Work at Pain BC

Pain Support and Wellness Group Lead

The primary purpose for the PSWG Lead role is to ensure the consistent and high quality of the support groups, including rewarding experiences for program clients and volunteers. This role involves the leadership of volunteers in the delivery of support groups for people living with pain across the province.

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Instructional Designer

The Instructional Designer is responsible for the design of Pain BC’s educational programs for health care providers, people living with pain, and our volunteer community. Education programs and resources may be local, community-based collaborations, national or province-wide in scope, with multiple and diverse stakeholders.

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Support Services Program Lead

The Support Services Program Lead is responsible for the continuous improvement and delivery of all services pertaining to Pain BC’s Coaching for Health program for people living with chronic pain.

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Communications Coordinator

The Communication Coordinator’s primary purpose is to support Pain BC’s external communications efforts.

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Communications Lead

The Communications Lead is responsible for leading the projects, campaigns and key activities outlined in the Communications Plan. The Lead works closely with the Director of Communications to plan, create, and implement communications deliverables for Pain BC.

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Social Worker

This joint role includes responding to Pain Support Line calls and written requests, identifying and documenting helpful resources, liaising with community stakeholders, coordinating practicum students, and assisting with program development. The role also involves providing leadership to volunteers in the delivery of support groups for people living with pain across the province.

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