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Mental Health and the Workplace E-content Developer, Canadian Mental Health Association

Full-time 12 Month Contract/secondment

The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), Ontario Division is a volunteer-led, professionally- managed charitable organization with a community focus dealing with all aspects of mental health and mental illness. CMHA, Ontario Division services a wide variety of audiences and customers through its services.

CMHA, Ontario Division has received funding to develop a web-based resource on mental health and work. This project involves the development of a content rich web site that will provide information to a range of audiences, including employers, employees, human resource professionals, consumers, service providers, and unions. It will provide information about how to recognize and deal effectively with mental health problems in the workplace, how to foster mental health in the workplace, and how to accommodate people who are dealing with mental health problems to enable them to work or return to work. The project will include the development of interactive components to share best practices and employment experiences.

We are seeking an experienced, highly strategic thinker with strong leadership skills, excellent written and verbal communication skills with proven years work experience as a researcher/writer on mental health issues, experience writing for diverse audiences for the Internet, strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work cooperatively with staff at all levels, ability to exercise sound judgment and flexibility; demonstrated ability to work in a planned and orderly manner and to meet deadlines, and the ability to work independently. Experience and training in project management preferred. University degree (BA, BSc.), college diploma or related work experience and graduate degree (MSW, MA, MHA, MLS) assets.

Must be a hands-on individual proficient in Microsoft Office software including Outlook, Word, and desktop publishing software in a Windows environment. Requires excellent writing, editing, presentation, organizational and problem-solving skills, and be flexible with a team-oriented attitude.

Please submit resumes no later January 31, 2002 to

Director, Human Resources

Canadian Mental Health Association, Ontario Division

180 Dundas Street West, Suite 2301

Toronto, Ontario M5G 1Z8

Fax: (416) 977-2264

The Canadian Mental Health Association, Ontario Division, is dedicated to Employment Equity.