Opportunités d’emploi

Job #1

Business Counsellor – Base in Northern Ontario

PARO Centre for Women’s Enterprise and the Women’s Enterprise Centre Northern Ontario (WECNO) will implement a motivating Growth Strategy to help women’s companies further advance their productivity, competitiveness, business management, connections and readiness to export to take advantage of Growth Opportunities.

The Business Counsellor position – is based anywhere in Northern Ontario – reporting to Head Office located in Thunder Bay – this position is responsible for delivering comprehensive, enhanced business coaching/counselling, training, and mentoring program designed for growth-oriented Women’s Companies to increase productivity, innovation, and profitability and to Access Export Markets. This initiative will focus on 3 Pillars; 1- Growing Women’s Companies; 2 – Assessing Growth Opportunities; and 3 – Expanding Access to Export Markets. Through PARO’s vision for enhanced economic security and growth for women entrepreneurs, this position provides you with an exciting opportunity to be a part of a vibrant community of women.

Qualifications et compétences

With Post Secondary Education in Business Administration, Accounting and/or Education, or a related field, you have proven experience with business planning and operations, group training and facilitation, coaching/counseling, mentoring and related business experience. Knowledge or women’s issues, microfinance and community economic development are definite assets. You are a team player, positive and self-motivated.

EXIGENCES DU POSTE :

Regular travel (when permitted re: Covid 19) to communities in Northern Ontario; a valid driver’s license, personal vehicle and vehicle insurance; excellent interpersonal, organizational, and project management skills; written and oral communication skills; excellent analytical skills; and an ability to accommodate competing demands and meet deadlines. Must be fluent in English. French and/or Ojibway or Oji-Cree would be an asset. Must be legally entitled to work in Canada. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

Essential to this position are passion, vision, and a drive to try to make a positive impact on society.

Deadline for Application: Resumes including cover letter, 3 references and authorization to contact, must be received by May 31st, 2022 at 4 p.m. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. E-Mail or drop off resumes to:

PARO Centre pour l’entreprise des femmes,

110-105 May St. N, Thunder Bay, ON, P7C 3N9

Job Types: Full-time, Temporary

Salary: $48,434.64 per year

COVID-19 considerations:  Clients by appointment only, all those entering offices must wear masks, social distancing protocols and sanitization procedures

Emploi #2

Assistant Indigenous Coordinator

PARO Centre pour l’entreprise des femmes,

Siège social

110-105 rue May Nord,

Thunder Bay, ON

 

About the Project:
This is a hands-on, roll up the sleeves, action-oriented job that assumes the person is passionate and has the expertise and experience to immediately enter the framework, understand its challenges and opportunities, supporting and helping Indigenous women’s businesses through the Enterprising Indigenous Women’s project.   
The Enterprising Indigenous Women’s project supports Indigenous women in rural, remote, Northern communities and First Nations to start and scale-up their businesses. PARO provides holistic business and entrepreneurship training, access to mentorship and networking, peer learning and support, and connections to affordable business financing options to facilitate business start and/or scale-up in growth sectors such as mining, forestry, transportation, and power. Through partnership development with existing organizations, PARO works to support Indigenous women entrepreneurs to capitalize on opportunities associated with major economic developments, including The Ring of Fire and Wayaynikaneyap (Watay). 

 About the Role:
 Working collaboratively with other team members, and under the direction of the Project Coordinator and Program Manager, the Assistant Indigenous Coordinator will be responsible for coordinating and carrying out roundtables, connecting Indigenous women entrepreneurs with community leaders bringing a diverse range of expertise in economic development.  The Assistant Indigenous Coordinator will also lead the Phase 2 development of PARO’s Trauma Informed Curricula.

You have skills, experience and knowledge in connecting and working with First Nation communities, research, report writing, and facilitation/coordination.  Knowledge of women’s issues, reconciliatory economics and approaches to business development, microfinance and community economic development are definite assets.   

