SERVICE: Direction of Youth Protection - Kuujjuaq
STATUS: Permanent full-time position (35 hours/week)
SUPERVISOR: Director of Youth Protection
STARTING DATE: A soon as possible
Under the authority of the Director of Youth Protection, the person will; perform activities of evaluation, analysis towards ending the compromising situation of the client; ensure and conduct activities related to revising as stated by the Youth Protection Law; participate to optimize accessibility to the services offered, efficiency of reception, to permit appropriate intervention and treatments that respond to the client’s needs, in collaboration with YP / LCSC / Rehabilitation interveners of seven points of service on the Ungava coast.
Specific responsibilities include:
Revising the situation of children under the Director of Youth Protection responsibility in collaboration with YP / LCSC interveners;
Ensuring commitment of both the parents and child in the revision process;
Evaluating goals and required time frame of the interventions;
With the designated intervener, determining options and best measures to implement;
Playing an active role developing strategies towards collaboration within the establishment, animate workshops and meetings;
Ensuring conformity and respect of revision policies and procedures, collect statistical data for each client;
Providing administrative and clinical reports and performing any other tasks required by his/her superior.
Must be a member of l’Ordre des travailleurs sociaux et des thérapeutes conjugaux et familiaux du Québec OR l’Ordre des psychoéducateurs et psychoéducatrices du Québec OR l’Ordre des criminologues du Québec (in accordance with Law 24)
Must have a Bachelor degree in Social Work, Psychology, Educational Psychology or criminology.
Relevant clinical work experience in intervention with youth having difficulties;
Must detain at least 4 years of experience in youth protection services (Application of measures, evaluation/orientation or as a revisor)
Knowledge and mastering the application of the Youth Protection Law and other Laws related to Youth Centers;
Professional leadership, decisive, organizational skills, able to adapt to a different environment and culture;
Fluent in English and French (spoken and written), Inuktitut is an asset;
Ability to work within a multidisciplinary team and interested in sharing knowledge and experience with co-workers;
Must be available to travel regularly to the communities.
SALARY: Minimum: 897.05 $ Maximum: 1 661.80 $ / 35 hours
ISOLATION PREMIUM: 191.93 $ or 338.29 $ / week, as per the family status
RETENTION PREMIUM: 114.99$ / week
HIGH COST OF LIVING PREMIMUM: 59.14 $ /week or as per the family status
POSTING PERIOD: From July 24th to August 6th, 2019, inclusively
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 as per her/his status.