The Together Against Violence Team at Community Services provides programs that support people whose lives have been impacted by violence and trauma. Programs provide crisis intervention, shelter, counselling, advocacy and non-judgmental emotional and practical support.
What does it take to be the Lead Counsellor in the Women’s Counselling Program? You have a belief in the resiliency of women and must have experience counselling women individually and in groups with a feminist informed understanding of gender based violence.
If you are passionate and dedicated with a post-secondary degree in counselling or psychology plus four years’ experience of trauma informed practice and counselling in the field of violence against women please review the full job description on our website and consider applying for this exciting opportunity.
Why work for Community Services? Along with competitive salaries, benefits and opportunity for professional growth, we truly make a difference in our community.
A full job description including qualifications is on our website, http://www.sccss.ca/about/careers.
Please submit your resume and cover letter to the email provided by Noon, Tuesday, June 25th 2019 indicating which position you are applying for in the subject line.
We thank all candidates for their interest, however only those invited for interviews will be contacted.
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