The Centre is looking to hire a permanent and full-time employee to provide organizational support to the Office of the Sport Integrity Commissioner. The Office’s place of business is currently located at 1080 Beaver Hall Hill in Montreal, Quebec, and the successful candidate will be expected to work in a shared
office environment and remotely from time-to-time.
The Executive Assistant’s primary responsibilities will be to support the Sport Integrity Commissioner by sorting, researching and sending routine correspondence from the Commissioner and the Office. Other duties include (i) maintaining the Office’s calendars, (ii) coordinating meetings, (iii) filing and keeping up-to-date the Office’s documents, databases and files, and (iv) preparing activity reports and other operational documents. The Executive Assistant will also collaborate with staff of the Office and of the Centre for various tasks of the Office, including to assist in the planning of events, the elaboration of operational plans and monitoring the achievement of the Office’s strategic objectives.
This position will require high levels of versatility and interpersonal skills as well as the ability to maintain a high degree of discretion, an ethical sense of duty, and confidentiality. The candidate will have strong organizational and communication skills and be comfortable working in a busy and fast-paced environment. The candidate will have a bachelor’s degree or successful completion of training in office
administration or as legal assistant, and possess a minimum of 5 years of experience as an executive assistant, legal assistant or similar role. The candidate must be familiar with the Windows environment, be literate in Microsoft Word, Excel, Access and Outlook, and possess a solid knowledge of web-based
communication technology. Fluency in French and English, superior verbal and written communication skills, attention to detail and time management skills are essential. Occasional evening or weekend work may be required. Work experience in a legal, administrative or judicial environment, a general knowledge of the Canadian amateur sport system as well as experience with project management tools and computer technology would be considered assets.
The Centre is committed to building a skilled, diverse workforce reflective of Canadian society. Thus, it promotes employment equity and encourages candidates to indicate voluntarily on their application their gender identity or expression, if they are Indigenous, a member of a visible minority group or a person with a disability.
The Centre is committed to developing inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments. If contacted regarding this competition, please advise us of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.
If you meet the above qualifications, please forward your resume, in confidence, to the contact information below. Centre will only contact the shortlisted candidates. No telephone inquiries please.
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