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Job Opportunities


The application intake is now closed.

Terms: Part-time, temporary contract

Start date: As soon as possible

Number of Weeks: Maximum of 23 (twenty-three)

Number of Hours per Week: Fluctuates; minimum 12 (twelve)

Hourly Wage Rate: $15.70

Language required for job: English (French is an asset)

Requirements: Must be under 30 years old; based in Elliot Lake or the Algoma District; and have own phone and Internet


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 a project to support seniors in Elliot Lake. You will also have the chance to have a national impact, as you will assist us in delivering 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.


Tasks and Responsibilities:

– Assist the Coordinator of activities for seniors with all aspects of administrative management, such as logistics, equipment and storage, scheduling and coordinating meetings, interviews, planning and running events and other similar activities, etc

– Assist facilitators, technical workers, editors, and volunteers in executing activities of the DiversityCanada Foundation's New Horizons for Seniors Programme project, as well as project activities to promote employment equity

– Assist in the preparation of materials for public awareness and education campaigns, as well as outreach to corporate partners and other community organizations

– Manage inventory of assets and supplies, sourcing for suppliers (vendors) and submitting invoices, attend to correspondence

– Assist in the creation and distribution of online and offline informational resources

– Attend to bookkeeping, payroll and other mandatory filings

– Conduct online research and compile/update a database of equal opportunity employers and potential corporate partners

– Administer program to promote services to employers who have equal opportunity job offers and services to equal opportunity job seekers

– Initiate contact with potential corporate partners

– Respond to inquiries from members of the business community concerning opportunities to participate in the organization’s work of promoting equal opportunities for employment equity job seekers

– Evaluate service and online environment with a view to enhancing experience for corporate partners and clients

– Prepare reports on findings

– Manage documents and files

– Perform multifaceted general office support


Additional information:

This position is funded under the Government of Canada's Summer Jobs program. Accordingly, candidates must be between 15 and 30 years of age; be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident, or person to whom refugee protection has been conferred under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act for the duration of the employment; and, have a valid Social Insurance Number at the start of employment and be legally entitled to work in Canada.

The DiversityCanada Foundation is an equal opportunity employer and the following are strongly encouraged to apply:

* Youth who have not previously been employed and for whom this would be their first job experience

* Indigenous youth

* Youth with disabilities

* Visible minorities

* Recent immigrant youth and recent refugee youth



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