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MHCC - Board Member
Mental Health Commission of Canada
Board Member Recruitment Notice
Having successfully recruited outstanding representatives from First Nations and Métis communities in 2016, the Governance & Nominating Commuttee of the Mental Health Commission of Canada is currently seeking applications from Inuit communities for its Board of Directors.
Interested candidates must submit applications to be received by 5:00 pm ET on April 15, 2017 to:
The Mental Health Commission of Canada
Attention: Corporate Secretary
350 Albert Street, Suite 1210
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1R 1A4
Or by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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MHCC - Board of Directors
Mental Health Commission of Canada
Join our Board of Directors –Seeking applications to fill several postions on our Board of Directors. We are looking for people from all walks of Canadian life who are dedicated to the improvement of the lives of people with mental health problems and illnesses. This is your chance to make a difference!
Interested candidates should submit applications to be received by 5:00pm ET on April 15, 2017 to:
The Mental Health Commission of Canada Attention: Corporate Secretary
350 Albert Street, Suite 1210 Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1R 1A4
or by email to email@example.com
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Director, Labour Relations - BC
Reporting to the Executive Director of Human Resources, the Director Employee / Labour Relations plays an important part in an upbeat and positive HR team. In addition to being a key component of the HR Management team, the Director is an active member of the District’s Leadership Team.
- Provides strategic leadership and advice to the District’s Senior Executive Team, Executives and Administrators in support of the Board of Education.
- Supports all aspects of HR and develops positive relationships with the Unions, Associations, BCPSEA and other stakeholder groups
- Ensures appropriate interpretation and administration of the Collective Agreements and related contracts.
- Provides labour and employee relations advice consistent with the terms of the Collective Agreements, District policy and regulations, the School act and Provincial labour laws.
- Oversees Collective Agreement renewal.
- Oversees employee labour relations processes that support successful outcomes and relationships with various stakeholders, including union groups.
- Manages and participates in the grievance process ensuring that the proposed solutions maintain the integrity of the district and are within the terms and spirit of the collective agreements.
- Conducts and / or oversees discipline processes and investigations, including allegations of harassment.
- Required education and experience:
- A bachelor’s degree in human resources, business administration or a related field
- A minimum of ten years of experience in employee / labour relations with increasing responsibility and complexity, including five years in a supervisory position.
Required knowledge and skills:
- Knowledge of applicable provincial laws and regulations, especially related to employment and labour law.
- Knowledge of provincial labour relations environment including arbitral jurisprudence.
- Superior communication and organizational skills.
- Ability to develop excellent working relationships and establish personal credibility with individuals at every level of the organization.
- Ability to anticipate and assess potential risks, issues and opportunities from both a business line and organizational perspective and to make balanced recommendations for resolution.
- Experience in conflict resolution and mediation.
- Experience in conducting grievance meetings.
- Experience in discipline proceedings, settlement agreements and terminations with and without cause.
- Ability to actively contribute to strategic goals and operational effectiveness of the HR department as a member of the HR leadership team
- Experience in collective bargaining and negotiations.
- Professional certification or designation such as CHRP
Interested and qualified applicants should forward their resumes with supporting documents, references and cover letter, quoting the competition number by 4:00 p.m., Wednesday, March 29, 2017 to:
Competition # DLR:851:17
Human Resources Department
School District 36 (Surrey)
14033 92 Ave, Surrey, BC V3V 0B7
Note: Faxed resumes will not be accepted. The successful applicant will be required to consent to a Criminal Record Search prior to employment. Only applicants selected for interviews will be contacted. To all others, thank you for your interest.
For more career opportunities with Surrey Schools, visit www.makeafuture.ca/surrey.
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The Calgary Dream Centre - Director of Mental Health Services
Director of Mental Health Services
The Calgary Dream Centre is currently seeking a Director of Mental Health Services. This individual will exemplify excellence by effectively directing, supervising and coordinating all mental health services at the CDC. The position provides expertise on mental health programming for all clients, especially for difficult cases. The Director Mental Health Services is responsible for the development, implementation, and assessment of the mental health services throughout the Calgary Dream Centre. The position is also responsible for program development, process and policy improvement initiatives, and serves on the CDC leadership team. Along with the opportunity to join a team of exceptional professionals in an enjoyable and stimulating working environment, you will have the deep satisfaction that comes from knowing that you have truly made a difference in the lives of hurting people in our community.
