Mission: Chantiers jeunesse is a non-profit organization created in 1980 to promote the development of young and engaged citizens between the ages of 15 and 30. It allows youth to increase their potential and gain new skills while helping a local community better their living environment. They also get to discover a new region in Canada or a new country (more than 35). These projects are made possible with local and international partners who encourage harmony and diversity. Chantiers jeunesse provides different ways for youth to involve themselves and increase their potential!

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Partnership Coordinator
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  • Application deadline: September 15, 2019
  • Start date: September 30, 2019
  • Employment type: indefinite term
  • Work schedule: full-time—35 hrs/week (flexible and variable schedule)
  • Annual wage: $45,500 to $63,700 according to experience + 5% RRSP + phone plan + extended vacation days according to experience
  • Other information: bilingualism required (French and English)
  • Address: 4545 Pierre-De Coubertin Avenue, Montréal (QC) (Pie-IX metro station)

If you’re looking for a job where you can use your skills to help youth develop their full potential and work with a dynamic, sharp and growing team, look no further!

Mission: Chantiers jeunesse is a non-profit organization created in 1980 to promote the development of young and engaged citizens between the ages of 15 and 30. It allows youth to increase their potential and gain new skills while helping a local community better their living environment. They also get to discover a new region in Canada or a new country (more than 35). These projects are made possible with local and international partners who encourage harmony and diversity. Chantiers jeunesse provides different ways for youth to involve themselves and increase their potential!

Context: We are expanding our team for the 2nd implementation phase of our pan-Canadian program Leadership in Your Own Hands that will soon celebrate its 2nd anniversary. The program is funded by Canada Service Corps.

Chantiers jeunesse believes that a diverse team is stronger. So, Indigenous people, members of visible minorities, individuals from ethnic minorities and people with disabilities are more than welcome to apply.

Job Description: PARTNERSHIP COORDINATOR

In close collaboration with the whole team, the partnership coordinator will work to establish different partnership types. The three targeted partnership types are:

  • Hosting partners: in collaboration with the volunteer camps coordinator, promote the benefits of involving a group of young volunteers in their community projects to municipalities and NPOs.
  • Recruitment partners: in order to ensure our programs’ promotion and the specific support required for youth, it’s important to create partnerships across Canada with youth, newcomer and rural organizations, those helping youth living with a disability, people living below the poverty line and young parents as well as those working with Indigenous and LGBTQ2+ communities.
  • Financial partners: if need be and in collaboration with the finance committee, solicit private companies, foundations or governments.

In other words, the tasks will be:

Partnership Management

  • Identify the partnership type and geographic regions based on goals and strategic planning
  • Solicit new partners or continue the process with current contacts
  • Negotiate partnership terms
  • Participate in various youth, engagement or target audience coalitions to share ideas and best practices
  • Review partnership results and revise partnership strategy

Visibility and Communication

  • Represent the organization at promotional events
  • Attend networking events
  • Write reports and reviews
  • Prepare content and documentation for partners

Human Resources Management

  • Supervise volunteers (alumni) during promotional events
  • Supervise interns (occasionally)

Finances and Budget

  • Participate in applying for funds or grants and writing reports
  • Help implement a sponsorship plan

Required Profile

Skills:

  • Practical, responsible and well organized (intrapreneurial management within the organization)
  • Self-sufficient and proactive
  • Great ability to communicate effectively
  • Detailed-oriented
  • Capable of working alone or in a team

Job Requirements:

  • Have a degree in social sciences, community development, management or a related field, or relevant life experience
    • Having real-life experience is an important asset. Chantiers jeunesse strongly values life expertise and will take into consideration the candidate’s lived experience instead of their formal education.
  • Have knowledge and concrete achievements in partnership development and management
  • Be fluent in written and spoken French and English

Other Conditions:

  • Understand the community sector in different Canadian provinces (asset)
  • Have representation and negotiation skills
  • Have intercultural experience (asset)
  • Possess a valid driver’s license
  • Be able to travel in Greater Montréal and for a few days on several occasions, elsewhere in Canada
  • Be available for a few evenings and occasionally on weekends

How to Apply

Send a cover letter and résumé to cj@cj.qc.ca before 11:59 p.m. on September 15.

