Reporting to the Operations Manager with oversight from the Executive Director, the Administrative Coordinator is responsible for handling the clerical and administrative duties of the association. The Administrative Coordinator will support the Financial Officer and Operations Manager to ensure the smooth operation of the organization including acting as primary phone and email contact, maintaining the digital and physical office files, board, executive & committee support, managing the large membership and volunteer base, providing administrative support to multiple on-going and up-coming projects, coordinating events, and basic website and social media posting and maintenance.
The ideal candidate will be confident in a dynamic environment with multiple project and duties, be a professional communicator, detail oriented, flexible, solutions-focused and able to work independently. A valid divers license and access to a personal vehicle is required to complete duties in town and occasional travel out of town for PHABC engagements. The position is located in Victoria, BC.
The Public Health Association of BC (PHABC) is a voluntary, non-profit charity (est. 1953) that promotes and protects public health by actively working to advance the development and implementation of healthy public policy, by encouraging and facilitating research that supports public health and cooperating regionally, nationally and internationally with partner organizations. Its national linkages enable the PHABC to participate in dialogue and action on matters of interest across Canada. The PHABC has a long track record of fiscal and administrative stability and considerable experience with community development, continuing education, initiatives addressing the determinants of health and project planning, implementation, assessment and evaluation. PHABC has partnered with the federal and provincial governments to carry out significant knowledge development and exchange projects.
PHABC maintains a number of provincial programs including I Boost Immunity, Farm to School BC, Immunize BC, Can You Dig It, BC Coalition for Healthy School Food – BC Chapter and Kids Boost Immunity, now a national program with a pilot recently developed in Scotland and interest from other countries.
Qualifications & Required Skills
This is a 1.0 FTE position, valued at forty (40) hours per week at a rate of $24.72 per hour and including three (3) week’s paid vacation. The selected candidate will be offered permanent employment including extended health & dental benefits, sick leave, and access to the association’s pension plan (in development) following a successful probationary period of ninety (90) days.
PHABC is an equal opportunity organization and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for this position without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, or age.
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