Justice Case Manager – Release from Custody


As a nation-wide organization, the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) promotes the mental health of all and supports the resilience and recovery of people experiencing mental illness. The CMHA accomplishes this mission through advocacy, education, research and service.

All employees must provide proof of full vaccination or valid medical exemption upon hire.

All Staff are Eligible for:

• Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan (HOOPP)
• Employee & Family Assistance Program
• Paid Holiday Float Day
• Professional Development Opportunities
Full-Time Permanent Staff Receive:
• 8 Paid Sick Days
• 2 Paid Personal Days
• 3 Weeks Vacation (to start)
• Benefit Package

Justice Case Manager – Release from Custody

Department: Clinical Services
Employment Status: Full-Time Permanent
Hours per Week: 35 hours per week
Work Location: 111 Elm Street Sudbury, ON
Union Membership: This position is unionized with OPSEU Local 666
Posting Deadline: June 10, 2022 at Noon
Under the direction of the Justice Coordinator, the Justice Case Manager acts as a support person for individuals living with a Mental Health Illness who are in conflict with the law by:
• providing case management rehabilitation & support to referred individuals with a Serious Mental Illness
• diverting individuals out of the justice system while performing the following functions:
o attending court, consultation to court and jail personnel
o developing support & diversion plans
o client & systems advocacy
o symptom management & fitness assessments
o supportive counselling, family/crisis support
o screening & education
o referrals to other community resources
For the complete job description(s) visit our website
• Completion of a Degree in a health or social services related discipline.
• Valid Ontario Driver’s License & access to a reliable vehicle
• Minimum 1 year experience working in the mental health field
• Minimum 1 year experience working with adult consumers of mental health, families and forensic system.
• Knowledge of Mental Health legislation, Occupational Act: Health & Safety, Ontario Human Rights Code, Criminal Code of Canada and of the court system, Child and Family legislation, Tenant Protection Act and Long Term Care Act.
• Fluency in English is essential
• Bilingual requirements will be posted in accordance with the FLS Designation Plan. Bilingualism is required for 40% of positions. If a position is designated bilingual and no bilingual candidates (both internal and external) meet the qualifications, unilingual candidates may be considered.
• Registration and/or Certificaton is required:
Option a) Registration, in good standing, with a regulating professional body (e.g. OCSWSSW), or working towards registration
Option b) Certification, in good standing, with a professional certifying organization* within health or social service fields (e.g. CPRRP from PSR Canada), or working towards certification.
*Organization must have a written code of ethics, core values and standards that are consistent with those of CMHA-S/M. Certification must require members to meet a core set of competencies, have a requirement for continuous learning to maintain certification and be approved by CMHA-S/M.

Salary information:
Hourly: Step 2: $25.74 – Step 5: $30.28
Annually: Step 2: $46,845.16 – Step 5 $55,111.95

Please submit your cover letter and resume to: [email protected]
CMHA-S/M is an equal opportunity employer. CMHA-S/M follows AODA legislation and supports persons with disabilities with accommodations. Please notify us if you have any accessibility requirements.

Personal information submitted will be used for the purpose of determining suitability for this/these positions only.

All applicants are thanked for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

We do not make assumptions about people’s pronouns and identity and are committed to creating an environment where it is safe to share and ask.

Confined Space Rescuers & Attendants

Total Personnel Solutions

We’re hiring Confined Space Rescuers and Attendants for various contracts and clients. Full-time/ Part-time work hours.

Job requirements

Languages English

Education Secondary (high) school graduation certificate

Experience No experience

Own Tools/Equipment Steel-toed safety boots; Gloves

Transportation/Travel Information Valid driver’s licence

Personal Suitability Reliability

How to apply

Intended job posting audience Anyone who can legally work in Canada can apply for this job. If you are not currently authorized to work in Canada, the employer will not consider your job application.

Board of Directors

CAA North & East Ontario

CAA North & East Ontario is presently seeking a volunteer to join our board of directors. We are seeking an applicant who is creative and has a diverse experience that will provide innovative ideas to the team.

This position is open to all Primary Members of CAA North & East Ontario over the age of 18 residing in the cities of North Bay, Ottawa, Sudbury & Thunder Bay; the districts of Cochrane, Manitoulin, Nipissing, Parry Sound, Rainy River, Timiskaming & Kenora; and the Counties of: Dundas, Glengarry, Grenville, Lanark, Prescott, Renfrew, Russell and Stormont.

Collective Board Skills and Experience
Each Director brings unique skills and experience to the Board. In selecting new members, attention will be given to ensuring that the collective mix of skills and experience supports the Board’s ability to add strategic value to CAA North & East Ontario.

Collectively, Board members should:
Provide credible stakeholder perspectives
Provide strong participation that strives for excellence and supports consensus building
Be strategic thinkers who take a governance-focused approach to Board responsibilities
Demonstrate a willingness to support CAA North & East Ontario’s vision.
The Board is committed to seeking a skilled and diverse membership reflective of Canadian society. As a result, it promotes gender, cultural and ethnic diversity and encourages candidates to indicate voluntarily on their application if they are a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group. Multilingual skills are viewed as an asset. The Board also actively encourages applications from those members who reside in any one of the many smaller municipalities in the CAA-NEO region.

Individual Knowledge and Experience

To foster its ability to provide strategic direction and fulfill its oversight responsibilities, the collective Board should include members with knowledge of and experience in the following areas:

Board governance
Financial management and analysis
Travel industry
Insurance industry
Automotive industry
Financial/Banking industry
Information technology sector and/or software licensing and sales
Business development and operation of growth businesses
Risk management and analysis
Public policy and regulatory environments
Marketing / public relations / communications
Digital media, advertising and brand management
Building partnerships and strategic alliances

Term of Office:
The term of office of the Director, who is elected, will be for three (3) years commencing at the Annual General meeting held in January of each year.

The CAA North & East Ontario Board is comprised of ten (10) individuals and meets approximately once every two months and each Director sits on a minimum of one (1) Board committee with some exceptions. The committees meet approximately every two months and could meet more often if required. All Directors must not miss more than three (3) consecutively duly called meetings of the Board without proper and sufficient excuse filed with the Secretary. Candidates should be aware that periodic travel within Ontario and North America is required.

Please submit your application through this link: https://caaneo.formstack.com/forms/board_of_director

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