Due to on-going growth in our business, we’re adding new key team members to manage work in Latin America, Africa, Asia and Canada.
rePlan provides social assessment, advisory and management services around the world. We help companies understand and fulfill their corporate social responsibility – in the boardroom and in the field.
We are a world leader in the preparation and implementation of best-practice Assessment, Resettlement, Housing, Planning, and Capacity Building interventions crafted from consultation, negotiations and collaborative planning among all stakeholders.
rePlan and its close affiliates, planningAlliance and regionalArchitects, are progressive Canadian firms employing over 70 planners, urban designers, architects, engineers, and social scientists and well known for exhaustive consultation with affected communities, emphasis on design excellence, and commitment to sustainability. Visit us at www.replan.ca, www.planningalliance.ca and www.regionalarchitects.com.
Resettlement Project Manager (French/Spanish language)
The Resettlement Project Manager will actively consult clients, affected community members and other stakeholders to ensure the livelihoods and standards of living of displaced people are fully restored or enhanced. S/he will lead community engagement, social impact assessment and stakeholder education, develop and implement Resettlement Action Plans compliant with international standards and best practices, and monitor and manage resettlement activities. Candidates must have at least ten years’ experience developing and implementing RAPs and livelihood restoration programs in settings involving mining or other extractives, disasters or international displacement, and hold a Bachelor’s or higher Degree in a Social Science, Planning, Management, Law, Engineering, Public Affairs or other related discipline.
Community Planner/Designer (French/Spanish language)
The Community Planner/Designer will actively consult with clients, community members and others affected to conceive, design and engage all stakeholders in the planning and design of community and worker housing, and may also monitor and advise on construction. Candidates must have at least five years’ experience leading community consultation and participatory design to plan, design and construct affordable worker and community housing, and hold a Bachelor’s or higher Degree in Architecture, Design or Planning.
Social Scientist (French/Spanish language)
The Social Scientist will lead fieldwork in social impact assessment, social baseline studies, community consultation, participatory planning, and capacity building in communities impacted by resource extraction. Candidates must have at least five years’ experience leading multi-sectoral stakeholder engagement, impact assessment, consultation, sustainable development ,and reporting involving mining or other extractives’ projects, disasters or international displacement, and hold a Graduate Degree in Anthropology, Sociology, Community Development, Social/Human Geography, International Development, or other related discipline.
All candidates for all positions must me be fluent in English and in French and/or Spanish, have a solid track record of contributions to team success, strong interpersonal and relationship skills, and excellent oral and written communication skills.
Based in Toronto or at project sites internationally, incumbents will travel frequently and may live and work in rural and remote areas for extended periods of time.
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