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Social Worker / Psychotherapist

JOB DESCRIPTION

Community Family Services of Ontario offers linguistically sensitive and culturally responsive counselling and family services to enhance the functioning and the quality of life of individuals and families.

Position Title:   Social Worker / Psychotherapist

Position Type:   1 Full-Time position for contract till the end of March, 2021

Start Date:          June/July 2020

Supervised by: Clinical Services Manager

Apply:                   info@cfso.care

Major Responsibilities

  • Provide individual, couple, and family counselling based on evidence-based assessment and treatment. Provide crisis intervention, psychoeducation, and evaluation to clients.
  • Provide psychoeducation in group settings.
  • Conduct external referrals by matching client needs with available community resources as appropriate.
  • Document assessment, intervention, client interactions, referral correspondences, clinical consultations, education, safety planning, outreach, in precise and concise English and in a timely manner, according to college, funder, and accreditation requirements.
  • Liaise with referral sources and funder liaison as directed.
  • Support clients through transitions and housing application processes
  • Work day and evening shifts in a roster with the rest of the team.
  • Support the Clinical Services Manager with external liaison and program development needs.
  • Maintain strict confidentiality as outlined in agency privacy and confidentiality policy.
  • Other duty/assignment as reasonably assigned by Clinical Services Manager and/or Executive Director.

Qualifications

  • University degree at the Bachelors level or above in Social Work, Psychotherapy, or Mental Health.
  • Eligibility for membership in Good Standing with a relevant governing body.
  • At least 1 years of clinical experience in an institutional setting.
  • Knowledge and experience of working with domestic violence, trauma work, mental health, couple and family therapy, brief therapy model.
  • Knowledge of, sensitivity in, and commitment to serve the Chinese and Asian community in Ontario.
  • Familiar with community resources to support clients with Chinese and Asian cultural background
  • Fluency in Verbal & Written English and Chinese (Mandarin and Cantonese). Vietnamese an asset.
  • Adaptability to commute to locations in the GTA, York Region and Peel Region.
  • Proficiency in MS Office software programs and usage of Internet.
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal, and time management skills.
  • Ability to work independently and as a team member.
  • Willingness to work days / evenings, and occasional weekends as required.
  • Student mentorship skills an asset.
  • Clearance from a Vulnerable Sector Police Screening.

SETTLEMENT COUNSELLOR

JOB DESCRIPTION

Community Family Services of Ontario offers linguistically sensitive and culturally responsive counselling, family services, and disabilities and special needs services to enhance the functioning and the quality of life of individuals and families.

Position Title:  Settlement Counsellor

Position Type:  Contract Full-Time, till March 31, 2021, with possibility of extension

Start Date: August 2020

Supervised by: Settlement Program Manager

Apply by e-mail to info@cfso.care

Major Responsibilities

  • Manage, plan and monitor settlement, information and referrals programs
  • Develop and maintain reports, proposals and statistical information
  • Participate actively in external community partnership development, networks and special project development
  • Plan and organize group activities and workshops (currently hosted online)
  • Provide crisis intervention for emergency situations
  • Develop, implement and follow up service plans
  • Prepare accurate and complete case notes and records, correspondences, reports and other written materials
  • Maintain statistical reports and follow different reporting requirement according to programs
  • Maintain strict confidentiality as outlined in agency privacy and confidentiality policy
  • Other duty / assignment as reasonably assigned by the supervisor
  • Work as a team player to jointly deliver on departmental goals under the supervision of the Settlement Program Manager and leadership of the Executive Director, in line with the overarching goals of CFSO
  • Deliver client service in a professional, respectful, calm and nonjudgmental manner
  • Other duties as reasonably assigned by Executive Director and Settlement Program Manager

Qualifications

  • Graduate of a 3-year Community Service Program in a Community Service or an equivalent field
  • At least 1 year of experience in newcomer settlement service
  • Knowledge of sensitivity and commitment to serving the Chinese community in Ontario
  • Advanced supervision and service skills in newcomer settlement
  • Knowledge of laws and regulations around immigration, refugee, and citizenship
  • Fluency in Verbal & Written English and Chinese (Mandarin and/or Cantonese), Vietnamese an asset
  • Proficiency in MS Office software programs and usage of Internet
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal, and time management skills
  • Ability to work independently and as a team member
  • Willingness to work days / evenings, and occasional weekends as required
  • Clearance from a Vulnerable Sector Police Screening

Community Family Services of Ontario is an inclusive employer.

Accommodation is available under the Ontario Human Rights Code.

