EAP Counsellor - Staff
RegionFredericton
Description

Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Counsellor 

Employee Support Solutions 

Fredericton, New Brunswick 

Permanent Part Time

 

Employee Support Solutions 

Healthy, productive, and engaged employees drive organizational performance and success. Morneau Shepell’s Employee Support Solutions is comprised of industry-leading programs and services that work together to deliver a unique and holistic Total Health Solution to our clients, helping them engage their people.  Morneau Shepell is also the largest Employee and Family Assistance Program (EFAP) provider in the world. Confidential professional support is available to employees and family members in-person and telephonically, as well as digitally through E-Counselling, Video Counselling, First Chat (online chat), and our My EAP mobile device application, to help resolve work, health, and life challenges. Our award winning innovations and technology help to ensure that our support solutions are available anytime, anywhere.

 

Summary: 

Reporting to the Regional Clinical Manager, you will be providing counselling services for Morneau Shepell's Employee Assistance Program (EAP).

 

Responsibilities:

•Provide short-term counselling to a diverse set of clients dealing with various personal issues that may or may not be work-related;

•Evaluate client needs and work with them to set objectives and develop a strategy to achieve them, within the terms and conditions of the client’s EAP;

•Provide excellent clinical services and embrace Morneau Shepell’s culture of continuous learning;

•Manage the administrative requirements as dictated by Morneau Shepell’s clinical models.

 

Benefits: 

•Professional liability insurance provided by Morneau Shepell; 

•Office space provided by Morneau Shepell; 

•Clinical supervision available; 

•Flexible schedule.

 

Succeeding as an EAP Counsellor will require the following core qualifications and skills:

•Master’s Degree in Counselling, Psychology, or Social Work;

•Professional College membership or registration with a mental health association;

•Minimum five (5) years post-graduate counselling experience with multiple populations;

•Ability to set short term objectives and use a solution focused approach;

•Ability to clinically manage high-risk cases, including clients who are a threat to self or others;

•Able to work with individuals, couples and families and good knowledge of community resources;

•Excellent time-management skills with the ability to handle a large volume of clients;

•Excellent verbal and written communication skills;

•EAP industry experience is an asset;

•Exceptional customer service focus, high professionalism and adherence to ethical principles of conduct;

•Basic knowledge of computer systems is an asset.

 

 

Link https://trr.tbe.taleo.net/trr01/ats/careers/v2/viewRequisition?org=MSL&cws=37&rid=7441
How to Apply

Apply online or email kmansouri@morneaushepell.com

Contact Email kmansouri@morneaushepell.com
Expiry 30/06/2019
Regulatory and Candidacy Consultant Job Title
RegionOut of Province
Description

The Nova Scotia College of Social Workers is seeking a registered social worker with:

 

⦾ Excellent knowledge of social work Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice ⦾ Knowledge of ethical decision making ⦾ Experience with investigations in a social work setting ⦾ Knowledge of program and curriculum development, adult education, and monitoring and evaluation

 

Job accountabilities include the College’s complaint process, candidacy coordination and professional standards consultation.

 

Position Summary

The Regulatory and Candidacy Consultant is accountable to the Executive Director/ Registrar. The position provides strategic support through collaboration with the membership and the NSCSW team in order to regulate a high standard of ethical, competent social work practice. This role supports the NSCSW’s professional misconduct process and consults with the Complaints Committee and/or Discipline Committee. This position is the expert on regulation, investigations and professional social work conduct. The position is also responsible for overseeing a re-developed Social Work Candidacy/Mentorship program. This involves ensuring that mentors, candidates and employers have the tools and resources they need to complete this regulatory requirement.

 

Compensation

⦾ $34.22 – $44.72/hour;

⦾ a defined pension plan;

⦾ a generous, comprehensive benefits package.

 

Employment Equity

The Nova Scotia College of Social Workers is committed to the value of equity and strives to create an organization that represents the intersectional identities of Nova Scotians. Applicants from groups who have historically faced barriers to employment are encouraged to self-identify in their application.

 

Job Accountabilities

 

Complaint and Discipline Process

⦾ Provides strategic and administrative consultation to the complaints process from receipt of a complaint through to final resolution. This includes providing information to the public and social workers about the complaint process and ensuring timely investigation of complaints in accordance with policies and guidelines.

