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Employment Opportunities with the Canadian Centre for Child Protection

Thank you for your interest in employment with the Canadian Centre for Child Protection. At this time we have the following open positions:

Bilingual Child Protection Worker – Cybertip.ca

The Canadian Centre for Child Protection is a charitable organization dedicated to the personal safety of all children. We own and operate Canada’s national tipline to report the online sexual exploitation of children – Cybertip.ca – and are currently looking for a responsible, dedicated individual to join our team as a full time Bilingual Child Protection Worker.

Our Child Protection Workers accept and address both online and telephone reports from the public regarding online sexual exploitation. As one of Cybertip.ca’s Child Protection Workers, you would be responsible for reviewing, prioritizing and conducting Internet-based research on the reports and tips submitted by the public. After thorough analysis, you would then forward those with potentially illegal content to police in the appropriate jurisdiction.

Workers are also responsible for responding to requests from the public for educational information and other resources to help Canadians keep themselves and their families safe while using the Internet.

ARE YOU THE RIGHT FIT FOR THIS POSITION?

The ideal candidate has excellent analytical and problem solving skills, an ability to manage competing priorities, to complete service within specified time-frames, and has a strong work ethic. Workers deal with very serious and important child protection issues, and therefore need to be self-motivated and retain a positive outlook to be successful in this position. Strong decision-making skills and excellent written and oral communication skills are also essential.

Cybertip.ca is operational 24 hours a day, seven days a week and could receive a report that requires immediate action regarding the safety of a child. Therefore, workers are required to be on-call on a rotating basis.

WORK EXPERIENCE, SKILLS AND EDUCATION:

The candidate for the position of Child Protection Worker would benefit from the following:

  • A University/College education (required).
  • Work-related experience in fields such as social work, criminology and justice would be considered an asset.
  • Computer skills with some knowledge of the Internet, web-based chat, and email.
  • Fluent in written and oral French / English required.

Should you wish to submit an application for employment, please email your resume to Human Resources at contact@protectchildren.ca. Applications may be considered for position openings which the applicant is qualified for a period of up to 6 months.

The Canadian Centre for Child Protection is committed to providing safe environments for children. All applicants will be thoroughly screened using background checks, including Criminal Record Checks and an extensive review process.


Systems/Software Engineer

As the Systems/Software Engineer, you are responsible for the creation and maintenance of the in-house software applications run by the Canadian Centre for Child Protection. You will have the opportunity to work on cutting edge technology that has a significant impact on the lives of children. In addition to your background in software development, you possess experience within the DevOps/System administration realm.

Skills & Requirements

Requirements:

  • University degree / Technical diploma or equivalent experience
  • Minimum 4 years of work experience in related field

Proficiency in:

  • You have OO development experience in one or many languages
  • You strive for productivity and quality through automation
  • You learn and adopt new methods and technologies independently
  • You have experience with relational and NoSQL databases
  • You have used a wide variety of open source technologies and tools
  • You are interested in or have experience with deep learning
  • Experience with virtualization
  • Experience with systems and IT operations
  • Experience with continuous integration/deployment (such as jenkins)
  • Experience with automation / configuration management tools such as Ansible
  • Experience administering Linux and Windows environments
  • Strong communication skills
  • Fluency in scripting languages like perl, python and bash
  • Passion for learning new technologies and staying ahead of the curve
  • System monitoring and instrumentation (such as nagios/check_mk)

Should you wish to submit an application for employment, please email your resume to Human Resources at contact@protectchildren.ca. Applications may be considered for position openings which the applicant is qualified for a period of up to 6 months.

The Canadian Centre for Child Protection is committed to providing safe environments for children. All applicants will be thoroughly screened using background checks, including Criminal Record Checks and an extensive review process.


Front-end Web Developer

As the Front-end Web Developer, you are primarily responsible for building appealing websites and web based applications. Creation of prototypes, website maintenance and enhancements are also included in this role. The Front-end developer will work closely with designers, and will at times be involved in backend development tasks.

Duties & Responsibilities

Primary

  • Develop and maintain appealing websites/web based applications
  • Implement / promote best practices in UX
  • Focus on automation of processes where possible
  • Create prototypes in short timelines
  • Stay current on cutting edge trends/technologies
  • Identify areas where process changes could lead to faster development

Secondary

  • Light back-end development tasks

Essential Qualifications

  • Fluency with HTML5, CSS and modern JS frameworks
  • University/College education or equivalent experience
  • Web Development including
    • Understanding of the web development process
    • Experience with source control systems
    • Current knowledge of industry trends relating to web development

The Canadian Centre for Child Protection is a registered charitable organization dedicated to the personal safety of all children. Our goal is to reduce child victimization by providing programs and services to the Canadian public. We own and operate Cybertip.ca – Canada’s national tipline to report the online sexual exploitation of children. The Canadian Centre for Child Protection is committed to providing safe environments for children. All applicants will be thoroughly screened using background checks, including Criminal Record Checks and an extensive review process.

If you are interested in this position, please email your resume to the Human Resources at contact@protectchildren.ca or by mail (615 Academy Road, Winnipeg, MB, R3N 0E7).