Recruiting French-Speaking Staff

Where To Post

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Recruiting French-Speaking Staff – Where To Post

Looking to recruit French speakers for your staff positions? There are a few excellent resources, including targeted paid advertisements and free distribution of your job postings.

 

Advertising:

2 weekly newspapers in GTA – L’Express (http://www.lexpress.to/emplois/) and Le Métropolitain (marketing@lemetropolitain.com)

Monthly newsmagazine Canoraa (targets Francophone ethno-cultural communities)

Francophone community radio station (CHOQ-FM) and their sister website (GrandToronto.ca)

 

Job centres:

Collège Boréal – contact Jean-François Rose, Jean-Francois.Rose@collegeboreal.ca

Centre francophone de Toronto (http://www.centrefranco.org/en/employment/)

 

Placements:

Boréal also runs a placement program which might be something of interest for your organization. Boréal is usually quite open and enthusiastic to placement opportunities for their social work students.

Contact: Marlène Thélusma-Rémy, Marlene.remy-thelusma@collegeboreal.ca

 

 

Distribution lists (for free distribution of job postings)

Assemblée de la francophonie de l’Ontario (AFO) – they have a weekly job posting, www.monassemblee.ca

RIFSSSO, http://www.cliquezsante.ca/fr/offres

RDÉE Ontario, send to Patricia Gaspar, pgaspar@rdee-ont.ca

La Passerelle, http://www.passerelle-ide.com/

Also, Julie Morache is a federal civil servant who works for Health Canada. She’s developed quite an extensive email list and regularly distributes various announcements and job postings: julie.morache@hc-sc.gc.ca

 

 

Société économique de l’Ontario (SÉO)

http://www.seo-ont.ca/en/job-opportunities/

Charlotte Mahillet

Employability and Entrepreneurship Counselor

T: 416 596 0220 Poste: 211

Sans frais : 1 844 668-7333

cmahillet@seo-ont.ca

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