Toronto and York Region Métis Community

Consultant Equity 7 Diversity EDHR (Gender-Based and Intimate Partner Violence)

January 29, 2024

Job ID: 43147

Job Category: Human Resources

Division & Section: People & Equity, Equity & Human Rights

Work Location: CITY HALL, 100 Queen St W, Toronto, ON

Job Type & Duration: Full-time, Temporary, 12 monthS

Salary: $93,500.00 – $119,274.00, TM1248, WG6.5

Shift Information: Monday to Friday, 35 hours per week 

Affiliation: Non-Union

Number of Positions Open: 1 

Posting Period: 23-JAN-2024 to 06-FEB-2024

The primary function of this role is to develop, implement & evaluate various projects related to equity and inclusion initiatives, and gender-based and intimate partner violence. Other responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:

Major Responsibilities:

Key Qualifications:

  1. Experiences in the development, implementation and evaluation of equity, diversity and inclusion policies, programs and initiatives within a large public or private sector organization;
  2. Experience with service equity and influencing organizational change strategies
  3. Experience facilitating and coordinating advisory and consultation processes involving elected officials, staff, and external partners, including the ability to maintain effective working relationships;
  4. Project management experience, managing complex gender-based and intimate partner violence assignments from inception through to implementation with minimal direction while resolving conflicts and balancing political, community and other stakeholder interests.
  5. Experience co-designing and implementing collaborative action plans and initiatives to address gender-based and intimate partner violence. 
  6. Superior knowledge and understanding of the dynamics of gender-based and intimate partner violence, and the systemic factors that contribute to abuse.
  7. Well-developed awareness and understanding of the health, safety and lethality issues related to gender-based and intimate partner violence.
  8. Knowledge of community resources and the justice system as it relates to gender-based and intimate partner violence.
  9. Formal or informal training in trauma-informed approaches and intersectional frameworks (anti-racist, anti-colonial, anti-sexist, etc.) preferred
  10. Ability to evaluate future implications of gender-based and intimate partner violence strategies and consider the outcomes of situations that could result from decisions.
  11. Knowledge of the barriers experienced by equity deserving women, girls and gender-diverse people.
  12. Strong ability to perform research, analysis and report writing.
  13. Post-secondary education in a discipline pertinent to the job function or the equivalent combination of education and/or experience.
  14. Strong analytical skills with the ability to collect, organize, test and analyze complex information with attention to detail and accuracy; experience in interpretation and reporting of qualitative and/or quantitative data.
  15. Demonstrated ability to operate as a highly organized, fully accountable project leader and as a self-directed and effective team member, including the ability to track and evaluate program/project progress and success
  16. Highly developed sense of discretion, judgement, diplomacy and political acumen to deal with sensitive and confidential issues;
  17. Strong interpersonal and communication skills, written and oral, and negotiation/problem solving skills at all organizational levels;
  18. Advanced working experience in Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint; experience working with Microsoft Access is an asset.
  19. Lived experience as a member of an Indigenous, Black and/or equity-deserving group is an asset.

Equity, Diversity and Inclusion

The City is an equal opportunity employer, dedicated to creating a workplace culture of inclusiveness that reflects the diverse residents that we serve. Learn more about the City’s commitment to employment equity.


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