Have an opening for a social worker that you would like to add to our employment listings? Please send all employment listings to laure.piccetto@nbasw-attsnb.ca.

Members can also search for job openings online using the following databases:

Social Worker

Join our Team!

Laura Gatien & Associates is hiring! If you are a mental health clinician (Social Worker, MSW or BSW with experience, LCT or Psychologist) who enjoys doing meaningful work with autonomy, flexibility and the ability to focus on your clinical practice, we want you on our team!

We are on a mission to make mental health valued, better understood, accepted and accessible. We are looking for passionate team members with strong interpersonal skills, who value personal growth and learning and who want to deepen their clinical areas of interest in a non-pathologizing environment.

  • Paid training and support opportunities available to help you advance your impact
  • Compensation $81 per session plus additional profit sharing opportunities
  • Ditch the 9-5 & set your own work hours
  • Exercise your creativity doing meaningful clinical work

Don’t worry if you do not have any previous private practice experience; we will help you learn the skills you need to be successful doing clinical work. Join us in changing the culture of mental health in your community and beyond!

How to Apply

Send your resume to laura@lauragatien.com. Full time & part time opportunities available in both SJ & Fredericton locations. 

Contact Email laura@lauragatien.com
Community Resource Navigator

The Service Navigator position is great for people with social service or social work backgrounds. The position involves support for diverse service users and complex problem solving to ensure people are connected to the right services quickly and easily and that barriers to service are reduced whenever possible.

This is an exciting fast-paced and outcomes oriented position that requires an ability to adapt and learn, and an appreciation for the root causes of inequity and lack of access to services, with service users’ needs changing from call to call.

Every day, Findhelp | 211 New Brunswick Service Navigators empower communities with information and access to services by:

● Engaging clients through empathetic, supportive, open-minded and non-judgmental communication and support
● Effectively assessing client needs and co-developing solutions with clients through anti-racist, trauma informed and culturally humble practice
● Balancing effective and outcomes oriented solutions in a dynamic fast-paced environment where teamwork and collaboration define the way we operate
● Adapting to ever-changing client and organizational needs

You’ll welcome new opportunities to make a difference in people’s lives and further our vision – People Connected. Communities Strengthened. In this role you have the benefit of working from home. Candidates must meet the agency’s requirements which include, but not limited to a quiet workspace, the required internet bandwidth, and fulfill the workplace health and safety requirements.

At Findhelp | 211 New Brunswick Service, we connect individuals and families with information and referral to the complete range of government, health, community and social services in their communities and help them navigate the complexities of the human services system, quickly and easily. Motivated by our mission to create connections and solutions to build strong communities, we’re constantly innovating to keep up with the changing needs of our communities and to ensure that everyone has access to the supports they are seeking.

Findhelp |211 recognizes that systemic racism exists and that certain groups of people experience disproportionate barriers to economic, employment and health opportunities which may be amplified due to intersectional personal identities. We are committed to improving accessibility to human and social services through ongoing and new initiatives, partnerships and approaches.

We’re proud of our people and culture and we’re constantly changing and innovating to do better! Our workplace is focused on balance, equity, engagement and a healthy environment. We pride ourselves on being an employer of choice and we do the work to make that happen. You’ll be engaged and supported to learn and grow your career and you’ll make a difference in people’s lives across Canada.


● Be solutions focused service and results oriented navigator – You connect diverse groups of clients by phone, chat, text or email, to health and human services information using a comprehensive database of resources and agency tools. You will conduct thorough assessments of client needs, ensuring they are directed to the most appropriate service or program, assist in problem solving and track calls to illuminate community trends.

● Provide Trauma and anti-oppressive informed client support – You will apply active listening skills and anti-oppressive communication to identify appropriate resources and provide information on eligibility requirements and service availability, recognize and respond appropriately to individuals who are in crisis, and identify those individuals who are vulnerable. At times, you may need to advocate on behalf of individuals who face personal and/or systemic barriers.

● Strive for Service Excellence – You will strive to uphold service excellence, responding to inquiries thoroughly and according to established service and quality standards. You will communicate with empathy, respect, sincerity, care and concern.

● Be Committed – This position requires a commitment to working a rotating schedule – including mornings, afternoons and overnights on weekdays, weekends, and public holidays, in a repeating four-week schedule – according to the needs of the agency’s 24/7 Inquiry Services department.


