Shibogama First Nations Council is looking for a Youth Well-Being Clinical Supervisor! For more information on this LEAP job posting, check out the details below!
The Payahtakenemowin Youth Well-Being Team is a Choose Life initiative designed to provide wholistic therapeutic services for Shibogama youth while they are attending high school in Sioux Lookout and at Pelican Falls First Nation High School. The Youth Well-Being Program also supports youth who are not in school and have come to Sioux Lookout for specialized services (e.g. counselling, medical treatment).
- Provide clinical supervision and guidance to program counsellors to ensure that youth are receiving appropriate service in accordance with their identified needs and goals. This includes ensuring parents and guardians are involved in all stages of care.
- Provide culturally appropriate knowledge transfer to all program staff that is reflective of evidence- informed wise practices identified helpful in supporting mental wellness for Indigenous youth experiencing the effects of complex trauma.
- Availability beyond office hours to provide crisis intervention support as required.
- Master’s Degree in one of the helping disciplines from a recognized university (e.g. Social Work, Psychology), with registration with a recognized provincial regulatory body.
- Two years supervisory experience in First Nations’ health services/mental health and addictions services.
- Five years direct service experience in mental health and addictions, with a specialty in youth services.
- Specialized training in trauma-informed practices appropriate to Indigenous communities.
A full job description is available upon request from: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please submit cover letter and resume by email to: Hiring Committee
Shibogama First Nations Council
P.O. Box 449, 81 King St. Sioux Lookout, ON P8T 1A5
We wish to thank in advance all those who submit applications. However, only those selected For an interview will be contacted