Reports to: Executive Director, NCIM
Location: Montréal, Québec
Contract: Full-Time (35 hours per week)
The National Council of Indigenous Midwives’ (NCIM) mission is to promote excellence in reproductive health care for First Nations, Inuit, and Métis communities. NCIM advocates for the restoration of midwifery education, the provision of midwifery services, and choice of birthplace for all Indigenous communities consistent with the U.N. Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
Indigenous Midwives enable access to culturally‑safe sexual and reproductive health care for Indigenous families, the return of birth to Indigenous communities, and a reduction in the number of medical evacuations for births in remote areas. As an organization, NCIM upholds the values of humility, respect, and compassion. To learn more about NCIM and its values, visit the website.
NCIM is a small, Indigenous-led, non-profit organization. NCIM is currently leading several critical and innovative projects. Our team is growing, and we are looking for a skilled, value-driven project manager to support the Executive Director and Project Leads in the coordination and implementation of our programs and initiatives.
The successful candidate must demonstrate excellent project coordination and management, communication, and administrative skills. The successful candidate must demonstrate excellence in working in an Indigenous organization and with Indigenous communities, knowledge-holders, and subject-matter experts.
At NCIM, we emphasize a human-centered approach to our work ethic and a commitment to health and well-being of the team, Leadership, membership, and our communities.
Duties and Responsibilities
Qualifications, Knowledge and Skill Requirements
We welcome all prospective applicants to submit their applications. At NCIM, we value the diverse perspectives and unique lived experiences that candidates bring to the table. Lived experience is taken into consideration when determining the level of individual qualification. NCIM is an Indigenous led and governed organization. Indigenous candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. Non-Indigenous candidates must have a commitment to working within an anti-oppressive framework.
As a reminder, candidates are not required to possess all the qualifications listed above to apply. If you have any questions regarding the qualifications or job posting, please contact NCIM at [email protected]
Please follow these instructions:
• Send your CV and a cover letter in one PDF document and ensure that your first and last names and the text “NCIM Project Manager” are included in the file name.
• Send your PDF by email with the subject “NCIM Project Manager” to [email protected]
*Deadline for applications is 5 p.m. EDT on September 17th, 2023.
We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. Resumes received will be held confidential, shared with the selection committee only, and be used only for the purposes of selection for this position.
September 13, 2023
September 17, 2023
Remote of Hybrid from Montreal
National Council of Indigenous Midwives’ (NCIM)
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