quarta-feira, 24 de setembro de 2014

Manager, Official Languages

Official Languages/Aboriginal, Community, Cultural and Public Affairs
Reports To
Senior Manager, Official Languages

Number of Direct Reports

English: Required
French: Required
Spanish: Required
Portuguese: Desired

General Accountability
The focus for the Manager, Official Languages position   is to assist with the Official Languages program of the Toronto 2015   Pan/Parapan American Games. Working with the Senior Manager, Official   Languages, the incumbent will be assisting specifically Toronto 2015’s mandate   to engage the active participation of the francophone community across the   country. The incumbent will also liaise with Community Outreach Managers (francophone   and latino community engagement) and the Official Languages Manager.

The Official Languages function ensures that the   Official Languages strategy and policy are consistent with the requirements   of the Multi-Party Agreement (MPA), align with the goals of the organization   and its partners, and focus on delivering a great multi-lingual Games.

Key Job Responsibilities
  • Work with the TO2015 Francophone Forum (TFF), Community Outreach and Arts and Culture in engaging francophone and latino organizations to promote TO2015 initiatives/programs through TO2015 presentations, community tours/Pachi visits and other TO2015 created events.
  • Assist with creating /implementing initiatives in both the Spanish and francophone calendar – education, community, corporate sector, etc.
  • Present the Games and coordinate the list of presenters: TO2015 Official Languages Athletes Group, staff, TFF and other francophone or latino Advisory Councils members.
  •   Recognizing   Spanish is also an Official Language of the Games, collaborate on broad tri-lingual   efforts with Community Outreach Manager and Official Languages Manager.
  •   Work   with TO2015 Social Media in developing social media tactics for francophones   and delivering messaging with limited time   
Internal Contacts
  • All levels of staff and management within TO2015

External Contacts
  • TO2015 Francophone Forum and other TO2015 Advisory Councils
  • Francophone and Hispanic organizations: education groups, school      boards/schools/colleges/universities, community, corporate, elderly, youth,      etc.
  • Canadian Olympic Committee and Canadian Paralympic Committee
  • Consulates and Embassies from PASO Francophone countries  
  • Government partners: Municipal, Provincial and Federal
  • Other stakeholder groups (as determined)

Educational/Technical Requirements
Any combination of education and experience providing the required skills and knowledge for successful performance would qualify. Typical qualifications would be equivalent to:
  • Bachelor’s degree in a relevant focus area; preference given to Master’s prepared individuals
  • Substantive community relations experience developing and executing strategic /reactive programs
  • Strong networking, relationship-building, influencing and consensus building skills
  • Strong management and event coordination skills
  • Strong administrative capabilities
  • Excellent oral, written and verbal communication in French, English and Spanish

Personal Requirements
  • Superb interpersonal communications and facilitation skills including conflict resolution, consensus building and intuitive listening
  • Strong public speaking and presentation skills with experience engaging diverse groups
  • Familiarity with cultures of the Americas
  • Experience with Sports as well as Arts and Culture environments
  • High level of integrity and confidentiality
  • Highly resourceful, self-motivated, analytical problem solver
  • Ability to handle multitude of tasks on a number of projects within a limited timeframe
  • Strong attention to detail and accuracy
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment
  • Ability to work cooperatively with others in an interdisciplinary team
  • Ability to exercise discretion, judgment and confidentiality

TO2015 is committed to employment equity and encourages applications from Aboriginal people, people with disabilities, members of visible minority groups and women.

To apply: https://careers-english-to2015.icims.com/jobs/1476/manager%2c-official-languages/login

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