Person who translates, revises, rewrites texts and performs terminology research. She/he advises the establishment personnel on terminology and grammar while translating texts.
• Bachelor of Arts with a specialization in Translation or in another appropriate discipline;
• Member of l’Ordre des traducteurs, terminologues et interprètes agrées du Québec (OTTIAQ) is an asset.
In the absence of candidates matching the education requirement, the following may be considered:
• College diploma in Art, Literature or Communications or in other related field.
• A combination of relevant knowledge and work experience.
• Minimum of three (3) years experience in a related field.
Knowledge and Abilities:
• Good Knowledge of Health and Social Services Network and the Cree communities;
• Problem solving, public/community relation orientation, awareness of the First Nation’s reality;
• Ability in the identification and analysis of the information needs in a work and life environment;
• Excellent critical thinking, synthesis, planning and decision-making skills;
• Extensive knowledge of planning and research methods, statistical analysis, information systems and evaluation;
• Excellent communications skills;
• Excellent computer skills.
• Language spoken: Northern Cree dialect;
• Spoken language: Cree and English mandatory, French as an asset;
• Reading language: Cree and English mandatory, ability to translate to English from Cree, and/or French from Cree as an asset;
Other ways to apply
Please forward your resume to:
Cree Board of Health and Social Services of James Bay
With your application, please make sure to specify the posting number and the job title.
We thank all candidates who apply, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
In accordance with various Sections of the James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement (JBNQA), the organization has the objective of staffing all of its positions with qualified and competent beneficiaries of the JBNQA.
Life in Eeyou Istchee
We are the Cree of Eeyou Istchee. We call ourselves Eeyou and Eenou. Our name means simply “the people”. Clients of the CBHSSJB include the almost 18,000 people residing in the nine Cree communities and scattered throughout the territory at hunting camps, mine sites, hydro-electric installations and logging camps.
The best way to experience the Cree way of life is by participating in community and cultural activities. Most communities have an ice rink, fitness centre and a gymnasium. Several communities, including Chisasibi, have indoor pools. Ask the Community Health Representative or Community Organizer at the clinic about opportunities to participate in Cree cultural activities such as walking out ceremonies. The region offers some of the world’s best fishing, canoeing, hiking and snowmobiling.