Term: full time position
Start date: August 2015
Closing Date: July 22, 2015
Health Nexus provides a range of services that support individuals, organizations and communities to strengthen their capacity to promote health and build healthy and thriving communities. Our areas of focus include: early child development, chronic disease prevention and health equity (inclusion).
**This job advertisement is posted by Association of Ontario Health Centres (AOHC) on behalf of Addictions and Mental Health Ontario (AMHO). The successful candidate will be hired as an employee of AMHO and will have no employment relationship with AOHC**
Research Policy Analysts
Two (2) positions available:
One (1) Full-Time, Two (2) Year Fixed Term Employee Contract
One (1) Full-Time, One (1) Year Fixed Term Employee Contract with Possible Renewal
The Region of Durham, dedicated to maintaining outstanding standards of service, relies on the expertise and commitment of our employees. If you seek a career with growth and challenge, where quality and accountability work in tandem with integrity and a responsiveness to change, we welcome you to learn more about us.
Assistant Manager, Chronic Disease Prevention Program
Salary: $90,477 to $113,096 per annum
One (1) Full-Time Position
Location: Toronto Office (Downtown) – Some travel in Ontario may be required
The Ontario Public Health Association (OPHA, http://www.opha.on.ca) is a not-for-profit member-based organization that is focused on advancing public health within the Province of Ontario and has played a key public health leadership role for over 65 years.
Public Interest is a thriving community development and communications firm based in Toronto since 2002. We specialize in reaching out to diverse communities facing challenges and supporting their efforts to address priority issues. We work with communities to support organizing, planning and implementation of complex community-based initiatives. Our work includes community revitalization projects, community mobilization work, service planning and innovative environmental initiatives.
Hamilton Urban Core provides a wide range of primary health care services and programs for individuals and families with a focus on the inner city. Working as part of a dynamic multi-disciplinary team, the Office Administrator is responsible for developing and/or maintaining efficient office systems and practices and ensuring the overall quality, efficiency and effectiveness of the Centre’s administrative infrastructure.