Our team will be developing an online adaptation of the BU trauma awareness workshop that was launched last fall. The new online version will be entitled “Trauma Awareness: Building Connections and Resilience Together” This work is meant to promote knowledge of the consequences of adversity and destigmatize the many ways that trauma affects us.

Notre équipe est en développement d’une adaptation en ligne de la formation sensible aux traumas donnés à BU l’automne dernier. La nouvelle formation sera intitulée: “Sensibilité aux traumas: construire ensemble la connexion et la résilience”. Ce travail vise à promouvoir les connaissances autour de l’adversité et ses conséquences, pour déstigmatiser les multiples façons que le trauma nous affecte tous.

Skills and requirements:

  • Creation of basic online learning activities in Moodle, such as short-answer responses, cloze exercises, multiple choice questions, etc., to assess participant comprehension of trauma awareness curriculum
  • Moodle familiarity
  • Strong reading/writing proficiency in either English or French
  • Bilingualism in French and English (an asset)
  • BU student (priority given to students with a background in education) who can legally work in Canada and in good academic standing
  • Interest in trauma awareness work

Tasks: The successful candidate will attend team meetings after having familiarized themselves with the course content. The student will collaborate with the team to develop basic learning activities to assess basic participant comprehension at the end of each module in both French and English.

Compensation will be a flat rate of $500 (less applicable taxes) for a maximum of 20 hours of work from February 21st until May 1st.

Hiring process:

Please send your CV and cover letter to Amy Abe at aabe@ubishops.ca by the 22nd of February (midnight). In-person interviews will be held on campus the week of February 26th.