Bilingual Transitional Support Caseworker 1- Permanent, 30-hour per week position
We are currently recruiting a Francophone Transitional Support Caseworker. Funding for this position has generously been made available through a formal agreement with the Eastern Ottawa Resource Centre.
Reporting to the Outreach Supervisor, this position provides supports and services to women and their dependents who have experienced abuse, including survivors of human trafficking, that will enable them to access safe and stable housing, as well as relevant supports such as court support.
- • Graduate of a post-secondary program in social sciences or a related field
- • A thorough understanding of the issue of violence against women and impact of children who witness violence
- • Experience in crisis intervention
- • Proven ability to work effectively, both independently and as a team member
- • Extensive knowledge of the needs of Francophone women living in Renfrew County, who have experienced abuse, including human trafficking
- • Ability to speak and write in French and English
- • A valid driver’s licence and access to a vehicle
Deadline for applications: Noon on July 5th, 2022 BMH is an equal opportunity employer, committed to meeting needs under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedom, the Ontario Human Rights Code, and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. Applicants requiring accommodation should contact the administration department at 613-732-7776.
Please send applications to: Leigh Sweeney, Executive Director email@example.com
Relief Residential Caseworker
Reporting to the Residential Supervisor, this position provides direct service to abused women and their children in a residential setting, involving crisis intervention and client advocacy. This is a casual position, on an “as needed basis only”. Weekend and shift work required.
Required qualifications include: graduate of a post secondary program in social sciences or related field; a thorough understanding of the issue of violence against women, and the impact on child witnesses; experience in crisis intervention, and proven ability to work cooperatively and effectively both as a team member and independently. Ability to speak and write in both English & French (preferred) valid driver’s licence and access to a car (preferred).
Leigh Sweeney, Executive Director
Bernadette McCann House
P.O. Box 244, Pembroke, Ontario K8A 6X3
Fax: (613) 732-8667
*Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
BMH is an equal opportunity employer, committed to meeting needs under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedom, the Ontario Human Rights Code, and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. Applications requiring accommodation should contact Administration 613-732-7776.