⦾ Serves as the main resource for the Complaints Committee and/or Discipline Committee; provides feedback and clarification on process, policy and legislation to the Complaints Committee for their review.

⦾ Consults with College lawyers regarding complaint/discipline as required. Ensures that social workers are in compliance with the terms and conditions of any Interim Settlement Agreements that are issued by the Discipline Committee.

⦾ Works to update the complaints process and to ensure that the process is effective, accountable and transparent.

⦾ Monitors costs and obtains approval from Executive Director/Registrar for expenses related to disciplinary matters.

 

Candidacy Coordination

⦾ Supports and develops the implementation of the Social Work Candidacy/Mentorship program; ⦾ Develops, reviews, updates and monitors Candidacy framework and curriculum; ⦾ Provides active supports to Candidates and Mentors to achieve objectives of the program; ⦾ Develops and supports Candidacy Mentor training; ⦾ Reviews and approves all Candidate files in partnership with the applications and Regulatory and Applications Administrator to ensure a high standard across all applicants ⦾ Identifies enhancements to the Candidacy Mentorship program and develops support tools; ⦾ Monitors and evaluates Social Work Candidacy Mentorship Program.

 

Professional Standards Consultation

⦾ Participates in support of the Professional Standards and Membership committees as an internal consultant.

⦾ Serves as a bridge between staff and the committee, advises the chair and committee members, and assists the committee by providing strategic advice and facilitating communications, action, and cooperation.

⦾ Collaborates with the committee’s volunteer leadership to set strategic direction, advance the committee’s agenda, and ensure programs and/or activities are planned and implemented according to the committee’s charge and duties.

⦾ Develops relevant events, educational sessions, information and programs, both topics and format in solidarity with member interest.

⦾ Develops and delivers presentations and/or workshops to interested parties.

 

Knowledge

⦾ A BSW with appropriate experience (An MSW is preferred).

⦾ The applicant should have excellent knowledge of the social work Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice and be knowledgeable on ethical decision making.

⦾ Experience with investigations in a social work setting.

⦾ The applicant would have knowledge of program and curriculum development, adult education, and monitoring and evaluation.

 

Competencies

⦾ Have extensive project management experience.

⦾ Experience in administrative law and/or forensic social work would be an asset.

⦾ Knowledge of boards, councils, and regulatory environments is required.

⦾ Must have strong written and analytical skills. This includes legislative analysis experience, proficiency in writing reports, interviewing, and writing decision summaries of recommendations.

⦾ Must have excellent oral communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to facilitate committee meetings ⦾ Must be able to meet deadlines for completing tasks.

How to Apply

Applicants should send a CV and cover letter to Alec Stratford, Executive Director/Registrar (Alec.Stratford@NSCSW.org) by May 31st, 2019 at 4:30pm ADT. 

Contact Email Alec.Stratford@NSCSW.org
Expiry 31/05/2019
Clinical Therapist - Child & Adolescent Services - Mental Health & Addictions
RegionOut of Province
Description

Responsibilities

Reporting to the Manager, Mental Health & Addictions – Community-Based, or designate, the Clinical Therapist is a member of the multi-disciplinary team and participates in the planning, development, implementation and evaluation of programs for the range of issues encountered within Child and Adolescent Services, Outpatient Mental Health Service.

The Clinical Therapist exhibits sound professional judgment and initiative while working within the framework and objectives of the Mental Health & Addictions and the Mission, Vision and Strategic Directions and incorporates into daily practice the Core Competencies and Values of the organization.

Recruitment incentives and relocation may be offered to the successful candidates based on qualifying criteria.

 

Qualifications

•Master’s Degree in Social Work, Psychology,  OR Registered Counselling Therapist (with clinical undergrad degree) •Registered or eligible for registration and a member in good standing of the relevant regulatory body.

