STATUS : PERMANENT/TEMPORARY/PART-TIME positions (38.75 hours/week) - Rotation shift day-evening-week-end
SERVICES : Rehabilitation units/group homes
VILLAGES TO FILL : Kuujuaq, Salluit, Puvirnituq, Inukjuak, Kuujjuaraapik
IMMEDIATE SUPERIOR : Head of Rehabilitation/Group home units
DIRECTION : Direction of Regional Rehabilitation Services
STARTING DATE : As soon as possible
Works directly to ensure the education and rehabilitation of youth clients placed in rehabilitation Center under YPA or YCJA. In accordance with intervention programs established in collaboration with the existing professional team, with the view of the rehabilitation or reintegration of the clients in the society. Implements educational techniques by using daily living activities and by organising, co-ordinating, animating and leading a scheduled program. In order to ensure the client learning and acquiring suitable attitudes and behaviours. Observes and analyses the client’s behaviour, participates in the evaluation of their needs and abilities, and keeps progress notes and produces appropriate reports.
Collaborates with social workers in the development of intervention plans based on the youth needs and the legal mandate entrusted. The goal is to end the compromise situation and avoid multiple placements. As a last resort and in an imminent danger, the educator may have to intervene physically with the clientele.
Class 1 : To possess a CÉGEP diploma with a core concentration in specialised educational techniques or institutional rehabilitation or a technique in delinquency intervention from a school recognised by the Ministère de l’Éducation, du Loisir et du Sport.
Class 2 : Hold a bachelor degree in psychoeducation, psychology, criminology, social work degree or another relevant diploma of 14 years of scolarity recognized by the ministère de l’Éducation, du Loisir et du Sport or to have completed fifty per cent (50%) of the specialised educational techniques or institutional rehabilitation or a technique in delinquency intervention.
Bilingual English and French, spoken and written. Inuktitut would be an asset
Minimum of 2 years of relevant experience
Good capacity to adapt to a new cultural environment
Be sensitive, understanding and emotionally mature and display a positive attitude
Available to work day, evening and week-end shifts
Capacity to intervene physically when the situation requires
Willing to participate to any training considered as being necessary, and offered from the employer or a training institution for a more efficient discharge of his/her duties
Share knowledge and abilities, work in collaboration
SALARY : Class 2 : Min$928.84 Max : $1382.21 for 38.75 hrs
Class 1 : Min: $960.23 /hour Max : $1382.21 for 38.75 hrs
ISOLATION PREMIUM :
KUUJUAQ : 203.66$ / week-Depending on family status
SALLUIT : 240.25$ week-Depending on family status
PUVIRNITUQ/ INUKJUAK/ KUUJJUARAAPIK : 203.66$/ week-Depending on family status
HIGH COST OFLIVING :
KUUJUAQ : 61.16$ / week-Depending on family status
SALLUIT : 156.74$/ week-Depending on family status
PUVIRNITUQ : 128.88/ week-Depending on family status
INUKJUAK : 109.09$/ week-Depending on family status
KUUJJUARAAPIK : 54.48$/ week-Depending on family status
Any person recruited in Quebec more than 50 kilometers from the locality in which she is called upon to perform her duties, will be granted annual trips, cargo allowance and other northern benefits. Lodging to share.
Please send your application in French and English, mentioning the job posting number by email : emploi.cstu @ssss.gouv.qc.ca