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Human Relation Officer Youth Protection – Telecommuting position 2000-399

Ulluriaq Boys Unit, Montréal
2021 January 20

Youth Protection – Telecommuting position
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STATUS: Temporary full-time assignment for twelve (12) months with possibility of extension, (35 hours/week)
IMMEDIATE SUPERIOR :  Assistant to the DYP
STARTING DATE :  As soon as possible

FUNCTIONS:
A person who, under the authority of the Director of Youth Protection and his assistant, carries out activities related to inter-institutional, inter-provincial and international agreements for clients who are not located in Nunavik. The person is responsible for the clinical and administrative processing of agreements with the collaboration of social workers and their department head. The person may be called upon to translate certain documents according to the agreements and protocols with the receiving territory. The person ensures that the documents transmitted and the established deadlines are respected. The person will also ensure that the documents and requests received from other territories are in compliance. The person may be called upon to provide administrative support to the social workers or their department head. The person will have to bridge the gap between the different services and territories. The person will apply the codes and procedures established by the Minister. The person may be called upon to come to Kuujjuaq, for short stays, on occasion.

Qualifications

Must withhold a first terminal University Diploma in Human Sciences in : Social Services, Criminology, Psychology, Psycho-Education

In the absence of an HRO application that meets all the requirements of the position, a candidate with a technique in an appropriate discipline (e.g., social work, special education, delinquency intervention, etc.) may be considered. If a technician candidate is selected, the applicable salary scale will be the one that corresponds to his/her level of education.

To have a practical and theoretical knowledge of Youth Protection Act and the protection concept

To possess pertinent experience working with children

Ability to communicate correctly in English, French and ideally in Inuktitut

Ability to adapt to a different culture and environment

A sense for analysis and synthesis

Capacity of working in a context of emergency, instability and pressure

Capacity of working in a team

Discrete, autonomous, emphatic, diplomat, responsible, with a good sense of listening, added with initiative, strictness and proper judgment

Computer skills will be considered an asset

Respect for clientele

Respect for authority

Must detain a valid driver license

Conditions and benefits

SALARY: Min.: 883.75$    Max.: 1 582.70$ 

Additional details

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

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