•Two years' clinical experience is required, Child & Adolescent Mental Health & Addictions preferred •Must have access to a reliable vehicle to travel and flexibility in schedule is required •Knowledge and experience in delivering culturally safe, evidence-informed treatment modalities including individual, family and group treatment •Demonstrated use of DSM V, mental health and addiction screening and assessment and intervention •Demonstrated ability to develop linkages with other health, social service, and education agencies as appropriate •Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively on a multidisciplinary team as well as independently •Strong organizational and prioritization skills and the ability to manage multiple tasks effectively •Cultural awareness and sensitivity •Strong crisis intervention, conflict resolution, and problem-solving skills •Knowledge of relevant legislation e.g. Protection of Persons in Care Act, Personal Directives Act •Knowledge of the social determinates of health and risk factors and social consequences associated with diverse populations •Excellent communication (written and oral) and interpersonal skills are required •The Clinical Therapist must have a demonstrated ability to work with a high degree of autonomy consistent with the standards of their regulatory body and those of the NSHA •Competencies in other languages an asset, French preferred •Successful external applicants are required to provide a Criminal Record Check (including Vulnerable Sector Search) and Child Abuse Regisry to Human Resources before starting employment and assume any associated costs as a condition of employment

PLEASE NOTE: Applicants relying on education and experience equivalencies must clearly state such equivalencies in their cover letter, resume, or application. Additionally, candidates will not be considered for an interview if applications are incomplete or are missing information.

 

Hours of Work

Permanent Full-time (100%) Position; 75.00 Hours Bi-weekly.

 

Salary Information

Clinical Therapist (HC87):

$34.1283 - $44.8646 hourly

Link https://career17.sapsf.com/sfcareer/jobreqcareer?jobId=34449&company=NSHAP&username=
How to Apply

Applications are accepted until 11:59 PM on the Closing Date. Only online applications will be accepted, interested candidates please apply here:

https://career17.sapsf.com/sfcareer/jobreqcareer?jobId=34449&company=NSHAP&username=

Contact Email heathercampbell3@nbhealth.ca
Expiry 28/05/2019
Child in care Social Worker Term Position
RegionChaleur
Description

THE MI’GMAQ CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES OF NEW BRUNSWICK INC.

Child in care Social Worker term position competition – Eel River Bar First Nation The Mi’gmaq Child and Family services of New Brunswick Inc. (MCFSNB) is seeking individuals to join their team of Social worker in the following position:

Term Position: Start date June 10, 2019 to September 30, 2019

Child in Care Worker: The Child in Care Field Worker supports the Division’s goals and objectives through the effective of delivery of mandated Child in Care programs and services. Under the clinical supervision and oversight of the Director, the Child in Care Field Worker position the incumbent is responsible to safeguards the health, safety ad well-being of children/youth in care.

As a member of the MCFSNB team, the successful candidate will be responsible for, but not limited to:

•  To ensure Foster Parents are qualified, able and committed to providing clients in their care with a healthy, safe and nurturing environment at all times.

•  Consult with and keep his/her Director well informed on decisions, recommendations and matters that carry the potential of risk, legal action and/or as mandated through legislation, professional standards and the organization’s approved policies.

•  Maintains and safeguards documentation and files pertaining to audits, assessments, progress reports, case files and other relevant information as required under the Agency’s policies and protocols, to meet legislative requirements and obligations, for audit and court preparation.

•  Serves as a spokesperson and advocate on behalf of children/youth in care and is called upon to represent the agency when required in court, tribunals or in other areas.

•  Interview clients individually, in families, or in groups, to assess their situation and problems and determine the types of services required;

•  Provide counsel and therapy to assist clients in developing skills to deal with and resolve their social and personal problems;

•  Plan programs of assistance for clients including referral to agencies that provide financial assistance, legal aid, housing, medical treatment and other services, investigate cases of child abuse or neglect and take authorized protective action when necessary;

•  Serve as members on interdisciplinary teams of professionals working with client groups, act as advocates for client groups in the community.

 

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS:

•  A bachelor degree in Social Work and a registered member in good standing of the NBASW.

•  Understanding and appreciation of Mi’gmaq culture, values, and socio-economic conditions.

 

SALARY:

$2,242.00 to $2,675.00 bi-weekly

** Travel throughout assigned communities can be expected for Field Worker positions. Positions will generally be based throughout member communities located in northern and eastern NB. Locations will be determined in consideration of successful candidate’s preferences and Agency needs.

How to Apply

Those interested in applying are asked to submit a resume identifying position of interest to Kelly Dennis, Human Resources Assistant at:  kellydennis@nb.aibn.com no later then May 24, 2019.

Contact Email kellydennis@nb.aibn.com
Expiry 24/05/2019
Child Protection Social Worker
RegionMiramichi
Description

THE MI’GMAQ CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES OF NEW BRUNSWICK INC.

