The Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention (CASP), for more than three decades, has been at the forefront of the movement to reduce the impact of suicide in Canada. Our dedicated and passionate staff work hand-in-hand with CASP’s Board of Directors to provide national leadership and advocacy for suicide prevention and life promotion.
CASP is a virtual organization, with our employees working as part of a dispersed team across the country. We value our staff and have regard for their emotional wellbeing. CASP has created an inclusive and supportive culture, encouraging each of its employees to fully engage with our organization as it continues to grow and make a meaningful difference.
The Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention (CASP) was launched in 1985 by a group of individuals who saw the need to advocate for suicide prevention, create a movement of communication and collaboration and to provide evidenced-based information and resources to communities. We envision a Canada without Suicide. At CASP, we all share a strong and abiding passion to address issues related to life promotion, suicide prevention, intervention and postvention. CASP remainsa hub for every person in Canada who is looking for informed resources, a voice for advocacy and building community.
The newly created role of Member Services Coordinator will assume responsibility for developing and coordinating services for members and supporting the implementation of activities to benefit membership. In addition, this individual will help launch the various activities of the recently created CASP Suicide Bereavement and Postvention Alliance.
The Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention (CASP) is excited to announce a competition for the role of Communications and Development Coordinator. Reporting to the Executive Director, this individual will play a key role in advancing CASP’s mission of preventing suicide and promoting life across Canada.
This role’s responsibilities are divided by communications and development to ensure the sustainability of CASP’s ongoing work.