CLSC – Psychosocial services
STATUS: Temporary full time (35 hours/week)
IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Director of Community Services
DÉBUT DE LA FONCTION: As soon as possible
Under the authority of the Director of Community Services, the Clinical activities specialist’s role is one of clinical expert and advisor for the CLSC psychosocial workers. This person contributes to quality control and evaluation of the psychosocial services. His or her principal intervention areas are as follows:
Professional supervision and support for psychosocial workers;
The quality of the professional act (intervention practices, PI-PSI, record keeping, etc.)
The development and implementation of protocols and procedures, in accordance with standards of practices, aimed to improve the services offered to the population;
Support for standardizing practices and maintaining a continuum of services across all community services (service access, support for ICLSC, collaborating in waiting list management, etc.,);
Support’s psychosocial workers related to their client assignments, caseloads and their statistics from SIC+.
Identify training needs and support access to continuing education.
The clinical activities specialist works hand in hand with community services administrators in order to improve, implement, harmonize and better control the psychosocial practices. This person also participates in different working committees. He or she performs any other related tasks.
Must hold a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Criminology, Psychoeducation, Psychology or Sexology;
Must be an active member of his Professional Order;
Possess a minimum of 10 years of clinical experience in CLSC programs;
Minimum experience of one (1) year in clinical supervision in the Health and Social Network;
Know the cultural reality of northern regions;
Fluent in English and French (spoken and written); knowledge of the Inuktitut would be an asset;
Leadership, autonomy, sense of organization;
Good analysis and synthesis capacities;
Being able to create and maintain positive interpersonal relationships;
Ability to work and support remote psychosocial workers
Must be ready to travel inside the territory, if needed;
Capacity to adapt to a different culture and a demanding environment englobing multiple mandates
Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint.
SALARY: Min: 883.75$ / Week Max: 1582.70 / Week
Any person recruited in Quebec, more than 50 kilometers away from the locality in which she is called upon to perform her duties, will be granted annual trips and a lodging unit as per status, transit or shared lodging if necessary.
Please send your application along with an updated CV by email: firstname.lastname@example.org