The Regroupement québécois des centers d’aide et de lutte contre les agressions à caractère sexuel (CALACS) is a feminist, independent community action organization that brings together some twenty centers across Quebec. The Regroupement québécois des CALACS is working to develop an intersectional approach, to take into account the different contexts of vulnerability affecting the spectrum of sexual assault, and to build a plural movement, representative of the diversity of women living in Quebec.
Accès à l’égalité en emploi
RQCALACS has an employment equity policy (the full policy is available on request). We encourage people from marginalized groups to apply. Please indicate in your cover letter that you wish to be considered in light of this policy.
RQCALACS recognizes the structural injustices and prejudices that impact our experiences living in a neo-colonial, capitalist state based on discrimination against people based on race, class, ability, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, HIV status, prison history and body type (note that this is not a comprehensive list, but a list of possible examples).
RQCALACS values the unique contributions marginalized people make to our organization and our communities. We also understand that candidates can experience interconnected marginalization in many ways. If you identify yourself as a member of a marginalized group, or have experience outside the mainstream job market, we strongly encourage you to apply.
In order to avoid tokenism during the hiring process, and to respect the choice of whether or not to disclose equal employment opportunity, we will not ask this question during the interview.
- Assurer le suivi, l’identification, le classement et la transmission des factures et réclamations à la comptable
- Assurer la fin d’année fiscale en étroite collaboration avec la comptable externe, le vérificateur financier externe et la coordonnatrice des finances
- In collaboration with the Finance Coordinator, ensure 2024-2025 budget planning based on the Regroupement’s needs and funding sources.
- Create a medium- and long-term budget projection
- Develop new financial management tools, improve and optimize existing processes
- Participate in the fundraising committee and contribute to the drafting of grant applications and the development of new projects.
- Respond to inquiries and references received by e-mail and telephone, ensuring messages are forwarded
- Collect mail and ensure its follow-up and filing
- Ensure proper management of Regroupement subscriptions and memberships
- Participate in coordinating the compilation of membership statistics
Participation in the team
- Manage common areas and tenant improvements
- Contribute to and participate in collective decisions and the cohesion of team projects
- Maintain time sheet and team calendar
- Any other related tasks to support the team.
- Experience in accounting and budget management
- Effective written and oral communication in French
- Excel intermediate level, good knowledge of Microsoft 360 and Windows
- Adaptability, flexibility and openness
- Team spirit
- Sense of responsibility, organization and leadership
- Flexibility and versatility in tasks
- Feminist and anti-racist activism an asset
- Experience in accountability, an asset
- High degree of autonomy, organizational skills and initiative
- Ability to work under pressure with tight deadlines.
Start date: Monday November 20, 2023
Contract position until May 30, 2024, with possibility of renewal depending on the organization’s financial capabilities.
Part-time position (20 hours per week, flexible Monday-Thursday schedule)
The team is currently working in a hybrid mode, varying between telecommuting and face-to-face, in our Montreal offices.
Please send your C.V. and a cover letter to the selection committee by Sunday, October 15 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interviews will take place the week of October 30.