WORKING AT QCGN
We are researchers and innovators. Relationship builders and problem solvers. Analyst and spokespeople. We are ready to include you in building a better and brighter future for English-speaking Quebec.
Collaborating with community organizations, public institutions, individuals, as well as groups representing Official Language Minority Communities outside Quebec, the Quebec Community Groups Network seeks to advance the language rights of English-speaking Quebecers and all Canadians.
Our mission is to provide leadership and representation through dialogue, public awareness and advocacy for English-speaking Quebecers and their diverse institutions, organizations, and communities. The QCGN has more than a quarter century of expertise in supporting the vitality of Quebec’s English-speaking community. We work in close collaboration with government department, ministries and agencies including Canadian Heritage, Justice Canada, Economic and Social Development Canada. Consult our Partners and Stakeholders and a list of QCGN Member Organizations.
As we build a renewed representative organization, we are seeking innovative team players who are keen to get involved in helping to shape a more vital English-speaking community and a more inclusive Quebec. Join our team and help us to identify, explore, and address the strategic issues affecting the development and vitality of our Community of Communities.
Looking for an internship or a summer job? The QCGN is also pleased to provide regular internships in government relations, community development, communications, and other not-for-profit community areas. We are a partner with Young Canada Works in Both Official Languages and Canada Summer Jobs. If you are interested, please send a covering letter explaining your interests along with a CV to email@example.com.
The Quebec Community Groups Network offers:
Generous vacation package
Personal time and flex time
100% paid Health Insurance and Benefits Plan (after 3 months)
We take pride in supporting employee’s professional and skill development. Examples of past training include:
Legal certifications (e.g., continuous learning programs)
Professional development certifications such as CAE Program
Advanced software training (e.g., Adobe Creative Suites)
Human Resources, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and organizational behavior training
QCGN hires on the basis of merit and is strongly committed to diversity and equity. We welcome applications from racialized persons/visible minorities, women, Indigenous persons, persons with disabilities, ethnic minorities, and persons of minority sexual orientations and gender identities, as well as from all qualified candidates with the skills and knowledge to productively engage with diverse communities.
JOBS IN OUR NETWORK
Quebec 4-H – Provincial Coordinator
Are you an energetic, multi-tasking, autonomous worker who enjoys working with youth? Do you have an ability to organize, plan, lead, recruit and network?
Quebec 4-H has the PERFECT opportunity for you!
Quebec 4-H is a non-profit community-based organization, dedicated to developing life skills such as leadership, cooperation, responsibility and independence for the Englishspeaking rural youth of Quebec. This goal is accomplished with activities at the grassroots level via the network of clubs, with provincial activities and by an affiliation with 4-H Canada for National and International programs.
Townshippers’ Association – Executive Director
Founded in 1979, Townshippers’ Association has been at the forefront of community engagement for over forty years. Our input is regularly sought at the municipal, provincial, and federal levels as well as by other stakeholders on a variety of issues affecting English speakers in the region and across the province.
Townshippers’ Association is seeking an accomplished and passionate Executive Director to guide our organization. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director will oversee the effective leadership and management of the organization. They will also play a pivotal role in providing strategic direction, fostering innovation and solid community partnerships, and enhancing engagement of the organization within our community by championing its diverse needs.
JOBS IN OUR COMMUNITY
Are you bilingual? A career awaits you at Service Canada!
Are you looking for a job that offers you work-life balance? Are you bilingual? Launch your career with Service Canada’s team. Several positions are available, including Payment Service Agent, Citizen Service Officer and Passport Officer. Have a steady job working from your home, at our offices or in a hybrid format and make a difference in your life and that of other Canadians.
To submit your application, send a copy of your CV by email. You can also submit a short text (250 to 500 words) explaining why you are the best person for the job.
The Service Canada Regional Recruitment Center has launched a new hiring process for the Quebec Region.
You will find all the relevant details by consulting the following website : Service Canada is hiring officers across the province of Quebec-We look forward to your application!
If you need any additional information, please reach out to us.
JOBS IN GOVERNMENT
2024 Census Test Jobs
Statistics Canada will be conducting a census test starting in May 2024. Individuals are being hired to collect census test data in the field.
Statistics Canada is hiring crew leaders and enumerators in the following areas:
- Nova Scotia: Halifax and the Annapolis Valley area (i.e., Berwick, Greenwood, Middleton, Bridgetown)
- Quebec: Montréal and the Rimouski area
- Saskatchewan: Saskatoon and the Saskatoon area (i.e., Biggar, Rosetown, Outlook).