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Titre du poste de bénévole: Bénévoles animateurs de clubs de cuisine
L'équipe: Promotion de la santé communautaire
Date: Le 12 Février et le 11 Mars 2019
Heures de travail : Environ 4 heures/mois
Jours de travail : Sessions mensuelles, Le 12 Février, le 11 Mars..


Résumé : Le Club de cuisine du CCHC est semblable à une cuisine collective ou à une cuisine communautaire. Il s'agit d'un groupe de personnes qui se réunissent une ou deux fois par mois pour cuisiner, manger ensemble, socialiser et rapporter les restes à la maison. Dans le club de cuisine, chaque participant peut contribuer de différentes manières : en planifiant, en préparant les aliments, en partageant des idées et en nettoyant.

Les bénévoles animateurs du club de cuisine du CSCC sont chargés de faciliter des séances de cuisine intéressantes, pratiques et accessibles à diverses populations. Le rôle des animateurs du club de cuisine est de favoriser un environnement accueillant, sécuritaire et sans jugement qui favorise et encourage les liens entre les participants.

Superviseur: Huguette Samson Bouchard, Dt.P. – Diététiste communautaire


Responsabilités:

• Achat de nourriture
• Préparer la cuisine
• Planifier et animer des séances de cuisine, en collaboration avec l'autre animateur et la diététiste communautaire.
• Aider les participants à choisir des recettes pour les sessions en consultation avec la diététiste communautaire
• Aider les participants pendant les activités de cuisine à développer des compétences tout au long de la vie qui peuvent être transférées à d'autres membres/groupes de la communauté.
• Promouvoir/renforcer les principes d'une alimentation saine conformément au Guide alimentaire canadien
• Veiller à ce que les pratiques en matière de santé et de sécurité soient respectées dans la cuisine
• Apprendre à connaître les participants et aider les gens à se sentir les bienvenus
• Aider à établir et à maintenir l'harmonie du groupe
• Aider au démontage et au nettoyage. Il s'agit d'inciter les participants à aider à ranger la nourriture, à passer la vaisselle au lave-vaisselle, à ranger la vaisselle
• Veiller à ce que la cuisine soit propre et bien rangée et à ce qu'elle soit remise dans son état d'origine

Essentiel
• Intérêt pour la cuisine et connaissances de base en la matière
• Intérêt pour l'alimentation et la nutrition
• Connaissance des pratiques sûres de manipulation des aliments ou volonté de recevoir une formation de base
• Connaissance des principes de base de l'éducation et de la formation des adultes ou volonté de recevoir une formation de base
• Capable de soutenir la création d'un espace accueillant pour des personnes de culture, de race, de statut économique, de sexe, de sexualité, de santé mentale, etc.
• Positif et convivial

Souhaitable
• La capacité à communiquer en français et/ou dans d'autres langues est un atout
Endroit : 420, rue Cooper Street,
Ottawa, Ontario K2P 2N6
Date limite pour postuler: 28 fév 2020
Volunteer Position: Ottawa Good Food Box Site Coordinator
Team: March 1st –Ongoing
Day (s) of week: First and Third Wednesday of the Month
Hours of Work: 4pm to 6pm

Summary:

The Ottawa Good Food Box is a project partner of the Ottawa Coalition of Community Health and Resources Centre’s. It is a non-profit community-based initiative bringing neighbours together to buy a variety of nutritious fresh fruits and vegetables at wholesale prices. The goal of the program is to provide the community accessible options to purchase fresh affordable food that is in season and where possible locally- sourced. There are several participating Good Food Box sites within the Ottawa region that communities can access.

The Good Food Box products for purchase range from fruit bags to boxes created for different family sizes. The role of the Good Food Box Site Coordinator is to pre-register customer orders, place the orders with the Good Food Box Project Officer, and assist customers picking up their Good Food Box order.

This position is based at the Centretown Community Health Centre, 420 Cooper Street and training is provided.

Reporting relationship:
Good Food Box Project Officer, Rideau-Rockcliffe Community Resource Centre.

Supported by the Community Health Worker Health Promotion and Volunteer Engagement at Centretown Community Health Centre.

Responsibilities:
• Create a welcoming environment
• Works with a team of volunteers to sort individual orders
• Assists with set-up and clean-up of the Good food Box order and delivery evenings
• Assist with verifying orders
• Handle and track money for new orders
• Verify produce quality
• Manage customer concerns
• Communicate customer and product concerns with the Project Officer by phone and or email.
• Promotion of the Good Food Box service and provide program updates to clients.

Qualification:
• Customer service skills –comfortable working with diverse populations.
• Reliable and able to commit 2 to 4 hours in the evenings per month- usually 4-6pm
• Comfortable working as part of a team of volunteers and with the public.
• Ability to do basic math and record keeping.
• General interest in food, health and community is an asset.

Language Designation:
• English (read, written and spoken).
• Ability to speak French and other languages Arabic, Somalia, Chinese is an asset when working with the Centretown community.

Physical Requirements:
This role may involve lifting, carrying, pushing or pulling food bags or boxes ranging from 2.5 KG (5 lbs) – 7 KG (15 Lbs); squatting; and or standing or sitting for long periods. Our centre is accessible. Please contact us if you have accommodation questions.

Manager’s approval:

Stefanie DeFilippi
Agente de projet / Project Officer
Centre de ressources communautaires Rideau Rockcliffe Community Resource Center

Koreen Fahey
Director, Community Health Promotion and Early Years/
Directrice, Promotion de la santé communautaire et de la petite enfance
Endroit : 420, rue Cooper Street,
Ottawa, Ontario K2P 2N6
Date limite pour postuler: 28 fév 2020
Volunteer Position: EarlyOn Playgroups and Toy Lending Library
Team: Early Years
Date: Ongoing need
Days & Hours of work: Monday 9:00 am-12:00 pm, Wednesday 9:00 am-12:00 pm, Thursday 1:00 pm-4:00 pm

Summary: To provide a welcoming environment children and parents attending the EarlyOn Playgroup.

