Wapikoni Mobile is hiring! We are looking for a responsible, detail-oriented, tactful, and creative person to work on funding requests and follow-ups with the organization’s financial partners as our next Funding and Partnerships Agent. 

If you believe in the transformative power of art, are interested in the expression and promotion of Indigenous cultures, and wish to contribute to the development of strategies that will enhance their influence on society…

If you love Wapikoni and feel motivated to secure funding sources to support its mission while sharing its vision with its partners…

If you are curious by nature and aware of societal issues, interested in seeking funding opportunities and ready to go out and network looking your best…

If you love working on projects and bring out their essence and awareness goals in a concise way…

If you are an expert at reading between the lines, making sense of projects and matching ideas with financial support (i.e. you can read and understand funding programs’ requirements and send proposals for the organization’s activities)…

If you are passionate about writing and about collecting, analyzing and summarizing multiple pieces of information about activities, and if you feel inspired by Wapikoni’s influence and have a knack for writing and hitting a precise word count…

If no punctuation mistake stands a chance with you, you can read and understand every line in a budget and you have a keen eye for detail…

If you can multitask without losing your cool and find motivation in the prospect of another deadline and your adaptability is a great asset…

If you show initiative and great team spirit and love developing collaborations…

Well, you might be the one we are looking for!

● Excellent written and oral skills in English and French
● Excellent writing skills in French (in English, an asset)
● Experience seeking funding opportunities and drafting funding requests
● Good knowledge of funders and funding programs in Canada
● Experience seeking funding opportunities in the private sector
● Interest in philanthropy
● Good knowledge of Indigenous environments, cultures and values
● Good knowledge of the cultural ecosystem
● Proficiency with MS Office

 … has good analytical and summarizing skills; is thorough and professional, courteous and detail-oriented; has good organization skills and adaptability; is flexible, curious and resourceful; can handle pressure and teamwork; has good general knowledge and cross-cultural adaptability; knows the Indigenous context in Quebec and Canada (an asset).

SCHEDULE: 5 days/week (37.5 hours)
HOURLY WAGE: According to the organization’s pay scale
ANNUAL VACATION: 3 weeks in the first year
GROUP INSURANCE starting after the 6-month probationary period

Please email a resume and a motivation letter or video before 11:59 p.m. on May 21, 2021, at Make sure that you include the position you are applying for in the subject line.

Interviews will be held during the week of May 24, 2021. The selected candidate will start working mid-June. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Applications will be reviewed continually, so you may receive an invitation before the end of this posting.

Please note that while Indigenous applications are preferred*, we value cross-cultural perspectives. We also recognize that access to professional experience is still difficult for many—most staffing, integration and job retention policies are still disadvantaging Indigenous, black, racialized, deaf and disabled people—and we believe in decolonizing the notion of excellence. We understand that skills can be developed with personal motivation and community experience. 

Are you interested in applying, but unsure about your qualifications? Please don’t hesitate to apply and let us know that you would like to join our team! All Indigenous applications are reviewed carefully to see how they can contribute to our mission or how we can help them develop their skills.