Program: Community Network of Specialized Care (CNSC) – Toronto Region
Status: Full-time, Union
Salary: $56,194 – $71,217
Date Posted: February 26, 2018
Closing Date: March 9, 2018
The CNSC- Toronto Region team is seeking a highly motivated and effective Coordinator who plays an important role in providing support coordination and monitoring to individuals meeting the working definition and criteria of complex. Reporting to the Manager Community Network of Specialized Care (CNSC) Toronto region, this role includes leading, developing, facilitating, coordinating, monitoring and updating a person-centered plan with people and caregivers.
May include, but are not limited to:
- Providing information to clients, caregivers, service providers and staff on the availability and appropriateness of community services and funding support
- Assisting the client, caregiver and service provider to develop goals and objectives, obtain the required resources and services and support them in identifying alternative resources to meet service gaps
- Cross-sector coordination support for case resolution (e.g. assessment, clinical planning, housing, planning tables)
- Facilitating the acquisition of required supports and services (e.g., specialized services, residential, etc.)
- Liaising with different sector partners, including those with the criminal justice system, health care system, etc.
- Assisting with system navigation, including at urgent response and other planning tables.
- Referring and facilitating access to and from specialized resources, including at the local, regional and provincial levels
- Implementing and maintaining service coordination documentation and entering data in KIDS as required
- Identify, record and analyze key metrics including those contributing to outcomes measures and measures of best or promising practices
- Participating on community committees, work groups or task forces, as requested (I.e. Clinical Conference, Shared Learning Forum, etc.)
- Assisting and/or providing clinical supervision for students in placement as required and as appropriate to qualifications
- Assuming responsibility to ensure continued community capacity building
- Honours Degree in social or health sciences or equivalent
- A minimum of 5 years work experience in developmental services that includes work with individuals with dual diagnosis
- Demonstrated facilitation, planning, and case management skills and able to promote and build consensus and resolution
- Demonstrated ability to network and develop plans for complex issues
- Demonstrated written and oral communication skills, interviewing and active listening skills and interpersonal skills
- Ability to work flexible hours
- Knowledge of regional resources and service systems
- Bilingualism (French) would be an asset
- Experience with interdisciplinary teams and multicultural environments an asset
- A satisfactory Police Records Check (Vulnerable Sector Screening)
To be considered for this position, you must be passionate about the work we do, and share our organizational values. Please submit your resume and cover letter saved in the following format: firstname.lastname (ie. John.Smith) to Human Resources, email@example.com, quoting file 1830-281 in the subject line of your email by the closing date.
Surrey Place Centre is an equal opportunity employer. Candidates from diverse groups are encouraged to apply. If you are contacted for an interview and require accommodation appropriate arrangements will be made to assist you through this process. We thank all applicants in advance for their interest; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.