Reporting Relationships: Early Childhood Educator, Early Years

Major Responsibilities
• To assist with room set-up and clean up.
• To welcome and greet parents and children.
• To assist staff as needed (e.g. providing program flyers and resources).
• To help parents as needed (e.g. playing with children).
• To help with the lending library which follows the playgroup.

Qualifications:
• Friendly and outgoing.
• Comfortable and interested in working with parents and babies.
• Comfortable working in a large group.
• Respectful to program participants.
• Comfortable working with a team.
• Knowledge of parenting resources.
• Knowledge of other cultures.
• Interest in multicultural diversity.

Desirable
• Experience working with families (children and parents).
• Knowledge of community resources.
• Knowledge of maternal and child health.
• Experience working in diverse multicultural settings.
Endroit : 420, rue Cooper Street,
Ottawa, Ontario K2P 2N6
Date limite pour postuler: 28 fév 2020
Volunteer Position: EarlyOn Playgroups and Toy Lending Library
Team: Early Years
Date: Ongoing need
Days & Hours of work: Monday 9:00 am-12:00 pm, Wednesday 9:00 am-12:00 pm, Thursday 1:00 pm-4:00 pm

Summary: To provide a welcoming environment children and parents attending the EarlyOn Playgroup.

Reporting Relationships: Early Childhood Educator, Early Years

Major Responsibilities
• To assist with room set-up and clean up.
• To welcome and greet parents and children.
• To assist staff as needed (e.g. providing program flyers and resources).
• To help parents as needed (e.g. playing with children).
• To help with the lending library which follows the playgroup.

Qualifications:
• Friendly and outgoing.
• Comfortable and interested in working with parents and babies.
• Comfortable working in a large group.
• Respectful to program participants.
• Comfortable working with a team.
• Knowledge of parenting resources.
• Knowledge of other cultures.
• Interest in multicultural diversity.

Desirable
• Experience working with families (children and parents).
• Knowledge of community resources.
• Knowledge of maternal and child health.
• Experience working in diverse multicultural settings.
Endroit : 420, rue Cooper Street,
Ottawa, Ontario K2P 2N6
Date limite pour postuler: 28 fév 2020
Volunteer Position Title: Community Homework Club Tutor
Team: Community Health Promotion and Early Years

Date: ongoing – elementary school year
Hours of work: 5:30pm-7:30pm
Days of work: 1 or 2 evenings per week- To be Determined each September

Summary: Centretown Community Health Centre is an inter-disciplinary health, social and community services agency. We are seeking volunteer tutors for early years and middle school children for our community champions in their after-school Homework Club that takes place at 453 Cooper Street. The goal of Homework Club is to provide an open and welcoming environment where young people 4-12 years of age can access support and resources to build life skills, self-sufficiency and overall well-being. Volunteer tutors work within a team setting with community leaders, volunteers and parents and Ottawa Community Housing leads to provide support to homework club participants.

Reporting relationships: Zeinab Mohamed, Community Leader Homework Club Coordinator

Responsibilities:
-Check in with each participant on their needs and provide support and encouragement
-Provide one-on-one homework assistance in a wide variety of subject matter
-Using positive encouragement, motivate students who become distracted to re-engage in their work
-Use homework club tools to support appropriate learning- activity sheets, counting, reading, writing, colour/shape identification
-Assist in setting-up and cleaning-up the community room
-Assist in other tasks as needed (play other learning games with students who are finished their homework, help with snack, etc.)
Requirements:

Essential
- Ability to communicate fluently in English
- Comfortable working with children between the ages of 4 to 12
- Have the necessary skills and knowledge to help children in grades JK to 6 with their school assignments
- Display and approach participants, guardians and team members with a positive attitude and use respectful and inclusive language
-Comfortable working in a diverse, busy environment with people of varying economic backgrounds, cultures, and abilities.
-Group facilitation and management skills
-Understanding of health and safety risks for 4-12 years olds and how to prevent them
-Be punctual, reliable to attend assigned shifts

Desirable:
-The ability to communicate in another language an asset (e.g., : French, Arabic, Cantonese, and/or Somali).
-CPR and First aid or willingness to obtain and maintain
Endroit : 420, rue Cooper Street,
Ottawa, Ontario K2P 2N6
Date limite pour postuler: 28 fév 2020
The Canada Science and Technology Museum will offer 4 summer camps per week. Join us and be part of a great team leading STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math) based activities with campers! Candidates must be at least 14 years of age, attend training and orientation and be available for at least 1 camp (5 straight days: Monday to Friday). 2 scheduling options: 8 am to 4 pm or 9 am to 5 pm.

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Le musée des sciences et de la technologie du Canada offrira 4 camps d'été. Joignez-vos à nous et faites partie d'une équipe qui offira des activités STIAM (Science, Technologie, Ingénieurie, Arts, Mathématiques) aux campeurs! Les bénévoles doivent être âgés d'au moins 14 ans, assister à une session d'orientation et de formation et être disponible pour au moins un camp. (5 jours consécutifs: lundi au vendredi). 2 choix d'horaire: 8h à 16h ou 9h à 17h.
Endroit : Canada Science and Technology Museum
1867 St-Laurent Blvd
Ottawa ON K1G 5A3
Date limite pour postuler: 1 mai 2020
Barricades: 
Set-Up and Tear-Down of the barricades blocking major intersections.  Making sure that no car is permitted to drive on the course. This is very important for runner’s safety, it is our main priority.  Barricade is one of the most important volunteer position to make sure a race goes smoothly.
Course Marshall
Our course marshals will cheer and give directional aid to athletes. You will be stationed at turns, corners and intersections along the bike/run course. You will need to have your own transportation to get to your assigned location. You will be directing and cheering athletes on the designated course – you will not have to direct traffic. This is another area where you will need a “big” voice so athletes can hear any instructions you give while the race is going on. Race time is a busy time and a loud, clear and calm voice is really important.
Major intersections will have police support to direct vehicular traffic. Minimum age is 16; youth may volunteer here if accompanied by their parent or a guardian.
Water Stations
You will be escorted to one of two locations along the course route. Once at your location, water and cups will be available for you to fill. Stock the table with filled water cups prior to race start and be sure there are enough for all participants for the duration of the race and walk. Please be sure to keep the area neat at all times.
Shifts can be up to 5 hours, 7:30am – 12/1pm  

