Community Organizational Health (COHI) is a provincial not-for-profit
organization which promotes quality improvement in the not-for-profit
sector. COHI is responsible for implementation of the Building
Healthier Organizations (BHO) accreditation program. COHI is
currently seeking a full-time Manager of Organizational Support to
manage BHO accreditation reviews and member education. The
Manager of Organizational Support will also be a team leader on BHO
Duties and Responsibilities
- Lead teams of peer reviewers on selected BHO reviews.
- Provide support to member organizations preparing for BHO reviews.
- Implement a Good Practices Bank on the COHI website to share
policies, procedures, tools, stories of innovation and excellence so
that members and other not-for-profits benefit from the information
collected via BHO reviews.
- Manage the COHI website to ensure it is current and responds to members' needs for information.
- Implement mechanisms for communicating to members key learnings
resulting from the BHO program including areas of growth, innovations
and areas of excellence so that stakeholders can benefit from this
- Develop resources for members to support sector-wide learning in areas identified via BHO as problematic.
- Work with technical consultants to manage the BHO database
including ensuring needed improvements to the database, coordinating
training of members in use of the database and responding to requests
- Provide member education/orientation workshops as requested
The ideal candidate will possess
- A graduate degree from a recognized university in a relevant
discipline or combination of an undergraduate degree with significant
- Three to five years experience with progressive responsibility in health, social services or a related setting.
- The ability to communicate effectively with not-for-profit boards, management, staff, and volunteers.
- Exceptional communication (both written and verbal), interpersonal and leadership skills.
- Knowledge of and experience with accreditation and/or evaluation programs.
- Good analysis and problem solving skills.
- Highly developed project management skills including the use of appropriate project tracking tools.
- The ability to work independently and reliably with a minimum of supervision.
- Proficiency in the use of computers and various software applications (e.g., Word, Access, MS Project, Excel).
- Bilingualism (French/English) a definite asset.
Salary range: $61,420 to $74,000 plus excellent benefit package
Please send letter of application detailing how your qualifications fit
the position and a resume by Monday, August 14, 2006, to
Community Organizational Health
Suite 305, 1 Eva Road
Toronto, ON, M9C 4Z5
Fax: (416) 239-5074
We thank all candidates who apply but only those interviewed will be contacted.