Careers and Opportunities
The Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) is a dedicated and passionate organization, striving to make a difference in the lives of those living with mental health problems and mental illnesses. As a proud recipient of the Gold Recognition Award for Mental Health at Work® in the Canada Awards for Excellence, the MHCC promotes an environment with healthy work life balance. We offer generous health and wellness benefits, possibility for flexible work arrangements, and comprehensive time-off allowances. Additionally, there are various opportunities for professional development to promote the continuous learning and growth of our employees. To join our team, check out the employment opportunities below:
Join Our Board — Make a Difference
If mental health matters to you, and you’d like to use your talents to help improve mental health and substance use health outcomes for people across Canada, we want to hear from you.
We are currently seeking two new directors to join our board. The directors will ideally bring some combination of the following attributes:
- representation from First Nations, Inuit, and Métis communities in Canada
- representation from the francophone community
- expertise in one or more aspects of mental health policy and research
- expertise in various aspects of the mental health system and service issues
- strong knowledge and understanding of mental health and substance use issues, services, and systems specific to the Indigenous context and/or Northern Canada and Labrador and/or Western Canada
Our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion means building a bigger table. As an organization committed to our journey of Reconciliation, we encourage individuals who are Indigenous to apply. We expect all applicants to understand the importance of Reconciliation, and we are dedicated to creating a new paradigm for engagement with Indigenous communities. We also encourage applications from racialized persons, individuals with disabilities, and people from diverse ethnic and cultural origins, sexual orientations, and gender identities and expressions.