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Posted 04.10.24 in EmploymentBack

Job Posting #: 1861-24-2

Position Summary

The objective of the Intensive Support and Supervision Program (ISSP) is to provide the youth justice system with an effective alternative to custody that enhances community safety and provides effective rehabilitation services to young persons diagnosed with mental health disorders. The Child and Youth Worker, ISSP (CYW, ISSP) will implement treatment plan recommendations by providing mental health services to clients who are experiencing social, emotional, or behavioural problems, who are involved in the Youth Justice System and have a mental health diagnosis. The CYW, ISSP will support clients, whose participation in the ISSP program is directed by the client’s probation order, to create goals and make lifestyle changes to prevent recidivism. They will also support client families to build capacity and support the client. The CYW will operate as part of a multi-disciplinary team and will collaborate with other community professionals to best support the client’s mental health needs.

Hours of Work

Permanent part-time (21 hours per week)


Hourly Rate/Salary

Minimum $25.87 to maximum $31.47 per hour

Salary commensurate with education and experience

Closing Date

This posting will remain open until the position has been filled


Application Process

Hands TheFamilyHelpNetwork.ca is an equal opportunity employer and we value the importance of diversity, dignity and worth of every individual in the workplace. Hands offers accommodation for applicants with disabilities in its recruitment processes. If you are contacted by Hands regarding a job opportunity, please advise prior to the interview if you require accommodation.

We thank all applicants but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Please forward your resume and cover letter, quoting competition #1861-24-2, to:

Human Resources Department

Hands TheFamilyHelpNetwork.ca

391 Oak Street East

North Bay, Ontario P1B 1A3

[email protected]