Employment - Community Collaborator, Communities and Healthy Aging (Glace Bay)

Community Collaborator, Communities and Healthy Aging (Glace Bay)

Cape Breton University

Part-Time Temporary

Weekdays

Description
PURPOSE:
Reporting to the Associate Dean, Research and Graduate Studies , the Community
Collaborator will work closely with the Project Manager and Assistant, Communities and
Healthy Aging to coordinate all aspects of programming in their community.

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Coordinate & attend bi-weekly programs
  • Ensure program facilitators, venues, and equipment are scheduled in accordance
  • with program plans
  • Be a point of contact for program participants
  • Work closely with Project Manager to ensure program assessment tools are
  • completed in an organized and timely manner
  • Promote program opportunities within your community in collaboration with local
  • organizations
  • Actively engage and educate community members on the risks of dementia and
  • early intervention opportunities
  • Other duties as assigned by the Associate Dean, Research and Graduate Studies
Requirements
QUALIFICATIONS and SKILLS:
  • Undergraduate Degree (Community Studies or related field)
  • 1-2 years related experience leading or working with community programs
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Knowledge of existing programs and services within the community
  • Willingness to attend training opportunities provided by employer
  • Familiarity with Microsoft 365 (Office)
  • Lived experience and/ or knowledge of the risk factors associated with dementia considered an asset
  • Cultural and Community knowledge considered an asset
How To Apply

Cape Breton University will be accepting applications for this opportunity via their Human Resource Information System (HRIS), or other external site. Please follow the link and the instructions below carefully. Failure to do so may result in disqualification.

Apply here

Intended Audience

This employment opportunity is open for: Canadian citizens, permanent residents, and temporary residents who are able to work for any employer in Canada (study permit, open work permit holders).

Only applicants who are authorized to work in Canada will be considered.

Location Information
Community
Sydney
County
Cape Breton Regional Municipality
Province
Nova Scotia
Country
Canada
Opportunity Information
Employer
Cape Breton University
NOC Code
Experience Required
An Asset
Available Openings
Pay Type
To be Determined
Pay Period
Bi-Weekly
Remuneration Per Pay Period
Estimated Weekly Hours
Start Date
End Date
Language
English
Language Proficiency Level
Posted on
February 16th 2024
Expires
April 20th 2024