Endroit : 2960 Riverside Drive (Terry Fox Athletic Facility)
Ottawa, ON
Date limite pour postuler: 24 avr 2020
Organisme : ArtsConnect Ottawa
We are looking for social medial manger to help us develop content an promote our new-excited project call "Immigrants Talent Show"
Endroit : 121 fourth Avenue
Date limite pour postuler: 28 fév 2020
Organisme : ArtsConnect Ottawa
We are looking for events organiser to help us planning and organize our new-excited project call "Immigrants Talent Show"
Endroit : 121 fourth Avenue
Date limite pour postuler: 28 fév 2020
Organisme : ArtsConnect Ottawa
We are looking for events coordinator to help us planning and organize our new excited project call "Immigrants Talent Show"
Endroit : 121 Fourth Avenue
Date limite pour postuler: 28 fév 2020
Are you passionate about entertainment or acting? Do you currently work in the field as an actor and/or extra? If you are willing to impart your experience and knowledge and you enjoy working with youth and helping them to explore their interests, this is the initiative for you! Looking to connect a prospective mentor with a youth to learn more about acting/extra opportunities in the community and possibly to explore other ideas in the arts.

Student Links is an initiative that offers High School students who have an intellectual disability an opportunity to expand on current interests and hobbies, while discovering new possibilities for life after High School.

Your Role as a Mentor:
- Presenting information about your field of expertise
- Introducing a student to your hobby or industry
- Providing an opportunity for hands-on experience

This is an opportunity for you to help a student by sharing something you're passionate about.

Time commitments are flexible.
Endroit : Ottawa Region- various locations
Date limite pour postuler: 3 mar 2020
Some of the services we provide to seniors in the Ottawa region include transportation to doctor's appointment, grocery stores and activities. We would need few volunteers to drive our clients and make a difference in their lives!
Endroit : 159 Murray St, Ottawa, ON, K1N 5M7
Date limite pour postuler: 23 fév 2020
Job purpose

The role of the administrative coordinator is to ensure efficient and timely operations of the office so as to support and enhance the work of the organization. The administrative coordinator will work under the supervision of the executive director or the designated supervisors.

Duties and responsibilities
• Coordinate administrative activities
• Training other personnel
• Opening and Closing the office including arming and disarming alarms
• Operates office equipment and computers utilizing a variety of software packages (i.e. Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, etc.)
• Prepares presentation materials, forms, letters, etc. utilizing layout, formatting and keyboarding skills using computer
• Responds to inquiries made in person, by telephone or in writing
• Performs database searches to input, retrieve and report information.
• Maintains manual and computerized filling and retrieval systems for records/documents, including file correspondence, records, reports, inventory data and manuals
• Drafts standard letters and memoranda, maintains files, prints and distributes materials, photocopies documents and sends facsimiles
• Collects, sorts, date stamps, distributes, prepares and processes forms and documents, including mail, fax, statements, invoices, reports, vouchers, cheque requisitions, cash, and receipts
• Receives documents/applications, invoices/monies from the public or other levels of government and ensures accuracy and completeness. Issues/completes receipts/documentation. Receives balances and records payments and completes receipts
• Coordinates meeting room bookings and special requirements for meetings. Attends meetings, takes and transcribes minutes as required
• Prepares purchase requisitions and performs associated follow up including monitoring of contract balances, commitment levels and status of documents in accordance with divisional processes
• Directs and/or guides and/or checks work of other staff
• Monitors, orders and maintains supplies/resource materials for unit or other locations
• Performs other related duties as assigned

Qualifications

Key Qualifications
• Knowledge of standard office practices and procedures.
• Excellent keyboarding, proof reading and data entry skills with emphasis on accuracy.
• Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, and ability to develop solid professional internal and external work relationships with various levels of staff, other organizations and the public. Ability to write in a clear, concise and legible manner.
• Good organizational skills with the ability to multitask and work in a high pressure, high volume team oriented environment with minimal supervision, working independently and cooperatively with other members of the staff.
• Ability to identify and analyze problems with efficiency and develop effective solutions and solve problems.
• Proven ability to handle confidential and sensitive information with discretion and tact - you will be working with vulnerable populations
- Must be comfortable dealing with harm reduction kits and people dealing with mental health issues

Education and Experience
• An equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job.
• Experience performing various clerical support duties, some of which must relate to the actual job duties.
• Experience in using computerized software programs which include MS Office (i.e. Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access) and experience with layout and formatting procedures for text, tables, and spreadsheets and mail merging.
• Experience in working with and the management of electronic and hard copy confidential data including the set up and maintenance of paper and computer file systems.
• Experience in preparing detailed correspondence, summaries, reports, statements and documentation requiring the interpretation and application of a wide range of administrative practices.
• Experience providing customer service and responding to inquiries.


Hours of Work

• 10 a.m. – 5.30 p.m. Monday to Friday
The ideal person would be able to commit for 6 months or longer, 3- 4 shifts a week, and is able to commute to the Vanier area (OC Transpo Route #12 and #19 nearby)
Endroit : 265 Montreal Road, Ottawa Ontario K1L 6C4
Date limite pour postuler: 31 mar 2020
Organisme : LiveWorkPlay
Do you like to go for drives? Are you an experienced driver who is willing to teach someone else (using your car). If so, a person with an intellectual disability would love the opportunity to learn to drive with your help! If you would like to know more or would like to set up an interview, please contact Alex!
Endroit : Ottawa
Date limite pour postuler: 20 avr 2020
Helping with Furniture is in need of movers to help deliver furniture and household items to new members of our community as well as community members starting over. Movers help with the pick-up of donations, the sorting items at the warehouse and the delivery to families and individuals on Wednesday nights and Saturday mornings.
Endroit : 5350 Canotek Rd Unit 9, Gloucester, ON K1J 9C9
Date limite pour postuler: 30 avr 2020
Organisme : Frontier College
WHAT DO OUR VOLUNTEERS DO?

