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  • Organization:

    Ontario Addiction Treatment Centre

    City and Province:

    Parry Sound, ON and surrounding locations

    Job Position:

    Float Nurse

    Open Date:

    2022-12-12

    Details:

    Division: Ontario Addiction Treatment Centre
    Location: Parry Sound, Bracebridge, Huntsville, Haliburton, Bancroft
    Position: Float Nurse
    Job Type: Full-Time Permanent
    - Must be available on weekends and flexible with schedule and travel
    Pay: Starting at $26.67 + mileage for travel
    Reference ID:001-OATC-1260
    Union: This position is represented by U.F.C.W. Local 175.

    Come join our growing organization as a part of a high performing CARE team who are committed to changing the lives of people suffering from addiction!

    WHAT YOU’LL LOVE ABOUT CATC:
    AS A MULTIDISCIPLINARY HEALTHCARE TEAM - TOGETHER, WE CARE:
    Compassionate | Accessible | Respectful | Experts in Addiction Medicine
    • Wellness – Benefits including Healthcare Spending Account, Employment Assistance Program, Discounted GoodLife Fitness memberships, Paid time off for vacation, illness, bereavement and mental health.
    • Work/Life Balance: Family-friendly shifts, no 12-hour shifts, no overnight shifts.
    • Career Development - Professional Development, Lunch & Learn Sessions and Access to 100+ courses within the Company’s Learning Management System.
    • Preparation for the Future – Retirement Savings Plan
    • Employee Recognition - Service Recognition Program

    ABOUT THE POSITION:
    The Float Nurse will travel regionally with the flexibility to work within a delegated model for patients on opioid agonist treatment within a clinic environment. The Float Nurse will be utilized as expert coverage for staffing shortages within a designated territory. The Float Nurse will participate in regular on-site visits to assist, support and complete bloodwork, ECGs and immunizations will be a critical part of the role.

    YOUR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
    • Provides professional services to multiple regional locations
    • Operates professionally, ethically and with integrity within the guidelines and standards of the Ontario College of Nurses and adheres to the highest standards of medical practice
    • Dispense and administer medications (including methadone, suboxone, narcotics, and injections) as delegated by a licensed Physician.
    • Collaborates with members of an interdisciplinary team to plan, implement, coordinate and evaluate the appropriate treatment plans to support the patient.
    • Performs ECG’s, venipuncture, urine drug screening supervision and testing and other vitals
    • Administers injections and ensures proper documentation of injection numbers consistent with documented protocols
    • Responsible for the return of medication bottles, and medication tracking sheets
    • Communicates with Physician regarding patient needs, change in status and all emergency situations including medical abnormalities
    • Provides comprehensive program information to current and prospective patients of CATC
    • Scheduling, information entry and assessment, data management, and document management
    • Update, maintain and ensure accuracy of patient information within Electronic Medical Records

    WHAT YOU’LL NEED TO HAVE:
    • Completion of a Diploma in Registered Practical Nursing or a Bachelor of Science in Nursing
    • Previous experience in addiction treatment and/or a similar field.
    • Ability to travel and access to personal vehicle.
    • A member in good standing with the College of Nurses in Ontario.
    • Completes yearly CNO Quality Assurance certification.
    • Provision of a recent and acceptable Criminal Reference Check.
    • Phlebotomy and Electrocardiogram (ECG/EKG) are an asset.
    • Current First Aid and CPR Certification is required.
    • Strong commitment to working with individuals living with addiction and mental health.
    • Ability to establish therapeutic relationships with patients.
    • Knowledge of Harm Reduction principles; ability to work with clients experiencing addiction and mental illness and their families.
    • Proficiency in using Microsoft platform, particularly Outlook, Word, and Excel.

    ABOUT THE COMPANY
    At the Canadian Addiction Treatment Centres, we strive to be leaders in the industry by creating access to best-in-class treatment to the communities that we serve. Our mission is to improve the lives of individuals living with the devastating effects of drug addiction. We apply a multidisciplinary, evidence-based approach and strive to provide quality of care and patient experience, while providing an encouraging, compassionate and judgement-free care environment. Each of our clinics offers integrated medical and pharmacy services specifically designed to engage patients in a manner that promotes the development of a strong therapeutic relationship between the patient and his/her CARE team.

    Please visit www.canatc.ca for more information!

    Canadian Addiction Treatment Centres remains an inclusive and equal opportunity employer committed to providing accommodations for all applicants upon request at any stage of the selection process in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) and the Ontario Human Rights Code.



  • Organization:

    Ontario Addiction Treatment Centre

    City and Province:

    Parry Sound, ON

    Job Position:

    Clinic Nurse

    Open Date:

    2022-12-12

    Details:

    Division: Ontario Addiction Treatment Centre
    Location: Parry Sound (32 James St, Parry Sound, ON P2A 1T5)
    Position: Clinic Nurse
    Job Type: Part-Time Permanent
    Hours: 6-12 hours per week
    Pay: $26.67
    Union: This position is represented by U.F.C.W. Local 175.
    Reference ID: 001-OATC-1272

    Come join our growing organization as a part of a high performing CARE team who are committed to changing the lives of people suffering from addiction!

