Employment

West Broadway Community Organization (WBCO) strives to hire locally whenever possible and we believe that life experience is just as important as formal education. Please consider applying for jobs as they appear on this page.

Knowledge Keeper Request for Proposals

To assist with our work and to support the organization’s goals around reconciliation, we are looking to enlist local Knowledge Keepers with interest or expertise in:

  • Advocacy (housing or general)
  • Indigenous cultural practices
  • Indigenous gardening practices
  • Indigenous languages
  • Culturally appropriate food security
  • Indigenous environmentalism
  • Leading professional development

The ideal Knowledge Keeper would have knowledge of local First Nation(s), Inuit and Metis culture, and would be comfortable working in a community setting, with diverse community members of different ages and cultural backgrounds.

We are open to different arrangements regarding timing and role and can be responsive to what works best for the Knowledge Keeper. We will offer appropriate compensation for the Knowledge Keeper’s time.

If acting as a Knowledge Keeper for WBCO is of interest to you, or if you would like more information about this opportunity, email [email protected] or call 204-774-7201, ext. 5.

For more information about WBCO programs, visit www.westbroadway.mb.ca.

Job Posting: West Broadway Tenant Organizer

West Broadway Community Organization is looking to hire a part-time staff to support the development and operation of tenant associations in West Broadway. The staff will help tenants build community and mutual support networks among neighbors, and will provide advice and administrative support to tenant associations.

The ideal candidate will be highly organized and skilled at community-building. They will be motivated and creative to help tenants imagine collective solutions to protecting the Right to Housing.

The Tenant Organizer will collaborate with WBCO's four-person housing team and will receive mentorship and support throughout the position. They will be further supported with legal advice and training opportunities.

This is a 12-month contract with possibility of extension. The wage range is from $20-$23/hr and is flexible around 20 hours per week. Comprehensive health and dental benefits package, paid vacation and sick time. Ideal start date is as soon as possible.

To apply, please email a resume and cover letter to [email protected] before 4pm on March 1st, 2024.

Find the full job posting here: Tenant Organizer Posting 2024