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Seeking

Recreation Administrator – Summer Student

The Centre for Social Justice and Good Works (the ‘Centre’) is seeking a Recreation Administrator – Summer Student to support ‘I Love to Move’ and other initiatives at the Centre. This is an eight-week contract position at 35 hours a week plus unpaid lunch breaks starting on July 5th, 2021.


The Key Responsibilities of the Recreation Administrator - Summer Student includes:

- Responsible for planning, coordinating and running the ‘I Love to Move’ recreation program.

- Register youth for the program, recruit volunteers, purchase snacks and act as a point of contact for ‘I Love to Move’ inquiries.

- Assist with creating, advertising and promoting recreational videos, events and programs through social media.

- Conduct research on marketing strategies for Centre programs including ‘Sweet Change’ and assist with arranging wholesale of products to community partners.

- Represent Sweet Change at Mill Market and all other important community events.

- Perform administrative duties such as creating invoices, filing documents, answering phone calls, sending emails, maintaining stakeholder relationships and creating documentation pertinent to programs at Sweet Change and the Centre.

- Provide support to Sweet Change and Centre staff.

The successful application must meet the requirements of the Canada Summer Jobs Program:

- Applicant must be a Post-Secondary full-time student studying Marketing, Communication, Community Development, Business, or a related field.

- Applicant must be between the age of 15 – 30 years of age at the start of employment.

- Applicant must be a Canadian citizen, Permanent resident or a person who has been granted refugee status in Canada. International students are not eligible to participate.


The successful application should have the following qualifications:

- Fluent in English, have basic computer skills and be flexible in duty assignment.

- Workdays will be a maximum of 5 days per week (between Monday and Saturday) and hours will generally vary between 9 a.m. and 7 p.m., depending on project needs.

- Must be a creative thinker.

- Must enjoy working as a team.

- Must be able to promote programs with enthusiasm.

- Must be able to easily communicate with and inspire confidence in our community.


Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to ‘centresjgw@gmail.com’ by Sunday, June 20th, 2021, at 4:30 p.m. Eastern Time.


Any applications received after the due date will not be considered. The Centre is a non-profit organization that envisions an inclusive, welcoming community in which people are inspired, empowered, and supported to work together to transform society for the greater good through works of service and social justice.

 

Seeking

Sales Associate - Retail – Summer Student

The Centre for Social Justice and Good Works (the ‘Centre’) and Sweet Change is seeking a Sales Associate - Retail – Summer Student to support projects and initiatives at the Centre. This is an eleven week contract position at 25 hours a week plus unpaid lunch breaks starting on July 5th, 2021.

The Key Responsibilities of the Sales Associate - Retail - Summer Student includes:

- Responsible for preparing and handling orders for online, curbside pickup, delivery clients and retail store during special holidays and Mill Market events.

- Act as a point of contact for Sweet Change orders/inquiries and attend community stakeholder meetings.

- Assist with advertising and promoting events and programs through social media.

- Conduct research on marketing strategies for Centre programs including ‘Sweet Change’ and assist with arranging wholesale of products to community partners.

- Represent Sweet Change at Mill Market and all other important community events.

- Perform administrative duties such as creating invoices, filing documents, answering phone calls, sending emails, maintaining stakeholder relationships and creating documentation pertinent to programs at Sweet Change and the Centre.

- Provide support to Sweet Change and Centre staff. 

The successful application must meet the requirements of the Canada Summer Jobs Program:

- Applicant must be a Post-Secondary full-time student studying Marketing, Communication, Community Development, Business, or a related field.

- Applicant must be between the age of 15 – 30 years of age at the start of employment.

- Applicant must be a Canadian citizen, Permanent resident or a person who has been granted refugee status in Canada. International students are not eligible to participate.


The successful application should have the following qualifications:

- Fluent in English, have basic computer skills and be flexible in duty assignment.

- Workdays will be a maximum of 5 days per week (between Monday and Saturday) and hours will generally vary between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., depending on project needs.

- Must be a creative thinker.

- Must enjoy working as a team.

- Must be able to promote programs with enthusiasm.

- Must be able to easily communicate with and inspire confidence in our community. 

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to ‘centresjgw@gmail.com’ by Sunday, June 20th, 2021, at 4:30 p.m. Eastern Time.


Any applications received after the due date will not be considered. The Centre is a non-profit organization that envisions an inclusive, welcoming community in which people are inspired, empowered, and supported to work together to transform society for the greater good through works of service and social justice.

 

ACTion SSM

(Employment, Entrepreneurship, Education)

At this time in our history, we are more aware than ever of the uncertainty of life.  We get to decide right now if we want our life path to be different, from here forward.  If there is anything that you have ever hoped for, wished for, or dreamed about, now is the time to take action and make it happen.  No one else will do this for you.

ACTion SSM is a path for you to take right now.  If you are at a fork in the road and have a desire to feel healthier, find work, be more productive, learn about being self-employed, gain new skills, or continue your education, there is a path.  The entrepreneur training will also help employees to understand what employers face and what they look for in an employee.  The only cost to you is a full commitment to better yourself.

Call or email us to find out more.  The Centre for Social Justice and Good Works is a not-for-profit corporation in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario providing community leadership, recreation, and skills training programs.  We also own and operate Sweet Change, A Chocolate Company. 

We believe in you.  We are waiting for you.  You can do this.  If you are ready to do the work and join with others who are prepared to create change, then apply now.  We are looking for five unique individuals to start our next intake.

(This is a physically distanced, 12 month, part-time, weekday program.  You can graduate into the workforce at any point along the path and will receive one year of support, mentoring, coaching and advocacy from the Centre.)

 

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3 Queen St. E
Sault Ste. Marie, ON
P6A 1Y4, Canada

705.450.4483

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