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Education and Policy Support Coordinator

Sport Dispute Resolution Centre of Canada


Apply by 5/31/2024

Posted 4 weeks ago

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Location


Brossard, Quebec, Canada

Job Type


Job Description

The Centre is looking to hire a permanent and full-time coordinator to carry out its prevention, education and awareness plan, particularly with regard to the implementation of the Universal Code of Conduct to Prevent and Address Maltreatment in Sport. The Centre’s office is currently located at 6400 Auteuil in Brossard (Quebec), and the successful candidate will be expected to work primarily remotely and, from time-to-time, in a shared office environment.

Responsibilities:

The Education and Policy Support Coordinator will be responsible for safe sport education and prevention activities, including the delivery of initiatives for awareness and prevention of maltreatment in sport, the management of the Abuse-Free Sport Education Accreditation Program, as well as support to sport organizations in policy-making and capacity-building for safe sport. Other duties consist in supporting the Resource Centre Manager in the development of partnerships within the sport, academic and ADR communities, in order to increase the reach and impact of the Centre’s resources, programs and initiatives.

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Qualifications Required

This position will require high level of versatility and interpersonal skills. The candidate will have strong organizational and oral communication skills, and be comfortable working in a busy environment. The candidate will have successfully completed training in sport management, law or alternative dispute resolution, with relevant experience in policy development and compliance. The candidate must be familiar with the Windows environment and be literate in Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Publisher, Outlook and web browsers. The candidate must be fluent in French and English, possess superior written skills in both languages, and be outgoing and friendly. The candidate must be available for frequent domestic travel and for occasional evening and weekend work. Familiarity with the Canadian amateur sport system or relevant sport experience would be an asset, as would public speaking experience.

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