Starting in mid- September, the physiotherapist will discuss how to avoid or cope with injuries and provide a demonstration of positioning, exercise or ergonomics to assist participants in understanding how to avoid or cope with an injury.
This position is an in-person role at the Women’s Centre’s location in Pointe-Claire, where appropriate public health measures are in place with respect to Covid-19 and food hygiene. Should public health authorities require a return to increased distancing measures, this group may be converted to an online presentation via Zoom.
WORK DAYS & HOURS: One day between mid-September and November 2021. The session should be 1.5 hours long. A maximum of 30 minutes is suggested to prepare this interaction in advance. A total of 2 hours will be paid. Please note: This position will be paid directly by the West Island Women’s Centre, and you will NOT be an employee of Kigi Agency.
The West Island Women’s Centre (WIWC) is a dynamic and widely-used non-profit community organization dedicated to improving the quality of life of women. We provide educational, social and recreational services for women living in the West Island and the community at large. We foster a community for women through all our services and offerings. The Centre is open to all — without regard to age, race or socio-economic background.