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Permanent position, unionized or unionizable nonunionized

Human Relations Officer 1000-128

Ungava Tulattavik Health Centre, Kuujjuaq
2019 June 13

SERVICE: CLSC Youth and Family - Kuujjuaq
STATUS: Permanent full time (35hrs/week)
IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Head of Program Youth and Family

STARTING DATE:  As soon as possible

MANDATE:
The Human Relations Officer exercises activities of conceptualization, orientation, actualization, analysis, and evaluation, mainly with youth and family clients (pregnant women, youth, young families) facing different psychosocial issues.  Realizes psychosocial interventions with an interdisciplinary philosophy and collaborates at different levels in the programming of activities in the service to which he/she is assigned and to the evaluation of quality. Participates in the organization of promotion and prevention activities.

SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS:
Counselling for pregnant women, youth and parents of young children and facing different psychosocial issues;
Crisis intervention with clientele;
Clinical work in an individual, family and group context;
Participate in activities related to social pediatric;
Short-term and medium-term case follow-ups;
Organize promotion-prevention activities in the SIPPE-FASD and Healthy School programs ;
Participate in the 24/7 psychosocial emergency services, including the application of emergency measures as per the Youth Protection Act and P-38 Act;
Assess and refer clients to appropriate outside resources where indicated;
Participate in interdisciplinary team meetings, case discussions and various committees as required;
Takes over other tasks when a team member is on leave;
Support the clinical work of social assistants in the team;Perform all other related duties requested by his/her immediate superior as replacement at intake, support

Qualifications

Must hold a Bachelor's degree degree in Social Work, Psychology, Psychoeducation or Criminology

Member of ‘Ordre des travailleurs sociaux et des thérapeutes conjugaux et familiaux du Québec’ or of a proper professionnal order;

Possess at least 2 years of related clinical experience with designated clientele within CLSC;

Knowledge of child and youth  development, SIPPE program, social pediatric, FASD as well as  youth mental health;

Work experience in remoted area would be an asset;

Fluent in English and French (spoken & written), knowledge of Inuktitut would be an asset;

Capacity to work within a multidisciplinary team and interest in sharing knowledge and experience with co-workers;

Capacity to establish a therapeutic relationship with clients of the population served;

Organized, initiative, and autonomous;

Valid driver’s licence;

Available to travel.

Conditions and benefits

SALARY: Min: 883.75$      Max: 1 582.70$ per week
HIGH COST OF LIVING: 59.14$ or more per week as per the family status
ISOLATION PREMIUM: 191.93$ or 338.29$ per week as per the family status


Any person recruited in Quebec more than 50 kilometres from the locality in which she is called upon to perform her duties, will be granted annual trips and lodging unit as per status. Shared lodging or transit if necessary.

Additional details

Send your application in French and in English by: emploi.cstu@ssss.gouv.qc.ca

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