    WHAT YOU’LL LOVE ABOUT CATC:
    AS A MULTIDISCIPLINARY HEALTHCARE TEAM - TOGETHER, WE CARE:
    Compassionate | Accessible | Respectful | Experts in Addiction Medicine
    • Wellness – Benefits including Healthcare Spending Account, Employment Assistance Program, Discounted GoodLife Fitness memberships, Paid time off for vacation, illness, bereavement and mental health.
    • Work/Life Balance: Family-friendly shifts, no 12-hour shifts, no overnight shifts.
    • Career Development - Professional Development, Lunch & Learn Sessions and Access to 100+ courses within the Company’s Learning Management System.
    • Preparation for the Future – Retirement Savings Plan
    • Employee Recognition - Service Recognition Program
    ABOUT THE POSITION:
    The Clinic Nurse is accountable for the development and delivery of a range of harm reduction and supportive treatment modalities for patients with opiate dependency based on a patient centered model of care. The ideal candidate is a compassionate, caring individual and who can understand the challenges our patients and their families face. As the ideal candidate you are a nurse who is able to interact with diverse and cultural clients while delivering exceptional support and treatment. Working within a multi-disciplinary team of healthcare professionals, you have excellent communication skills, thrive on working within a team within a busy clinic work environment.

    YOUR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
    • Operates professionally, ethically and with integrity within the guidelines and standards of the Ontario College of Nurses and adheres to the highest standards of medical practice
    • Dispense and administer medications (including methadone, suboxone, narcotics, and injections) as delegated by a licensed Physician.
    • Collaborates with members of an interdisciplinary team to plan, implement, coordinate and evaluate the appropriate treatment plans to support the patient.
    • Performs ECG’s, venipuncture, urine drug screening supervision and testing and other vitals
    • Administers injections and ensures proper documentation of injection numbers consistent with documented protocols
    • Responsible for the return of medication bottles, and medication tracking sheets
    • Communicates with Physician regarding patient needs, change in status and all emergency situations including medical abnormalities
    • Provides comprehensive program information to current and prospective patients of CATC
    • Scheduling, information entry and assessment, data management, and document management
    • Update, maintain and ensure accuracy of patient information within Electronic Medical Records

    WHAT YOU’LL NEED TO HAVE:
    • Completion of a Diploma in Registered Practical Nursing or a Bachelor of Science in Nursing
    • Previous experience in addiction treatment and/or a similar field.
    • A member in good standing with the College of Nurses in Ontario.
    • Completes yearly CNO Quality Assurance certification.
    • Provision of a recent and acceptable Criminal Reference Check.
    • Phlebotomy and Electrocardiogram (ECG/EKG) are an asset.
    • Current First Aid and CPR Certification is required.
    • Strong commitment to working with individuals living with addiction and mental health.
    • Ability to establish therapeutic relationships with patients.
    • Knowledge of Harm Reduction principles; ability to work with clients experiencing addiction and mental illness and their families.
    • Proficiency in using Microsoft platform, particularly Outlook, Word, and Excel.

    ABOUT THE COMPANY
    At the Canadian Addiction Treatment Centres, we strive to be leaders in the industry by creating access to best-in-class treatment to the communities that we serve. Our mission is to improve the lives of individuals living with the devastating effects of drug addiction. We apply a multidisciplinary, evidence-based approach and strive to provide quality of care and patient experience, while providing an encouraging, compassionate and judgement-free care environment. Each of our clinics offers integrated medical and pharmacy services specifically designed to engage patients in a manner that promotes the development of a strong therapeutic relationship between the patient and his/her CARE team.

    Please visit www.canatc.ca for more information!

    Canadian Addiction Treatment Centres remains an inclusive and equal opportunity employer committed to providing accommodations for all applicants upon request at any stage of the selection process in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) and the Ontario Human Rights Code.



  • Organization:

    Ontario Addiction Treatment Centre

    City and Province:

    Ottawa, ON and surrounding locations

    Job Position:

    Float Nurse-2

    Open Date:

    2022-12-12

    Details:

    Division: Ontario Addiction Treatment Centre
    Location: Ottawa and surrounding locations:
    Ottawa Somerset - 401 Somerset St W, Ottawa, ON K2P 0K1
    Ottawa West - 1318 Carling Ave, Ottawa, ON K1Z 7L6
    Renfrew - 627 Fortington St, Renfrew, ON K7V 1E5
    Vanier - 263 Montréal Rd, Vanier, ON K1L 6C4
    Pembroke - 156 John St, Pembroke, ON K8A 1H5
    Job Type: Full-Time Permanent
    Pay: Starting at $26.67, + $1.00/hour stipend + mileage for travel
    Reference ID:001-OATC-1322
    Union: This position is represented by U.F.C.W. Local 175.

    Come join our growing organization as a part of a high performing CARE team who are committed to changing the lives of people suffering from addiction!

    WHAT YOU’LL LOVE ABOUT CATC:
    AS A MULTIDISCIPLINARY HEALTHCARE TEAM - TOGETHER, WE CARE:
    Compassionate | Accessible | Respectful | Experts in Addiction Medicine
    • Wellness – Benefits including Healthcare Spending Account, Employment Assistance Program, Discounted GoodLife Fitness memberships, Paid time off for vacation, illness, bereavement and mental health.
    • Work/Life Balance - Family-friendly shifts, no 12-hour shifts, no-overnight shifts.
    • Career Development - Professional Development, Lunch & Learn Sessions and Access to 100+ courses within the Company’s Learning Management System.
    • Preparation for the Future – Retirement Savings Plan
    • Employee Recognition - Service Recognition Program

    ABOUT THE POSITION:
    The Float Nurse will travel regionally with the flexibility to work within a delegated model for patients on opioid agonist treatment within a clinic environment. The Float Nurse will be utilized as expert coverage for staffing shortages within a designated territory. The Float Nurse will participate in regular on-site visits to assist, support and complete bloodwork, ECGs and immunizations will be a critical part of the role.

