2 Job Opportunities: Program Manager, Mitigating Wildfire & Budget Coordinator at the SFU Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue
The SFU Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue
The Centre uses dialogue and engagement to facilitate transformative conversations and create real-world impact for society’s most pressing challenges.
We strengthen Canadian democracy by promoting democratic values and innovation, spread best practices by providing dialogue training and tools, and help governments to engage citizens and stakeholders through our consulting services.
As a bridge between the university and community, we enable student success through the Semester in Dialogue and other experiential learning opportunities and provide a home to select initiatives run by our Dialogue Fellows and Associates.
The Centre is hiring for two job positions (Program Manager & Budget Coordinator). You can find their descriptions & links to the application below.
Program Manager, Mitigating Wildfire
Do you want to help mitigate the impact of catastrophic wildfires in British Columbia? Are you passionate about combatting climate change, protecting biodiversity, effective forestry management, and building consensus through dialogue? Are you a proactive program manager with experience in brokering partnerships and dialogue-based events? Are you excited for the opportunity to work for a globally recognized convener of dialogue, and to embody an inclusive approach to engagement across government, industry, and Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities?
If your answer to these questions is yes, then please apply now to the role of Program Manager, Mitigating Wildfire at SFU's Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue.
To view the detailed job description, and to apply, please visit the SFU Careers site:
Are you a spreadsheet genius with a knack for managing and creating financial systems and processes? As the Budget Coordinator at the SFU Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue, you work within university systems to complete day-to-day functions and create efficient solutions to financial complexities that help power dialogue and engagement programming. You take a customer service approach when interacting with any stakeholder and have a high attention to detail. Your organizational skills, care and problem-solving set you apart and you are ready to join a financial team that supports a fast-paced and dynamic organization creating positive and enduring social change.
To see the detailed job posting, and to apply, please visit the SFU Careers site:
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