Job Posting: Project Coordinator, Community Innovation Fund

Start Date: As soon as possible

The QCGN is seeking a bilingual, dynamic, results-oriented individual with proven experience in project management, a background in community development to manage the Community Innovation Fund Project. This is a social financing initiative funded by Economic Social Development Canada (ESDC) that injects up to $1.1 million in leveraged funds on a 2:1 ratio of private-to-government funding over a 4-year period (2019-2023) into the English-speaking Community of Quebec (ESCQ). The QCGN, acting as an intermediary between the ESCQ and the ESDC has overarching responsibility for the stewardship of the Community Innovation Fund (CIF). The Project Coordinator will administer the project. Candidates must develop an understanding of the vision, mission, and mandate of QCGN and the ESDC, as the Project Coordinator’s activities and communications must be aligned with the QCGN’s and ESDC’s position on issues and policies.

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Job Posting: Bookkeeping and Office Administrator

Salary Range: $40,000 to $50,000 per annum
Start Date: as soon as possible

The Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN) is seeking a dynamic, detail orientated individual for the position of Bookkeeping and Office Administrator to support office IT systems and procedures, including bookkeeping (invoicing, tax receipting, expensing), human resources (recruitment coordination, off/on-boarding, staff events, payroll).

The QCGN is an incorporated not-for-profit organization, with 50-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: Legal and social Policy Researcher (2 openings) – Access to Justice in English Project

Start Date: as soon as possible
Term: up to March 31, 2023 (approx. 2 years depending on start date)
Salary: 45,000 CAD to 55,000 CAD depending on experience


The QCGN considers access to justice in English in Quebec as essential to strengthening community vitality and representation. The Access to Justice in English in Quebec (AJEQ) project is a community-based initiative developed by the QCGN with support from Justice Canada. The project seeks to:

  • Better understand access to justice in English issues affecting the Official Language Minority Community (OLMC) in Quebec.
  • Develop effective ways to address identified access to justice in English issues.
  • Engage the justice system in improving access to justice in English.

Reporting to the Access to Justice Project Director, the Legal and Social Policy Researcher (hereinafter Researcher) is required to support the work of the Access to Justice in English Initiative by conducting research on language rights and policies across Quebec and developing strategies to better organize justice services for the Official Language Minority Community.

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Job Posting: Access to Justice in English in Quebec Project Director


Founded in 1995, the Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN) gives a voice to the Official Language Minority Community (OLMC) of Quebec. It advocates on behalf of this community, promoting its views, positions and interests, ensuring the respect and evolution of its rights, and contributing to its growth and vitality.

The QCGN believes that the strategic use of information can successfully drive change. It provides the QCGN with a strong comparative advantage, acting as a critical input in shaping how the organization thinks, works, and acts. The strategic and targeted use of information can strengthen the QCGN’ S voice and provide members, stakeholders and partners with new ways to achieve their aspirations, address issues, and solve problems.

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