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Programs Manager

Canadian Hemophilia Society

This is a Contract position in Montreal, QC posted November 15, 2022.


  • Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications, in a range between $50,000 and $60,000, along with benefits, a flexible work environment and a workplace culture committed to personal well-being and psychological safety.
  • This role is based in downtown Montreal with the possibility to work remotely in accordance with the organization’s policies and procedures dealing with remote and/or hybrid work arrangements in effect.
  • Comprehensive benefits package: medical and paramedical expenses coverage, long-term disability insurance, dental insurance, paid sick leave, travel insurance, vision care insurance, vacation, years-of-service recognition.
  • Adaptability and availability for occasional evening and weekend activities (follow up with stakeholders in different time zones, committee teleconferences, conferences and workshops).
  • A close-knit team with the common goals of serving the Canadian bleeding disorder community so that everyone has access to the best care and treatment.
  • Some travel to meetings may be required within Canada.
  • Four or five days/week; to be discussed.

Reporting to the CEO, the Canadian Hemophilia Society (CHS) National Community Programs Manager is responsible for:

  • creating, developing, implementing, and evaluating the inherited bleeding disorder care and treatment advocacy and capacity-building programs;
  • working in close collaboration with the CEO and chair of the Care and Treatment Committee to ensure that these programs meet the needs of the health care team members and CHS provincial chapters; and
  • providing professional and logistical support to the CHS Care and Treatment Committee, as well as the Canadian Association of Nurses in Hemophilia Care (CANHC), the Canadian Physiotherapists in Hemophilia Care (CPHC) and the Canadian Social Workers in Hemophilia Care (CSWHC).


  • Manage the Care and Treatment programs which aim to ensure optimal standards for comprehensive care for people with inherited bleeding disorders.
  • Collaborate with health care providers and CHS provincial chapters on multiple issues such as the Canadian Bleeding Disorders Registry, standards of care, health access issues, capacity-building trainings and workshops.

3.1 Inherited bleeding disorder programs related to care and treatment

  • Identify the needs of members (CHS chapters) related to inherited bleeding disorder issues.
  • In consultation with the CHS National Communications Manager, plan the organization’s educational materials and programs.
  • Develop and implement national educational workshops and conferences for patients/families and bleeding disorder treatment centre health care providers.
  • Develop and implement national support programs for patients.
  • Assist chapter volunteers and staff with the implementation of CHS support programs.
  • Provide administrative, organizational, and evaluation support to the Care and Treatment Committee (e.g., organize committee meetings, teleconferences, preparation of agendas, minutes, performance plans, reports, etc.).

3.2 Support to health care providers

  • Provide administrative and organizational support to the bleeding disorder treatment care teams (CANHC, CPHC, CSWHC).
  • In collaboration with the CHS Chief Accountant, administer CANHC, CPHC and CSWHC funds and provide regular financial reports.

3.3 Stakeholder relations

  • Assist the CEO in maintaining an effective relationship with the organization’s corporate sponsors through effective reporting of program activities.
  • Support the CEO in the development of grant proposals for funding from corporations, foundations, various levels of government, and other funders.



  • A Bachelor’s degree in human, social or health sciences, or in a relevant discipline.


  • Three to four years’ management experience in the not-for-profit sector, with expertise in planning and implementing programs.
  • Experience in problem-solving, consensus building and advocacy, with the ability to listen, think creatively and solve challenges in a timely manner.

Special knowledge and skills

  • Capacity for analysis, synthesis, attention to detail and decision making.
  • Excellent presentation, verbal and written communication skills.
  • Understanding of best practice strategies in advocacy and government relations.
  • Excellent administrative skills and a proven ability to work collaboratively with staff, volunteers and external partners.
  • Flexibility with changing priorities and ability to remain focused to meet targeted timelines.
  • Strong oral and written English and French skills.


Salary: 50000.00-60000.00