Position: Steering Committee Member – Communications
Type: unpaid / volunteer
Organization: Green Neighbours Network of Toronto
Location: Toronto, Ontario
Green Neighbours Network of Toronto
Green Neighbours Network of Toronto (GNN) is seeking a Steering Committee member who will to take the lead in developing and supporting GNN’s internal and external communications.
About Green Neighbours Network
Launched in April 2018, GNN is a network of independent community groups and individuals working together with a common goal: to help make Toronto a city of greener, more vibrant neighbourhoods and a leader in the worldwide urban movement against climate change. GNN aims to facilitate collaboration among members and mentorship of new green groups. We strive to help our members develop skills for effective civic engagement and to build a rich web of alliances with other groups in the areas of health, environment, transit, housing and social justice. We are keen to expand this new network across the city.
GNN is governed by a Steering Committee with responsibility for strategic direction, as well as overseeing outreach and mentoring, communications, volunteer recruitment, projects, partnerships, and finances. Steering Committee members are all unpaid volunteers. Guiding a new and emerging network, Steering Committee members are actively engaged in planning and development of exciting new strategies and projects.
GNN seeks to promote ethnic, geographical, age, ability and other diversity in its membership and its Steering Committee. We seek to engage with diverse communities across the city, including refugees, newcomers and indigenous communities to foster green initiatives that bring both environmental and social benefit to those communities.
If you are someone with drive and passion for creating a greener, more livable, and equitable city, this is an excellent opportunity. You will join a dynamic, committed group of volunteers learning from neighbourhood groups across the city while making connections, making friends, and making a difference.
1. Steering Committee Members: GNN seeks energetic people with a passion for improving the local environment and community-building.
Responsibilities of Steering Committee Members: The Steering Committee Member position will involve a time commitment, on average, of 4 hours per week involving the following roles.
2. Steering Committee - Communications Coordinator: GNN is also seeking a Steering Committee member who will hold the position of Communications Coordinator.
Purpose: To lead a team of volunteers to carry-out the communications mission of GNN.
Qualifications and Personal Characteristics:
Responsibilities: The GNN Communications Coordinator position will involve a time commitment, on average, of 4 hours per week and will entail the following tasks:
How to Apply: Please send your resume and cover letter to: GNNoutreach2018@gmail.com
Closing date: December 15th, 2018
GNN is an equal opportunity organization that is committed to inclusive, barrier-free recruitment. We welcome and encourage applications from members of equity seeking groups, including but not limited to, candidates who are racialized, indigenous, LGBTQ+, and people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.
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Current status: Open/apply now. Date posted: Nov 27 2018 ID: 49424