Team coordinator – West Island

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Join the Little Brothers and be part of a mobilized, dynamic and well-established team, whose staff and volunteers have the organization’s mission at heart. By working with us, you will help bring a ray of sunshine into the lives of socially isolated seniors!

Reporting to the Greater Montreal Regional Director, you will have the following responsibilities:

Support and development of the team of volunteers:

  • Oversee volunteer recruitment, onboarding, recognition, and mobilization
  • Support the implementation of training for volunteers
  • Set up and coordinate committees or work groups
  • Coordinate accompaniment actions (pairing, activities, major parties, etc.)
  • Supervise and support the team’s volunteers in their respective commitments

Relationship and intervention with elders:

  • Carry out follow-ups with accompanied elders in certain specific cases
  • Develop alternative means of support to meet their various needs
  • Work in collaboration with various players in the health and/or community sectors to ensure that the elders receive the necessary services
  • Initiate wellness requests/dreams of seniors as needed and follow up

Representation and development of external relations:

  • Promote the organization and its mission in your area
  • Develop and maintain relationships with local partners (residences/homes, social workers, nonprofit organizations, etc.) to increase the referral of isolated elders and volunteers
  • Make sure to establish lasting partnerships with the various partners in the community and health sectors
  • Participate in consultation tables for elders in the area served
  • Take part in various development projects in the area served

You are our candidate if you have the following:

  • College diploma (DCS) in a field related to community service or another relevant discipline
  • Minimum of 2 years of experience in a similar position and at least 2 years in management and coordination of a team of volunteers
  • Fluent in English and French, both orally and in writing
  • Sensitivity to the conditions and needs of elderly people and especially in connection with vulnerable elderly people
  • Autonomy and initiative
  • Strong organizational, planning and multitasking skills
  • Great communication and facilitation skills
  • Openness to work a flexible schedule (occasional evenings and weekends as well as major holidays such as Christmas and Easter)
  • Owns a car and a valid driver’s license (travel within your area is required)

We are offering:

  • A permanent position at 5 days/week (35 hours/week)
  • A flexible schedule and a hybrid work model (remote and office work)
  • Four weeks of vacation after one year
  • An additional day off on your birthday
  • Paid leave between Christmas and New Year’s Day, from December 24 to January 3
  • A range of competitive benefits (group insurance, group RRSP with employer participation, sick days, etc.)

Want to take up the challenge?

Send your resume to recrutement@petitsfreres.ca

Who we are:

The Little Brothers’ mission to counter the isolation of elderly people, until the end of their lives. The organization welcomes them and supports them by creating a committed and loyal family around them. In constant growth for several years, The Little Brothers have changed the lives of more than 2,500 elders in 2020-21, thanks to the support of more than 3,000 volunteers.

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