U-0.1 - Act respecting bargaining units in the social affairs sector

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chapter U-0.1
Act respecting bargaining units in the social affairs sector
BARGAINING UNITS IN THE SOCIAL AFFAIRS SECTORDecember 18 2003December 18 2003
DIVISION I
INTRODUCTORY PROVISIONS
1. This Act introduces a union representation system applicable to associations of employees and institutions in the social affairs sector whose process of negotiation is governed by the Act respecting the process of negotiation of the collective agreements in the public and parapublic sectors (chapter R-8.2).
To that end, this Act establishes classes of personnel according to which bargaining units are to be constituted, and limits their number. It also provides for a mechanism by which an association of employees may be certified to represent the employees included in a bargaining unit following an integration of activities, an amalgamation of institutions, or a partial transfer of activities from one institution to another. Finally, it sets out the special terms according to which the parties, following the certification of the new association of employees, must negotiate the matters defined as being the subject of clauses negotiated and agreed at the local or regional level.
2003, c. 25, s. 1.
2. The provisions of the Labour Code (chapter C-27) apply, with the necessary modifications, to the extent that they are not inconsistent with the provisions of this Act.
2003, c. 25, s. 2.
3. When the Commission des relations du travail is seized of a petition, it may rule on any question relating to the application of this Act and the Labour Code (chapter C-27). It may designate a labour relations officer to perform any function assigned to the officer by this Act, on the conditions the Commission determines.
2003, c. 25, s. 3.
DIVISION II
UNION REPRESENTATION SYSTEM
§ 1.  — General rules
4. The bargaining units in any institution in the social affairs sector must be constituted according to the following classes of personnel:
(1)  nursing and cardio-respiratory care personnel, as defined in section 5;
(2)  paratechnical personnel and auxiliary services and trades personnel, as defined in section 6;
(3)  office personnel and administrative technicians and professionals, as defined in section 7;
(4)  health and social services technicians and professionals, as defined in section 8.
2003, c. 25, s. 4.
5. The class of nursing and cardio-respiratory care personnel comprises employees whose practice is governed by the Nurses Act (chapter I-8), employees who are members of the Ordre professionnel des infirmières et infirmiers auxiliaires du Québec and employees assigned to nursing and cardio-respiratory care, and who hold employment under one of the job titles listed in Schedule 1.
2003, c. 25, s. 5.
6. The class of paratechnical personnel and auxiliary services and trades personnel comprises employees whose job consists in performing semi-skilled tasks to provide functional support, generally to health and social services professionals or technicians, and employees whose job consists in providing manual auxiliary services or pursuing skilled or semi-skilled trades that may require a qualification certificate, and who hold employment under one of the job titles listed in Schedule 2.
2003, c. 25, s. 6.
7. The class of office personnel and administrative technicians and professionals comprises employees whose job consists in performing a set of administrative, professional, technical or routine tasks and who hold employment under one of the job titles listed in Schedule 3.
2003, c. 25, s. 7.
8. The class of health and social services technicians and professionals comprises employees whose job consists in providing health services or social services to users or in carrying out professional or technical work as part of such services, and who hold employment under one of the job titles listed in Schedule 4.
2003, c. 25, s. 8.
9. A bargaining unit may not include more than one class of personnel listed in section 4 and may only include employees whose home base is in the territory of a single regional board.
Only one association of employees may be certified to represent the employees of a bargaining unit in an institution and only one collective agreement may be applicable to all the employees in that bargaining unit.
2003, c. 25, s. 9.
10. It is the duty of the Commission des relations du travail, on being seized of a petition, to rule on the class of personnel to which a job title is related when the validity of the job title has been recognized by agreement between unions and management at the national level and the job title is not listed in any of Schedules 1 to 4.
Once a year, the Commission sends the Minister of Health and Social Services a list of the job titles to be added to those in Schedules 1 to 4, following decisions rendered by the Commission. The Minister publishes the list in the Gazette officielle du Québec. The Minister of Justice ensures that the list of job titles is updated in the schedules in the Compilation of Québec Laws and Regulations, based on the published list.
2003, c. 25, s. 10.
11. Subject to section 94, a petition relating to the certification of an association of employees to represent the employees of an institution in the social affairs sector is only granted in accordance with this subdivision.