Clinical Supervisor

JOB DESCRIPTION

Community Family Services of Ontario offers linguistically sensitive and culturally responsive counselling, family services, newcomer settlement, and disabilities and special needs services to enhance the functioning and the quality of life of individuals and families.

Position Title:   Clinical Supervisor

Position Type:   1 Full-Time position for contract till the end of March 2021, with the possibility of extension

Start Date:          August / September 2020

Supervised by: Clinical Services Manager

Apply:                   info@cfso.care

Major Responsibilities

  • Provide clinical supervision to a team of professional counselors regulated by CRPO and/or OCSWSSW on a bi-weekly schedule.
  • Conduct clinical record auditing for all clinical staff. Provide feedback to clinical staff and follow up on individual improvement.  Provide reports and recommendations to the Clinical Services Manager based on the auditing results and improvement with staff.
  • Assist Clinical Service Manager in developing clinical policies and procedures to ensure sustainable service quality and compliance to Professional College Standards and accreditation compliance standards.
  • Maintain strict confidentiality as outlined in agency privacy and confidentiality policy.
  • Other duties as reasonably assigned by the Clinical Service Manager and Executive Director.
  • Carry some caseload and provide direct services to clients

Qualifications

  • University degree at the Masters level or above in a Couple and Family Counselling, Psychology, Social Work or an equivalent field.
  • Member of CRPO, CPO, OCSWSSW in good standing, meeting CRPO clinical supervisor standards.
  • Familiar with Systemic Intervention and Systemic Supervision. Approved Supervisor an asset.
  • Minimum 5 years of clinical experience and 3 years in clinical supervision.
  • Knowledge of individual therapy, couple therapy, family therapy, trauma, violence against women, gambling, parenting. Sensitivity and commitment to serving the Chinese and Asian communities in Ontario.
  • Fluency in Verbal & Written English. Proficiency in Mandarin and Cantonese an asset.
  • Proficiency in MS Office software programs and usage of the Internet.
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal, time management, and multi-tasking skills.
  • Ability to work independently and as a team member, subject matter expert, and clinical advisor, to support Clinical Services Manager and advise staff.
  • Willingness and ability to work days/evenings, and occasional weekends as required.
  • Membership in Good Standing of CRPO.
  • Clearance from a Vulnerable Sector Police Screening.

Community Family Services of Ontario is an inclusive employer.  Accommodation is available under the Ontario Human Rights Code.

Grant Writer / Fund Developer

CONTRACTOR OPPORTUNITY

Community Family Services of Ontario offers linguistically sensitive and culturally responsive counselling, family services, newcomer settlement, and disabilities and special needs services to enhance the functioning and the quality of life of individuals and families.

Position Title:   Grant Writer / Fund Developer

Position Type:   1 External Consultant for 35 hours a week till March 31, 2021, with the possibility of extension

Start Date:          August / September 2020

Reporting to:     Executive Director

Apply:                   info@cfso.care

Major Responsibilities

  • Prepare, submit, and track proposals and supplementary documentation for government, foundations, and corporate grants.
  • Manage and grow a comprehensive database and calendar of grant and sponsorship opportunities.
  • Manage the fulfillment of grant reporting obligations. Support and develop fulfillment systems.
  • Maintain and build relationships with grantors and sponsors.
  • Research grant and sponsorship opportunities that meet the unique needs of the organization.
  • Fulfill our agency’s commitment to third-party fundraising events on our behalf.
  • Empowers the Board of Directors and staff with tools and training on fund and program development.
  • Support agency fundraising projects as requested.
  • Develop communication, marketing, and fundraising strategies and materials for various media.
  • Meet with organizational leaders and develop new programs and income-generating strategies.
  • Other duties as reasonably assigned by the Executive Director.

Qualifications

  • Successful completion of university post-secondary education or equivalent job-related experience.
  • Technical business writing experience required.
  • Minimum 1 year of grant writing experience with nonprofits.
  • Track record of successful grant writing and fundraising communication. CFRE certification an asset.
  • Knowledge and experience working with organizations in the ethnic community.
  • Demonstrated ability to write clear, well-structured, articulate, and persuasive proposals.
  • Ability to build strong relationships among donors, staff, volunteers, and the public.
  • Outstanding organizing, project management, time management, and planning skills.
  • Proactive, independent, and self-starting, with advisory aptitude, and strong multi-tasking skills.
  • High familiarity with common social media networks.
  • Fluency in Verbal & Written English. Proficiency in Mandarin and Cantonese an asset.
  • Ability to work independently and as a team member, subject matter expert, and business advisor.
  • Willingness and ability to work days/evenings, and occasional weekends as required.
  • Clearance from a Vulnerable Sector Police Screening.
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