Community Information Officer

Job details

  • Terms: Full-time, temporary contract
  • Start date: May 09, 2022
  • Number of Weeks: 8 (eight)
  • Number of Hours per Week: 35 (thirty-five)
  • Hourly Wage Rate: $16.50
  • Language required: English (French is an asset)
  • Must be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or refugee and legally entitled to work in Canada
  • Must be between the ages of 15 and 30
  • Must have own computer, Canada-wide phone service, and reliable high-speed Internet
  • Must be in Algoma-Manitoulin-Kapuskasing

Tasks required for the job

  • Create and upload to the organization's online properties articles, photos, videos, audio files, and other multimedia content for and about the organization's activities and services
  • Maintain the organization's blogs and social media accounts
  • Answer questions from clients, partners, and the public about the organization's activities and services
  • Prepare routine office correspondence, reports, claims, bills, or orders
  • File and maintain paper or electronic records and information
  • Collect and record data from clients, partners, staff, and the public
  • Assist in the planning of announcements of news about the organization and its activities
  • Prepare press releases, speeches, articles, social media posts, and other materials for public consumption
  • Develop strategies and procedures for working effectively with social media and traditional media
  • Collaborate with management and the marketing team to ensure a cohesive public image
  • Work with various teams to organize and host public events and promotions
  • Other such duties that relate to promoting the organization.

This position is funded under the Government of Canada's Canada Summer Jobs Program.

How to apply

Send your resume and cover letter (with at least two references) to:

DiversityCanada Foundation

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Working with DiversityCanada

When you choose to join our team at the DiversityCanada Foundation, you will spend your time using your skills to make a difference in the lives of many as you work to create a fairer, more harmonious Canada.

Your work will touch the lives of a wide range of people in your local community: you will play an important role in helping DiversityCanada deliver support to seniors in Elliot Lake and nearby communities. You will also have the chance to have a national impact, as you will assist us in delivering our services to seniors nationally and in promoting our career-enhancing resources to your peers across Canada.

We aim to support your own career prospects by providing you with training and mentorship to help you develop skills that are in demand in the job market.

You will have the flexibility of working from the comfort of your home, and during or outside of typical business hours.