Clinical Lead
Indigenous Services
CASA Fort Road

Position Details: 1.0 FTE, Out of Scope, Permanent

Competition Number: 19-070 (Please quote this number when applying)

Closing Date: Open until a suitable candidate is found


Looking for an exciting clinical position helping families work though complex mental health issues? Want to work with a multi-disciplinary team including Speech-Language Pathologist, Occupational Therapist, Child Psychiatrists, Nurse(s), Psychologists, Clinical Social Workers and more? Do you want to have training and support opportunities that will leave you feeling valued and energized in the clinical field with children, adolescents and families? Then we want you!

Reporting to the Director, Diversity and Belonging, the Clinical Lead provides leadership to the clinical team to support the delivery of services to Indigenous communities and populations.

The Clinical Lead works collaboratively with CASA colleagues and community professionals to achieve success in the following areas:

  • Supports the delivery of high quality clinical services by providing coaching, training and supervision within their scope of practice and skill set to members of the team.

  • Ensures the holistic delivery of clinical services that are family centered, trauma informed and inclusive of biological, psychological, social, cultural and spiritual factors. 

  • Demonstrate awareness of Indigenous culture, its role in the mental health of Indigenous populations, and how to incorporate that into therapeutic work.

  • Provide support regarding CASA policy and practices with respect to health records management.

  • Contribute to the identification of service delivery improvements and supports the development of enhancements to promote effectiveness.

  • Promote a trauma informed environment for patients and staff



  • Graduate degree in Psychology or Social Work (psychosocial intervention designation is required), or a Graduate degree in Occupational Therapy or Nursing with a strong Family Therapy background.

  • Must be a member in good standing with their respective professional association/college.

  • Minimum of 5 years of clinical practice experience.

  • Working knowledge of First Nations communities and/or demonstrated openness to learning more.

  • Demonstrated Commitment to excellence in all aspects of the discipline including clinical practice, research and education.

  • Ability to direct self, and prioritize.

  • Appreciation of the interdisciplinary process in the management of patient care.

  • Demonstrated administrative skills including collaboration skills, an ability to delegate and build consensus.

  • Planning and time management skills.

  • Commitment to quality improvement processes.

  • Ability to work across programs/services within a regional infrastructure.

  • Customer focus and approach.

  • Access to a reliable vehicle, as travel is required


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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