2003, c. 25, s. 11.
DIVISION IV
AMENDING PROVISIONS
HOSPITAL INSURANCE ACT
52. (Amendment integrated into c. A-28, s. 3).
2003, c. 25, s. 52.
ACT RESPECTING THE PROCESS OF NEGOTIATION OF THE COLLECTIVE AGREEMENTS IN THE PUBLIC AND PARAPUBLIC SECTORS
53. (Amendment integrated into c. R-8.2, s. 36).
2003, c. 25, s. 53.
54. (Amendment integrated into c. R-8.2, s. 37).
2003, c. 25, s. 54.
55. (Amendment integrated into c. R-8.2, s. 38).
2003, c. 25, s. 55.
56. (Amendment integrated into c. R-8.2, s. 39).
2003, c. 25, s. 56.
57. (Omitted).
2003, c. 25, s. 57.
58. (Amendment integrated into c. R-8.2, s. 41).
2003, c. 25, s. 58.
59. (Amendment integrated into c. R-8.2, s. 42).
2003, c. 25, s. 59.
60. (Amendment integrated into c. R-8.2, s. 45).
2003, c. 25, s. 60.
61. (Amendment integrated into c. R-8.2, s. 46).
2003, c. 25, s. 61.
62. (Amendment integrated into c. R-8.2, s. 57).
2003, c. 25, s. 62.
63. (Amendment integrated into c. R-8.2, s. 58).
2003, c. 25, s. 63.
64. (Amendment integrated into c. R-8.2, s. 70).
2003, c. 25, s. 64.
65. (Amendment integrated into c. R-8.2, s. 70.1).
2003, c. 25, s. 65.
66. (Amendment integrated into c. R-8.2, s. 72).
2003, c. 25, s. 66.
67. (Amendment integrated into c. R-8.2, Schedule A.1).
2003, c. 25, s. 67.
68. (Amendment integrated into c. R-8.2, Schedule B, Division I).
2003, c. 25, s. 68.
ACT RESPECTING HEALTH SERVICES AND SOCIAL SERVICES
69. (Amendment integrated into c. S-4.2, s. 432).
2003, c. 25, s. 69.
DIVISION V
TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS
§ 1.  — Application
70. Subdivision 2 does not apply to an institution in which there are fewer than four bargaining units.
2003, c. 25, s. 70.
71. The Minister determines by order the date on which sections 72 to 92 take effect for each institution indicated by the Minister. The Minister also determines by order the date on which sections 88 to 92 take effect for an institution referred to in section 70. Such orders are published in the Gazette officielle du Québec.
2003, c. 25, s. 71.
§ 2.  — Merger of bargaining units
72. For the purposes of this subdivision, a reference in paragraph 1 of section 73, paragraph 2 of section 74, subparagraph 3 of the second paragraph of section 75 or the first paragraph of section 76, 77 or 78 to a certified association of employees or to an association of employees that is certified is also a reference, with the necessary modifications, to an association of employees having filed, within the time specified in the Labour Code (chapter C-27), a petition for certification to represent employees that is still pending on the date section 73 comes into effect for the institution concerned.
2003, c. 25, s. 72.
73. Within 30 days after the date on which this section takes effect for an institution in the social affairs sector whose union representation system, on that date, does not comply with subdivision 1 of Division II, the institution draws up a status report of union representation as it existed in the institution on that date. The status report includes
(1)  a description of each existing bargaining unit and the name of the association of employees certified to represent the employees in that bargaining unit; and
(2)  the names, addresses, social insurance numbers, job titles and job title numbers of all the employees in the institution, including employees who were on leave without pay and employees who were on a recall or standby list to the extent that the latter performed work during the 12 months preceding the date on which this section takes effect for the institution concerned, identifying employees who
(a)  were included in a bargaining unit referred to in paragraph 1;
(b)  did not belong to any bargaining unit because there was no association of employees certified to represent those employees.
2003, c. 25, s. 73.
74. On or before the expiry of the 30 days specified in section 73, the institution
(1)  sends the Minister the information required under paragraph 1 of section 73;
(2)  sends each of the associations of employees referred to in paragraph 1 of section 73 only the information required under paragraph 2 of that section that concerns employees included from then on in a class of personnel and who belong to a bargaining unit for which the association is already certified, but not the employees’ addresses or social insurance numbers.
2003, c. 25, s. 74.
75. Within 30 days after the expiry of the 30-day time limit specified in section 73, and based on the information referred to in paragraph 2 of that section, the institution identifies any new bargaining unit corresponding to a class of personnel for which an association of employees may eventually be certified in the institution, and prepares a list of the employees to be included in that bargaining unit, with their job titles, addresses and social insurance numbers.
On or before the expiry of those 30 days, the institution
(1)  posts the information required under the first paragraph and a copy of all the information required under section 73, except the employees’ addresses and social insurance numbers, for 20 days at the usual places for posting information in the institution;
