Healthy Masculinities Coordinator and Advisor

University of British Columbia - Kelowna, BC (28 days ago)

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Job Posting

Job ID:
35036

Location:
Kelowna - UBC Okanagan

Employment Group:
Management&Professional (AAPS)

Job Category:
Administration

Classification Title:
Administration, Level B

Business Title:
Healthy Masculinities Coordinator and Advisor

VP/Faculty:
UBCO - AVP Students

Department:
UBCO-Sexl Viol Preventn&Respon

Salary Range:
$30,920.00 (minimum) - $37,119.00 (midpoint) - $44,543.00 (maximum)

Full/Part Time:
Part-Time (50%)

Ongoing:
Yes

Desired Start Date:
2019/09/16

Funding Type:
Budget Funded

Closing Date:
2019/08/30

Available Openings:
1

Guiding principle: "Midpoint" of the hiring salary range means the individual possesses full job knowledge, qualifications and experience.

Job Summary
The Healthy Masculinities Coordinator and Advisor will lead campus-wide sexual violence prevention strategies that engage masculine identified people, support healthy masculinities and promote a culture of consent by addressing attitudes and behaviors that support rape culture to create an inclusive environment for diverse populations of UBC faculty, staff, and students. This role will develop and deliver education in relation to UBC's Policy No. 131, Sexual Assault and Other Sexual Misconduct., consent and other areas to prevent sexual violence. This position is responsible for planning, implementing, monitoring, and evaluating education and initiatives. The Healthy Masculinities Coordinator and Advisor collaborates with UBC faculty, staff, students, and other relevant stakeholders to ensure that education strategies are integrated and coordinated across campus units, departments, programming, and practices.
Organizational Status
The Healthy Masculinities Coordinator and Advisor reports to the Director, Sexual Violence Prevention and Response Office and works collaboratively as a member of a team of professionals, leading the development and implementation of education and training initiatives that support the successful implementation of UBC's Policy No. 131, Sexual Assault and Other Sexual Misconduct.
Work Performed
Develops and implements a campus-wide violence prevention education strategy that aims to promote healthy masculinities and a culture of consent by addressing attitudes and behaviours that support rape culture to create an inclusive environment for diverse populations of UBC faculty, staff and students.
Develops and implements a comprehensive education and training plan for the UBC Community that supports healthy masculinities in cooperation with UBC faculty, staff, students, and other relevant stakeholders.
Provides education and training about sexual violence and related issues including UBC's Policy No. 131, Sexual Assault and Other Sexual Misconduct, and other relevant policies including, Policy No. 3, Discrimination and Harassment, and Policy No. 14, Response to At-Risk Behaviour.
Designs, organizes and delivers events, educational workshops and accountability groups to engage men in advocacy, and to prevent sexual violence focusing on gender equity and social justice. It may require utilizing multiple online and offline channels tailored to the needs of specific audiences including UBC faculty, staff, and students.
Coordinates educational programs, projects, and special events that support healthy masculinities.
Creates, implements and communicates related awareness campaigns to prevent sexual violence.
Recruits, trains, and supports faculty, staff, and students to provide peer-led prevention engagement and education.
Consults, collaborates and builds relationships with individuals, community groups, professional organizations, post-secondary educational institutions, government, and other partners to develop and deliver post-secondary education on healthy masculinities.
Develops, supports, encourages, and promotes provincial, national, and international programs relevant to the position and to post-secondary institutions, in collaboration with other post-secondary educational institutions, off-campus agencies, and government departments.
Designs and conducts evaluation to assess performance of education and training programs. Collects, analyzes, interprets, and reports on results and progress towards goals.
Creates, disseminates, and compiles results of campus climate surveys.
Performs other duties as required.
Supervision Received
Works independently within University policies and procedures, and relevant Federal and Provincial legislation. Works within a collegial model of consultation and collaboration, under the direction of the Director, Sexual Violence Prevention and Response Office.
Supervision Given
May supervise project staff, practicum students, student employees and volunteers.
Consequence of Error/Judgement
Exercises professional judgement in the provision of sexual violence prevention education, and acts as a cooperative team member in the Sexual Violence Prevention and Response Office. Poor professional judgment or practice may create undue hardship for prospective and current students, faculty, staff and visitors to UBC and/or serious public relations or legal liability for the University.
Qualifications
Undergraduate degree in a relevant discipline. Graduate degree in a relevant discipline preferred. Minimum of three years experience or the equivalent combination of education and experience. Experience providing sexual violence prevention education in a post-secondary setting for diverse audiences using multiple platforms. Ability to develop and implement healthy masculinities programming that recognizes diverse the diversity of people who experience violence due to sexual identity, gender identity, gender expression, radicalization, age, family status, religion, faith, ability, disability, national or ethnic origin, Indigeneity, immigration status, socioeconomic status, class and language.
Demonstrated in developing and evaluating trauma informed approach to curriculum, workshops, events and groups
Demonstrated commitment to enhancing one's own awareness, empathy, sensitivity, curiosity, knowledge, and skills related to difference.
Demonstrate cultural competencies and intercultural communication skills to support work with a diverse community.
Demonstrated personal commitment to core values of equity and inclusion through an intersectional, trauma-informed and survivor-centred lens.
Ability to consider intercultural differences and adapt learning and communication approaches as necessary.

Experience in evaluating program delivery and impact.

Excellent oral and written communication, public speaking and presenting skills.

Excellent interpersonal and relationship building skills with diverse stakeholders to achieve common goal.

Ability to design and implement organizational change initiatives, anticipate challenges, solve problems and deliver results.

Ability to plan ahead, direct the work of others, and ensure deadlines are met.

Ability to take direction, lead others and to function as an effective team member.

Ability to manage projects and multi task while paying attention to details.

Excellent computer skills including working knowledge of MS Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
Some evening and weekend work may be required, as well as some travel.
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Equity and diversity are essential to academic excellence. An open and diverse community fosters the inclusion of voices that have been underrepresented or discouraged. We encourage applications from members of groups that have been marginalized on any grounds enumerated under the B.C. Human Rights Code, including sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, racialization, disability, political belief, religion, marital or family status, age, and/or status as a First Nation, Metis, Inuit, or Indigenous person.

All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however Canadians and permanent residents will be given priority.