New Job Psychoeducator - Early Childhood - Clsc Pierrefonds And Lac-Saint-Louis - Permanent Position In Quebec

Psychoeducator - Early childhood - CLSC Pierrefonds and Lac-Saint-Louis - Permanent position
Psychoeducator - Early childhood - CLSC Pierrefonds and Lac-Saint-Louis - Permanent position

Psychoeducator - Early childhood - CLSC Pierrefonds and Lac-Saint-Louis - Permanent position

Company : CIUSSS de l'Ouest-de-l’Île-de-Montréal
Salary : $26.28 - $47.04 an hour
Location : Quebec

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Reason for Post :
Vacant position
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Permanent- Part time
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CIUSSS de l'Ouest-de-l’Île-de-Montréal
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Youth Program Directorate
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Psychology and social services professional (Psychologist/Social Worker/Psychoeducator/Community Org./etc.)
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Description :
The Montréal West Island IUHSSC is currently looking for a psychoeducator to contribute to the "SIPPE" program, Intergrated Perinatal and Early Childhood Services, on the territory of the CLSC Pierrefonds and Lac-Saint-Louis in the context of a permanent part-time position (3 days/week).

The Pierrefonds and Lac-Saint-Louis CLSCs are part of the four CLSCs belonging to the Montréal West Island IUHSSC. They offer a wide range of care and services. These include family services, nursing care, mental health services and home support services. It is through their youth services that they deploy the "SIPPE" program, which aims to foster the global development of children aged 0 to 5 years living in a vulnerable context through individualized, early, intensive and long-term promotion and prevention services.

As a psychoeducator for "SIPPE", you will work with children living in a context of vulnerability whose global development is of concern so that they can benefit from individualized, intensive services as early as possible and for a maximum duration of 5 to 6 months. The program is built around the developmental needs of the child, rather than being based on a diagnosis. Your duties may require you to:

  • Conduct child development assessments using recognized approaches and methods and standardized tools, some of which are available on a digital platform (HELP);
  • Write assessment reports (nature of difficulties, severity, incidence, level of adaptation, foreseeable impacts on the trajectory, adaptation/rehabilitation needs, etc.)
  • Develop a psycho-educational intervention plan that takes into account the child's strengths and challenges, his or her environment, and the parents' resources and expectations;
  • Plan stimulation activities to be carried out by the various caregivers surrounding the child (e.g. by the early childhood education technician);
  • Prepare an individualized service plan and refer parents to institutional, community and private resources that can provide services (e.g. specialized services in intellectual disabilities, autism spectrum disorders);
  • Offer support, tools and advice to parents, individually or in groups;
  • Accompany parents in their search for financial support (e.g. application for a supplement for disabled children, applications to charitable foundations, etc.);
  • Evaluating the response to the intervention plan, adjusting it or terminating treatment if necessary;
  • Travel to meet children and families in their homes (maintained despite the pandemic situation);
  • Work with the support of a multidisciplinary team (nurse, speech therapist, nutritionist, social worker, occupational therapist, educators, etc.), with whom you will share the knowledge that sets you apart.

Why seize this great opportunity? First, to join a (very!) dynamic team of people who enjoy working together and second, to actively participate in the development of the service offer in an environment that welcomes new ideas, creativity and the latest research findings. This job promises challenges and diversity, don't pass it up!
Benefits :

  • Nice work/life balance with a 3 day/week schedule with flexibility on days off;
  • Competitive salary to which bonuses can be added (from $26.28 to $47.04/hour);
  • Four (4) weeks vacation after one year of full time work;
  • Thirteen (13) statutory vacations and nine point six (9.6) sick days for a full-time year (full-time positions only; fringe benefits are paid to part-time employees);
  • Participation with the employer in a defined benefit pension plan to ensure a reliable retirement income;
  • Group insurance protection (life, health, salary);
  • Access for you and your family to a free employee assistance program (counseling, nutrition, kinesiology, legal services/advice, etc.);
  • Access to training and career development programs;
  • Regular clinical supervision meetings.
Requirements :

  • Hold a master's degree in psychoeducation or a degree deemed equivalent by a competent authority;
  • Be registered with the Ordre des psychoéducateurs et psychoéducatrices du Québec;
  • Be able to establish a relationship with both French and English speaking clients and demonstrate the ability to write reports in both languages;
  • Possess a valid driver's license and a car for travel;
  • Experience working with children 0-5 years old is an asset.
Comments :
We thank all applicants. Only selected candidates will be contacted.

The Montréal West Island IUHSSC has a program for the access to equal employment and invites natives, visible minorities, women, and persons with disabilities to apply for positions. Persons with disabilities can share their special needs in relation to the selection process for the position requested to facilitate the study of their application.

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