Public Health Compliance Officer

Salary/Wages This is a part-time position with the possibility of full-time. Hourly pay rate is $25-$30, with pension and benefits, including a generous, non-taxable child(ren) tuition discount for staff
Type: Part Time
Location: Peoples Christian Academy, Markham, ON
Educational Requirements: Bachelor of Science Degree in Occupational Health and Safety, Nursing, or related field.
Experience Required: Minimum 2 years of experience within the paramedical, medical, or public health field - 1 to 3 years of recent, related experience in a not-for-profit organization in Canada
Closing Date: 2022-06-30 4:00PM


PCA is seeking a paramedical professional who will facilitate the management of policies and procedures  related to public health education, screening, contact tracing, and implementation to ensure the health and  safety of staff and students during the school day in alignment with established governmental and public  health protocols. The PHCO will also act as PCA's representative liaison with the York Region Public Health  (YRPH) department, interface with members of the Medical Advisory Committee (MAC), collaborate with  the school Leadership Team (LT), and report directly to the Principal / Director of Operations and Ministry  (DOM). The ideal candidate will be well-versed in best practices of public health and safety in Ontario, and  able to work comfortably with a broad cross-section of school community members (students, parents, staff,  and leadership). 

Under the direction of the DOM, the PHCO oversees both the health and safety practices and the  maintenance of all necessary and appropriate records and reporting (i.e.: daily screening, illness, and  contact tracing), follows-up, files, and processes data to ensure the smooth compliance of health and safety  practices required under law and recommended by the regional public health unit, focusing on accuracy  and transparency. 

The goal is to contribute to the overall health and safety of the school community and to help the school be  fully aware of its condition. This way it can make the right decisions to safeguard long term health and  wellness of the community, and the ongoing operational success of the school.

How to apply

Please submit your cover letter, resume (including volunteerism), and recent/current references (2-3  professional, 1 personal/character, 1 pastoral), with the subject line, “PHCO Application” to 

Please note that PCA welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. While all  applicants are thanked for their interest, only those chosen for interviews will be contacted. Please also  note that as a condition of employment, short-listed interview candidates will be required to submit a  police vulnerable sector check dated to within 6 months of application.