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.
CURRENT JOB OPPORTUNITIES
INTERNAL to CMHA BCGEU Members only
There are no external positions at this time.
Department: Development and Communications
Reports to: Manager of Development and Communications
Bargaining Unit: BCGEU
Classification: Grid 5
Wage: $24.00 – $26.26/hr. (Effective April 1, 2021)
Status: Regular, Full-time 36 hrs./week
Internal Job Posting Date: February 25, 2021
Internal Job Posting End Date: March 11, 2021
Start Date TBD
Under the direction of the Manager of Development and Communications, the Fund Development Administrator provides a variety of administrative support functions such as word processing, drafting and proof-reading development materials, database maintenance, donor stewardship, and grant management.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Maintain confidential hard copy and electronic donor records using eTapestry database software including pending, active and prospective grants
• Acknowledge receipt of correspondence and documentation and draft preliminary versions of correspondence including proposals and thank you letters to be signed by the Department Manager or relevant staff
• Manage donor stewardship cycles and timely gift acknowledgement through letters, emails, phone calls
• Assist in preparing and formatting donor-centred reports and documents using a variety of software programs including, but not limited to, including Word, eTapestry, Mail Chimp and Canva
• Manage segmented mailing lists, and coordinate mail and email campaigns
• Conduct prospect and donor research, including grantors, individuals, corporations, foundations, and government agencies to identify funding opportunities
• Analyze and compile fundraising data and prepare monthly and periodic reports on a variety of fundraising metrics
Department: 24th Avenue Facility
Reports to: Team Lead
Bargaining Unit: BCGEU
Classification: Grid 21
Status: Regular, Part-time, 4 on 4 off Days (Nights)
Wage Range: $22.38 – $24.47/hr.
Job Posting Date: February 25, 2021
Internal Job Posting End Date: March 4 , 2021
Start Date: April 17, 2021
The Residential Mental Health Worker works as a member of an integrated team to provide structured support services to residents. Monitors residents in accordance with established treatment plans and/or care plan; observes resident’s behaviours and symptoms, documents observations in accordance with standard procedures and or providing verbal reports on changes in the resident’s appearance, behavior, and /or health. Provides support to clients in the development and maintenance of life skills. Demonstrates and models appropriate behaviours and provides support in problem solving and decision making. Assists residents with activities of daily living and participates in activities to support skill development.
General Duties and Responsibilities
•Participates in care planning with clients and Residential Facility Team Lead and other team Performs dutiessuch as reporting observations of client function, mental health status, needs and progress as well as the individual’s preferences, level of acceptance/resistance to services and supports.
•Assist residents in orientation to the residence and community.
•In accordance with established care plans provides education and support to the clients in restoring anddeveloping activities of daily living skills and participates in activities to support skill development
•Safe administration of medication in accordance with the treatment objectives and/or care plans andestablished policies and procedures.
•Observes and reports any concerns or side effect around medication to Residential Facility Nurse.
•Provides support with practical day to day problem solving for individuals who experience severe challenges indaily living as a result of their mental illness and/or substance use disorder.
•Recognizes and deals with potential emergency situations such as residents’ aggressive behavior to ensure noharm comes to the resident or the public. Reports problems to the Residential Facility Team Lead.