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Provincial Office opportunities
OTS and ORCS Coordinator
One of Canada's most respected health-related charities, The Lung Association – Ontario (TLA) is dedicated to the improvement of lung health. We believe that our employees and volunteers are our greatest resources, and as such, we are committed to providing a passionate, well-managed organization known for its integrity, honesty and trusting relationships. Proceeds from fundraising activities are used for the support of respiratory health education programs and medical research. Please click here for complete position description
Director, Ontario Respiratory Care Society (ORCS)
One of the health professional sections of The Lung Association – Ontario (TLA), the Ontario Respiratory Care Society (ORCS) aims to further excellence in the provision of interdisciplinary care through education, research, collaboration, provision of professional expertise and support for TLA’s efforts to improve lung health. Members of the ORCS provide expertise to the Association and support advocacy efforts in the field of respiratory health care. Reporting to the Vice President, Provincial Programs, the Director, ORCS, is responsible for managing the Society’s day-to-day activities and achieving its objectives, and for engaging and building the membership. He/she provides leadership to the ORCS Provincial Committee and other volunteer committees in the development and implementation of the annual business plan alignment with the priorities of TLA’s Strategic Plan and in accordance with our policies. He/she also manages TLA’s Tuberculosis Program and is involved in other Lung Association respiratory programs as appropriate. Please click here for complete position description