We take the words of our mission statement seriously “to help people restore their dignity, discover their destiny, and realize their dreams”, giving its guidance deep consideration in every decision we make as an organization. This commitment to mission resonates with our clients and stakeholders.
Joining the Calgary Dream Centre means you’ll have the opportunity to discover a work experience where new and diverse ideas are met with enthusiasm, and you can be a part of a team that are building the organization you always wanted to work for.
The Calgary Dream Centre is a faith-based recovery organization working to change the lives of those most vulnerable in the city of Calgary.
We strive to guide men and women caught in cycles of poverty and addiction into lives of purpose through our holistic process of transformation.
To learn more, please click on this link https://calgarydreamcentre.com/careers/
Email your resume to Jennifer English at firstname.lastname@example.org
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CUPS' - Shared Care Mental Health Counselor (SCMH) - Downtown Calgary Health Clinic
CUPS’ represents an evidence-based, integrative trauma informed approach to combining its programs and services to provide long lasting solutions to those struggling with poverty.
Extensive research proves that the provision of Health Care, Education and Housing helps speed up the process of recovery from poverty. CUPS’ is unique in providing services in these 3 critical areas.
We have an immediate 1.0 FTE employment opportunity for a Shared Care Mental Health Counselor (SCMH) within our downtown health clinic. This individual will report to our Mental Health Manager and will provide supportive counseling and case management for patients who present to the medical clinic primary care team.
The successful candidate will have a sound knowledge of Trauma Informed practices to advocate and refer clients as needed. Our ideal candidate will possess a solid understanding of issues surrounding homelessness, women’s health issues, mental health and addiction as well as having some familiarity with the DSM IV; excellent communication and organizational skills with a sound ability to collaborate with an interdisciplinary team.
A minimum of 5 years experience in Mental Health counseling along with an educational background in the Human Service, particularly a master’s degree in a related field such as social work, counselling psychology are requirements for this position.
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and résumé by February 20th 2017 to:
1001 10 Ave SW
Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
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Wood's Homes - Casual Clinician - Fort McMurray
We Never Say No. We Never Give up. We Never Turn Anyone Away.
Wood’s Homes is a multi-service, non-profit children’s mental health centre based in Calgary. Our over 550 staff and volunteers help provide 35 programs and services for 28,000 children and their families each year in Calgary, Lethbridge, Canmore, Strathmore, Fort McMurray and Fort Smith, N.W.T.
Commitment to high-risk adolescents, challenged with some very tough issues, is not easy and the reality is that most problems surface after hours. These are the times when our frontline workers spring into action. Work hours at Wood’s Homes are typically round-the-clock and the type of work we do requires quick thinking, confidence, forgiveness and persistence.
We are currently seeking a Casual Clinician for our Stepping Stones Youth Services Program in Fort McMurray, AB. This program is a temporary home for homeless and at risk young people. The program offers a safe place for young people who are not living at home for various reasons. In addition, the home assists youth and their families/caregivers to work through problems and prevent further family breakdown.
As a key member of the team, the Clinician is responsible for the provision of quality clinical services to a caseload of young people and families in the form of family, individual and group psychotherapy. The work with the clients is primarily done on an outreach basis and travel is required. The successful candidate will work flexible hours which include some evening and weekend work. This position reports to the Supervisor of the Stepping Stones Youth Services program.
RESPONSIBILITIES include but are not limited to:
• Performs assessments of young people/families as assigned. Provides a written report of the assessment following Quality Improvement guidelines.
• Provides clinical consultation/training to staff, practicum students, community professionals and other trainees, as requested.
• Actively communicates with community resources regarding Wood’s Homes clientele and programs.
• Performs as a member of an inter-disciplinary team and an active participant of the clinical team.
• Participates in research and other specialized projects, as assigned.
QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATION:
• Masters or Ph D Degree in Psychology, Social Work, Family Nursing, Child and Youth Care, or a related field.
• Is fully registered by or has completed certification in the appropriate professional association.
• Must have own transportation.
• Personal suitability is important.
Wood’s Homes is proud to be awarded one of the 100 Best Places to Work in Canada for 2011 and 2012, as well as one of Canada’s Best Workplaces for Women in 2011.
Please submit a resume to Wood’s Homes – Human Resources Department (Parkdale Campus) via email to: email@example.com. Please quote competition code ‘Last Name, First Name, Stepping Stones Clinician’ in the subject line.
We thank all applicants for their interest, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
Please visit us at www.woodshomes.ca for more information about our organization.
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