CMHA is a great place to work! We have a positive and fair workplace culture, where staff are provided with opportunities for learning and advancement. We are also big believers in wellness and work-life balance.
If you care about mental illness and mental health and you have the right skills, then CMHA may be the place for you.
CMHA BC is looking for an experienced program manager to take on this strategic leadership position providing overall management of the protocol driven, evidence based Confident Parents: Thriving Kids - Behaviour Program. The Program Manager ensures that the program is successfully meeting its mandate, while overseeing staff, operations and future program growth, while fostering relationships with the Ministry of Children and Family Development and other key stakeholders. Please see the job description for details. Apply by February 5.
CMHA BC has an opening for a Special Projects and Engagement Coordinator, BounceBack® role. Reporting to the National Manager, you will provide overall coordination for special projects and stakeholder and community engagement of the evidence-based flagship initiative, BounceBack®: Reclaim Your Health. This intervention is delivered by community coaches who support participants to use cognitive-behavioural-therapy (CBT)-based self-management materials to address depression, anxiety and stress in youth and adults. The role will co-design, co-develop, deliver and evaluate projects related to quality assurance, promotion, and engagement. The role will be responsible for supporting the BC program, but special projects may include work with other members of the CMHA federation in provincial expansions. Apply by February 1.
CMHA BC is looking for an energetic, creative and innovative individual to fill our National Manager, Bounce Back role during a maternity leave with an anticipated end date of November 15, 2021. In this position, you will provide overall management of the evidence-based flagship initiative, BounceBack®: Reclaim Your Health, including quality assurance and improved access to target populations. This intervention is delivered by community coaches who support participants to use cognitive-behavioural-therapy (CBT)-based self-management materials to address depression, anxiety and stress in youth and adults. The role has primary responsibility for BC operations but also plays a significant role in supporting other members of the CMHA federation in nation-wide expansion. Apply by January 22.