Let's make a difference together

MDAM is a non-profit organization that offers support services primarily in the form of peer-support. Our dedicated and diverse team shares a passion and commitment in making a difference in the lives of those suffering with mental illness. MDAM strives to provide each employee with several initiatives, benefits and compensation in order to continually retain our employees. MDAM employees are given the opportunity to work for a meaningful organization, which aims to help those in need through alternative means.

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Current Opportunities

Office and Fundraising Administrator 

Mood Disorders Association of Manitoba requires an Office and Fundraising Administrator to manage and organize the fundraising, office and administrative operations. Skills required include knowledge of customer relationship management software, office administration, advanced computer knowledge, interpersonal communications and reception. Applicants should have over 3 years of experience and knowledge of sales inventories, fundraising, Microsoft Office suite applications, donor managed systems and volunteer coordination. Please email your resume and cover letter to TaraS@mooddisordersmanitoba.ca.

Family Navigation Coordinator

Mood Disorders Association of Manitoba requires a Family Navigation Coordinator to support families and their loved ones in accessing care and recovery in the mental health and addictions system. Skills required are advocacy, advanced computer knowledge, interpersonal communication, and background in healthcare systems. Duties include peer support, self-help, advocacy, education, facilitating, volunteer coordination and bridging treatment care. Applicants should have knowledge of computers, university degree in related fields such as education or social work and knowledge of mental health and addictions care.  This is a part-time position- 4 mornings per week. Please email your resume and cover letter to TaraS@mooddisordersmanitoba.ca.

Womens Programming Coordinator

Mood Disorders Association of Manitoba requires an innovative and creative individual to provide women’s mental health and addictions programming to Manitoba women. Skills required are knowledge of women’s mental health and addictions support, advanced computer knowledge, interpersonal communication, planning, and creative programming. Applicants will provide peer support, facilitation and self-help to women with depression and co-occurring disorders. Applicants should have knowledge of computers, university degree in related fields such as education or social work and knowledge of mental health and addictions. This is a part-time job for 4 afternoons per week and some evenings. Please email your resume and cover letter to TaraS@mooddisordersmanitoba.ca.

Please forward resumes to:
Mood Disorders Association of Manitoba
4 Fort St.
Winnipeg, MB
R3C1C4

Or, email Tara.

For more information, call 1-800-263-1460