SNIWWOC Job Opportunity: Program & Events Coordinator


SNIWWOC is committed to the empowerment of women. We operate from a holistic and integrated service model that addresses the social, cultural and political realities of immigrant and Indigenous communities, using a reproductive justice framework that prioritizes food, art, and education. We are one of a handful of reproductive justice organizations in the country, focusing on the wellbeing of Indigenous women and women of colour. 

We believe that women and girls live a life free from violence, they can fully realize and exercise their sexual and reproductive health and rights. When young people have access to accurate information and services on sexual and reproductive health, they can make informed decisions about their bodies and lives. 

About the Position:

The Program & Events Coordinator will be responsible for developing and maintaining the events and programs operated by SNIWWOC. A particular focus will be on expanding programming for underserved communities and developing programs that can be replicated outside the Victoria area.

Location: Victoria, BC 

Position Type: Part-time with remote work possible (15hrs/week) 

Timeline: September 2019 – September 2020 (with potential to become permanent)

Compensation: $21/hr + benefits 

Deadline: Wednesday, September 25 2019 at midnight 

How to apply: Send applications in PDF to, subject line ‘Program & Events Coordinator’


  • Organizes and implements all SNIWWOC events

  • Chairs the events team and trains staff and volunteers for large-scale or high-profile events

  • Serves as the point of contact for attendees and guests, including VIPs

  • De-briefs events with senior staff and board of directors.

  • Support the development of new programs to reach underserved communities

  • Promoting new and existing programs and events on social media

  • Represents SNIWWOC at community events


  • One or more years of experience in non-profit program and events management

  • One or more years of experience working with racialized women

  • Ability to multi-task

  • Strong organizational, communication, leadership, and time-management skills

  • Must be able to work independently and as part of a team

  • Evidence of superior oral and written communication skills

  • Knowledge of contract negotiation; communications, marketing, or hospitality

  • Some weekend/evening hours