Mental Health and Addictions
INTENSIVE FAMILY WELLNESS WORKERS
Clinical and Counseling Services
Location: Thunder Bay
Closing Date: Open until filled.
The Intensive Family Wellness Worker will ensure the current development, treatment, and psycho-social needs of children, youth, and families are met by actively participating in the provision of assessment and treatment. The primary responsibility of this position is to provide evidence-based clinical counseling services for children, youth and families that are consistent with the philosophy , approach, goals and learning environment established by Dilico Anishinabek Family Care, which will ensure the social, emotional and physical well-being of children, youth, and families.
Qualifications and Requirements: A minimum BSW, BA, or HBa degree is required. A HBSW Degree is preferred. Three or more years experience in the provision of counselling services to Anishinabek children, youth, and their families is preferred. Candidates without the specific education qualifications and where the position does not require certified qualification to practice, but who possess an appropriate combination of experience and other academic qualifications will also be considered.
Hours of Work: 32.5 hours per week
Must have: Must possess a satisfactory Criminal Records Search; ability to work flexible hours as determined by the Clinical Services Management circle in relation to service requirements; must posses a Class “G” Driver’s License and have access to a personal vehicle; a valid Standard First Aid/CPR Certificate is recommended; complete and maintain certification in the Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths Assessment (CANS) and other relevant Ministry of Children and Youth Services initiatives.
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Only those considered for an interview will be contacted.
Dilico is committed to diversity in the workplace and encourages applications from all qualified candidates.
Dilico gives preference to Anishinabek people.