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Nsupe 13 Collective Agreement

Collective agreements with the Minister of Labour and Training under subsection 4A (12) and Section 46 of the Nova Scotia Trade Act. COMMUNITY DEVELOPER (Temporary – up to 12 months) Community and Recreation ServicesHalifax Regional Municipality invites applications for temporary community developer status in community and recreation services. The community promoter, who reports to the team leader, volunteering and capacity building, is responsible for supporting HRM`s community and volunteer sectors. They are also responsible for engaging, mobilizing, organizing and building strong communities. Community developers conduct processes to stimulate local action on a participatory and sustainable basis and to support sectors working to improve social conditions, security, planning, transportation, environment, quality of life and economic development. Community developers design and provide complex facilitation and management training processes to help communities develop local visions and skills needed to resolve and manage local change. Community developers are experts in supporting community sectors that form as collectives around common personal interests and help promote the measures needed to improve health and well-being. Community developers are experts in collecting and analyzing information and using it to inform the design and delivery of new programs and services or to improve existing programs and services. The successful incumbent will be highly qualified and will be an expert in moderation, mobilization, community building and process organization. They will have expertise in one of the following priority strategic areas and knowledge and experience in other areas, including engagement, law and order development, public systems and processes, volunteer development, organizational development, training and economic development of the Community. The workplace for this position is Bloomfield Centre, 2786 Agricola Street, Halifax.This position can be considered a development opportunity. You can view it here in the preview, but you have to make it public before people can see it. Halifax Regional Municipality Competencies:Analytical Thinking, Communication, Customer Service, Developing Others, Impact and Influence, Initiative, Networking/Relationship Builiding, Partnering, Teamwork and Cooperation, Valuing Diversity – As part of the selection process, candidates selected for a job interview must prepare a presentation to demonstrate knowledge and experience in community development.m.m.

In general, this is a flexible 70-hour schedule. He must have access to a vehicle. Salary: $35.21 per hour according to the NSUPE Local 13 Collective Agreement (90% of this rate can be compensated for temporary workers and the probation period). Registration deadline: Applications are received by midnight on February 18, 2013.As Equal Employment Employer, Halifax Regional Municipality, representation of racially visible qualified individuals, women in non-traditional positions, persons with disabilities and Aboriginal people in the workplace. Hrm encourages candidates for self-identification.