Job Posting—Assistant Service Officer


The Royal Canadian Legion, New Brunswick Command is seeking an Assistant Service Bureau Officer. This is a Permanent – Part Time position (33.50 hrs/week), commencing as soon as possible. You will be working with a Staff dedicated to representing, counselling and assisting serving and retired CAF and RCMP members, Veterans and their families seeking support for services, benefits, and programs under Canadian and Allied Veteran Legislation.

A keen interest in people, decisiveness, good judgement and the ability to communicate orally and in writing is desired. Legion knowledge and bilingualism is a strong asset.

POSITION: Assistant Service Officer

Location: Saint John, NB


a) Grade 12 or equivalent;

b) Have basic knowledge and understanding of The Royal Canadian Legion (Aims & Objectives);

c) Be a Legion member or willing to join the Organization;

d) Have basic computer and typing skills;

e) Bilingualism an asset;

f) Pleasant demeanor, able to interact with people in person, via telephone, email, etc.

g) Military service would be an asset;

h) A Security Clearance will be required;


Work with the Command Service Officer by assisting still serving and retired Canadian Forces Veteran’s and dependents, who may be seeking information and/or eligibility for services, benefits and programs. Maintain records of statistics on office activities relevant to tasks and responsibilities. Be able to perform clerical and administrative duties and have excellent organizational skills. Have a positive attitude, be professional, respectful and compassionate at all times. Be able to work independently and be initiative orientated. Ensure confidentiality and privacy in regards to client personal information.

Salary: Negotiable

Please send resumes by email at or fax 1-506-633-4836.

Closing date is February 02, 2019. Only those selected will be contacted for an interview.


Jack Clayton

Executive Director

New Brunswick Command

The Royal Canadian Legion

490 Douglas Ave.

Saint John, NB E2K 1E7

Tel: 506-634-8850/Fax: 506-633-4836


1st Poppy Presentation 2018

Her honour, Lieutenant-Governor  Jocelyne Roy Vienneau was presented the 1st Poppy of the 2018 campaign  October 16, 2018 by the

New Brunswick Command President John Ladouceur.

Pictured below, left to right: NB Command Vice President Terry Campbell, NB Command President John Ladouceur, their Honours and Jack Clayton, NB Command Executive Director.

1st Poppy 2018

Lancaster Mall Honours Veterans


                Lancaster Mall had done a fantastic job in hanging the

Banners to Honour our Veterans.

We “Thank You”

2018 10 OCT 8 Veteran Banners Lancaster Mall (1)