Frontier College's Homework Club Program offers homework and reading support for children and youth across Canada. As a volunteer with the Homework Club Program at St-Laurent Library, you will help children and youth grades 1 to 6 to develop their reading and writing skills in English and/or French. Based on your own competencies, you may also help them with other subjects, including mathematics and science.

Volunteering with the Homework Club Program is an excellent way to gain experience in early childhood education or literacy tutoring! It is also an ideal environment in which to contribute meaningfully to your community. We require no prior teaching experience and provide you with all of the training and materials you need. Just bring your communication skills, patience, enthusiasm and love of learning!


WHEN AND WHERE DO OUR ACTIVITIES TAKE PLACE?

The Homework Club program at St-Laurent Public Library runs from September 2019 to June 2020. The program will take place on Mondays and Tuesdays from 5:00 to 6:00 pm. Volunteers are encouraged to participate weekly, but scheduling is flexible and can accommodate your availability. Note also that our other Homework Club across the city are always looking for volunteers!


HOW CAN YOU APPLY?

Contact phoyeck@frontiercollege.ca
Candidates aged 18 or over will be required to provide a vulnerable sector Police Check. All candidates will be required to provide three references upon request.

We look forward to meeting you!

https://www.facebook.com/FrontierCollegeOttawa/
https://www.frontiercollege.ca/
Endroit : 515 Coté St, Ottawa, ON
Date limite pour postuler: 3 mai 2020
Volunteers assist physiotherapy staff to deliver group and one-to-one exercise sessions to residents in our long-term care home, including convalescent and sub-acute units. Weekday mornings. Please apply online at: https://www.perleyrideau.ca/volunteers
Endroit : 1750 Russell Road
Date limite pour postuler: 31 mar 2020
Volunteers needed to help porter elderly residents (walking alongside or pushing wheelchairs) to weekly Ecumenical Service. Volunteers may also help to set up the chapel and provide companionship during the service. This service is open to all residents of our Seniors' Village and is officiated by a number of different Protestant and Baptist ministers. Volunteers needed from 1:30 - 3:30 PM Tuesdays, starting June 4, 2019.
Endroit : 1750 Russell Road
Date limite pour postuler: 31 mar 2020
Support the Perley Rideau Foundation by making thank you calls to donors. No soliciting. Volunteers simply let the donors know how much their support is appreciated.
Endroit : 1750 Russell Road
Date limite pour postuler: 31 mar 2020
Gift Boutique Volunteers assist residents, family members and staff to enjoy an affordable shopping experience in the comfort of our Seniors' Village. We currently have a need for volunteers who can act as spares. Possible shifts may include weekdays, 9:30 AM - 1:00 PM or 1:00 - 4:30 PM as well as 1:00 - 4:30 on Saturdays and Sundays. Must be comfortable handling cash,operating a cash register (training provided) and helping the elderly with their purchases. Please apply online at: www.perleyrideau.ca/volunteers
Endroit : 1750 Russell Rd., Ottawa. ON
Date limite pour postuler: 31 mar 2020
Assist the horticultural therapist with year-round gardening programs for seniors living in long-term care at The Perley and Rideau Veterans' Health Centre. Includes horticulture themed cooking, crafts and reminiscing. Current opportunities available Monday mornings/afternoons, Friday mornings. No special skills required, just an interest in gardening and supporting the elderly.
Endroit : 1750 Russell Rd., Ottawa, ON
Date limite pour postuler: 31 mar 2020
assist the activity department in various programs such as bingo, arts & crafts, socials and special events.
Endroit : 1715 Montreal rd
Date limite pour postuler: 30 avr 2020
Assist the activity department with evening programs such as bingo, pub night, and arts & crafts
Endroit : 1715 Montreal rd
Date limite pour postuler: 30 avr 2020
looking for talented people who want to share their love of music with our residents. This opportunity has flexible hours and times.
Endroit : 1715 Montreal rd
Date limite pour postuler: 30 avr 2020
Many of our residents love animals and would love to receive visits from well behaved and sociable family pets.

what is required:
A copy of the most recent pet vaccination record. The copy must be provided by the visitor and will be kept on file in the home.

a. Pet owners and any resident who touches the pet need to follow proper hand hygiene.
b. Pets are not permitted in dining rooms or any other room where meals are being served.
c. Pets are discouraged from being on resident beds.
d. Pet owners are responsible for picking up any litter associated with their pet while on home property.
f. Pet owners are responsible for providing the home with updated information regarding vaccinations and flea/parasite prophylactic treatments.
g. All dogs in the home are to be on leash less than 2metres in length and non-retractable. .
h. Pets are not permitted in the home during times of outbreak.
i. The handler assumes responsibility and accompanies the animal during the entire visit.
j. The home reserves the right to limit or prohibit a pet from visiting in the home.
Endroit : 1715 Montreal rd
Date limite pour postuler: 30 avr 2020
Canadian Parents for French is looking for volunteers to teach beginner courses to adults. The courses are aimed at basic oral comprehension of vocabulary and verbs commonly taught in grades 1 through 4 in french immersion. The courses are 7 weeks in length and involved 1 two-hour course per week. These courses will be offering in-person and online.

Volunteers must have previous teaching experience and must have strong french communication skills.

Courses begin on Feb 27 and will continue throughout the year. Please indicate if you prefer to teach in person or online. Please note that volunteers must be able to teach all 7 weeks. For more information please email volunteers@cpf.ca
Endroit : 170 Laurier Ave West
suite 1104
Date limite pour postuler: 1 avr 2020
Organisme : Frontier College
WHAT DO OUR VOLUNTEERS DO?

Frontier College's Homework Club Program offers homework and reading support for children and youth across Canada. As a volunteer with the Homework Club Program at Carlingwood Public Library, you will help children and youth grades 1 to 6 to develop their reading and writing skills in English and/or French. Based on your own competencies, you may also help them with other subjects, including mathematics and science.