Please name your documents as follows:

  • LAST NAME_First name_Coordo_resume
  • LAST NAME_First name_Coordo_letter

We would like to thank all the applicants for their interest. The interviews will be held on September 17, 18, 24 and 25.

Outreach and Development Officer
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  • Application deadline: September 15, 2019
  • Start date: September 30, 2019
  • Employment type: indefinite term
  • Work schedule: full-time—35 hrs/week (flexible and variable schedule)
  • Annual wage: $36,400 to $45,500 according to experience + 5% RRSP + phone plan + extended vacation days according to experience
  • Other information: bilingualism required (French and English)
  • Work address: 22 Church Street, Moncton (NB)

If you’re looking for a job where you can use your skills to help youth develop their full potential and work with a dynamic, sharp and growing team, look no further!

Mission: Chantiers jeunesse is a non-profit organization created in 1980 to promote the development of young and engaged citizens between the ages of 15 and 30. It allows youth to increase their potential and gain new skills while helping a local community better their living environment. They also get to discover a new region in Canada or a new country (more than 35). These projects are made possible with local and international partners who encourage harmony and diversity. Chantiers jeunesse provides different ways for youth to involve themselves and increase their potential!

Context: We are expanding our team for the 2nd implementation phase of our pan-Canadian program Leadership in Your Own Hands that will soon celebrate its 2nd anniversary. The program is funded by Canada Service Corps. The Moncton office is scheduled to open on September 30 and will not only serve New Brunswick, but also all Maritime provinces.

Chantiers jeunesse believes that a diverse team is stronger. So, Indigenous people, members of visible minorities, individuals from ethnic minorities and people with disabilities are more than welcome to apply.

Job Description: OUTREACH AND DEVELOPMENT OFFICER

Under the immediate supervision of the program director, the outreach and development officer will be in charge of recruiting, following up with volunteers, leading training events and volunteer camps as well as soliciting partners in the Maritime provinces and ensuring the organization’s presence there. In other words, their tasks will include, among others:

Volunteer Management

  • Recruit volunteers (program participants), in particular at kiosks
  • Involve volunteers—ensure a follow-up from their application to their participation at the volunteer camp (answer their questions, make sure they stay motivated, follow up on administrative and logistical matters, etc.)
  • Supervise and support a volunteer at the Moncton office who will promote volunteering among youth

Leadership

  • Lead the training weekends for the future volunteers
  • Lead a volunteer camp once a year (two- to three-week-long)

Activities Management

  • Solicit hosting partners
  • Solicit recruiting partners
  • Manage the visibility and travel budget for the Maritime provinces
  • Participate in the administrative and logistical steps to finalize the Moncton office’s opening
  • Monitor the volunteer camp budget they’ve led

Visibility

  • Organize visibility, representation and recruitment events for the Maritime provinces
  • Ensure the organization is represented at promotional events
  • Post on social networks (occasionally)

Required Profile

Skills

  • Practical, responsible and well organized (intrapreneurial management within the organization)
  • Self-sufficient and proactive
  • Great ability to communicate effectively
  • Detailed-oriented
  • Capable of working alone or in a team

Job Requirements

  • Have a degree in facilitation, community development, teaching, social sciences or a related field, or relevant life experience
    • Having real-life experience is an important asset. Chantiers jeunesse strongly values life expertise and will take into consideration the candidate’s lived experience instead of their formal education.
  • Be fluent in written and spoken French and English

Other Conditions

  • Have intercultural experience, such as participating in a volunteer camp or leading one (asset)
  • Be skilled in managing volunteer resources
  • Be familiar with community action and social development
  • Have experience with different clienteles such as Indigenous people, teenagers (15 to 17 years old), newcomers, young families, youth living below the poverty line or with a disability, etc.
  • Hold a Class 4B licence or be able to obtain it at their own expense no later than 3 months after being hired
  • Be able to travel for a few days on several occasions in the Maritime provinces and Montréal
  • Be available for a few evenings and occasionally on weekends

How to Apply

Send a cover letter and résumé to cj@cj.qc.ca before 11:59 p.m. on September 15.

Please name your documents as follows:

  • LAST NAME_First name_OutreachMoncton_resume
  • LAST NAME_First name_OutreachMoncton_letter

We would like to thank all the applicants for their interest. The interviews will be held on September 20 and 21.

