This page lists current employment opportunities with CMHA SK – Canadian Mental Health Association, Saskatchewan Division.
See below for current job openings at the provincial office (located in Regina, with program positions located in many communities like Saskatoon, North Battleford, and Prince Albert), as well as other local branches of the Canadian Mental Health Association in Saskatchewan:
Updated February 6th, 2020
JUSTICE COMMUNITY SUPPORT WORKER
Employment Type: Full-Time, In-Scope
Salary Range: $4,299.33 – $4,952.07 per month ($28.35 – $32.65//hour)
(as per SGEU Collective Agreement)
Hours of Work: Field Hours – 37.5 hours per week
1 extra day off every two weeks
Travel: Yes, 25% of the time
Criminal Record Check: Required, including vulnerable sector query as a condition of employment
Closing Date: Wednesday, February 12th, 2020
The Canadian Mental Health Association (Saskatchewan Division) Inc. invites applications for the position of Justice Community Support Worker. If you have a strong interest in working with and being a positive role model for at risk adult offenders in the community, consider joining our team!
Qualifications & Experience:
The successful candidate will have a working knowledge of the criminal justice system and the mental health and addictions systems, theories, intervention strategies, indicators and dynamics of addictions, domestic violence, poverty, disabilities, family relationships, abuse, neglect and their impacts.
The successful candidate will have excellent written and verbal skills, the ability to engage resistant individuals, the ability to accurately assess, develop and adjust case, treatment and intervention plans based on client needs.
The successful candidate will work in a multi-task environment, in partnership/case management process with Saskatoon Police Services and Adult Probations. Changing demands and priorities will require the person hired to be responsible, flexible and adaptable in order to accomplish the goals and objectives of the Justice Community Support Program.
Typically, the knowledge and abilities required for this position would be acquired through an applied professional degree in human services and directly related community experience.
We are seeking a confident individual who will demonstrate honesty, integrity and exhibit leadership and professionalism with clients and stakeholders. Must have the ability to work collegially with partner agencies and to work independently in a distanced-supervised capacity.
We thank all applicants for their interest in this position, however, only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.
Please forward resumes to:
David Jones, Director, Justice Community Support Program, Canadian Mental Health Association
(Saskatchewan Division) Inc.
2702 – 12th Avenue
Regina SK S4T 1J2
Phone: (306) 525-5601 Ext 225
Email resumes to: firstname.lastname@example.org