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CLINICAL ACTIVITIES SPECIALIST (clinical supervisor) 1000-619

Ungava Tulattavik Health Centre, Kuujjuaq
2021 January 22

Youth Protection – Kuujjuaq
STATUS : Temporary full time replacement for an approximate period of one year (35h/week)
IMMEDIATE SUPERIOR : Director of Youth Protection
STARTING DATE : January 30th 2021

FUNCTIONS: A person who, under the authority of the Director of Youth Protection, makes regular clinical supervision of the youth protection staff. Holds meetings of clinical supervision: individual supervision every two weeks and group supervision as needed. With clinical staff, will ensure the development and revision of intervention plans, review reports and file closure reports. Orients clinical staff in identifying customer needs and the choice of appropriate intervention strategies to problematic situations. Supports the clinical staff through training in intervention strategies with clients. Participates in the identification of training needs of staff in collaboration with the manager in place. Ensures that his employees maintain the monitored activities and reports to date, and that, for each of their cases. Overhauls situations under the responsibility of his staff and provides guidance and adjustments required. Will provide clinical services to clients and their families in need. Will participate in the development of the program, clinical tools and continuous training. Will have to take on administrative tasks. Will also have to travel to support the teams in the communities.

Qualifications

Must withhold Bachelor Degree in Human Sciences such as : Social Work or Psycho-Education

Being a membre of l’Ordre des travailleurs sociaux et des thérapeutes conjugaux et familiaux du Québec OR ‘Ordre des psychoéducateurs et psychoéducatrices du Québec’ is an asset.

Has theoretical and practical knowledge of the Youth Protection Act including adoption, of the concept of protection, of the Youth Criminal Justice Act and of the Health Services and Social Services Act

Have at least 5 years’ experience working with youth and their families in a well-defined clinical intervention

Have at least 3 years’ experience in a community-based

Have at least 3 years’ experience working in a framework based on the community

Have experience in supervision

Ability to communicate correctly in English, French and ideally in Inuktitut

Ability to adapt to a different culture and environment

Capacity of working in a context of emergency, instability, and pressure

Capacity of working in a team; discreet, autonomous, empathetic, diplomatic, responsible, with good listening skills, plus initiative, rigorousness and good judgment

Respect for clientele and respect for the authority

 

Conditions and benefits

SALARY : Min.: 883.75$ / week Max.: 1,582.70$ /week
NORTHERN PREMIUM : 191.93$ or 338.29$/week, as per the family status
HIGH COST OF LIVING PREMIUM : 59.14$/week or as per the family status
CSN RETENTION PREMIUM : 114.99$/week


Any employee recruited in Québec 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 a lodging unit that may be a transit or shared apartment if necessary.

Additional details

Please send your application by email: emploi.cstu@ssss.gouv.qc.ca

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