    YOUR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
    • Provides professional services to multiple regional locations
    • Operates professionally, ethically and with integrity within the guidelines and standards of the Ontario College of Nurses and adheres to the highest standards of medical practice
    • Dispense and administer medications (including methadone, suboxone, narcotics, and injections) as delegated by a licensed Physician.
    • Collaborates with members of an interdisciplinary team to plan, implement, coordinate and evaluate the appropriate treatment plans to support the patient.
    • Performs ECG’s, venipuncture, urine drug screening supervision and testing and other vitals
    • Administers injections and ensures proper documentation of injection numbers consistent with documented protocols
    • Responsible for the return of medication bottles, and medication tracking sheets
    • Communicates with Physician regarding patient needs, change in status and all emergency situations including medical abnormalities
    • Provides comprehensive program information to current and prospective patients of CATC
    • Scheduling, information entry and assessment, data management, and document management
    • Update, maintain and ensure accuracy of patient information within Electronic Medical Records

    WHAT YOU’LL NEED TO HAVE:
    • Completion of a Diploma in Registered Practical Nursing or a Bachelor of Science in Nursing
    • Previous experience in addiction treatment and/or a similar field.
    • Ability to travel and access to personal vehicle.
    • A member in good standing with the College of Nurses in Ontario.
    • Completes yearly CNO Quality Assurance certification.
    • Provision of a recent and acceptable Criminal Reference Check.
    • Phlebotomy and Electrocardiogram (ECG/EKG) are an asset.
    • Current First Aid and CPR Certification is required.
    • Strong commitment to working with individuals living with addiction and mental health.
    • Ability to establish therapeutic relationships with patients.
    • Knowledge of Harm Reduction principles; ability to work with clients experiencing addiction and mental illness and their families.
    • Proficiency in using Microsoft platform, particularly Outlook, Word, and Excel.

    ABOUT THE COMPANY
    At the Canadian Addiction Treatment Centres, we strive to be leaders in the industry by creating access to best-in-class treatment to the communities that we serve. Our mission is to improve the lives of individuals living with the devastating effects of drug addiction. We apply a multidisciplinary, evidence-based approach and strive to provide quality of care and patient experience, while providing an encouraging, compassionate and judgement-free care environment. Each of our clinics offers integrated medical and pharmacy services specifically designed to engage patients in a manner that promotes the development of a strong therapeutic relationship between the patient and his/her CARE team.

    Please visit www.canatc.ca for more information!

    Canadian Addiction Treatment Centres remains an inclusive and equal opportunity employer committed to providing accommodations for all applicants upon request at any stage of the selection process in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) and the Ontario Human Rights Code.



  • Organization:

    AMS

    City and Province:

    Toronto, ON

    Job Position:

    Clinic Nurse

    Open Date:

    2022-12-12

    Details:

    Division: AMS
    Location: King - 431 King St E, Toronto, ON M5A 1L5, Canada and Danforth - 2688 Danforth Avenue, Toronto, ON, Canada
    Job Type: Full-Time Permanent
    Hours: 32-35
    Pay: $26.67
    Reference ID: 001-OATC-1345

    Come join our growing organization as a part of a high performing CARE team who are committed to changing the lives of people suffering from addiction!

    WHAT YOU’LL LOVE ABOUT CATC:
    AS A MULTIDISCIPLINARY HEALTHCARE TEAM - TOGETHER, WE CARE:
    Compassionate | Accessible | Respectful | Experts in Addiction Medicine
    • Wellness – Benefits including Healthcare Spending Account, Employment Assistance Program, Discounted GoodLife Fitness memberships, Paid time off for vacation, illness, bereavement and mental health.
    • Work/Life Balance - Family-Friendly Shifts, No 12-Hour Shifts, No Overnight Shifts
    • Career Development - Professional Development, Lunch & Learn Sessions and Access to 100+ courses within the Company’s Learning Management System.
    • Preparation for the Future – Retirement Savings Plan
    • Employee Recognition - Service Recognition Program

    ABOUT THE POSITION:
    The Clinic Nurse is accountable for the development and delivery of a range of harm reduction and supportive treatment modalities for patients with opiate dependency based on a patient centered model of care. The ideal candidate is a compassionate, caring individual and who can understand the challenges our patients and their families face. As the ideal candidate you are a nurse who is able to interact with diverse and cultural clients while delivering exceptional support and treatment. Working within a multi-disciplinary team of healthcare professionals, you have excellent communication skills, thrive on working within a team within a busy clinic work environment.

