Office Management & Administration

  • Daily office management e.g. supplies, recycling, maintenance, IT problem solving, storage systems
  • Identify and assist with development and management of effective office and computer systems
  • Provide administrative support to program staff & community members, e.g. filing/archiving, training on use of computer programs and office equipment

Information & Data Management

  • Assist with development and maintenance of communications contact systems and databases
  • Assist with development and production of appropriate statistical reports to support program planning and decision-making

Site Management

  • Assist with the development and implementation of systems to manage bookings and logistics for our new Organizing Training Centre

Fundraising & Communications

  • Develop, coordinate and manage logistics for all fundraising events, including our annual ‘Workers’ Bowl’
  • Assist with the development of fundraising strategies and campaigns
  • Manage fundraising tools and donor management systems

Program Support

  • Develop, coordinate and manage logistics for events, meetings and trainings
  • Assist program staff with design, development and production of materials
  • Support and mentor community members on administrative/computer skills & procedures

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Hours: Full-time 35 hours per week Salary range: $42,767-$53,267 based on experience Occasional evening and weekend work will be required. Employer RRSP and health benefits after successful completion of 6 month probation.

How to Apply

Submit cover letter and resume to OEERC Hiring Committee by FRIDAY, MARCH 31 at 5 pm by fax, mail or drop-off (NO EMAILS PLEASE): Mail/drop off: 720 Spadina Avenue, Suite 206, Toronto M5S 2T9 Fax:  416-533-0107

About Ontario Employment Education & Research Centre

The OEERC is a charitable organization committed to improving public education and awareness on workplace legislation, as well as developing and implementing much-needed supports and strategies for workers who have experienced violations of their rights. We strongly believe that the most effective public education and support on workplace issues happens at the grassroots level and is grounded in a commitment to the development of peer support networks and community leaders – and to this end we deliver our programming by working closely with our community partners who share the same vision – Workers’ Action Centre, Migrant Workers Alliance for Change, Caregivers Action Centre to name a few.