Volunteering with the Homework Club Program is an excellent way to gain experience in early childhood education or literacy tutoring! It is also an ideal environment in which to contribute meaningfully to your community. We require no prior teaching experience and provide you with all of the training and materials you need. Just bring your communication skills, patience, enthusiasm and love of learning!


WHEN AND WHERE DO OUR ACTIVITIES TAKE PLACE?

The Homework Club program at Carlingwood Public Library will run from November 2019 to June 2020. The program will take place on Wednesdays from 6:00 to 7:00 pm. Volunteers are encouraged to participate weekly, but scheduling is flexible and can accommodate your availabilities. Note also that our other Homework Club across the city are always looking for volunteers!


HOW CAN YOU APPLY?

Contact phoyeck@frontiercollege.ca
Candidates aged 18 or over will be required to provide a vulnerable sector Police Check. All candidates will be required to provide three references upon request.

We look forward to meeting you!

https://www.facebook.com/FrontierCollegeOttawa/
https://www.frontiercollege.ca/
Endroit : 281 Woodroffe Ave.
Date limite pour postuler: 3 mai 2020
Organisme : Frontier College
WHAT DO OUR VOLUNTEERS DO?

Frontier College's Homework Club Program offers homework and reading support for children and youth across Canada. As a volunteer with the Homework Club Program at Ruth E. Dickinson Library, you will help children and youth grades 1 to 6 to develop their reading and writing skills in English and/or French. Based on your own competencies, you may also help them with other subjects, including mathematics and science.

Volunteering with the Homework Club Program is an excellent way to gain experience in early childhood education or literacy tutoring! It is also an ideal environment in which to contribute meaningfully to your community. We require no prior teaching experience and provide you with all of the training and materials you need. Just bring your communication skills, patience, enthusiasm and love of learning!


WHEN AND WHERE DO OUR ACTIVITIES TAKE PLACE?

The Homework Club program at Ruth E. Dickinsons public library runs from September 2019 to June 2020. The program takes place on Mondays and Tuesdays from 6:30 to 7:30 pm. Volunteers are encouraged to participate weekly, but scheduling is flexible and can accommodate your availabilities. Note also that our other Homework Club across the city are always looking for volunteers!

HOW CAN YOU APPLY?

Contact phoyeck@frontiercollege.ca
Candidates aged 18 or over will be required to provide a vulnerable sector Police Check (free of charge). All candidates will be required to provide three references upon request.

We look forward to meeting you!
Endroit : 100 Malvern Dr.
Date limite pour postuler: 3 mai 2020
We are looking for a volunteer to assist our kitchen staff at The Door Youth Centre twice a week between the hours of 4pm and 7pm. Duties will include meal prepping, organizing kitchen supplies and clean up.
Endroit : 755 Somerset Street West - 2nd Floor
Date limite pour postuler: 29 fév 2020
You would escort residents to and from their floors down to the Gathering Place for Mass. You would be present at mass and assist with residents as needed.
We offer Mass every day except Saturdays. You would help from 09:30 to 11:30 when here. Some volunteer choose to help one day a week where others offer to help on several days per week.
This position required allot of walking and pushing wheelchairs of all sizes.
Endroit : 2865 RIVERSIDE DRIVE
Date limite pour postuler: 29 fév 2020
To visit residents one on one, on a regular basis, in order to provide friendship and companionship.
Endroit : 2865 Riverside Drive, Ottawa,ON
Date limite pour postuler: 29 fév 2020
To assist with / or run a variety of games for the enjoyment of residents. (Chess, board games, bowling, bingo,...)
Endroit : 2865 Riverside Drive, Ottawa,ON
Date limite pour postuler: 29 fév 2020
As an RHA Assistant you will help the Recreation Department with activities on the floor, escorting residents to and from activities, visiting residents and any other duties as assigned.
Endroit : 2865 Riverside Drive, Ottawa, On K0G 1S0
Date limite pour postuler: 29 fév 2020
To assist staff in providing a pleasurable dining experience for residents at meal times. You will do that by ensuring residents are served in a timely, gentle and respectful manner. Applicant must be sensitive to the needs of the elderly. Screening is conducted on all applicants to ensure suitability for position of trust. Orientation to the Home and training is provided.
Endroit : 2865 Riverside Drive, Ottawa,ON
Date limite pour postuler: 29 fév 2020
As a Paddy's Place Volunteer you would be responsible for setting up Paddy's Place which is a small food/sitting area for residents, staff and family. You would be responsible for picking up supplies in the kitchen, working cash, making change, serving residents, staff and volunteers, Keeping Paddy's Place clean and stocking items for the next day.
Endroit : 2865 Riverside Drive
Date limite pour postuler: 29 fév 2020
The volunteer will assist the Rehabilitation Service Worker in providing individual and group rehab services to the residents of the Home. (ie. exercise programs, walking, etc) Volunteer must be available from 9 - 12, at least once a week on Mondays, Wednesdays or Fridays. Screening is conducted on all applicants to ensure suitability for position of trust. Very good learning opportunity. Many other benefits.
Endroit : 2865 Riverside Drive, Ottawa, ON
Date limite pour postuler: 29 fév 2020
Location: Ottawa-West
Team: Parent, Child & Youth Team
Days: Thursday and Fridays
Time: 4 - 6 pm
Number of Volunteers Needed: 5
Commitment: Year-round (September – August)
Volunteer will report to: Coordinator for School Success Programs and on-site workers

Goal of the program:
The Homework Club Program provides outreach and related activities to low-income children in various sites. The activities are directed to children ages 6 – 13 and relate to assistance with homework and other school-related projects.

Description of Volunteer Role:
• Assist Homework Club Worker to provide healthy nutritious snacks to encourage healthy eating habits.
• Assist with program set-up, clean up, snack preparation, physical activity, and completion of homework.
• Provide 1:1 attention to assigned children
• Provide social support and friendly interactions.

Qualifications:
• Ability to speak English well.
• Ability to speak French is an asset.
• Experience working with children ages 6 – 13.
• Patient, open-minded, and non-judgmental, with excellent interpersonal skills.
• Ability to work with children/youth who may have special learning/behavioral issues
• Awareness of issues related to low-income families; sensitive to multicultural issues.
• Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.
• Reliable and dependable.
• Ability to maintain confidentiality.
• Ability to obtain an appropriate Police Records Check.



