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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
Volunteer Crisis Interveners
RegionFredericton
Description

We are looking for caring and compassionate Volunteer Crisis Interveners to help us increase our capacity to answer calls and chats.  We require a minimum of 2 hours per week commitment with an option to volunteer for additional hours. 

Chimo Helpline is a toll-free service which provides confidential, crisis intervention service to all residents of New Brunswick 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Our Interveners provide support through active listening, problem solving, community resources and suicide intervention.   

 

 

Link http://www.chimohelpline.ca/volunteer.html
How to Apply

For more information visit our website: www.chimohelpline.ca or contact Lisa, the Executive Director at lisa.oblenis@nb.aibn.com.

Contact Email lisa.oblenis@nb.aibn.com
Expiry 31/12/2019
Child Protection Social Worker, Intake & Investigation Social Worker and Youth in Care Social Worker
RegionRestigouche
Description

The Eel River Bar First Nation is presently looking for social workers to fill many different vacancies. The positions are in the area of child protection, intake / investigation and child in care / resources. Salaries will be equal with the province of NB (i.e. CUPE 1418) and the benefits of working in Eel River Bar First Nation’s will be very favourable for new employees. If you are interested or know of any fellow social workers who would like to gain great experience working in a First Nation’s community, please send your resume to, kevinpstlaurent@gmail.com

How to Apply
Contact Email kevinpstlaurent@gmail.com
Expiry 31/12/2019
Clinical Social Worker
RegionFredericton
Description

Northside Counselling Services a small private practice located in Fredericton, NB with clients of all ages, for individual, couples or family counselling. We are expanding and are looking for a Clinical Social Worker to join our team. We are covered by many Employee Assistance Plans and insurance plans, and referrals come from many sources. Clients come in to deal with many issues such as stress, anger, anxiety, grief, parenting, relationships, and depression.

Applicants MUST have a Masters in Social Work from an accredited university and MUST be registered in good standing with the New Brunswick Association of Social Workers. Experience in direct practice counselling is required. Written and spoken competence in English is necessary. Bilingualism is an asset. The position can be either full- or part-time.

Responsibilities would include:

-              Completing intakes for new clients

-              Developing and implementing individual counselling plans, as well as any necessary follow-up

-              Providing direct, face-to-face services based on the needs of the clients and the guidelines of the EAP’s or referral sources

-              Completing case notes and any other documentation

-              Consulting and collaborating with other professionals and service providers for resources or referrals

-              Participating in local Expos and other events that introduce our services to potential clients

-              If interested, facilitating groups or workshops for clients

-              Maintaining your own schedule and booking of appointments

We strive to create a positive work environment that supports our staff, encourages self-care and peer collaboration, and welcomes ideas for services. We are looking for someone who communicates well, is able to work independently, and is client-focused. Salary will be discussed.

How to Apply

Please apply by forwarding your resume to northsidecounselling@outlook.com

Contact Email northsidecounselling@outlook.com
Expiry 31/12/2019
Office Manager
RegionFredericton
Description

MSW for full time employment with Joan Wright and Associates. 

How to Apply

Please forward Resumes to sue@joanwright.ca

Contact Email sue@joanwright.ca
Expiry 30/09/2019
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 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

DEADLINES:

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 September 24, 2019. 

Contact Email kellydennis@nb.aibn.com
Expiry 24/09/2019
Family Group Conference Coordinator
RegionMiramichi
Description

Family Group Conference Coordinator Social Worker Competition

 

The Mi’gmaq Child and Family services of New Brunswick Inc. (MCFSNB) is seeking individuals to join their team of Social worker as Family Group Conference Coordinator.

As a member of the MCFSNB team, the successful candidate will be responsible for the delivery of professional services and programs that focus on Family Group Conference. The guiding principles of Family Group Conference are that aboriginal people and communities should be involved in the planning and delivery of services to families and their children; and if with available support services, a family can provide a safe and nurturing environment for a child, such services should be provided.

The purpose of this Social Work position is to increase the number of children and youth living safely with immediate or extended family or friends through the development of case plans for children in care which are created and embraced by empowered support networks that include family, extended families and significant people in the child or youths life. These duties may include, but are not limited to:

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

•             Family Group Conferencing the Coordinator serves as a neutral and independent facilitator working with all stakeholders to create a trusting, respectful and culturally sensitive environment that encourages collaborative involvement of the child’s family, extended family, community members and other participants in decision making relative to the child’s plan of care.

•             Program delivery must adhere to legislated mandates, the Mi’gmaq Child and Family Services Inc.’s policies and professional standards of practice while, at the same time, respect and incorporate the guiding principles of Family Group Conference Processes.

•             and works closely with Child Protection and Child in Care Field Workers and their Directors to better understand the protection issues, risks and challenges that must be addressed, identify participants to the process and provide preparatory guidance and assistance.

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

FGCC Social workers are expected to have (6-8 years) related front line experience in child care and protection that includes apprehension, mediation, case management and other relevant aspects of Child and Family Services Programs delivery including Family Case Conference. 

An equivalent combination of training and experience such as graduation from university with a related degree as recognized by the Canadian Association of Social Workers and extensive (over 15 year’s related experience) may also be considered.

 

SALARY:

$2,336.00 to $2,795.00 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 the organization needs

How to Apply

Those interested in applying are asked to submit a resume identifying position(s) of interest to Kelly Dennis, Human Resources Officer at:  kellydennis@nb.aibn.com no later then October 11, 2019.  

