Civic Engage has an exciting job opening as part of a Canada-wide engagement project on our country’s energy future:

Temporary Employment Opportunity:
The Centre for Dialogue’s Civic Engage Program is hiring a Dialogue and Public Engagement Coordinator for an exciting, pan-Canadian engagement project. The Dialogue and Public Engagement Coordinator will help to implement participatory research projects with stakeholders and members of the public through the delivery and support of public engagement initiatives. The main focus will be on supporting five Regional Citizens’ Dialogues and one National Citizens’ Dialogue that the Centre is implementing in partnership with Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) as part of the Generation Energy public consultation.The dialogues will be deliberative in nature, resulting in high-quality citizen input into Canada’s energy future,with a specific focus on the 2030-2050 time frame for meeting Canada’s 2050 greenhouse gas reduction targets while maintaining a healthy economy.
About Civic Engage:
Civic Engage formalizes the commitment of Simon Fraser University’s Centre for Dialogue to increase the capacity of governments and citizens to work collaboratively on policy decisions. The program leverages the Centre for Dialogue’s status as a neutral facilitator and reputation as a globally-recognized centre for knowledge and practice in dialogue. Focus areas include capacity building, direct services, research, and public forums.
About Simon Fraser University’s Centre for Dialogue:
Simon Fraser University’s Centre for Dialogue uses dialogue to generate non-partisan and constructive communication around difficult topics. We partner with government, business, and community groups to explore critical issues that impact the social, economic, environmental, and cultural well-being of our communities.
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