Association canadienne-française de l’Ontario, Conseil régional des Mille-Îles
Published
April 9, 2019
Duration / Durée
Contract / Contrat
Salary / Salaire
$57,884 - $61,141
Hours / Heures
35 hours per week.
Start Date / Date de rentrée
As soon as possible - Dès que possible
How to Apply / Comment appliquer
By Email/ Par courriel
Please Specify / Veuillez spécifier (e.g. info@acfomi.org)
jeikre@youthdiversion.org
Advertised until / Annoncé jusqu'au
April 23, 2019 at 4:00 pm
Company Phone / Téléphone de la compagnie
(613)548-4535
Company Address / Adresse de la compagnie
559 Bagot Street
City / Ville
Kingston
Company Location (Other) / Emplacement de la compagnie (Autre)
Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington

Description

The Clinical Case Manager is responsible for managing a clinical case load, intake and assessment of needs, developing individualized support plans and implementing and coordinating program plans for participants.  Presently our clients are experiencing a need of additional supports while awaiting appropriate services and to access referrals to services in our community. As a result, we have expanded our Intersections Program to create the role of an Intersections Clinical Case Manager. Upon referral from police or family and children services, the Clinical Case Manager will provide direct services to the clients pending the successful referral. The Intersections Clinical Case Manager will provide interim clinical support while the child is awaiting services from the referral.

The Clinical Case Manager shall be responsible for engaging, screening, assessing and referring children, youth and their families to appropriate support services in the community. Responsibilities include effective communication and liaison with stakeholders, fostering team work and collaboration, demonstrating culturally competent service and confidentiality as the norms.  Additionally suitable candidates should expect to engage in ongoing client advocacy and support, as required.

Skills & Experience / Compétences & expérience

EDUCATION & REQUIREMENTS:
• Master of Social Work or equivalent Master’s degree in a Regulated Health Profession is preferred,
consideration to be given to applicants with a University degree in Social Work with an appropriate
combination of applicable work experience and certifications.
• Current unrestricted registration with applicable regulatory body, must be able to perform the controlled act
of psychotherapy.
• Optimally, three years experience engaging in client-centred work with vulnerable children/youth, specifically
those with mental health concerns, addictions, and developmental disabilities in related role supporting
children, youth and families
• Additional training in family and individual counselling with children and youth, utilizing a variety of
therapeutic approaches and clinical practices such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
• An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered

QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS:
• Registered Psychotherapist, Social Worker or equivalent, suitable candidate must be able to perform the
controlled act of psychotherapy
• Experience developing and implementing cognitive behavioural therapies for adolescents
• Interview clients to assess their situation and determine the types of services required and develop
individualized client programs
• Provide counselling and therapy to help clients resolve social and personal problems
• Refer clients to agencies and services that provide support in the areas of mental health, education, housing,
recreation, child services and other services
• Act as an advocate for client groups in the community
• Evaluate the effectiveness of counselling and social programs
• Broad knowledge of mental illness, diagnosis, and treatment
• Sound knowledge of community services for children, youth and families
• Knowledge and training in suicide assessment and intervention
• Knowledge of relevant legislation, Child & Family Services Act, Youth Criminal Justice Act and Occupational
Health & Safety Act
• Strong clinical assessment and treatment skills, proven communication, organizational and interpersonal skills
and the ability to work effectively as a team member
• Experience with delivery of formal and informal training and presentations, and experience with hosting case
conferences
• Knowledge of trauma-informed therapeutic approaches
• Skills and cultural competency in working with a diverse range of cultures particularly with First Nations, Métis
and Inuit
• Possess excellent documentation skills relating to Client Records and Case Managing following appropriate
reporting procedures
• High level of accountability and sensitivity for confidential information;
• Computer skills in using applications such as Word, Excel, Powerpoint and the use of Client Information
Systems Database;
• Ability to work independently along with strong willingness to work within a collaborative team environment

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
• Up to date immunization status according to national standards, including Hep B and a two-step TB protocol
completed once
• Current First Aid / CPR-C certificate
• French language proficiency considered an asset. Bilingual candidates please indicate on your resume your
level of French Language proficiency both oral and written
• Valid Class “G” driver’s licence and references are required. The use of a reliable vehicle with required
insurance is essential in meeting the demands of the job
• A current Vulnerable Sector Police Records Check will be required
• The position requires the successful applicant to work flexible hours and travel throughout the Kingston,
Frontenac, and Lennox & Addington counties. With ability to travel up to northern communities within the
catchment area in order to provide outreach services

Other Comments / Autres commentaires

Application Process:
Applications will be received no later than April 23, 2019 by 4:00pm. We request that all submit cover letter and resume by email with the subject line “Intersections Clinical Case Manager” clearly indicating how you meet the qualifications by email and addressed to:

The Hiring Committee
Email: jeikre@youthdiversion.org

Youth Diversion invites applications from all qualified individuals. Youth Diversion is committed to employment equity and diversity in the workplace and welcomes applications from women, visible minorities, First Nations and Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, and persons of any sexual orientation or gender identity. In accordance with Canadian Immigration requirements, priority will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents.

Comments / Commentaires

The Youth Diversion Program is a charitable organization which has offered service to youth in the Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington area since 1974.

The goals of the organization are to help youth overcome challenges by: providing individualized services to divert youth from risk; offering both intervention and prevention services; and, working collaboratively and in partnership with youth, their families and our community.

The agency is comprised of various prevention and intervention programs such as our Mentoring, Rebound, Youth Justice Police and Court Diversion, Early Intervention Intersections, Suspension & Expulsion School program, Addictions and Substance use counselling, School based mediation program and Outreach services.