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Physiotherapist – early action (Kuujjuaq) 4000-446

Ungava Tulattavik Health Centre, Kuujjuaq
2022 December 02

Physiotherapist – Early Action

STATUS : Temporary part-time position (35h / week)
IMMEDATE SUPERVISOR : Head of programs Physical Rehabilitation
STARTING DATE : As soon as possible

The Ungava Tulattavik Health Center is implementing the Early Action Early Detection Program for Young Children. You want to come and take up a challenge and build a new service with us, it will be a stimulating and interesting challenge.

DESCRIPTION :
The person is part of the CLSC team, works directly with children and their families and may have to intervene in the child's various living environments (home, daycare, school). She travels to communities to do assessments and treatment plans, as well as awareness and education activities with community members. In a multidisciplinary context, she carries out assessments and works mainly with children 0-7 years old who show signs of developmental delays.

FUNCTIONS :
Evaluates gross motor skills;
Determines a treatment and intervention plan and ensures its implementation;
Participate with the team in screening for developmental delays and in supporting children in collaboration with families and childcare centers;
Organizes stimulation activities and early intervention in individual and group situations;
Works in concert with the various stakeholders in the community;
Participate in the revision of intervention plans and programs in collaboration with the other members of the Early Action program team.

 

Qualifications

Must hold a university degree in occupational therapy;
Must be a member of the Professional Order of Occupational Therapists of Quebec;
Minimum of two years of clinical experience;
Knowledge of the development of children 0-7 years old and of screening and assessment tools;
Knowledge of neurodevelopmental disorders;
Experience in early stimulation or intervention;
French and English bilingualism required both oral and written, knowledge of Inuktitut will be an asset;
Experience in remote areas will be an asset;
Knowledge of Inuit culture and values ​​will be an asset;
Ability to work in concert with the various stakeholders in the community;
Ability to teach and provide training to local stakeholders;
Available to travel to the communities of the Ungava Coast;
Must have a valid driver's license. 


 

Conditions and benefits

SALARY : Min.: $933.10/week           Max.: 1,729.00 $/week
ISOLATION PREMIUM : $203.66.67 per week - or as per the family status
HIGH COST OF LIVING : $61.16.14 per week or more, as per the family status
RETENTION PREMIUM : $114.99 per week

Any employee recruited in Quebec more than 50 kilometers from the locality in which she/he is called upon to perform her/his duties, will be granted annual trips and lodging unit (Transit or shared house if required).

Additional details

SEND YOUR APPLICATION TO by email : emploi.cstu@ssss.gouv.qc.ca

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