Position Title: ICN Sustainable Development Goals Podcast Coordinator (Bilingual preferred – French/English)
Accountable to: ICN National Program Manager
Duration: Part-time position of approximately 25hours/week (Mid-November 2020 – March 1, 2021)
Rate of pay: $20/hr
Location: Halifax, Nova Scotia preferred (may consider other locations in Atlantic Canada)
Start date: As soon as possible
This position will work closely with the Inter-Council Network (ICN) staff team to develop an ICN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) / Development Issues Podcast series. The ICN SDG Podcast Coordinator will gather stories from ICN member organizations about their SDG work and impact. Each episode of the podcast will feature a different SDG. This position will conduct research, coordinate the planning and organization of the podcast, and create audio communication material to showcase the work towards the SDGs across Canada. The Podcast will be launched during International Development Week 2021 and release a weekly episode until all 17 goals are covered.
This position will provide the intern with the opportunity to expand their SDG knowledge, work with the ICN and the eight Councils for international cooperation across Canada, as well as improve their knowledge of the SDG work of organizations in Canada’s international cooperation sector. This position would be a great opportunity for anyone who wants to develop their communications and media skills, as well as gain experience working with a non-profit organization based in Atlantic Canada.
Qualified applicants are invited to submit a cover letter, resume, and the names and contact information of two references by no later than November 8, 2020 to email@example.com. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. As an equity seeking network, the ICN encourages applications from individuals that represent the full diversity of communities in Canada, including complexities of intersecting identities such as ability, age, class, gender, race and sexual orientation. Furthermore, we appreciate and value the knowledge and skills arising from people’s lived experiences.