Child Protection Social Worker Competition Natoaganeg (Eel Ground) First Nation and Metepenagiag First Nation.

The Mi’gmaq Child and Family services of New Brunswick Inc. (MCFSNB) is seeking individuals to join their team of Social worker as Community Child Protection/Family Enhancement Workers

As a member of the MCFSNB team, the successful candidate will be responsible for the delivery of professional services and programs that focus on child protection and family enhancement. As a Community Child Protection Social Worker (CCPSW) you will be responsible for accessing, identifying and documenting abuse and neglect cases and finding the appropriate services to enhance child welfare.

CCPSW social workers must be able to identify immediate threats made to a child and provide arrangements that comply with state and federal laws and agency procedures. These duties may include, but are not limited to:

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

•   Interview clients individually, in families, or in groups, to assess their situation and problems and determine the types of services required;

•   Provide counsel and therapy to assist clients in developing skills to deal with and resolve their social and personal problems;

•   Plan programs of assistance for clients including referral to agencies that provide financial assistance, legal aid, housing, medical treatment and other services, investigate cases of child abuse or neglect and take authorized protective action when necessary;

•   Placing children in foster care;

•   Serve as members on interdisciplinary teams of professionals working with client groups, act as advocates for client groups in the community;

•   Lobby for solutions to problems directly affecting client groups;

•   And develop prevention and intervention programs to meet community needs, conduct social research and assist in community development, Provide mediation services and psychosocial assessments.

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS:

•   A bachelor degree in Social Work and a registered member in good standing of the NBASW.

•   Understanding and appreciation of Mi’gmaq culture, values, and socio-economic conditions.

EXPERIENCE

CCPSW social workers are expected to have an extensive educational background and clinical experience before they can begin working with families in crisis.

 

SALARY:

$2,242.00 to $2,675.00 bi-weekly and a 4.8% adjustment for those working in protection as well as competitive pension and benefit programs.

** Travel throughout assigned communities can be expected for Field Worker positions. Positions will generally be based throughout member communities located in northern and eastern NB. Locations will be determined in consideration of successful candidate’s preferences and Agency needs. 

How to Apply

Those interested in applying are asked to submit a resume identifying position(s) of interest to Kelly Dennis, Human Resources Assistant at:  kellydennis@nb.aibn.com no later then May 31, 2019. 

Contact Email kellydennis@nb.aibn.com
Expiry 31/05/2019
Office of the Child & Youth Advocate Delegate, Individual Case Advocacy—Bilingual Part-time Position
RegionMoncton area
Description

The Office of the Child & Youth Advocate is seeking a candidate to fill a part-time contractual position (3 days per week) of delegate on individual case advocacy.  The successful bilingual candidate will work in Dieppe.

The Office of the Child & Youth Advocate, in accordance with the Child & Youth Advocate Act, ensures that children and youths’ rights and interests are protected in government policy, programs and services. This is done by the following means: conducting independent and confidential investigations into complaints regarding access to appropriate services; monitoring laws and policies to make sure they are fair and properly followed; reporting on the availability, effectiveness, responsiveness and relevance of services in New Brunswick; and advocating for the rights and interests of children and youth in general.

RESPONSIBILITIES

The successful candidates will report directly to the Director of Individual Case advocacy. The major responsibilities include: dealing directly with youth, parents and other callers and contacting appropriate officials as required; conducting policy research; determining if appropriate policies, procedures and legislation have been followed; determining if there is an appropriate solution or action that can be taken to assist a child or youth; providing appropriate responses to complainants, and recommendations to government when appropriate; identifying potential systemic issues; advocating for the rights and interests of children and youth; and serving on the weekly investigative intake rotation as assigned.

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS

The successful candidate will possess a university degree in social work, child psychology, education, children’s rights or other related fields. Applicants will have 5–10 years of experience working in services and programs offered to youth and families. Knowledge in children’s rights and advocacy and experience in child protection, mental health, public safety or education will be considered an asset.  Applicants will be knowledgeable about government programs and services, non-government organizations and agencies, especially as they relate to the province of New Brunswick and to youth.

Written and spoken competence in English and French is required. Weekly travel within the province as well as occasional overnight travel is to be expected.

