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Burlington Family Health Team

Social Worker (MSW)

Canada-Ontario-Burlington

Posted 10 Days Ago1571624

Company Information

Burlington Family Health Team is a Ministry funded organization consisting of Interdisciplany Health Service Providers including NPs, RNs, Social Workers, OT, Dietitian, Pharmacist and PTs.  We are affiliated with the Halton McMaster Family Health Centre and are expanding to provide Social Work services to the community.  


Job Description

Position:  Registered Social Worker (MSW)

 

Full Time and Part Time positions available

 

Reports to:

Executive Director

 

The Burlington Family Health Team is looking for Social Workers who are dynamic team players to join an innovative, community-based primary care health team.  We are establishing a new program that will provide community-based mental health and addictions treatment to patients of Burlington Family Physicians. We are looking for energetic individuals who are adaptable and excel in collaboration and innovation.  You will deliver social work services in accordance with FHT policies and professional practice standards.

 

In partnership with community Family Physicians and other Mental Health and Addictions Community Agencies, responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Assessment of individual clinical and psychosocial needs, urgency and acuity
  • Internal navigation and/or facilitating access to other health care providers and community organizations
  • Collaboration with individual Family Physicians to provide care, including monitoring, recording and reporting change in clinical presentation
  • Provision of both evidence-based group and individual psychotherapy within our organizational model and philosophy
  • Inter-professional, inter-agency and community relationship building and collaboration
  • Participation in Continuous Quality Improvement cycles
  • Development of research and learning resources for health care providers

 

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Proof of registration with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers (OCSWSSW) in good standing
  • Minimum education:  Masters Degree in Social Work from a recognized university
  • Minimum of three (3) years’ experience working in a Family Health Team or primary care setting providing assessment, treatment, consultation, and education to a similar adult population; must have good understanding of the unique characteristics of primary care delivery, including risk assessment and management in this setting
  • Must demonstrate strong assessment and treatment skills within Anti-Oppressive and Recovery Practice and include expertise in one or more of: Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy, and Mindfulness-based Therapy. Must be willing to engage in relevant additional training, as determined to be required.  Ability to deliver Brief Solution Focused Therapy would be considered an asset 
  • Working knowledge of the Personal Health Information and Privacy Act, Health Care Consent Act, Mental Health Act, Substitute Decision-Makers’ Act, Child and Family Service’s Act, Access for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, Regulated Health Professionals Act and community resources is required
  • Expertise working with people experiencing symptoms of low mood and anxiety
  • Experience in addictions counselling is an asset
  • Evidence of ongoing professional development and continuing education
  • Excellent telephone, interpersonal and presentation communication skill sets
  • Ability to also safely deliver clinical care in French or Spanish is considered an asset
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, including Power Point is an asset
    • Previous experience using electronic medical record (OSCAR) documentation is an asset
    • Demonstrated ability to tolerate ambiguity and embrace change
    • Commitment to evidence-based and evidence-generating clinical practice
    • Passion for solving problems yet to be defined
    • Commitment to transforming mental health care delivery
      • Valid Ontario driver’s license and access to a vehicle as Group Education sessions will be delivered at varying community locations
      • Flexibility in working hours is required, with expectation of some evenings and weekends
      • Completion of a Vulnerable Person Sector reference check is required on hire

 

 


Contact Information

Burlington Family Health Team
Joanne Pearson
Executive Director
9053339026