Campus Educator (Montreal)

Job Order ID:5262
Employment Type:Yearly Salary
Web Publication Date:5/28/2024
Number of Positions:1
Job Location:Montreal
Brief Description:

Our employer is an Israel Advocacy organization's looking for an individual to support local post-secondary schools educational efforts and lead outreach by working with partners and organizations to support the needs of the community in both cities.

Job Function:

  • Coordinating with StandWithUs Canada staff, locally and nationally, to support, educate, and provide resources for the community.
  • Build meaningful community relationships with lay leaders, professionals, and community members.
  • Present educational programs, workshops, and lead interactive discussions on Israel-related topics and combating antisemitism for university and college students, professionals in the university and college space, and community and parent audiences.
  • Provide educational resources and material to student leaders and mentor them on activism, leadership, and programming skills.
  • Recruit and outreach to university and college students and teachers of all faiths.
  • Build, develop, and cultivate professional networks with relevant organizations and professionals in the region.
  • Assist in planning and executing local, regional, and national conferences and summits.
  • Document student activities, including but not limited to photos from events, gathering testimonials, and quantifying high school, university, and college data for semester reporting.
  • Track and respond to antisemitic incidents in academic spaces within the region.
  • Communicate and facilitate efforts with local and national StandWithUs Canada professionals (i.e., events organization and promotion).
  • Promote positive, factual education about the Jewish people and Israel in curricula applicable to their region at the state and local levels.
  • Maintain a high level of knowledge related to Israel, the Middle East, and topics related to the Jewish community with regards to antisemitism.
Job Requirement:

  • The position entails monthly travel to Ottawa for two to three days. It is preferred that the candidate have a valid driver’s license, though intercity travel may be done by train.
  • University degree required.
  • Passion for educating and mentoring teens and young adults about Israel and fighting antisemitism.
  • Leadership experience in camp, youth movements, synagogues, teen, and young adult programs.
  • A background in experiential education, facilitating workshops, and public speaking required.
  • Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills.
  • A high degree of creativity and flexibility in order to meet organizational objectives.
  • Demonstrated project management, supervisory, and time management skills.
  • Computer literacy, including proficiency with MS Office, Google Suite, and internet applications.
  • Detail-oriented, self-motivated, organized, reliable, team player, proactive, strong work ethic, leadership skills, and the ability to multitask.
  • Must live in Montreal.
  • Knowledge of the Montreal Jewish Community is an asset.