- Post ID: 507437051
- Posted Date: Apr 28, 2021
- Closing Date: Dec 24, 2021
- Company: Prince George Native Friendship Centre
- Category: Health & Wellness
- Business Location:1600 3rd Avenue, Prince George, BC, Canada
- Views 112
- Experience: 5 years or more
- Remuneration: 30.00
- Education: High school graduation certificate
- How to apply: Please visit https://pgnfc.prevueaps.com
The Prince George Native Friendship Centre (PGNFC) has grown and continues to be one of the largest and busiest community service delivery agencies in Prince George. Our clientele of Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples have supported the Centre’s program offerings for the last 50 years. The PGNFC provides culturally appropriate programming to meet the community’s unique and diverse needs. We offer a wide variety of services, which includes education, employment, health, early childhood, and social programs.
Prince George Native Friendship Centre
“We are a dynamic and compassionate team facilitating individual, family, and community growth, well-being and mutual understanding through the “power of friendship”.
Come join our team as a Clinician Administrative Coordinator (Aboriginal Child and Youth Wellness Program/ Native Healing Centre)
You enjoy a job with a variety of ways to support families and communities.
SCOPE OF POSITION
The PGNFC requires a full time Clinician/Coordinator. This combined role involves clinical work with clients and families; as well as supporting a multidisciplinary team of counsellors in a leadership capacity. The successful applicant will be well supported by a Clinical Supervisor, Intake Worker, and Health Director; and will have access to consultation with Psychology and Psychiatry as well as a Cultural Advisor. The successful candidate will lead a team of counsellors and clinicians working in Prince George, McLeod Lake, Kwadacha and Tsay Keh Dene. This position also involves liaising with PGNFC and community programs in mutual collaboration.
- Masters in Social Work, Counselling, Clinical Psychology; or comparable graduate degree at the Master’s level; Applicants with a Bachelor’s Level Degree and relevant work experience will be considered
- Experience in program coordination, or comparable supervisory experience
- Experience working in mental health services, crisis intervention, and group facilitation
- Familiarity with Indigenous history and culture, as well as Trauma Informed Practice
- Ability to build relationships with the professional community
- Excellent oral, and written communication skills, as well as computer literacy
- Criminal Record Check is a requirement
The range of duties is varied, but at a minimum will include:
- Program management: human resources, coordination of service delivery, risk management, maintaining a budget, staff supervision, case consultation
- Represent the program in the community, and maintain linkages with other PGNFC programs, mental health providers, and community programs
- Providing clinical services to clients of all ages
To apply for this position, please visit our website at https://pgnfc.prevueaps.com by May 10, 2021
Prince George Native Friendship Center