MAX’s Reopening Plan and Employment Opportunities
While many of you are enjoying relaxed self-isolation restrictions, we at MAX Ottawa have been getting cozy in our new home! We’re neighbouring up with The Ten Oaks Project and Centretown Community Health Centre (CCHC) at 400 Cooper Street.
We’re looking forward to hosting community events and our full range of programs and services in our new home once it is safe for us to do so. We hope that this new office will serve as a home, not just for MAX Ottawa staff, but for the community as a whole.
Reopening MAX Ottawa: Orange Phase
MAX Ottawa is currently in the Orange Phase of our reopening policy. We will take an informed and evidence-based approach in MAX Ottawa’s COVID-19 response as we reopen the workplace and maintain a safe and healthy space.
Following public health guidelines, we have implemented these measures to keep the MAX community safe:
- personal protective equipment (PPE) dispensers at the entrance;
- two-metre distance reference markers;
- physical barriers at the reception and screening process;
- curb-side pick up for harm reduction materials; and
- maximum of nine employees, volunteers, or visitors on site at a time.
Currently, on-site visits are available by appointment only for the following services:
- Harm Reduction Pick-Up – Have questions on substance use and sex? Need harm reduction supplies? Reach out to Mat Adams for more details.
- Mental Health Navigation – Considering counselling? Set-up an appointment with firstname.lastname@example.org and take charge of your mental health.
While our office is available by appointment only, you can still access a number of MAX’s programs and services remotely! Our programs and services are hosted via phone, ZOOM, or social media, including our Peer Support Program and Community MAXimizers.
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Are you looking to play a greater role with MAX Ottawa? We are looking for a new Executive Director and are hiring a Bilingual Program Facilitator, an Intervention Development Coordinator, and a Health System Navigator.
|Executive Director |
37.5 hours per week, Permanent
|Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director will work closely with a team of seven full-time staff to spearhead MAX Ottawa’s strategy and operations, foster partnerships with stakeholders, and drive forward MAX’s 2019-2022 Strategic Directions to advance health and wellness for guys into guys.|
Ideal candidates are self-described leaders, innovators, pathfinders, and mobilisers who have significant experience in community social service or health sector leadership.
|Canada Summer Jobs Position: Bilingual Program Facilitator|
15-20 hours per week, 16-week contract
|Reporting to the Community Programs Manager, the Bilingual Program Facilitator will develop, implement, and evaluate two programs: HIV, STI, and sexual health education for gay and bisexual men between the ages of 18 and 29 as well as an eight-week program to help guys into guys develop skills to manage everyday anxiety. |
Ideal candidates are fully bilingual in English and French and have experience in program facilitation and community services. All candidates must be eligible for the Canada Summer Jobs Program.
|Intervention Development Coordinator|
37.5 hours per week, 7-month contract
|Reporting to the Community Programs Manager, the Intervention Development Coordinator will develop, implement, and evaluate intervention programs aimed to increase access to sexual health services in GBT2Q communities. |
Ideal candidates are proactive, highly organized and demonstrate an understanding of the needs of sexual health, GBT2Q needs and concerns, as well as anti-racism and anti-oppressive practice.
|Health Systems Navigator|
10-15 hours per week, 7-month contract
|Reporting to Mental Health Programs Coordinator, the Health Systems Navigator will support MAX Ottawa’s mental health navigation and PrEP access programs.|
Ideal candidates are active listeners with experience in social services or facilitation. Candidates must demonstrate an understanding of the needs of sexual health, GBT2Q needs and concerns, as well as anti-racism and anti-oppressive practice.