We employ professionals from a wide variety of backgrounds including health sciences, evaluation and research, knowledge mobilization, communications and administration.

As an organization whose mission is to drive high-quality child and youth mental health service delivery in Ontario, we attract people who are passionate about what they do. We work hard and we care a lot about measuring the quality and impact of our work. Collaboration and continuous quality improvement are integral elements of our work culture.

What does the Centre offer employees?

As a provincial program at CHEO, we offer competitive compensation and benefit packages. A core benefit of this is being part of the Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan (HOOPP) — one of Canada's largest defined benefit pension plans — and CHEO's generous pension contributions.

We are a learning organization, keen on professional development. We have also cultivated a positive, enjoyable working environment. We value work-life balance and we take the time to celebrate individual and collective efforts as well as key milestones and achievements.

How do I join the Centre team?

Thank you for your interest in the Centre. Check back often or follow us on Twitter or LinkedIn for new employment opportunities.

Current opportunities
Family Engagement Specialist

The Family Engagement Specialist leads the Ontario Centre of Excellence for Child and Youth Mental Health’s (the Centre’s) family engagement-related programs and services for the child and youth mental health (CYMH) sector across Ontario. The Family Engagement Specialist works with CYMH agencies to help build capacity for family engagement and ensures high-quality standards are met. The Family Engagement specialist supports and coaches agencies to integrate family voices and lived experiences in the design and delivery of mental health services and in system planning processes. The Family Engagement Specialist provides strategic advice to the Centre’s leadership regarding family engagement and will oversee the development and enhancement of family engagement resources. The incumbent will have demonstrated experience navigating the child and youth mental health system as a family member or caregiver; excellent communication skills (both verbal and written); excellent networking skills and the ability to develop strong partnerships with agency leaders, service providers, youth and family members.

See the position description and qualifications and apply on CHEO's website.

Closing date: Monday, February 24

 Senior Data Analyst

The Senior Data Analyst acts as a subject matter expert for data management and analysis. The Senior Data Analyst undertakes complex data analysis on a regular basis to support the Centre to monitor progress against identified standards or benchmarks and/or other aspects of system performance and quality in Ontario’s child and youth mental health sector. The Senior Data Analyst will perform high quality data analysis to support internal and external reporting needs. The Senior Data Analyst will support the development of various reports that will be released publicly. The Senior Data Analyst will act as a resource to Centre colleagues and external stakeholders to support their capacity to collect, manage and analyze data. As such, the Senior Data Analyst will occasionally facilitate learning sessions and contribute to the development of resources and learning tools.

See the position description and qualifications and apply on CHEO's website.

Closing date: Friday, February 28