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Clinical Caseworker

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Job Order #: 5626775

Employer Name:
Ranch Ehrlo Society Inc.
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$78, 048.26 to $100, 891.65 depending on education and experience
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Length of Employment:
1 year
University Master's Degree
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Ranch Ehrlo Society Inc.

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Kate Langen

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Ranch Ehrlo Society has an exciting career opportunity within its clinical team. If you are interested in pursuing your career with a nationally recognized treatment program and one of Saskatchewans Top Employers, we are seeking a Clinical Caseworker for a one year term position for our specialized residential treatment program at our Regina/ Pilot Butte campus.

We are dedicated to providing quality residential treatment services to children and youth who are experiencing a range of social, psychological, behavioural, cognitive, and psychiatric difficulties. Services are provided through holistic, psychosocial therapies, designed to enhance the well-being of individuals and their families.

The clinical caseworker provides assessment, treatment planning, and individual and group counselling services to youth. The caseworker will work with the residential, educational, and treatment teams, as well as families and stakeholders, to provide a comprehensive treatment program.

Candidates will have:
- Masters degree in psychology, social work, or other relevant human service field (those in the process of completing their masters degree will be considered)
- Excellent written and oral communication skills, and ability to work well within a multidisciplinary team environment
- Working knowledge of human development and interpersonal trauma in children and youth
- Sound ability to complete psychosocial assessments and design corresponding treatment plans
- Cultural awareness and sensitivity
- Excellent organizational skills and strong motivation to work within a highly demanding role
- Must be a current member or eligible for membership in relevant professional association


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