Wapikoni Mobile is accepting applications for the Filmmaker Mentor and Youth Outreach Worker positions throughout the year. The interview period occurs between December and March, with the exception of particular needs during the year.
Wapikoni mobile is a traveling audio-visual training studio that has been visiting Indigenous communities in Quebec and Canada since 2004. Wapikoni is seeking to engage filmmakers-mentors whom could work for a month in an Indigenous community for a training stopover during our 2017 season. The main goal of a filmmaker-mentor is to guide Indigenous participants in the creation of a short film while teaching and training participants in the various facets of filmmaking. The individual will work in conjunction and collaboration with another filmmaker-mentor, a youth outreach worker, a local coordinator and training assistant from the community. In short, the individual will help Indigenous individuals express themselves through the medium of film. //www.wapikoni.ca/about/jobs-offer/filmmaker-mentor
YOUTH OUTREACH WORKER
Wapikoni mobile is a traveling audio-visual training studio that has been visiting Indigenous communities in Quebec and Canada since 2004. Wapikoni is looking to engage a youth outreach worker who would work for a month within one of the several Indigenous communities for a stopover. The main mandate of the youth outreach worker is to provide psychological support to the participants. The mandate also includes ensuring a link between the community, Wapikoni Mobile and other partners, and providing support to the filmmaking projects and participants. This person will work in conjunction with two filmmaker-mentors, a local coordinator and training assistant from the community. //www.wapikoni.ca/about/jobs-offer/youth-outreach-worker