Summer Student 3 Jobs at SNMC please apply by Tuesday May 15 to


SNMC is looking to hire 3 student positions for summer jobs this year. Tasks listed below.

Please apply to with a resume and a cover letter explaining why SNMC should hire you on or before Monday, May 15, 2018.

Working hours at SNMC: Monday to Friday 1 p.m. to 8.30 p.m.  (35 hours per week)

The positions are for 8 to 10 weeks from Monday June 18 to Friday  August 25, 2018.

Only Grade 12 and returning university students will be considered.


To be eligible for the Summer Student Employment Program, you must satisfy the following criteria:

  • be legally entitled to work in Canada;
  • be between 15-30 years of age
  • be enrolled in a secondary or post-secondary program or institution of higher learning on a full-time basis and;
  • Must be returning to full-time studies in the next academic term


Number of hours per WEEK: 35

Rate: $14

Task and Responsibilities

Assist in carrying out existing youth events; plan next year’s youth events; identify opportunities for new events and fundraising activities to fund SNMC’s activities; gather information and resources to carry out the events; serve as liaison with vendors on event-related matters. Manage event details such as coordination of volunteers, resources, and scheduling, assisting with space bookings, AV equipment set-up, event signs, and food and beverage orders. Assist with event set-up and wrap-up, annual summer events organized by SNMC.

2-Community Outreach Coordinator

Number of hours per WEEK:35

Rate: $14

Task and Responsibilities

Contact existing donors to seek feedback and update contact information. Maintain donor records and database. Interact with donors in person and increase organizational visibility. Address donor concerns and questions. Develop and conduct the survey. Provide administrative support as needed. Most of SNMC donors/patrons are members of visible minorities.

3-Funding Officer

Number of hours per WEEK: 35

Rate: $14

Task and Responsibilities

Play the lead role in researching and developing a comprehensive understanding of the national, regional, and local sources of funding to support SNMC programs.  Take a lead responsibility for the preparation and submission of high-quality applications to grant-distributing bodies. Ensure that all monitoring reports required as a result of successful applications are completed and returned accurately and on time.