The Catholic Centre for immigrants (CCI) has been serving refugees and immigrants for 65 years. We provide programs and services to approximately 4,500 newcomers every year. The mission is to help all newcomers realize their full potential in Canada and to build a more welcoming community. We help newcomers with housing, transportation, education, health, language, making connections in their new community and more. We provide services in person and online. Please visit cciottawa.ca for a full overview of our work.
The Ottawa Local Immigration Partnership (OLIP) is a multi-sectoral partnership involving 60 organizations working on a common vision and shared priorities focused on building Ottawa’s capacity to attract, settle, and integrate immigrants. The partners’ shared priorities are outlined in the Ottawa Immigration Strategy, which guides ongoing community-based planning and collaborative actions across six sectors; (1) settlement; (2) economic integration; (3) education; (4) health & wellbeing; (5) language training & interpretation; and (6) socio-civic integration.
A community-wide governance system and process enables partners’ connections and collaborations to implement shared priorities. OLIP partners include the City of Ottawa (multiple municipal departments), local universities and colleges, the four school boards, settlement service providers, employer associations, the Ottawa Community Housing, and many civic groups.
This position leads OLIP’s productive engagement of stakeholders across six sectors in the implementation of the Ottawa Immigration Strategy. This position will convene meetings, facilitate purposeful discussions, and support partners’ progress on shared priorities and plans to build lasting, quality-based relationships.
This position reports to: Program Director
Employment Status: Full-time, indeterminate
Hourly rate: $32.74
Deadline Date to Apply: September 27, 2020
Open to: Internal/External candidates
Location: 219 Argyle Avenue
All internal applicants must inform their supervisor of their intention to apply for the position.
Cover letter and resume must be submitted no later than September 27, 2020. Only electronic applications are accepted. Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
The Catholic Centre for Immigrants (CCI) is committed to being an equal opportunity employer.
Please advise in advance if you require any accommodation during the application or selection process. CCI is committed to employment equity and encourages candidates to self-identify as visible minorities; people from culturally diverse backgrounds; people of all gender identities and sexual orientations; Indigenous peoples, and; persons with disabilities.
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