Position: 35 hours per week Posted Date: 28/9/2017 Location: Toronto

Deadline: 4/10/2017

The Ontario Aggression Prevention Center (COPA) is a non-profit, provincial Francophone organization. Since 1995, COPA has supported the development and implementation of a range of educational programs and resources for the prevention of attacks on children and youth. COPA's approach advocates the individual and collective empowerment of marginalized groups.

Description The administrative manager or the administrative and resource manager is responsible for all matters related to the administrative management of the organization: finances, infrastructure and human resources. He or she ensures the proper coordination of the distribution system of educational resources.

Key Responsibilities - Ensure the integrity, accuracy and reliability of financial management and reporting (record keeping, account analysis, and so on). - Create and maintain a system for short and long-term financial planning (budget forecasting, liquidity needs, and so on). - Verifying and communicating regularly to the Director the financial statement and banking transactions of the organization. - Ensure that the organization meets its legal obligations and obligations. - Prepare financial statements and monthly reports of activities and cash flows. - Ensure the proper functioning of the organization's educational resources distribution system. - Participate in the annual budget process. - Liaise with the external auditors and prepare for annual audit. - Ensure the implementation of organizational policies.

Competencies - Certified General Accountant or Certified General Accountant (or equivalent) and three years experience, preferably within a non-profit organization. - Excellent knowledge of bookkeeping and financial statement preparation. - Experience in the creation of financial tools and supervision of financial procedures. - Excellent operational planning and implementation skills. - Strong experience in budgeting and financial analysis. - Ability to use the QuickBooks computerized accounting system. - Knowledge and experience in the administrative management of a non-profit organization at all levels (finance, infrastructure, human resources). - Ability to create positive relationships with staff, elected members and volunteers. - Good oral and written communication skills in French and ability for oral and written communication in English. - Ability to communicate the various financial data in an accessible way. - Have a team spirit and be ready or willing to cooperate to ensure the well-being of the organization. - Great ability to work in a meticulous and precise manner with attention to detail. The position reports to the Agency's Acting Director. Position: 35-hour contract per week Salary: Compensation and benefits competitive and proportional to the experience of $ 55,000 to $ 62,000 per year. Please forward your resume and cover letter by e-mail to COPA supports the principle of equal access to employment.

We thank all those who will be interested in the position. However, we will communicate only with those whose application has been accepted. We do NOT accept applications by phone.

Contact Information Ontario Assault Prevention Center (COPA) Email: For more information, please visit the organization's website:
Organization Description Dance Umbrella of Ontario (DUO) is a not-for-profit organization that provides management and administrative services to Ontario dance organizations. DUO was created in 1988 by the arts councils (federal, provincial, municipal) to support dance organizations in their administrative and managerial activities. In addition to a range of tailor-made services, DUO strengthens the dance sector by implementing new strategic initiatives adapted to the dance sector. DUO supports choreographic artists and organizations both in the creation, production and distribution of their art. Our clients are essentially independent artists as well as small and medium-sized organizations based in Ontario. DUO helps artists in the dance community by providing them with the most appropriate administration and infrastructure to enable them to concentrate fully on their art and thus develop as artists. We never interfere with the artistic content of our clients' projects. DUO is committed to serving as many initiatives and projects as possible. We view DUO as the place where growth in the sector is encouraged, nurtured and nurtured.

Job Description The Production and Administrative Officer will handle the needs of several clients. The ideal candidate will be resourceful and will be able to take initiatives while maintaining excellent customer relations. The Production and Administration Manager will report to the Executive Director of DUO, to whom he / she will assist as required. The position requires soliciting and meeting new potential clients for DUO. The candidate will be present at DUO all week and full time; note that a presence outside the office is sometimes required on a project-by-project basis. Responsibilities The Production and Administrative Officer will work for a variety of clients by providing tailored services to meet their needs. DUO's clients are established companies as well as emerging artists, who evolve in a variety of forms and practices. The Production and Administrative Officer will be responsible for the following tasks on behalf of clients:

To develop, with the client, the artistic projects and strategic plans of the organizations concerned; determine the stages of implementation of the project; ensure the smooth running of the project
Plan and execute production projects and other client programs
Develop a financing strategy for both government and private income; review, correct and manage client grant applications
Develop and manage budgets (operational or by project); manage cash; provide financial and other reports to clients and their boards of directors; maintain systems for revenue management and payment of invoices for certain customers
Maintaining Relationships with Dance Subsidiaries and Broadcasters
Writing and submitting applications for grants (arts councils and foundations) and final reports
Manage the contractual process with artists, technical teams, broadcasters and / or suppliers
Manage the organizational budgets of the clients involved; budget tracking of expenditures and revenues in comparison with financial projections to help clients make decisions
Work in conjunction with the marketing and communications team to participate in client communications campaigns; working with clients to plan and execute a collateral distribution and marketing plan
Contribute to the search for potential sponsors and collect their donations in kind if necessary
Attend Board meetings and second Secretary General
Collaborate with the artistic and technical partners on the organization, planning, logistics and marketing related to the projects concerned
Collaborate with production teams on planning, logistics and eventual equipment
Other Related Tasks

