Our client, who is part of the Québec Native Friendship Centres association, has appointed us exclusively to recruit the new clinical and intervention director.
Your next challenge will be to develop and provide quality holistic health intervention leadership in order to meet the needs of Native members. We are looking for your talent that combines knowledge in psychosocial intervention, good teamwork and the ability to manage human resources in a unionized environment.
In addition to benefits such as vacation time of up to 6 weeks, you will have the opportunity to take part in a number of complex challenges, find solutions and promote the adoption of behaviors consistent with the values and code of ethics of Native Montréal.
Comme make a difference as a Clinical Director in this transitional time in the Montreal indigenous community!
Develop and provide quality intervention and holistic health services that meet the needs of Indigenous members.
Manage the intervention team and develop appropriate partnerships.
Manage participant requests and direct cases to the relevant staff, partners and service providers.
Contribute to the strategic development of interventions and holistic Indigenous health.
Build and enforce thorough and culturally safe intervention protocols.
Develop and implement new services and service points.
Ensure the continuous improvement of existing services.
Evaluate the quality of services.
Recruit, manage and support team members under your responsibility.
Ensure the development of employee skills.
Support and clinically supervise the members of the intervention team.
Facilitate team meetings and information flow.
Promote the adoption of behaviors consistent with the values and code of ethics of Native Montréal.
Perform a variety of related tasks.
An RRSP contribution plan with employer contribution.
Up to 6 weeks of vacation and several social holidays to allow you to take time for yourself.
A positive work environment to achieve the collective mission as a team.
Contribute to improving the quality of life in Native communities.
University degree in social work, psychoeducation, or any other related field.
Possess a minimum of 5 years of experience in a similar position one of which is in managing a community organization.
Knowledge of the Indigenous community is a key element.
Previous experience in managing various resources (clinical, human resources).
Fluency in written and spoken French and English is essential.
Your emotional intelligence is one of your greatest strengths, you are empathetic and attentive.
Your leadership skills are unparalleled.
Your organizational methods are exemplary.
You encourage flexibility, respect and confidentiality in the fulfillment of your functions.