The Inuulitsivik Health Centre, with over 950 employees, is part of the Quebec health and social services network, Nunavik region. It provides the population of the Hudson Bay Territory, approximately 7,000 people, with front-line health and social services, including prevention, assessment, diagnosis and treatment, rehabilitation and support. In addition, it offers services related to youth protection as well as the management, for the Nunavik region, of Ullivik located in Dorval. The mission of Ullivik is to receive Inuit who need health services in participating Montreal hospitals. The Inuit population is spread over seven communities on the Hudson Bay coast, from Kuujjuaraapik to Salluit.
Person who ensures the education and re-education of users in an institutional or external environment according to the intervention programs established in collaboration with the team of professionals in place, with a view to the adaptation or rehabilitation of the individual or their reintegration into society. It applies educational techniques using the acts of daily life, by organizing, coordinating and leading the activities carried out in the program, to ensure learning and the acquisition of appropriate attitudes and behaviors. She observes and analyzes the behavior of users, participates in the evaluation of their needs and their capacities and notes their evolution by drafting the appropriate documents.
This person will have
- To provide a safe and secure environment for children in the care of the Youth Protection
- that meets their basic and specific needs;
- To plan and maintain an environment that ensures the health, safety and well-being of children
- To develop, animate and direct the children in diversified activities (stories, art, culture,
- Developing, facilitating and directing children in a variety of activities (stories, art, culture, music, physical activity, etc.);
- Helping children develop good habits regarding meals, hygiene, sleep, clothing, etc.
- Helping children develop good habits regarding meals, hygiene, sleep, clothing, etc;
- Record observations of children and discuss progress or difficulties with parents, family or caregivers
- Recording observations of children and discussing progress or difficulties with parents, family or YPD workers;
- Supervision of parent-child visits;
- Prepares and serves snacks/meals/bottles;
- Prepare room and monitor/assist children during naps;
- Act as a mentor to the caregivers;
- Performs housekeeping duties in the family room.
- Possess a technique in an appropriate discipline (e.g., childhood education, special education, delinquency intervention delinquency intervention, etc.);
- In the absence of a technique, have significant experience working with children (e.g. babysitting)
- Ability to speak and write in English,
- Inuktitut will be considered an asset;
- Highly adaptable and culturally sensitive cultural sensitivity;
- Good leadership skills and ability to mobilize mobilize;
- Ability to work under pressure, in an emergency under pressure, in an emergency and crisis context;
- Respect for the confidentiality of files.
- Salary between $24.78 and $35.67 per hour;
- Day shift (35h/week)
- Furnished housing provided;
- 3 to 4 annual outings depending on status;
- Maximum of 16 weeks off per year;
- Cargo allowance $115,64/week ;
- Distance allowance between $203.66/week and $358,99/week ;
- Retention bonus between $114.99/week ;
- Group insurance;
- Moving expenses paid by the employer;
- Storage fees, if any, paid by the employer;
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