Endroit : Centre communautaire Alexander, 960, rue Silver
Équipe : Équipe du programme Parent, enfant et jeunes
Jours: Le jeudi et vendredi
Heures : 16 h à 18 h
Nombre de bénévoles nécessaires : 5
Engagement : Toute l'année (de septembre à août)
Le bénévole relève de: Coordonnatrice des programmes favorisant la réussite scolaire

Objectif du programme :
Le programme « Club des devoirs» offre des services et des activités aux enfants issus d’une famille à faible revenu dans la communauté. Les activités s’adressent aux enfants de 6 à 13 ans. Elles les aident à faire leurs devoirs et les encouragent à faire de l’activité physique.

Description du rôle de la ou du bénévole :
• Aider la travailleuse ou le travailleur du Club des devoirs à fournir des collations nutritives pour encourager de saines habitudes alimentaires.
• Aider à aménager la salle, à la nettoyer et à préparer les collations, et aider les jeunes à faire de l’activité physique et leurs devoirs.
• S’occuper individuellement des enfants qui lui ont été confiés.
• Fournir un soutien social et interagir avec les enfants de façon amicale.

Qualifications :
• Capacité de parler anglais.
• Capacité de parler français, un atout.
• Expérience du travail auprès d’enfants de 6 à 13 ans.
• Patience, ouverture d’esprit, capacité de ne pas porter de jugement et entregent.
• Capacité de travailler avec des enfants et des jeunes ayant des difficultés d’apprentissage ou de comportement.
• Connaissance des enjeux auxquels font face les familles à faible revenu et sensibilité aux questions multiculturelles.
• Capacité de travailler de façon autonome avec un minimum de supervision.
• Fiabilité.
• Capacité de respecter les règles de confidentialité.
• Capacité de faire faire une vérification du casier judiciaire.
Endroit : Van Lang Field House (29 Van Lang Private)
Date limite pour postuler: 29 fév 2020
Team: Health Promotion and Counselling Team
Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and/or Thursday
Time: 3:30 to 5:30 pm
Number of Volunteers Needed: 4
Commitment: Year-round (September 12, 2016 until end of June 2017)
Volunteer will report to: SWAG Coordinator


Goal of the program:
The SWAG program is intended to increase the high school graduation rate of students identified as most at risk of failing by providing volunteer Tutors who will help increase students' academic success in a supportive environment.

Description of Volunteer Role:
• Assist staff in implementing social recreation by helping with set up and take-down and by participating in activities.
• Help students improve skills such as life skills and goal setting.
• Provide encouragement, acceptance, motivation, and support to participants.
• Provide positive feedback and appropriate guidance to students.
• Volunteer mentors may be asked to participate in outings.


Qualifications:
• Experience with older children / youth.
• Caring, patient, open-minded, non-judgmental, and excellent interpersonal skills
• Awareness of issues related to low-income families; sensitive to multicultural issues.
• Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.
• Reliable and dependable.
• Fluency in English required, fluency in French and additional languages pertinent to our client population an asset.
• Ability to maintain confidentiality.
• Ability to obtain an appropriate Police Records Check.

Endroit : Fisher Park Public School, 250 Holland Avenue
Date limite pour postuler: 29 fév 2020
Team: Parent-Child
Days: Wednesdays
Time: Mornings, 8:30am-11am
Minimum commitment: Three months

Description of Volunteer Role:
• Assist with the physical set up of room and any activities.
• Promote reading among participants.
• Prepare snacks and clean up after preparation.
• Assist with cleaning and putting away items after the sessions, including toys, dishes, floors, surfaces.
• Promote safety during the playgroup.

Qualifications:
• Ability to work in a challenging environment
• Demonstrated genuine interest in children and children’s activities
• Good communication skills, ability to speak in English (other languages, such as Somali, French, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese, an asset)
• Caring, patient, non-judgmental, and understanding of children and children’s needs
• Punctual, reliable, and dependable.
• Sensitive to multicultural issues
• Sensitive to issues facing low-income population.
• Ability to maintain confidentiality.
• Ability to obtain an appropriate Police Records Check.
Endroit : Boys and Girls Club - 1463 Prince of Wales Dr.
Date limite pour postuler: 29 fév 2020
Team: Health Promotion and Counselling Team
Days: Monday - Thursday
Time: 3:30 to 5:30 pm
Number of Volunteers Needed: 4
Commitment: Year-round (September 12, 2016 until end of June 2017)
Volunteer will report to: SWAG Coordinator


Goal of the program:
The SWAG program is intended to increase the high school graduation rate of students identified as most at risk of failing by providing volunteer Tutors who will help increase students' academic success in a supportive environment.

Description of Volunteer Role:
• Provide academic assistance related to the Grade 9 and 10 curriculum to participants
• Help students improve study habits such as time management and studying skills.
• Help motivate students to complete academic goals.
• Provide positive feedback and appropriate guidance to students.

Qualifications:
• Previous experience with older children / youth.
• Knowledge of Grade 9 and 10 high school curriculum. Concentration in English, French math, science, history, geography, preferred.
• Knowledge of appropriate tutoring and motivational techniques
• Caring, patient, open-minded, non-judgmental, and excellent interpersonal skills
• Awareness of issues related to low-income families; sensitive to multicultural issues.
• Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.
• Reliable and dependable.
• Fluency in English required, fluency in French and additional languages pertinent to our client population an asset.
• Ability to maintain confidentiality.
• Ability to obtain an appropriate Police Records Check.


Équipe : Équipe du Programme de promotion de la santé et de counseling
Jours : Lundi à jeudi
Heure : De 15 h 30 à 17 h 30
Nombre de bénévoles requis : 4
Engagement : Toute l’année (Du 12 septembre 2016 jusqu’à la fin de juin 2017)
La ou le bénévole relève de : Coordonnatrice ou coordonnateur, SWAG

Objectif du programme :
Le programme SWAG a pour but d’accroître le taux d’obtention du diplôme d’études secondaires des élèves qui risquent le plus d’échouer en leur offrant des tutrices et des tuteurs bénévoles qui les soutiendront et les aideront à réussir.

