Community Outreach Coordinator
The core function of this person is to organize and lead BYTE’s experiential workshops and other programming in rural Yukon, Northwest Territories and some areas of Northern BC. This includes planning travel logistics, applying for funding, maintaining project/tour budgets, developing and adapting workshop content, and offering support through consistent communication with community contacts.
The Community Outreach Coordinator also has the opportunity to work on a number of other special projects throughout the year, such as our Leaders-in-Training Conference, and events such as Battle of the Bands, Skateboarding Competition etc.
Please note: While we welcome all applications, given the context in which BYTE works, preference will be given to applicants from Northern communities and/or Indigenous youth.
Please send your resume and cover letter to Casey, Program Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note, we will not accept applications made through YuWIN at this time.
Project Coordinator – Communities Building Youth Futures
This is an exciting and diverse role that allows for a lot of creativity and networking opportunities. Communities Building Youth Futures Yukon (CBYF) is a collective of many community partners who work collaboratively to engage youth in developing strategies that support young people as they transition from teenagers into adulthood. Using a Collective Impact approach, the CBYF Project Coordinator will work with the partner organizations and other relevant stakeholders to support the development and implementation of the CBYF initiative throughout the Yukon.
The Communities Building Youth Futures’ (CBYF) Project Coordinator will be employed through BYTE – Empowering Youth Society and will be specifically working on the CBYF Project. The CBYF Coordinator is responsible for supporting the coordination of CBYF Yukon’s projects and initiatives. They will work closely with the CBYF Project Manager to organize and facilitate meetings between partners, recruit and welcome new organizations into the initiative, and support the coordination and implementation of collaborative projects between partners.
Overview of CBYF Yukon
The Communities Building Youth Futures (CBYF) Initiative is a five-year initiative and is a collaboration between the Tamarack Institute, Economic and Social Development of Canada and local youth organizations. The Yukon is one of 13 communities across Canada to be part of a national discussion. Funding is being provided to engage and co-develop system-wide solutions for supporting underrepresented youth as they build and act upon plans for their future. The main goal is to break down barriers and provide opportunities for youth to engage in their communities.
Please note: While we welcome all applicants, given the context of this initiative, preference will be given to applicants from Northern communities and/or Indigenous youth aged 35 and under.
Please send your resume and cover letter to our Hiring Committee at email@example.com. Please note, the Hiring Committee is made up of partner organizations supporting this project. If you have any questions, please email Maxime at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Maxime at the BYTE office at (867) 667-7975. Please note, we will not accept applications made through YuWIN at this time.