Job Posting 88812

Clinical Coordinator
The Native Women's Shelter of Montreal
Montreal Metro area
closes in 11 days (Fri, 9 Dec)
full time  •  $36/hr

 

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

Clinical Coordinator

 

The Mission of the Native Women’s Shelter of Montreal is to provide a safe and supportive environment that strengthens cultural identity, self-esteem and independence for Indigenous women and their children.  Our vision is to achieve balance through empowered healing.

 

POSITION TITLE:                          Clinical Coordinator

           

TYPE OF POSITION:                     4 days a week

 

LOCATION:                                     CONFIDENTIAL (downtown Montreal)

 

SALARY:                                           $36.00 an hour

 

PROBATION:                                   Three (3) month probation period, after which an evaluation will be conducted.

                                                       

APPLICATION:                               Please send a cover letter, your Curriculum Vitae and two letters of reference to the attention of:

 

Nakuset, Executive Director

                                                           

Only those meeting the requirements will be contacted.

 

 

 

POSITION TITLE:              Clinical Coordinator

Duties and Responsibilities

Under the authority of the Executive Director, the Clinical Coordinator is responsible for the following tasks:

  • Provide guidance to staff in relation to their clinical duties.
  • Coordinate and chair weekly case management meetings with the resident psychotherapist
  • Assign clients to appropriate staff
  • Respond to crisis situations as they arise.
  • Obtain updates from staff on duty regarding clinical interventions
  • Provide support and discuss any difficulties or problems as they arise concerning clinical interventions
  • Selecting and supervise stagiaire students
  • Clinical training for new staff.
  • Compile yearly statistics for the Agence de la Sante et des Service Sociaux
  • Have a wellness plan in place to ensure personal well being
  • Advise staff on their clinical decisions.
  • React swiftly to emergencies and be on call.
  • Other related duties as required by the Executive Director.

Requirements

  • Must have a completed Masters degree in social work.
  • Must demonstrate team work competence.
  • Have strong leadership skills
  • Ability to meet deadlines with minimum supervision
  • Must be experienced with urban Indigenous populations
  • Bilingualism in French and English.
  • Have proficient computer skills.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Knowledge of an Indigenous language an asset.
  • Indigenous candidates will be given priority.

 

    Only the applicants meeting the requirements will be contacted.

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