Career Opportunities

 

 

 

Family Counsellor – Functional Family Therapy 7-11 (HR263)

As part of a multi-disciplinary team, the Functional Family Therapist’s primary responsibility is to provide direct counselling service to families of children aged 7-11 in a variety of settings (office, school, home) in the community. Effectively engaging clients and focusing on growth, development and positive change using the Functional Family Therapy model, follow ethical guidelines and respect the client’s uniqueness and right to self-determination while keeping in mind a child’s right to be protected.

Functional Family Therapy 7-11 (FFT 7-11) Counsellors are required to manage an active caseload and be willing to see clients, primarily families but also with flexibility to meet individually and in dyads, as well as group work as needed. Caseload composition will vary according to the needs of the community, funder requests and needs of the agency.  Counsellors are responsible for managing cases including assessment, intervention and closure as well as documentation of the process.

Counsellors are required to keep abreast of relevant literature and research, to ensure service delivery according to best practice, ethical guidelines and meet adherence and fidelity requirements for FFT. Counsellors are also required to utilize supervision regularly and to work holistically and collaboratively with all partners involved. Counsellors must ensure that service is delivered according to policy and procedure guidelines and performance standards. Counsellors must be available to deliver service at least two evenings per week and be flexible and creative in meeting client needs.

Please see Family Counsellor, Functional Family Therapy 7-11 posting for more information.

 

Community Counsellor, Parenting The Nurturing Way (HR261)

As a community counsellor you will deliver an in-home evidence based program where parents and children learn to connect with one another through the creation of nurturing relationships based on receiving understanding, respect, recognitions, warmth, gentle touch, praise, security, limits and appropriate expectations.  A nurturing parent-child relationship is crucial for producing the next generation of healthy, responsible and self-sustaining adults. You will be working with families that have children between the ages of 6 – 13 years.

This position involves in-home coaching, advocacy, case management, mentoring parents and educational group facilitation in the values and the pillars of the Nurturing Parenting model. The ability to work creatively and adaptively with children and parents together and/or separately is required; to enhance parental resilience as a protective and promotive factor to healthy development and well-being of children and youth. This position requires knowledge and experience in working with vulnerable families (including Indigenous and new Canadians) experiencing isolation. A background in high conflict family situations, trauma, grief and loss, attachment, neuroscience, play based approaches and resiliency is a definite asset.  Additional on-going training is available to the successful candidate.

Please see Community Counsellor, Parenting The Nurturing Way posting for more information.

 

 

Counsellor, In Sync Program (HR260)

As a member of the In Sync Team, you will deliver an in-home evidence based program where parents and children learn to connect with one another through nurturing relationships based on receiving understanding, respect, recognition, warmth, gentle touch, praise, security, limits and appropriate expectations.  A nurturing parent-child relationship is crucial for producing the next generation of healthy, responsible and self-sustaining adults. You will be working with families that have children between the ages of birth – 6 years.

This position involves counselling, advocacy, case management, experiential education and mentoring parents in the values of therapeutic models that enhance parent child relationship. The ability to work creatively and adaptively with children and parents together is required. A background in high conflict family situations, trauma, grief and loss, attachment, neuroscience, play based approaches and resiliency is a definite asset.  Additional on-going training is available to the successful candidate.

Please see Counsellor, In Sync posting for more information.

 

 

Philanthropy Coordinator (HR259)

The Philanthropy Coordinator is responsible for all fundraising initiatives and activities of carya. They are responsible in supporting the development and implementation of the annual giving plan, cultivating and maintaining relationships with new and existing donors and supporters, managing our database system, processing gifts, seeking special event funding, researching and writing grant proposals, and providing reports as required.

Please see Philanthropy Coordinator posting for more information.