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AGENT-E DE RELATIONS HUMAINES

Ungava Tulattavik Health Centre, Kuujjuaq
2021 June 30

YOUTH PROTECTION AND PSYCHOSOCIAL SERVICES

The Ungava Tulattavik Health Center is located in Kuujjuaq and offers the whole health and social services in the eastern part of Nunavik. Serving seven Inuit communities with an equal number of CLSC, a center for the elderly and the hospital in Kuujjuaq, it employs approximately 1,000 employees: administrators, professionals, doctors, dentists, psychologists, nurses, social workers, support staff, etc.

 
Nunavik communities are located north of the 55th parallel where a subarctic climate prevails. It implies the existence of permafrost allowing no agriculture.  Nunavik is the largest region covering about a third of the total area of Quebec.  No road link exists between the communities of Nunavik and southern Quebec, and between Nunavik communities themselves. We have access to the region and its communities by air travel and by boat.

 The Health Center seeks to receive application from candidates who might be interested in applying for full-time positions or replacements that will become vacant in the coming weeks or months in Kuujjuaq or in the six other communities of the Ungava Bay.  The persons may be called upon to travel to the six communities as needed.

 
IMPORTANT INFORMATION : If you are working within "le Réseau de la santé et des services sociaux" you are entitled to ask for a "congé sans solde nordique pour oeuvrer dans un établissement nordique" (ref.: article 18.05 CSN Collective Agreement).

 

Qualifications

Must hold, depending on the field of activity required, a bachelor's degree in Human Sciences or Social Sciences such as criminology, social work, psychology, psycho-education.

OR

Be a member of L’Ordre des travailleurs sociaux ou thérapeutes conjugaux et familiaux du Québec (OTSTCFQ);

OR

Be a member of L’Ordre des psychoéducateurs et des psychoéducatrices du Québec (OPPQ);

OR

Be a member of L’Ordre professionnel des criminologues du Québec (OPCQ);

OR

Be a member of L’Ordre professionnel des psychologues du Québec;

Ability to communicate in English is essential; knowledge of French and/or Inuktitut is an asset;

Must be available to do on-call duty on rotation;  Must have a valid driver’s license.

Conditions and benefits

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


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 if required).

 

Additional details

Please send your application in French and English and indicate whether you wish to apply for Youth Protection or Psychosocial Services:

 By Email:  emploi.cstu@ssss.gouv.qc.ca

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