Contact Email kellydennis@nb.aibn.com
Expiry 11/10/2019
Executive Director
RegionFredericton
Description

MASTERS OF SOCIAL WORK - COUNSELLOR   (PERMANENT) POSITION

Family Enrichment and Counselling Service Fredericton - Fredericton, NB Job Description – Counsellor II

Education: Post Masters 1 years.

Reports to: The Executive Director, the Clinical Supervisor Scope of Position:

Provision of assessment and counselling services.

Provision of treatment services to clients demonstrating complex dynamics.

Key Responsibility Area: Clinical

Demonstrate an understanding of:

•             interpersonal relationships and family dynamics

•             knowledge of theories of intervention

•             assessment and diagnostic skills

•             ability to counsel individuals, couples, and families

Provide clinical counselling services to clients according to agency policy and established professional standards and codes of ethics.

Establish and maintain effective working relationships with clients.

Provide specialized program services as required.

Prepare for clinical supervision as required.

Seek consultation from Clinical Supervisor and/or colleagues on cases as necessary.

Provide clients with referral services to other community based services as appropriate Assessments, progress notes, reports, and closing summaries are:

•             Accurate

•             Concise yet informative

•             Timely

•             Treatment goals are defined in measurable and time-framed terms.

•             Participate in professional meetings

•             Be open to share sessions with interns and provide opportunities for feedback.

If supervising an Intern, you have up to one (1) hour per week to meet and debrief if the internship is full time. Otherwise, the counsellor has up to ½ hour per week to meet and debrief with the Intern.

Pursue professional development initiatives and arrange to attend appropriate workshops, seminars etc.

Demonstrate a commitment to maintaining the standards of the discipline.

 

Key Responsibility Area: Operations

Ensure that client files are controlled according to agency policy and standards.

Ensure that daily time sheets and monthly statistical reports are:

•             Accurate

•             Concise yet informative

•             Timely

•             Participate in staff development and business meetings.

•             Deliver workshops, presentations and Personal & Professional Development programs as required.

Prepare for operational supervision as required.

Demonstrate a commitment to maintaining the standards of the agency.

Communicate agency service and/or program objectives to clients and the community as required.

Perform other duties as assigned by the Executive Director.

 

Required license or certification: MSW, RSW

 

 

How to Apply

 by email: ed@familyenrichment.ca

Contact Email ed@familyenrichment.ca
Expiry 13/12/2019
RegionSaint John
Description

Intercountry Adoption Social Worker

 

Description: Gentle Path Counselling Services Ltd., located in Saint John, New Brunswick, is the service provider authorized by the Province of New Brunswick to assist individuals (residents of the province) considering adopting a child internationally. Throughout the province, Social Workers are employed as private practitioners with Gentle Path to complete thorough intercountry adoption home study assessments and evaluations regarding an individual or couple, yearly updates on approved applicants, and post placement reports once a child has been adopted.

Job Duties: To provide information to prospective adoptive applicants about intercountry adoption and to help educate them on intercountry adoption issues, i.e. intercultural and inter-racial issues, separation and loss.Meet with prospective adoptive parents to interview them and complete their intercountry adoption assessment (number of home visits required varies based on the assessment that is needed), complete yearly home study updates, supervise intercountry adoption placements until the granting of an Adoption Order in New Brunswick (if not granted in the country of origin), and complete post placement interviews and reports. You will also be required to present the findings of the adoption home assessment at the Case Approval Conference. Other task(s) as required. The International Adoption Social Worker reports directly to the International Adoption Supervisor.

Essential Qualifications:

Applicants must possess a Master's degree in Social Work or, a Bachelor's degree in Social Work supplemented by at least three (3) years of related social work experience, including providing services to youth and their families. To be appointed, candidates must be registered and in good standing with the New Brunswick Association of Social Workers.

Applicants must be able to be analytical and critical thinkers. They must be able to ask probing questions and address areas of concern. Applicants must have a reasonable/working knowledge of the Intercountry Adoption Act. They must have a working knowledge and some experience with Legislation, Regulations, and Practice Standards, that govern international adoption. Experience in writing assessments of individuals/families and working with children and families in relationship to permanency planning is beneficial.

The successful applicant will possess well developed communication, analytical and case-management skills and be committed to providing quality client services by establishing and maintaining effective working relationships. Applicants must demonstrate sound judgment and the ability to work independently.

Having your certificate in the Structured Assessment Family Evaluation (SAFE) training tool is an asset. Training can be provided if necessary.

Written and spoken competency in English is required. Written and spoken competency in French is an asset.

Operational Requirements: Travel within NB (usually within a 2-hour radius from your home) will be expected whenever necessary. Most use own vehicle. Mileage is compensated. Ability to work on evenings and/or weekends is required. Must attend yearly training hosted by Gentle Path Counselling Services

How to Apply

To Apply: If you are interested, please submit a resume and cover letter and at least two professional references. Be sure to include the language(s) you can provide services in. Submit applications to Sarah Fletcher at sarah@gentlepathsj.com by December 13th, 2019.

Contact Email sarah@gentlepathsj.com
Expiry 13/12/2019
Registered Social Worker
RegionSaint John
Description

GENTLE PATH has an immediate opening for a part-time, contract therapist for evening hours (5:00--8:00 p.m.). Applicants require a Master of Social Work degree, five years post graduate experience, must be licensed and insured, or eligible for same. Compensation to be discussed upon interview. Forward resume and references to Operations Manager, Gentle Path Counselling Services, Ltd., 28 Richmond Street Suite 330, Saint John, NB E2L 2B2

How to Apply

Forward resume and references to Operations Manager, Gentle Path Counselling Services, Ltd., 28 Richmond Street Suite 330, Saint John, NB E2L 2B2

Contact Email accounting@gentlepathsj.com
Expiry 17/01/2020
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