Job Opportunities 2021

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Clinical Counsellor (West Coast)
Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council’s Teechuktl (Mental Health) Program 

Counsellor needed to provide individual counselling and counselling for family or groups in the west coast of the Nuu-chah-nulth territory.  Based out of the NTC’s Tofino office, this position would best suit someone who can work in a team environment to provide counselling services that promotes individual and community wellness through a balance of Quu’asa and clinical methods.

Responsibilities Include: 

To establish a regular schedule of community visits and counselling sessions
To coordinate effective service delivery strategies and instructions to service providers
To maintain up-to-date files and provide statistical reports
To deliver consistent service within a framework inclusive of professional skills and Quu’asa (First Nation people) values

Preferred Qualifications

Master’s degree in Psychology, Counselling, or related professional qualification with a specialization in mental health
5-years front line experience, with at least 3-years working with aboriginal people
Registration with a related professional association
Experience in programs to facilitate transformation from addictions
Familiarity with Nuu-chah-nulth First Nations culture and healing processes
Experience in cross-cultural education
Strong personal boundaries and familiarity with ethical issues that arise from working with high risk population
Possess a personal wellness plan
Provide acceptable references and criminal record check

Competitive salary based on qualifications and experience:
salary range $69,500 - $80,000 annually.
       
Apply by 4pm June 24, 2021 by sending a cover letter,
three references (available to contact) and resume to:
 
Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council
P.O. Box 1383
Port Alberni, BC  V9Y 7M2
 
Attn.: Human Resource Manager
 
Fax: (250) 723-0463
 (We regret that we will only respond to those applicants chosen for an interview) 
 
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Counsellor
University of British Columbia
Vancouver Campus
  
 Job Description Summary:
Provides services and programming for undergraduate and graduate students in the UBC Faculty of Applied Science to support students’ mental wellbeing and help them succeed in their program. Provides single session/short term counselling, triage and referral to stepped care including Counselling Services, Student Health Service, external resources and emergency services as appropriate. Offers consultation to faculty and staff including response to crises. Promotes mental wellbeing for students in the Faculty of Applied Science through the development and delivery of wellness programming. 
 
Minimum Qualifications: Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology or a related field. Eligible for professional certification in British Columbia. Minimum of five years of experience in clinical counselling plus experience supervising Master’s level practicum students.
 
Preferred Qualifications • Eligible for registration as a Registered Clinical Counsellor, Registered Social Worker in British Columbia or as a Canadian Certified Counsellor. • University or college counselling experience an asset. • Training and experience in single session, triage, brief therapy and stepped care preferred. • An expressed commitment and experience with equity-deserving student populations. Proven sensibility and appreciation of the role that gender, race, disability, gender identity, sexuality, social background play in the experience of health and wellbeing. • Commitment to serving the needs of a broadly diverse student population. Demonstrated ability to provide services that are responsive and sensitive to the needs of specific student populations including aboriginal students, international students, graduate students, racialized students, students with disabilities and LGBTQ2S+ students. • Demonstrated knowledge of student development theory and experience in program development, consultation and outreach. • Strong interest in and commitment to effective problem solving and continuous improvement of programs and services. Possession of personal attributes that facilitate teamwork and the development of effective working relationships with a wide range of students, faculty, and staff. • Appropriate course-work and training in mental health assessment, individual and group counselling; program evaluation, adolescent and adult development; learning theory; career development, cross-cultural counselling and diversity, personality theory and diagnosis and treatment of psychopathology. • Knowledge of the unique issues facing university students and university life. • Expertise and experience in treatment of a wide range of concerns that post-secondary and professional program students may experience including stress, depression, anxiety, substance use, relationship difficulties, eating/body image issues, career/life planning, transition issues and sexual violence. • Bi-lingual or multi-lingual an asset. NOTE: This offer is conditional upon successful completion of a Criminal Record Check
 
Compensation
$6,546.42 - $10,228.92 CAD Monthly
 
Closing Date:
11:59pm on July 6th, 2021
 
For more info or to apply, click on this link:
 
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 Counsellor
University of British Columbia
Vancouver Campus
 
Job Description Summary:
Faculty of Forestry (.4 FTE) Provides services and programming for undergraduate and graduate students in the UBC Faculty of Forestry to support students’ mental wellbeing and help them succeed in their program. Provides single session/short term counselling, triage and referral to stepped care including Counselling Services, Student Health Service, external resources and emergency services as appropriate. Offers consultation to faculty and staff including response to crises. Promotes mental wellbeing for students in the Faculty of Forestry through the development and delivery of wellness programming.
 
