:
1. How do you spend time outdoors?
2. What interests and excites you most about this position?
3. How would your skills and experiences (personal and professional) translate into success in this position?
4. What does just and equitable access to the outdoors look like to you?
Please indicate you saw this posting at GoodWork.
For more information please contact us at 613-796-8086 or by e-mail at email@example.com
We understand identity through an intersectional lens and the systemic barriers that are additionally faced by LGBTQIA2S and people with disabilities, and welcome applications from all. You may choose to volunteer to be considered for employment equity in your application by identifying as part of one or many marginalized groups.
OOGL is committed to providing accommodations for applicants with disabilities during all parts of the hiring process, upon request. If contacted, please advise us if you require any accommodation.
At OOGL, we are a living wage employer. In November 2023, the Ontario Living Wage Network set $21.95 as the new living wage for Ottawa. We are committed to pay transparency, and paying all staff at or above the current minimum living wage. In addition, salaries are non-negotiable. We are committed to combating inequity, bias, and pay disparity perpetuated by salary negotiation practices. We thank everyone for their expression of interest—and are truly appreciative of the time individuals put into applying—however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
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Current status: Open/apply now. Date posted: Nov 17 2023 ID: 69483