Status: Contract (9 months) with possibility of renewal. Full time 35 hours / week
Open to: Internal/External
Reports to: Executive Director
Deadline: Monday, June 18, 2018
Application process: Submit your online application (cover letter and résumé) to firstname.lastname@example.org
We encourage applications from qualified people of all backgrounds, including women, member of visible minorities, Aboriginal peoples, and persons with disabilities.
Thank you for your interest in this position; only candidates invited for an interview will be contacted.
World Skills Employment Centre is committed to accessibility in employment and to ensuring equal access to employment opportunities for candidates, including in the recruitment process, upon request. If you are selected for an interview and you require accommodation due to a disability during the recruitment process, please notify the HR Manager upon scheduling your interview.
World Skills, a not-for-profit employment service for New Canadians, provides essential and effective English workplace communication strategies to eligible clients through several Workplace Language Training programs. The Manager of WLT is responsible for the overall management of the Enhanced Language Training Program, the ESL On-the-Job Language Training program and, in collaboration with ACCES Employment and BDC, the Entrepreneurship Connections program. This includes overseeing both onsite and offsite day and evening classes, supervision, training and support to both teachers and administrative staff, and ensuring that programs outputs are achieved as indicated in the Contribution Agreements and Memorandums of Understanding, as applicable. These programs aim to increase the potential for successful integration and retention of skilled newcomers into the local workforce, support bridge-to-work activities and provide guidance in English as a second language acquisition.
The Enhanced Language Training Program provides essential and effective English workplace communication strategies to internationally trained professionals with a minimum CLB level 6. This program aims to increase the potential for successful integration and retention of skilled newcomers into the local workforce, support bridge-to-work activities and provide guidance in ESL acquisition.
The On-the-Job Language Training program provides workplace language training on the employer’s job site for employees with CLB levels 1-4 to support their integration into the workplace. The program is offered on a contract basis and vary in location, timing and total number of hours, based on employer requirements.
In collaboration with ACCES Employment and BDC, World Skills hosts the Entrepreneurship Connections program which helps newcomers set up and launch a successful small business in the Canadian market.
A multi-faceted role involving: Program Management, Curriculum Development, Intake and Assessment, Supervision and Outreach
Thank you for your interest in Working at World Skills Employment Centre.