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Programming and Events Coordinator @ P10

May 5, 2019 @ 11:59 PM

[Version Française dispo sur notre site web, et dans le document qui suit!]

Who we are looking for:
The hired employee will support youth, staff and facilitators in providing participants of P10 with programming and events that speak specifically to the most marginalized members of the communities we aim to uplift. This employee, with the youth services co-coordinator, will organize regular programming and events, outreach for the JQY program, and work with all the staff to ensure the upkeep of Project 10 as an organization and to envision our future.

The ideal candidate is someone who has strong connections to LGBTQ2S+ and BIPoC communities and a strong understanding of harm-reduction, empowerment-based community practice, and youth-led programming. This person should be able to think and work collectively, but also be self-motivated and self-directed when leading a project. We also encourage folks with story-telling experience and knowledge of artistic communities in Tiotia:ke, so called ‘Montreal,’ to apply.

About the organization:
Project 10 is a by and for youth organization. We aim to offer a safe(r) space to youth (14-25) who experience multiple and intersecting oppressions, relating to marginalized sexual and gender identities, including but not exclusively lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, two-spirit, intersex, queer and questioning youth and young adults.
Through advocacy and education, using harm reduction and anti-oppressive approaches, Project 10 aims to facilitate the empowerment of youth at individual, community, and institutional levels with particular emphasis on mental and sexual-well being as well as providing youth with the skills, tools and support to be leaders in their own communities.

Project 10 is located in l’Asterisk, and therefore we share our space with Alterhéros, Jeunesse Lambda, Gender Creative Kids Canada and the Montreal Coalition of LGBT Youth Groups.

Employment Equity
Project 10 recognizes the unique contributions of people who experience marginalization or oppression and invites people who are Indigenous, racialized, People of Colour, women, lesbian, bisexual, trans, gender non-conforming, people with disability(es)*, working class, HIV+, previously incarcerated, migrant, in particular to apply. Project 10, as a youth organization, encourages those that are near our age mandate to apply.

(Unfortunately, those under 18 are not eligible, nor are current or recent Project 10 service users**.)

If you wish to be considered for employment equity, you may select the option in the form to apply for this position. We do not require applicants to specify the basis on which they are applying for employment equity; you do not need to disclose your reasons if you do not wish to do so, but you will have the option if you choose.

*Project 10 is not located in a wheelchair accessible space.

** We define recent service users as people who have active relationships with people currently benefiting from Project 10 programmes or services (with the exception of the Gender Gear program)

About the Post:
Youth Programming (75%):

  • Engage youth to direct and evaluate programming
  • Coordinate details of the programming including activities, guest speakers, food and external site visits to arts, culture, or heritage centres
  • Recruit and support QTBIPoC youth to participate in the programming and events.
  • Support with fundraising applications and reporting for the program, as requested
  • Hire, evaluate, and supervise a summer staff, with support from the staff and board
  • Build and maintain relationships with partners in LGBTQIA and BIPoC communities as well as artists, media makers, and funding partners
  • Document the program for future years, including creating a zine of QTBIPoC youth artwork over summer 2019 and tracking program statistics
  • Oversee finissage event(s), including an August and February showcase
  • Lead the evaluation process to support next iterations of QTBIPoC youth programming at P10

Jeune Queer Youth (10%)

  • Attend monthly meetings with the JQY Team. Some months require more meetings with the planning of JQY Leadership Summits that occur twice a year
  • Youth outreach: Promoting the program to encourage queer and trans youth to apply for funding
  • Help with decision making within the project alliance (ACCM, ASTT(e)Q, Coalition of Montreal LGBT Youth Groups and RÉZO Santé)
  • Support in the supervision of youth projects
  • Support in the planning and execution of JQY Leadership Summits

Collective Work (15%)

  • Share day-to-day office responsibilities with the co-coordinators including attending weekly staff meetings, maintaining a working office, cleaning up general area after events, debriefs between staff as needed.
  • Maintain Project 10’s online presence, including promoting our events and services and those of partner organizations and documenting major events to be included in our newsletter
  • Long term vision of organization, including participating in visioning and organizational development

An ideal candidate will have..
At Projet 10, we recognize the value of lived experience as well as paid and unpaid work. We encourage applications from candidates who meet many or all of the following qualifications:

  • Strong experience in program design and delivery, especially arts-based and youth-led programming
  • Significant relationships to Black, Indigenous, and people of colour communities
  • Knowledge of LGBTQ2S+ youth realities, as well as knowledge of intersectionality, anti-oppression, harm-reduction
  • Fluent in English (spoken & written)
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Experience working autonomously and collaboratively with a small team, as well as partnering with other organizations


  • Knowledge of QTBIPOC histories and organizing in Montréal
  • Resourceful with technology and social media (like Facebook, WordPress, etc)
  • Interest in developing storytelling techniques and projects
  • Event planning experience, including connections to MTL artists and performers
  • Knowledge of diverse religious & racialized communities in Montréal
  • Fluency in languages other than English

Compensation, support structure, and contract details:
Salary is $20.92/hour. The employee is eligible for health days, vacation, and $1000 annually in health and wellness expenses. As well, the employee will have access to $1000 for training and development of their choosing.

This contract extends to March 31, 2020 with possibility of renewal depending on funding capacity.

The employee will have support from an internal supervisor (from the board), an external supervisor (of their choosing) and the P10 staff.

To Apply:

Please fill out the following Google questionnaire in

and be sure to upload your CV in PDF format at the end. You can change your answers after you have submitted them up to the deadline date: Sunday, May 5th, 2019 at 11:59pm. Long answer questions must be answered within a maximum of 750 words. Please note that we cannot retrieve answers in the case of an error with the form – please keep a copy of your answers external to the document. If you have any problems with the form, please send an email to apply@p10.qc.ca.

All candidates will receive a confirmation message upon receipt of their application but only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Interviews will be held the week of May 12, 2019.

Candidate is expected to begin Monday, June 3, 2019.

Application deadline: Sunday, May 5 2019 at 11:59pm.

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May 5, 2019
11:59 PM
Event Category:


Québec Canada


Projet 10


May 5, 2019
11:59 PM
Event Category:


Québec Canada


Projet 10