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Human Relations Officer (Youth Mental Health) 1000-532

Ungava Tulattavik Health Centre, Kuujjuaq
2019 July 25

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

STARTING DATE:                   As soon as possible


MANDATE:   The Human Relations Officer-Youth Mental Health performs psychosocial interventions in collaboration with different health care professionals. Supports youth with complex mental health issues through individual, group and family interventions from a holistic perspective. He or she collaborates with other members of the Youth and Family Team in the programming and evaluation of mental health services for youth and participates in the promotion and prevention activities aimed at school-aged youth.



Collaborates in the organization and evaluation of youth mental health services and serves as a liaison officer between different stakeholders and professionals involved in youth mental health cases

Psychosocial intervention with children and youth dealing with mental health issues and their family

Undertakes clinical work in an individual, family or group context

Creates and organizes prevention and promotion activities regarding mental health and holistic wellness

Coordinates and facilitates clinical meetings for the youth intervention team

Participates in interdisciplinary meetings, case discussions and various committees;

Collaborates with medical professionals, namely, the child psychiatrist;

Offers clinical support to fellow social workers and supports the members of the youth intervention team

Creates formal and informal ties with people in the community in an effort to encourage professional collaboration;

Collaborates with CLSC and school professionals in communities of the Ungava Coast as needed;

Assumes on-call shifts for emergency social services (evening-nights-weekends) on rotation;

Prepares annual activity report;


Must hold a Bachelor's degree degree in Social Work, Psychology, Psychoeducation or Criminology
Member of his Professional Order
Possess at least 3 years of related experience in youth mental health
Possess at least 1 year of related experience in remote area
Project organization  experience would be a major 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, creative and autonomous
Valid driver’s licence
Available to travel in the others communities on the Ungava Coast


Conditions and benefits

SALARY:                                             Min: 883.50$      Max: 1582.70$ / week

ISOLATION PREMIUM:               $191.93 /week or more according to family status

HIGH COST OF LIVING PREMIUM:  59.14$/week or more as per the family status

 Any person recruited in Quebec more than 50 kilometres from the locality where 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

Please send your application in French and English:

By E-mail:  emploi.cstu@ssss.gouv.qc.ca

By fax (819) 964-2071

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