Psychosociale (PSR/RPS) Canada
Rehabiliation/Réadaptation Psychosociale Canada is a national
organization with a membership of individuals and organizations
dedicated to the advancement of the principles of psychosocial
organization is seeking an individual who will provide part-time
administrative support (20 hours per week) to assist the volunteer
Board of Directors. The corporate office is located in Regina
Saskatchewan however the position may be located anywhere in Canada.
The majority of the work is to be done through electronic means and
the general direction of the Board of Directors, and reporting to the
President/Chair, this position assists in meeting the overall
objectives of the organization by providing administrative services
through the following functions: It is expected that membership
recruitment, development and member services will be a major
responsibility of this role.
responsibilities of the position will include:
a membership data base (i.e. correspondence, membership renewals
inquiries, information to Chapters, and USPRA, recruiting and
and facilitating accurate, timely and relevant information on the
PSR Canada website.
and facilitating a PSR/RPS Canada E-bulletin and members forum.
out journal and other relevant information.
in the development, production and distribution of the PSR
in the planning and organization of the annual PSR Canada conference
and other training events as may be required.
in facilitating Board meetings, and the AGM, as well as submitting
legally required documents, and other administrative duties as may
be required by the Board.
in the planning and organizing of marketing strategies as directed
by the Board.
college diploma in an administrative related discipline
five years experience providing senior administrative support
working in a non-profit and/or community agency environment an asset
of executive level administrative processes and protocols in a
non-profit community agency; and activities associated with
providing support to a Board of Directors
to proactively organize and schedule tasks, developing realistic
action plans while being sensitive to time constraints and resource
to write clearly; effectively presenting ideas and documenting
activities with strict attention to detail; reading and interpreting
detailed and complex written information
to clearly present information through effective communication
skills in order to build credibility and rapport with multiple
to start and persist with specific courses of action while
exhibiting high motivation and sense of urgency; willing to commit
to time required to reach goals
superior interpersonal and judgment skills in order to establish and
maintain effective relationships, relating well to a variety of
persons under varying circumstances
to maintain a high level of discretion, confidentiality, diplomacy
and tact when dealing with sensitive information
advanced computer skills in various software applications such as
word processing, spreadsheets, database, presentation, desk top
publishing, web site development and communications; Microsoft
to function effectively with constant interruptions, fluctuating
priorities and deadlines
ability to function both as part of a team and work autonomously
to operate office equipment such as phone system, fax, computer and
to provide a current criminal reference check free of any work
but not mandatory Assets
with the philosophy of psychosocial rehabilitation and the field of
should be made to Vicky Huehn, email@example.com
including a full curriculum vitae and a proposal on the intentions of
the candidate to meet the needs of PSR Canada. Please include