*Salary to commensurate with education and qualifications
- Clinical consultation with team members and community housing support staff regarding client needs.
- Participation in case management and policy development meetings as appropriate.
- Support, skill development and continuing education training for team members and support staff.
- Development and delivery of appropriate psychological services to previously homeless individuals with mental health issues.
- Programme evaluation and clinical research.
- Doctoral degree in clinical psychology from a CPA accredited doctoral programme and completion of a CPA accredited internship / residency.
- Registration as a C. Psych. by the Psychological Association of MB (supervision will be provided for individuals at the C. Psych. Candidate level until they are fully registered).
- Pass a Criminal Records Check
- Excellent inter-professional teamwork and communications skills.
- Education and experience with psychological consultation, psychological assessment and brief treatment of common psychological disorders.
- Experience with addictions, behavioural management of chronic health conditions and complex trauma would be an asset.
- Training, experience and interest in Aboriginal health issues would be an asset.
This position is subject to a Criminal Record Check and a Adult Abuse Registry Check. The successful candidate will be responsible for any service charges incurred.
Interviewed candidates may be called upon to participate in a skills assessment and/or to provide evidence of educational achievements.
Any application/resume received after the deadline closing date will be marked late and not included in the competition.