Bilingual Network Manager

  • Volet de programme : Jeunesse Canada au travail dans les deux langues officielles
  • Titre de l'emploi : Bilingual Network Manager
  • Nom de l’organisme : FACTS
  • Lieu de l’emploi : Edmonton, Alberta
  • Durée de l'emploi : 2017-04-17 à 2017-08-31 (13 semaines)
  • Salaire horaire : 13,25 $

Job Description:

The primary responsibility will be to manage the development our Canada 2017 and other networks in both French and English. The successful candidate will work with community organizations, team members and volunteers in developing networks, archives (especially digital archives) and resources, such as Finder’s Guides. Our networks are community based, and connect with organizations and individuals across Canada that work with families, teachers, students, parents, and seniors. A special effort will be made to contact groups that work in both French and English, with aboriginal people, persons with disabilities, and newcomers to Canada. The employee must support our Value-Based Medium, including the values of our partners and sponsors, and work on projects (like doing payroll) with other team members, our partners and/or sponsors, as required.

Our Organization:

FACTS (Family And Community Twining Society) is a non-profit society based out of Spruce Grove, Alberta, whose mandate is the promotion of community networking and the facilitation of community dialogues through various forms of communication including in person and online dialogue. To further this goal, we have established a network known as FACTSnet. FACTS partners with and mutually supports other organizations such as Société de Tourisme Centralta/Centralta Tourism Society and Collaborative Information Networks.

Our networks cover a variety of areas, and are mostly developed by summer students in conjunction with anyone who would like to participate. We have several heritage networks, including ones that serve communities related to Campus St. Jean. Currently, we are focusing on Canada 2017 Networks, in celebration of Canada’s 150th anniversary.

Duration: 13 weeks -April 17th - August 26th, (note we want to start as soon as we are funded and allow for flexibility in end dates to accommodate personal development)

Location: You will work at Campus St. Jean in the heart of Edmonton's Francophone community. Some research, training and network development may take place at other sites within and outside the community.

To apply: Send your resume to by April 15th.

Field of study: Administration with some accounting to do payroll an asset.

Computer and other skills: Good Internet skills and able to learn new systems quickly. Good research and communication skills, especially in French

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