    YOUR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
    • Operates professionally, ethically and with integrity within the guidelines and standards of the Ontario College of Nurses and adheres to the highest standards of medical practice
    • Dispense and administer medications (including methadone, suboxone, narcotics, and injections) as delegated by a licensed Physician.
    • Collaborates with members of an interdisciplinary team to plan, implement, coordinate and evaluate the appropriate treatment plans to support the patient.
    • Performs ECG’s, venipuncture, urine drug screening supervision and testing and other vitals
    • Administers injections and ensures proper documentation of injection numbers consistent with documented protocols
    • Responsible for the return of medication bottles, and medication tracking sheets
    • Communicates with Physician regarding patient needs, change in status and all emergency situations including medical abnormalities
    • Provides comprehensive program information to current and prospective patients of CATC
    • Scheduling, information entry and assessment, data management, and document management
    • Update, maintain and ensure accuracy of patient information within Electronic Medical Records

    WHAT YOU’LL NEED TO HAVE:
    • Completion of a Diploma in Registered Practical Nursing or a Bachelor of Science in Nursing
    • Previous experience in addiction treatment and/or a similar field.
    • A member in good standing with the College of Nurses in Ontario.
    • Completes yearly CNO Quality Assurance certification.
    • Provision of a recent and acceptable Criminal Reference Check.
    • Phlebotomy and Electrocardiogram (ECG/EKG) are an asset.
    • Current First Aid and CPR Certification is required.
    • Strong commitment to working with individuals living with addiction and mental health.
    • Ability to establish therapeutic relationships with patients.
    • Knowledge of Harm Reduction principles; ability to work with clients experiencing addiction and mental illness and their families.
    • Proficiency in using Microsoft platform, particularly Outlook, Word, and Excel.

    ABOUT THE COMPANY
    At the Canadian Addiction Treatment Centres, we strive to be leaders in the industry by creating access to best-in-class treatment to the communities that we serve. Our mission is to improve the lives of individuals living with the devastating effects of drug addiction. We apply a multidisciplinary, evidence-based approach and strive to provide quality of care and patient experience, while providing an encouraging, compassionate and judgement-free care environment. Each of our clinics offers integrated medical and pharmacy services specifically designed to engage patients in a manner that promotes the development of a strong therapeutic relationship between the patient and his/her CARE team.

    Please visit www.canatc.ca for more information!

    Canadian Addiction Treatment Centres remains an inclusive and equal opportunity employer committed to providing accommodations for all applicants upon request at any stage of the selection process in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) and the Ontario Human Rights Code.



  • Organization:

    Canadian Addiction Treatment Centres

    City and Province:

    Markham, ON

    Job Position:

    HR Generalist

    Open Date:

    2022-12-12

    Details:

    Position: HR Generalist
    Location: Markham, ON – hybrid model is in place
    Status: Full-Time Permanent

    Come join our HR Team!

    We are actively seeking an HR Generalist to be accountable for providing proactive HR support to operations. Partnering with Managers, the HR generalist will support implementation of HR initiatives aligned to operational and strategic planning. The incumbent will support the day to day HR needs of the organization ensuring that stages in the employee life cycle are well documented and maintained.

    The Generalist will support day to day HR programs and services including recruitment and selection, labour relations, performance management, compliance to regulatory provisions, participation in policy development, employee engagement and occupational health & safety.

    Some key accountabilities include:

    · Providing ongoing input to HR policies, programs and practices to keep management informed of new developments and to align to legislative changes.
    · Preparing routine and ad hoc reports to track strategic goal accomplishment or to provide background to recommendations.
    · Maintains knowledge of trends, best practices, regulatory changes, and new technologies in human resources, talent management, and employment law.
    · Provide support to employees in various HR-related topics such as leaves and compensation and resolve any issues that may arise
    · Provides support to managers on employee performance and assists with documentation and processes
    · Participates in conducting investigations when employee complaints or concerns are brought forth.
    · Monitors and advises managers on progressive discipline as needed.

    Skills, Knowledge & Orientation:

    · 2 -4 years’ experience in a human resources (generalist) position.
    · Working knowledge of the healthcare system or experience within a healthcare environment would be
    considered an asset
    · Relevant degree, CHRP would be considered an asset. Equivalent combination of education and experience.
    · Knowledge and experience as an HR generalist with some experience in employment law, recruitment, employee relations, safety, and employee development.
    · Effective verbal and written communicator with proven time management skills
    · Proven team player, willing to step in to address challenges as they arrive
    · Demonstrated ability to navigate change; experience in change management is considered an asset
    · Experience managing human resources in a unionized environment would be considered an asset
    · Proven ability to foster positive and productive working relationships with peers and organizational leadership
    · Working level knowledge and comfort with MS Office (Word, Power Point, Excel, Outlook)
    Industry
    • Hospital & Health Care



  • Organization:

    GreeneStone Centre for Recovery

    City and Province:

    Bala, ON

    Job Position:

    Trauma Therapist

    Open Date:

    2022-12-05

    Details:

    Division: GreeneStone Centre for Recovery
    Location: Bala, ON (3571 Muskoka District Road 169, Bala, ON P0C 1A0)
    Position: Trauma Therapist
    Job Type: Full-Time Permanent
    Pay Rate: $25-$30/hour
    Reference No: GNS061

    Come join our growing organization as a part of a high performing CARE team who are committed to changing the lives of people suffering from addiction!

