Clinical coordinator – ACTING EARLY- Kuujjuaq (Care Evaluation Specialist)
STATUS : Permanent full-time (35 hours/week)
CSN Unionized position
SUPERVISOR : Director of Community Services / Head of youth and family program
STARTING DATE : As soon as possible
ACTING EARLY - Tasiurtigiit (Integrated Network Center for Neuro-Child Development) is an integrated approach to the problems of neuro-development. The mission of CIRENE is to make possible an early detection to target neuro-developmental problems in order to direct the child and his family towards the appropriate resource.
FUNCTIONS : The clinical coordinator will support the interveners to facilitate first-level screening for neurocognitive development disorders. Jointly with the interveners, the coordinator will analyze the demands and needs of children undergoing screening at the institution. He ensures that a translation service is available and meets the needs of the evaluation. He will provide support jointly with the referring intervener in relation to the various questionnaires. He will refer the patient and his family to the service(s) required to improve the child’s situation. He will identify and document the needs that emerge from the analysis of the questionnaire in a report.
Must hold a Bachelor's degree in Nursing, Social Work, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy or any other profession in the same field;
Member of his Professional Order;
A certificate in community health would be an asset;
Minimum of two (2) years clinical experience in child development (0-5);
Knowledge related to screening scales and tests in the areas, and neurological and psychiatric development;
Experience in remote areas will be an asset; Knowledge of Inuit culture and values will be an asset;
Have the ability to work with Microsoft software;
Bilingual English / French, spoken and written; knowledge of Inuktitut is an asset;
Demonstrate skills to motivate staff and innovate in their approaches;
Ability to work in consultation with community interveners;
Ability to intervene in a systemic and interdisciplinary approach;
Enthusiasm and motivation to participate in change processes;
Initiative, creativity, autonomy and good communication;
Ability to manage stress well (self control);
Knowledge with screening scales and tests in the fields or neurodevelopment and psychiatry;
Possess good communication skills both individually and in groups;
Available to do training sessions;
Available for traveling in villages;
Valid driver's license;
Available day, evening, night and weekend for on-call duty outside regular working hours, if needed.
SALARY : Minimum : 919.80$/week Maximum : 1646.40$/week
ISOLATION PREMIUM : 199.67 $ or 351.95 $ / week, as per the family status
HIGH LIVING COST : 59.14$ / week, or as per the family status
RETENTION PREMIUM : 114.99$ / week or as per the number of years of service (up to March 31, 2020)
If you have a desire of a professional 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 his duties, shall be entitled to : three or four vacation trips per year (as per the family status), housing provided free of charge (transit or shared lodging if necessary) moving and storage expenses. We invite you to visit the following Website, you will find additional information about our Health Center : www.health-social-services.ca IMPORTANT INFORMATION : If you are now 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".
Send your application in French and English by email : firstname.lastname@example.org