(2)  sends the information required under the first paragraph to the Commission des relations du travail, using an information technology medium determined by the Commission, and informs the Commission, for each class of personnel, of the number of employees represented by a certified association of employees, the number of employees not so represented, and the date on which the period for posting the information ends;
(3)  sends each association of employees referred to in paragraph 1 of section 73 only the information referred to in subparagraph 2 that concerns a class of personnel for which the association is already certified as regards some of the employees to be included in the new bargaining unit, but not the employees’ addresses or social insurance numbers.
2003, c. 25, s. 75.
76. With respect to a new bargaining unit in the institution, an association of employees referred to in paragraph 1 of section 73 may file a petition with the Commission des relations du travail applying for certification to represent the employees to be included in the bargaining unit, if that association is already certified for some of those employees.
The petition for certification is filed with the Commission on or before the one hundred and tenth day after the date on which section 73 takes effect for that institution. A petition filed outside the prescribed time is refused, unless the Commission believes circumstances warrant granting the association of employees extra time, which may not however exceed 20 days.
A copy of the petition is served on the institution, which posts it at the usual places for posting information in the institution.
If the petition is filed by an association of employees that is not certified but is referred to in section 72, the association indicates the Commission’s record number that refers to its petition for certification.
2003, c. 25, s. 76.
77. The associations of employees referred to in paragraph 1 of section 73 may form an employee-associations group to apply for certification to represent the employees to be included in a new bargaining unit if one of those associations is already certified for some of those employees. An employee’s membership in an association of employees that is a member of such a group constitutes membership in the group.
For the purposes of this Act and the Labour Code (chapter C-27), such an employee-associations group is deemed to be an association of employees.
2003, c. 25, s. 77.
78. The associations of employees referred to in paragraph 1 of section 73 may agree to designate one of their number to represent the employees to be included in a new bargaining unit if each of those associations is already certified for some of those employees.
If the associations filed a petition for certification in accordance with section 76, they may agree to have one of their number certified to represent the employees to be included in a new bargaining unit, or to merge into a single association to represent those employees.
The agreements are evidenced in writing.
An agreement under the first paragraph is sent to the Commission des relations du travail before the expiry of the 110-day time limit for filing a petition specified in the second paragraph of section 76 or any extension granted by the Commission under that paragraph. An agreement under the second paragraph is sent to the Commission des relations du travail within 10 days after the expiry of the applicable time limit.
2003, c. 25, s. 78.
79. Upon receipt of one or more petitions filed under section 76, the Commission des relations du travail proceeds as follows, subject to section 80:
(1)  if the Commission concludes that the petitioning association is the only association to have filed a petition to represent the employees to be included in a new bargaining unit, it certifies the association, indicating the class of personnel included in the new bargaining unit;
(2)  if the Commission concludes that the petitioning association, in keeping with the first paragraph of section 78, has obtained the agreement of all the associations of employees referred to in that paragraph that it represent the employees to be included in a new bargaining unit, it certifies the association, indicating the class of personnel included in the new bargaining unit;
(3)  if the Commission concludes that all the petitioning associations agree, in keeping with the second paragraph of section 78, to have one of their number certified to represent the employees to be included in a new bargaining unit, it certifies the association, indicating the class of personnel included in the new bargaining unit;
(4)  if the Commission concludes that all the petitioning associations agree, in keeping with the second paragraph of section 78, to merge into a single association of employees, it certifies the association of employees resulting from the merger, indicating the class of personnel included in the new bargaining unit;
(5)  if the Commission concludes that there is more than one association petitioning to represent the employees to be included in a new bargaining unit, it orders the holding of a vote for the employees of the bargaining unit and certifies the association of employees that obtains the greatest number of votes, indicating the class of personnel included in the new bargaining unit.
2003, c. 25, s. 79.
