Join our Team
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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Community Engagement Lead, National Council of Indigenous Midwives (NCIM)
The Community Engagement Lead is responsible for supporting and ensuring the development of content and resources representing the needs, perspectives and knowledges of Indigenous midwives and Indigenous communities in Canada. The Community Engagement Lead is also responsible for leading any work directly related to increasing community awareness about Indigenous midwifery, working as a community liaison between NCIM and the community for remote or in person meetings, building annual national virtual learning opportunities, and creating and maintaining relationships with First Nations, Inuit and Metis communities.
Deadline: February 28, 2024
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL – Content Writer
The Canadian Association of Midwives is seeking a skilled content writer or team to update, edit and revise (where necessary) existing online public-facing materials and articles about pregnancy, birth and postpartum.
Deadline: February 22, 2024
Regional Coordinator – Eastern and Central Africa
CAM’s Regional Coordinator, Central and Eastern Africa, will be responsible for coordinating CAM’s ongoing projects in the region of Central and Eastern Africa and supporting CAM’s partnership development activities.
Deadline: February 23rd, 2024
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL – Videographer
The Canadian Association of Midwives is issuing a Request for Proposals (RFP) for Videographer Services. CAM is developing an anti-racism course for midwives through Project FORWARD and/or Project AIR. Project Forward aims to support midwives in better servicing underserved communities to meet their sexual and reproductive health needs. Project AIR aims to address anti-Indigenous racism in the health and education sector. The goal is to integrate cultural safety training across the life-cycle of midwifery education and practice
Deadline: February 19th, 2024