October 27, 2022 - December 31, 2022
Call for Applications: DAWN Canada Open Talent Pool
DAWN Canada (DisAbled Women’s Network of Canada) is looking to recruit talented women or gender non-binary individuals who identify as disabled or Deaf to join our team. This is an open hiring call for individuals to submit their résumé and statement of interest.
About DAWN Canada: DAWN Canada is a feminist, cross-disability human rights organization that works to address systems of oppression. DAWN’s mandate is to end poverty, isolation, discrimination and violence experienced by women and gender-diverse people with disabilities and Deaf people on the gender spectrum living in Canada, as well as promote their advancement and inclusion by creating change at a systemic level.
Who we’re looking for: We are looking for women or gender non-binary individuals who are passionate about social justice and human rights. We are aiming to build a diverse pool of talent and would love to meet you!
You might be:
- A recent graduate or someone who is just getting back into the workforce;
- An experienced professional with a background in the non-profit sector or grassroots organizations;
- Self-employed or working as a consultant.
Your career at DAWN Canada You will work alongside a diverse team of passionate disability activists and experts. DAWN values employee retention, and rewards ambition and passion. There are advancement opportunities and room to grow your career with us! With partnerships and connections to government, academic research and the wider disability justice sector, DAWN Canada offers many rewarding career opportunities and a chance to build your network and skills.
How to apply to our talent pool We can’t wait to hear from you! Send an updated résumé and a statement of interest (why you would like to work with DAWN) to Rainbow at email@example.com.
DAWN is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage applicants who are, among others, Black, Indigenous, women of colour, living with disabilities or Deaf, identifying as LGBTQIA2+, and immigrants.