Outreach Officer and Technological Educator
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  • Application deadline: September 15, 2019
  • Start date: September 30, 2019
  • Employment type: indefinite term
  • Work schedule: full-time—35 hrs/week (flexible and variable schedule)
  • Annual wage: $36,400 to $45,500 according to experience + 5% RRSP + phone plan + extended vacation days according to experience
  • Other information: bilingualism required (French and English)
  • Address: 4545 Pierre-De Coubertin Avenue, Montréal (QC) (Pie-IX metro station)

If you’re looking for a job where you can use your skills to help youth develop their full potential and work with a dynamic, sharp and growing team, look no further!

Mission: Chantiers jeunesse is a non-profit organization created in 1980 to promote the development of young and engaged citizens between the ages of 15 and 30. It allows youth to increase their potential and gain new skills while helping a local community better their living environment. They also get to discover a new region in Canada or a new country (more than 35). These projects are made possible with local and international partners who encourage harmony and diversity. Chantiers jeunesse provides different ways for youth to involve themselves and increase their potential!

Context: We are expanding our team for the 2nd implementation phase of our pan-Canadian program Leadership in Your Own Hands that will soon celebrate its 2nd anniversary. The program is funded by Canada Service Corps.

Chantiers jeunesse believes that a diverse team is stronger. So, Indigenous people, members of visible minorities, individuals from ethnic minorities and people with disabilities are more than welcome to apply.

Job Description: OUTREACH OFFICER AND TECHNOLOGICAL EDUCATOR

Under the immediate supervision of the program director and in close collaboration with the volunteer camps coordinator, the outreach officer and technological educator will be in charge of creating and implementing an educational program for module 1 (Volunteer Camps), creating educational e-content for module 2 (Entrepreneurship Projects), recruiting volunteers and lead training events and volunteer camps. Their tasks will include, among others:

Training Activities Management

  • Review training goals for participants with the team
  • Create and test training content designed for different clienteles (intercultural communication, participatory management, volunteering impact, etc.)
  • Create training content in different formats: live demonstrations, texts, interactive quizzes, animated videos, etc.
  • Put the content online in the member area
  • Prepare content for the participants’ training weekends
  • Create training content for technical experts and hosting partners
  • Participate in the camp leaders’ training

Volunteer Management

  • Recruit volunteers (program participants), in particular at kiosks
  • Involve volunteers—ensure a follow-up from their application to their participation at the volunteer camp (answer their questions, make sure they stay motivated, etc.)
  • Manage and train volunteer camp leaders for the training weekends

Leadership

  • Lead the training weekends for the future volunteers
  • Lead a volunteer camp once a year (two- to three-week-long)

Visibility and Communication

  • Ensure the organization is represented at promotional events and kiosks
  • Prepare educational material

Activities Management

  • Organize the training events (Leadership in Your Own Hands Meetup)

Required Profile

Skills

  • Practical, responsible and well organized (intrapreneurial management within the organization)
  • Self-sufficient and proactive
  • Great ability to communicate effectively
  • Detailed-oriented
  • Capable of working alone or in a team

Job Requirements

  • Have a degree in teaching, social sciences, facilitation, community development or a related field, or relevant life experience
    • Having real-life experience is an important asset. Chantiers jeunesse strongly values life expertise and will take into consideration the candidate’s lived experience instead of their formal education.
  • Have knowledge and concrete achievements in creating online educational content
  • Be fluent in written and spoken French and English

Other Conditions

  • Be familiar with WordPress or different digital educational tools and resources
  • Have intercultural experience, such as participating in a volunteer camp or leading one (asset)
  • Be familiar with community action and social development (asset)
  • Have experience with different clienteles such as Indigenous people, teenagers (15 to 17 years old), newcomers, young families, youth living below the poverty line or with a disability, etc.
  • Hold a Class 4B licence or be able to obtain it at their own expense no later than 3 months after being hired
  • Be able to travel in Greater Montréal and for a few days on several occasions, elsewhere in Canada
  • Be available for a few evenings and occasionally on weekends

How to Apply

Send a cover letter and résumé to cj@cj.qc.ca before 11:59 p.m. on September 15.

