Program Float Coordinator – Community and Transitional Housing Program
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Position Title: Program Float Coordinator – Community and Transitional Housing Programs
Job Type: Full-Time
Hours of Work: 35 hours per week with flexibility;Tuesday to Thursday: 9 am to 4 pm; Friday & Saturday – 11am to 7 pm
Position Overview: Reporting to the Senior Team Lead, the Float Coordinator is responsible for supporting clients and staff by working in the Supportive Living group homes, Miner program coverage, as well as possible coverage in Street Outreach Stabilization (SOS) and Apartment Programs when required.
The Float Coordinator: responsible for covering and supporting the homes during peak client activity hour. This will support staff with the increase in client acuity. The Float will also cross over into other AHS programs, specifically when coverage is required. This role delivers an excellence in standard of care while providing positive, compassionate service and problem-solving skills to help assist clients’ needs.
This position will float from home-to-home based on the needs of the programs and the acuity of the clients.
You have worked in the mental health field for over five (5) years and have a deep commitment to and understanding of the recovery model. You demonstrate deep respect not only for clients but for the teams you support, your peers and community partners.
Client Service Responsibilities:
Skills & Personal Attributes:
Qualified applicants should click on Apply Now link below this posting to complete the Application Online Form along with uploading your cover letter and your resume to Human Resources Calgary at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your interest. While we appreciate all the submitted applications, we will only contact the candidates considered for this position.
There is no official close date for this position. We will post this position until suitable candidate is selected.
** Successful applicants will be required to provide proof of education credentials upon hire and complete a criminal record check. **
Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) – Calgary Region is part of Canada’s most established national mental health organizations. CMHA facilitates access to resources people require to maintain and improve mental health and community integration, build resilience and support recovery from mental illness and addiction.
In return for your commitment: CMHA offers their employees a competitive salary, work/life balance, career planning as well as professional development opportunities. Come and work with other amazing individuals that are as committed to helping, learning and growing as you are!