North End Women’s Centre Job Posting
Position: Clinical Manager
The Clinical Manager is a member of the Leadership Team at the North End Women’s Centre; provides clinical supervision to the counsellors within the North End Women’s Centre.
Post-secondary degree or certificate in the social services field (other combinations of relevant education and experience may be considered).
Minimum two (2) years of experience providing operational direction and supervision. Providing clinical supervision is an asset.
Minimum three (3) years of experience providing long term, short term, and/or crisis counselling to women who have experienced addiction; trauma; homelessness; and sexual exploitation.
Experience in the development, organization, and facilitation of groups and programs for women of diverse backgrounds.
Experience working in a community based setting in the North End of Winnipeg and knowledge of inner city challenges is an asset.
Minimum (3) years of experience working with women in a residential setting.
Experience working in cross-functional team.
Strong leadership, coordination and supervisory skills.
Strong consultative and conflict management skills.
Strong time management, organizational, decision making, and problem solving skills.
Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
Highly motivated and self-directed with the ability to work on multiple tasks, adjust quickly to shifting priorities, meet deadlines, exercise good judgment, and handle pressure situations.
Ability to demonstrate a positive attitude, a sense of humour, energy, and a high degree of initiative and flexibility within a professional setting.
Strong computer skills and experience in related software, including proficiency in Word, Excel and Access.
Knowledge of, and experience working with Indigenous people particularly in terms of the historical context, traditions, teachings as well as the unique barriers Indigenous women face.
Knowledge of the impacts of poverty, addictions, sexual exploitation, homeless, mental health, and violence on women.
Knowledge of a variety of different counselling styles and techniques.
Knowledge of addictions recovery and relapse prevention planning.
Knowledge of sexual exploitation and sex trafficking recovery.
Knowledge of the resources available in the community for women experiencing poverty, homelessness, domestic violence, mental illness, addictions and sexual exploitation.
Non-judgemental and accepting attitude.
Ability to deal with crisis situations in an appropriate manner.
Understanding of and commitment to a strength based and solution oriented
Knowledge and demonstrated ability to apply trauma informed care, cultural
proficiency, and harm reduction principles is an asset.
Provides support in delivery of HR functions, including performance appraisal,
training and development.
Knowledge of evaluation processes and data collection.
Valid Class 5 license
Regular access to a safe and reliable vehicle
Satisfactory Criminal Record and Child Abuse Registry Check
Duties and Responsibilities
To support, mentor, and provide guidance to counsellors and support staff.
To monitor the intake waitlist and ensure the counsellors are maintaining required
To attend community events and meetings and to sit on community committees as
determined in consultation with the Director of Programs.
To research, create, and maintain all Program modules in coordination with program
To develop, monitor, and ensure adherence to the service delivery policies and
procedures in consultation with the Director of Programs.
To conduct trainings with new staff, students, or volunteers in coordination with the
program managers and consultation with Director of Programs.
Direct Service Responsibilities
To provide intakes in coordination with an intake team.
To act as a role model for women modeling healthy relationships, boundaries, and
To facilitate community presentations on NEWC programming as needed.
To audit participant files as outlined in the Employee Policy and Procedure Manual.
To prepare and submit monthly program reports to the Program Manager.
Job Status: Full Time, Term (until March 31, 2021 with possibility of extension)
Hours: 37.5 hours/week (8:30-4:30); some evenings may be needed
Closing Date: Monday, February 3, 2020 at 4:00pm
Start Date: TBA (February/March 2020)
Salary Range: $26-$35 per hour
Resumes and a cover letter may be submitted to:
Tammy Hansen, Director of Programs
North End Women’s Centre
Job Type: Full-time