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Welcome to the Canadian Association of Midwives! We are a small team of dedicated individuals committed to growing the profession of midwifery in Canada and around the world.
The head office of the Canadian Association of Midwives (CAM) is located in downtown Montreal, Quebec. We offer a positive and inclusive workplace shaped by a feminist, anti-racist and anti-oppression framework.
Each employee contributes to this environment by supporting and respecting other team members and maintaining a positive and professional attitude. We value teamwork, honesty and integrity at all levels of the organization. We are proud of the role CAM plays in supporting midwifery both in our national strategies and global programs, and CAM team members understand the importance of their work and its reflection on CAM.
Benefits of Working with CAM
- Employee Health Benefits Program: dental, medical, paramedical, life insurance (certain exceptions may apply) and Employee Assistance Program services
- Generous leave entitlements (starting at 3 weeks’ vacation, generous paid time off for illness, personal days, family responsibilities), and additional paid time off for December holiday closure
- Flexible work hours and flexible hybrid work arrangement (home/Montreal office)
- Access to a bright, shared office space in a central location in Montreal as needed
- Travel, learning and development opportunities
CAM is deeply committed to ensuring our organization reflects the diversity of our members and of the clients they serve – this includes diversity of race, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, national origin, disability, and all other protected grounds under the Canadian Human Rights Act. CAM encourages submissions from applicants from diverse communities.
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Project Officer, Global Program – Venezuela
The Project Officer, Global Program will coordinate the planning, implementation, delivery, monitoring and evaluation of the Improving Maternal, Newborn and Reproductive Health Outcomes for Vulnerable Populations Living in Zulia State (IMNRH) project in Venezuela. They will work closely with CAM’s Global team (based in Canada) and in-country partners to support the development of critical project documents, manage logistics, support project administration, maintain relationships with key stakeholders, conduct monitoring and evaluation activities, and manage staff and consultant activities in Canada and Venezuela.
The 3-year IMNRH project (2023-2026) is funded by Global Affairs Canada and led by UNFPA Venezuela. CAM is an implementing partner on the project and will provide technical expertise, both in-house and through its network of expert Indigenous and Canadian midwives and other SRHR professionals in close partnership with NACM.
Salary Range: $60,000 to $70,000 depending on skills and experience.
Deadline: 5pm Eastern Time on March 23rd, 2023
Executive Director – National Aboriginal Council of Midwives (NACM)
The Executive Director is responsible for fostering a collaborative environment with the Canadian Association of Midwives to guide strategic planning, program delivery, human resources initiatives, communications, and operations for the National Aboriginal Council of Midwives. Under the supervision and guidance of Core Leadership, and in collaboration with National Indigenous organizations (NIO), midwifery associations, and federal government partnerships, the Executive Director ensures that NACM has the necessary systems and procedures in place to support effective operations and programming. NACM’s goal is to enable access to culturally‑safe sexual and reproductive health care for Indigenous families, the return of birth to Indigenous communities, and a reduction in the number of medical evacuations for births in remote areas.
Annual Salary Range – $85,000 – $110,000 per annum, based on education & experience.
Location – Ottawa or Montreal. Work is primarily remote but regular travel to Ottawa or Montreal for in-person meetings is required. Must have the ability to travel across Canada to represent NACM and attend Gatherings, meetings, and events.
Deadline: Open until filled
Illustrator or team of illustrators
The Canadian Association of Midwives wishes to recruit one Illustrator or team of illustrators
to create visual content for a sexual and reproductive health mobile app targeting youth in
Somalia and Somaliland. The activity is part of the Global Affairs Canada funded and UNFPAled Strengthening Midwifery Education and Practice in Somalia (SMEPS) project.
Deadline: February 3 2023 at 5pm EST
Adolescent Health Field Coordinator
The Canadian Association of Midwives wishes to recruit one Adolescent Health Field Coordinator to support creation and co-ordination of various materials and activities relating to Sexual Rights and Reproductive Health issues affecting youth. The role would involve 5 to 7 days of coordination work per month to help liaise with project partners, suppliers, and other stakeholders located in Juba, South Sudan. The activities are part of the Global Affaires funded, UNFPA-led Human Resources for SRH and SGBV in South Sudan.
Timeframe: 11 months, February – December 2023
Location: Juba, South Sudan
Remuneration: Maximum $7700 USD
Deadline: February 3 2023 at 5pm South Sudan time
Request for Proposal: Social Media Services
The Canadian Association of Midwives (CAM) is issuing a Request for Proposals (RFP) for Social Media Services. CAM is seeking digital communications professionals for conceptualizing, planning, and executing social media campaigns. The selected bidder(s) will be added to a pool of suppliers to be used on a regular basis as preferred suppliers from September 2022 to September 2024.