One (1) full-time permanent positions - 35 hours/week
The incumbent will always work according to the principles of health promotion and the determinants of health. S/he will offer psychosocial evaluations, assess needs in order to establish an intervention plan with the client based on clinical approaches, and offer individual and group interventions.
- Provide individual and/or group assessment and intervention services to adult clients
- Develop with the client an intervention plan according to his/her needs
- Participate in case discussions and service planning with internal and external partners
- Participate in the design and implementation of new programs to meet the clients ‘needs in the community: needs assessment, promotion and client recruitment
- Develop and facilitate awareness, prevention and intervention groups and workshops for adults and seniors, as well as recruit participants
- Organize activities aimed at raising awareness of mental health issues among adults and seniors
- Participate, as appropriate, in internal and community initiatives and committees aimed at improving the quality of life of clients with mental health issues
- Participate in the development and application of intervention models that ensure quality services (recognized clinical approaches)
- Liaise with community agencies to improve access to appropriate services in a timely manner
- Promote the overall development of mental health for the Francophone community
- Collaborate with the Volunteer Program Coordinator when required
- Prepare reports, maintain records and program statistics
- Participate in team meetings, staff meetings and other relevant meetings
- Participate in the clinical supervision program (individual and/or group)
- Performs any other duties as assigned by the supervisor.
Education, Experience and Specific Requirements:
- Bachelor's or Master's degree in social work, counselling or other university degree relevant to the practice of counselling and psychotherapy from a recognized institution
- Member in good standing of a Professional College (OCSWSSW or CRPO) or in process of registration
- A minimum of three years of relevant experience
- Experience and practice in counselling and/or psychotherapy
- In-depth understanding of mental health issues
- In-depth knowledge of psychosocial assessment and counseling techniques
- Ability to handle crises effectively
- Knowledgeable on the mental health community resources available
- Commitment to working co-operatively with clients and members of the interdisciplinary team
- Openness to the customs and habits of other cultures
- Excellent organization and interpersonal skills
- Knowledge and ability to use basic computer software
- Excellent knowledge of oral and written French and English
- Be willing to work flexible hours to meet the needs of clients
- Have access to a motor vehicle and hold a valid Ontario driver's license
- Proof of vaccination against COVID-19 (or a medical note for exemption) will be requested
Please send us your cover letter and resume written in French or English.
We will receive applications until the position is filled.
The CSC is committed to the principle of equal access to employment. Accommodations are available upon request. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.