Job Posting 94496

Service Planning Coordinator
York Support Services Network
York / Durham area
240 Edward Street, Unit #3, Aurora ON L4G 3S9
closed 2 days ago (Tue, 30 May)
full time - temporary / contract

One Full Time Contract Position to March 31, 2024 (with the possiblity of an extension or becoming permanent)

In this role, you will be working in collaboration with Children’s Treatment Network to ensure service integration for children and their families with multiple special needs

Service Planning Coordinators will support families of children and youth with multiple and/or complex special needs by acting as one identifiable point of contact for the development of a coordinated service plan that recognizes all of their service needs and builds on their child or youth’s strengths. Service Planning Coordinators will be family centered and will support the client, family and team to identify and set meaningful goals and engage in the integrated and coordinated service planning process.

The position also hosts Brief Resource and Support Services to provide short term support to families. This service will be held across various locations in York Region. This service provides families with 1:1 support to learn more about the resources and services that are available in the community.

This position will facilitate an inter-agency team approach to the development and monitoring of a comprehensive integrated plan of care that is child and family centred. The Service Planning Coordinator will also facilitate internal and external team development by understanding the Children’s Treatment Network system: its services, agencies and roles, and making meaningful connections with and amongst team members.

Position Requirements

  • Bachelors degree in Social Work or related discipline (i.e. Health Sciences)

  • Minimum three years related experience

  • Experience working with multiple special needs children, youth and their families

  • Completion of referral forms, the provision of information/resources both generic and specialized and to facilitate access to all children’s services

  • Experience with developing an integrated service plan

  • Experience working with team members from multiple children’s sectors

  • Experience with team facilitation and leadership

  • Francophone or second language is considered an asset

  • Understanding of cultural diversity and second language skills are considered assets

  • The successful applicant will be required to provide a police clearance that meets agency standards

  • A valid driver’s license, adequate insurance coverage for business purposes and regular use of a reliable vehicle


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