You are a team player, positive, self-motivated and flexible with knowledge and experience in developing partnerships, operating a business, a degree in Indigenous studies, Business Administration, Political Science, Women’s Studies, and Community Economic Development or equivalent. Fluent in English and the ability to speak and write in Ojibwe or Oji-Cree would be a definite asset. 
This position requires travel (when permitted) by air and road to rural, remote, Northern communities and First Nations. A valid driver’s license, reliable personal vehicle and vehicle insurance; excellent interpersonal, organizational, and project management skills; written and oral communication skills; excellent analytical skills; and an ability to accommodate competing demands and meet deadlines. 
Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

DATE BUTOIR POUR ENVOYER VOTRE CANDIDATURE::  Resumes including cover letter, 2 professional references, and authorization to contact, must be received by April 30th, 2022, at 4:00 pm, and submissions can be made to email: exec@paro.ca

Only those considered for an interview will be contacted.

Emploi #3

Conseillère en croissance d’entreprise (2 postes)
Possibilité de travailler partout en Ontario

DESCRIPTION DU POSTE

En tant qu’entreprise contractuelle fournissant des services à PARO, vous offrirez des services en tant que Conseillère en croissance d’entreprise to women living in Northern, Eastern and Southern Ontario.   Your business, representing PARO, will assist other women to start, sustain, and scale up their businesses using various technologies such as telephone, email, Zoom, CRMs, Learning Management Systems, BaseCamp, and other communication software and supports, travel, and in-person meetings when required (as permitted per Covid 19). Your business services to women will include providing holistic entrepreneurial counselling and webinars; development and support for PARO Circles; development, delivery, and support to BIZCamps and small networking events; connecting women to affordable business financing options within PARO and those researched from outside PARO; and reporting statistics, connecting on BASECAMP, and invoicing monthly to receive payment from PARO.  You will build positive relationships and communicate with strategic partners and other agencies to support getting new referrals and providing services to women entrepreneurs to ensure the success and sustainability of their businesses.

QUALIFICATIONS ET COMPÉTENCES

You have experience operating a successful business and managing the efficient use of time.  You have facilitation/coordination skills, financial acumen, business development, and reporting skills. You are a team player, but can work independently; self-motivated, and flexible, Post-Secondary Education in Business Administration, Accounting and/or Education, or a related field.  You have proven experience with business planning and operations, group training and facilitation, coaching/counselling, mentoring, and related business experience.  Experience reaching out to clients and building good customer relations; knowledge of women’s issues, and innovative approaches to business development, microfinance, and community economic development are definite assets.  You are a team player, positive and self-motivated, fluent in English, but the ability to speak and write in French, Ojibwe or Oji-Cree would be an asset. 

EXIGENCES DU POSTE :

Regular travel (when permitted re: Covid 19) to communities in Northern Ontario; a valid driver’s license, personal vehicle and vehicle insurance; excellent interpersonal, organizational, and project management skills; written and oral communication skills; excellent analytical skills; and an ability to accommodate competing demands and meet deadlines. Must be fluent in English. French and/or Ojibway or Oji-Cree would be an asset. Must be legally entitled to work in Canada. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

 

SALAIRE

Contract position for 7 days (equivalent 56 hours) per month. $250/day (the equivalent of an 8 hour day) and $125 for a one-day equivalent for planning, reporting, and follow-up ($1,750/month). For planned and approved travel, mileage, accommodation, and meals will also be covered using PARO set rates.   Time at PARO meetings can be charged at an equivalent hourly rate over and above the 7 days.

DATE BUTOIR POUR ENVOYER VOTRE CANDIDATURE::  Resumes including cover letter, 2 professional references, and authorization to contact, must be received by May 31st, 2022, at 4:00 pm, and submissions can be made to email: exec@paro.ca.  Only those considered for an interview will be contacted.

PARO Centre pour l’entreprise des femmes,

110-105 rue May Nord, Thunder Bay, Ontario, P7C 3N9

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