CHHA is looking to hire a part-time program assistant: Interested?

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The Canadian Hard of Hearing Association is looking for a part-time program assistant for a three-year project taking place at the National Office in Ottawa, Ontario.

Position: Project Assistant
Location: Ottawa, ON
Position Status: Three-Year Contract, Part-Time, 25 hours per-week
Salary:  $30,000/year
Reports to: Manager, Accessibility Projects & Communications
Part-Time Job Posting – Full Details

ABOUT CANADIAN HARD OF HEARING ASSOCIATION

The Canadian Hard of Hearing Association (CHHA) is the leading consumer advocacy organization representing the needs of the nearly 4-million Canadians living with hearing loss. With a network from coast-to-coast-to-coast, CHHA works cooperatively with professionals, service providers, governments, and others to provide life enhancing information, support, and advocacy.

Established in 1982, CHHA has a global reputation in developing and delivering a wide range of initiatives that have challenged the status quo when working with people with hearing loss. We are sought after to provide comments and feedback on various policy initiatives, identify best practices, develop, and test technology, programs and services. Our initiatives have advanced the quality of life for people living with hearing loss.

Work Environment:

  • The office is in an accessible downtown Ottawa location.
  • Many meetings require communication strategies, communication access
    support, and patience to connect with those with hearing loss effectively.
  • Some travel is required.

CLOSING DATE: September 15, 2020

Email Resume To: gmosher@chha.ca
Subject Line: Competition #2020-PA

Note: This project is to develop leadership skills for youth with disabilities. Funding for this project requires that CHHA hire a youth (individual between the age of 18-35) with a disability, specifically a youth who is hard of hearing. Successful Candidates are required to commit to a 3-year contract to fulfill the funding requirements for this project.

Please email your resume as either a PDF or MS Word attachment. Remember to put the competition number in the subject line (see Full Job Posting).

Thank you for your application

In accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), CHHA will provide accommodation, accessible formats and communication supports for the interview upon request.