Program Supervisor - Senior Support (HR149)
The Program Supervisor works as a member of the Older Adult Team and plays a crucial role in the delivery of programs and services to the citizens of Calgary. The Program Supervisor actively supervises senior support staff who work in the community with clients while promotes a work culture that values training, support and commitment to staff providing safe, competent care in the community.
Practice Supervisor, Family, Adolescent and Community Team (HR148)
As part of a multi-disciplinary team the Practice Supervisor plays a crucial role in the delivery of programs and services to the citizens of Calgary. Working closely with the Program Manager, the Practice Supervisor has an important role in the leadership and management of the Family, Adolescent and Community Team. With the assistance of the Program Manager, they implement program initiatives and changes to ensure that service delivery is effective and that service targets are achieved.
We are currently recruiting for a clinical position that will do assessment, brief intervention and caregiver support on an outreach basis to support children and youth and their caregivers
Applicants please quote: HR145
Calgary Family Services works to support the care of children and youth who have been removed and placed in care to maintain connections with family, to stabilize while in care and to assist with the planning for permanent options in the future.
This Clinical position will work in conjunction with Children’s Services and in the homes with the kinship and foster caregivers to ensure that the special needs of the child are met. The clinician will gather assessment information and provide trauma assessment, mental health support, advocacy, case management, brief counselling, and collaboration with school and community partners. Experience working with Children’s Services and with children who have experienced changes in caregivers is a definite asset. Knowledge of research in the areas of neuroscience, attachment, trauma, mental health, loss and resiliency is required. The ability to work creatively and adaptively with children and caregivers, case managers and professional, biological, kinship and foster care families is required. A background in high conflict family situations, trauma, grief and loss, transitioning and resiliency is essential. Additional on-going training is available to the successful candidate.