CPT INTERNATIONAL: Aboriginal Justice Project Support Coordinator position opening


5 April 2013
CPT INTERNATIONAL: Aboriginal Justice Project Support Coordinator position


Peacemaker Teams (CPT) invites expressions of interest in and nominations for
the half-time position of Aboriginal Justice Team Project Support
. The Coordinator will provide leadership and support for CPT’s
Aboriginal Justice Team
(AJT) and, as a member of the Support
Team, will serve as primary link between the project and the rest of CPT. A detailed
job description, qualifications and application materials are available at www.cpt.org/ajt-psc-job-description.

Preferred starting date is 1 September 2013. Appointment will be for a period
of three years, renewable upon mutual agreement.

Need-based stipend of up to $1000/month, and incredibly meaningful work within
a team of kind, gutsy and committed peacemakers.

location: Turtle Island/North America. Must be able to spend time with the team
in Toronto and in the context of partner communities, and to travel elsewhere
occasionally for organizational gatherings.

with the required experience and skills who have not yet been members of CPT
are welcome to apply. If chosen as the most promising applicant, that
individual will need to participate in a CPT delegation or an internship with
the AJT, and month-long training/discernment process 19 July- 19 August in
Chicago, prior to finalizing appointment to this position. The next AJT
delegation is 3-13 May; consider applying for the delegation immediately. https://cpt.org/participate/delegation

is engaged in an organization-wide process of transformation to undo racism and
other oppressions and is working towards more truly reflecting the strong
diversity of God’s creation. Persons of the global majority are encouraged to

hiring@cpt.org with nominations, questions, expressions of interest. Application
materials are due by 2 May 2013.

share this message widely and pray for God’s work through this appointment

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