FASD Clinic Coordinator/Consultant

City: Medicine Hat, Alberta

Description

Company Name Bridges Family Programs
Job Type Temporary/Contract/Project

FASS provides information, support and advocacy services to children, adults and families impacted by FASD. The Clinic Coordinator/Consultant is responsible for support and consultation services for caregivers of children affected by FASD and adults, as well FASD Neurodevelopmental Clinic Coordination duties. Please refer to www.bridgesfamilyprograms.com for more information about this impactful program!

Key responsibilities:
 Manage program participant caseload.
 Facilitate/coordinate and support individuals and families through the FASD Clinic process.
 Work collaboratively with service providers and clinic team to meet the needs of individuals and families
 Provide FASD consultation to and assist individuals in accessing community resources.
 Maintain program participant files.
 Coordinate, facilitate and participate in parent/child/youth groups.
 Act as a representative for FASS on committees and at community activities.
 Participate in association and program promotion activities.
 Enter statistical data into a computer data base.

Qualifications:
 Degree/ Diploma in a related Human Service Field or 3 years related experience in a Human Service Field. Diploma/Degree preferred.
 Strong interpersonal communication including written and verbal, organization and administrative skills.
 Experience in family support practice and FASD.
 An understanding of the diversity, customs and traditions of Indigenous people and diverse multi-cultural populations is considered an asset.
 Experience working with computers, email and internet.

This temporary position will be 40 hours per week. Work week is generally Monday to Friday, with day and evening work required. The starting date will be March 2019. The wage for this position is $21.63 to $23.40 per hour, depending on education and experience. The successful applicant must have a reliable, insured vehicle for daily use and a valid Driver’s Licence and vehicle registration.

We offer a great team, a positive working environment, flexibility, professional development training, 3 weeks of paid vacation per year, paid personal leave days and a great work-life balance!

If you have a desire to work with families and our team and want to make a difference, please email your current resume with 2 references and a cover letter to lclapper@memlane.com or deliver it to Bridges Family Programs, Attention: Louisa Clapper, 477 Third Street SE, Medicine Hat, AB T1A 0G8 by February 20, 2019.

Successful applicants are required to provide us with a clear Criminal and Child Intervention Check that was completed and dated after October 1, 2018. It is highly encouraged that you apply for these checks and have them available during the interview process.

We look forward to meeting you!

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Email: lclapper@quammemlane.com

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