Description du rôle de la ou du bénévole :
• Fournir une aide aux participants en ce qui concerne le curriculum de la 9e et de la 10e année.
• Aider les élèves à améliorer leurs techniques et leurs pratiques d’étude, ainsi que la façon dont ils gèrent leur temps.
• Aider à motiver les élèves pour qu’ils atteignent leurs objectifs scolaires.
• Faire des commentaires positifs aux élèves et les orienter.

Qualifications :
• Expérience du travail auprès des enfants plus âgés et des jeunes.
• Connaissance du curriculum de la 9e et de la 10e année. Concentration en anglais, en français en mathématiques, en sciences, en histoire et en géographie, préférable.
• Connaissance des techniques de tutorat et de motivation pertinentes.
• Bienveillance, patience, ouverture d’esprit, capacité de ne pas porter de jugement et entregent.
• Sensibilité aux enjeux auxquels font face les personnes à faible revenu et aux questions multiculturelles.
• Capacité de travailler de façon autonome avec un minimum de supervision.
• Fiabilité.
• Maîtrise de l’anglais; la maîtrise du français et d’autres langues parlées par nos clients est un atout.
• Capacité de respecter les règles de confidentialité.
• Capacité de faire faire une vérification du casier judiciaire.


Endroit : Fisher Park Public School, 250 Holland Avenue
Date limite pour postuler: 29 fév 2020
Days and Time: Thursday, 3 - 4pm
Commitment: 3 month minimum
Volunteer will report to: Health Promoter

Description of Program:
The Mobile Market is a community initiative which allows low income area residents access to affordable and healthy food. Fresh produce is available on a bus and residents have the opportunity to choose what produce they are interested in. They then pay for their produce at the end of their tour on the bus.

Description of Volunteer Role:
- Volunteer will help other volunteers to display produce and to keep the area clean.
- Volunteer will help pack up boxes and break down empty boxes for recycling.
- Volunteer will follow residents and record their produce picks on a receipt which then will be forwarded to person who is at the cash.
- Volunteer will calculate and provide change for purchases using a calculator.

Qualifications:
- Friendly and reliable.
- Able to do simple math
- Able to stand and walk for extended periods of time even during inclement weather.
- Able to lift a maximum of 20 lbs.
- Good communication, English is essential, other languages are an asset.

Safety/Security Issues:
- Client confidentiality is essential.
- Police Records Check required.
Endroit : Ottawa-West
Date limite pour postuler: 29 fév 2020
CPF is looking for volunteers at the annual Parent Expo at the Nepean Sportsplex on April 4 & 5. CPF has an info booth set up and will be there to provide information to the general public as to how our organization and local events can benefit members. Transportation assistance will be provide and the location is wheelchair accessible.
Endroit : 170 Laurier Ave West
suite 1104
Date limite pour postuler: 1 mar 2020
Organisme : Tamir Foundation
We have a few men and women for whom it is really difficult to get their hair cut out in the community. We would like to find barbers and/or hairdressers that could come to their homes in Carlingwood neighborhood and provide this service. Tamir staff would be on hand to assist as needed.
Endroit : 11 Nadolny Sachs Private, Suite 218
Date limite pour postuler: 26 fév 2020
Volunteer Program Instructors lead weekly 1.5 hour program sessions for a period of 10 weeks, plus setup/teardown time and session planning as needed. Sessions break after 10 weeks and a new session begins a few weeks later. Session schedules are to be coordinated between the Volunteer Instructor and the Dementia Society Education and Program Coordinator.

Motitech is the name of a Norwegian company that has developed a product called “Motiview”. The product was designed for older people and people with dementia. The product is an easy-to-use motivational tool that stimulates people with dementia to be more physically and cognitively active.

Primary Responsibilities and Tasks

The Volunteer Program Instructor will be responsible for the following:

• Working closely with supervisor, plan and develop program objectives and goals
• Work with supervisor to confirm logistical details for program, including agreement on delivery/procurement of required materials
o Ex. venue location, dates and times, name tags, supplies, waiver forms
• Work with Volunteer Coordinator to confirm volunteer requirements for program
o Ex. number of volunteers required, position descriptions for volunteer roles
• Provide instruction throughout the program schedule
• Volunteer management, including maintaining a schedule that ensures adequate volunteer coverage and providing all volunteers with training and the opportunity to debrief following sessions
• Administrative duties as necessary (can be delegated to a volunteer)
o Taking attendance for each class to be submitted to supervisor
o Recording volunteer hours to be submitted to supervisor
o Preparing and providing feedback/notes following debriefs
Qualifications and Skills:

• Experience providing group training, facilitation, or instruction in line with program objectives
• Tech-savvy and computer literate, with ability to work with the Motiview application software (training provided)
• Excellent listening and communication skills
• Organized, creative, and reliable
• Understanding of dementia and the daily living challenges persons with dementia (PWD)s face
• Experience as a caregiver of a person with dementia (desired)
• Proficiency in English and/or French
Screening:

Successful applicants will submit a volunteer application form and provide a valid Vulnerable Sector Police Record check. An interview and reference checks will be conducted as part of the application process.

Position suitability evaluation and approval will be conducted by supervisory staff prior to finalizing the application process with the Volunteer Coordinator. This evaluation period extends throughout program period.

How to Apply

Interested applicants should submit their CV and a cover letter describing their interest to volunteer@dsorc.org.
Endroit : 1750 Russell Road
Suite 1742
Date limite pour postuler: 21 fév 2020
HWF's work is possible in part thanks to the generous physical donations of furniture, household goods, bikes and laptops from individuals and companies alike. As the In-Kind Gifts Coordinator, under the support of the Fundraising Director, you will be responsible for establishing and maintaining HWF's relationships with in-kind donations from sources other than individuals. This is a new role within our small, entirely volunteer fundraising team, with opportunity to grow and define the focus according to your skills and interests.


