Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $54,000.00 per year
Reports to: Lead Prosper Coordinator; PARO Management including CEO
Job purpose: This position is responsible for capturing and analyzing all data related for PARO projects, and projects where PARO interacts within an ecosystem of partners, with priority on direct data and evaluation for the Prosper Circles project. This includes statistical demographics of the women, intersectional identity information capture, and other statistics related to client relationship management. This position is also responsible for issuing and to support the analyzing all evaluations, including the quarterly project evaluations distributed to participants, and suggesting amendments or changes to the program based on reported client experience. This position is also requires gathering accurate data for, and completing reports or other written correspondence related PARO and where PARO is involved in ecosystem activities for Prosper Circles project.
Duties and Responsibilities
What You’ll Need to Succeed
What You’ll Get with PARO!
PARO is an equal opportunity and employer; PARO’s very foundation is built on diversity and inclusion strategies and anti-racism/anti-oppression/trauma-informed frameworks. PARO is committed to principles of equity, diversity and inclusion, and proudly welcomes all applicants with diverse identities, including sexual and gender identities, Indigenous, BIPOC and persons with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.
Deadline for Application: Please send applications to Maria Talarico, Program & HR Developer, email@example.com, including cover letter, 3 references and authorization to including cover letter, deadline to contact by Friday, August 11th, 2023. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Type d’emploi : Temps plein
Salaire annuel : 54 000 $
Rend compte à la Coordonnatrice en chef du projet Cercles Prospères et à la Direction de PARO y compris la directrice générale.
Objectif de l’emploi
La personne titulaire du poste est responsable de capturer et d’analyser toutes les données liées aux projets de PARO, et aux projets pour lesquels PARO interagit avec un écosystème de partenaires, tout en accordant une priorité à la base de données et à l’évaluation directe du projet Cercles Prospères.
Ceci comprend les statistiques démographiques des femmes, la collecte d’informations identitaires intersectionnelles et autres statistiques liées à la gestion des relations de la clientèle. La personne titulaire du poste est aussi responsable d’émettre et d’appuyer l’analyse de toutes les évaluations, y compris celles de projets trimestriels distribuées aux participantes, et de suggérer des modifications ou changements aux programmes, basés sur les expériences soumises par la clientèle. Ce poste exige aussi la collecte de données exactes pour le projet Cercles Prospères, ainsi que la rédaction de rapports – ou toute autre correspondance relative à PARO – pour laquelle PARO est impliqué dans les activités de l’écosystème du projet.
Tâches et responsabilités
Ce dont vous avez besoin pour réussir
Ce que PARO vous offre!
PARO est un employeur ayant pour principe l’égalité des chances. Le fondement même de PARO repose sur des stratégies de diversité et d’inclusion et sur des cadres de travail fondés sur la lutte contre le racisme, l’anti-oppression et les traumatismes. PARO s’engage à respecter les principes d’équité, de diversité et d’inclusion, et accueille avec fierté tous les candidats aux identités diverses, y compris les identités sexuelles et de genre, les autochtones, les PANDC (BIPOC) et les personnes handicapées.
Un hébergement est possible sur demande pour les candidats(es) retenus(es) dans le processus complet d’embauche.
Date limite pour postuler : Les candidatures, ainsi qu’une lettre de motivation, 3 références professionnelles et l’autorisation de les contacter, doivent être envoyées par courriel à Maria Talarico, Développement de Programmes et Ressources Humaines : firstname.lastname@example.org d’ici le vendredi 29 septembre 2023. Seules les candidatures retenues pour une entrevue seront contactées.
Our clients come from all walks of life and so do we. We hire great people from a wide variety of backgrounds, not just because it’s the right thing to do, but because it makes our organization stronger. If you have passion, vision, and a drive to try to make a positive impact on women’s lives, you will find a home at PARO.
Overview: reporting to Head Office, as a member of the Business Counsellor team, the Circle Coordinator/Counsellor works with other Business Counsellors, Management, and community partners to deliver business development training and services for women entrepreneurs, including one-on-one business counseling, business plan development, and connecting with wraparound services as needed, especially for those most vulnerable As a priority activity, the Circle Coordinator/Counsellor will provide training and support for development of Peer Lending Prosper Circles; provide ongoing guidance and advisory assistance to women who are in existing Circles; support Circle members to complete Loan applications, and ensure Circles know how to coordinate/process/approve Peer Circle member applications and loan/grant applications as per the Circle Loan Approval Process.
