Children's Day Program
Position Details: 0.87 FTE, Out of Scope, Permanent (follows EPSB School Calendar)
Competition Number: 20-056 (please quote when applying)
Closing Date: Open until a suitable candidate is found
Looking for a challenging position helping with children and adolescents with complex mental health issues? Want to work with a multi-disciplinary team including Speech-Language Pathologist, Occupational Therapist, Psychiatrists, Nurse(s), Psychologists, Social Workers and more? Looking for effective work-life balance – how does having the summers and all school holidays off? Then we have the position for you!
Join the innovative Children’s Day Program (CDP) team that is dynamic, collaborative and loves to have fun! The CDP team supports children and their families in grades 3 to 6 experiencing severe emotional, behavioral, learning and social difficulties in their home, school and community environments. The team is comprised of classroom behaviour specialists, a psychiatrist, a psychologist and an administrative assistant.
In collaboration with the Psychiatrist, the Clinical Lead provides leadership and expertise to the team and patients.
Key Responsibilities include:
Provides mental health care to children (assessment, diagnosis and psychotherapy) in a school and family-based environment
Individual, family and group psychotherapies.
Provides clinical supervision and coaching based on best practice models.
Facilitates collaborative relationships and effective transitions across programs and to community schools.
Contributes to the development and leads the implementation of program practice standards, policies and procedures and changes in practice within the program clinical model.
Identifies quality improvement opportunities and contributes to planning and implementing quality improvement initiatives.
Works collaboratively with the education team to provide and/or facilitate clinical education and skills training
Collaborates with the Program Manager during the performance appraisal process of team members by providing clinical performance feedback.
Masters degree in Psychology, Social Work (psychosocial intervention designation is required), or Occupational Therapy.
Current registration with relevant professional body.
Minimum of 5 years of clinical practice experience in child and adolescent mental health assessment and treatment.
Excellent communication and problem solving skills.
Respect for other disciplines and an ability to work collaboratively with multidisciplinary teams.
Strong staff development skills to optimize team functioning.
Experience in research and program evaluation desirable.
Access to a reliable vehicle, as travel is required.
Salary: $77,791 - $98,544
We are a learning organization that promotes and provides educational opportunities for staff.
Our employee benefit package consists of excellent extended health and dental benefits – including acupuncture and massage - life insurance, short term and long term disability. These benefits and more are available to you after your first 90 days with CASA.
We appreciate your interest in CASA Child, Adolescent and Family Mental Health. However, only those applicants selected for interviews will be contacted. CASA is an Equal Opportunity Employer that is committed to providing employment opportunities to all individuals. CASA is not currently accepting unsolicited resumes from search firms. Only those candidates permissible to work in Canada are applicable to this position.
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