Employment Opportunity - Cape Breton Connect Partnership
Community Technology Engagement Coordinator and Interns (Temporary, Full Time)
Location: Recreation departments in CBRM, Inverness County and Richmond County and Physical Activity Department in Victoria County
Reporting directly to the site supervisor.
Intern Duties and Responsibilities (including, but not limited to):
◾Updating of files on the Cape Breton Connect database
◾Assist and support recreation partners to manage electronic files on the database
◾Ensure that all files on Cape Breton Connect have the same design
◾Other technology responsibilities as determined by the individual recreation departments
Coordinator Duties and responsibilities as above, plus the additional responsibilities:
◾Supervise interns participating in this project to ensure terms of employment and workloads are being met.
◾Provide weekly updates to CB Connect Partnership about progress of work.
◾Ensure proper reporting of hours for interns hired under the program.
◾Participate in quarterly meetings with Community Technology Network of Nova Scotia (CTNet) to ensure terms of the project are being fulfilled.
◾Verbal and written reports to CTNet's Executive Director as required.
◾Post-Secondary or community college education. (It is not necessary to have completed any degree or diploma, and do not have to be currently enrolled)
◾Ability to work independently with little supervision.
◾Between the ages of 15 and 30
◾Ability to meet deadlines.
◾Excellent written and verbal communications skills
The Community Technology Engagement Intern will at the end of the term:
◾Gain further knowledge in technical support in a community setting
◾Receive training in database management
◾Gain experience in training recreation staff in database management
Applicants must be between the ages of 15 & 30 at the time of intake; Have demonstrated skills achievement at the post-secondary level – this means that the participant must have more than secondary school achievement. If the participant is a high school dropout who has taken an equivalency course or courses, they would not qualify. If the participant entered university or college as a mature student and is pursuing a course of study at the post-secondary level, they would qualify; Be a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or person who has been granted refugee status in Canada and be legally entitled to work in Canada; Must not be in receipt of Employment Insurance benefits while participating in a CF project; Students who have been employed under this funding before are NOT eligible to be hired again; If hired, successful applicant will be required to undergo a criminal record check and a Child Abuse Registry Check as well
$17.00 per hour (Coordinator)
$15.00 per hour (Interns)
Duration: Anticipated start date Monday, January 9, 2017 - Friday, March 31, 2017
Please note: position is conditional on funding
Please email resume with 3 references by December 16 to the contact below for the county in which you wish to work:
In Victoria County: Vince Forrestall, Physical Activity Strategy Coordinator
◾In-person: 495 Chebucto Street, Baddeck, NS B0E 1B0