Job Posting 101599

Integrated Case Manager
Sanare Centre
Southern Alberta
Medicine Hat, AB
closed 2 days ago (Fri, 21 Jun)
full time - temporary / contract  •  $25.00 - $30.00 /hr

Join the Sanare Centre team as a Case Manager and play a crucial role in providing trauma-informed support to clients referred to our Integrated Case Management Program. You'll be responsible for offering information, advocacy, and referrals in a compassionate, strength-based, and person-centred manner. Whether interacting in person, virtually, or over the phone, you'll be part of a dynamic, multidisciplinary team dedicated to supporting those impacted by trauma.


Position Responsibilities

Assessment & Case Planning:

  • Develop individualized case plans with clients based on needs assessments, identifying risks, strengths, and goals.

Case Management & System Navigation:

  • Assist with concerns identified through assessment processes to ensure necessary resources or referrals are available.
  • Establish and maintain collaborative relationships with external service and support agencies.
  • Provide advocacy on behalf of clients in interactions with external supports as needed.
  • Conduct ongoing evaluation of case plan progress and adapt to changing needs and goals.

Counselling Readiness:

  • Engage in discussions and provide information about counselling readiness and the counselling process.
  • Support client transition from the Integrated Case Management program to other programs/services.

Emotional Regulation & Coping:

  • Support clients in developing emotional regulation and coping skills, including problem-solving, grounding techniques, containment strategies, cognitive restructuring, and stress management.

Psychoeducation:

  • Deliver psychoeducation sessions to enhance clients' understanding of sexual violence, trauma impact, and coping strategies.

Qualifications

Perspective/Character:

  • Maintain comprehensive client records and files.
  • Efficient in MS Office, databases, and HR systems.
  • Outstanding communication and people skills.
  • Premium time management and organizational skills.
  • Demonstrate compassion through non-judgmental words and actions.
  • Cultural sensitivity and competence in addressing diverse populations' needs.
  • Ability to obtain and maintain Criminal and Child/Youth Intervention Record Checks is required.

Education:

  • Bachelor's degree in Human Services, Social Work, or equivalent experience.
    NOTE: registration with a regulating body would be considered an asset.
  • Previous work experience within a social work or not-for-profit setting is ideal but optional.

Skills & Other Requirements:

  • Experience in conducting assessments (needs assessments, risk assessments).
  • Strong understanding of sexual violence trauma and its impact.
  • Willingness to create and support, safe, and inclusive spaces.
  • Strong relationship-building and communication skills.
  • Knowledge of community resources, systemic barriers, and discrimination.
  • Exceptional critical thinking, problem-solving, and conflict-resolution skills.
  • Ability to maintain strong professional boundaries.
  • Reliable vehicle and valid driver's license.
  • Ability to obtain and maintain a RCMP Enhanced Status security clearance.

Suppose you are passionate about making a difference in the lives of those impacted by trauma and possess the skills and qualifications outlined above. In that case, we invite you to apply for this rewarding opportunity.

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