What are You Doing this Summer?

The ESCC is looking for a temporary Communications Adviser. Be part of a passionate and energetic team that believes that everyone matters.  

Term: June 10 to August 10, 2024 (9 consecutive weeks)
Hours: 30 hours per week (e.g., 4 days of 7.5 hrs of work per day), daytime schedule (some flexibility) and some evening activities, Monday to Thursday primarily.

The English Speaking Catholic Council has a recently renewed website, Facebook and YouTube accounts, and a new monthly newsletter to curate and improve. It also uses mailing lists to convey specific information and/or target engagement or mobilization. We are looking for someone who can help us grow our audience/collaborators, get us better organized, create some templates/guides and start engaging with the youth and young adults from our community.

✓ Develop a short-term social media plan (e.g., 2024-2025)
✓ Recommend indicators to be tracked
✓ Develop templates/guidelines for ESCC staff and volunteers to efficiently produce engaging content (e.g., with photos/videos and authentic story-telling/witnessing)
✓ Create compelling content

The English-Speaking Catholic Council (ESCC) was founded in 1981. It is a lay, charitable, non-profit organization that seeks to be an agile, effective, and collaborative leader for the English-speaking Catholic community of the Greater Montreal Area (GMA).

Staff and volunteer Board members strive to be a forum or a hub for the GMA’s English-speaking Catholics of all origins, ages, and occupations, engaging with and for them in meaningful and stimulating networking initiatives and relationship-building. In so doing, the ESCC aims to contribute to the unity and vitality of the English-speaking community in Quebec.

Our collaborative work focuses on tapping into underrecognized or insufficiently heard voices, such as those of young adults, older adults and seniors, newcomers and asylum seekers, and persons from visible minority groups.

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Photo: Nicolas Lobos