Old Ottawa South Community Association

Administrative Support

Job Description OSCA Administrative Support 

Reporting to OSCA’s Executive Director, the OSCA Administrative Support position will assist in maintaining the administrative operations of OSCA.

The OSCA Admin Support staff person is expected to manage and complete diverse administrative tasks, including but not limited to: training and assisting Customer Service Reps at the front desk; serving clients when needed at the front desk; editing seasonal guides, assisting with editing and publication of program materials; inputting courses in the registration system; tracking registrations; sending notices to clients; cancelling programs once approved; issuing refunds; answering client emails and inquiries; updating staff and clients with regard to program changes and updates; assisting with registration needs on an ongoing basis; and running a variety of reports from the registration system. 

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Ottawa South Fire Station

Front (north) facade (Mohammad al-Asad, 2008)
Front (north) facade (Mohammad al-Asad, 2008)

260 Sunnyside Avenue
1921
Institutional

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The elaborate Spanish Revival style tells us at a glance that this building was designed by Werner Ernst Noffke (1878 – 1964), one of Ottawa’s best-known architects of the early 20th century. It is also the third-oldest surviving structure built as a fire station in the city. Its construction in 1921 reflected the southward growth of the city and came at a transitional time in the evolution of firefighting technology. As built, it accommodated both horse-drawn and motorized equipment, with the stables for the horses located underneath. Instead of the traditional hose drying tower, this fire hall had a hose drying room in the basement.

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About the OSCA Website

Do you live, work, or own a business in Old Ottawa South, or just want to keep up on what's happening? Then this website is for you. Find out what the community association and residents are doing to make it a great place to be. Sign up for the newsletter, submit your own events, articles, and photos. Have a look around and be sure to subscribe to the weekly newsletter News Between the Bridges. It's free, and only one email a week keeps you up to date on what's going on in the neighbourhood. You can also follow us on Twitter or on Facebook.

You'll find all our popular seasonal programs here, too. Follow the links on the home page to download our program guide or to register for programs online.

Our events calendar displays events in, around, or of relevance to Old Ottawa South, and when you subscribe, our weekly e-mail newsletter will appear in your email box to keep you up to date on upcoming events and the latest news.

All OSCA board meeting agendas, minutes and related reports are posted as soon as they are available, so you can keep abreast of current local issues and attend an upcoming meeting if there is a topic of interest to you. You can find out all about OSCA, its board members and committees, and discover volunteer opportunities  that let you contribute to the betterment of your community.

Current and past issues of our community newspaper, the OSCAR, are available online.

We are also the home of the Ottawa South History Project, a repository of ongoing research by local history buffs who want to discover and share the community's unique history.

We invite you to explore our website. Check back often to see what's new and happening. 

To post an event, please login to your website account and follow the prompts in the event calendar listing. To submit an article or photo, email webeditor@oldottawasouth.ca. We welcome your feedback!

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613-247-4946