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Employment Coordinator @ Tyndale St Georges

September 22, 2017 @ 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM


Summary of position

Under the supervision of the Adult Development Department Director, the Employment Coordinator prepares curriculum and class materials for the Employment Training Program, teaches and facilitates workshops targeted at the development of life skills, employment, and computer skills. In addition, she/he coordinates the program, maintains ties with community partners and promotes the program to the wider community. She/he participates as an active and effective member of the Adult Development Department team in a manner that enhances the delivery of Tyndale St-Georges’ programs and services while promoting its values and upholding its reputation in the larger community. She/he promotes a conducive environment for team work.


Guide participants

Assess the participant’s needs

Develop and monitor an action plan for each participant

Refer participants to other organizations according to their needs

Assist with the vocational advising

Prepare material for workshops

Lead dynamic life skills, employment and computer workshops (Approximately 15 hours/week)

Follow participants’ progress

Administrate PPE project

Update employers database

Support Department Director in relationships with grant partner

Complete administrative tasks required by our funder associated with program

Prepare monthly program calendars

Maintain participants’ attendance log

Manage PPE project

Recruitment of participants

Help recruit guest speakers for workshops

Build links with potential employers for work/internship placements

Plan different activities for the program

Provide occasional program reports and statistics

Assist in supporting fieldwork students

Promote PPE project

Participate at various local committees and/or networking activities

Establish professional relationships with various employers/organizations

Raise community awareness about Center’s services

Support of Tyndale St-Georges

Assist in the promotion of Center’s activities and services

Participate in special events, meetings and other activities of Tyndale St-Georges

Skills and abilities

Establish and maintain professional relationships

Active listening/comprehension

Empathetic with strong communication & interpersonal skills

Fluent in English and good knowledge of French 

Training and teaching skills

Time management/organization skills

Working with ethno-cultural communities


Workshop animation is dynamic and creates a favorable learning environment

Workshop participants find employment or continue to higher education

Content of workshops meets participants’ needs

Participants, fund partner, team members, volunteers and Adult Department Director are satisfied

Reports of the program are adequately completed

Problems are resolved efficiently and professionally


Bachelor degree (or) College degree with relevant experience

Experience in employability, group animation, adult teaching or helping relationship

Since 1927, Tyndale St-Georges Community Centre has served the residents of Little Burgundy, supporting them to overcome systemic barriers, poverty, and discrimination. Our goal is to join them as they advocate for themselves within the local and broader community and we support their efforts to build their confidence and realize their aspirations and individual potential.

If the mission of Tyndale St-Georges Community Centre resonates with you, and you are interested in joining our dynamic and dedicated team, please email your cover letter and CV to info@tyndalestgeorges.com by Friday, September 22nd, 2017 at 2:00 p.m.

Tyndale St-Georges is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to hiring a workforce inclusive of the diverse population it serves.

870 Carré Richmond, Montreal, QC HEJ 1V7

Tel: 514 931-6265 – Fax: 514 931-1343 – info@tyndalestgeorges.com  www.tyndalestgeorges.com


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September 22, 2017
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Event Category:



Québec Canada + Google Map


September 22, 2017
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Event Category:



Québec Canada + Google Map