Please name your documents as follows:

  • LAST NAME_First name_OutreachMontreal_resume
  • LAST NAME_First name_OutreachMontreal_letter

We would like to thank all the applicants for their interest. The interviews will be held on September 17, 18, 24 and 25.

Outreach and Development Officer
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  • Application deadline: September 15, 2019
  • Start date: September 30, 2019
  • Employment type: indefinite term
  • Work schedule: part-time—10 to 15 hrs/week (variable schedule, mostly evenings and weekends)
  • Wage: $20 to $25/hr according to experience + 5% RRSP + phone plan + extended vacation days according to experience
  • Other information: bilingualism required (French and English)
  • Address: 4545 Pierre-De Coubertin Avenue, Montréal (QC) (Pie-IX metro station)

If you’re looking for a job where you can use your skills to help youth develop their full potential and work with a dynamic, sharp and growing team, look no further!

Mission: Chantiers jeunesse is a non-profit organization created in 1980 to promote the development of young and engaged citizens between the ages of 15 and 30. It allows youth to increase their potential and gain new skills while helping a local community better their living environment. They also get to discover a new region in Canada or a new country (more than 35). These projects are made possible with local and international partners who encourage harmony and diversity. Chantiers jeunesse provides different ways for youth to involve themselves and increase their potential!

Context: We are expanding our team for the 2nd implementation phase of our pan-Canadian program Leadership in Your Own Hands that will soon celebrate its 2nd anniversary. The program is funded by Canada Service Corps.

Chantiers jeunesse believes that a diverse team is stronger. So, Indigenous people, members of visible minorities, individuals from ethnic minorities and people with disabilities are more than welcome to apply.

Job Description: OUTREACH AND DEVELOPMENT OFFICER

Under the immediate supervision of the volunteer camps coordinator, the outreach and development officer will be in charge of providing personalized support for individuals or small youth groups to help them set up their own initiatives in order to improve their communities. In other words, their tasks will include, among others:

Volunteer Management

  • Recruit volunteers (program participants), in particular at kiosks
  • Involve volunteers—ensure a follow-up from their application to their participation at the volunteer camp (answer their questions, make sure they stay motivated, follow up on administrative and logistical matters, etc.)
  • Provide personalized support for individuals or small groups of volunteers in their project realization (mentoring)

Leadership

  • Lead workshops (identifying entrepreneurial skills and community needs, planning resource management, writing a review, etc.) for small groups
  • Lead the training weekends for the future volunteers
  • Lead a volunteer camp once a year (two- to three-week-long)

Visibility

  • Ensure the organization is represented at promotional events and kiosks
  • Ensure the organization is represented at events organized by the volunteers
  • Post on social networks (occasionally)

Budget

  • Help volunteers with their project’s budget (training, preparation and support)
  • Oversee the use of grants given to volunteers
  • Ensure the accounting of the volunteers’ projects

Required Profile

Skills

  • Practical, responsible and well organized (intrapreneurial management within the organization)
  • Self-sufficient and proactive
  • Great ability to communicate effectively
  • Detailed-oriented
  • Capable of working alone or in a team

Job Requirements

  • Have a degree in social sciences, community development, entrepreneurship, facilitation or a related field, or relevant life experience
    • Having real-life experience is an important asset. Chantiers jeunesse strongly values life expertise and will take into consideration the candidate’s lived experience instead of their formal education.
  • Show knowledge and concrete achievements in project development and entrepreneurial spirit through training or experience
  • Be fluent in written and spoken French and English

Other Conditions

  • Be skilled in managing volunteer resources
  • Be familiar with community action and social development
  • Have experience with different clienteles such as Indigenous people, teenagers (15 to 17 years old), newcomers, young families, youth living below the poverty line or with a disability, etc.
  • Hold a Class 4B licence or be able to obtain it at their own expense no later than 3 months after being hired
  • Be able to travel in Greater Montréal and for a few days on several occasions, elsewhere in Canada
  • Be available evenings and weekends (when volunteers meet up for their projects)

How to Apply

Send a cover letter and résumé to cj@cj.qc.ca before 11:59 p.m. on September 15.

Please name your documents as follows:

  • LAST NAME_First name_OutreachEntrepreneurship_resume
  • LAST NAME_First name_OutreachEntrepreneurship_letter

We would like to thank all the applicants for their interest. The interviews will be held on September 20 and 21.