The National Programs & Member Services Manager is a key member of the management team and is responsible for developing and overseeing the successful implementation of national programming strategies that meet the needs of members and the objectives of CAM’s Theory of Change.
The National Manager works closely with the Executive Director and demonstrates expertise in the following areas: implementation of successful funding strategies and health related programming, partnering with a variety of stakeholders, clinical knowledge translation, human resource management, and knowledge of equity, diversity, and inclusion work.
The National Manager will ensure the successful implementation, effectiveness, and performance measurement of CAM’s clinical knowledge translation initiatives, member services and national programming for midwives and student midwives including professional development programs & services, and publications.
The Manager is also responsible for identifying, recommending, and leading on new or improved member services, professional development programs & services and funding opportunities based on member needs and strategic objectives. The Manager will maintain and enhance positive member relations and maintain and develop new business relationships with sponsors and donors to ensure financial viability of CAM’s learning programs.
CAM anticipates new program funding in the coming months to support equity, social justice, and anti-racism work – priority areas of work at CAM. The ideal candidate will also demonstrate experience and/or strong knowledge of equity, diversity, and inclusion work.
Salary/ Salaire: Between $65,000 to $80,000 depending on skills and experience