    WHAT YOU’LL LOVE ABOUT CATC:
    • AS A MULTIDISCIPLINARY HEALTHCARE TEAM - TOGETHER, WE CARE:
    Compassionate | Accessible | Respectful | Experts in Addiction Medicine
    • Wellness – Benefits including a Healthcare Spending Account, Employment Assistance Program, Discounted GoodLife Fitness memberships, Paid time off for vacation, illness, bereavement and mental health.
    • Career Development - Professional Development, Lunch & Learn Sessions and Access to 100+ courses within the Company’s Learning Management System.
    • Preparation for the Future – Retirement Savings Plan
    • Employee Recognition - Service Recognition Program
    • Professional Designation Dues/Fees and Liability Insurance

    ABOUT THE POSITION:
    The Therapist provides for the assessment and case management of residents with addiction and co-occurring disorders. They provide all the basic therapeutic services required by residents during their treatment experience. The Therapist acts as a catalyst in the therapeutic process. A professional demeanor and the ability to communicate effectively with residents, family members, referents, and co-workers are required. The ability to maintain confidentiality of information is essential.

    YOUR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
    • Responsible for assessment activities (bio-psychosocial interview/initial case consultation / integrated summary) – a clinical function to determine eligibility for and placement in a level of treatment based on admission criteria. The writing and summation of findings from therapy and other disciplines with diagnostic impressions in the electronic medical record (FYI DB).
    • Group therapy and individual counselling – conducting the clinical process through which residents address treatment goals, as stated on their treatment plans via an interactive process with therapist and other patients.
    • Family sessions – collecting information on the chemically dependent patient, assessing family dynamics, recommending the family education program and possible ongoing family therapy. This also includes being an integral part of individual family therapy as needed.
    • Continuing care assessment and planning – assess unresolved and deferred priorities on treatment plan and assist the aftercare specialist in finding professionals in resident’s community to provide appropriate ongoing care.
    • Actively participates in program meetings, clinical meetings, supervision and ad hoc work groups as needed, in an effort to carry out the mission of the program.
    • Communicates on a regular basis with referents and other members of the resident’s recovery team.
    • Provides supervision, consistency and safety for the residents. Uses effective behavior management skills to de-escalate crisis situations and minimize harm to residents and other staff.
    • Maintain communications/contact with all clinical staff regarding resident issues, through exchanges of information, as appropriate via verbal, written and electronic communication.
    • Prepares and presents educational lectures regarding recovery principles, chemical dependency and mental illness issues
    • This job description reflects management’s assignment of essential functions; it does not prescribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned.

    WHAT YOU’LL NEED TO HAVE:
    • Bachelor’s or Masters Degree preferred (in Human Services (counselling, social work, nursing,.
    • A minimum 3 years clinical experience dealing with addiction/mental health.
    • If individual only has a Bachelor’s Degree, then a CAC or ICADC is required.
    • Experience in the area of facilitating group therapy required.
    • Knowledgeable in young adult or adult developmental issues for their respective resident populations.
    • No history of alcohol or other drug misuse for a period of three years before employment as a Primary Counsellor and does not display evidence of misuse of alcohol or drugs while employed as a Primary Counsellor.
    • Must have the ability to be objective and empathetic while addressing the individual needs of the respective patients, referral sources and family members.
    • Must be thoroughly familiar and able to demonstrate knowledge of the principles and programs of the various recovery fellowships.
    • Must possess the skills to adequately supervise respective populations and be able to observe behaviors consistent with recovery principles
    • Must be able to present educational lectures related to addiction.
    • Must have the ability to provide leadership under stressful or crisis situations. Ability to problem-solve and to meet deadlines and establish and prioritize multiple tasks.
    • Must demonstrate ethical behavior and sound judgment that supports the GreeneStone standards of care.
    • Must maintain certifications and licensure as appropriate
    • Basic computer skills, beginner to intermediate experience with Microsoft Products and Outlook, experience with or willingness to learn to use an electronic medical record (FYI DB).

    Skills/Experience/Modalities:
    • Trauma-Informed Care
    • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
    • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
    • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
    • Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT)
    • Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT)
    • Internal Family Systems Therapy (IFS)
    • Exposure Therapy (interception/live)/ Prolonged Exposure Counterconditioning
    • knowledge of bottom-up/top-down processing and techniques
    • knowledge of measuring subjective units of distress (SUDs) with clients
    • Recovery-Orientated Therapy (CT-R)

    ABOUT THE COMPANY
    At the Canadian Addiction Treatment Centres, we strive to be leaders in the industry by creating access to best-in-class treatment to the communities that we serve. Our mission is to improve the lives of individuals living with the devastating effects of drug addiction. We focus on the quality of care and patient experience while providing an encouraging, compassionate and judgement-free environment. We apply a multidisciplinary, evidence-based approach and strive to provide quality of care and patient experience, while providing an encouraging, compassionate and judgement-free care environment. Each of our clinics offers integrated medical and pharmacy services specifically designed to engage patients in a manner that promotes the development of a strong therapeutic relationship between the patient and his/her CARE team.

    Please visit www.canatc.ca for more information!

    Canadian Addiction Treatment Centres remains an inclusive and equal opportunity employer committed to providing accommodations for all applicants upon request at any stage of the selection process in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) and the Ontario Human Rights Code.



  • Organization:

    GreeneStone Muskoka Clinic

    City and Province:

    Bala, ON

    Job Position:

    Primary Therapist

    Open Date:

    2022-12-05

    Details:

    Division: GreeneStone Muskoka Clinic
    Location: Bala, ON
    Position: Primary Therapist
    Job Type: Full-Time, Permanent - 40 hours
    Wage: $26-$30/hour
    Reference No: GNS063

    Come join our growing organization as a part of a high performing CARE team who are committed to changing the lives of people suffering from addiction!

