Seeking a Community Programming Coordinator


The Community Programming Coordinator is responsible for serving as a liaison between QCFC’s regular program users and support services in the community. As such, with the support of the Executive Director, the Community Programming Coordinator is responsible for:

  • providing resources and referrals to participants attending the centre;
  • planning and facilitating programming meant to educate and engage community members with issues connected to food insecurity and poverty;
  • assisting with special events and workshops as needed; 
  • recruiting and managing volunteers to deliver community programming; 
  • ensuring that community programming are in-line with QCFC’s mandate and vision; and
  • serving as a representative for QCFC within the community and within councils and coalitions.

Other duties may be assigned by the Executive Director. Travel may be required. Work is indoors (office/common space) and consists primarily of clerical work and communication with the public. Discretion is needed when dealing with sensitive and traumatic personal issues. Physical fatigue could be a consequence of mental exertion.

A vulnerable sector check and positive references may be requested. In conformance with Article 23 of the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement, preference will be given to Inuit applicants.


  • 1 or more years experience in community development or in social services sector;
  • Ability to demonstrate compassion, openness, and keep to standards of confidentiality;
  • Experience working with individuals facing issues such as substance abuse, trauma, mental health, housing and food insecurity;
  • Ability to work as part of a team and independently with minimal supervision;
  • Strong administrative, organizational, and communication skills;
  • Must hold or be willing to obtain a valid Class 5 Nunavut driver’s license;
  • Fluency in Inukitut is a strong asset;
  • A degree or diploma in social services is not required but is considered a strong asset;
  • Other lived experiences, education, and skills will be considered in lieu of formal education and related work experience.


Salary: $80,000 - $90,000, per year based on experience

Other benefits:

  • Comprehensive health and dental benefits
  • Wellness Spending Account
  • Group RRSP
  • 3 weeks vacation leave
  • 5 days paid Indigenous cultural leave
  • 12 paid health & wellness days (sick leave)
  • Annual paid 1-week holiday closure in December 
  • Flexible work hours and collaborative work environment
  • Professional development and opportunities for growth


Please submit your resume to or apply in-person at building 655. We thank all those who express interest but only those candidates being considered will be contacted.

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