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Social Worker - Age–Wise Solutions Inc
We are currently looking for a Social Worker for 3 days a week (or two positons at 1.5 days a week) for long-term care centres located in the Cornwall, Hawkesbury and Ontario area.
For more information, please click here.
Assistant or Associate Professor of Social Work Couple and Family Therapy
The School of Social Work of McGill University invites applications for a full-time tenure-track position, beginning January 2015. The ideal candidate will demonstrate a passion and talent in excellent clinical practice and will have established a promising program of research and scholarship in the field of couple and family therapy.
Review of applications will begin on September 30, 2014 and will continue until a suitable candidate is found. For more information, please click here.
Research Assistant (EDP) - Douglas University Institute
The Eating Disorders Program is presently seeking to fill full or part time positions for research assistants (available during 2014/2015).
For more information, please click here.
Assistant/Associate Dean for Academic and Student Affairs - University of South Carolina
The College of Social Work at the University of South Carolina invites applications and nominations for the position of Associate or Assistant Dean for Academic and Student Affairs. The position is open rank, commensurate with candidate’s qualifications. Responsibilities include academic administrative leadership for the BSW, MSW and Doctoral Programs. For more information, please click here.
Youth Coordinator - Living Together
Living Together / Vivre Ensemble is a unique program based out of the International Community Action Network (ICAN) at McGill: http://www.mcgill.ca/ican/
Deadline for application: ASAP!
Please send a cover letter, CV, and 2 references to: amanda [at] amandatetrault [dot] com / amanda [dot] tetrault [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca
Interviews are being conducted between August 4th and 8th.
The person we are looking for:
-A self -motivated, organized and personable individual
-An interest/experience in the arts, and/or community and group work
-Experience working with teens an asset
-Familiarity and cultural sensitivity to either the Jewish or Muslim/Arab communities
-Bilingual candidates will be prioritized
-While graduates will be prioritized, current McGill Social Work students will also be considered
What you will do:
• Recruiting candidates in schools around Montreal
• Animating weekly sessions with youth
• You and your fellow youth coordinator maintaing contact/connection with the youth participants and their families
• Updating our blog, and writing weekly notes about the sessions
• Working closely with the Director on all aspects of programming
Hours per week: 10 to 15
(Some weeks may go up to 20 hours if we hold a Sunday Afternoon session)
Pay per hour: $17.00
Start date: End of August 2014 (25th)
Project length: 5 Months (extendable)
Volunteers for Saint Columba House
Saint Columba House is looking for volunteers to do one-on-one tutoring and mentoring with at-risk youth as part of two community programs (one for teens and one for children) in Pointe St. Charles starting in mid-September. For further information, please click on links Volunteer
If you are interested in knowing more about Saint Columbia House and other programs it offers, please visit the website: www.saintcolumbahouse.org.
Projects Abroad Canada
L'Ancien Pensionnat Cote-St-Paul
L'Ancien Pensionnat Cote-St-Paul is a residence for seniors who are semi-autonomous. We are located on a bus line (37) and not far from Jolicour metro. We are looking for volunteers to do the following: friendly visiting with our residents, assisting with group activities, taking someone out for a walk or coffee. Many of our residents do not have family nearby and can't venture out on their own. If you have time to spare and are interested in making a difference in someone's life, please contact Suzanne Charbonneau at 514- 903-1734 ext 227.
Volunteers for Ecological & Humanitarian Projects
Volunteers For Ecological & Humanitarian Projects are happy to present two volunteer projects that are suitable for students, faculty, and staff of Social Work. For further details, please click here.
The CLSC René-Cassin, located in Cote St. Luc and serving clients in Cote St. Luc, Hampstead and Snowdon West, is looking for volunteer animators for its Drop-In Centre, a community resource geared toward clients who have experienced a loss of autonomy related to a cognitive or physical disability. The centre also provides respite for those who care for family members at home. Animators organize activities and care for clients.
The CLSC also needs volunteers to visit the elderly. Some of our clients need help with grocery shopping, while others simply need you to help break their isolation. You need to give only one hour a week to help someone who desparately needs it.
If you'd like to volunteer, call 514-488-3673 ext. 1351 and get involved. You'll be glad you did.
Center for Learning and Performance - Undergraduate Research Interns
Have you ever wondered what it takes to do a PhD? Curious about what the daily life of a researcher? Can you present complex theoretical ideas with precision, clarity and intrigue? If so, your intellect and quick fingers are requested in the role of an assistant and typist for PhD researcher with the Center for Learning and Performance (with a fully funded doctoral researcher in the Learning Sciences). We're currently looking to fill several internship positions (typist and reader, admin assistant, research assistant). An honorarium will be awarded for your participation (the amount is calculated via your weekly involvement with the lab). Please email Evgeniya Makarova at evgeniya [dot] makarova [at] mail [dot] mcgill [dot] ca for complete details.
Green Corps - The Field School for Environmental Organizing
Green Corps is offering a year-long paid program for college graduates who are ready to take on the biggest environmental challenges of our day. In the program, you’ll get intensive training in the skills you’ll need to make a difference in the world. You’ll get hands-on experience fighting to solve urgent environmental problems such as global warming, deforestation, water pollution and factory farming, etc. And, upon your graduation, Green Corps will help you find a career with one of the nation’s leading environmental and social change groups. For more information, please click here or visit Green Corps’ web site.