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Temporary- Full time
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CIUSSS de l'Ouest-de-l’Île-de-Montréal
Job Territory :
Montreal (to be determined)
Direction des services multidisciplinaires, de la qualité, de la performance et de la responsabilité populationnelle
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Psychology & social services tech. (Integration Agent/Educator/Specialized Education Tech./Social Work Tech./...)
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The CIUSSS de l'Ouest-de-l'Ile-de-Montréal is looking for 6 neighborhood workers to promote awareness in connection with the current health crisis for the west of the island.
Neighborhood workers will have to:
1. Reach out to citizens (public places, door to door, mobile clinics, etc.) and get in touch with them in order to:
2. Support mobile vaccination clinics:
- Raise awareness and inform citizens of the importance of:
- health measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19,
- screening in the event of COVID symptoms and / or risky contact,
- compliance with isolation instructions,
- COVID vaccination to curb the pandemic.
- Promote the resources available in the community.
- Collect and collate non-nominative information.
- Refer citizens according to expressed needs (psychosocial support, food, etc.).
3. Support community organizations in the area:
- Participate in the promotion of mobile clinics in the community (put up posters, distribute leaflets, door to door, phone calls, etc.).
- Collaborate with the community partners involved.
- Provide logistical support for the running of the clinics (surveillance, assistance with the movement of users, other related tasks).
- Distribution of personal protective equipment (PPE).
- Help as needed in certain activities.
- People will be deployed in the community and called upon to work outside and inside. They will need to be in good physical condition to walk and stand for a long time.
- Initial training will be offered to successful candidates.
- Successful candidates will be supported by community organizers from the CIUSSS de l'Ouest-de-Montréal in carrying out their mandate.
- The mandates are for a temporary duration of 6 months with the possibility of extension.
- Interventions are carried out mainly on the day shift, on weekdays. The interveners will sometimes have to work weekends.
- Interventions take place across the entire territory of the West Island (deployment in a specific neighborhood will be encouraged but interveners may be called upon to change territory).
- A car is an asset but not a necessity.
- Remuneration according to the collective agreements in force.
- Home port: CLSC of the intervention area.
- Starting up: as soon as possible.
Hold a college diploma with a specialization in social work techniques, specialized education, delinquency technique or other diploma with an intervention profile with a vulnerable clientele.
- Have good interpersonal skills
- Communicate well in both French and English (functional level)
- Knowledge of a third language is an asset.
- Customer orientation
- Rigor and organization at work
- Sense of priorities
- Adaptation to change and flexibility
- Sense of responsibility
- Autonomy and professional rigor
- Knowledge of the territory and community resources (asset)
We thank all applicants. Only selected candidates will be contacted.
The West Island of Montreal IHSSUC has a program for the access to equal employment and invites natives, visible minorities, women, and persons with disabilities to apply for positions. Persons with disabilities can share their special needs in relation to the selection process for the position requested to facilitate the study of their application.
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