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HUMAN RELATIONS OFFICER (SOCIAL WORKER) CLSC

Ungava Tulattavik Health Centre, Kuujjuaq
2019 December 14

FOR CLSC/COMMUNITY SERVICES/PSYCHOSOCIAL SERVICES

The Ungava Tulattavik Health Center is a multivocational institution in Nunavik, which serves seven villages of the coast of Ungava Bay including Kuujjuaq, where is located the administrative center. The Health Center has nearly 500 full-time employees, a team of doctors, dentists and pharmacists, and manages a budget of $80 millions.
 
The Health Center seeks to receive application from candidates either in Kuujjuaq or in the six other communities of the Ungava Bay for different kind of assignations:

Permanent full-time position

 Replacement 6 to 12 months

 Replacement 3 months or less

  Recall list to do the regular staff vacancy replacements (1 month at a time)

 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: If you are now working within MHSS you are entitled to ask for a "leave of absence to work in a northern institution" (ref: articles 18.04, 18.05, 18.06 CSN Collective Agreement).

 
JOB DESCRIPTION:

The Human Relations Officer exercises activities of conceptualization, orientation, actualization, analysis, and evaluation in one or more social programs (SIPPE, adult mental health, family-child-youth). 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. The person will assume emergency psychosocial on-call duties.

Qualifications

Bachelor Degree in Human Sciences in : Social Services, Criminology, Psychology, Psycho-Education
Membre of L’Ordre des travailleurs sociaux et des thérapeutes conjugaux et familiaux du Québec or  l’Ordre des psychoéducateurs et psychoéducatrices du Québec
Two years of pertinent clinical experience in individual, family and group context
Experience in remote area is an asset
Fluency in English and French (spoken and written); knowledge of Inuktitut is an asset
Ability to work in multidisciplinary teams and interest to share knowledge and experiences with colleagues
Ability to establish a therapeutic relationship with the clientele
Strong organizational skills, initiative and autonomy
Must have a valid driver’s license
Available to travel in other communities of Ungava Bay

Conditions and benefits

SALARY:     Min.: 883.75$ / 35 hours                  Max.: 1 582.70$ / 35 hours
NORTHERN PREMIUM: 191.93$/week, as more per the family status and the community
HIGH COST OF LIVING PREMIUM: 59.14$/week, or more as per the family status and the community
RETENTION PREMIUM :  114.99$/week or more as per the community

 

A tax credit of $ 10,000 is available for new graduates working in remote areas.

 If you have the desire to live an experience in a Nordic context, we invite you to join our team.  Anyone recruited in Quebec more than 50 kilometers from the locality where he is required to perform its functions, shall be entitled to annual trips (3 or 4 times per year as per the family status), moving and storage expenses if applicable, and free lodging provided as per his family situation (transit or shared lodging, temporarily, if required). We invite you to visit the following website, you will find additional information about our Health Center: www.sante-social-services.ca

Additional details

Please send your application to: rh.ungava@ssss.gouv.qc.ca

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