Volunteer tasks:
• Be the organizational focal point for in-kind donations received from directly from companies and non-individual donors
• Creating a tracking system for large or regular in-kind donations including relationship management focal points and up to date contact information
• Ensure stewardship of in-kind donors by sending regular thank you’s, communications and appreciation, and look for other recognition opportunities in coordination with other teams (ex. social media & communications).
• Development written materials on HWF to better share our needs and solicit donations
• Proactively engage with new in-kind donation prospects and develop relationships; growing existing relationships and increase their giving
• Working closely and regularly with all Operational Leads and committees to understand their in-kind needs and keeping lists up to date


Skills, experience and qualifications required:
• Good coordination and communications skills.
• Self-starter who is able to work independently and with minimal supervision, whilst able to coordinate with numerous stakeholders for buy-in
• Track record of taking initiative and proposing new ideas and solutions
• Position can be done in English or in French (or bilingual)
Time Commitment:
• This role requires a commitment of 5 - 10 hours a month. This role is undertaken from home, with monthly team meetings that can be done in person or over the phone, with opportunities to also participate in HWF's in-person operations according to the candidate's interests.


Applications:
To apply for this volunteer position, please send a short message outlining your interest to Maxime Michel, Director of Fundraising at mmichel@hwfottawa.org. Do include your CV or other documents you feel are relevant. Prior experience soliciting corporate donations is not essential to the role; we are seeking someone with the willingness to learn, research, and try new approaches. Examples of where you’ve shown initiative and a drive for results will serve you best!
Endroit : Ottawa
Date limite pour postuler: 31 mar 2020
Job overview:
HWF's work is possible in part thanks to generous corporate donations that help fund its operations. As the Corporate Donations Lead, under the support of the Fundraising Director, you will be responsible for establishing and maintaining HWF's relationships with corporate donors. This is a new role within our small, entirely volunteer fundraising team.


Volunteer tasks:
• Documenting current corporate donors and identifying opportunities for recognition;
• Identifying new corporate funding opportunities and submitting applications for support, with support from the team;
• Corporate relationship management including writing appreciation notes and reporting, in collaboration with the Marketing Team and;
• Working closely with all Operational Leads and committees to understand their needs
• Development of a generic sponsorship package.
• Supporting sponsorship requests for special events (ie. HWF’s Annual Gala)


Requirements:
• Good communications and writing skills;
• Self-starter who is able to work independently and with minimal supervision, whilst able to coordinate with numerous stakeholders for buy-in
• Track record of taking initiative and proposing new ideas and solutions


Time Commitment:
This role requires a commitment of 5 - 10 hours a month. This role is undertaken from home, with monthly team meetings that can be done in person or over the phone, with opportunities to also participate in HWF's in-person operations according to the candidate's interests.


Applications
To apply for this volunteer position, please send a short message outlining your interest to Maxime Michel, Director of Fundraising at mmichel@hwfottawa.org. Do include your CV or other documents you feel are relevant. Prior experience soliciting corporate donations is not essential to the role; we are seeking someone with the willingness to learn, research, and try new approaches. Examples of where you’ve shown initiative and a drive for results will serve you best!
Endroit : Ottawa
Date limite pour postuler: 31 mar 2020
Le programme A3 (Accueil, Aide, Avenir) offre un soutien scolaire supplémentaire aux élèves nouveaux arrivants pour leur permettre d’atteindre leur plein potentiel scolaire et ainsi assurer une meilleure intégration à l’école et une meilleure réussite scolaire. Ce programme est offert gratuitement aux élèves nouveaux arrivants (NA) des écoles élémentaires et secondaires du Conseil des écoles catholiques du Centre-Est, ainsi qu'à leurs parents, le mardi de 18 h à 19 h 30 à l'école Terre-des-Jeunes, le mercredi de 18 h à 19 h 30 à l’école Horizon-Jeunesse et le jeudi de 18 h à 19 h 30 à l'école Marius-Barbeau. Chaque bénévole aide un enfant, un adolescent ou un adulte dans les travaux scolaires ou l'apprentissage de la langue française.
Endroit : École Horizon-Jeunesse, 235, av. McArthur, Vanier, ON K1L 6P3
École Marius-Barbeau, 1345, av. Nottinghill, Ottawa, ON K1V 6T3
École élémentaire Terre-des-Jeunes, 1303, rue Fellows, Ottawa ON K2C 2V8
Date limite pour postuler: 30 avr 2020
Le Centre de services à la famille cherche des bénévoles qui aimeraient accompagner un enfant en lecture dans le programme Grands-parents à l'écoute (adultes de tout âge). Lors d'une rencontre hebdomadaire d'une heure, vous aiderez un enfant entre 7 et 12 ans à améliorer ses compétences en lecture ainsi qu'à augmenter sa confiance. Le programme est offert le jour jusqu'à la mi-mai dans six écoles de la région. Joignez-vous à nous, un enfant vous attend. Pour plus de renseignements, veuillez communiquer avec René Laprise au 613-565-5166.
Endroit : 235 Beausoleil Dr, Ottawa ON K1N 8X8; 1345, av. Nottinghill Ottawa ON K1V 6T3; 2147, avenue Loyola Ottawa ON K1J 7W3; 350, rue Den Haag Ottawa ON K1K 0W9; 860, chemin Quinlan, Ottawa (Ontario) K1G 1R8 ; 235, av. McArthur, Vanier ON K1L 1B1; 2093 Bel-Air Dr Ottawa ON K2C 2P6.
Date limite pour postuler: 31 mar 2020
Organisme : LiveWorkPlay
Do you like playing video games? A person with an intellectual disability is seeking someone to get together with to game. If you're interested in meeting someone new, this is the opportunity for you! Please contact Alex for more information or to set up an interview!
Endroit : 2197 Riverside Drive
Date limite pour postuler: 20 avr 2020
Organisme : LiveWorkPlay
Do you love to bowl!? A person with an intellectual disability is looking for someone to bowl with a couple times a month. If this sounds interesting to you, contact Alex for more info or to set up an interview!
Endroit : 2197 Riverside Drive
Date limite pour postuler: 20 avr 2020
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