● Demonstrated commitment to and lived experience of principles of anti-racism, anti-oppression, equity and inclusion
● Problem solving (able to make independent service decisions)
● Collaboration and teamwork. You enjoy working both independently and as a member of a dynamic team on new and existing services and special projects
● Current knowledge of best practices in trauma informed mental health (e.g. crisis de-escalation, risk assessment, anti-racism, gender-based violence, suicide prevention, harm reduction)
● Proficiency in French and English both in writing and orally. Excellent communication skills with the ability to create and maintain rapport with clients, express and transmit information with consistency and clarity, using active listening techniques. (Note: Your English and French proficiency orally and in writing will be assessed as part of the selection process).
● Strong knowledge of the social service sector and health, government and community services
● Proficient in computer skills, and adaptive to changes and updates of applications and programs

● Combination of education and/or work/lived experience in Social Services, Social Work, Community Work or other related field
● Minimum 2 years of experience (paid or volunteer) in the social services sector (health, government and/or community services)
● Strong preference for candidates with lived experience as a Black, Indigenous or other racialized person, a person with disabilities, or an 2SLGBTQIA+ person who can acknowledge and speak to the impact of systemic racism and oppression
● Demonstrated recognition, allyship and acknowledgement of the lived experiences of various communities and intersectionalities, particularly persons with disabilities and racialized communities, women, 2SLGBTQIA+ and marginalized religious communities
● Strong teamwork skills, including demonstrated ability to interact, lead and participate in decision-making that respects people with a diversity of backgrounds, experiences and styles, while working collegially with a high degree of tact and diplomacy

Think you meet the position requirements outlined above? We would love to hear from you!

This Full-Time position consists of 140 hours of work in a four-week period. Hourly Rate Range: $26.42 to $31.03 Comprehensive benefits package for Full-Time staff including: health and dental group insurance, long-term disability insurance, life insurance, 4 weeks paid vacation annually (to start). Other benefits include: shift premium, pension plan.

Link https://nb.211.ca/
How to Apply

Applicants must be residents of New Brunswick Applications will be reviewed as received until suitable candidates are found. Along with your resume, please provide a cover letter with a description telling us a bit about yourself, what interests you about this opportunity and the assets that you would bring to this role. Applications can be submitted to:

Cristina Umana, HR and Administration
Manager Email: job@findhelp.ca | Fax: 416-392-4404

Additional Information: This position is not part of CUPE Local 3173.

Findhelp | 211 believes in a workplace culture of inclusion that is welcoming, respectful, safe and empowering for all staff. It is critical to our success to eliminate barriers and promote the inclusion of equity groups. Equity groups have been, and continue to be, underrepresented and marginalized in the workforce, leadership roles, and in some specific occupations. Equity groups include but may not be limited to Indigenous persons, racialized people, gender diverse people, 2SLGBTQIA+ people and persons with disabilities.

Contact Email job@findhelp.ca
Mental Health Professional - SJ Psychology Centre
RegionSaint John / Saint Jean

The SJ Psychology Centre has a vacancy effective immediately for a mental health professional (psychologist, social worker, or counsellor). Established in 2011, we are a private group mental health practice located in Saint John, N.B. Our team currently consists of two licensed psychologists and two licensed
counselling therapists. 

We have well established referral networks, and we recently moved into our own beautifully renovated building. We offer a broad array of services including individual and couples therapy, as well as psychodiagnostic and neuropsychological assessments. We prefer fully licensed clinicians but we are willing to consider trainees. We can accommodate full or part-time schedules.

How to Apply

Please see our website for more information about our associates, services, and recent clinic activities. Interested applicants should contact info@sjpsychology.ca or (506) 632-3110.

Contact Email info@sjpsychology.ca

Oromocto First Nation Child and Family Services is seeking to hire a qualified individual to work as a Child and Family Welfare Social Worker. Professionalism is required and experience is a must. As a valuable team player, you will be guided with the OFN Director of CFS regarding the implementation of a reformed on-reserve social development programing in the province.

You must demonstrate the ability to work efficiently and possess leadership and coaching skills, strong interpersonal skills, good judgment, and decision-making skills. The work may include a combination of the following functions: assessment, counselling, intervention, mediation, case management and report writing for a variety of services in areas such as social services and/or child welfare services. Successful candidates will also be required to establish and maintain effective working relationships with clients, staff members, professionals, community and volunteer agencies, government departments and the public. Ensuring financial practises honour terms within accountability agreements is a key function of this role. Other related duties as assigned.



  • Master, or Bachelor Degree of Social Work.
  • Completion of the CORE 1000 Series


  • Minimum 2 years of social work experience.
  • Member in good standing with the New Brunswick Association of Social Workers and meet the requirements of the Canadian Association of Social Worker.
  • Knowledge of, and experience working with First Nations, particularly any or all of the Wolastoqiyik and Mi’kmaq of New Brunswick, considered an assert.
  • Knowledge of, child development, family dynamics and functioning, child abuse and neglect, and trauma-informed care experience working in First Nations Child and Family services.
  • Demonstrated ability to be sensitive to First Nations cultural issues.
  • Participate in the awareness initiatives and health education of the community.
  • Demonstrated ability to work with culturally diverse individuals in an inclusive manner.
  • Develop and maintain a client caseload.
  • Sound knowledge and application of human resource practices that serve to motivate staff and provide an inclusive workplace environment.
  • Possess a knowledge of the legislation, standard and procedures, and enforcement of the Family Services Act.
  • An understanding of interpersonal relationships and family dynamics.

  • Submit a recent valid and clean criminal record check, as well as an SD Record Check (under the Family Services Act).

  • Must have a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation.

  • Collaboration with community partners and resources.

  • Compliance with the rules of Confidentiality within the organization.


How to Apply

Please forward your resume, cover letter, and three references to:

Jay Sabattis
Oromocto First Nation HR Director

Email: jay.sabattis@ofnb.com 
Office: 4 Hiawatha Ave
Oromocto First Nation, NB
Office Hours: 9am to 4pm Monday to Thursday

Contact Email jay.sabattis@ofnb.com
RegionSaint John


  • Conduct individual, couples, and/or group therapy sessions with clients to help them address and manage their mental health concerns
  • Develop treatment plans that are tailored to the specific needs and goals of each client
  • Conduct assessments to diagnose mental health disorders and develop appropriate treatment plans
  • Maintain accurate and up-to-date records of clients' progress, including progress notes and treatment plans
  • Collaborate with other mental health professionals, such as psychiatrists, psychologists, Licensed Counselling Therapists and other social workers, to ensure clients receive comprehensive and coordinated care
  • Maintain knowledge of current research, trends, and best practices in the field of mental health counselling and social work
  • Attend regular supervision sessions and participate in continuing education activities to maintain licensure and improve skills and knowledge


  • A master's degree in counselling, social work, psychology, or a related field
  • Licensure as a Licensed Counselling Therapist or Clinical Social Worker
  • Experience providing mental health services to a diverse population, including children, adolescents, adults, and/or families or couples
  • Strong clinical skills and the ability to develop and implement effective treatment plans
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, including the ability to establish rapport with clients from diverse backgrounds
  • Knowledge of evidence-based counselling practices and the ability to integrate these practices into treatment plans
  • Commitment to ongoing professional development and staying up-to-date with the latest research and best practices in the field of mental health counselling and social work

Additional Information:

  • Part-time with the opportunity to grow to full-time hours
  • Monday-Saturday availability
  • Competitive wages
  • In-house referrals
  • Admin support provided
  • Work location: Saint John
How to Apply

Please send resumes to: support@kingswaycounselling.ca

Contact Email support@kingswaycounselling.ca
Agape Professional Services - Jordan’s Principle School Counsellor

Job Overview:
Under the direction of the Clinical Coordinator of Agape Professional Services, the Jordan’s
Principle School Counsellor is responsible for providing support and guidance primarily to
Indigenous students, promoting a positive school environment, and ensuring the academic,
social, and emotional success of students. The counsellor works with students individually and
in groups to help them address a wide range of issues, including personal, social, academic,
and career-related concerns.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Provide counselling services to students individually and in groups, including academic, social, and personal counselling
  • Collaborate with teachers and parents to develop plans and strategies to support student academic success and positive behavior
  • Where appropriate, conduct assessments of students' strengths, needs, and interests to assist them in setting academic, personal, and career goals 
  • Provide culturally safe interventions for all students, with support of the clinical team at Agape Professional Services
  • Provide cultural support for students through coordination with the community, cultural teachers and Elders
  • Work with students and families to address issues related to mental health, substance abuse, and crisis intervention
  • Maintain accurate records of counselling sessions, assessments, and other interactions with students and families
  • Participate in school-wide initiatives and events, such as parent-teacher conferences, open houses, and school assemblies, as required
  • Participate in regular case-conferencing sessions with other Agape clinicians


  • Master's degree in counselling or a related field
  • Provincial licensure with one of the following governing bodies: College of Counselling Therapists of New Brunswick (CCTNB), New Brunswick Association of Social Workers (NBASW)
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills, including the ability to work with diverse student and family populations from Indigenous communities
  • Knowledge of counselling theories and techniques, as well as current issues and trends in education
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team, with a high level of organizational and time management skills
  • Commitment to ongoing professional development and continuing education

Working Conditions:
The school counselor typically works in a school setting, with regular office hours during the school day. Some evening or weekend work may be required for school events or meetings. The counselor may work with students individually or in groups, in both classroom and private settings. The counselor may also be required to participate in team meetings, parent-teacher conferences, and other school-wide events.

