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  • Executive Director Centre Walgwan Center

    The Centre Walgwan Center is a bilingual co-ed culturally based addictions treatment center for First Nations / Inuit youth suffering from substance misuse between the ages of 12 to 17 years of age.


    A. Academic, technical and professional competence:

    1. Must have a Bachelor’s degree, preferably with a major in Addiction, Psychology, or Education.

    2. Certification in Youth Intervention is highly desirable, as is an accredited program
    in Social Services, or Criminology.

    3. A certificate in Business Administration or Human Resources Management is an asset.

    B. A minimum of 3 – 5 years of demonstrated skills in….

    1. Leading and managing a treatment or intervention centre or program, preferably involving Aboriginal Youth, or some similar program.

    2. Experience should include policy design and implementation. Capacity to create a constructive, productive, fair and fun work environment.

    3. Must be bilingual and possess effective communications skills, including active listening. Experience in an Aboriginal organization is a definite asset.

    4. Administering a facility, including the ability to develop, propose and manage budgets; oversee leasing arrangements, leasehold improvements and building maintenance; ensure the organization has and maintains quality equipment.

    Salary is based on the Center Walgwan Center salary scale. Applicants must submit their letter of interest with an up to date resume to: to the attention of Maggie Belanger.

    Deadline: July 17th, 2015 12:00 p.m.

    Posted by: QCT Admin
    Created on July 22, 2015 - 7:34am
    expired on August 21, 2015 - 7:36am (2 weeks 16 hours ago)
  • Advertising Sales Representative

    Advertising Sales Representative

    The Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph, Quebec City's only English-language newspaper, is looking for a competent, motivated
    advertising sales representative to work in the Quebec City area.

    Benefits and opportunities  

    • Work on your own schedule from home

    • Great earning potential, based on commission

    • Free print/online subscription to the QCT

    • Great colleagues – the QCT staff are a dynamic, multi-generational, multi-cultural cohort dedicated to the continuity of North America’s oldest newspaper, and our potlucks are becoming legendary.

    • Joining our award-winning team is a great way to network with the city’s English-language community, and you’ll have the added satisfaction of knowing you’re contributing to over 250 years of journalism history.

    • Servicing and expanding existing accounts by maintaining good customer relations and developing advertising ideas that meet customers' business needs.
    • Prospecting for new accounts, including researching advertisers in other publications and reviewing new businesses in the area.
    • Contacting and renewing former advertising contracts.
    • Replying to telephone enquiries concerning our advertising services.
    • Addressing customer concerns in a timely and appropriate manner.
    • Reaching and/or surpassing sales targets.

    • College diploma in Business, Marketing, or related fields, or previous sales experience.
    • Cell phone with email capability and a valid driver's licence.
    • Must live in the Quebec City area
    • Excellent communications skills and fluency in both French and English.
    • Ability to work without direct supervision.

    Qualified candidates are invited to send their CV with a covering letter to the attention of Ray Stanton at

    Posted by: Shirley Nadeau
    Created on May 12, 2015 - 9:24pm
    expired on July 18, 2015 - 8:35pm (6 weeks 6 days ago)