Disadvantaged; Youth (16-18 years); Youth (11-15 years); Children (0-10 years)
The MFRC-NCR empowers military families, addressing their unique and evolving needs through increased visibility, distributed delivery and strong partnerships. The most important goal of the Military Family Resource Centre is to promote active participation of our military families in planning, developing, managing and evaluating the Centre. We are a place to come together, learn, develop strengths and share thoughts, interests and concerns. The Centre serves the military population of the National Capital Region, which consists of approximately 7000 military members and their families.
Le CRFM-RCN renforce l'autonomie des familles militaires en adressant leurs besoins, uniques et en évolution, a travers la visibilité augmentée, la livraison de services divers et les partenariats fermes. Le but principal du Centre de ressources pour les familles des militaires est de promouvoir la participation active de nos familles militaires dans la planification, le développement, la gestion et l'évaluation du Centre. Nous sommes un endroit ou nous rassembler pour apprendre, pour développer nos affinités et pour partager nos opinions, interets et préoccupations. Le Centre dessert la population militaire de la région de la capitale nationale, qui consiste de plus de 7000 membres militaires et leurs familles.
The Military Family Resource Centre - National Capital Region is happy to create a new volunteer position as a Translator. The candidate will translate various documents including letters and forms.
-Bilingual English and French (preferably with French as the mother tongue)
-Language pair: English/French
-2 years' experience in translation
-Superior knowledge of French grammar, spelling, syntax
-Proficiency with MS Office
-Working knowledge of translation tools
-Ability to maintain the content, context and style of the original material
-Attention to detail
-Receptive to constructive criticism
-Ability to meet deadlines
Start date: week of May 22nd, 2018
Time: flexible, preferably between 9:00am and 5:00pm.
If you are bilingual in both official languages, and looking at developing new skills, please contact me: 613-998-4851 / email@example.com
The Military Family Resource Centre of the National Capital Region is offering daycare. We are actively looking for reliable volunteers to help run the daycare from 9:00am to 12:00pm, and from 1:00pm to 4:00pm every Thursday and Friday.
The volunteer will help our Birth to 18 team provide child care support and a positive environment. They will help keep children engaged in activities, and maintain a safe environment.
-child care experience preferred
-First Aid & CPR training
-Vulnerable Sector Check
-Keen observation skills
-Ability to multitask
If you are available and interested in this position, please contact me asap: 613-998-4851 / firstname.lastname@example.org
As a warm line caller for the Military Family Resource Centre of the National Capital Region, you will be responsible for:
-conducting monthly calls to family members while the serving member is deployed;
-record information and maintain the deployment binder;
-send deployment/reunion packages or other resources to families;
-report any concerns or questions brought forth by family members;
-prepare various packages, as needed.
Location: 330 Croil Private, Bldg. 471, Ottawa, ON K1V 1J1
The Military Family Resource Centre will start offering Conversation Circles for Business on Monday, May 7th from 6:30pm to 8:00pm. This will provide an opportunity for non-French speakers to practice their French specifically geared towards workplace language skills. Learners will practice their French through structured activities.
For this new initiative, we are looking for experienced volunteers that can run conversation circles that specifically focus on business-related topics that can range anywhere from job interviews, company presentation, meetings to travel arrangements, etc.).
If you are interested in this position, please let me know asap: 613-998-4851 / email@example.com
Location: 330 Croil Private, Bldg. 471, Ottawa, ON.
As we are tackling the posting season for Canadian Armed Forces members and their families, we are looking for volunteers to assist our Transitions Coordinator with conducting warm welcome calls to new families in the National Capital Region, as well as follow-up calls as required.
Start date: week of May 14th
End date: June 29th
Availability: two shifts of 2 to 3 hours per week. Volunteers can choose the time and day between Monday to Friday, preferrably during regular business hours.
The goal of the calls is to welcome our families to their new community, inquire about any assistance they may need, speak to our services and programs, and invite them to join our social media.
The volunteers will be responsible for tracking their own warm welcome calls and making notes of families' needs and follow-ups required, and reporting to the Transitions Coordinator.
If you are comfortable on the phone, engaging and a good listener, this position may be for you.
Bilingual English & French is preferred.
Please contact me by phone or email if you are interested in this volunteer opportunity: 613-998-4851 / firstname.lastname@example.org