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External educator- foster families/application of measures (communities)

DPJ, Hudson Bay
2023 September 30

The Inuulitsivik Health Center, with over 950 employees, is part of the Quebec health and social services network, Nunavik region. It provides front-line health and social services to the population of the Hudson Bay territory, which is made up of approximately 7,000 people, including prevention, assessment, diagnosis and treatment, rehabilitation and support services. In addition, it provides services related to youth protection as well as the management, for the Nunavik region, of Ullivik located in Dorval. The mission of the latter is to receive Inuit people who need health services in participating Montreal hospitals. The Inuit population is distributed in seven communities on the Hudson Bay coast, from Kuujjuaraapik to Salluit.

The person in charge will have to do ; 

  • Rehabilitation interventions supporting youth and their families in order to put an end to the compromising situation;
  • Interventions aimed at maintaining the child in his/her living environment, supporting his/her reintegration into his/her family and/or community;
  • Interventions to support foster families in understanding and responding to the needs of children under their care;
  • Educational and rehabilitative interventions in the living environment such as support for youth in difficulty, youth in the process of becoming independent and development of parental skills;
  • Supervision of contacts between parents and their children;
  • Collaboration with various partners and resources in the community;
  • Elaboration and revision of intervention plans;
  • Writing progressive notes and reports;
  • Emergency psychosocial on-call;
  • Collaboration and interventions on request for other Youth Protection services (YCJA, adoptions, RTS, application of measures);
  • Travel to communities as needed.

  • Have a college degree in an appropriate discipline (e.g. special education, delinquency intervention, etc.);
  • Have theoretical and practical knowledge of the Youth Protection Act and the concept of protection;
Experience required
  • Have experience working with children;
Essential skills and aptitudes
  • Fluent in English, written and spoken, Inuktitut is an asset;
  • Highly adaptable and culturally sensitive;
  • Have a strong ability to analyze and synthesize;
  • Be able to work under pressure, in emergency and crisis situations;
  • Show due respect for the confidentiality of files.
  • Valid driver's license
Conditions and benefits

  • Salary: from $24.78/hour to $35.67/hour;
  • Freight allowance : from $36.64 to $146.29/week, depending on the village;
  • Northern living allowance: from $203.66 to $423.53/week, depending on the village;
  • Retention allowance: from $114.99 to $225.18/week
  • Furnished housing provided;
  • Moving and storage expenses reimbursed by the center if applicable; 
  • Up to 16 weeks of leave per year; 
***The professionals of the health and social services sector can ask for a Northern leave (of up to 48 months) from their establishment in order to work in the Nunavik region***

Additional details

Please submit your application by email with your resume to recrutement.csi@ssss.gouv.qc.ca

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