Overview

Government of Saskatchewan Chief Clinical Director Full Time in Saskatchewan

Government of Saskatchewan

Branch SK CA

Position:
Chief Clinical Director
Location:
Saskatchewan

The Certificate program is a two-year post- graduate level program, the successful candidate will be expected to teach post-graduate level courses which are…

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Employment Type

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Permanent Full-time

Location(s)

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SK

Ministry

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003 Justice

Salary Range

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$8,014-$10,416

Monthly

Grade

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MCP.09.

The Ministry of Justice – Custody, Supervision and Rehabilitation Services requires an experienced and forward thinking professional committed to leading, managing and providing supervision to the Clinical Director team responsible for the division’s rehabilitation and case management direction as well as support for offender programs for both youth and adult offenders.

The successful candidate will have advanced knowledge in evidence based correctional treatment practices, and competencies and experience in providing leadership and managing human service professionals. That candidate will have the demonstrated ability to:

consider broad and long-term factors when making decisions;

align programs with strategic direction;

develop and implement strategies consistent with organizational objectives;

work collaboratively with others towards strategic goals;

translate direction into action;

foster open and clear communication in order to influence others; and

act in alignment with government’s corporate culture to achieve organizational goals.

Reporting to the Executive Director of Offender Services you will direct and support service delivery for adult and youth offenders for effectiveness and consistency in both provincial community corrections and custody operations. You will be responsible to review and implement evidence-based practice, anticipate and plan for future needs, develop and implement provincial standards, policies and programs as well as undertake quality assurance and evaluation related tasks for all aspects of correctional practice.

You will provide expert knowledge and advice in offender risk assessments and the treatment and rehabilitation of offenders.

You will research and analyze submissions for budget development; supervise/conduct qualitative and quantitative evaluations of programs; make recommendations for changes to service delivery; and work collaboratively with internal and external stakeholders.

The knowledge and abilities required for this position would typically be acquired through a Master’s or Ph.D. in the field of psychology.

Equivalent graduate-level training with a focus on human development, learning, behaviour and behaviour change will be considered.

Key competencies for this position include graduate-level knowledge of both normal and maladaptive development and behaviour, supervised experience with assessment processes and associated tools, graduate-level supervised research experience, the ability to formulate intervention plans based upon this information, and demonstrated ability in managing and directing human service professionals.

Your personal management style must exemplify respect, consultation and collaboration and you must have excellent interpersonal skills in order to work well with stakeholders, clients, and as part of a team.

As a condition of employment, the successful candidate will be expected to be eligible for and obtain professional affiliation in the Department of Psychology to deliver the Post-Graduate Specialization Certificate in Corrections through the University of Saskatchewan Centre for Forensic Behavioural Sciences and Justice Studies.

The Certificate program is a two-year post- graduate level program, the successful candidate will be expected to teach post-graduate level courses which are included within the job responsibilities and contribute to the development of new clinical directors.

The program is sponsored by the Ministry.

We are looking for an individual with excellent collaborative skills, sound judgment, and strong leadership ability.

We are committed to workplace diversity.

Hours of Work

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M – Monthly Out of Scope

Shift

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Day Job

Travel

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Yes, 25 % of the Time

Criminal Record Check Requirement

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The successful candidate shall be subject to a Criminal Record Check, including a vulnerable sector query, as a condition of employment

Number of Openings

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1

Closing Date

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Oct 10, 2016, 11:59:00 PM

Questions about this competition? Contact

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[email protected]

or proceed with Standard Application Form.

Employment Type: Full Time
Location: , SK, CA
Posted on: 2016-09-21
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