If you are experienced in rehabilitation counselling and reintegration programs, this opportunity offers an excellent chance to make a difference in the lives of young persons in conflict with the law.Please note: This position requires flexible working hours based on program requirements. Travel within the community as part of education reintegration planning is required.What can I expect to do in this role?Within a systemic change and anti-racism organizational change context - valuing diversity, your role will include:- Assisting with assessment of young persons in conflict with the law to identify educational reintegration needs- Supporting therapeutic reintegration plans- Facilitating the coordination, planning and development of individualized and/or group reintegration programs- Fostering and maintaining relationships with school boards and community partners - Providing skill-based programming such as vocational, technical trades, literacy support, school readiness, and other therapeutic reintegration activities- Supervising volunteers engaged in reintegration activities- Fostering a healthy and respectful work environment consistent with Ontario Public Service values and Code of Conduct - Coordinating individual needs of youth off-site in collaboration with the Case Management Team.How do I qualify?Your technical knowledge and abilities will include:- Demonstrated knowledge of rehabilitation counseling principles, theories, and techniques- Proven knowledge of reintegration theories and methodologies- Ability to apply technical knowledge to establish education reintegration programs for a diverse population of young persons in conflict with the law- Knowledge of reintegration programs, community resources, the business and industrial community and voluntary organizations- Knowledge of youth justice system legislation, assessment tools and protocols to support programming and planning- Knowledge of professional standards of therapeutic reintegration and rehabilitation disciplines- Demonstrated sensitivity to cultural diversity and an understanding of issues related to workplace harassment and discrimination.Your skills will include:- Assessment and counseling skills to design effective, responsive individual education reintegration plans- Analytical and professional reintegration and rehabilitation skills to determine the suitability of education reintegration activities- Demonstrated skills in designing individual reintegration programs- Programming skills to develop a broad range of reintegration activities - Organization skills to monitor progress of a large number of clients- Verbal communication and interpersonal skills to interact with youth in a tactful and sensitive manner- Written communication skills to write plans, reports and other materials.Mandatory requirements:- Ability to work flexible hours based on program requirements; and able to travel within the community as part of education reintegration planning.Note: A vulnerable sector CPIC is required for the successful candidate.
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