Job Posting : Director, Access to Justice in English

Status: Full-Time
Reports to:  Director General
Language Requirement:  English, fluent written and spoken; French, full professional proficiency.
Direct reports: Project Manager, Access to Justice in English

 

Job Summary

The Director, Access to Justice in English, reports to the Director General, and under her direction, provides support to the Board of Directors and its Committees, other members of staff, QCGN projects, and external stakeholders. The Director, Access to Justice in English, monitors developments and legal issues which have or may have an impact on the English-speaking community of Quebec and works with their colleagues to protect, advance, and promulgate language rights.

The Director, Access to Justice in English will also act as the principle staff contact with Justice Canada and Quebec’s Ministry of Justice, performing government relations functions related to these institutions.

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Job Posting: Director of Community Development and Outreach

Start Date: as soon as possible
Term: permanent, full-time (37.5 hours/week)

The Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN) is looking for an experienced Director of Community Development and Outreach, with strong strategic, communications and relationship-building skills.

Reporting to the Director General, this is an opportunity to take on a leadership role to support and strengthen English-speaking communities across Quebec while helping the QCGN adapt to meet evolving community needs.

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Job Posting: Communications Coordinator

Start Date: As soon as possible

The Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN) is seeking a bilingual, dynamic, tech savvy individual to provide communications, website and social media management, as well as other communications support and some in-house translation. QCGN offers a competitive salary, a generous benefit package including vacations and time off. Our offices are located in a central, downtown location in Montreal.

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Job Posting: QCGN looking for Education Policy Researcher

The Quebec Community Groups Network is looking for an Education Policy Researcher. Deadline to apply is November 27.

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Job Posting: Manager, Finance and Operations

The Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN) is seeking a bilingual, dynamic, outcomes focused individual for the position of Manager, Finance and Operations, to manage and implement activities that support QCGN operations and optimize support for both new and ongoing business.

The QCGN is an incorporated not-for-profit organization, with 60-member organizations, that works cooperatively and in partnership with community stakeholders, leaders, governments and institutions to identify, explore, and address strategic issues affecting the development and vitality of Quebec’s English-speaking communities (ESCQ).

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Job Posting: Quebec Government Relations Director

Job Posting: Quebec Government Relations Director

Salary Range: $77,000 to $85,000 per annum

Start Date: as soon as possible

Term: 2 year with possibility of renewal

The Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN) is seeking a bilingual, dynamic, outcomes focused individual for the position of Quebec Government Relations Director to ensure that the interests of Quebec’s English-speaking communities (ESCQ) are duly represented and promoted to the Quebec Government and key provincial decision-makers. The QCGN is an incorporated not-for-profit organization, with 56-member organizations, that works cooperatively and in partnership with community stakeholders, leaders, governments and institutions to identify, explore, and address strategic issues affecting the development and vitality of Quebec’s English-speaking communities (ESCQ).

The Quebec Government Relations Director reports directly to the Director-General. The focus of the role is to develop sustainable collaborative relationships with the offices of provincial policy and community political leadership to advance the interests of our minority community, which counts more than 1 million English-speaking Quebecers. The incumbent supports QCGN staff and QCGN’s Network members by providing evidenced-based analysis, expert advice and sound recommendations to support issues management and program and policy analysis, by analyzing the impact of existing provincial government’s policies, programs and legislation, priorities and political agenda and the province’s position on official language rights on the ESCQ as well as the impact of any proposed changes.

 

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