    WHAT YOU’LL LOVE ABOUT CATC:
    • AS A MULTIDISCIPLINARY HEALTHCARE TEAM - TOGETHER, WE CARE:
    Compassionate | Accessible | Respectful | Experts in Addiction Medicine
    • Wellness – Benefits including Health, Dental and Paramedical coverage, Employment Assistance Program, Discounted GoodLife Fitness memberships, Paid time off for vacation, illness, bereavement and mental health.
    • Career Development - Professional Development, Lunch & Learn Sessions and Access to 100+ courses within the Company’s Learning Management System.
    • Preparation for the Future – Retirement Savings Plan
    • Employee Recognition - Service Recognition Program and “Kudos” directly from the C.E.O.
    • Professional Designation Dues/Fees and Liability Insurance

    ABOUT THE POSITION:
    The Therapist provides for the assessment and case management of residents with addiction and co-occurring disorders. They provide all the basic therapeutic services required by residents during their treatment experience. The Therapist acts as a catalyst in the therapeutic process. A professional demeanor and the ability to communicate effectively with residents, family members, referents, and co-workers are required. The ability to maintain the confidentiality of information is essential.

    YOUR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
    • Responsible for assessment activities (bio-psychosocial interview/initial case consultation / integrated summary) – a clinical function to determine eligibility for and placement in a level of treatment based on admission criteria. The writing and summation of findings from therapy and other disciplines with diagnostic impressions in the electronic medical record (FYI DB).
    • Group therapy and individual counselling – conducting the clinical process through which residents address treatment goals, as stated on their treatment plans via an interactive process with therapist and other patients.
    • Family sessions – collecting information on the chemically dependent patient, assessing family dynamics, recommending the family education program and possible ongoing family therapy. This also includes being an integral part of individual family therapy as needed.
    • Continuing care assessment and planning – assess unresolved and deferred priorities on treatment plan and assist the aftercare specialist in finding professionals in resident’s community to provide appropriate ongoing care.
    • Actively participates in program meetings, clinical meetings, supervision and ad hoc work groups as needed, in an effort to carry out the mission of the program.
    • Communicates on a regular basis with referents and other members of the resident’s recovery team.
    • Provides supervision, consistency and safety for the residents. Uses effective behavior management skills to de-escalate crisis situations and minimize harm to residents and other staff.
    • Maintain communications/contact with all clinical staff regarding resident issues, through exchanges of information, as appropriate via verbal, written and electronic communication.
    • Prepares and presents educational lectures regarding recovery principles, chemical dependency and mental illness issues
    • This job description reflects management’s assignment of essential functions; it does not prescribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned.

    WHAT YOU’LL NEED TO HAVE:
    • Bachelor’s or Masters Degree preferred (in Human Services (counselling, social work, nursing,.
    • A minimum 3 years clinical experience dealing with addiction/mental health.
    • If individual only has a bachelor’s degree, then a CAC or ICADC is required.
    • Experience in the area of facilitating group therapy required.
    • Knowledgeable in young adult or adult developmental issues for their respective resident populations.
    • No history of alcohol or other drug misuse for a period of three years before employment as a Primary Counsellor and does not display evidence of misuse of alcohol or drugs while employed as a Primary Counsellor.
    • Must have the ability to be objective and empathetic while addressing the individual needs of the respective patients, referral sources and family members.
    • Must be thoroughly familiar and able to demonstrate knowledge of the principles and programs of the various recovery fellowships.
    • Must possess the skills to adequately supervise respective populations and be able to observe behaviors consistent with recovery principles
    • Must be able to present educational lectures related to addiction.
    • Must have the ability to provide leadership under stressful or crisis situations. Ability to problem-solve and to meet deadlines and establish and prioritize multiple tasks.
    • Must demonstrate ethical behavior and sound judgment that supports the GreeneStone standards of care.
    • Must maintain certifications and licensure as appropriate
    • Basic computer skills, beginner to intermediate experience with Microsoft Products and Outlook, experience with or willingness to learn to use an electronic medical record (FYI DB).

    ABOUT THE COMPANY
    At the Canadian Addiction Treatment Centres, we strive to be leaders in the industry by creating access to best-in-class treatment to the communities that we serve. Our mission is to improve the lives of individuals living with the devastating effects of drug addiction. We focus on the quality of care and patient experience while providing an encouraging, compassionate and judgement-free environment. We apply a multidisciplinary, evidence-based approach and strive to provide quality of care and patient experience, while providing an encouraging, compassionate and judgement-free care environment. Each of our clinics offers integrated medical and pharmacy services specifically designed to engage patients in a manner that promotes the development of a strong therapeutic relationship between the patient and his/her CARE team.

    Please visit www.canatc.ca for more information!

    Canadian Addiction Treatment Centres remains an inclusive and equal opportunity employer committed to providing accommodations for all applicants upon request at any stage of the selection process in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) and the Ontario Human Rights Code.



