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Digital Content Contributor (EN)

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About the Role

Recruitment Timeline
Job post goes live: July 6th, 2023
Deadline to send in application package: July 20th, 2023
Review of applications: July 20th to July 25th, 2023
Top 4 Interviews: July 25th to July 31st, 2023
Final 2 contributors selection: August 3rd, 2023

Application Process
If you are interested in becoming a Digital Content Contributor for Taharima Habib Consulting, please send your Resume and a writing sample to by 5PM EST, July 20th, 2023.
If you are not selected for the interview part of the recruitment process, you will be notified, but unfortunately there will not be any concrete feedback provided at that time.

Taharima Habib Consulting (THC) is looking for 2 reliable and resourceful freelance digital content contributors to write articles and/or reviews for the THC Blog and the Book Nook.
The Contributors will be producing :
- 1 entry of 300-500 words / month for the Blog
- 1 review (following the existing template) / month for the Book Nook.

If you're into writing about things that matter to you as an employee, student, human, and need some extra money on the side (who doesn't these days) then we invite you to consider applying to become one of our digital content contributors and write for our blog.

If you're an avid reader and have read books about leadership, feminism, culture change, DEI, capacity building, equity, and more, we invite you to consider applying to become a digital content contributor for our Book Nook.

No formal training or degree needed to write about what you care about.

The successful freelance contributors will be working with Taharima Habib to pitch topics to cover in blogs and book reviews that are relevant to the THC audience. The contributors are expected to be independent and able to properly manage their time with other projects while still being able to meet deadlines set together for the drafts and finalized posts.

Taharima Habib and the contributors will meet in a quarterly fashion to evaluate the story pitches for the upcoming months and determine deadlines together as a team.

The contributors will be paid 0.20 CAD/word for all blog entries after final edits.
The contributors will be paid a flat amount of 100 CAD/book review for the Book Nook.
The contributors are encouraged to add GST/HST and/or QST to the total amount with proper registration numbers appearing on all invoices.
Taharima Habib Consulting provides equal employment opportunities to all employees, freelance contractors and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, provincial or local laws.

This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.


  • Excellent writing and editing skills in English and/or French;

  • Excellent organizational skills and time management;

  • Independent and resourceful;

  • Knowledgeable about the Canadian nonprofit and charity sector and its challenges (funding, recruitment, payscale, employee retention, mental health support, etc.);

  • Strong communications skills;

  • Strong attention to details, passion for storytelling;

  • Passionate about DEI, restorative justice, feminist leadership, compassionate leadership and collaborative approaches.

About the Company

Taharima Habib Consulting is a WOC-owned practice that offers the structures that maximise our clients' projects' impact on their audience and community. We meet our clients where they are and walk towards change together.

How we create change:

**Embracing the Uncomfortable**
- The uncomfortable and challenging tasks of introspection, identification of blind spots, and dismantling of internalised biases are essential to the work towards genuine allyship and systems change.

**Asking: Who’s Missing?**
- Be aware of who’s voice is not in the room where decisions are being made is the only the first step towards meaningful DEI practices. The next step is working to change the room to include the missing people.

**Honestly Showing Up**
- We are here for individuals and leaders who actively want to expand their toolkit to better support their staff and teammates. Our services are built for clients who want to put in the work to see the results.

**Asking: If Not Me, Who?**
- Let’s flip the script here. As a leader, if it isn’t your voice that’s the loudest in the room championing a cause, whose can it be? How can you delegate your work and spotlight in a way that uplifts those you lead?

Our services are developed with a lot of care and practice. We make sure that every iteration of a workshop, a design, a plan comes with ample room for learning that will improve future iterations. In short, it’s always getting better!

​Our goal is to make sure that you are getting the most out of your experience with us, which means that these services are matched to your needs and personal objectives during an initial free 30-minute consultation. Discover the many ways for you and your team to learn about, build and sustain inclusive systems in a personal and professional setting.

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