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We thank all candidates for submitting their résumés.  Only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

Integration Worker

Integration Worker
12 month maternity leave contract

JOB SUMMARY
As part of the Immigration department, the Integration Worker supports the new immigrant’s integration into the Montreal and Jewish community by engaging newcomers into the social, political and cultural fabric of the local and greater community primarily through group activities such as educational programs, language courses, information sessions, social and cultural activities such as outings and trips.
 

 

RESPONSIBILITIES
• Create effective and innovative programs for newcomers with a view toward comfortable integration into the Montreal and Jewish community
• Oversee budgets, scheduling, registration, and all logistical details associated with programs
• Engage, work with and train volunteers
• Respond to newcomers by providing course training and program resources within Ometz and in Montreal
• Animate Welcome sessions as needed
• Work collaboratively within the immigration team and within the larger agency
• Collaborate with the Marketing Department to prepare appropriate materials
• Outreach to newcomers to promote programs and establish interest
 

REQUIREMENTS
• Fluent English, French and Russian. Hebrew is an asset.
• Knowledge of integration challenges, and needs of new immigrants
• Experience in planning and implementing programs, events, etc
• Minimum 5 years’ experience in a helping profession
• University bachelor’s degree in a related field (human relations, social work, teaching)
• Word, Excel and Outlook
• Familiar with Jewish culture and community
• Available to work two evenings a week and occasional Sundays
 


Please submit your CV and letter of interest by October 15, 2014 to tracey.patterson@ometz.ca.

We thank all candidates for submitting their résumés.
Only those selected for interviews will be contacted.
 

Development Coordinator

JOB SUMMARY

The Development Coordinator is responsible for providing full administrative and practical support to the Director of Development in the coordination of events, special projects and donor recognition as well as the overall integrity of the donor database.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Data Entry / Database Maintenance
•    Enter and update donor profiles in Donor Perfect database.
•    Maintain and establish systems for fund tracking, reporting and donor information systems for removing duplicates, validating accuracy of information and direct mailings.
•    Prepare regular reports and lists for the Director of Development.
Donor Relations
•    Provide administrative support to the Director in developing and implementing all aspects of donor engagement, stewardship and recognition
•    Support the implementation of a social media presence in coordination with marketing department
•    Draft and send thank you letters and tribute cards.
Supporting Events
•    Provide administrative support in the implementation and coordination of fundraising events and special projects, as required;
•    Collaborate with marketing department to produce materials to support fundraising efforts
•    Assist in organizing committee meetings; food, rooms, sending notices and taking minutes

REQUIREMENTS

•    DEC / DEP, Office Technology or appropriate experience
•    Minimum 3 years of relevant work experience including database management
•    Proficiency using Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access and Outlook)
•    Excellent oral and written communication skills in English and French
•    Demonstrated proficiency in social media
•    Commitment to highest quality output
•    Complete confidentiality and discretion, tact and poise, sound judgment
•    Experience in a fast-paced office
•    Resourceful, fast learner


Please submit your CV and letter of interest by October 10, 2014 to tracey.patterson@ometz.ca.
We thank all candidates for submitting their résumés.
Only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

 

School Counsellor Orthodox High School

Part Time – 10 month contract

JOB SUMMARY
The Ometz School Counsellor provides support, consultation and collaborative leadership to schools, administrators, staff, families and students with the express goal of enhancing student school functioning.

RESPONSIBILITIES

•    Psychosocial assessment of students and families around school-related issues
•    Formulation and implementation of school and classroom based intervention plans
•    Ongoing counselling with students/families
•    Consultation and collaboration with administrators and staff around both individual students and global school issues
•    Group work/workshops with students/classes, parents or staff, as needed
•    Crisis intervention

 REQUIREMENTS

•    Professional degree (master’s level or equivalent) in a related mental health field
•    Knowledge of child development and family systems
•    Knowledge of group work
•    Sensitivity to the Jewish community
•    Knowledge of school systems
•    French fluency mandatory
•    Eligibility for appropriate order membership


Please submit a letter of interest and CV to Joanne Baskin, Manager, School Services at joanne.baskin@ometz.ca

This position requires the candidate undergo a vulnerable sector police check.
We thank all candidates for submitting their résumés.
Only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

 

Occupational Therapy Consultant

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPISTS NEEDED TO WORK IN SCHOOLS

Agence Ometz is looking for a qualified pediatric occupational therapist to work in schools. Our Occupational Therapy program provides resources and consultation to schools, administrators, families and students with the express goal of enhancing student school functioning. The occupational therapist works in collaboration with teachers, parents, speech therapists and school counselors to help students reach their optimal learning capacity.

 We’re offering:
• Positions available, starting September 2014
• English and French placements
• Flexible Hours
• A dynamic working environment

Requirements:
• Eligibility for membership in the OEQ
• Experience working in a pediatric setting or schools
• Bilingualism
• An automobile
 


Contact:

Deborah Groper

T: 514.342.0000 poste 3420
F: 514.342.2371

deborah.groper@ometz.ca

Speech Therapy Consultants

SPEECH-LANGUAGE THERAPISTS NEEDED TO WORK IN SCHOOLS

Agence Ometz provides consultative, on site, services to schools in Montreal. Speech and language therapists will work with students, parents, teachers, school counselors and the agency as part of a team to provide consultations, screenings and strategies.

We’re offering:
• Positions starting September 2014
• Anglophone and Francophone placements
• Flexible schedule, per diem
• Working in a dynamic environment


Requirements:
• Masters Level in Speech Language Pathology
• Work experience in a pediatric or school based setting
• Member of OOAQ and associated with CASLPA
• Bilingualism
• An automobile
 


Contact:

Deborah Groper
T: 514.342.0000 poste 3420
F: 514.342.2371

deborah.groper@ometz.ca

 

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