Indigenous and Cultural Projects Coordinator

Job Posting: Indigenous and Cultural Projects Coordinator

We are looking for a community-minded, compassionate, and knowledgeable individual to fill the position of Indigenous and Cultural Projects Coordinator for our new Youth Sexual Health Project in partnership with Saskatoon Sexual Health Centre. The project is called “A Culturally Appropriate HIV, Hep C, and other STBBIs Prevention Intervention for Youth and Young Adults.” The Projects Coordinator is responsible for delivering capacity-building activities, coordinating project programs, and events, as well as developing and providing educational sessions and workshops, primarily to healthcare providers, businesses, and other community-based organizations (CBO).

OUTSaskatoon is dedicated to building an organization that reflects the diversity of all we serve. This includes prioritizing applicants that are diverse in gender identity, sexuality, culture, and race. Please use your cover letter to tell us about yourself and your interest in working with OUTSaskatoon. Preferential consideration will be given to First Nations, Metis, and Two Spirit applicants. We rely on section 48 of The Saskatchewan Human Rights Code for this measure. 


  1. Oversee all work related to the Youth Sexual Health Project: HIV and Hepatitis C Community Action Fund & Harm Reduction Fund
  2. Provide education and workshops to healthcare providers, businesses, and CBOs on the topics of queer sexual health, cultural: gender and sexual diversity as they relate to the particular audience (for example, navigating a high-school environment versus a workplace); Queer sexual health, including HIV and STIs; queer issues in healthcare; and diversity training as it relates to creating safe and accepting environments.
  3. Work to build relations with our Indigenous community members and partners
  4. Coordinate Two Spirit and Indigenous programming including storytelling, crafting, and other activities.
  5. Plan and run Solstice and Equinox ceremonies
  6. Work with community partners to put on AIDS Memorial Feast and Two Spirit Round Dance.
  7. Implement and carry out evaluation activities measuring and tracking OUTSaskatoon and 5-year PHAC project, in consultation with the external evaluator
  8. Work with OUTSaskatoon’s Youth Coordinator to oversee programs and services for queer and ally youth (e.g. Rainbow Coffee, Rainbow PYY and other youth events).
  9. Work collaboratively to plan and deliver the annual GSA Summit with the Education team
  10. Monthly statistical record-keeping and reporting and performance of other duties as assigned.


  • A relevant undergraduate degree and one to two years of experience working in
    community-based organizations
  • Knowledge of queer and Indigenous communities and issues is essential. Knowledge of harm reduction, anti-oppression, and anti-racism approaches to community service delivery an asset.
  • Experience working for community-based organizations and/or working in the queer community an asset
  • Solid communication and interpersonal skills
  • Independent decision making regarding day-to-day operations and strong problem-solving skills.
  • Ability and self-reflexivity to work in a team environment
  • Organization and time management skills (able to multi-task and re-assess priorities).
  • Experience with standard office equipment, computing, and a variety of AV equipment
  • Proficiency in Google Drive, Google Slides, Microsoft Word, and Excel
  • Valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle 

About the Position

Hours: 37.5 Hours per week, full-time
Salary: $40,000 - $43,000 per year, commensurate with experience
Benefits: Full benefits package after 3 months

We are looking for a community-minded, compassionate, and eager individual to fill our position of Community Support Advocate. The Community Support Advocate provides support to survivors of gender based violence (GBV) through frontline crisis support and case-management, as well as navigational and advocacy support for 2SLGBTQ+ individuals as they interact with various systems, familial, and relational contexts.

Working Conditions: The incumbent works in an office/hybrid environment. Some evening and weekend work will be required. Works at a computer terminal for extended periods of time. Light physical duties may be required, dependent upon candidates abilities. Host and attends programs within Saskatoon and within the province.

Job Term: This is a five-year term position

Deadline: May 27, 2022 at 5pm. We will be interviewing on an on-going basis. If you are interested in this position, we encourage you to apply early.

To Apply: Please submit a detailed cover letter (applicants that do not include a cover letter will not be considered), a resume highlighting relevant education and work experience, and three references by email to:

ATTN: Wendy Li
Education and Research Manager

Additional Details:
OUTSaskatoon is a non-profit, charitable organization that believes in the equity of transgender, two spirit, intersex, lesbian, gay, bisexual, and queer people. We provide peer support and counselling, queer-specific education and resources, outreach, social gatherings and events, community referrals, and sexual health services. We support body, mind and spirit within a growing and changing community.