80. In all cases where at least 40% of the employees in a bargaining unit in the process of being constituted were not represented by an association of employees referred to in paragraph 1 of section 73 on the date section 73 came into effect for the institution concerned, the Commission des relations du travail, before granting an association of employees certification under section 79, ascertains the will of the employees who will be included in a new bargaining unit to be represented by an association of employees, by holding a vote.
The vote may be held simultaneously with a vote under paragraph 5 of section 79.
2003, c. 25, s. 80.
81. Only an employee duly entered on the list required under the first paragraph of section 75 may participate in a vote ordered by the Commission des relations du travail under paragraph 5 of section 79 or section 80, up to one vote per class of personnel to which the employee belongs. For that purpose, within two days after a request by an association of employees referred to in subparagraph 3 of the second paragraph of section 75, the Commission communicates the address of an employee who will be included in a bargaining unit for which the association of employees filed a petition for certification in accordance with section 76.
The only rules governing the conduct of the vote are those determined by the Commission for the purposes of this Act. The vote may be held by mail or in any other manner the Commission considers appropriate.
2003, c. 25, s. 81.
82. If, on the expiry of the time limit specified in the second paragraph of section 76, no petition has been filed with the Commission des relations du travail by an association of employees entitled to do so for a class of personnel, the Commission notifies the institution concerned and the Minister.
Within 30 days after receipt of that notice, the institution may bring the matter before the Commission by means of a petition for the revocation of the association’s certification. If the institution fails to act within that time, the Minister may bring the matter before the Commission for the same purpose.
2003, c. 25, s. 82.
83. Upon receipt of a petition filed under the second paragraph of section 82, the Commission des relations du travail revokes the certification of the association of employees that represented the employees included in a bargaining unit that existed in the institution concerned on the date section 73 came into effect for the institution.
2003, c. 25, s. 83.
84. The Commission des relations du travail must render its decision concerning a petition filed under section 76 within 150 days after the date on which the petition was filed.
The president of the Commission may extend the time limit if the president believes circumstances warrant such a decision.
2003, c. 25, s. 84.
85. The decision of the Commission des relations du travail is sent to the association of employees newly certified under section 79 and, where applicable, to each of the other petitioning associations, to the association whose accreditation is revoked under section 83, to the institution concerned, and to the Minister.
2003, c. 25, s. 85.
86. The newly certified association of employees is subrogated by operation of law in all the rights and obligations resulting from a collective agreement to which a certified association of employees it replaces was a party.
2003, c. 25, s. 86.
87. The Commission des relations du travail puts an end to the processing of any other petition that is pending on the date section 73 comes into effect for the institution concerned if it is of the opinion that the petition concerns all or some of the employees of a single class of personnel and has the same subject or the same purposes as the petition filed under section 76 or the second paragraph of section 82.
2003, c. 25, s. 87.
§ 3.  — Determination of the first clauses negotiated and agreed at the local or regional level
88. From the date on which the new association of employees is certified, the institution concerned and the association of employees newly certified under section 79 negotiate the matters defined as being the subject of clauses negotiated and agreed at the local or regional level by the Act respecting the process of negotiation of the collective agreements in the public and parapublic sectors (chapter R-8.2).
The parties have 24 months from the date on which the new association of employees is certified to agree on those clauses. Failing agreement within those 24 months on a matter that is the subject of clauses negotiated and agreed at the local or regional level, the institution must, in the ensuing 10 days, request the Minister of Labour to appoint a mediator-arbitrator to settle the disagreement, informing the association of employees of the request.
However, during the first 12 months, failing agreement, the parties may jointly request the Minister of Labour to appoint a mediator-arbitrator to settle the disagreement. On the expiry of the first 12 months, either of the parties may make such a request to the Minister of Labour in the ensuing 12 months, informing the other party of the request.
2003, c. 25, s. 88.
