Human Relations Officer - CAFE
SERVICE : CLSC Youth and Family - Kuujjuaq
STATUS : Two temporary full-time positions 1 year (35hrs/week)
IMEDIATE SUPERVISOR : Head of program, Youth and Family
STARTING DATE : As soon as possible
The Human Relations Officer performs design, consultation, updating, analysis and evaluation activities in one or more social programs, primarily with school-age youth (5-17) and their families. He/she carries out psychosocial interventions within an interdisciplinary philosophy and collaborates in the various stages of programming the activities of the service to which he/she is assigned and in evaluating quality. He/she organizes and participates in promotion and prevention activities.
The person will take part in a crisis intervention team to support youths and their families. The HRO needs to be comfortable with crisis intervention related to suicide, family violence, sexual abuse, and addiction as well as mental health problems.
Counselling for youth and teenagers facing with various psychosocial, relational, etc. issues and their families;
Clinical work in an individual, family and group approach;
Short-term and medium-term case follow-ups;
Organize promotion-prevention activities following Healthy School program;
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 external resources if necessary;
Participate in interdisciplinary team meetings, case discussions and various committees as required;
Provide backup when a team member of social services is on leave;
Support the clinical work of social assistants in his/her team;
Perform any other related duties requested by his/her immediate superior.
Must hold a Bachelor's degree in Social Work, Psychology, criminology, sexology or, Psychoeducation;
Member of their professionnal order;
A minimum of 2 years of clinical experience with the target clientele;
Knowledge of child and adolescent development and 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;
Ability to work within a multidisciplinary team and interest in sharing knowledge and experience with co-workers;
Ability to establish a therapeutic relationship with clients of the population served;
Organizational skills, initiative and autonomy;
Valid driver’s licence;
Available to travel.
SALAIRE : Min: 919.80 $ Max: 1646.40 $ pour 35 heures/sem.
PRIME D’ÉLOIGNEMENT : 199.67 $ ou 351.95 $ par semaine, selon le statut familial
PRIME DE RETENTION : 114.99 $ par semaine (mesure temporaire)
PRIME DE VIE CHÈRE : 61.16 $ par semaine ou plus, selon le statut familial
Any employee recruited in Quebec more than 50 kilometers from the locality in which she/he is called upon to perform her/his duties, will be granted annual trips and lodging unit as per her/his status, shared lodging if necessary or transit for a temporary but undetermined period.
Please send your application by e-mail at : firstname.lastname@example.org