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Job offer : English Language Content Coordinator

Are you looking for a stimulating job in a friendly and dynamic work environment? Would you like to help promote access to justice? Éducaloi’s team of 30 diverse professionals works toward a common goal: simplifying and democratizing the law. Éducaloi is also a flexible employer that prioritizes the well-being of its employees and plays an active role in the justice milieu.

You have until Februart 12, 2023 to email us

  • your cover letter
  • CV

at: recrutement@educaloi.qc.ca.

Job Description

The English Language Content Coordinator will be responsible for the creation, enhancement, repurposing and dissemination of legal information and education tools intended for Quebec’s English-speaking Community (ESC) and the organizations which serve them.  

The position will also involve promoting Éducaloi’s services within Quebec’s ESC and collaborating to develop and maintain links with different English-speaking communities around Quebec, their organizations, and their community workers.

This position is under the supervisions of Éducaloi’s management team.

Responsabilities

Content Creation

  • Participate in consultations of various clientèles with a perspective of collaborative creation.
  • Develop legal information and education tools intended for Quebec’s ESC and the organizations which serve it.
  • Analyze, enhance, and repurpose different types of legal information tools (particularly workshops, guides, and pamphlets).

Networking and Animation

  • Collaborate to maintain a network of members of Quebec’s ESC interested or involved in public legal education by regularly publicizing information about Éducaloi’s new contents and activities through various media (writing newsletters, updating website, contributing to activity reports, etc.)
  • Maintaining and developing Éducaloi’s presence in different English-speaking communities around Quebec to help Éducaloi achieve its objectives regarding these communities.
  • Develop, organize and animate workshops for different English-speaking audiences.

In House Capacity Building

  • Advise the Éducaloi team in developing projects and tools to assist community workers.
  • Collaborate in the enhancement of Éducaloi’s in-house knowledge regarding the needs of community workers, particularly through the creation of tools, workshops and individual coaching.
  • Develop the Éducaloi team’s knowledge regarding the frontline work of community organizations and collaboration with the community sector.
  • Collaborate with Éducaloi’s School Content Coordinator to develop English-language content intended for schools (including adult education centres and English as a second language classes).  

Professional Qualifications

  • Diploma in social sciences (social work, education or a related discipline)
  • Experience in creating educational tools or in popular education
  • Experience in frontline community work (an asset)  
  • Training or experience in the community sector (an asset)
  • Good knowledge of: 
    • issues and challenges faced by English-speaking communities in Quebec.
    • organizations and services for immigrants and indigenous communities.
    • the English-language education network (an asset)  

Language and Communication

  • Excellent written and spoken English
  • Good knowledge of written and spoken French

Required Skills

  • Autonomy and resourcefulness
  • Communication and conceptualisation of ideas
  • Multi-tasking and priority management
  • Client services orientation
  • Critical analysis and problem-solving
  • Networking

Technical Skills

  • Very good knowledge of computer tools such as the Office 365 suite.
  • Very good knowledge of PowerPoint
  • Familiarity with brainstorming software such as Miro (an asset)
  • Good knowledge of Adobe Suite or other multimedia creation software (an asset)  

Other

  • Valid driver’s license and available for occasional travel.

What You Will Like About Us (among other things)

  • A schedule that you manage independently and that allows you to balance your professional and personal life. 
  • Fridays without internal meetings! 
  • Our 3 annual “innovation” days, when you take the time to focus on a subject that motivates you personally! 
  • A flexible remote-working policy designed for post-pandemic life.   
  • Casual dress every day, even though you work with lawyers! 
  • Offices in the heart of the Old Port of Montreal (within walking distance of Place-d’Armes and Champ-de-Mars stations). 
  • An atmosphere that encourages collaboration, discussion, and laughter. 
  • Regular training sessions, not necessarily related to your position: tech tips, self-care, ergonomics, beer tasting, non-violent communication, etc. 
  • In addition to your weeks of vacation, 5 personal days and 14 statutory holidays per year. 
  • Payment of your annual fees for the Barreau du Québec or the Chambre des notaires du Québec.