Program Associate Knowledge Mobilization Ontario Centre Excellence For Child And Youth Mental Health Jobs Vacancy in Cheo
- Program Associate Knowledge Mobilization Ontario Centre Excellence For Child And Youth Mental Health
- 15 Nov, 2018 25 days ago
Cheo urgently required following position for Program Associate Knowledge Mobilization Ontario Centre Excellence For Child And Youth Mental Health. Please read this job advertisement carefully before apply. There are some qualifications, experience and skills requirement that the employers require. Does your career history fit these requirements? Ensure you understand the role you are applying for and that it is suited to your skills and qualifications.
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Program Associate Knowledge Mobilization Ontario Centre Excellence For Child And Youth Mental Health Jobs Vacancy in Cheo Jobs Details:
The Program Associate serves as a provincial resource to gather, share and use knowledge to strengthen child and youth mental health care. The Program Associate has expertise in knowledge translation/mobilization, and education and training relevant to the field of child and youth mental health, evidence-informed practices and their application in the field. The Program Associate has specific training and skills related to the development of learning tools/resources and other knowledge products. The Program Associate is able to build and sustain relationships with stakeholders (i.e., direct service providers and leaders in the field of child and youth mental health) and is skilled in project management and coordination. The Program Associate will understand concepts related to adult learning, and will have solid skills in knowledge translation/mobilization, program coordination, research, writing and developing learning products for a diverse audience.
- Use skills in knowledge translation/mobilization to contribute to the development of Centre knowledge products; manage timelines and deliverables related to Centre products and other projects as assigned
- Conduct environmental scans and prepare reports on current evidence in the field of child and youth mental health;
- Liaise with internal and external experts to support the development of knowledge products;
- When required, provide research advice and support to Centre staff, consultants, clinicians and researchers involved in this and other Centre projects;
- Engage in active knowledge mobilization through the building, support, and participation of partnerships and networks to ensure evidence-informed practice in stakeholder agencies;
- Assist in training and supporting students and research assistants (e.g., provide mentorship, coaching and peer –to-peer support);
- Along with relevant Centre staff, assist service providers, agencies or communities in building capacity for implementing and evaluating evidence-informed programs;
- Establish and maintain relationships and networks among various stakeholders;
- Participate in the development, implementation and evaluation of Centre projects, as appropriate;
- Support the Centre’s internal evaluation activities and performance indicators;
- Create and maintain research and data files;
- Assist in the preparation of publications, posters and presentations;
- Attend general staff meetings and participate in project teams as assigned;
- Represent the Centre at external meetings or community presentations;
- Travel throughout the province to fulfill the above tasks; and
- Perform other related duties as assigned.
- Masters degree in a social science field and/or equivalent of education and experience (Essential)
- A minimum of two (2) years of experience in child and youth mental health research/writing (Preferred)
- Demonstrated skills and experience in knowledge translation/exchange/mobilization (Essential)
- Solid understanding of adult learning principles (Essential)
- Demonstrated skills in project management and project coordination (Essential)
- Demonstrated skills and experience in building and maintaining relationships with multiple stakeholders (Preferred)
- Demonstrated ability to work in a multi-disciplinary environment (Essential)
- Demonstrated ability to show initiative and problem-solving skills (Essential)
- Superior ability to communicate effectively and concisely, both orally and in writing (Essential)
- Proven time management skills (Essential)
- Experience with computer software and technology (e.g., MS Office, SPSS, NVIVO) (Essential)
- Police Record Check (PRC) (Essential)
- Bilingualism (Preferred)
OFHCW - * Please note you will be represented by the Ontario Federation Healthcare Workers – Laborers International Union of North America , (OFHCW-LiUNA).
Should the applicant require any accommodations during the application process please notify Human Resources as per the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act.Extra Information: