The Inuulitsivik Health Centre, with more than 950 employees, is part of the Québec health and social services network in the Nunavik region. It provides front-line health and social services for the population of the Hudson subregion. The Inuit population is distributed among the seven communities along the Hudson Bay coast, from Kuujjuaraapik to Salluit.
Under the authority of the RTS/EO head of program, the person will be responsible of receiving and analyzing the signalements concerning the population of the different Hudson Bay communities. Furthermore, the person will intervene in crisis situations, proceed to supplementary verifications and ensure the quality of information related to users in PIJ. The person will be asked to work day and evening shift.
Person who, under the authority of the RTS/EO head of program, will be responsible for :
1. Receiving and processing reports (signalements) received by phone, email, fax or in person;
2. Receiving and answering to any information or consultation requests;
3. Gathering information relative to the report (signalement), proceeding to supplementary verifications and deciding if a report (signalement) should be retained or not while establishing the priority of the situation;
4. Writing reports (signalements) and entering Info-Consultations, respecting the models in place in the establishment;
5. Entering received information in PIJ and verifying existing data related to users concerned by the reports (signalements) received;
6. Referring persons to appropriate services when necessary;
7. Ensuring a proper continuity of services by informing the different professionals working for the establishment, when necessary;
8. Carrying out the on-call shifts as per the established procedure;
9. Any other related duties at the request of his supervisor.
• Must have a diploma of college studies in social work techniques or social service techniques or another appropriate specialization from a school recognized by the Ministère de l’Éducation, du Loisir et du Sport. This job title also includes those who, after acquiring relevant experience, have a certificate of college studies in social work techniques or social service techniques.
• Practical and theoretical knowledge of the Youth Protection Act and the protection concept;
• Pertinent experience working with children and youth;
Conditions and benefits
• Fluent in French and English, spoken and written; fluency in Inuktitut will be considered an asset.
• Highly adaptable in a different environment and culture;
• Capacity to work under pressure in emergency and crisis context;
• Respect of the file confidentiality.
- Permanent full time position day/evening shift + on call, based in Puvirnituq
- Salary rate between 24.78$ and 35.67$ depending on experience
- Cargo allowance of $115.64 per week
- Isolation premium of $203.66 per week for a candidate without dependants and $358.99 per week for a candidate with dependants
- Retention premium from $114.99 per week
- Group insurance
- Furnished housing provided
- Moving and storage expenses reimbursed by the health centre
- Up to 16 weeks of vacation per year
*** Professionals working in the health and social services network may apply with their institution for northern leave without pay (up to 48 months) to work in Nunavik Additional details
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