Applications are invited for the position of Clinical Team Leader (CTL) with Livingstone Range School Division No. 68. Anticipated start date to be determined through consultation with the successful candidate.
Livingstone Range School Division is located in the southwestern corner of Alberta encompassing fourteen schools in the communities of Nanton, Stavely, Claresholm, Granum, Fort Macleod, Pincher Creek, Lundbreck and Crowsnest Pass. Within our Division, we also have thirteen Hutterite Schools.
The Clinical Team Leader works in collaboration with the School-Based Team, Division Programs & Services Team, and community agencies to assist in the development of supports for students and classrooms. Involving a collaborative approach, a continuum of preventative, developmental, remedial and intervention services are provided to students to support learning.
Pathways Home Assessment Program is expanding their service delivery to serve all areas of the province from Calgary to Northern Alberta. With Children Services contracts established in regions: Calgary, Central, Edmonton, Northwest, Northcentral and Northeast, the program is seeking to contract Home Study Practitioners to join our Pathways team. This position is best suited to those supplementing their primary income or prefer casual work.
Night Wind Treatment Centres (NWTC) is a residential treatment centre for Indigenous girls and young women aged 8-17. NWTC offers healing support through a safe and nurturing environment, intensive group and individual therapy, and the integration of cultural teachings. NWTC is transitioning to NMT trauma informed care and this is an exciting time for a talented and enthusiastic Therapist to join our team.
The successful candidate will manage a caseload of up to 12 clients, provide ongoing group and individual therapy, and work in consultation with other staff to provide a comprehensive treatment plan for the clients we serve. NWTC is a peaceful 30 minute drive north of St. Albert.
Unlimited Potential Community Services empowers individuals and families to reach their full
potential and enhance community well-being.
Unlimited Potential Community Services is committed to supporting Indigenous children, youth and families on their sacred path towards wellness. Unlimited Potential Community Services invites applicants with a good understanding of the Indigenous Culture, wisdom, history, and issues faced by Indigenous Peoples.
Our goal is support each child and family to reach their full potential.
HCL Social Care is working exclusively on behalf of Oxfordshire County Council in England, who are looking for experienced and talented Children’s and Adult’s Social Workers.
We will offer you:
• £30,785 - £35,444 per year
• Your relocation expenses of up to £8,000 covered
• 24 days of paid holidays a year plus eight public holidays
• Great professional development opportunities
• Robust induction and training
• Excellent pension scheme
• Opportunities to become a Senior Practitioner and/or move in to management and leadership
We'd love to help you start your career in England. Please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be in touch to book you in for a telephone or Skype interview.
Living Well Counselling Services Inc. is currently in the process of hiring part-time contractors in Calgary, Alberta.
Potential Candidates will:
-Have experience counselling clients with a variety of concerns
-Be a spiritually sensitive therapist, with a holistic approach to treatment, and will be able to describe succinctly what this means and how it is incorporated in their treatment. Being a professing Christian is an asset, to accommodate client requests for a Christian therapist, but not mandatory
-Have a desire to be in private practice, will work well independently and have their own professional supports in place (case consult groups, professional networks, supervisor)
-Will be teachable, and will demonstrate an openness to lifelong learning
The Faculty of Social Work invites applications for term certain Sessional Instructors in our Calgary, Central and Northern Alberta Region, and Southern Alberta Region during the Winter, Spring, and Summer 2018 sessions.
The faculty offers face-to-face, blended and online classes to students in our BSW and MSW programs. Our areas of study include, but are not limited to: field education (including field supervision), child welfare, international social work, mental health, community organizations, social policy, social justice, group practice, social work with Indigenous peoples, clinical practice and addictions.
The Clinician will work with clients who exhibit challenging behaviours related to Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Oppositional Defiance Disorder, Reactive Attachment Disorder, Autism, Tourette’s syndrome or other developmental delays. They will assess a youth’s behaviour using standardized developmental tests and observation. They will design behavioural skills teaching or intervention programs to discourage negative behaviours and promote positive ones. The Clinician will also provide advice and support to staff and the Treatment Team in managing a youth’s behaviour, provide training sessions for staff development and provide input into the policies around programming provided.
The Clinician will work with Shift Leaders and the Program Manager and will report directly to the Director.
