Family/Child/Youth and Public Health
STATUS: Permanent full time position (based in Kuujjuaq) (35 hrs/week)
SUPERVISOR: Direction of Community Services
STARTING DATE: As soon as possible
Summary of functions:
Under the authority of the Director of Community Services, you will be responsible for the administrative and clinical management of a multidisciplinary team of interveners who offer services related to the Public Health, Family/Child/Youth and Act Early programs, in close collaboration with the other head of programs of the direction. More specifically, you will work on :
Continue the implementation of the SIPPE and social pediatrics programs in the various communities on the Ungava coast;
Implement the collaboration guide - youth in difficulty in partnership with the DYP and the youth rehabilitation services;
Implementing the Act Early program, its deployment and evaluation;
Continue the development of youth mental health services;
Ensures the proper functioning of public health programs in terms of promotion, prevention, screening and activities;
Collaborate in the improvement of school services and develop collaboration with schools in the various communities;
Develop the local public health action plan, its deployment, monitoring, evaluation and updating with the collaboration of the partners involved;
Ensure administrative or clinical on-call in rotation with other managers;
Monitor the indicators related to its services;
Ensure the adequate follow-up of the interventions carried out by his employees (SIC+);
Assesses the human, financial and material resources under his responsibility;
Ensure compliance with and evaluation of the programs under his responsibility;
Perform any other related task at the request of the immediate superior.
Bachelor's degree in a discipline relevant to the position, such as nursing, social work, psychology or psychoeducation;
A 2nd cycle degree in management will be considered an asset;
Be an active member of his professional order;
Three (3) years of relevant clinical experience related to the position;
Two (2) years of management experience in the health and social services sector will be considered an asset;
Ability in planning, communication, positive leadership and good team mobilization skills;
Able to work easily with Word, Outlook, SIC+ software;
Good adaptability, good stress management;
Northern experience in Inuit communities is an asset;
Bilingualism in French and English, oral and written. Fluency in Inuktitut is an asset;
Valid driver's license.
The applicable working conditions are those of managers in the health and social services sector :
SALARY CLASS - 37: Min: $73,955 / Max. : 96 141 $ / year
ISOLATION PREMIUM : $10,015 or $17,652 / year, depending on family situation
RETENTION PREMIUM : $6,000 / year or more depending on number of years of service
HIGH COST OF LIVING : $3,075 / year or more depending on family status
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: If you are currently working in the Health and Social Services Network, you have the opportunity to request a leave of absence without pay to work in a northern institution.
If you have a desire of a professional experience in a Northern context, we invite you to join our team. Anyone recruited in Quebec more than 50 kilometers from the locality where he or she is required to perform his or her duties will be entitled to: three or four vacation outings per year (depending on family status), free housing (shared accommodation or transit if necessary), moving and storage expenses.
Note: Only selected candidates will be contacted for an interview.
*Priority will be given to managers having job security.
*Priority will be given to candidates who are beneficiaries of the James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement.
*Candidates may be asked to experience various tests, including a psychometric test.
Please send your application in French and English by email: email@example.com