Social Worker jobs
Ministry of the Solicitor General
Greater Sudbury, ONToday$1,232 – $1,564 a week
Consider Your Next Career with the Ministry of the Solicitor General, Ontario Public Service!
The Ontario Public Service is one of the largest employers in the province with a wide range of exciting career opportunities. We believe in the core values of trust, fairness, diversity, excellence, creativity, collaboration, efficiency and responsiveness. We invite you to join our teams!
We are currently seeking a qualified Social Worker to provide professional assessment, rehabilitative, and discharge services for inmates at the Sudbury Jail. Take on this unique opportunity to showcase your skills and expertise!
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What can I expect to do in this role?
Formulate reintegration/release plans in collaboration with professional and community partners and inmates
Provide crisis intervention services
Prepare clinical assessments and statistical reports
Collaborate on multidisciplinary care plans
Facilitate group and individual rehabilitative programming
Provide one-to- one counselling
Participate in social work research activities and evaluate treatment programs and services
Provide social work consultation and training to staff
Perform other duties, as assigned
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How do I qualify?
You are currently registered as a Social Worker in good standing with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers (OCSWSSW)
Specialized Knowledge and Experience
You have in-depth knowledge of, and experience with, theories, principles and practices of social work normally acquired through a Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) or a Master of Social Work (MSW)
You are able to develop rehabilitative program/treatment plans as well as conduct individual/group therapy and crisis intervention
You have knowledge of risk assessment tools and rehabilitative/treatment options in order to recommend appropriate classification placement
You have knowledge of community support services to assist inmates in formulating reintegration plans
You have a general understanding of the justice system in Ontario
You can understand, interpret, and apply relevant legislation such as the Ministry of Correctional Services Act, Social Work and Social Service Work Act, Personal Health Information Protection Act, etc., as well as acquire knowledge of, and apply, operational policies and procedures
Communication and Interpersonal Skills
You can liaise with clients, correctional staff, and community support services
You can provide individual counselling, evaluation, and assessment services to offenders with complex needs
You are able to connect and build rapport with a diverse client population with varied cultural, ethnic, and educational backgrounds
You have experience working within a multi-disciplinary setting, including community agencies
You have proven tact, discretion and sensitivity to discuss problems/options with offenders and maintain confidentiality
You have advanced written communication skills to prepare case notes, assessments, and progress and statistical reports
Analytical, Assessment, and Problem-Solving Skills
You can gather and compile data from multiple sources to identify inmate needs
You can develop/modify rehabilitative, treatment, and case management plans
You are able to assess inmates in crisis and apply appropriate therapeutic intervention
You can manage conflicting priorities, meet deadlines, and maintain adequate records
1 Temporary, duration up to 6 months, 181 Elm St, Sudbury, North Region, Vulnerable Sector Check, Credit History Check, Local Police Databases Search, PIP/NICHE/RMS
Compensation Group: Ontario Public Service Employees Union
Understanding the job ad – definitions
Category: Health and Social Services
Posted on: Tuesday, August 16, 2022
In accordance with the Ontario Public Service (OPS), Employment Screening Checks Policy (ESCP), the top candidate(s) may be required to undergo a security screening check. Refer to the above to determine the screening checks that are required for this position.
Required security screening checks along with your written consent, will be sent to the Transition and Security Office (TSO), Talent Development Branch, Talent and Leadership Division to evaluate the results. If applicable, the TSO, with your written consent, will request and obtain any additional employment screening checks that were not obtained directly by you.
A record under the Criminal Code and/or other federal offence record(s) does not automatically mean you will be ineligible for the position. The employment screening check(s) will only be reviewed and evaluated by the TSO for the purpose of making a security clearance decision. The details of an individual’s employment screening check(s) will be considered in specific relation to the duties and responsibilities of the position being filled. Employment screening check records will be maintained by the TSO and kept strictly confidential.
At this time, all employees working in congregate living settings are required to provide proof they are fully vaccinated, meaning they are fully vaccinated as defined by the Ministry of Health (refer to: COVID-19 Fully Vaccinated Status in Ontario), including 14 calendar days have passed since receiving their final dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Employees who do not provide proof of full vaccination will be deemed ‘not vaccinated’ under the Employer’s policy and will be required to attend a vaccine education program, as determined by the Employer. Employees who are not vaccinated under the policy with a valid medical exemption will not be required to attend a vaccine education program. All employees working in congregate living settings must undergo regular rapid antigen testing, regardless of vaccination status.