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Working at Sound Times Support Services is important. 

We are a Consumer Survivor Initiative; all agency services are provided by individuals who use or have used the mental health system.

Sound Times is funded by the Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network (TC-LHIN) to provide Consumer/Survivors of the mental health system with case management and addiction services, mental health and justice advocacy, and social supports in addition to educational and recreational opportunities.

 

ROLLING APPLICATIONS

Sound Times seeks Community Service Interns

Multiple Positions Available - Applications accepted throughout the year.

One Year Paid Internship, with shifts each day Monday through Friday

Afternoon and Evening Shifts Required
Location: 280 Parliament Street, Toronto
2340 Dundas Street West, Toronto

Sound Times is funded by the Toronto Central LHIN to provide individual supports, social support, educational, occupational and recreational opportunities, as well as advocating for members to get connected to community resources. As a peer initiative, all services are provided by individuals who use, or have used, the mental health system.

We are expanding our staff group to include Consumer/Survivors committed to completing a year-long intensive internship. The goal of this internship is to acquire the skills, education and understanding necessary to seek employment with organizations affirming the value of lived experience for frontline social service work.

There is no minimum education requirement to apply, though the training will involve workshops and in-house classroom learning with assigned reading.

Candidates interested in applying should submit a resume (if available) to hiring@soundtimes.com. Applicants lacking a resume should apply by means of a written submission outlining why they are a good candidate for this opportunity. Deadline for applications - Applications accepted throughout the year.

Not all applicants will be selected for interview.

Rolling Applications

CSI is not just for Crime Scene Investigations

We are looking for commitment and a willingness to learn.

Our CSIs have gone on to work in youth, mental health agencies, shelters, and other organizations.

Apply by sending a resume or letter of interest to hiring@soundtimes.com or dropping by Sound Times at 280 Parliament Street.

NOT AVAILABLE NOW

Currently Not Community Service Worker – Case Management

Full Time – Permanent Position Available   Please read below before submitting your resume.   Sound Times is expanding our case management team again this year.  

 
We are a Consumer Survivor Initiative; all agency services are provided by individuals who use or have used the mental health system.  
 
Sound Times is funded by the Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network (TC-LHIN) to provide Consumer/Survivors of the mental health system with case management and addiction services, mental health and justice advocacy, and social supports in addition to educational and recreational opportunities.  
 
The successful candidate will be responsible for providing individual supports for clients seeking help navigating community resources, and accessing mental health and addiction services.  
 

Duties will include:

  • Utilizing assessment tools such as the Ontario Common Assessment of Needs (OCAN) to identify client issues.
  • Developing and coordinating service plans based upon unmet needs identified at assessment/intake, and guided by the expressed direction of our clients.
  • Producing effective client outcomes by employing “peer-driven” approaches to client engagement.
  • Providing crisis prevention and intervention as part of service planning to prevent relapse/unnecessary psychiatric hospitalization/avoidable incarceration.

  Qualifications:

  • A Bachelors-level degree in a regulated health profession and/or a health-related field preferred.
  • Minimum Social Service Worker (SSW) diploma.
  • People with non-social service degrees are also encouraged to apply. Emphasis is placed on “lived experience” of the Mental Health, Addictions and Justice systems.
  • First Nations, visible minorities and other marginalized and historically dis-advantaged populations are strongly encouraged to apply.

  Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls or emails please!   Please apply using the current Charity Village posting ONLY.   Salary: Competitive salary and benefits.   Closing date for applications June 15, 2018.  

 

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