89. Except where the certification of an association of employees is revoked under section 83, and despite section 9, the collective agreement of each certified association of employees referred to in paragraph 1 of section 73, in force on the day before the date on which the new association of employees is certified, and the local arrangements that relate to it continue to apply for employees covered by each of those collective agreements. The integrating institution or the new institution resulting from the amalgamation and the newly certified association of employees may, however, agree to apply the collective agreement of the newly certified association of employees and the local arrangements relating to it to all the employees included in the new bargaining unit.
From the date on which the new association of employees is certified, the collective agreement of the newly certified association of employees and the local arrangements that relate to it apply to the employees who were not represented by a certified association of employees on the day before the date of integration or amalgamation.
As of the date of coming into force of an agreement on a matter negotiated and agreed at the local or regional level, the clauses negotiated and agreed at the national level and the local arrangements regarding that matter cease to apply. The institution and the newly certified association of employees may agree to bring the clauses negotiated and agreed at the local or regional level into force on different dates.
The new clauses negotiated and agreed at the national level after the date on which the new association of employees is certified take effect on the date set out in those clauses. The local arrangements relating to the clauses of the previous collective agreement, which are replaced by the new clauses, cease to apply on that date.
2003, c. 25, s. 89.
90. The seniority accumulated by an employee in the institution concerned before the date on which the clauses negotiated and agreed at the local or regional level come into force is recognized up to one year per period of 12 months.
With respect to the employees not represented by a certified association of employees, seniority is deemed to have been accumulated according to the provisions of the collective agreement of the newly certified association of employees.
Seniority lists must be posted within 30 days following the date of the end of the pay period that includes the date of coming into force of the clauses negotiated and agreed at the local or regional level. The periods for posting information and the seniority correction procedures set out in the collective agreement determined for the newly certified association of employees under section 89 apply.
However, the institution and the newly certified association of employees may agree on a date for integrating seniority lists that is earlier than the date provided in the third paragraph for the matters negotiated and agreed at the local or regional level that are the subject of an agreement.
2003, c. 25, s. 90.
91. Where a request for the appointment of a mediator-arbitrator is made to the Minister of Labour in accordance with section 88, the parties may jointly recommend a person to the Minister for appointment as mediator-arbitrator.
As soon as possible, the Minister of Labour appoints the person recommended as mediator-arbitrator or, if no joint recommendation is made, a person whose name appears on a list prepared for that purpose after consultation with the Minister of Health and Social Services.
2003, c. 25, s. 91.
92. For the purposes of this subdivision, sections 38 and 40 to 51 apply, with the necessary modifications.
In the case of an institution referred to in section 70, where a provision referred to in section 88, 89 or 91 refers to the date on which the new association of employees is certified, that provision must be read as referring to the effective date indicated in the Minister’s order made under section 71. Where a provision referred to in any of sections 88 to 91 refers to the new association of employees, that provision must be read as referring to the association of employees that exists in the institution on the day before the date on which those sections take effect.
2003, c. 25, s. 92.
DIVISION VI
FINAL PROVISIONS
93. From 18 December 2003, the matters listed in Schedule A.1 of the Act respecting the process of negotiation of the collective agreements in the public and parapublic sectors (chapter R-8.2), enacted by section 67 of this Act, and defined as being the subject of clauses negotiated and agreed at the local or regional level may no longer be the subject of clauses negotiated and agreed at the national level.
2003, c. 25, s. 93.
94. This Act does not apply to pharmacists, clinical biochemists or medical physicists referred to in section 3 of the Hospital Insurance Act (chapter A-28) or section 432 of the Act respecting health services and social services (chapter S-4.2), or to residents in medicine referred to in section 19.1 of the Health Insurance Act (chapter A-29). Nor does it apply to persons who are recruited by a researcher or an organization engaged in research and whose remuneration comes from a research fund.
2003, c. 25, s. 94.
95. The Minister of Health and Social Services is responsible for the administration of this Act.
2003, c. 25, s. 95.
96. (Omitted).
2003, c. 25, s. 96.
SCHEDULE 1
Nursing and Cardio-respiratory Care Personnel
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JOB TITLE NUMBER
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Assistant to the immediate superior (nurse) 2487, 2488

