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Job Order #: 5657635

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Saskatchewan Health Authority
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$32.847 to $40.164 (5 step range)
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Saskatchewan Health Authority

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Employer Job Number: GO-00544741-1
Job Description: A challenging career opportunity exists in La Ronge, Saskatchewan with the Mental Health Program for an energetic, caring professional who can exercise sound clinical judgement. This position will provide professional counseling in non-traditional ways in non-clinical settings with flexible work hours to children, families, individuals and groups who are receiving supportive services of the KidsFirst NORTH program - a program for very vulnerable families with young children who live within the region. It will provide professional consultation and guidance to KidsFirst NORTH Home Visitors, regional supervisors, and to community based programs associated with KidsFirst NORTH.

Although the position is based in La Ronge it requires frequent travel to work with Kids First NORTH families and staff in Sandy Bay, Pinehouse and La Ronge.
Travel on gravel roads and in light aircraft is required.

Bachelors degree in Social Work is required
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Knowledge of human development and family dynamics relating to family, violence, trauma, addiction and poverty is essential
A wide range of counselling skills are required in working with adults, youth and their families
Knowledge of crisis intervention and prevention programs is required as well as the skill to develop these programs in a cross-cultural setting
Knowledge of mental health treatment resources and the skills to make appropriate assessments and referrals
A willingness to integrate mental health programming at a community level utilizing a variety of community partners
A willingness to continually improve existing programs to meet the specific needs and culture of the community
A willingness to build on the strengths of the community and the resiliency of its families
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