Thrive Child & Youth Trauma Services
Thrive Child and Youth Trauma Services is a publically funded charitable organization in the City of Hamilton, which provides specialized and evidence-based mental health services to children, youth, families and the community. As a Child and Youth Mental Health agency, we believe: “Thriving children create thriving communities.”
Thrive is Hamilton’s only organization that focuses exclusively on helping children and youth who have been sexually victimized. We also offer Hamilton’s only mental health trauma treatment programs, OASIS (for immigrant and refugee children and youth, and their families) and most recently, YouThrive (a new community collaborative program, supporting the unique mental health needs of Racialized and Indigenous youth). Thrive is recognized as the community experts in trauma treatment, providing evidence based assessment treatment services for children and youth.
The Clinical Supervisor is a staff position that reports directly to the Executive Director and provides clinical supervision to a multi-disciplinary team of clinicians with an emphasis on service quality and caseload management, beginning with intake and continuing throughout assessment, case assignment, treatment, service coordination and treatment completion. The position provides leadership, support, and skill development for clinical staff and upholds the highest standards of program delivery, clinical practices, and professional development. The successful incumbent will ensure clinical services are provided consistent with agency policies and standards, regulations, and evidence-based practices and they model ethical practices and clinical excellence, upholding relevant professional codes of conduct and competencies.
- Ability to work collaboratively within a holistic team model
- Excellent supervisory and leadership abilities
- Effective time management and organizational skills
- Strong computer skills are required, including demonstrated experience of Office 365, and client information systems
- Expertise in the organization, delivery and evaluation of clinical services
- Familiarity with a range of evidence based treatment modalities and approaches
- In good standing with their respective regulatory college
- Effective judgment, presentation, analytical, research and conflict management skills
- Demonstrated both an understanding of cultural diversities and an ability to integrate a cross cultural practice and cultivate an environment where each member is valued
- Demonstrated competency in verbal, written and applied communication skills
- Ability to speak French or another language is considered an asset
- Regulatory college (e.g. Master of Social Work, Psychologist) OR Registered Psychotherapist with RSW, CRPO, CPO
- Demonstrated understanding of health inequities in Ontario and the disparities in health for different
- A valid Driver’s licence and a Police Screening are required
DEADLINE: September 17th 2021 at 5:00pm
LOCATION: 460 Main St. E., Suite 201, Hamilton, ON L8N 1K4 (Due to the nature of our work, this is an office based position with some offsite flexibility)
TYPE: Permanent Part-time (potential to increase to full time)
HOURS OF WORK: 4 days/week
Thrive Child and Youth Trauma Services is an equal opportunity employer. We welcome applications from Indigenous persons, visible minority group members, women, persons with disabilities, and LGBTQ2S+ and others who contribute to greater diversity of perspectives. Thrive is happy to make accommodations for people with disabilities upon request.
Only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. More information about Thrive can be found on our website at www.thrivechildandyouth.ca.