1 to 3 years experience in the performing arts sector
Bilingualism (English / French) essential, oral and written
Team spirit
Initiative and passion for successful dance in Ontario
Relational ease and ability to handle very diverse situations and people
Excellent time management; managing multiple concurrent projects; priority management ; compliance with deadlines
Solid editorial skills, revisions, proofreading

Strong planning and coordination skills
Experience and familiarity with government funding principles
Understanding the principles of non-profit and / or charitable organizations
Availability on certain evenings and weekends (occasionally) for certain projects
Knowledge of Adobe InDesign (an asset)

The ideal candidate will be a highly motivated arts manager with experience in the not-for-profit sector. He or she must have a university degree in arts management, or the equivalent of at least 4 years of professional experience in progressive positions.

Mature, experienced in project management, including budgets, public funding, reports and balance sheets, and ensuring that deadlines are met
Excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office software (mainly Word and Excel)
Higher Education
5 years experience in administrative positions Applicant profile
Strong communication skills
Ability to create good customer relationships
Ability to analyze and solve problems
Excellent organization
Discretion in projects containing confidential information
Professional maturity and judgment
How to apply? Please send your resume in English, a letter of motivation and three references Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. The selected candidates will be contacted within one week of the deadline. Please do not contact us by phone. The deadline for applications is Wednesday, October 11, 2017 at 5:00 pm.

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The French-language Health Services Planning Entity2 for the Hamilton Niagara Haldimand Brant and Waterloo Wellington Regions is one of six entities created by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care in Ontario.

As an expert and partner of Local Health Integration Networks (LHINs), Entity2 is responsive to the needs of francophone communities and recommends strategies to improve access to quality health services French.

The planning officer, in close collaboration with the branch, the team members and the Entity's partners, is responsible for the planning of French-language health services. The officer also works in conjunction with the LHIN French-language services coordination, communities of care, Francophone organizations in the Waterloo-Wellington region to validate information on the needs and services offered and to support them in their efforts to improve these services.

In particular, the officer provides the LHIN with specialized advice on French-language health services. In order to develop its recommendations for LHINs, the planning officer must use his / her knowledge of the profile and needs of the Francophone community and also his understanding of the directions, opportunities and constraints of the local health system.

The planning officer is also responsible for participating in or developing and effectively managing working groups specifically related to a thematic or health sector or to a region of the territory covered by the Entity.

We are looking for a person who is motivated by the development of French-speaking communities in Ontario and who knows the French-speaking communities of the Waterloo-Wellington region. The ideal candidate must be able to work well and interact with the Francophone and Anglophone partners to support the advancement of French language health records in the region and in the territory of the Entity.

Training and experience required:

University Degree in Health Administration / Health Sciences or other related fields;
Experiences related to the planning and management of projects in the areas of health, French language services or other related field;
Good knowledge of Windows and Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel, Powerpoint and Outlook).
Required skills:

Excellent ability to work effectively in teams (face to face and remote);
Leadership skills and strong community engagement skills;
Ability to develop positive relationships with various stakeholders;
Knowledge of Francophone communities in the Waterloo-Wellington area;
Very good project management skills;
Strong analytical, innovation and problem-solving skills;
Good synthesis and writing skills;
Very good oral and written communication skills in French and English;
Good knowledge of the functioning of the health system;
Respect for differences and cultural diversity;
Skills in communications and social media are a plus.
Working conditions :

Full time position
Compensation: $ 50,000 to $ 60,000 depending on the profile;
Competitive benefits;
Workplace: Waterloo-Wellington Region
Availability to work from time to time in the evening and on weekends;
Valid driver's license and access to a vehicle are essential. Submission Procedures Please submit your application in French by sending a CV and cover letter in one file. Your cover letter should highlight your qualifications for this position.
Applications must be submitted electronically to no later than 5 pm on October 6, 2017. We thank all applicants, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Entity2 is committed to the principles of employment equity.

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We are looking for a Child Care Specialist Resource Consultant for children with special needs, qualified, bilingual (French-English) to ensure the quality implementation of the program's activities Each child has his place in the CFT.

General description of the position:

Under the Child Development Advisor Coordinator, the Special Needs Childcare Resource Consultant, with her / his work team, ensures the implementation of the program's activities as well as provides evidence-based resources while taking into account the principles of AJEPTA, organizes group logistics, training sessions, keeps records on time, keeps statistics and other records while respecting the confidentiality of the information gathered. The incumbent works closely with its team, the Toronto child care community, the various departments of the Center and community members.


Regular visit to child care centers
Needs assessment
Helping child care staff integrate children with special needs
Assist in the development and implementation of adapted and evidence-based programming
Provide training on a variety of topics related to the special needs and mental health of children
Provide individual counseling services
Provide support for the implementation of the individual intervention plan
Provide modeling and coaching to daycare staff
Coordinate services
Support child care centers or parents to complete the necessary forms for access to certain services.
Maintain records on time
Provide appropriate resources and references as required
Participate in networks


To be a member in good standing of the Ontario College of ECE or other recognized professional body in Ontario.
A university degree in social work, psycho-education, early childhood care or related field or a college diploma in early childhood education with three years experience as an intervention for children 0-12 years of age with special needs (child care an asset).
Knowledge of child development, issues related to mental health issues in childhood
Have worked with a variety of families and day care centers
Developing relationships of trust with parents and educators and recognizing the uniqueness of each child.
Proficiency in French and a good knowledge of English (spoken and written).
Knowledge of the Franco-Toronto community
Computing skills (Windows environment)


Compensation based on experience and salary scale provided by the Center francophone de Toronto.

The selected candidate must be available to work on a schedule that includes certain evenings and weekend days.

The Center francophone de Toronto supports access, equity and diversity policies and encourages applications from individuals representing the multicultural diversity of the Franco-Toronto community.

Please forward your curriculum vitae and a letter of application detailing your experience and skills related to the position, in French, no later than 4:00 pm on October 10, 2017 to the Selection Committee at: jobs @ centrefranco. org

Note: submissions in English will be rejected.

We thank all applicants, however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

To learn more about the Center francophone de Toronto, visit our website
The Center Growing Up in French is a Francophone community organization that provides services and programs in French to Francophone families and their children in Northwestern Ontario.

Position Summary:

The Growing Center in French is looking for a confident and warm individual to fill the position of Acting Director. The Director reports directly to the Board of Directors and is responsible for ensuring the organization's mission and organizational objectives are being met. He or she is responsible for the implementation of all policies and programs related to child care and development, human resources, finances, equipment and facilities, families, community relations and daycare governance.

The ideal candidate must have high skills in child development and positive approaches as well as being able to find and balance the needs of children, families and staff. The individual must be dynamic and possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills.

Primary duties and responsibilities of the Director include, but are not limited to:

Inspire, guide and support a team of educators and a community of families
Living the Center's Vision, Professionalism and Program Statements
Keep up to date with current legislation
Monitor program ratios to ensure compliance with Ministry of Education regulations
Estimate and forecast registrations by program to determine availability of open spaces
Performing administrative and human resources management tasks; documentation, filings, emails, phone calls and organizational tasks.
Qualifications and requirements:

Early Childhood Education Diploma with 2 years experience
5 years experience in a leadership or management role
Member in good standing of the College of Early Childhood Educators
Knowledge of Guide to Licensing of Child Care Centers
First Aid and CPR Certificate
Ontario valid driver's license with access to vehicle
A record of his / her criminal record for a person working with a client who has been issued within the last six (6) months.

Job Specifications:

Temporary full-time assignment to replace 18-month leave
The assignment will begin on Monday, January 8, 2018
The assignment will end in July 2019 (Date TBD)
35 h / week with an hourly rate between $ 21 and $ 24 to be determined according to the qualifications and experience of the hired candidate.
Please send your application along with a curriculum vitae in French, no later than

Friday, October 13, 2017 Attention: Tanya Lapointe, Director, by:  Mail or in person: 220 Elgin Street, Thunder Bay, Ontario, P7A 0A4 or by e-mail at

Thank you for your request. please note that only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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Under the authority of senior management, this position of executive director of clinical services provides and oversees primary health care, mental health, health promotion and early childhood services. She is responsible for the administration of services, team management, community relations and the delivery of quality health and health promotion services.


Ensure that the services provided respect the mission, vision and values ​​of the Center;
Manage the implementation of the Service's operational plan on an annual and multi-year basis in accordance with the Center's Strategic Plan;
Focus work planning in line with donor requirements (Ontario MOHLTC, Ontario MCYS, etc.);
Ensure effective and efficient management of services including financial aspects;
To have a good understanding of the budgets allocated by the donors to manage them, in close collaboration with the Directorate General and the Finance Department;
Manage data and produce required performance reports;
Developing applications for grants;
Plan human resource requirements for service delivery;
Recruit, manage and evaluate staff in different departments;
Represent the Center at the sectoral tables of the three levels of government in the areas of mental health, primary care, health promotion and early childhood;
Maintain a staff performance management system, promote a culture of quality and establish a culture plan in collaboration with staff;
Be on the lookout for developments and service needs in the Francophone community;
Any other related duties.

Required Qualifications:

In-depth knowledge of the NPO sector and the Ontario health system
Successful experience of at least 5 years in the management of personnel and budgets in the health or community sector;
Graduate of a Master's degree in Health Management, Business Administration, Nursing or Medicine, or equivalent;
Ability to act as a consultant to the governance of the Center;
French and English spoken and written higher level;
A member in good standing or eligible for a Regulatory Professional Order, one of the professions authorized to work in the field of health.
Please send your curriculum vitae along with a letter of application specifying the position for which you are applying, in French, by September 29 at: Note: English submissions will be rejected.

Conditions: remuneration according to the salary scale established by the Center's donors. Selected candidates must be available to work a schedule that includes

some evenings and some weekend days.

The LFC encourages applications from individuals representing the multicultural diversity of the Franco-Toronto community. The Center francophone de Toronto supports policies on access, equity and diversity.

We thank all applicants, however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
At Franklin Templeton Investments, we are dedicated to delivering strong results and exceptional service to clients, team members and business partners. Over 9,000 employees working in 60 offices around the world are dedicated to servicing investment solutions for our clients in more than 150 countries.
For over 65 years, our success has been a direct result of the talent, skills and persistence of our people, and we are looking for qualified candidates to join our team.
What is the Client Services group responsible for?

The Client Services group is responsible for providing a positive customer experience for all clients through activities related to broker/dealer back office function, transaction processing, customer contact, shareholder servicing, mutual fund compliance, recordkeeping, and shareholder reporting. Helps to protect the best interests of the funds, shareholders and FTI by providing support to transfer agent strategies and system improvements, and adhering to policies and procedures and workflow processes.
What are the on going responsibilities ofa Client Services Representative?
Answer and process routine to complex customer requests and inquiries, resolves customer concerns/problems and contributes to the resolution of escalated issues by offering solutions within scope of work via inbound or outbound phone calls.
You will identify customer’s current and future needs to proactively enhance the customer experience.
Actively identify opportunities that contribute to the satisfaction of service and operations goals through workflow, productivity, and quality prioritization.
You will correspond with customers via phone, fax, email or written correspondence, where appropriate.
You will adhere to all policies & procedure guidelines and customer service standards to achieve operational, productivity and quality objectives.
Actively promote new/existing products, services and Marketing and Sales initiatives.
You may aid less experienced/new team members in escalated situations.
You will abide by all fund and company policies and regulatory controls and requirements. You will participate in continuous improvement initiatives and support change management activities, as well as identify improvement opportunities to streamline business processes resulting in greater efficiencies, productivity and/or service.
You will develop and use internal and/or external relationships to achieve shared priorities/goals, satisfy customer needs, resolve problems and increase business insight/awareness. Actively participate in team meetings by providing topics for discussion and offering ideas and feedback.
You may guide and mentor peers and share subject matter expertise within sphere of influence.
You may also assist your division with work outside of your role’s normal scope and participate in cross training opportunities.

What ideal qualifications would help someoneto be successful?
You should have a University Degree, College Diploma or equivalent experience.
Canadian Securities Course (CSC) or Investment Funds Institute Course (IFIC) would be an asset
Strong relationship building, communication, and problem solving skills are a plus.
Basic understanding of Microsoft applications
Bilingual in English and French is required
What makes Franklin Templeton Investments unique?
In addition to the dynamic and professional environment at Franklin Templeton, we strive to ensure that our employees have access to a competitive and valuable set of Total Rewards—the mix of both monetary and non-monetary rewards provided to you in recognition for your time, talents, efforts, and results.

Medical, dental and vision insurance
Employee Stock Investment Program
Tuition Assistance Program
Purchase of company funds with no sales charge
Onsite fitness center
Franklin Templeton Investments is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We invite you to visit us at to learn more about our company and our career opportunities.
The Phoenix is ​​a provincial organization that works for the inclusion and full participation of persons with disabilities in all sectors of activity. We produce research, provide training and consulting, publish guides, and work with many community and government partners to promote the disabled and universal accessibility.

We are looking for someone who will be in charge of coordinating Phoenix projects.

Main Responsibilities

Under the supervision of the Director General,

support management in the planning, procurement and development of projects
manage projects
oversee and evaluate the organization's programs
participate in the hiring, orientation, training of new Phoenix employees
coordinate the implementation of projects
write reports
communicate with funding agencies as provided for in the funding agreements
Required skills

Knowledge of accessibility and inclusion;
Knowledge of NFPOs and the Franco-Ontarian community;
Experience in community development;
Creativity, initiative, dynamism and sense of organization;
Ability to mobilize people, tact, diplomacy and good communication skills;
Leadership and ability to build good interpersonal and business relationships;
Ability to manage priorities, contingencies and stressful situations;
Autonomy, ability to work alone and in teams.

Post-secondary education;
Demonstrated skills in general and strategic planning;
Project Management Skills;
Competencies in personnel management;
Fluency in using computer and common software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook);

excellent command of French (written and spoken);
good command of English.
Job Location: Alfred, Ontario

Starting date: October 2017.

Remuneration: $ 45,000 to $ 54,000 per year depending on experience

Those interested in applying are invited to send their curriculum vitae and a cover letter before 12 noon on September 29, 2017 to the following address:

The Phoenix Attn: Josée Bercier 330 St-Philippe Street PO Box 399, Alfred, Ontario K0B 1A0 Email:

Applications received will be treated confidentially and with respect for employment equity. We will only contact people who will be called for an interview. The Phoenix promotes accessibility and inclusion in the workplace.
La Maison, a shelter for women and their children who are victims of spousal and family violence, is looking for candidates to fill the positions of on-call workers.

Summary of responsibilities

The worker reports to the Coordinator of Services and Programs within the House and works in collaboration with her colleagues. Its main role is to offer users support and active listening in the light of emotional experience. It helps trainees in difficulty acquire the skills and identify the necessary resources so that they become more free from violence. At all times, it maintains a safe and well-being environment for the users and children who live at the Maison. In addition, it coordinates the activities that will be at the heart of the day-to-day life of the users. It is called upon to intervene in crisis situations and to manage potential conflicts. The worker is also called upon to respond to requests for information from women who communicate with La Maison and to refer them to other services as needed. Finally, she advocates for advocacy and works with a group of professionals in social, community, legal, housing and health organizations. (The complete job description is available on request).

Academic requirements, professional experience and domain knowledge

- Post-secondary degree in the field of humanities, social sciences or related fields. - Minimum of 2 years experience working in a social and community service organization. - Demonstrated ability to provide support and interventions to women. - Knowledge of the feminist approach, as well as the fight against violence against women. - Very good communication skills in French, both oral and written, and good communication skills in English, both oral and written. - Obtain a Criminal Background and Background Check for Work with Vulnerable Persons (VAPV)


Show compassion, listening and openness
Being client oriented
Show integrity
Knowing how to manage conflicts
Balancing Work and Privacy
Salary: according to the current salary scale

Send your curriculum vitae with a letter in French, no later than Friday, September 15, 5 pm to: The Maison encourages the diversity of our community. Thank you for the interest demonstrated, however, we will only communicate with the successful candidates
Summary of responsibilities

Reporting to the Services and Programs Coordinator, and in collaboration with her colleagues, the Support and Support Worker provides services to sheltered women by helping them create a network of community supports and find and maintain housing. As a result, the worker provides support services such as referrals to community resources including housing, housing, social, legal and financial services, health resources, immigration services, as well as to find other solutions aimed at its autonomy. In addition, it supports women in the process of returning to school and / or employment, developing a security and transition plan, interpreting services and navigating the transportation system. common. It advocates advocacy and works in collaboration with a range of social, community, legal and health care professionals.

(Full job description available upon request)

Academic requirements, professional experience and domain knowledge

- Post-secondary education related to the humanities, social work or other related fields. - Minimum of 2 years experience working in a social and community service organization. - Demonstrated ability to provide support and interventions to women. - Demonstrated knowledge of the community and institutional resources / services of the various levels of government - Knowledge of the feminist approach and the fight against violence against women. - Bilingualism (Written and Oral) - Obtain Criminal Background and Background Check for Work with Vulnerable Persons (VAPV)


Be compassionate, caring, listening and open
Be client oriented; Show integrity
Know how to manage conflicts; Balancing Work and Privacy
Salary: according to the current salary scale
Send your curriculum vitae with a letter in French, no later than Friday, September 15, 5 pm to:
The House encourages the diversity of our community. Thank you for the interest demonstrated, however, we will only communicate with the successful candidates
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