We are hiring Call Centre or Market Research Interviewers. There is no selling or fundraising. All you do is provide customer service by conducting telephone interviews or surveys over the phone. You can either work out of the office (We are located at 7100 Woodbine Ave Ste 115. Markham ON) or from home. However, in order to work from home (WFH) you must have the proper WFH equipment – corded telephone with headset jack, high speed internet and computer, two way headset to listen and speak.
Pay: The pay is $13-16/hr for an individual who is fluent in Thai and fluent in English - To clarify: for Thai work it is $16/hr and for English work it is $13/hr.
The languages we need are: Thai (Thailand)
Work Hours: Thai – 8pm – 2am EST Sunday to Thursday
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Type of Contract: Part-time (22.5 hours/week), short-term Application Deadline: Wednesday, February 15, 2017 (midnight) Interview Date: During the week of February 21-24, 2017 Contract Duration: 4.5 months
Responsibilities 1. Plan, implement and evaluate the Asian Women-at-Risk Outreach and Education Project 2. Support 8 peer educator volunteers to assist with HIV/AIDS education services for Asian women 3. Provide 4 HIV/AIDS outreach sessions at various East and Southeast Asian ethno-cultural community events, ESL classes, church groups and settlement services 4. Conduct 6 HIV/AIDS/STIs workshops for Asian women in the City of Toronto 5. Organize “Pillow Talk”, a community learning forum on women and sexual health 6. Design and run an educational campaign to promote female condom use 7. Attend network meetings and professional development training as required 8. Maintain statistics, and prepare reports 9. Other administrative tasks as needed
Qualifications: • College or university education or 2 year work experience in social work, adult education, or health promotion • Familiarity with the East and Southeast Asian communities in Toronto, especially with issues faced by newcomer women and their families • Knowledge, and/or lived experience, and sensitivity to issues concerning HIV/AIDS/STIs, women’s healthy sexuality, and violence against women • Good communication and writing skills in English • Fluent in one of the East or Southeast Asian languages and able to conduct a workshop in that language • Basic volunteer management skills • Experience in workshop planning, and group facilitation, especially with women • Experience in conducting health outreach activities, and community development • Ability to prioritize, delegate, and handle multiple tasks • Able to interact with diverse populations and use active listening skills to determine appropriate response to callers, visitors, and others during daily activities. • Ability to work under a trans-positive, queer-positive, sex-positive, and anti-oppressive work environment • Ability to work evenings and weekends occasionally
Please send a cover letter and resume by email to: Hiring Committee – Women’s Outreach Program, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Subject: Women’s Program Coordinator position
We regret that we will only contact candidates selected for an interview.
ACAS supports employment equity. People from the East and Southeast Asian Canadian communities, LGBTTIQ, and people living with HIV/AIDS are encouraged to apply.