Job Opportunities


Looking for a Summer Job? We’re Hiring! 

Two opportunities available!

 

To apply: Send a cover letter and resume to hiring jobs@sudburyworkerscentre.ca

 

Job #1: COMMUNICATIONS  INTERN

Job Title:         Communications and Outreach Officer

Reports to:     Communications Officer

Hours of Work:  Full time – 37.5 hours/ week,  9 – 5,  (Flexible – Evening and Weekend Work Required)

Hours of Work:           Full time – 37.5 hours/ week,  9 – 5,  (Flexible – Evening and Weekend Work Required)

                                    8 week contract. Flexible start time.

 Rate of Pay: $15.00/hour

The Sudbury Workers Education and Advocacy Centre is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage members of the BIPOC community, members of the 2SLGBTQIA+ community, and workers requiring accommodation to apply. Applications are accepted until the job position is filled.

Summary of work areas:

Summary of work areas:

The Communications Intern  is responsible for working with our communications team to develop and implement  digital and social media marketing strategies to expand and enhance our reach.  The successful candidate will develop a content calendar, assist with content creation, and measure and optimize strategies for maximum success

Duties Include:

  • Develop digital content to increase web traffic
  • Analyze content metrics
  • Generate innovates ideas to promote our services and programs
  • Address advertising needs
  • Ensure brand consistency through our marketing channels
  • Ensure consistency of messaging across digital platforms.
  • Attending meetings as required
  • Attend appropriate events and promote the Sudbury Workers Education and Advocacy centre and our programs and aims.

Requirements:

  • Returning to school (secondary, post-secondary or graduate school ) in the fall of 2022
  • Bilingualism (any second language) considered an asset, but not a requirement. 
  • Working knowledge of labour standards considered an asset; but we are interested in candidates who are passionate, with lived experience, who are willing to share and engage.

This position is funded by the Canada Summer Jobs Grant  and is available to students who are returning to school (secondary or post-secondary) in the fall of 2022. Eligible applicants must be permanent residents or Canadian Citizens.

To apply: Send a cover letter and resume to hiring jobs@sudburyworkerscentre.ca

 

Job #2: RESEARCH INTERN

Reports to:     Communications Officer

Hours of Work:           Full time – 37.5 hours/ week,  9 – 5,  (Flexible – Evening and Weekend Work Required)

                                    8 week contract. Flexible start time.

Rate of Pay: $15.00/hour

The Sudbury Workers Education and Advocacy Centre is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage members of the BIPOC community, members of the 2SLGBTQIA+ community, and workers requiring accommodation to apply. Applications are accepted until the job position is filled.

Summary of work areas:

The Research Intern  is responsible for working with our communications team to develop and deliver fact sheets, information resources, and a workshop presentation on Rights in the Workplace for those with a criminal record.

Duties Include:

  • Research community groups and organizations in the region working with people with criminal records for resource and knowledge sharing , and to determine possible partnerships
  • Research information on rights and restrictions for workers with a criminal record, including in the Employment Standards Act and other pertinent legislation, as well as in case law as appropriate.
  • Develop fact and information sheets
  • Develop and deliver a workshop presentation on Rights at Work with a Criminal Record
  • Develop digital content on Rights at Work
  • Attending meetings as required
  • Attend appropriate events and promote the Sudbury Workers Education and Advocacy centre and our programs and aims.

Requirements:

  • Returning to school (secondary, post-secondary or graduate school ) in the fall of 2022
  • Bilingualism (any second language) considered an asset, but not a requirement. 
  • Working knowledge of labour standards considered an asset; but we are interested in candidates who are passionate, with lived experience, who are willing to share and engage.

This position is funded by the Canada Summer Jobs Grant  and is available to students who are returning to school (secondary or post-secondary) in the fall of 2022. Eligible applicants must be permanent residents or Canadian Citizens.

To apply: Send a cover letter and resume to hiring jobs@sudburyworkerscentre.ca