Under the general direction and supervision of the Director of Community Services:
delivers high quality support services to families of young persons in conflict with the
law in their homes and schools and the community at large; safeguards the legal rights
of the family and advocates for their needs; supervises field placement students as
required; transport family in your personal vehicle as required to assist the family in
meeting their goals and to enhance their success. Works with various community
agencies, performing these and other duties as may be required on a flexible schedule.
Skills & Experience / Compétences & expérience
-A minimum of two years’ experience working with youth and significant
experience delivering programming to family units. Must be able to demonstrate
a strong clinical background and knowledge of community based programming.
-Positive philosophy and approach with clients. Strong counselling and clinical
skills. Ability to develop and implement cognitive behavioural programs. Ability
to work independently.
-Willingness to work unconventional and flexible hours.
-Valid Ontario G driver’s license and offence-free driving record;
Driver’s Abstract required.
-Criminal reference check declared suitable for vulnerable sector employment
-Current immunization status to national standards, including proof of Two-step
-The successful candidate must achieve a score of 70% in the interview process.
-Asset Qualification: 6 months volunteer experience
-Personal Suitability: Positive attitude, Emotional Maturity, Tact and Patience and Commitment tp Professional Development
Other Comments / Autres commentaires
Diane Irwin, Executive Director
St Lawrence Youth Association
817 Division Street
Kingston, ON K7K 4C2
By Friday, November 15th, 2019 3:00pm
Your cover letter must clearly identify how you meet the qualifications for this
position as posted.
St. Lawrence Youth Association values inclusivity and diversity in the workplace. We encourage applicantsfrom diverse backgrounds, and are committed to providing accessible employment practices that are incompliance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (“AODA”). If contacted regarding thiscompetition, please advise the hiring committee member of the accommodation measures which must be takento enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.