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Admin Assistant Department MAP Well Living House

  • Full time
  • Toronto, Ontario, Canada View on Map
  • posted 2 weeks ago
  • Posted : October 8, 2020 -Accepting applications
  • Salary: $20.01 - $26.02 / Hourly
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Job Detail

  • Company Name St. Michael's Hospital

Job Description

Well Living House at the Centre for Urban Health Solutions (C-UHS) at St. Michael’s Hospital is an action research centre that focuses on Indigenous infant, child, and family health and wellbeing. At its heart is an aspiration to be a place where Indigenous people can come together to gather, understand, link, and share knowledge about happy and healthy child, family, and community living.

The centre is built from a foundation of almost two decades of collaborative work between Indigenous health researchers, front line health practitioners, and Indigenous community Grandparents. The long-term vision of the Well Living House is that every Indigenous infant will be born into a context that promotes health and wellbeing – at the individual, family, and community levels.

We plan to achieve this vision by improving health policies, services, and programs through knowledge work: conducting research, building knowledge networks, and providing training. In all that we do, the Well Living House is committed to using and protecting our Indigenous knowledge, languages, and ways of working.

The Our Health Counts project applies Indigenous partnerships and community-driven processes to generate comprehensive health assessment information that addresses gaps in knowledge about urban Indigenous health and wellbeing.

Working under the direction of the Principal Investigator and Research Manager, the Administrative Assistant will support communications and scheduling with community and research partners, and research administration for the Our Health Counts project. Tasks will include scheduling meetings, process documentation, booking travel, implementing financial processes, project task management and administrative support.


Performs general office duties, e.g. files and maintains documentation, records, and study information
Support communications with research and community partners across Ontario and other stakeholders
Coordinates meetings, manages meeting minutes and agendas
Support in coordinating study visits and gatherings, including travel plans for project stakeholders
General office duties e.g., mailings, faxing, phone messages, ordering office supplies
Other duties as defined by the Principal Investigator and Research Manager


Office Administration and or business administration diploma or Administrative Assistant background experience
Demonstrated knowledge and experience engaging in Indigenous communities
Proficient computer skills (Word, Excel, Outlook, Zoom, E-calendars)
Ability to contribute to a culturally respectful and inclusive Indigenous health research environment
Experience working independently and as a part of team
Excellent communication (verbal/written) and team oriented interpersonal skills
Excellent attention to detail and proven ability to learn new skills
Excellent organizational skills to manage multiple tasks in a timely manner and flexibility to adapt to a dynamic and changing workload
Candidate must be flexible and work beyond the job description at times as work demands
Driver’s license an asset

Please submit your cover letter and resume to Emily Simmonds at [email protected]

Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. We welcome student applicants and can be flexible as required to support class schedules

Required skills