How to Apply

Please contact mike@agapeprofessionals.org if you are interested in this position.

Contact Email mike@agapeprofessionals.org
Research Staff Interventionist

Job Purpose: The AIM research team is seeking a Research Staff Interventionist to deliver a novel intervention to research trial participants. The AIM study is a randomized controlled trial being led by Dr. Lori Weeks at Dalhousie University and Dr. Cathy Holtmann at the University of New Brunswick and the Muriel McQueen Fergusson Centre for Family Violence Research. This study is funded by the Public Health Agency of Canada. The study will be testing the effectiveness of the AIM intervention, a newly developed program to support and empower women in midlife and older who have experienced Intimate Partner Violence (IPV).

The Research Staff Interventionist will be responsible for implementing the AIM intervention to research trial participants. Participants will be women in midlife and older (approximately age 50+) who live in the Maritime provinces. Participants will be currently living with and/or in the process of leaving an abusive partner.  

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Participate in a training session.
  • Complete the informed consent process with participants.
  • Deliver the two components of the AIM intervention to participants.
  1. Deliver an information-sharing component to all trial participants: this will involve scheduling a one-hour virtual meeting with each participant to deliver information on IPV resources, safety planning, etc.
  2. Deliver a social support component of the intervention to 50% of participants: this will involve scheduling weekly phone calls with the participants for 12-weeks. This component of the intervention is to provide support (i.e., answer questions, provide referrals) to the participants.
  • Collect survey data with participants.

Required Qualifications:

Education: Completion of a post-secondary education diploma or degree program (e.g., social work, health professions, human services, counselling, health promotion, social sciences).

Experience: Minimum of 2 years of work experience in the community with victims of IPV and/ or elder abuse, experience in delivering services/programs to victims of IPV and/or elder abuse in the Maritime provinces.

Knowledge, skills, and abilities:

  • Knowledge of the dynamics of elder abuse and IPV
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work independently providing services to victims of abuse.

Asset Qualifications:

  • Candidates with English and French proficiency will be given preference.
  • Experience working with diverse populations (e.g., First Nations women, immigrant women, rural elders) is considered an asset.
  • Experience collecting research data (i.e., surveys, interviews) is an asset.
  • Experience using Microsoft Teams

Working Conditions:

  • This is a casual position offered on a 6-month contract.
  • The anticipated start date is October 2, 2023, and the anticipated end date is April 1, 2024.
  • The intervention will be delivered virtually. The interventionist must be located within the Maritime provinces with the ability to work virtually.
  • Rate of pay: $25-$30/hour.
  • Anticipated work hours: 10-20 hours per week
How to Apply

Please send your resume and cover letter to aimstudy@unb.ca. Applications will be reviewed until the candidate is hired.

Contact Email aimstudy@unb.ca
Social Worker (SWII) Prevention Program

  Job Posting: Social Worker (SWII) Prevention Program

Type of Employment:  Full-Time

Reports to: Director of Child and Family Services

Hours of Work:  35 hrs./weekly

Job Summary:  Woodstock First Nation is searching for an individual to provide professional social services to clients with priority on youth and children of the community. The work involves therapeutic intervention with children, adults and families within the Family Enhancement/Prevention Program. Under the direct supervision of the Program Director the successful candidate will become proficient with the duties of a community out-reach Social Worker and Child Prevention Services. Training and support will be provided.

Job Description:  Adhering to the WFN CFS Conditions of Employment and always maintaining confidentiality, the Social Worker Prevention Program responsibilities will include but not limited to:

  • Develop Prevention programs/activities to better serve the community
  • Work in collaboration with the cultural aspects and liaison with community agencies and supports.
  • Be proactive within the community by facilitating workshops, groups, etc. as required
  • Counselling children struggling with behavior management issues at the school and in the home
  • Counselling and assessing adults with addictions issues
  • Responding to Child Protection matters when needed
  • Responding to walk-ins in crisis and collaborating with other programs and committees to improve community services for youth and community members.
  • Be responsible for case management and documentation,
  • Establishing and maintain effective working relationships with clients, staff, community and with internal and external professional as well as sit on committees.