Your resumes should be in chronological order specifying education and employment in months and years including part-time and full-time employment.  Applicants must clearly demonstrate the essential qualifications to be given further consideration. Please ensure that your preferred language for assessment is identified in your application.

­­­­SALARY—  To be determined depending on education and experience. 

How to Apply

Applicants should forward their applications and reply to:

Mélanie LeBlanc, Director of Individual Case Advocacy

Office of the Child, Youth and Seniors Advocate
P.O. Box 6000
Fredericton, New Brunswick
E3B 5H1

Or via email at: melanie.leblanc2@gnb.ca

 

We thank all those who apply. Only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.

Contact Email melanie.leblanc2@gnb.ca
Expiry 07/06/2019
Clinical Social Worker
RegionMoncton
Description

Correctional Service Canada - Health Services  Dorchester (New Brunswick), Moncton (New Brunswick), Renous (New Brunswick), Saint John (New Brunswick), St. John's (Newfoundland and Labrador), Dartmouth (Nova Scotia), Halifax (Nova Scotia), Springhill (Nova Scotia), Truro (Nova Scotia)

SW-SCW-02

Provision of direct assessment, therapeutic/counseling intervention, crisis intervention, advocacy and support services to offenders with mental disorders.

Provision of professional advice, specialized consultation and training to CSC non-health and health staff relating to offenders with mental health disorders and co-occurring disorders.

Development, coordination and implementation of community reintegration services including clinical discharge plans and services for offenders with significant mental health disorders and co-occurring disorders being released into the community from a treatment center or regular institution within the Correctional Service of Canada.

Link https://emploisfp-psjobs.cfp-psc.gc.ca/psrs-srfp/applicant/page1800?poster=1306497&toggleLanguage=en
How to Apply

Apply online with the link: https://emploisfp-psjobs.cfp-psc.gc.ca/psrs-srfp/applicant/page1800?poster=1306497&toggleLanguage=en

Contact Email noreplyemail@csc.gc.ca
Expiry 31/03/2020
Social Worker 1
RegionAcadian Peninsula
Description

COMPETITION NUMBER     EM18721

CLASSIFICATION NAME    Social Worker 1

POSITION TITLE               Social Worker 1

CLASSIFICATION CODE    6705-SW-1

BARGAINING UNIT           NB Union – Specialized Health Care Professionals

UNIT LOCATION               Caraquet

STATUS                           Full Time Temporary

FULL TIME EQUIVALENT 1.0

HOURS OF WORK             0800hr to 1600hr Monday to Friday.  Subject to change due to operational requirements.

ANTICIPATED START DATE          June 10th, 2019

ANTICIPATED END DATE             December 16th, 2019

SALARY RANGE As per collective agreement

LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT          Written and spoken competence in French is required.

CLOSING DATE                           June 6th, 2019

 

JOB SUMMARY

As a member of the interdisciplinary EMP team, the Social Worker is responsible for coordinating and providing quality care within the scope of practice to patients and families.

 

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS AND OTHER JOB REQUIREMENTS:

•             Bachelor's degree in social work from an approved school of social work;

•             Member in good standing with the New Brunswick Association of Social Workers and meet the requirements of the Canadian Association of Social Workers;

•             Knowledge of the target population of Extra-Mural Services and available community services;

•             Must have a valid New Brunswick Class 5 Driver's License and good driving record (proof required);

•             Submit a valid and clean criminal record check;

•             Have a current CPR Level C certification that has been issued in the last 12  months, or be prepared to obtain within 3 months;

•             Must demonstrate the ability to work efficiently as a member of the team and possess leadership and coaching skills, strong interpersonal skills, good judgment and decision making skills;

•             Must be able to work all shifts as assigned, maintaining a good attendance record;

•             Must have a high regard for confidentiality; and

•             Must have excellent work habits and have a professional appearance.

 

If you are interested in working with a dynamic team of professionals and possess the necessary qualifications, please forward your resume to hr-rh@medavienb.ca.

We would like to thank all candidates for expressing interest.  Please note only those selected for interviews will be contacted.

EM/ANB Inc. is committed to the principle of equal opportunity in its employment practices and to providing an environment free from discrimination and harassment for all employees.

How to Apply

Send your resume by email.

Contact Email hr-rh@medavienb.ca
Expiry 06/06/2019