|Organization Name||Job Categories||Position Type||Region and Location(s)||Career Level||Salary||Ad Online Since||Application Deadline|
|Central Toronto Youth Services||Full Time||Experienced (Non-manager)||N/A||2019-07-11||2019-07-26|
Central Toronto Youth Services – New Outlook
Day Program Counsellor
(Permanent Full Time, Bargaining Unit; Program Counsellor Classification)
Central Toronto Youth Services is a community-based mental health centre committed to serving young people who experience difficulties mastering both the developmental and transitional tasks of adolescence and young adulthood. CTYS develops and provides innovative services to young people and their families through direct clinical service, prevention, programming, advocacy and research.
The New Outlook Day Treatment Program is a structured academic/treatment program run in partnership with TDSB, for youth diagnosed with serious mental health challenges. The program uses an integrated model that focuses on academic preparation, life and social skills. The purpose of the program is to support transition, psycho-social rehabilitation, instill hope and improve mental health and recovery for school aged youth 14-21 and transitional aged youth 21-24. This position would require an individual available to work Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm in accordance with The TDSB section programs academic calendar (September-August).
Start Date: August 26/2019 Salary Range: $50,171.80 - $59,907.77
Please submit a letter of application with resume by Thursday, July 26/ 2019.
We thank all applicants; however, only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. CTYS welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection and hiring process. As employers we are committed to building organizations that reflect the diversity of our clients and the communities we serve. We encourage applications from racialized, queer and trans people, and those with lived experiences with mental health challenges.