The Inuulitsivik Health Centre, with more than 950 employees, is part of the Québec health and social services network (Nunavik region). It provides front-line health and social services, notably for prevention, evaluation, diagnostics and treatment, rehabilitation and support, for the population of the Hudson subregion of roughly 7 000 persons. Moreover, it provides services related to youth protection and assumes the administration of Ullivik, located in Dorval, for the Nunavik region. The Ullivik’s mission is to receive Inuit travelling to Montréal to receive health services in participating institutions. The Inuit population is spread among seven communities along the Hudson coast, from Kuujjuaraapik to Salluit.
Under the authority of the Youth Protection Director, The person uses his/her knowledge, experience and professional skills to review, on a periodic basis and in accordance with the Youth Protection Act, the situation of children and adolescents entrusted to the Inuulitsivik Health Center.
Several people work closely with the reviewer. Periodically, a report on the development of a youth’s situation and of his/her parents is presented to him/her. The reviewer meets with the family, interveners and partners concerned by the situation of the youth being monitored under the Youth Protection Act to review and decide on the orientation.The person reviews the situation of a child and decides whether to continue or close the file under the Youth Protection Act. It sanctions the choice of protection regime, the applicable voluntary measures and the recommendations to be made to the Youth Chamber.
The auditor's decision is notably guided by the recommendations of the interveners responsible for the application of the measures and the implementation of the intervention plan.
The review can be interactive, that is, being held in the presence of parents, child and partners. The reviewer may be called upon to participate in case discussions.
He/She writes the various reports and forms related to her duties.
She is a key person in the planning and organization of the court, youth chamber. Assist or support new employees on their training; Every other task at the request of his superior.
- Bachelor university degree in social work or any other appropriate discipline;
- Be a member of the Order of Social Workers and Marriage and Family Therapist of Quebec (OTSTCFQ) or of the Order of Psychoeducators of Quebec (OPPQ) or the Order of Criminologists.
- Minimum of five years of work experience in functions directly related to the application of the Youth Protection Act;
- In-depth knowledge of the Youth Protection Act and mastery of the concept of protection;
- Good clinical knowledge in the field of psychosocial intervention;
- Ability to exercise a role of authority, leadership and professional autonomy;
- Great ease of verbal and written expression in English and French;
- Ability to adapt quickly to a different environment and culture;
Hourly rate between $25.63 and $47.48;
Possibility of travel up North, at the request of the Director.
Professionals who are currently in the health and social services network can request a northern unpaid leave (up to 48 months) from their institution to work in Nunavik*** Additional details
Christiane Alary, Agente de gestion de personnel