Awani Review

Complete News World

Communications Assistant –

Communications Assistant –

Are you a skilled communicator and want to play a key role in the fight against food insecurity in Montreal? Do you want to promote the services of a community organization on a humanitarian level where teamwork shines? So, dear passionate about communication that creates meaning, Community Kitchens of the Great Plateau (CCGP) has a stimulating and rewarding job to offer you!

The position we offer you is an excellent way to showcase your writing, interpersonal, animation, and even project management skills.

As part of a small, dynamic, supportive and innovative team, under the supervision of the Communications Coordinator, you will be responsible for:

  • Maintain links and communications with members/partners to stimulate community life by planning and writing articles/press releases on key communication tools (Facebook, monthly newsletter, blog, quarterly bulletin board);
  • Write content on food safety, healthy eating, food waste issues, etc., to complement external programs and communications.
  • Design, write, produce and distribute documents and support to promote our various activities (posters, advertisements, press releases, leaflets, photographs, etc.);
  • Act as site supervisor or technical and editorial management (additions, updates and content modifications);
  • Conducting surveys and developing performance measures for specific programs in cooperation with the project manager.
  • Respond to general inquiries (email address information and telephone/on-site requests);
  • Assist the Communications Coordinator in all her activities related to the annual communications plan, drafting the annual activity report, preparing self-financing campaigns and organizing the annual general meeting;

Depending on your interests, you will have the opportunity to develop your one-off animation skills with young people, collaborate on writing grant applications and participate in meetings with partners.

See also  A new video reveals the design and confirms the 120Hz screen شاشة

The position offered can become a full-time position if you feel you have the skills and interest to do more than just networking such as taking charge of specific projects/programmes offered by CCGP.

Our team is looking for a new employee who will be able to demonstrate that they have:

  • – At least two years of experience related to communications management/writing.
  • Bachelor's degree in Communications or a combination of relevant studies and experience;
  • Proficiency in written French and drafting skills.
  • Sense of organisation, independence and initiative;
  • Creative mind, interpersonal skills and strong teamwork ability.
  • Excellent verbal communication skills, working knowledge of English;
  • Good knowledge of the following technology tools: Canva, InDesign, MS Office, Google Suite etc.;
  • CCGPs Assets: Knowledge of community ecology and the collaborative life of a non-profit organization, demonstrate a marked interest in cooking, food security and the impact of climate change on people's well-being, and enjoy connecting with people 7-77 years old!

CCGP offers you competitive and flexible employment conditions:

  • Position 25 hours/week (3-4 days/week) with expanded capabilities;
  • Salary based on your skills, minimum $22 per hour;
  • Group insurance plan (health, dental, life insurance) paid by the employer at a rate of 75%;
  • Replacement for your cell phone.
  • Office closures during Christmas and sick leave periods;
  • A hybrid work mode (face-to-face/remote work) with a schedule that allows a certain amount of flexibility;
  • Continue training in your area of ​​expertise or in a new, related area of ​​interest;
  • Ongoing guidance to allow you to progress and weekly support;
  • Nice, diverse and inclusive business atmosphere with casual attire!
See also  Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite 2022 becomes official

About CCGP

Founded more than 30 years ago on the Mont-Royal plateau, our organization has a mission to promote food independence and healthy eating and to contribute to making cooking a source of sharing, mutual assistance, creating connections and social commitment. We run group kitchen groups and cooking activities for children, have a Ready to Cook program for seniors in unstable situations, offer unsold food processing and canning activities, as well as overseeing a community garden and a youth program aimed at environmental conservation and transition.

CCGP is an organization valued by the entire Grand Plateau community: participants and partners. We are known for our dynamism and stability, our innovative projects, our professionalism and reliability, our involvement and sense of partnership, and we enjoy good financial health.


Marketing and communications

25 hours/week

Day, day, part time, full time

Social benefits

Flexible hours


Sick leave

Insurance group

Social activities

Life balance with work