Communicaid for Hearing Impaired Persons - CHIP CAPA (#29420)

Support services for English-speaking Montrealers who have lost part of their hearing as adults or are late-deafened.
CHIP is looking for a coordinator for our Assistive Listening Device Program. This is a wonderful opportunity to expand your knowledge about assistive listening devices and to help people with hearing loss improve their quality of life. We are looking for somebody who is genuinely interested in helping people who are hard of hearing. The coordinator must be patient, comfortable working with seniors, a good communicator, responsible, and have the ability to speak slowly, clearly, and loudly, and be willing to repeat as many times as necessary when speaking on the phone. | Place of work: On location
Location: 
Notre-Dame-de-Grâce/Montréal-Ouest
Language: 
Anglais | Bilingue (F/A)
Causes: 
Seniors | The physically handicapped
Activities: 
Organization/Coordination | Office work
Advantages: 
Other | Training | Reference letter upon request
Autres avantages: 
Learning about Assistive Listening Devices
Length of commitment: 
4 to 5 hours a week according to your availability between 9am and 4pm
Contact: 
Annalise Kluender, Administrative Assistant / 514.488.5552 x 4500 / info@hearhear.org
Place of work: 
On location
Metro/Bus: 
Station Vendôme, bus 105 / Station Villa-Maria, bus 162
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Request number: 
29420

This organization's needs

  • A volunteer with a human resources background is needed to lend expertise to the organization's human resources committee, providing advice and support on establishing human resources policies and procedures. Hard of hearing volunteers and volunteers with an interest in helping people with hearing loss are welcome. Please call 514.488.5552, ext. 4500, or email info@hearhear.org | Place of work: On location Read more...
  • CHIP is looking for a volunteer to help with administrative tasks. You will meet some wonderful people, learn a lot about running a non-profit organization that helps people with hearing loss, develop your skills, and get a great, long-term reference for future job opportunities! Please see our website at hearhear.org to learn more about what we do. Some of the things you might do include composing simple documents and letters, taking meeting minutes, entering and compiling data, researching information and creating forms and tables using Google Drive Apps such as Google Docs, Sheets, Slides and Calendar. Desired Skills: English-Written/Spoken, French is an asset but not mandatory. Microsoft Office, Google Drive, Proficient with Social Media, great communicator. | Place of work: On location Read more...
  • We are seeking a member of the Board of Directors,and looking for a person with programming,event planning and fundraising experience. Ideally this person would be a professional or non-professional already engaged with the hard of hearing community. A candidate who is hard of hearing or has experience with the hard of hearing community will be given experience. | Place of work: On location Read more...
  • CHIP is looking for volunteers with experience in grant writing, research and finances. Hard of hearing volunteers and volunteers with an interest in helping people with hearing loss are welcome. Requirements : Excellent English oral and written communication skills. Bilingualism is an asset. Some of the things you might do include composing simple documents, researching information and compiling data using the G Suite and Google Drive Apps such as Google Docs, Sheets and Slides. Volunteers will also help with fundraising by contributing to the writing process of grant applications. At CHIP, you will meet some wonderful people, learn a lot about running a non-profit organization, develop your skills, and get a great, long-term reference for future job opportunities! Please see our website at hearhear.org or find us on social media to learn more about what we do. | Place of work: On location Read more...