mobilization coordinator

For more than 15 years, Parole d’excluEs has been contributing to a change in society through an innovative approach to citizen mobilization and collective action. The organization has developed a model of action that starts from the needs expressed by people in situations of social exclusion and poverty to develop collective projects to transform the economic and political system. Citizens participate fully as actors, alongside practitioners and researchers. Our actions of mobilization and accompaniment of citizen approaches are deployed from community housing and have led to a variety of projects ranging from local health initiatives to the creation of enterprises in social and solidarity economy.

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1. Support, accompaniment and supervision of the team of mobilization officers and citizen projects
• Plan and follow up on mobilization activities, projects and events in the field;
• Support and accompany citizens in projects and initiatives promoting individual and collective empowerment
and sustainable social transformation.
• Provide support and accompaniment to the mobilization officers on each of the sites and projects under their
• Contribute to strengthening the skills and competencies of the mobilization team.

2. Development of strategies and tools for mobilization, facilitation and support
• Design and develop mobilization strategies in line with the mission and approach of the organization;
• Support the development of mobilization strategies within citizens' committees;
• Develop participatory processes and mobilization and facilitation practices that promote greater citizen involvement.

3. Contribute to the strategic and organizational development of the organization
• Contribute to the strategic and operational decisions of the coordination committee;
• Promote the appropriation of our mobilization approach with employees and our partners;
• Contribute to the process of strategic reflection on the issues and action model of Word excluded;
• Collaborate in annual planning and activity reports;
• Budget activities and track expenses in line with planning.

Requirements (training, skills, abilities):

• Education: Undergraduate studies in social work, community action or intervention, communication (human
relations profile), sociology or other related fields;
• Graduate study in a related field an asset;
• Field experience of at least 3 years in mobilization, intervention, animation or citizen participation;
• Experience in coordinating teams and projects;
• Mastery of innovative, creative and culturally adapted intervention, animation and citizen mobilization
• Experience in popular education and/or empowerment;
• Mobilizing leadership and ability to work in a team;
• Initiative, autonomy and creativity;
• Good communication skills;
• Excellent ability to analyze and understand socio-economic issues;
• Human rights skills an asset;
• Very good sense of organization;
• Fluency in spoken and written French and knowledge of another language an asset;
• Knowledge of Office Suite software (Word, Excel, Outlook) and Office 365.

Working conditions:

In order to support the development of our action and our organization, we are looking for a person ready to take up a stimulating professional challenge at the heart of a dynamic work environment that promotes people's autonomy, creativity, innovation, trust and transparency, while ensuring that the expected results are achieved.

• Full-time job, between 30 and 35 hours/week;
• Flexibility of working hours;
• Requires occasional evening and weekend work;
• Salary between $34.34/hour and $38.38/hour, depending on experience.
• Annual holidays: 4 weeks after 1 year and 2 weeks during the holiday period;
• 10 days of sick and social leave:
• Comprehensive group insurance program after 3 months;
• Main place of work: Montreal North.
• Desired start of employment: Early April 2023

How to apply:

Send us your resume before Sunday 19th march, 2023 and a cover letter by email to

Only successful applicants will be contacted.

Parole d’excluEs subscribes to the principle of equal access to employment and encourages persons belonging to a discriminated group (for example, culturally diverse persons, persons living with functional limitations, aboriginal persons, etc.) to apply and to emphasize their membership in their application. We recognize diplomas and experience acquired abroad. The masculine generic is used in this text only in order to lighten the form and facilitate the reading.