Job Title: Communications and Development Coordinator
Position Type: Permanent Full-time
Hours: Monday – Friday 8:30am – 4:30pm (occasional evening and weekend work required)
Salary/Wage: $41,061- $54,034 per annum
Closing Date: Open until a suitable candidate is found.
CMHA-Edmonton is a non-profit organization that envisions mentally healthy people in caring communities. We increase awareness and understanding of mental health, mental illness, recovery, and suicide prevention through education. We support the resilience and recovery of people in distress including those affected by mental illness or suicide by providing crisis intervention; safe, long term and affordable housing; recovery college; suicide grief and family support; advocacy and wayfinding; and providing opportunities to improve your wellness.
Reporting to the Senior Director, Fund Development, the Communications and Development Coordinator is an integral part of CMHA-Edmonton’s fund development and communications team. This position crafts and delivers our message to the community, promoting the agency and mental health as a cause.
This role is an opportunity for the successful candidate to bring creativity to the role, reimagining our communications and marketing, contributing to securing funds for the organization, and promoting the cause of mental health in our community. The successful candidate will be a self-starter who can juggle multiple priorities and deadlines, work well with internal and external stakeholders, and create compelling messages and content that promote mental health for all.
CMHA-Edmonton recognizes that candidates all have different skills and experiences to offer. While we are highlighting desired qualifications in the following sections, it is not a checklist. We encourage everyone interested to apply and indicate how you would successfully take on the role even if you have unconventional experiences or qualifications.
CMHA values diversity and welcomes applications from First Nation, Inuit, Metis, New Canadian, racialized, differently abled and LGBTTQIA+ communities. We thank everyone for their interest and will only reply to those individuals who will be contacted for an interview.
Thank you for making mental health matter.
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