Part Time Contract
The Central LHIN has recently received funding to implement Integrated Health Service Plan priorities. One of the priority areas is mental health and addictions. Within this priority, there is a need to increase cultural competency of Health Service Providers to improve access for ethno-racial communities to services in the Central LHIN. A project has been identified to address this issue. The project focuses on supporting up to 33 mental health and addictions service providers that are funded by the Central LHIN to apply a self-assessment tool on diversity, participate in educational and peer mentorship activities and begin to embed cultural competency into their agency. The self-assessment tool, called the Diversity Lens, is a checklist and a framework to help remove systemic barriers and develop more inclusive policies and procedures within agencies.
We are seeking data entry support for this project. Specifically, we are seeking support to capture data gathered from the implementation of the Diversity Lens in all 33 mental health and addictions agencies in the Central LHIN.
- Receive and register all completed Diversity Lens tools.
- Enter and verify data in appropriate formats.
- Track and verify accuracy and completeness of data entry.
- Work with Project Coordinator and Researcher to resolve any problems with data and data entry.
- Graduate level understanding of qualitative and quantitative research methodologies
- Experience with data entry using various statistical software (e.g. SPSS) and/or Advanced Excel
- Keyboard efficient
- Ability to complete the work within the timeline indicated
Timeline for work: June - August 30, 2008. Up to 250 hours
Salary: $17 per/hour
Please submit resumes by Wednesday, May 28, 2008 to
Canadian Mental Health Association Toronto
700 Lawrence Avenue West, Suite 480
Toronto, ON M6A 3B4
Fax (416) 789-9079
No telephone inquiries please. CMHA thanks all applicants in advance. Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
The Canadian Mental Health Association is an equal opportunity employer.
[Source: Health Equity Council list, http://healthequitycouncil.ca/dev/content/view/32/44/]