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Rockcliffe-Smythe Community Association-Canada Summer Jobs
Community Outreach and Development Project
June 20 – August 27, 2016: Application deadline: June 9
Rockcliffe-Smythe Community Association is seeking four (4) outgoing, civic-minded students under 30 and currently enrolled and returning full-time in a variety of disciplines to help strengthen our community, its public services and our volunteer-based Association through research, outreach and citizen engagement, community service agency and public sector program support and promotion, and Association organizational development.
The ten-week Canada Summer Jobs program starts on June 20, and will be based at our partner Jane Alliance Neighbourhood Services offices on Jane St., working 33.5 hours/week at $11.25 per hour.
* Children, youth, adults, seniors, old and newcomers, participation barriers
* Employment, training, education, social/economic development, access to services, health, housing, neighbourhood, environment, Humber-Black Creek Watershed, flood prevention, trails, parks, recreation, community gardens, food security, arts, culture, library, heritage, infrastructure, transportation, urban planning, safety, justice, equity, poverty, animal services, tree canopy and other community services, programs, activities, issues and opportunities
* Information gathering, reporting, mapping, multimedia presentation
* Updated/New Association Website, domain, host, design, function, content, multimedia production, social media, traffic generation, membership campaign
* New Rockcliffe-Smythe Community Services Directory (Web and Print)
Compilation, design, production, printing, sponsors, distribution, outreach
* Consultation and outreach communications planning, production
* Stakeholder and public consultation, needs assessment, analysis, priority-setting
* Strategic, work and event planning, scheduling, implementation, administration
* Outreach, marketing, workshop facilitation, meetings and other field work
* Association development, capacity-building, membership, activities
Community spirit, computer literacy, and strong research, analysis, written and oral communication, strategic, proactive, organizational and creative skills are required. Describe your public service interests and educational, employment and/or volunteer goals, achievements and experience, and any connections to Rockcliffe-Smythe and the Humber-Black Creek watershed.
Applications from persons with disabilities, visible minorities and Aboriginal students are equally encouraged. You must be eligible to work in Canada.
Please send applications no later than Thursday, June 9, 2016, noting “Rockcliffe-Smythe Summer Jobs” in the subject line: c/o RSCA Project Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org