OPHA is seeking a part-time Project Coordinator for Youth and Alcohol Media Campaign
Position is available as of October 1, 2005 for approximately 16 months pending funding. This part-time (3 days per week) position may be combined with the part-time Project Manager - Injury Prevention to be equivalent to 1.0 FTE based upon the qualifications and interest of the successful candidate.
For more information, please go to the OPHA website: http://www.opha.on.ca/jobpostings.html
Deadline: Friday, August 5
Federation Employment Opportunity
(This is a 6 month contract position with potential for renewal)
The Ontario Federation of Community Mental Health and Addiction Programs is seeking an individual interested in working with over 200 member organizations across the province of Ontario as a Member Service Support Staff. The individual chosen will have a keen interest in providing support to a diverse sector of community based providers through the organization of training opportunities, service development, information dissemination, and support to designated councils and committees of the Federation.
FASD Coalition of Ottawa
Contract Position: Coordinator, FASD Coalition of Ottawa (Coalition)
A one year, part-time (15 hours per week), contract position funded by the United Way Partnership Grants, administered by St Mary’s Home.
Under the supervision of the CAPC/CPNP Project Manager and with the support and guidance of The FASD Coalition of Ottawa, the deliverables from this contract include:
The Jean Tweed Centre
A Community Based Treatment Centre for Women
Problem Gambling Family Counsellor
The Jean Tweed Centre is a treatment centre for women with drug/alcohol and/or gambling problems. We are looking for a family counsellor to work 2 days per week in our problem gambling service. This is a contract position with the possibility of renewal.
The problem gambling family counsellor will provide individual, couple and family therapy, group therapy and educational sessions for family members.
The successful candidate possesses counselling skills, presentation skills, knowledge about community resources, excellent oral and written skills.
Qualifications: Master’s Degree in Social Work or equivalent, 3-5 years experience in counselling with specific knowledge in problem gambling treatment, family therapy, couple therapy, group therapy, and individual counselling. Substance abuse knowledge, creativity, flexibility, and the ability to work as part of a team are important assets.
Interested candidates, please forward resume to:
Program Director – Day/Residential Program
Jean Tweed Centre
215 Evans Avenue
Fax: 416-255-9021 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Resumes must be received by Monday, June 17th
Please note that only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
The Jean Tweed Centre – The Pathways Project
(Toronto Early Years Addictions Initiative)
ADDICTIONS COUNSELLOR - ETOBICOKE
DIRECT SERVICE & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FOCUS
FULL TIME CONTRACT – ONE YEAR (with the possibility of renewal)
The Pathways Project works within communities across the GTA to build capacity among existing service providers to identify and work with pregnant and parenting women with substance use problems and their children through the coordination and development of services that address both maternal addiction problems and the mother-child relationship. The project strives to build a staff group that reflects the ethno-racial and linguistic diversity of the communities being served. The individual hired for this position will be located at an agency within Etobicoke.
The individual hired for this position will:
Options for Change Community Addictions Treatment Services
303 Bagot St. Suite 300, Kingston, ON K7K 5W7
Options for Change provides assessment, treatment planning, counselling and referral to those with substance use and/or gambling concerns and those affected by the substance use or problem gambling of a significant other.
The Following Permanent Full-Time Position is Available
Under the supervision fo the Executive Director, the Programme Manager will be responsible for providing 30% clinical service to clients, day-to-day co-ordination of agency programmes, clinical supervision, performance appraisals of clinical staff, supervision of student/volunteers, in-service training and scheduling of staff hours and vacation time.
Grey Bruce Community Health Corporation
Requires a Supervisor (Permanent Full-Time Position)
CHOICES: Drug & Alcohol Counselling for Youth
We are inviting applications for the position of supervisor with CHOICES: Drug & Alcohol Counselling for Youth. Established in 1989, CHOICES provides assessment, treatment planning, counselling and referral for youth with substance abuse problems and those affected by the substance abuse of a significant other. The program is funded by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care. It is one of eight community-based mental health and addiction programs operated by the Grey Bruce Community Health Corporation.
Grey Bruce Community Health Corporation
Requires a Program Director CHOICES: Drug & Alcohol Counselling for Youth
(Permanent Full-Time Position)
Do you have clinical and management experience in youth addiction service and a desire to live in one of the Ontario’s best all season recreation areas? If so, we invite you to consider employment as the Program Director of CHOICES: Drug & Alcohol Counselling for Youth.
Established in 1989, CHOICES provides assessment, treatment planning, counselling and referral for youth with substance abuse problems and those affected by the substance abuse of a significant other. The program is funded by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care. It is one of eight community-based mental health and addiction programs operated by the Grey Bruce Community Health Corporation.