Job Number: 906790

Category: Provincial System Support Program

Positions Available: 1

Years Experience Required: 2

Location: Toronto, Ontario

Posted Date: Sep 20, 2022


Communications Coordinator (Editor)
Provincial System Support Program

Position Description

The Provincial System Support Program (PSSP) at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health works with communities, service providers and other partners across Ontario to move evidence to action to create sustainable, system-level change. With offices in Toronto and across the province, PSSP is on the ground, collaborating with stakeholders to build a better system through our work in implementation, knowledge exchange, evaluation and data management, and health equity and engagement. Visit to learn more.

PSSP is seeking a full-time, contract (until March 31, 2023) Communications Coordinator (Editor).  Reporting to the Manager of Evidence Informed Practices and Professional Learning, the Communications Coordinator (Editor)will contribute to the creation and editing of online training, web-based knowledge products and print resources in the Knowledge Mobilization program. The responsibilities will include structural and developmental editing, stylistic and copy-editing, and proofreading.  Working with content development teams, the successful candidate will provide content creation and editing for digital resources and training materials under development or revision. The Communications Coordinator (Editor) will be responsible for editing content for online courses, websites, facilitator and participant guides, as well as other print and web-based material.  The successful candidate will be responsible for applying plain language writing and CAMH guidelines to work created by the project teams. As part of the PSSP Knowledge Mobilization team, the Communications Coordinator (Editor) will collaborate with other team members, subject matter experts, vendors and other internal and external stakeholders. The successful candidate will be able to manage multiple aspects of work simultaneously, and work independently, as well as with a diverse team. You will support a workplace that embraces diversity, encourages teamwork and complies with all applicable and regulatory requirements. This position is located at 33 Ursula Franklin Street.


The successful candidate will possess a Master’s Degree in editing, writing, journalism or another relevant field, along with two years of experience as a content creator and editor in Web-based environments.  Experience editing online courses and resources is required. Previous experience in healthcare and/or academic setting is preferred. Experience in writing and editing addiction, mental health or other health-related material is an asset. The successful candidate will possess excellent editing, research and fact-checking skills. Knowledge of HTML is an asset. Experience in using learning management platforms such as Moodle is required. Demonstrated ability to work independently in a self-directed manner, as well as collaboratively in a team setting is required. The ability to work in a fast-paced environment and adapt to and manage changing priorities is required. The ability to work stakeholders of diverse backgrounds and demonstrated commitment to principles of equity, inclusivity and respect is required. Bilingualism (French/English) or proficiency in a second language would be an asset. 

Vaccines (COVID-19 and others) are a requirement of the job unless you have an exemption on a medical ground pursuant to the Ontario Human Rights Code.

Please Note: This full-time, contract (until March 31, 2023) position is part of the OPSEU bargaining unit.

Salary Range: $33.59 - $45.31 per hour

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