The Hub for Beyond 21 Foundation (Beyond 21) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing exceptional programming for adults ages 21 and older who live with developmental disabilities. We serve participants from across Cornwall and the greater SD&G and Akwaesasne area.
Click here for more information.
Interested in volunteering with us? Click here to get involved!
The Champlain Regional Planning Table (RPT) is seeking proposals from qualified consultants/firms to assist with our capacity to meet our stated objectives to our funder, the Champlain Local Health Integration Network (LHIN), and to the community that the RPT represents. The focus of this RFP is primarily in the realm of system planning and related administrative support/project management needed by RPT to carry out its function. The RPT currently receives funding from the LHIN with Family Service Ottawa being the agency who manages the funds. The successful candidate will however report to the chairs of the RPT. The full report to the LHIN is Appendix B. The RPT has confirmed funding from the LHIN until March 31, 2020.
Further details can be found at the link below.
We are in search of a consultant with subject area expertise in the areas of capacity building and strategic operations to assist members of the network in maximizing our individual and collective impact. This project will work with network members to coordinate a common assessment of our collective strengths, our current primary care capacity pressures, and areas for continued strategic leadership. Based on the assessment the consultant will develop concrete and realistic recommendations that support a coordinated, efficient, and effective approach to primary care capacity building while considering the influences of organizational culture and the unique reality of rural and Francophone serving organizations.
A link to the formal job posting can be found below.
The Seaway Valley Community Health Centre is seeking applications for a Permanent Family Physician.
A Family Physician position at 28 hours/week (or locum) in a collaborative, interprofessional team environment to work with clients to achieve a holistic approach to primary health care, chronic disease management and health promotion programs. Priority program areas for the SVCHC focus on diabetes, obesity, arthritis, cardiovascular disease, mental health, depression, alcohol and drug addictions and COPD/asthma, etc.
A link to the Job Description and details on how to apply can be found below.