Planning & Evaluation Volunteer
Volunteer Position Description:
The volunteer will work with the Manager, Quality and Accountability Systems, Research Assistant, and Research Team Members to be responsible for supporting activities related to the annual Patient/Client Experience Survey. The Planning and Evaluation volunteer will conduct data collection at one of the three Access Alliance locations using iPads.
Interviews will be held for all selected applicants.
This position is in person. Cross-site travelling is not usually expected.
College Location: 1 – 2 volunteers
340 College St. Suite 500
Toronto, ON M5T 3A9
Jane Location: 1 – 2 volunteers
761 Jane St.
York, ON M6N 4B4
Danforth Location: 1 – 2 volunteers – Position Filled
3079 Danforth Ave.
Scarborough, ON M1L 1A8
1 to 2 days (14hrs./week) from November 1st to August, 2022 (expected)
All selected applicants will receive training and orientation.
Program/ Project Support
Qualifications & Requirements:
- Above 18 years of age
- Please be advised that our organization requires all staff, students, and volunteer to be fully vaccinated. Proof of vaccination can be obtained from the Ministry of Health’s website
- Speaking and understanding a second priority language is considered an asset (Mandarin, Tagalog, Bengali, Urdu, Punjabi, Napoli, Portuguese, Spanish, Arabic, Farsi, Tigrinya, etc.)
- Strong communication (written and oral) and interpersonal skills
- Strong time-management and organization skills
- Experience or interest in conducting or supporting surveying or research and related activities is considered an asset.
- Previous experience in community-based, non-profit or public health setting would be an asset
Benefits for the volunteer:
- The volunteer will gain hands-on experience supporting and implementing community-based research and evaluation
- They will learn the functionalities and value of community-based research.
The volunteer will also have the opportunity to improve and strengthen project management skills, apply understanding of the social determinants of health and learn how a community health organization functions.
- The volunteer will work in a unionized organization with clients and staff from diverse backgrounds and barriers (e.g. language, mental health, etc.), as well as within an environment of access, equity, anti-racism, and anti-oppression
# of positions available:
3 – 6
Volunteer & Community Engagement
Open until filled
For more information contact:
Courtney Kupka – Research Assistant