Wage to be negotiated based on education and experience
Elk Island Child & Youth Ranch is located 40 minutes east of Edmonton, 20 minutes east of Fort Saskatchewan in Lamont, Alberta. Please consider the travel distance before applying.
Operating since 1969, Vecova provides a wide range of supports and services for individuals with developmental disabilities and diverse needs. We exist to create a society where persons with disabilities are valued and integral members.
Joining Vecova as a Community Resource Practitioner (CRP) means becoming an important part of our dedicated team. CRP’s at Vecova provide excellent services and supports to adults with disabilities in a variety of settings; they require strong organizational skills and the ability to establish collaborative and effective relationships with others.
In our ultra-complex behavioural needs group home, in addition to a developmental disability, clients need additional supports due to complex behavioural needs, or a mental health diagnoses. This involves a 24-hour staffing model to help provide support to our clients, creating positions for our team members to work during the day, evening, night (awake), weekdays and weekends.
Community Links is a non-profit agency providing a variety of programs and services that meet the needs of community members in all stages of life… from birth to seniorsOur Community Development Services Department is seeking a 0.8 FTE Outreach Community Support Worker serving the North Rocky View Region.
Location Lima, Peru
Start Date Sep - Nov 2017 (flexible)
Length of Placement 12 Months
Language Requirements Spanish
Spanish Reading: Level 4, Writing: Level 4, Speaking: Level 4
Language Scale: http://www.cusointernational.org/languageratingscale
Please submit a Spanish Cover Letter and Statement of Interest
Open to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents of Canada only
The Volunteer’s Role
We’re looking for a talented and passionate social communicator!
As a volunteer, you’ll be working with DEMUS –one of Peru’s most prominent feminist NGOs– to provide technical assistance in the implementation of campaigns to promote a life free from violence and sexual autonomy of women: "Déjala decidir" (Let her decide), 2074 y más (2074 and more), and especially "Un hombre no viola" (A Man Does Not Rape) which aims at achieving zero-tolerance to sexual violence.
This volunteer placement will be located out of DEMUS's office in Lima, Peru’s bustling and diverse capital, where you will work with a dedicated and talented team of feminist lawyers, sociologists and psychologists! It’s a great small-team environment, with plenty of opportunity to lead and learn.
As a volunteer, you will:
- Support the implementation of the campaigns, including augmenting initiatives in regions where Cuso International works: Lima, Cusco, and Tarapoto.
- Support the elaboration of internal and external communicational materials for DEMUS campaigns, especially the campaign "Un hombre no viola."
- Social media management support.
- Support the on-going analysis, monitoring, and evaluation of the campaigns.
- Support the compilation of statistical data on GBV.
Unlimited Potential Community Services empowers individuals and families to reach their full potential and enhance community well-being.
CASUAL CHILD YOUTH CARE WORKER
Position: Casual Child Youth Care Worker – Wetaskiwin/Ponoka/Red Deer, AB
At Unlimited Potential Community Services we provide ongoing group care treatment services and educational programs to emotionally and behaviorally troubled children and adolescents, including those with FASD and addictions. Our clients, who range from 6 to 18 years of age, live in a residential, therapeutic setting.
HCL Social Care is working exclusively on behalf of Oxfordshire County Council in England, who are looking for experienced and talented Adult’s Social Workers with experience.
We will offer you:
- £30,785 - £35,444 per year
- Your relocation expenses of up to £8,000 covered
- 24 days of paid holidays a year plus eight public holidays
- Great professional development opportunities
- Robust induction and training
- Excellent pension scheme
- Opportunities to become a Senior Practitioner and/or move in to management and leadership
Through the Bridge House Program the Intensive Case Manager will provide system navigation, safety planning and housing supports to families experiencing domestic abuse in the Bow Valley. This position will also provide counselling and supports to people experiencing intimate partner violence using a trauma sensitive, anti-oppressive, feminist framework. The 3 main areas of focus are as follows:
- Housing and supports
- Crisis management, advocacy and referral
- Counselling and safety planning
The Specialist, Organ Donation functions as an integral part of the ODHD Team, and as a provincial resource to critical care providers, assisting them through the various stages of organ donation and transplantation, including donor assessment and family support. This position is also responsible for the compilation and analysis of data for Quality Assurance, and for the formal development and delivery of educational programs on solid organ donation for health care professionals throughout the province of British Columbia (BC).