Full Time, Permanent
Thunder Bay
Posted 1 week ago
Positions available: 1
Closing date: September 28, 2021

Under the direction of the Director of Health, the Infant Child Development Service Manager is responsible for the planning, directing, monitoring and evaluation of infant and child development services directed towards children ages 0-6. This includes the overall management, clinical supervision and coordination of the activities of the Infant and Child Development staff to ensure that standards of professional conduct and quality care are maintained.  The Infant Child Development Service Manager provides leadership as a member of the multidisciplinary team and as a member of Dilico’s middle management team.

Qualifications and Requirements: A minimum three-year BSW is required; minimum five years experience in Children’s Mental Health Services preferably with 0-6 or related work with children, involving the development and implementation of infant and child development programming; experience in working with Anishinabek families and/or children ages 0-6 with developmental and/or mental health needs; experience in leadership, supervisory, interpersonal and decision-making skills.

Hours of Work: 35 hours per week

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Must have: Ability to work flexible hours as determined by the Director of Health or designates in relation to service delivery requirements;  a valid Ontario Driver’s licence is required; must have access to a personal vehicle; must hold a Standard First Aid/CPR Certificate; must complete a criminal records check; must complete a C.A.S. records check.

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.

Post expires at 3:00pm on Tuesday September 28th, 2021

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