This page lists current employment opportunities with CMHA SK – Canadian Mental Health Association, Saskatchewan Division.
See below for current job openings at the provincial office (located in Regina, with program positions located in many communities like Saskatoon, North Battleford, and Prince Albert), as well as other local branches of the Canadian Mental Health Association in Saskatchewan:
Updated October 30th, 2019
Gambling Awareness Program – REGINA
(TEMPORARY – December 2019 – December 2020)
GAP Community Development Coordinator
This is a temporary full-time position based in Regina with responsibilities in the assigned southern service area. Significant travel is involved, with some travel outside the service area to attend meetings or province-wide initiatives.
Looking for interesting work that offers flexibility and a range of perks that put smiles on the faces of our staff? Excellent benefit program, paid mental health days, earned days off, and professional development opportunities are some of the good things our staff enjoys. If you like getting in your car and traveling the Saskatchewan highways, then consider joining CMHA’s progressive Gambling Awareness Program team.
You will be part of a small, fun and dynamic team that works collaboratively with the Saskatchewan Ministry of Health to deliver the public education and community development components of the province’s Problem Gambling Program.
As a Community Development Coordinator you are responsible for outreach, resource distribution and partnership development for a specified service area. A large part of the position includes presentations and workshops to groups that include schools, post-secondary institutions, business groups, service clubs, human service agencies, among others.
Consider joining our exciting team if you:
- Have a strong background in public education and community development
- Have knowledge of gambling and problem gambling issues
- Possess a university degree in the social sciences, social work, certificate in the addictions field or mental health field and/or relatable experience.
- Can demonstrate superlative organizational and time management skills, as well as be a self-starter
You must be able to work flexible hours with a minimum of supervision. As significant travel throughout the service area is involved, a valid driver’s license is required. A clean Criminal Record Check is also required.
While we thank all applicants for their interest, only candidates short-listed for the position will be contacted.
Salary/wage range: $3,500.00 – $4,160.00 per month ($23.08 – $27.43 per hour) SGEU Collective Agreement
Please submit your resume in confidence by 5 pm, Wednesday, November 13th, 2019 to:
Attn: Phyllis O’Connor, Executive Director
Canadian Mental Health Association (Saskatchewan Division) Inc.
2702 – 12th Avenue, Regina SK S4T 1J2 Fax (306) 569-3788
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