Les 3 sex* relies on the work of its volunteer members to carry out its mission.
To become a member of Les 3 sex*, you must fulfill an average of three hours of volunteer work per week, for a total of 120 hours per year, taking into account two months of vacation during the summer and two weeks during the holiday period.
Every member of the organization must make this contribution. Salaried members must also contribute this volunteer work time every year.
No monetary contribution can replace this time investment or give access to member status.
Below, you’ll find the volunteer-member positions currently available to new applicants. Some paid positions may be posted by Les 3 sex* if they have not been filled by our team.
The positions below are representative of the organization’s current needs. When they are filled, the listings will be deleted. Please submit your resume and a letter of intent to the supervisor listed in the descriptions to complete your application.
The tools section is used to catalogue educational programs, clinical ranges, mobile apps, pedagogical guides, and other sexological tools that give the public quick and easy access to resources that can support them in their fight for sexual health. This is a new section currently in development.
Tools writers are responsible for cataloguing, analyzing and filling out forms on relevant resources concerning sexual health. These tasks can be done remotely, except for the monthly team meetings. The forms will then be published in the Tools section of the Les 3 sex* website.
Tools section members must:
✓ Find sexological tools to add to the existing database;
✓ Analyze these tools to ensure their quality and add clarifications when they are in contradiction with Les 3 sex*’s values.
Specifically, this means they must:
✓ Find sexological tools that have not been previously catalogued;
✓ Contact community organizations and university departments to solicit their help in finding tools;
✓ Fill out the tool-cataloguing forms;
✓ Find and format pictures to accompany the tools.
✎ Ability to conduct research using the Internet and databases;
✎ Ability to analyze a variety of pedagogical, educational or clinical tools objectively;
✎ Ability to write short texts in quality French;
✎ Use (or learn to use) computer-based communication tools (Drive, Slack, Clockify, Gsuite);
✎ Ability to work independently;
✎ (Asset) Completed or ongoing studies in the following fields: sexology, sociology, feminist studies, psychology, criminology, psychoeducation, public health, etc.
The Tools section is overseen by Léo-Frédérik Leroux.
If you are not interested in the positions posted here, you may send in a spontaneous application and explain how you believe you can help the organization.
Our team will take the time to review your application. However, please note that you have better chances of joining our team by applying for a specific position.