Job Posting 92841

Knowledge Broker, Ontario Hepatitis C Program
Work From Home - Ontario
closes in 7 days (Fri, 31 Mar)
full time  •  $60,000 - $65,000

Job Responsibility #1: Leads the coordination and implementation of customized capacity building and knowledge exchange activities for the Ontario Hepatitis C Teams Network (35%) 

1.Coordinates and implements customized capacity building and knowledge exchange activities for the Ontario Hepatitis C Teams Network.

  • Leads the planning, implementation and evaluation of virtual and in-person activities for the Hepatitis C Teams Network (including workshops, online learning, presentations and coordinating external trainings).
  • Leads the delivery of online and in-person network events, including presenting, facilitating and providing technical support.
  • Collaborates with external speakers, Ontario Hepatitis C Teams Network members, and other CATIE staff to plan and deliver activities.  

2.Maintains a centralized coordination and secretariat function to support the Ontario Hepatitis C Teams network.   

  • Leads consultations and engagement to identify the hepatitis C and harm reduction capacity building and network needs of the Hepatitis C Teams. 
  • Coordinates communication to the Ontario Hepatitis C Teams Network, including overseeing the public-facing website, online discussion group, and email announcements. 
  • Maintains the contact list for the Ontario Hepatitis C Teams Network, and acts as the main point of contact for questions, inquiries or requests.  
  • Supports coordination and communication with the key stakeholders engaged in the work with the Ontario Hepatitis C Teams Network 

Job Responsibility #2:  Coordinates and implements broader knowledge exchange and capacity building activities as part of CATIE’s Ontario hepatitis C knowledge broker function (30%)  

1. Facilitates collaboration and coordination with key provincial stakeholders across the provincial system responding to Hepatitis C. 

  • Maintains relationships with provincial hepatitis C clinical and community stakeholders and partners. 
  • Supports coordination, communication and overall collaboration with stakeholders as part of Ontario hepatitis C initiatives.  
  • Provides content expertise in the areas of hepatitis C, knowledge exchange and community engagement for provincial initiatives.  

2. Coordinates and implements capacity building activities in collaboration with provincial stakeholders for a variety of audiences in hepatitis C and related areas  

  • Organizes virtual or in-person events (e.g., webinars, educational events, dialogues) for primarily frontline hepatitis C service providers or program planners.  
  • Public speaking as a presenter or facilitator at both virtual and in-person events  
  • Produces capacity building materials including planning documents, educational materials and presentations.  

Job Responsibility #3: Supports the uptake of hepatitis C knowledge within the organization and with external stakeholders (20%)

  1. Shares knowledge of emerging hepatitis C trends, practices or issues in Ontario within CATIE as needed to inform work by other teams.  
  2. Collaborates with internal and external stakeholders to assess new developments and plan knowledge exchange activities to share relevant learnings with Ontario staekholders. 
  3. Supports the development of other CATIE-created knowledge products in writing, reviewer, advisor or other roles as requested.   

Job Responsibility #4: Supports the coordination and implementation of harm reduction knowledge exchange and capacity building activities to support a network of harm reduction outreach workers (15%) 

  1. Work closely with the Ontario CATIE team to support the consultation, collaboration and engagement of a separate network of harm reduction workers. 
  2. Works with Ontario CATIE team to support the coordination and implementation of harm reduction knowledge exchange and capacity building activities, including virtual and in-person events (meetings, online learning, webinars) 

 Knowledge and Skills Required

  1. Graduate level education and experience in health sciences, public health, adult education or a related discipline. 
  2. An understanding of frontline, community health practice. Experience working in frontline hepatitis C, harm reduction or related programs is an asset.
  3. Understanding of the knowledge exchange process and principles.
  4. Research skills and experience in identifying, gathering, evaluating, interpreting and synthesizing information from external sources, particularly scientific and medical journals, online databases and grey literature.
  5. Demonstrated ability to design and execute creative, engaging, and useful virtual and in-person educational and capacity building initiatives. 
  6. Superior writing and editing skills with the ability to explain complex information using clear and simple language.
  7. Superior verbal communication skills, including the ability to communicate in an empathetic manner using clear language and presentation and group facilitation skills.
  8. Understanding of health equity, social justice and harm reduction principles. 
  9. Excellent project management skills and experience.
  10. Demonstrated ability to work independently, to set priorities and work schedules to meet deadlines, and the ability to be tactful, discreet and sensitive to confidential matters.
  11. Knowledge of CATIE’s mandate, program direction and service philosophy.
  12. Ability and willingness to work occasional weekend and evening hours.
  13. Ability and willingness to travel within Ontario up to three times per year to a maximum of 10 business days.
  14. Ability to work flexibly and take on a variety of tasks as a member of a small team.
  15. Knowledge of CATIE’s mandate, program direction and service philosophy to support development and implementation of program management.
  16. Proficiency in spoken and written English required.
  17. Proficiency working in a virtual setting, including using Microsoft Office programs, Microsoft SharePoint, and videoconferencing software.

Benefits of Working with CATIE

CATIE offers:

  • Flexible work arrangement and the ability to work anywhere within Canada
  • A diverse, inclusive, and supportive team
  • Generous leave entitlement
  • Benefits that include extended health, dental, and life insurance
  • Pension plan

Our team includes people from diverse cultural, ethnic and linguistic backgrounds. Although we are proud to offer all of our activities in French and English, internal communications are mostly in English.


CATIE is committed to employment equity and encourages applications from Black, Indigenous and racialized people, people of all gender identities and sexual orientations, and people with disabilities. CATIE also recognizes the need for experience, knowledge and guidance from communities disproportionately affected by HIV and hepatitis C, including people living with HIV or with current or lived experience of hepatitis C or substance use.


HIV and hepatitis C disproportionately affect many racialized communities, yet these communities are underrepresented in paid staff positions of many HIV and hepatitis C organizations, including CATIE. We are working to change this by prioritizing anti-racism in our work and our operations, and striving to create a diverse, equitable and inclusive environment for racialized people to work and thrive.


Interested applicants should visit our website at   

E-mail applications preferred. No phone calls, please. We thank you for your interest, however, only those applicants to be interviewed will be contacted.


Deadline for applications: Friday, March 31, 2023



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