Project Coordinator – International Migration Research Centre
International Migration Research Centre
Job Type :
Full-time, Limited Term
Reports To :
Director, International Migration Research Centre
Position Summary :
At Laurier, we are a community. It’s what brings our students here and what keeps our people here.
As an educational institution, we inspire lives of leadership and purpose in our student community. As an employer, we seek, foster and value the same qualities of leadership and purpose in our employee community.
We currently have an opportunity to join the Laurier community as a Project Coordinator – International Migration Research Centre.
Reporting to the Director of the International Migration Research Centre (IMRC), the Project Coordinator – International Migration Research Centre supports the operations and research programs of the IMRC. The incumbent will support Centre communications by writing content, maintaining the Centre website, contributing to social media initiatives, developing promotional materials and organizing external promotional events. The Coordinator will also play a key role in developing and nurturing relationships with current and potential partners of the Centre and its research programs. The incumbent will support the Centre administration, including financial monitoring, impact and progress reporting, and fundraising and stewardship activities in collaboration with Development and Alumni Relations. The Coordinator will also work with IMRC members to manage IMRC-related research projects, from grant development to post award oversight and reporting. The position is based at the Balsillie School of International Affairs at Wilfrid Laurier University.
Accountabilities : Knowledge mobilization
Work with the Director and Associate Director to implement the IMRC Communications strategy, including social media tools, and online publications
Organize and promote events in collaboration with External Relations
Support Directors and affiliated faculty, staff and students with knowledge mobilization of research findings and events
Conduct outreach to local community organizations and affiliated faculty, staff, and students at Laurier
Active participation in partnership-building activities with local and international organizations
Planning and organizing IMRC activities:
In collaboration with the Director and Associate Director, assist in defining, implementing and monitoring activities in accordance with the Centre’s overall goals and objectives
Periodically review the work plan with the Director and Associate Director and revise the work plan as required
Day to day administration; including financial administration:
Work with the Director and Associate Director to process Centre-related financial transactions
Facilitate budget planning and approvals, and financial reporting
Assist with development of annual budgets
Work with Development and Alumni Relations to identify philanthropic opportunities• Provide support in grant-writing and fundraising efforts.
Monitor the overall progress of the Centre and make adjustments to work plans, in concert with the Director, as necessary to work toward objectives
Implementing and managing projects:
Assist faculty members with the development of IMRC-related research grant proposals
Assist faculty members in managing all aspects of funded IMRC-related projects and events
Work with the Director and Associate Director and Board of Directors to implement both the Training and Capacity-Building strategy
Completion of a graduate university degree;
Prior experience with administration and financial reporting
Ability to work with budgeting and financial software (Millennium, Shoplaurier) and research accounting systems
Relationship management with academic and community partners;
Demonstrated experience with the themes and objectives of the Centre;
Highly organized, excellent communication skills, and proven team player;
Ability to multi-task and prioritize, with strong administrative/project management skills;
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills;
Proficient in the use of computers and associated software;
Familiarity with appropriate cultural protocols when dealing with international partners;
Ability to work well in a dynamic environment with minimal supervision;
Flexibility in identifying and solving problems and tackling new tasks as necessary;
Skills with data management, research and writing
Grade : EX-F
Salary : $54,042 – $67,553
Salary Notes : This is a full-time, limited term position from September 2018 until August 31, 2020.
Please Note : Please submit a cover letter and resume.
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