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  • Communication Officer — Temporary, Part-Time

    Job Description: Communications Officer

    This position is funded by Canada Summer Jobs, please refer to the eligibility section of the job posting.

     

    Are you a creative individual with a knack for developing compelling content? Do you want to be part of a team that believes in building working communities where everyone is invaluable? Are you generally a pretty great person? We want to hear from you!

     

    As the Communication Officer, you will support the communication activities of the organization, with an emphasis on creating content that promotes Causeway’s programs, services, and social businesses to current and potential clients, donors, and customers.

     

    Please send your resume and cover letter to Juliana Rodger at jrodger@causewayworkcentre.org by Monday, May 24th, 2021.

     

     

Volunteer At Causeway

Are you looking for a rewarding way to strengthen your community? Volunteering at Causeway allows you to play a role in our clients’ journeys. Make a difference. Volunteer at Causeway today.

Volunteers often find roles supporting users of our Employment Resource Centre, on events committees, or on our volunteer Boards of Directors.

Check here for volunteer openings or contact Volunteer Coordinator Luanne Gauvreau at lgauvreau@causewayworkcentre.org.

Eleanor Meier Award Winners

The Eleanor Meier Award is presented by Causeway to a volunteer who through commitment and caring has significantly contributed to improving the lives of people with mental illness in our community.

OUR WINNERS:

2018 – Daniel Watson

2017 – Simon Couvrette

2016 – Holly Beanlands

2015 – Claudia von Zweck

2014 – Pamela Hilchie

2013 – Donna Campbell

2012 – Robert Petrie

2011 – Dianne Breton

2010 – Bruce Hiney

2008 – Jill Mutzeneek

2006 – Eleanor Meier