Description: The Indigenous Community Action Coordinatorhelps coordinate our Indigenous Advisory Circle, organize trainings and dialogues for FoodShare staff and partners on current Indigenous organizing and history, and support networking and relationship building among Indigenous groups doing food sovereignty work.
Salary: $21.54/hour (equivalent to $42,000.00/year for 37.5 hours/week)
Benefits: $1,000 benefit reimbursement (amount to be prorated based on start date)
Contract end date: December 31, 2021
Reports to: Community Action Support Senior Manager
Description: The People Operations Manager will support the Senior Leadership Team, in advancing the organizational culture and values, which includes helping to foster an environment where people are challenged to do their best work, and where everyone can make a difference. FoodShare’s People Operations Manager will be responsible for helping to find, develop, motivate and retain the team at FoodShare. They will lead and support initiatives, activities and programs that help employees be productive at work, from the moment they’re hired to the moment they leave. Working with the Senior Leadership Team and fellow managers, they will be responsible for all human resources related processes at FoodShare
Salary: $52,500.00/year (for 37.5 hours per week)
Benefits: Extended health and dental benefits (class A) at start. RRSP or TFSA contributions after successful completion of probation period
Description: The Finance Facilitator is involved in the daily functions of the finance department, ensuring transactions are entered accurately into the accounting system and in a timely manner. The Finance Facilitator is also responsible for preparing the bi-weekly payroll.
Salary: $37,800/year (for 37.5 hours per week)
Benefits: Extended health and dental benefits (class A) at start. RRSP or TFSA contributions after successful completion of probation period.
Description: The Toronto Beekeepers Collective (TBC) is a collective dedicated to learning about bees and beekeeping, providing public education around bees, involving ourselves in political advocacy on behalf of bees. We are also responsible for the care of our shared hives throughout the Greater Toronto Area. You will be working with Members of the Toronto Beekeepers Collective (TBC) in a teaching and supportive role.
Salary: $19.38/ hour + 6% vacation pay (0 – 20 hours per week. Depending on the season and maintenance of the hives)
Contract Type: Casual – hours vary based on scheduling needs
Reports to: Community Food Growing Manager
Working locations: travels required between Black Creek Community Farm, Downsview Park, Ontario Science Centre, Royal York Hotel, Emmett Communal Garden and Birchmount Community Garden sites
Start Day: March 1, 2021
TO APPLY: Please send applications to FoodShare’s Human Resource Department – email@example.com by 5:00pm on Friday February 12, 2021.
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