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Manager, Network and Community Social Health - COLLECTIVE COMMUNITY SERVICES

Sep 21, 2020
Montreal, Quebec
Entry Level, Early Career

For over 87 years, CCS has served Montreal as a not-for-profit social agency and is one of the founding members of Centraide Montreal. CCS improves the quality of life of individuals by significantly reducing isolation and effectively supporting those living in poverty, primarily within the English speaking community of Greater Montreal.  These include: • Children • Youth • Families

Position Vacancy

JOB TITLE:                                         Manager, Network and Community Social Health

Reports to:                                         CEO or assign

POSITION OBJECTIVES:  To manage and grow a network of community organisations, and coordinate and promote programs that benefit the social health of English speaking communities.


  1. Grow and administer the existing network of Montreal community organisations, conducting 4 conferences per year.
  2. Create detailed annual plans/ goals for this network development to justify $ allocations by key funder.
  3. Deliver quarterly progress reports of actual activities with network compared to plan.
  4. Represent the community network to local government and gain awareness of community priorities at local municipal and provincial interest group meetings.
  5. Conduct 3 annual events that promote English public access to government health services
  6. Coordinate campaigns on health promotion and disease prevention.
  7. Host 4 annual webinars (content delivered by subject matter experts) on health promotion.
  8. Conduct and report on opinion and satisfaction surveys among event participants.
  9. Lead a small team of coordinators working on related projects.

WORK SCHEDULE:           Full time, 1 year renewable Contract with 5 year projection, Management role

Start Date:                          August 2020


  • Bachelor degree in relevant area.
  • Experience in management, networking, planning and administration of community, special needs or educational programs and events  - with writing and fund application skills.
  • Familiarity with the Education and Health and Social Services systems in Quebec.
  • Valid driver’s licence and computer/social media proficiency
  • Bilingual preferred

Interested applicants should forward their C.V. and letter of interest by closing date of 14 August 2020.

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