Belleville & Quinte West Community Health Centre (BQWCHC) is a community-based primary health care organization that provides community-focused health promotion, illness prevention, and comprehensive primary health care services. We work from a health equity perspective, prioritizing people and communities who face systemic barriers to accessing services and health care. The Centre has a vision for a healthier community where all people have access to quality care and services, delivered with respect.
The Social Worker provides one-on-one clinical support/counselling, primarily to BQWCHC clients. Health promotion, education, and community development activities will be provided by the social worker, as necessary.
Key Areas of Responsibility:
- Clinical Services – provides psychosocial assessments & determines therapeutic treatment goals; provides clinical time-limited counselling and case management functions for individuals, couples, and families, working in partnership with other primary health care providers and community supports for seamless, client-centered care
- Mental health group facilitation
- Community Programming and Initiatives – develops, implements, and evaluates treatment and education programs/services to maximize psycho-social functioning of individuals and families within the context of mental health, addictions, trauma-informed care, and the social determinants of health
- Quality Improvement – participates in quality improvement practices consistent with current research and evidence-informed best practice guidelines
- Work in a manner that incorporates respect and value for the diversity of communities and individuals
- Teamwork – works collaboratively as a member of the inter-professional team
- Mentoring – supports the Centre’s student and volunteer placement programs
- Masters of Social Work degree with 2 years of experience providing clinical services or Bachelors of Social Work degree with 10 years of clinical experience, preferably in a primary health care or community/health care setting, with a strong grounding in mental health issues and trauma
- Member in good standing with Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers
- Proficiency and knowledge of best practices in current assessment and psychotherapy for working with individuals, couples, groups, and families
- Experience working with individuals who identity as gender non-conforming or transgender, an asset
- Demonstrated ability to work with a high degree of independence while collaborating with an interdisciplinary team
- Strong interpersonal skills to work with diverse client groups; ability to work within demanding interpersonal situations
- Demonstrated effective verbal and written communication skills using a range of technologies
- Experience in program development, implementation, and evaluation, an asset
- Bi-lingual French/English, an asset
- May require travel – valid driver’s licence and insurance, with access to reliable transportation, required
- Current clear Criminal Records Check with Vulnerable Sector Screening, required
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Competition open until filled.
BQWCHC is an equal opportunity employer. If you require accommodation to participate in the hiring process, please call 613-962-0000 x 231 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information visit our website at www.bqwchc.com. We thank all applicants however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.