Would you like to be part of a leading, equality-seeking organization fighting gender-based violence, advocating for change, and working to build inclusive, empowering community for survivors of sexual violence?
The Ottawa Rape Crisis Centre (ORCC) is seeking a dynamic and experienced individuals to fill several roles here at the centre.
About the ORCC
The ORCC is committed to fostering a space that is anti-racist, trans & queer-centered, anti-oppressive, anti-colonialist, and feminist. We define our shared values within a third-wave, intersectional feminist understanding, which acknowledges the ways that different systems of oppression perpetuate and underpin the existence of sexual and gender-based violence, and also impact the ways in which these forms of violence are experienced within our communities. In order to eliminate sexual and gender-based violence, we must always be working to end all systems of oppression.
Our core services include a 24/hr volunteer-run Crisis Line, short and long-term individual counselling and group counselling, advocacy and accompaniment, and public education workshops and trainings. All of our support services are completely confidential and offered free of charge to all cis and trans women, trans men, two-spirit, and gender non-binary survivors over the age of 16.
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We are looking for a compassionate feminist with a demonstrated counseling background who works from an intersectional framework to join our team for 30 hours a week on a 15 month contract. Our counselors here at the ORCC provide feminist counseling to survivors of sexual violence and their support people under the direction of the Executive Director and the Counseling Coordinator. For more details or to apply, visit our Charity Village job posting here.
We are looking for a high energy, dynamic feminist fundraiser of diverse experience with superior interpersonal and communications skills. Under the direction of the Executive Director and the Education and Communications Coordinator, they will work to build ORCCs funding and donor bases and expand the financial capacity of the centre. The successful applicant will be comfortable communicating with a wide range of audiences, including individual donors, funders (grant, foundation, government, etc.), groups, partners, allies, and volunteers, and they will demonstrate proficient knowledge in CRA regulations, non-profit funding, and the ability to work with fundraising software. Applicants with large-scale event planning, 3rd party fundraising, and monthly donor program development experience are strongly encouraged to apply.For more details or to apply, visit our Charity Village job posting here.
We are looking for a high energy, dynamic feminist leader of diverse experience with superior interpersonal and communications skills. Under the direction of the Executive Director, they will carry out the centre’s education, external training, and awareness-raising activities as well as community collaborations. The successful applicant will be capable of delivering both plain-language and highly nuanced information to a wide variety of audiences using a variety of communications tools (e.g. presentations, social media, written/web content, etc.). They will have an accessible style and an easy-going approach, while maintaining an adherence to excellence in outputs and collaboration. For more details or to apply, visit our Charity Village job posting here.