Bilingual Administrative Assistant

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The Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops is seeking a Bilingual Administrative Assistant.

The Administrative Assistant will be detail-oriented and fluently bilingual with a strong written command of either English or French. Regular responsibilities include: drafting, editing and translating memos, receiving and reviewing all incoming correspondence and messages, highlighting priority items, responding in writing and ensuring follow-up as instructed by the General Secretary (GS) or Assistant General Secretary (AGS); assisting in communicating with the members and staff, including Advisors and Directors, as well as with Chairs of National Commissions, Committees and Councils; assisting in the preparation of documentation for the National Commissions, Committees and Councils, as well as other meetings, as required; and assisting the secretaries of the National Commissions, Committees and Councils as directed by the AGS.

A complete job description is available here.

Please send a cover letter and a resume to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

In accordance with Section 24(1) of the Ontario Human Rights Commission, the CCCB has the right to give preference to Catholic candidates with respect to employment.

In accordance with the Ontario's Accessible Employment Standard, the CCCB welcomes applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

We thank all applicants but we will only contact those selected for an interview.

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