MAY 3, 2021

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Paid HR Research Intern

 

...Participation of community health workers (CHWs) in the provision of primary health care has been documented all over the world for decades, and there is an amount of evidence showing that they can significantly add to the efforts of improving the health of the population, particularly in settings with high shortage or turnover of health professionals. CHWs could play an important role in increasing ac­cess to health care and services, and in turn, improved health outcomes, as an effective link between the community and the formal health system.

 

Moreover, CHWs could be a critical component in the efforts for a wider approach that takes into ac­count social and environmental determinants of health. Particularly in Nunavik, the needs to ensure a continuum of care in the midst of high staff turnover, to increase community confidence in the health system and to change people’s behavior towards recognizing the signs and symptoms of TB and seeking care early are crucial for the elimination of the disease.

 

CHW is not a job title officially recognized by the ¨Ministere de la Santé et de Services Sociaux¨. In order to categorize the skills and competencies required for the CHWs we are seeking a Research Intern to:

 

  • Review the different occupations and job titles in Quebec
  • Compare the nature of the work, the main duties, the skills and competencies required for the CHWs with other occupations
  • Highlight the required training of similar occupations
  • Identify which order(s) would likely serve as an umbrella for the CHWs

 

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We are Hiring!

 

WilsonHCG is one of the fastest-growing Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) companies in the world. We partner with companies in all industries across the globe to help them achieve their hiring needs. In order to accomplish this, our teams work very closely to support our clients and offer a variety of HR solutions that span recruiting and talent management. In short: We help businesses build modern workforce programs. TALENT. ™ It's more than a solution; it's who we are. We currently have 12 job offers in Montreal, mostly in HR and Finance.

 

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Warehouse & Logistics Coordinator

 

This position requires top communication and negotiation skills. The ability to understand the corporate goals and then create precise, detailed plans is also required. The Ranger culture depends on team collaboration. Emphasis is placed on continuous improvement and development of processes. You will need to have a working knowledge of ERP systems and at least an intermediate ability in VBA, SQL and Excel. Advanced skills in these areas are an advantage.

 

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EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT TO THE CEO

 

We are not a typical company in the Fashion industry, we focus on the value of the brand and contribution and impact, Nathon Kong (NK) is a high-end label specializing in making custom men’s suits with fashion with a cause and promote storytelling through the NK brand. We solve a shopping experience problem by integrating art, philanthropy, and fashion. Since 2017, we’ve been collaborating with artists to showcase our products. We’re allowing our customers to become walking canvases, which give visibility to artists’ work.

 

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Digital Marketing Specialist

 

We are looking for a digital marketing specialist to join our Ranger Design Team. The ideal candidate will work with the different departments to plan, develop and execute a digital marketing strategy aimed at improving the company's brand image and increasing the flow of inbound leads that will consequently lead to growth in the company's revenues. This is an amazing opportunity to join a dynamic team in an important role with direct impact on the progress of our growing company.

 

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CATS Workshops


 

Start your job search with a plan! We’re pleased to offer a series of job-readiness workshops to help you clarify your value proposition, prepare your candidacy, hone your networking skills, optimize your presence on social media, and excel in your interviews!

 

Thursdays, 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

 

May 6 - Your Perfect Pitch: Value Proposition, CV’s & Cover Letters

May 13 - Networking: the Power of LinkedIn

May 20 - Demystifying the Interview: the Questions Behind the Questions

Are you considering a career transition, or do you want to explore your career options

and advance your career? Join us for our FREE 6-part workshop series.

Starts Saturday, May 15, 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

 

May 15 - My 7-Step Career Map + Labour Market Prospects

May 29 - Managing my Career: Gap Analysis + Transferable Skills

June 5 - My Action Plan + Communications and Cultures in the Workplace

 

REGISTER FOR THE SERIES


Mental Health Week (May 3 - 9, 2021)


 

The Canadian Mental Health Association’s (CMHA) annual Mental Health Week takes place from May 3rd to May 9th, 2021. This year, we are being reminded to “Name it, don’t numb it”. Understanding our emotions and naming how we feel is good for us on so many levels! The CMHA’s article “Name it to tame it” provides useful tips for building your emotion-naming muscles— one of the first steps to ensuring a healthy mental well-being. If your emotions are overwhelming, persistent and/or are interfering with your daily functioning, it’s important to seek mental health support. Find related information and articles here from the CMHA.

 


Community Events


 

Toastmasters International is a nonprofit educational organization that teaches public speaking and leadership skills through a worldwide network of clubs. The organization's membership exceeds 364,000 in more than 16,200 clubs in 145 countries. Since 1924, Toastmasters International has helped people from diverse backgrounds become more confident speakers, communicators, and leaders.

 

Join the McGill English chapter this coming Tuesday, May 4 from 5:45 to 7:30 p.m.!

 

Zoom link for event

 

 

MASTER THE POWER OF NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION TRAINING (C&D)

 

Hello by The Student Success Centre, CAPS and FutureReady, and McGill Career Advising and Transition Services

 

This training will equip you with the understanding and practical skills on what is non-verbal communication and emotions. You will gain skills to adeptly use non-verbal communication and emotional intelligence to your advantage.

 

 

Wednesday May 12, 10:30a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

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