Faculty of Land and Food Systems (.4 FTE) Provides services and programming for undergraduate and graduate students in the UBC Faculty of Land and Food Systems to support students’ mental wellbeing and help them succeed in their program. Provides single session/short term counselling, triage and referral to stepped care including Counselling Services, Student Health Service, external resources and emergency services as appropriate. Offers consultation to faculty and staff including response to crises. Promotes mental wellbeing for students in the Faculty of Land and Food Systems through the development and delivery of wellness programming.
 
Counselling Services (.2 FTE) Provides a comprehensive range of counselling services for registered and admitted undergraduate and graduate UBC students including assessment, various modalities of individual and group counselling, crisis intervention and referral within the context of an integrated and collaborative stepped care model. Provides consultation services to UBC faculty and staff. Participates in training and supervision as well as the development and delivery of programs which enhance student mental wellbeing.
 
Minimum Qualifications Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology or a related field. Eligible for professional certification in British Columbia. Minimum of five years of experience in clinical counselling plus experience supervising Master’s level practicum students.
 
Preferred Qualifications • Eligible for registration as a Registered Clinical Counsellor, Registered Social Worker in British Columbia or as a Canadian Certified Counsellor. • University or college counselling experience an asset.• Training and experience in single session, triage, brief therapy and stepped care preferred. • An expressed commitment and experience with equity-deserving student populations. Proven sensibility and appreciation of the role that gender, race, disability, gender identity, sexuality, social background play in the experience of health and wellbeing. • Commitment to serving the needs of a broadly diverse student population. Demonstrated ability to provide services that are responsive and sensitive to the needs of specific student populations including aboriginal students, international students, graduate students, racialized students, students with disabilities and LGBTQ2S+ students. • Demonstrated knowledge of student development theory and experience in program development, consultation and outreach. • Strong interest in and commitment to effective problem solving and continuous improvement of programs and services. • Possession of personal attributes that facilitate teamwork and the development of effective working relationships with a wide range of students, faculty, and staff. • Appropriate course-work and training in mental health assessment, individual and group counselling; program evaluation, adolescent and adult development; learning theory; career development, cross-cultural counselling and diversity, personality theory and diagnosis and treatment of psychopathology. • Knowledge of the unique issues facing university students and university life. • Expertise and experience in treatment of a wide range of concerns that post-secondary and professional program students may experience including stress, depression, anxiety, substance use, relationship difficulties, eating/body image issues, career/life planning, transition issues and sexual violence. • Bi-lingual or multi-lingual an asset. NOTE: This offer is conditional upon successful completion of a Criminal Record Check.
 
Compensation
$6,546.42 - $10,228.92 CAD Monthly
 
Closing Date:
11:59pm on July 6th, 2021
 
For more info or to apply, click on this link:
 
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Counsellor - One Year Term Position
University of British Columbia
Vancouver Campus
 
Job Description Summary
Faculty of Medicine (0.5 FTE) The Faculty of Medicine is home to more than 1,300 graduate students in 20 graduate programs (14 of which confer doctoral degrees), and approximately 400 postdoctoral fellows located in the Faculty’s Departments, Schools, Centres, Institutes, and affiliated hospital sites. Provides wellness programming and clinical services to support graduate students and postdoctoral fellows’ overall wellbeing and help them succeed in their respective programs. Provides single session/short-term counselling, triage and referral to stepped care including the UBC Counselling Services team, external resources and emergency services as appropriate. Offers consultation to faculty and staff including response to crises. Working with the Graduate and Postdoctoral Wellbeing Coordinator in the Faculty of Medicine, promotes wellbeing for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in the Faculty of Medicine. Builds a network of resources on campus and in the community specific to the needs of graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in the Faculty of Medicine. Contributes to the ongoing development and implementation of programming for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows to support their mental wellbeing.
Counselling Services (0.5 FTE): Provides a comprehensive range of counselling services for registered and admitted UBC students including assessment, various modalities of individual and group counselling, crisis intervention and referral within the context of an integrated and collaborative stepped care model. Provides consultation services to UBC faculty and staff. Participates in training and supervision as well as the development and delivery of programs which enhance student mental wellbeing.
 
