Location: On-site in Ottawa or remote from anywhere in Canada
Hiring range: $61,226 to $76,226
Secondment proposals are welcome.
The Council of Canadian Academies (CCA) is looking for a versatile and bilingual communicator to fill a key role in our team of diverse professionals committed to supporting evidence-informed policy and practice in Canada.
The Bilingual Communication and Translation Specialist provides communications support to CCA projects, advising research teams on effective dissemination and mobilization strategies and creating evidence-informed and engaging content across a variety of platforms. They also play a lead role in all French-language communication activities at the CCA – from tweets to reports to events.
The CCA is focused on evidence and powered by people. Our reports provide a trusted source of credible information for decision makers across a variety of sectors, including government, industry, academia, and healthcare. Our assessments bring multidisciplinary experts together to evaluate the best available evidence on particularly complex issues where the science may be challenging to understand, contradictory, or difficult to assemble. Our reports are independent, non-partisan, and seek to inform ― rather than influence ― public policy in Canada.
Bilingualism is essential for this position. Language testing may be required for all candidates.
Please send your resume, a cover letter describing how your skills and experience are a fit with this position, and three writing samples (English or bilingual) to email@example.com by April 25, 2021.
CCA is committed to equity, diversity and inclusion. Please let us know if you require accommodation.
This is an on-site or remote position. Due to COVID-19, all CCA staff are currently working remotely. We welcome applications from candidates across Canada, and relocation will be welcome, though not required once COVID-19 restrictions are lifted. Cette annonce peut être vue en français à l’adresse : https://www.rapports-cac.ca/specialiste-bilingue-en-communication-et-en-traduction-2/