Leader's Assistant (Non

Ontario New Democratic Party Caucus - Toronto, ON (il y a 13 mois)

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Objective: The Leader’s Assistant is responsible for providing hands-on assistance to the Leader to carry out her political, tour, and legislative responsibilities. This position is a non-bargaining unit position.

Responsible to the Principal Secretary and Director of the Leader’s Secretariat

In consultation with the Director of Leader’s Secretariat, assist the Leader in fulfillment of her daily scheduled activities, events and news conferences.

Drive and staff the Leader at events and on tour, including briefing the Leader, as required, on events and tour logistics.

Implement plans and programs to assist the Leader in following and keeping on time for her daily scheduled commitments.

Proactively review the Leader’s calendar and commitments and flag issues or events as required to the Director of the Leader’s Secretariat and Principal Secretary.

Provide debriefs to the Principal Secretary and Director of the Leader’s Secretariat and keep recorded notes of each event and contacts from outreach events.

Liaise with stakeholders from tour events and connect new contacts to appropriate people inside Queen’s Park (stakeholder relations, outreach, researchers, MPPs, and senior staff).

Assist the Leader with preparation of Question Period

In consultation with the Leader’s constituency office staff and the Director of the Leader’s Secretariat, flag issues or events of importance with the Leader.

Assist with the management of the Leader’s public email inbox and written correspondence as required.

Take pictures and support needs for Leader’s Social media outreach

Other duties as assigned by the Leader, Principal Secretary and or Director of Leader’ Secretariat.

Qualifications

Knowledge appropriate to the position of the NDP and/or Canadian labour movement, and of the Ontario Government and public affairs

At least 2 years of recent experience in event organizing, on-site management, or public relations

Excellent political judgment

Drivers’ license and excellent driving record a must

Confidentiality is a key component of this position.

Successful candidate must have enthusiasm and availability for frequent long distance travel across the province

High degree of flexibility and ability to work long hours

Excellent communication and interpersonal skills; ability to work with the public; ability to work with minimal supervision; ability to work under pressure.

Proficiency in major social media platforms preferred

Must have excellent writing skills. Ability to write reports, to meet deadlines, produce accurate work and maintain organized records

Good computer and office organization skills.

Ability to work collaboratively as part of a high energy, fast-paced team environment

Ability to multi-task / change task on short notice

Experience working in the labour movement, ethno-cultural and racialized communities, or an NDP organization would be an asset.

Second language skills would be an asset

Familiarity with equity, anti-racism and anti-oppression policy frameworks

Applications to:
Human Resources Co-ordinator, Ontario NDP Caucus
Email: resumes@ndp.on.ca
Fax: 416-325-2266

The NDP Caucus is an equal opportunity employer. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.