Job Opportunities

Full-time, Contractual and Temporary positions

Current Positions available:

Contractual Positions

Speechreading Instructor

The speechreading instructor helps people with hearing loss who struggle to communicate.  This is a unique opportunity to work with a dynamic team and people affected by hearing loss. This position is on-site, but there are opportunities to work remotely. This position is temporary and part time. Some of the benefits for working with our team include: a fun work environment, flexible hours, comfortable clothing attire, an inclusive and diverse work environment and professional learning opportunities. We are hiring for this position on a rolling basis so apply as soon as you can! Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.  Priority will be given to persons with disabilities, especially those who are hard of hearing oral communicators.

Temporary Positions:

Canada’s Summer Jobs are open to all Canadian citizens or permanent residents 30 years old or younger.

Community Development Worker

The Community Development worker helps the organization maintain its understanding of the community and to fill the gaps in services that are needed related to hearing loss.  This is a unique opportunity to work with a dynamic team and people affected by hearing loss. This position is on-site, but there are opportunities to work remotely. Some of the benefits for working with our team include: a fun work environment, flexible hours, comfortable clothing attire, an inclusive and diverse work environment and professional learning opportunities. We are hiring for this position on a rolling basis so apply as soon as you can! Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.  Priority will be given to persons with disabilities, especially those who are hard of hearing oral communicators.

Community Recreational and Leisure Programs Counsellor

This counselor will be creating and implementing accessible digital activities for children at risk of noise-induced hearing loss. Noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) programs have always been necessary but have become increasingly so during the pandemic as children spend more and more time on devices that can produce damaging sounds and are often used at dangerous volume levels. The programs created by the counselor will provide tips and assistance related to hearing loss prevention. The counselor will use digital means such as Google Forms, social media platforms, and the Hear Québec website to promote, implement, and evaluate the NIHL programs.

This is a unique opportunity to work with a dynamic team and people affected by hearing loss. This position is on-site, but there are opportunities to work remotely. Some of the benefits for working with our team include: a fun work environment, flexible hours, comfortable clothing attire, an inclusive and diverse work environment and professional learning opportunities. We are hiring for this position on a rolling basis so apply as soon as you can! Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.  Priority will be given to persons with disabilities, especially those who are hard of hearing oral communicators.

Website Administrator

The Website Administrator will be responsible for supporting and growing Hear Québec’s membership through communications, data management, and volunteer recruitment and supervision. Tasks within communications will include maintaining and updating our website using WordPress and NationBuilder. The opportunity is aimed at someone with knowledge and/or an interest in coding (HTML), Google analytics, and search engine optimization (SEO). This position also requires excellent writing in English and a working knowledge of French. The administrator needs to be comfortable gathering and analyzing data to use in decision making processes about what to post and how to allocate resources.

This is a unique opportunity to work with a dynamic team and people affected by hearing loss. This position is on-site, but there are opportunities to work remotely. Some of the benefits for working with our team include: a fun work environment, flexible hours, comfortable clothing attire, an inclusive and diverse work environment and professional learning opportunities. We are hiring for this position on a rolling basis so apply as soon as you can! Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.  Priority will be given to persons with disabilities, especially those who are hard of hearing oral communicators

Benefits of working with Hear Entendre Québec:

  • Non-profit work experience, being able to see the impacts of giving back to the community
  • Two week vacation
  • Flexibility, option to work from home and sick days
  • Short Fridays in the summer!

Application Process:

  • Please send a copy of your CV and cover letter to jobs@hearhear.org to apply. Only applicants that provide a cover letter will be considered.

Internships

Hear Québec has given many students the stage (internship) experience that they need. We have worked with CEGEP students, undergraduate, and graduate students.

  • Please contact us for more information info@hearhear.org

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