Consultation Volunteer Note-takers
Position: Consultation Volunteer Note-takers
Closing Date: April 24, 2019
The Ontario Council for International Cooperation (OCIC) is an expanding community of Ontario-based international development and global education organizations and individual associate members working globally for social justice.
Reporting to the Executive Director and the Communications Coordinator, Consultation Volunteer Note-takers will work with OCIC staff, members, and other stakeholders during our consultations held in April 2019.
OCIC is looking for six dedicated note-taking volunteers to assist in the Council’s consultation activities for Canada’s Agenda 2030 National Strategy as part of the Strength in Diversity & Partnership Project. Ideal candidates will have experience supporting consultation-related activities involving diverse institutional and community stakeholders. They will also ideally possess strong communications and writing skills, and knowledge of/demonstrated interest in international cooperation issues. As contributors to a small and dynamic team, Volunteer Note-takers must be able to work both independently and collaboratively.
Scope of work:
• Assisting in recording, documenting and compiling notes for OCIC’s consultation activities as requested
• Ensuring accuracy in notes taken during the Council’s consultation activities
• Helping to document and report on good practices and lessons learned
• Ensuring an anti-oppression framework and confidentiality are abided by during the activities
• Supporting the preparation of qualitative, quantitative reporting items, as necessary
• Committing to learning the Council’s work and priorities in the project
• Providing administrative support as requested
• Committing to 3-5 hours/week
• Relevant experience in any or a combination of consultation and event documentation, communications, and/or interview or focus group facilitation
• Experience, knowledge of and/or passion in international cooperation, social justice, and sustainable development initiatives
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, and a demonstrated ability to work effectively with diverse groups
• Detail-oriented, with a demonstrated ability to track information, organize work, and meet deadlines
• Strong listening, writing, and note-taking skills
• Demonstrated ability to work independently on assigned duties and projects
• Experience and/or interest in the NGO sector
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