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We recognize and appreciate the contribution each employee makes to the well-being of our organization, and to the delivery of service to people. In turn, we endeavour to provide employment which is rewarding, both professionally and personally.
We are committed to fairness and equity in its employment practices, to fostering a work environment that is characterized by dignity, courtesy, and respect and in which there are opportunities for challenge, broadening experiences and advancement. We are also committed to providing employees with support, recognition and appreciation for their contribution.
Canadian Nonprofit Employer of Choice Award
We are thrilled to announce that YSSN is a recipient of the Canadian Nonprofit Employer of Choice Award (NEOC) for 2020!
It's an honour to be recognized as a non-profit whose people, leadership and vision translate into outstanding talent management practices that support successful mission delivery in the communities we serve.
Service Resolution Coordinator - Mental Health
Part-time Permanent Position – apply by April 25, 2021
The Service Resolution Coordinator will facilitate case resolution for adults 16 yrs and up, who experience high-risk situations who have a mental health and/or addictions, or dual diagnosis with a co-morbidity of medical situations. The aim of service resolution is to develop an innovative and collaborative care plan that is co-directed by the leadership of the partnering organizations.
Developmental Services Passport Coordinator
One Full-Time Contract to May 2022 (with a possibility of an extension or becoming permanent) – apply by April 18, 2021
Responsible for the coordination of the Passport Program within York Region, which focuses on adults with a developmental disability seeking community participation supports and/or skills development and respite supports. Responsible for waitlist management, acting as a resource to eligible adults and their families around community options and administration of funding.
Mental Health Streamlined Access Worker
Full-Time position – apply by April 22, 2021
The Mental Health Access Worker is responsible for the provision of a centralized access response to adults with a serious mental illness and/ or individuals with a dual diagnosis (mental illness and developmental disability). The Access Worker conducts psychosocial assessments to determine the support needs of individuals accessing services, makes outbound referrals based on the needs of individuals and liaises with hospitals, community agencies and families. The successful candidate will thrive in a fast-paced environment, have the ability to adapt to an ever changing environment and be a team player.
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