A key part of KUC’s ministry is working towards reconciliation with Indigenous people in Canada. This means acknowledging the painful history, in which the United Church played a role. It also means working towards making connections and renewing relationships, and implementing the recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Report. This project is funded by a grant from the United Church of Canada, Justice and Reconciliation Fund, which provides money for projects such as this.
Part of KUC’s reconciliation plan is to undergo a process of investigating and implementing cultural safety at the church. To do so, we wish to hire a short term consultant to assess the church’s operations and approach, and provide a report making specific recommendations on how cultural safety could be improved upon at the church.
This position is 50 hours in total, with a rate of $30 per hour. These hours will be split between visiting and assessing key church programs and groups, facilitating a community engagement session, and creating a report.
For more information, please click on the following link: Indigenous Cultural Safety Consultant