  • Organization:

    Bruce Oake Recovery Centre

    City and Province:

    Winnipeg, MB

    Job Position:

    Counsellor

    Open Date:

    2022-11-23

    Details:

    CAREER OPPORTUNITY

    Title: Counsellor
    Number of Positions: One (1) fulltime permanent
    Date of Posting: November 23, 2022
    Application deadline: December 7, 2022

    At Bruce Oake we work to support a continuum of integrated substance use health services. In our first year of operations, we have successfully reduced health care inequities by removing any financial barrier to our program - no one is turned away for an inability to pay. Meeting each person where they are at and through collaboration with health, social service and community partners, we build individualized treatment plans to achieve self-determined well-being goals for our participants.

    Our live-in 16-week substance use disorder treatment program in Winnipeg houses 50 individuals with a waitlist of over 200. Bruce Oake Recovery Centre is excited to offer an opportunity to join our 16-week treatment program counselling team.

    Job description
    The Counsellor will report to the Director of Programs and work as part of an integrated multi-disciplinary team. The Counsellor role provides professional individual and group counselling including assessment and evaluation, strength-based treatment planning, individualized interventions, psychoeducation, referrals, service coordination and documentation.

    Responsibilities
    • Implements systematic, ongoing goal setting which includes specific treatment and recovery planning and establishment of course of action to accomplish goals and recovery objectives.
    • Frequently and regularly assesses participant progress and update individualized treatment plan.
    • Provides skill-enhancement through role modelling and general instruction.
    • Provides systematic, structured evidence-based counselling to individuals and groups utilizing the Bruce Oake 16-week treatment program manual and scheduled interventions.
    • Support participants to develop and restore their natural strengths and support systems.
    • Ability to be flexible in work hours in terms of balancing group versus individual work; balancing the ability to consult with other professionals and service providers as required.
    • Maintains all required client records and other documentation in a professional manner.
    • Ensures continuity of care of clients through a continuous process of follow-up, coordination of referrals, and systematic outreach.
    • Work collaboratively with clinical leads, multidisciplinary practitioners, and community partners in the provision of individualized treatment programs and services.

    Qualifications/Experience
    • A relevant degree/diploma/certification or three years related experience
    • Knowledge and experience utilizing evidence-based therapeutic interventions
    • Lived experience of substance use disorder and recovery
    • Demonstrated counselling competency and experience with both individuals and groups
    • Competent utilizing stages of change and biopsychosocial spiritual cultural models
    • Experience working with individuals from diverse backgrounds and experiences (cultural, financially disadvantaged, persons with disabilities, socially disadvantaged, newcomers, etc.)
    • Excellent communication skills both oral and written are essential, including an ability to share life experience for therapeutic benefit
    • Demonstrated ability to establish rapport, earn respect, and enforce guidelines
    • Completion or willingness to work towards Counsellor certification
    • Ability to problem-solve ensuring policies and procedures equitably applied
    • Proficiency with Microsoft 365 (Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Teams)

    Benefits
    Bruce Oake Recovery Centre prioritizes the well-being of staff. After successful completion of the probationary period, the successful candidate will be eligible for employer paid benefits including:
    • Dental care
    • Vison care
    • Employee assistance program
    • Extended health care
    • Life insurance
    • On-site gym
    • On-site parking
    • Paid time off including mental health days
    • Free meals during working hours
    • Company pension

    The Bruce Oake Recovery Centre offers competitive compensation commensurate with experience.

    The Bruce Oake Recovery Centre, in partnership with the Indigenous communities, is committed to increasing the representation of Indigenous people within all levels of the workforce. Indigenous applicants are encouraged to apply and to voluntarily self-identify as being of Indigenous descent in their cover letter/application. Firsthand knowledge of the culture or experience working with First Nations, Inuit or Metis communities is an asset.

    This position requires a current satisfactory Criminal Records Check (including Vulnerable Sector Search), Child Abuse Registry Check and Adult Abuse Registry Check as conditions of employment. The successful candidate will be responsible for any service charges incurred. A security check is considered current if it was obtained no more than six (6) months prior to the start of employment.

    Interested applicants are encouraged to apply by submitting a resume and cover letter to Kristine by email at kristine@bruceoakerecovery.ca. Please include the title: “Counsellor – Application” in the subject line of the email.
    Please submit your resume and cover letter by December 7th, 2022.

    We thank all applicants for their interest and time in applying. Successful applicants will be contacted directly to move forward in the hiring process.



  • Organization:

    Four Counties Addiction Services Team

    City and Province:

    Peterborough, ON

    Job Position:

    Addictions Counsellor

    Open Date:

    2022-11-17

    Details:

    Job Purpose/Summary:

    The Addiction Counsellor is a member of a clinical team that contributes to the effective delivery of addiction treatment interventions with clients of the agency who are experiencing problems related to substance use and/or problem gambling. This might include client intake, community withdrawal management, assessment, treatment planning, individual and group counselling and case management, as well as crisis intervention for clients and family members.

    The Addiction Counsellor is familiar with other services and resources in the community and is proficient as a System Navigator for Fourcast clients. Case consultation, case conferencing and advocacy with community partners and services are an integral part of the Addiction Counsellor role.

    The Addiction Counsellor may also provide information or training sessions in the community with a focus on addictions and mental health related topics.

    Rate of Pay $28.42 to $34.66
    For a complete job description e-mail hiring@fourcast.ca

    Qualifications:

    Education
    Bachelor of Social Work, Psychology, or related degree, with a postgraduate certificate in Addictions and Mental Health, or an equivalent combination of work experience and education.

