Jeffery Hale – Saint Brigid's is an equal opportunity employer

As you contact us about possible employment, it may help you to know that Jeffery Hale – Saint Brigid's adheres to an equal opportunity employment program that recognizes the rights of persons belonging to certain groups to help facilitate recruitment and hiring.

We encourage members of the following groups to apply:

  • Women
  • Aboriginal peoples
  • Visible minorities
  • Ethnic minorities and
  • Disabled persons (adaptations may be offered to people with disabilities according to their needs)

You are welcome to submit your application by identifying yourself as a member of one of these groups by completing the questionnaire below.

Date November 20, 2017
*Name
*Email
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Identification number (if applicable)
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*Sex
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Aboriginal Peoples

For the purposes of the Act, Aboriginal peoples are Indians, Inuit or Métis of Canada.

*Do you belong to the Aboriginal peoples of Canada?

Visible Minorities

Members of visible minorities are persons, other than Aboriginal peoples, who are non-white in colour/race.

For instance, the following persons may be considered to belong to a visible minority within the meaning of the Act: (please note that this list is non-exhaustive)

  • Blacks (Africans, Haitians, Jamaicans, etc.);
  • South Asians (Bengalis, Tamils, Indians of India, etc.);
  • Chinese (from Hong Kong, China, Mongolia, etc.);
  • Koreans;
  • Japanese;
  • Southeast Asians (Vietnamese, Cambodians, Thais, Laotians, etc.);
  • Filipinos;
  • other Pacific Islanders;
  • West Asians and Arabs (Armenians, Iranians, Lebanese, Moroccans, Egyptians, Turks, etc.);
  • Latin Americans (Brazilians, Colombians, Cubans, Peruvians, Guatemalans, etc.).

*Do you belong to a visible minority?

Ethnic Minorities

Members of ethnic minorities are persons, other than Aboriginal peoples and members of visible minorities, whose mother tongue is neither French nor English.

For the purposes of this questionnaire, your mother tongue is the language that you first learned in your childhood and that you must still understand to belong to an ethnic minority. In addition, that language must not be either French or English.

Here are some examples of mother tongues of persons who may be considered to belong to an ethnic minority within the meaning of the Act: (please note that this list is non-exhaustive)

  • German;
  • Bulgarian;
  • Spanish;
  • Greek;
  • Hungarian;
  • Italian;
  • Polish;
  • Portuguese;
  • Romanian;
  • Russian;
  • Ukrainian.

*Do you belong to an ethnic minority?

Handicapped Persons

The Act to secure handicapped persons in the exercise of their rights with a view to achieving social, school and workplace integration (R.S.Q., c. E-20.1, section 1) defines a "handicapped person" as:

“... a person with a deficiency causing a significant and persistent disability, who is liable to encounter barriers in performing everyday activities.”

In other words, a handicapped person is a person :

  • with a deficiency (the loss, malformation or insufficiency of an organ or bodily structure, present from birth or that occurs during the person’s lifetime)
  • causing a significant (of a degree of severity or gravity that makes it impossible to restore the person’s capacities through the use of prostheses such as glasses, contact lenses, or hearing aids, or ortheses such as orthopaedic inserts or shoes)
  • and persistent (not expected to disappear)
  • disability (a reduced ability to function in intellectual, psychological, physiological or anatomical terms in a way or within limits considered to be normal)
  • who is liable to encounter barriers in performing everyday activities.

For instance, the following examples illustrate situations in which persons who have significant and persistent disabilities may experience limitations in the workplace: (Please note that this list is non-exhaustive and that the examples do not constitute legal definitions)

  • difficulty using hands or arms, for example, grasping or handling a stapler or using a keyboard;
  • difficulty moving around from one office to another or up and down stairs, etc.;
  • inability to see or difficulty seeing, excluding use of glasses or contact lenses;
  • inability to hear or difficulty hearing;
  • inability to speak or difficulty speaking and being understood;
  • difficulty driving an non-adapted vehicle;
  • difficulty functioning mentally or intellectually.

*In light of the above, are you a handicapped person?