Our establishment is part of the Quebec health and social services network. We offer the same working conditions: an advantageous hourly rate, fringe benefits that improve the hourly rate to cover statutory vacations and sick leave, 4 weeks of vacation after one year of service, group insurance and an excellent defined benefit pension plan. Government and Public Employees Retirement Plan (RREGOP).
Ullivik, Montreal Children's Hospital, McGill University Health Centre
A person who performs design, orientation, consultation, updating, analysis and evaluation activities in one or more social programs.
Under the authority of Ullivik (Inuulitsivik Health Centre), the incumbent provides a full range of professional social work services to beneficiaries under 18 years of age who are residents of Nunavik and receiving services in pediatrics or child psychiatry in MONTREAL.
- Facilitates the hospital process for the family by offering psychological support and concrete and effective assistance;
- Welcomes families and explains to them how the hospital system works, as well as the resources and services to which they are entitled;
- Conducts a psychosocial assessment to determine the needs of the patient and/or the family and establish the requirements to be met. Identifies potential difficulties and risks for the person and assesses his or her ability to adapt ;
- Helps the family find appropriate resources in Montreal and the region 17 ;
- Liaises with Ullivik as well as northern communities. Ensures that individuals receive the services intended for them.
- Must have a first university degree with a final degree in social work
- Be a member of the Ordre des travailleurs sociaux du Québec)
- Minimum of 5 years work experience in pediatrics in Nunavik and in a university environment.
- Excellent knowledge of psychosocial problems
- Experience working with clients suffering from addiction (an asset)
- Functional knowledge of the Office suite (Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel), e-mail and Internet software.
- Good knowledge of the Nunavik health network; culture and traditional life.
- Skills for interpersonal relations, teamwork and collaboration with various stakeholders.
- Dynamist, autonomy and sense of responsibility.
- Good judgment and sense of organization and planning.
- Bilingualism required in two (2) of the three (3) languages in use in Nunavik (English, Inuktitut, French).
We thank all those who apply, but only those selected for an interview will be contacted. If your professional experience has evolved since your last visit, we invite you to attach your resume in order to highlight your entire career path.
Temporary full time position 1 year with possibility of extensionAdditional details
PUBLISHING DATE: August 26 to September 8, 2020
Interested candidates must ensure that their application is received in the office of Marie-Pierre Bergeron, Human Resources Advisor, no later than September 8, 2020. 695 Orly Avenue, Dorval, QC H9P 1G1, Fax 514.789.2622