    Experience
    Minimum 2 years’ experience working in a related position preferred, ideally in a community based setting.
    Professional Designations and/or Licenses
    Valid Ontario Class G driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle with appropriate insurance.
    Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
    Advanced customer service, interpersonal and communications skills
    Ability to establish and maintain rapport with clients.
    Ability to prevent and/or resolve developing crises. De-escalate situations as required.
    Experience in counselling/therapy, crisis intervention, advocacy, mediation and conflict resolution.
    Understanding of confidentiality of the role, including Privacy legislation governing the organization
    Maintain a working knowledge of the Landlord and Tenant Act, the Tenant Protection Act, the Mental Health Act, the Ontario Human Rights Code, and the Child and Family Services Act.
    Ability to prioritize work with competing demands.
    Advanced knowledge of issues related to substance abuse, problem gambling, mental illness and homelessness.
    Broad knowledge of explanatory theories related to addictions, mental health and homelessness.
    Demonstrate continuous commitment to professional development
    Experience delivering services in a manner that maintains personal safety and that of the client
    Knowledge of health and safety and infection control practices to maintain a safe environment
    Strong organizational, analytical, and problem-solving skills with attention to detail.
    Computer proficiency in: Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint)
    Satisfactory Vulnerable Sector Check
    Must be fully vaccinated



  • Organization:

    Kelburn Recovery Centre

    City and Province:

    St. Adolphe, MB

    Job Position:

    Program Director

    Open Date:

    2022-11-01

    Details:

    Kelburn Recovery Centre
    1293 Kelburn Road St. Adolphe, MB R5A 1A0
    Position - Program Director

    Kelburn Clinic is a progressive, interdisciplinary addictions recovery centre dedicated to excellence in state-of-the-art treatment modalities. Our 12-bed facility is located on 40 acres of property surrounded by trees, walking trails, and a 9-hole golf course. Services include in-house residential treatment, detox, after-care, and family support programs with the opportunity to develop an outpatient program. This is a permanent, full-time (40 hrs/week) position.

    Reporting to the Chief Clinics Officer, the Program Director will be responsible for supervision, scheduling, and professional development of the clinical team including therapists, nurses, social workers, and support workers; including coordination with the medical team. They will work collaboratively with the manager of operations to ensure smooth implementation of clinical programming. Responsibilities will also include individual as well as group counselling and the management of family and aftercare programming.

    You will be successful in this role if you have previous leadership experience and can adapt to changing situations that arise in recovery settings. Previous experience managing personnel and implementation of mental health and addictions-based programming is required. Kelburn Recovery Centre operates 24/7 and the Program Director will be required to address emergency situations that arise after hours.

    Additionally, the successful candidate will assist in planning, implementation, and evaluation of programming and ensure members of the interdisciplinary team are consistently supported in their roles. This person will ensure high-quality standards are upheld across all aspects of clinical delivery.

    The Program Director will lead ongoing after-care integration and provide support for families. This is an exciting opportunity for practitioners who are interested in learning and growing in the field of mental health and addictions recovery treatment modalities. A comprehensive onboarding is provided.

    Abilities and Attributes:

    • Prior education/experience in addictions recovery is essential including co-occurring disorders
    • Outstanding therapeutic, professional, and clinical communication skills
    • Ability to engage in critical conversations and conflict resolution
    • Ability to assess and articulate job performances of therapists and support workers, as well as regular performance reviews
    • Lead and give direction to a staff of 10-20 people
    • Flexible availability to respond to emergency situations after hours
    • Positive attitude, strong interpersonal skills, and collaborative working style
    • Awareness of the healing potential of non-ordinary states of consciousness such as: psychedelic-assisted therapies, breath work, mindfulness-based interventions, somatic experiencing, internal family systems is a definite asset
    • Lived experiences that support clinical competencies are acknowledged and valued
    • Competency in creating, providing, and evaluating individualized treatment plans using an evidence-based approach is required
    • Respectful and culturally aware
    • Membership/ license with appropriate professional regulatory body
    • Professional liability insurance

    Credentials include:

    • Masters level or higher in either Social Work, Psychology, Counselling Psychology, Marriage and Family Therapy, Nursing or other combination of relevant education and experience


    Applicants require a current satisfactory Criminal Records Check and Adult Abuse Registry Check as conditions of employment. The successful candidate will be responsible for any service charges incurred. A security check is considered current if it was obtained no more than six (6) months prior to the start of employment.

    Applicants must also possess valid Driver’s License and hold current certification in CPR and First Aid prior to start date.

    We are committed to being an inclusive organization that reflects and represents the diversity of the communities we serve. Your self-declaration of membership in any of these groups will remain confidential: BIPOC, immigrant or refugee, people with disabilities, LGBT2SQ+

    Expected start date:
    Nov 1, 2022

    Job Type:
    Full-time, Permanent

    Hours:
    40 hrs/week
    *May be required to work a variety of shifts including but not limited to days, evenings, and weekends

    Salary:
    Commensurate on experience and qualifications
    Benefits:
    • Extended medical and insurance benefits compensation
    • On-site gym
    • On-site golf course
    • On-site parking
    • Meals provided (1 per shift)
    • Paid sick time (5 days)
    • Paid personal leave (5 days)
    • 10 days paid vacation to start
    • Extended medical and insurance benefits compensation
    • Opportunities for personal and professional training and development

    Please contact Dr. Ian Rabb to apply,
    Ian.Rabb@universalibogaine.com