Minimum Qualifications Master’s degree in Counselling Psychology or a related field. Eligible for professional certification in British Columbia. Minimum of five years of experience in clinical counselling plus experience supervising Master’s level practicum students.
 
Preferred Qualifications • Eligible for registration as a Registered Clinical Counsellor, Registered Social Worker in British Columbia or as a Canadian Certified Counsellor. • Experience working with graduate students and postdoctoral fellows or knowledge of Faculty of Medicine Graduate and Postdoctoral education/practice preferred. • University or college counselling experience an asset. • Training and experience in single session, triage, stepped care and brief therapy preferred. • Experience supervising Master’s level graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. • Commitment to serving the needs of a broadly diverse student population. Demonstrated ability to provide services that are responsive and sensitive to the needs of diverse graduate student and postdoctoral fellow populations including indigenous students, international students, racialized students, students with disabilities and LGBTQ+ students. • Commitment to providing services that are responsive and sensitive to the needs of diverse graduate student and postdoctoral fellow populations. • Demonstrated knowledge of student development theory specific to graduate students and postdoctoral fellows and experience in program development, consultation, and outreach. • Strong interest in and commitment to effective problem solving and continuous improvement of programs and services. • Possession of personal attributes that facilitate teamwork and the development of effective working relationships with a wide range of graduate students and postdoctoral fellows, faculty and staff. • Appropriate coursework and training in mental health assessment, individual and group counselling, program evaluation, adolescent and adult development, learning theory, career development, cross-cultural counselling and diversity, personality theory and diagnosis and treatment of psychopathology. • Knowledge of the unique issues facing university students and university life. Expertise and experience in treatment of a wide range of concerns that post-secondary and professional program graduate students and postdoctoral fellows may experience including stress, depression, anxiety, substance use, relationship difficulties, eating/body image issues, career/life planning, transition issues and sexual violence. NOTE: This offer is conditional upon successful completion of a Criminal Record Check.
 
Compensation
$6,546.42 - $10,228.92 CAD Monthly
 
Closing Date:
11:59pm on July 15th, 2021
 
For more info or to apply, click on this link:
 
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Registered Clinical Counsellor/Social Worker 1.0 FTE
Registered Clinical Counsellor/Social Worker .5 FTE
HML Wellness Solutions
 
HML Wellness Solutions is a privately-owned, local counselling agency in Prince George, BC, dedicated to creating happiness one session at a time, working with individuals, couples and families. We partner with community agencies to improve accessibility to counselling for all in an autonomous, calm, respectful and professional environment.
 
Requirements: • MUST be registered or eligible for registration with CCPA, BCACC, or BC College of Social Workers • MUST have M.Ed., MACP, MSW or equivalent • Minimum 3 years experience • Counselling from an evidence-based approach (e.g., CBT, EMDR, Narrative, DBT etc.). • Commitment to working as a team. • Commitment to ongoing continuing education. • Ability to conduct risk assessments and create safety plans. • Strong sense of ethics and professional boundaries required. • Ability to use wide range of computer applications, an online practice management tool, Microsoft Suite, etc. • Does NOT own/have ownership in/operate Counselling Practice within the Prince George area (non compete required) • 3 professional references
 
Assets:  • Experience with indigenous populations • San’ Yas Indigenous Cultural and Safety Training • Experience with adults, couples children and youth
 
Salary: We offer a competitive salary and benefits plan
 
For more information or to apply, please submit your resume, along with a written summary of experience and expectations to admin@hmlwellnesssolutions.org
 
 
 

Mission Statement

Working together to promote and support
competency in clinical counselling & psychotherapy.