Quarterly travel to assigned communities in Ontario; a valid driver’s license, personal vehicle insurance; excellent interpersonal, organizational, and project management skills; written and oral communication skills; excellent analytical skills; and an ability to accommodate competing demands and meet deadlines. French/English bilingualism preferred. Other languages as asset. Must be legally entitled to work in Canada. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.
Come work at PARO Centre for Women’s Enterprise (PARO), the largest Women’s Enterprise Centre, serving both Ontario and Canada. Known for its success in not only helping women to start businesses, but also to grow their businesses in a way that is both scalable and sustainable, PARO’s work culture is one where innovation is encouraged, and talent, teamwork and growth are celebrated. Our clients come from all walks of life and so do we. We hire great people from a wide variety of backgrounds, not just because it’s the right thing to do, but because it makes our organization stronger. If you have passion, vision, and a drive to try to make a positive impact on women’s lives, you will find a home at PARO.
Overview: reporting to Head Office the position is responsible for delivering comprehensive, enhanced business coaching/counseling, training, and mentoring for women entrepreneurs through start-up to scale-up.
Quarterly travel to assigned communities in Ontario; a valid driver’s license, personal vehicle and vehicle insurance; excellent interpersonal, organizational, and project management skills; written and oral communication skills; excellent analytical skills; and an ability to accommodate competing demands and meet deadlines. French/English bilingualism preferred. Other languages as asset. Must be legally entitled to work in Canada. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.
Location: Anywhere in Ontario
Contract position for 3.5 days (equivalent to 28 hours) per month. $300/day (the equivalent of an 8-hour day) and $150 for a one-half-day equivalent for planning, reporting, and follow-up ($1050/month). For planned and approved travel, mileage, accommodation, and meals will also be covered using PARO set rates. Time at PARO meetings can be charged at an equivalent hourly rate over and above 3.5 days.
As a contracted business providing services to PARO, you will provide services as a Business Growth Advisor to women living in Northern, Eastern and Southern Ontario. Your business, representing PARO, will assist other women to start, sustain, and scale up their businesses using various technologies such as telephone, email, Zoom, CRMs, Learning Management Systems, BaseCamp, and other communication software and supports, travel, and in-person meetings when required (as permitted per Covid 19). Your business services to women will include providing holistic entrepreneurial counselling and webinars; development and support for PARO Circles; development, delivery, and support to BIZCamps and small networking events; connecting women to affordable business financing options within PARO and those researched from outside PARO; and reporting statistics, connecting on BASECAMP, and invoicing monthly to receive payment from PARO. You will build positive relationships and communicate with strategic partners and other agencies to support getting new referrals and providing services to women entrepreneurs to ensure the success and sustainability of their businesses.
QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS
You have experience operating a successful business and managing the efficient use of time. You have facilitation/coordination skills, financial acumen, business development, and reporting skills. You are a team player, but can work independently; self-motivated, and flexible, Post-Secondary Education in Business Administration, Accounting and/or Education, or a related field. You have proven experience with business planning and operations, group training and facilitation, coaching/counselling, mentoring, and related business experience. Experience reaching out to clients and building good customer relations; knowledge of women’s issues, and innovative approaches to business development, microfinance, and community economic development are definite assets. You are a team player, positive and self-motivated, and fluent in English, but the ability to speak and write in French, Ojibwe or Oji-Cree would be an asset.
This position requires travel (when permitted and if approved); a valid driver’s license, reliable personal vehicle, and vehicle insurance; excellent interpersonal, organizational skills; written and oral communication skills; excellent analytical skills; and an ability to accommodate competing demands and meet deadlines.
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION: Please send applications to Maria Talarico, Program & HR Developer, email@example.com, resumes including cover letter, 2 professional references, and authorization to contact, must be received by September 29th, 2023, at 4:00 pm, and submissions can be made to email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Only those considered for an interview will be contacted.
PARO Centre for Women’s Enterprise,
110-105 May St. N., Thunder Bay, ON, P7C 3N9