Our friends and community partners at HAMSMaRT are now recruiting! See details and info on how to apply below:
Job Title: HAMSMaRT Clinic Administrator, Support and Safer Supply (SASS) and Rosedene Clinics
Part-time contract: 10 hours per week. $22 per hour minus deductions. Contract length is 6 months, starting in April 2022 with potential to extend position contingent on funding. Access to a cell phone and personal computer are helpful but not required. We will ensure access to these items for the successful candidate. At this point this will be a work from home position.
Position Summary: reporting to the HAMSMaRT Program Coordinator, this position is an opportunity to contribute to a collaborative clinic model that centres the needs of the community served. The successful candidate will provide administrative support to clinicians working at the Support and Safer Supply Clinic (Tuesday and Thursday afternoons) and the Rosedene Clinic (Tuesday afternoons). We operate using an anti-oppressive framework and strive for equity and inclusion in all our programs and services.
Required Qualifications and Skills
Preferred Qualifications and Skills
To apply, please forward a cover letter or email explaining why you are applying to the position, and a resume or a written list of your qualifications by email to email@example.com by Friday March 26th 2022.
HAMSMaRT is committed to equity and diversity. People from equity seeking groups are encouraged to apply and self-identify in their cover letter. If you need accommodation in any part of the application process, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call or text 365-366-7381.
Hamilton Social Medicine Response Team (HAMSMaRT) is an outreach and advocacy organization that strives to provide excellence in clinical care to individuals who have difficulty accessing the traditional medical system. We provide mobile outreach healthcare with a team of physicians, midwifery, and outreach workers. We believe that health is political, and engage in advocacy to address the structural determinants of health. We primarily serve people who are homeless and people who use drugs. We believe in a world where every resident and community in Hamilton has the resources and autonomy for health on their own terms.