 Essential Qualifications: 

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Social work and must be an active member in good standing with the New Brunswick Association of Social Workers
  • A knowledge on addictions and the effects on individuals and families
  • Knowledge of First Nation socio economic realities and the provision of culturally safe care and a genuine interest in working with Wolastoq culture.
  • Ability to use office technology, software, and applications/NB Families
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills in English
  • Reliable, sound judgement, adaptability, and flexibility
  • Critical Thinking and decision-making skills
  • Planning and organization skills
  • Applicants being considered for an interview must provide a current criminal record check and a vulnerable sector check prior to interview.
  • Valid driver’s license.
How to Apply

Closing Date:   Until filled

Please make applications available to Tracy Dunphy by email or in person:

Telephone: (506)-324-6250 Email:  Tracy.Dunphy@gnb.ca

(All Applications must provide Cover Letter, Resume and 3 References) 

WFN reserves the right to amend and/or withdraw the above posting for 2023 Social Worker (SWII) Prevention Program

Contact Email Tracy.Dunphy@gnb.ca
Clinical Therapist - Conscious Counselling and Wellness

Job description

“Here you will find a multidisciplinary team of trauma-informed therapists who are passionate and dedicated to helping you address your challenges - mind, body, and spirit.”

Job Type: Full-time Independent Contracting Position


  • Flexible schedule
  • On-site parking
  • Work from home


  • Monday to Friday, evenings and weekends up to clinician


  • Master's Degree (required)

Work Location: Hybrid remote in Fredericton, NB E3B 3L6

Expected start date: 2023-11-01

We are seeking two compassionate, trauma-informed, Master or Doctoral level therapists to provide counselling therapy. We are hiring one virtual position and one in-person position.

We are seeking a Therapist who is:

  • Highly independent & driven
  • Client-centered & compassionate
  • Trauma-informed
  • LGBTQ2S+ Affirming
  • Neurodivergence affirming

Oriented one or more of the following approaches:

  • Internal family systems therapy
  • EMDR
  • Somatic approaches (somatic experiencing, trauma-informed yoga)
  • Narrative therapy
  • Psychodynamic therapy

We welcome applicants with the following education:

  • Master of Social Work
  • Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology
  • Master of Education in Counselling Psychology
  • Doctor of Psychology

This position is a sub-contractor position with a very generous and competitive fee split that provides the contractor (hiree) with confidential Conscious Counselling and Wellness booking, note-keeping and billing systems, access to a virtual assistant, and clinical support.

We are known for providing trauma-informed therapy based on the science of mindfulness and compassion, along with mind-body integration. Folks with a passion in these areas will be given preference.

We are very flexible in helping you get the clients you enjoy working with! This is an opportunity to work with individuals (youth and adult), couples, and families.

Link https://www.consciouscounsellingandwellness.com/blank-page-2
How to Apply

Please email your resume to referralccw@gmail.com

We can't wait to hear from you!

Contact Email referralccw@gmail.com
Expiry 27/10/2023
Social Worker - Horizon
RegionNew Brunswick

This is the life-changing opportunity you’ve been looking for. 

Horizon Health Network is currently recruiting for Social Workers to join our teams in Saint John, Moncton, Miramichi, Fredericton and the Upper River Valley as part of our Mobile Crisis Response Teams. These teams consist of addiction and mental health social workers and/or nurses who provide timely and well-coordinated responses to people who are experiencing a mental health crisis and who require assessment or intervention in the community. Mobile Crisis Units provide interventions to defuse situations in the community to individuals and families outside of the usual hours of operations including evenings and weekends.


Why you should work here

Working for Horizon gives you flexibility in your career, an east coast lifestyle and the chance to make a big difference in the lives of New Brunswickers.

As a member of our team, you’ll receive comprehensive benefits, including:

✔️ Up to $5K in recruitment incentives and relocation assistance

✔️ Competitive salary

✔️ Flexible work options with full-time and part-time positions

✔️ Medical

✔️ Dental

✔️ Life insurance

✔️ Disability insurance

✔️ Employer-paid pension

✔️ Sick benefits

✔️ Educational support opportunities

 and more. Take your career to the next level with Horizon Health Network!


Who you are

You have completed a university degree in social work and are registered and a member in good standing with the New Brunswick Association of Social Workers (or able to obtain upon hire).

Link www.myhorizoncareer.ca
How to Apply

Interested? Apply Today!

Derek Schriver is our Talent Acquisition Specialist for Allied Health is waiting to hear from you. Email Derek today @ Derek.Schriver2@HorizonNB.ca

To learn more about our career opportunities, visit our career site at www.myhorizoncareer.ca

Contact Email Derek.Schriver2@HorizonNB.ca
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