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Posted May 9, 2018
Catholic Family Service - Coordinator – Fathers Moving Forward


Catholic Family Service (CFS) is all about building strong families. Our programs and services are designed to help people prevent or work through issues like marital problems, family breakdown, trauma and abuse. Our mantra is humanity above all else, which means we don’t turn anyone away. We’re driven by compassion, not religion.

At CFS, we pride ourselves on living our values every day, embracing new ideas, and being a kind and supportive environment in which to work, volunteer and study. In fact, 97% of our employees describe CFS as a good place to work and participate. If you share our values and can offer unparalleled professional service to our clients, please consider joining our team.

The Position:

Title: Coordinator – Fathers Moving Forward
Job Type: Full-time

WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE A DAD? Catholic Family Service is seeking a passionate individual who loves working systemically with Young Fathers up to age 26 to empower them to answer this question for themselves. This position requires a self-starter who is a mature and energetic individual to be part of a team to deliver co-parenting groups, a dad’s parenting group along with case management, resourcing, counselling and assisting in the successful conclusion of a research project. It is an exciting program with great opportunity for increasing awareness and access to services for young fathers, their children and partners. This individual will report to the Supervisor of the Counselling and Social Support Services Team at Catholic Family Service – Louise Dean Centre.

Qualifications Required:

  • Graduate Degree in Social Work/ Psychology is required; equivalency may be considered;
  • Eligible and in good standing with professional governing body;
  • Skilled in group facilitation, engagement, recruitment, case management, counselling and assessment skills with men. These skills will be provided both to individuals and the larger community;
  • Experience and knowledge of working with young adults, especially young fathers and young mothers;
  • Proficient in working in collaborative processes and workplaces;
  • Strong team work; willingness to learn; effective time management and organizational skills;
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule including evenings;
  • Experience with collecting, maintaining and compiling evaluation information for reports and research project;
  • Strong interpersonal skills to participate on a variety of committees focused on men’s services, cultural communities and families.

How to Apply:

E-send your resume to:
Tracey Dalman, Supervisor of Counselling and Social Support Services, Louise Dean Centre

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Posted April 26, 2018
Red Deer College - Counsellor - Personal and Career Focus

Position Information

Position Title: Counsellor - Personal and Career Focus

Job Description: The Counselling & Career Centre provides programs, services and support to help
students achieve their personal, social and academic goals. We help students achieve
success by helping them cope with personal concerns that may interfere with their
academic progress. A broad range of counseling skills and knowledge in the areas of
personal, career and academic issues is required.

Job Duties: As the successful candidate, you will have an awareness of the developmental needs
and counseling concerns presented by a diverse post-secondary student population.
You will provide counselling services to Red Deer College students and prospective
students, with a primary focus on personal and career counselling. In addition to
providing individual counselling, you will plan and provide workshops, develop outreach
and psychoeducational activities and liaise with diverse internal and external
stakeholders. As part of an integrated service team, you will provide risk assessment,
crisis intervention and referral, on an as-needed basis. You will participate in regular
group and individual supervision and case consultations.

Required Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree in Counselling or Clinical Social Work
  • Registered or able to be registered under the Health Professions Act
  • Proven counselling and assessment skills
  • Excellent interpersonal and communications skills
  • Demonstrated organizational skills and initiative
  • Ability to work in a team environment
  • Ability to identify and solve problems

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience with the needs of post-secondary learners and the post-secondary environment an asset
  • Knowledge of community resources and adult learners an asset

Salary or Hourly? Salary

Salary:  Commensurate with education and experience

Benefits and Compensation Information:
An additional 8% of the gross salary in lieu of vacation.

Posting Detail Information

  • Competition Number 2018-F-046
  • Faculty Employment Type Sessional
  • Number of Vacancies 1
  • Desired Start Date 05/22/2018
  • Position End Date (if term-certain) 04/19/2019
  • FTE 1.0
  • Hours of Work 8:00a.m.-4:30p.m.; Monday to Friday
  • Open Date 04/20/2018
  • Close Date
  • Open Until Filled Yes
  • Special Instructions to Applicants

Supplemental Questions

Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).
1. * How many years of experience do you have in this type of position?

