Hourly rate according to experience plus several bonuses offered.
Management - Executive
Type of job
Our client, a local community service center based in Northern Quebec, has mandated Bedard Human Resources to recruit a Child and Youth-Family Psychoeducator.
If you are a recent graduate with some internship experience or have experience working with children and their families in a childcare and social setting in the Indigenous community, it is a professional and personal fulfillment to join an engaging community.
In addition to receiving a regional disparity bonus, all-inclusive furnished housing, moving expenses, paid transportation, a defined benefit pension fund, a comprehensive insurance plan and many other benefits, you will interact with people and colleagues in a mountainous landscape in your daily life.
Welcome to retired people who want to work in an Indigenous environment and enjoy a region rich in nature and culture!
Plan and manage prevention activities in collaboration with your team.
Intervene with children and their families.
Coordinate screening and assessment activities.
Work with a multidisciplinary team in connection with clinical conversations.
Intervene in emergency and crisis situations.
Perform on-call and required psychosocial care.
Performs any other related tasks.
Furnished housing provided.
Group insurance plan.
Defined benefit pension fund.
Possibility of obtaining a northern leave if you are currently working in the health network.
Many other competitive benefits.
Bachelor's degree: psychosocial, social work, psychoeducation or psychology.
Member in good standing of a professional order.
Experience with clients aged 6-18 years and/or 0 to 5 years of experience in a client environment.
2 years of experience with youth with behavioural/mental health issues.
Strong knowledge of the Indigenous culture and community.
Experience working with First Nations or in remote areas.