College of the Rockies Student/Alumni
Short-term Contract Position

Black History Month Online Event Coordination

The College of the Rockies Faculty Association (CORFA) is looking to grant a short-term contract to a student or alumni of the College of the Rockies to organize an online event or series of online events during Black History Month (February 2021). The online event(s) will be open to the faculty, employees and students of the College of the Rockies. Some current ideas for an event/events include but are not limited to: a keynote speaker, speakers’ panel or another form of online discussion/awareness campaign.

CORFA is looking for applications from students and/or alumni who may be interested in working with a small group of volunteer faculty members to coordinate, market and manage the online event(s) during Black History Month. The successful applicant will be the team leader on event execution, however, will receive support and mentorship from faculty and team leader(s).

This role is a paid contract position and will run between January 15th and March 18th 2022, depending on the successful candidate’s schedule and availability. The full amount of this contract position is $1,000 based on a rate of $20/hour and the anticipated workload of 50 hours, spread over the contract position. . As this is a contract position, the successful candidate will be paid biweekly and the candidate will be personally responsible to pay any applicable income taxes and WorkSafe BC premiums.

General Responsibilities for Black History Month Online Event(s) Coordination:
• In collaboration with the faculty team, develop and manage a virtual event plan
• Attend online weekly meetings with a faculty team
• Coordinate registration and technology platform(s)
• Review all communications for accuracy and consistency
• Be available and assist with any needs during live event(s)
• Conduct a post-event debrief/review and provide necessary event data

Candidate Skills/Requirements:
• Experience and/or passion for coordinating/developing events
• Knowledge of virtual events and delivery process
• Strong communication/customer service skills
• Ability to define project scope and time requirements
• Project management awareness
• Attention to detail
• Understanding of “Black experiences” and “Black history” within Canada and the local

Preference for this contract position will be given to a current student and/or recent alumni
candidates who self-identify as being a person of colour (POC).

In order to apply for this contract position, please send a resume and brief cover letter
via email to:

Ben Tippett – .

Any questions may also be directed by email to Ben at the email addresses
listed above.

The application deadline for this contract position is January 13, 2022.

Thank you for all that apply. Only those who will be selected for an interview will be contacted.