Stigma-Free Society Opportunity – Part-Time Community Development Officer

Stigma-Free Society Employment Job Description

Position: Community Development Manager (CDM) Victoria, BC

Annual Salary: $30,000 gross salary annually

Job Application deadline: September 15th, 2019

Community Development Officer Duties:

  • Act in a leadership role by encouraging and meeting with the Stigma-Free Society’s four program staff members under the direction of the Society’s President;
  • Work as part of the Stigma-Free Task Force remotely and provide perspective and feedback to Society programs on monthly evening calls;
  • Act in an administration role as necessary for the effective operations of the Society;
  • Build on existing community partnerships via in-person and phone meetings and strive to develop new public/private sector relationships by establishing and following up on Stigma-Free Zone programs in schools, businesses/orgs and geographical areas;
  • Promote and market the new Stigma-Free Zone Online Program across Canada in schools remotely from Victoria, BC;
  • Design and execute successful fundraising and awareness events in Victoria managing numerous volunteers and logistics;
  • Design and conduct presentations in a format that is outlined and approved by the President to community organizations and schools as needed;
  • Assist families and individuals to seek out appropriate resources for mental health care;
  • Work effectively with the Executive Assistant/Program Coordinator and additional Society staff in a Non-Managerial position;
  • Network at events and represent the Society and attend meetings on behalf of the President upon request;
  • Assist with the delivery of the Stigma-Free Society’s Children’s Mental Health Program by offering presentations in schools and to the community and assisting in the recruitment of presentations;
  • Assist with items such as the Society newsletter, website, traditional media and advertisements upon request;
  • Be very flexible and open to conducting tasks that are not identified in the Community Development Manager’s job description that allows for adaptability, versatility and assistance to the President;
  • Possess basic computer software experience: Outlook, Excel, Power Point

Employee Qualifications, Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:

  • Highly organized and able to balance multiple priorities while maintaining high degree of professionalism and strong attention to detail;
  • Ability to communicate information effectively and concisely to various audiences verbally and in writing;
  • Ability to make sound recommendations and decisions based on own analysis;
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision;
  • Ability to use a variety of computer applications, including word processing, spread sheets, and presentation software.
  • Adequate knowledge and understanding about mental health issues, local/provincial resources and how to address stigma related social issues;
  • Experience working with community members with diverse backgrounds;
  • Possess excellent presentation and communications abilities;
  • Ability to market Society programs acting as a Society representative with various stakeholders in schools and the community;
  • Receive feedback and take direction in a positive and effective manner;
  • Prefer a certificate or diploma in mental health, community service worker, or related field.
  • Prefer candidates who have worked with youth aged grades 4-7.

Additional Notes:

  • Gas Mileage is the responsibility of the employee and the Society does not provide remuneration.
  • The employee must have access to a vehicle.
  • The employee must utilize their own laptop computer and Office Suite 2018 may be provided by the Society if necessary.
  • Employment Conditions: (3-month review with conditions as set out as per the BC Standards Act) Performance reviews and future consideration of an increase in salary are at the discretion of the President.
  • Health Benefits: The Society will provide basic medical insurance upon a 3-month approval of a probationary period as determined by the President.
  • Work hours are 20 hours per week. M-F 10-2pm. Hours may be slightly flexible upon a request to the President.

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