  • 0-1
  • 1-3
  • 3-5
  • 5-7
  • 7+

2. * Do you have a masters degree?

  • Yes
  • No

Documents Needed To Apply

Required Documents
1. Resume
2. References Names and Contact Information
3. Cover Letter

Optional Documents

Application Instructions - For more information about Red Deer College, this position or to Apply online, please

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Posted April 16, 2018
Bow Valley College - Indigenous Mental Health Services Liaison


Bow Valley College is the largest and fastest growing Comprehensive Community College in Alberta. We have locations across southern Alberta helping 14,000 learners each year. Our mission is to contribute to the vitality of communities and strength of the economy through innovative adult education programs and services which equip students for successful living, lifelong learning, and employment in a global knowledge-based environment.

Why work at Bow Valley College?  We have recently been named one of Alberta's Top 70 Employers for 2018. Bow Valley College is made up of employees who are committed to our learners´ success, as well as each other´s. Our staff and faculty consistently say it is the people who keep them at the College, the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of our students, and the incredible support they receive from their co-workers and supervisors. 

The Learner Success Services (LSS) department is looking for an Indigenous Mental Health Services Liaison to complement their team. 

For Indigenous learners, mental health must be viewed holistically, inclusive of spirituality, culture and social conditions and must recognize the historical and socio-political context of Indigenous mental health, including the impact of colonization; intergenerational and/or other trauma, loss and grief; separation of families and children; loss of traditional lands; loss of culture and identity; and the effect of social inequity, stigma, racism and ongoing losses.  As such, mental health supports for Indigenous learners requires focused efforts.

Reporting to the Coordinator, Counselling and Wellness, the Indigenous Mental Health Services Liaison will work closely with the Mental Health Outreach Liaison and the Iniikokaan Centre team to:

  • Develop and launch strategically identified Indigenous learner mental health programs and initiatives grounded in an Indigenous, holistic, perspective;
  • Liaise with Indigenous community stakeholders and support relevant agencies to enhance on-campus mental health supports for Indigenous learners and facilitate connections to broader resources within the community.



Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree - Social work, counselling, health promotion, nursing, psychology, public health, etc
  • 3 years of experience in related field
  • An equivalent combination of directly related education and experience may be considered 


  • Experience working in an adult or post-secondary education institution would be an asset.
  • In depth knowledge of various mental health issues and how they impact personal and academic success.
  • Recognition and respect for the diversity and uniqueness of individuals with various mental health issues.
  • Knowledge of communication and training strategies/techniques and the ability to design plans for Indigenous audiences.
  • In depth knowledge of Aboriginal history, cultures, worldviews, teachings, current issues and identity.  Experience working with the Indigenous peoples of this area.
  • Detailed knowledge of barriers Indigenous people face in education participation.
  • Recognition and respect for the diversity and uniqueness of First Nations, Metis and Inuit Peoples’ expectations and aspirations.
  • Strong connection to Indigenous Ways of Knowing.
  • Knowledge of cultural awareness and protocol as related to Aboriginal peoples (First Nations, Metis & Inuit) and also, experience working with students from diverse backgrounds.
  • Experience working with Aboriginal organizations, services and other resources in Calgary.
  • Knowledge and fluency in an Aboriginal language.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills including effective presentation skills and report writing.
  • Problem-solving and analytical skills.
  • Planning, organizational and time management skills.
  • Ability to work under pressure and with deadlines.
  • Must be credible, non-judgmental and impartial.
  • Working knowledge of computer applications (Microsoft Office, Internet, Student Information System an asset) general office equipment and keyboarding skills.


This is a full-time project position until March 2019.

Please note that all successful candidates will be required to provide government issued identification and proof of educational qualifications upon hire and may be required to provide an enhanced police information check.


For further information, and to apply, please go to:

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