Assistant head nurse 2468

Baccalaureate assistant head nurse 1902, 1906

Nursing unit assistant head nurse 2467

Assistant head respiratory therapist
or assistant head pulmonary function
technician 2248

Candidate to the nursing profession 2475, 2476

Nurse candidate admissible per equivalence 2477, 2478

Clinical teacher (inhalation therapy) 2247

Technical coordinator (inhalation therapy) 2246

Respiratory therapy extern 4002

Nursing extern 4001

Nurse 2471, 2472, 2474

Nurse — Institut Pinel 2473

Nursing assistant or graduate auxiliary 3448, 3455

Nursing assistant or graduate auxiliary
(assistant team leader) 3446

Nursing assistant or graduate auxiliary
(team leader) 3445

Nursing assistant or graduate auxiliary
on refresher period 3529, 3530

Nurse (organized team work) 2458, 2459

Nurse on refresher period (5 years and +) 2485, 2486

Assistant to the immediate superior
(baccalaureate nurse) 1904, 1905

Baccalaureate nurse 1901, 1903

Baccalaureate nurse — Institut Pinel 1907

Respiratory technician or pulmonary function technician 2244

Nurse educator 2462, 2464

Perfusionist 2268, 2288

Child nurse/baby nurse 3461

Extra-corporal circulation technician 2267
2003, c. 25, Sch. 1.
SCHEDULE 2
Paratechnical, Auxiliary Services and Trades Personnel
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JOB TITLE NUMBER
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Community supervision officer 3458

Intervention officer — Institut Pinel 6436

Intervention officer 3545

Living unit officer 3594

Diet helper 6319

Service aide 3243

Kitchen helper 6309

General helper 6414

General helper in a northern institution 6415

Heavy vehicle driver helper 6405

Roofer helper apprentice 6399

Cook’s helper 6304

Assistant stationary engineer 6387

Assistant perfusionist 3268

Trade apprentice 6375

Dietetics assistant 6381

Rehabilitation assistant 3468

Laboratory or radiology technical assistant 3205, 3210

Health care technical assistant 3201, 3202

Oral surgery technical assistant 3206

Dental technical assistant 3207, 3217

Pharmacy technical assistant 3212

Operating room technical assistant 3451

Senior pharmacy technical assistant 3215

Home care auxiliary 3591, 3592

Diet auxiliary 6318

Family and social auxiliary 3589, 3590

Butcher 6303

Stretcher bearer 3485

Launderer 6320, 6420

Cafeteria cashier 6312

Pipe insulator 6395

Chief cook 6337

Hairdresser 6340

Pharmacy clerk 3249

Commissionaire 3260

Janitor 6351, 6385

Vehicle driver 6336, 6400

Heavy vehicle driver 6355

Shoemaker 6374

Tailor 6327

Roofer-tinsmith 6391

Cook 6300, 6301

Draftsperson 6409

Cabinet maker 6365

Electrician 6354

Electronics technician (high school diploma) 6370

Cosmetologist 6406

Tinsmith 6369

Florist 6358

Guard — Institut Pinel 6346

Residence guard 6349

Security guard 6338, 6401

Industrial workshops instructor 3585

Shoemaking instructor 3574

Sewing instructor 3627

Cooking instructor 3683

Workshops instructor 3684

Cabinetmaking instructor 3694

Shipping instructor 3597

Horticulture instructor (greenhouses) 3691

Carpenting instructor 3689

Handicrafts or occupational therapy instructor 3598

Offset duplicator operation instructor 3579

Maintenance worker instructor 3573

Furniture painting instructor 3562

Farm work instructor 3697

Bookbinding instructor 3546

Living unit worker 3577

Residence worker 3464, 3466

Labourer 6377

Groundskeeper and/or labourer 6376

Machinist (millwright) 6353

Master electrician 6356

Refrigeration machinery master mechanic 6366

Master plumber 6357

Millwright 6360

Garage mechanic 6380

Stationary engineer 6383

Refrigeration machinery mechanic 6352

Equipment adjustment mechanic 3263

Orthosis and/or prosthesis mechanic 3262, 3264

Carpenter 6364

General maintenance carpenter 6254

Education instructor 3687

Recreation instructor 3698, 3699

Rehabilitation instructor
(handcrafts or occupational therapy) 3471, 3472

Rehabilitation instructor (specialized trade) 3469

Cleaner 6407

Dishwashing machine operator 6307

Maintenance worker 6373, 6402

General caretaker 6388, 6408

Baker/pastry cook 6302

Painter 6362

Plasterer 6368

Plumber 6359

Porter 6344

Door attendant 6341, 6348

Beneficiary attendant (“A” certification) 3459

Laundry attendant 6321, 6421

Laundry-linen attendant 6221

Cafeteria attendant 6314

Mangle attendant 6333

Central monitoring security attendant 6412

Message centre attendant 3259

Watchover attendant (residential milieu) 3476

Daycare attendant 3269

Linen attendant 6332

Painting and maintenance attendant 6262

Security attendant 6238

Sterilization attendant 3481, 3482

Housekeeping attendant (light duty) 6335, 6403, 6435

Housekeeping attendant (heavy duty) 6334, 6404, 6434

Unit and/or pavilion attendant 3685

Milk laboratory attendant 3250

Therapeutic equipment attendant 3467, 3567

Restaurant attendant 6315

Transport attendant 3204

Physically handicapped beneficiaries transport attendant 6418

Elevator attendant 6347

Autopsy attendant 3203

Beneficiary attendant 3478, 3479

Home care beneficiary attendant 3474

Vegetable attendant 6306

Animal attendant 3241

Groundskeeper 6384

Groundskeeper and landscaping attendant 6416

Vehicles attendant 6350

Residence attendant 3578

Specialized ophthalmologic examinations attendant 3230

EEG attendant 3239

ECG attendant 3237

Attendant in a northern institution 3505

Inhalation therapy attendant 3209

Ophthalmology attendant 3208

Orthopedic attendant 3247

Physiotherapy and/or occupational therapy attendant 3223

Rehabilitation or industrial occupation attendant 3495, 3499

Resident attendant 3509

Operating room attendant 3449

Senior orthopedic attendant 3229

Presser 6325

Upholsterer 6382

Locksmith 6367

Welder 6361

Institutional guard 6410

Student supervision attendant 6413

Lifeguard 3679

Tailor and/or sewer 6225

Class “B” technician 3224, 3225

Food technician 6317

Senior rehabilitation therapist 3460

Neighbourhood or sector worker 3465

Glazier 6372
2003, c. 25, Sch. 2.

Office Personnel and Administrative Technicians and Professionals
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JOB TITLE NUMBER
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Buyer 5138, 5140

Information officer 1242

Information officer ­ Régie régionale 1243

Training officer 1533

Personnel officer 1101

Finance officer 1105

Data processing analyst 1103

Programmer-analyst 1113

Research clerk 5187

Archives assistant 5278, 5279

Library auxiliary 5289

Library technician 2265, 2266

Librarian 1206

Production coordinator 2106

Clerk 5128, 5129

Unit clerk ­ Institut Pinel 5102

Intermediate clerk 5113, 5114

Senior clerk 5109, 5110

Senior accounting clerk 5103, 5104

Institution counsellor 1106

Typist 5151, 5152

Storekeeper 5141, 5142

Messenger 5165, 5166

Messenger ­ Régie régionale 5229

Duplicator offset operator 5119, 5120, 5179

Data processing operator class 1 5100, 5108

Data processing operator class 2 5111, 5112

Braille production system operator 5130

Paymaster 5105, 5106

Reception attendant 3251

Admitting clerk 5271, 5272

Outpatient admitting clerk 5275

Audiovisual attendant 3245

Library attendant 5283

Reprography attendant 5135, 5136

Accounts receivable clerk 5143

Medical records attendant 5280

Storeroom attendant 5117, 5118

Data processing attendant 5121, 5126

Data programmer 2103, 2104

Receptionist 5161, 5162

Receptionist ­ Régie régionale 5171

Bookbinder 5345, 5346

Materials management officer 1246

Secretary 5155, 5156

Administrative secretary ­ Régie régionale 5154

Executive secretary 5144, 5145

Legal secretary 5148, 5168

Medical secretary 5147

Audiovisual specialist 1661

Communications specialist 1107

Administrative processes specialist 1109

Contributions technician 2102, 2105

Administrative technician 2100, 2101

Graphic arts technician 2333

Audiovisual technician 2256, 2258

Building service technician 2364, 2374

Communications technician 2275

Documentation technician 2355, 2365

Industrial electricity technician 2370

Electro-mechanic technician 2371

Electronics technician 2369

Mechanical fabrication technician 2377

Information systems technician 2113

Instrumentation and control technician 2379

Switchboard operator 5159

Switchboard operator ­ receptionist 5163, 5164
2003, c. 25, Sch. 3.
Schedule 4
Health and Social Services Technicians and Professionals
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JOB TITLE NUMBER
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Sanitary education officer 1704

Integration officer 2688

Hearing deficiencies training officer 1534

Behavioral officer 1559

Planning and programming officer 1108

Social services planning and programming officer 1853

Social and health planning and programming officer 1120

Planning, programming and research officer 1555

Programming officer 1562

Research officer 1556

Socio-economic research and planning officer 1110

Social and health research officer 1705

Human relations officer 1553

Educational techniques officer 1651

Social aide 2587, 2588

Community facilitator 2376

Pastoral facilitator 1552

Medical records archivist 2250, 2251

Medical records archivist (team leader) 2282

Pathology assistant 2203

Assistant head dietetics technician 2240

Assistant head medical electro-physiology technician 2236

Assistant head of archives 2242

Assistant head physiotherapist 1236

Assistant head medical technologist or
assistant head laboratory technician 2235

Administrative assistant head technologist 2230

Technical assistant head technologist 2229

Assistant head radiology technologist 2219

Audiologist or hearing therapist 1254

Audiologist-speech therapist or hearing,
speech, language and communication therapist 1204

Audio-prosthesist 2260

Lawyer 1114

Bacteriologist 1200

Biochemist 1202

Candidate admissible per equivalence (physiotherapy) 1238

Clinical teacher (physiotherapy) 1234

Head of module 2699

Work adaptability counsellor 1703

Nutrition counsellor (without internship) 1226

Maladjusted children counsellor 1543

Health promotion counsellor 1121

Vocational guidance counsellor or counsellor
in supportive relations 1701

Technical coordinator (laboratory) 2227

Technical coordinator (radiology) 2213

Medical electro-physiology technical coordinator 2276

Criminologist 1544

Cyto-technologist 2271

Professional dietician-nutritionist or
university graduate in dietetics 1223

Educator 2689, 2691, 2693

Physical educator 1228

Occupational therapist or therapist in
functional rehabilitation through activity 1230

Genagogist 1540

Dental hygienist or dental hygiene technician 2261

Occupational hygienist 1702

Medical illustrator 2253

Biomedical engineer 1205

Clinical instructor (laboratory) 2231

Clinical instructor (radiology and laboratory) 2215

Child care worker 1660

Community organizer 1551

Orthotist and/or prosthesist 2264

Ortho-pedagogist 1656

Speech therapist or speech, language and
communication therapist 1255

Orthoptist 2259

Pedagogue 1655, 1657

Medical photographer 2254

Physiotherapist or university graduate
functional rehabilitation therapist 1233

Psycho-educator or psycho-social
rehabilitation specialist 1652

Psycho-technician 2273, 2274

Psychologist or human behavior therapist 1546

Recreologist 1658

Psycho-motional re-educator 1662

Remuneration of some orthosis/prosthesis mechanics 2263

Living unit or rehabilitation supervisor 2694

Sociologist 1554

Sociotherapist — Institut Pinel 2697

Clinical activities specialist 1407

Social programs management specialist 1863

Low vision specialist 1558

Care evaluation specialist 1521

Orientation and mobility specialist 1557

Positioning specialist 1217

Biological and health physics science specialist 1207

Braille technician 2360

Social assistance technician 2585, 2586

Dietetics technician 2257

Specialized education technician 2690

Electro-encephalography technician 2241

Medical electro-physiology technician 2286

Electrodynamics technician 2373, 2378

Biomedical engineering technician 2367

Gerontology technician 2285

Hemodynamics technician 2272

Horticulture technician 2280

Industrial hygiene technician 2702

Recreation technician 2695, 2696, 2698

Orthosis-prosthesis technician 2362

Cardio-respiratory physiology technician 2270

Prevention technician 2368

Rehabilitation technician 2255

Psycho-social research technician 2584

Hemodynamics technologist 2278, 2279

Medical technologist or graduate medical
laboratory technician 2223

Nuclear medicine technologist 2208

Radio-diagnostic technologist 2205

Radiotherapy technologist 2207

Specialized radiology technologist 2212

Creativity therapist 1229

Art therapist 1259

Music therapist 1245

Community worker 2375

Professional social worker or social work officer 1550
2003, c. 25, Sch. 4.