Thank you for your interest in joining the Central Community Health Centre Team.  The following opportunites are now available:

PROGRAM FACILITATOR- TEMPORARY P/T CONTRACT POSITION-16 HOURS/MONTH

RAINBOWS IN THE STORM

 Hours of Work:  Contract position:  16 hours per month, with possibility of being increased

Rainbows in the Storm

A program that offers a safe and supportive space, virtually and possibly in person, for members of the LGBTQ2S+ population (aged 12-18 and ae 19 and up) to engage socially with goal of greater social inclusion, with decreased feelings of isolation

 Job Description:

  •   The Program Facilitator is a key contact for clients, volunteers, community members, partners, funders and other key connections of CCHC who participate in and/or support the Rainbows in the Storm program.  As such, the Program Facilitator reflects the professional, compassionate and welcoming approach that CCHC advocates.
  •   The Program Facilitator demonstrates the Mission, Vision and Values of CCHC.
  •   The Program Facilitator works directly with the CEO or her designate, to ensure timely and effective administration of the Rainbows in the Storm program.
  •   The Program Facilitator acts as an advocate on behalf of CCHC’s target populations, promoting health equity for all.

Primary Responsibilities:

  •   Develops direction and materials for the Rainbows in the Storm program
  •   Prepares and plans group sessions
  •   Develops virtual participant orientation meetings
  •   Facilitates the program online, and possibly in person
  •   Documents qualitative, and potentially quantitative feedback from participants
  •   Provides support to participants as needed
  •   Assists in the promotion of the program
  •   Ensures all duties are performed in a safe manner; reporting any items and/or issues that need attention to supervisor and/or Joint Health & Safety Committee
  •   Participates on committee work as assigned by the CEO or her designate
  •    Performs other duties as may be assigned by the CEO or her designate

 Qualifications:

  •          2 to 3 years program facilitation experience with youth and adults, preferably in a social service setting; health care experience would be an asset
  •          Experience working with the LGBTQ2S+ community, and awareness of strengths and challenges that exist for the community
  •          Proficiency in the use of computers and various software applications and office equipment
  •          Experience with reporting software required by LHIN and MOHLTC would be  an asset
  •          Ability to work in a fast-paced environment, to maintain a professional attitude at all times, to respond in a positive way to demanding issues, and to project a welcoming, friendly personality
  •          A second language is an asset
  •          Experience working with clients who have experienced trauma preferred

Organizational Duties and Responsibilities:

  •          Works in a manner that promotes and maintains the reputation of the organization and minimizes risk of harm and/or liability to the organization
  •          Works in a manner that complies with the organization’s Human Resources Manual
  •          Contributes to the organization’s endeavours to collect, analyze and report data, and participate in research
  •          Contributes to the organization’s efforts to secure and maximize resources for current and new programs, services and activities
  •          Performs other duties that support the mission/mandate of the organization, as assigned by the Chief Executive Officer or her designate

Work Location: St. Thomas, Central Elgin, Southwold Township

Application Deadline:  November 9, 2020

Please submit resume and cover letter in confidence to:

info@centralchc.com    

Please note only those selected for an interview will be contacted.  No phone calls please.

 CCHC is committed to fulfilling its obligation to employees in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code, the Human Rights Act of Canada, and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005, and the Employment Standards Act of Ontario.