Current Opportunities

Multimedia Creator (full or part-time)

Since launching in October 2016, the We Matter Campaign has reached millions of people on social media, with continued social media reach and growth. The Campaign has received widespread support on both a national and community level for approaching Indigenous mental health and life promotion in a unique and extremely accessible way. We Matter’s work as an Indigenous-led organization includes sharing messages of hope, culture, and strength; finding innovative ways of creating and distributing messaging into remote and northern areas; building a support network of youth and community leaders; and creating tools and resources on mental health, life promotion, hardship, hope, and healing for Indigenous youth, teachers, and youth support workers.

We believe Indigenous youth are healers and changemakers, and with the right support, capacity, and resources, can be the ones to inspire and uplift other Indigenous youth and their communities. The We Matter Campaign is the central hub of all our work, encompassing social media, We Matter videos, the We Matter website, special video and campaign projects, ongoing video and art submissions, and online outreach and promotion. Working closely with the Social Media & Outreach Coordinator, the Multimedia Creator will act as the lead support in creating unique custom content for and amplifying the We Matter Campaign through various multimedia.

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Closing Date: February 29th, 2020 at 11:59pm EST

Organization: We Matter

Work Location: Home-based (anywhere in Canada)

Executive Director

We Matter is an Indigenous-led and youth-centered organization and registered charity dedicated to Indigenous youth support, hope and life promotion. Our mission is to communicate to Indigenous youth that they matter, and create spaces of support for those going through a hard time while fostering unity and resiliency.

Our founding project, the We Matter Campaign, is a national multi-media campaign in which Indigenous role models and allies from across Canada submit short videos, written and artistic messages sharing their own experiences of overcoming hardships, and communicating with Indigenous youth that no matter how hopeless life can feel, there is always a way forward.

We Matter operates nationally in Canada, with a small team spread across British Columbia, Saskatchewan and Ontario. Visit us at www.wemattercampaign.org.

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Closing Date: May 31st, 2020

Organization: We Matter

Work Location: Home-based (anywhere in Canada)