Volunteer Climate Hub Captain Position
Job Title: Climate Hub Captain – Treaty 4 Territory / Regina and Surrounding Area
Job Purpose: Reporting to the EnviroCollective Board of Directors, the Climate Hub Captain (CHC) position is a dynamic volunteer opportunity to influence environmental action in Regina and surrounding communities while being part of a broad national leadership group. You will bring your skills of organization, action and advocacy to understand the local environment, mobilize volunteers, and support local action. You will have access to professional support and an extensive network.
Why Climate Hubs? Community Climate Hubs lie at the confluence of civil society, business, government, and citizens. Political environments are difficult to transform as they rely heavily on diverse and broad-based support for decision-making. Citizens lacking peer-to-peer support are less likely to participate in their democracy. Hubs help provide support for citizens to collectively express their eagerness to transition to a more efficient, healthy and sustainable economy.
What is Climate Change Hub? The Climate Reality Project Canada (Climate Reality Canada) is a charity organization that serves as the Canadian component of a global movement of more than 21,000 diverse and dedicated volunteers, from 154 countries around the world. Local volunteers are needed to help educate the public about the science and impacts of climate change, as well as solutions to address the climate crisis. In April 2020 the EnviroCollective signed a national agreement to become the Regina Community Hub.
Key Responsibilities Include:
• Utilizing a hub and spoke model establish hub roles, recruit and empower hub captains for: policy & research, communications, data, engagement and outreach;
• Establish a portrait of current and necessary climate action in your municipality;
• Understand Regina’s progress on the Federation of Canadian Municipalities Partners for Climate Protection Milestone Framework; • Undertake and foster a productive working relationship with City of Regina elected officials;
• Analyze City of Regina Council and Council committee agendas to determine appropriate response;
• Develop and deliver professional presentations;
• Collect benchmarking metrics for the National Climate League; and
• Draft tactics to achieve success including an annual workplan, longer term strategies.
Further Information on Climate Reality visit Climate Hub Handbook (Hub Handbook)
Interested candidates please send resume along with a cover letter to: