BABILLARD COMMUNAUTAIRE

2023-12-31
Hear Entendre Quebéc

Programs Coordinator

Hear Québec is looking for a committed candidate to fill the position of Programs coordinator. This position will work as part of a team to provide service to the English hard-of-hearing community by assisting in the development, promotion and implementation of accessible activities and events. This is a one year contract with the possibility of extension.

Major responsibilities:
Communicating and building relationships with community partners and engaging with them to participate in educating the community on accessibility for people with hearing loss.
Interacting with members who seek information and support as part of our programs.
Using google forms, social media, virtual meeting platforms and our website to promote and evaluate the program activities.

Coordinating program logistics, materials, forms, and providing support during activities and events.
Attending staff meetings to communicate plans, coordinate tasks and make decisions that reflect the needs of the organization.

Requirements
Experience in program planning and development
Experience with program animation and management
Must be legally entitled to work in Canada
Flexible Work Schedule with weekend and evening availability to support events
Driver’s license and access to a vehicle
Fluently Bilingual in English and French

Assets
Experience with Google Workspace (Calendar, Sheets, Docs, Drive)
Experience in fundraising
Experience working with people with a disability, specifically hearing loss
Experience with non-profit organizations

Hear Québec is proud of its diverse, committed, focused and respectful staff and volunteers. With a dynamic and fast paced work environment, you would want to work for Hear Québec because;
Hear Québec has a long history of growth and stability in the not-for-profit sector
Creates opportunity for you to have a positive impact for your community
Many opportunities for training and skills development

To Apply
Please submit your CV in English plus a cover letter to jobs@hearhear.org explaining how you meet the requirements and assets for this job.
Please note that this job supports people having additional barriers to entering or staying in the labor market and who self-identify as being part of under-represented groups, including those who are part of the LGBTQ2+ community. Priority will be given to persons with disabilities, especially those who are hard of hearing oral communicators.

About Hear Québec
Hear Québec is the only registered nonprofit organization in Québec which serves Anglophones affected by hearing loss. Hear Québec has been providing ongoing programs, services, and support to the hard of hearing community in and around the greater Montréal area since 1979 – over 40 years.

Many of our team and board members are people affected by hearing loss. We understand and are concerned with the struggles and the difficulties that people with hearing difficulties often experience in their daily lives. As a largely “invisible” disability, there are many “myths” and misconceptions about hearing loss. Our vision is a community where we can hear, be heard and thrive.