At the Global Gathering Place, our staff is dedicated to collaboration, adaptability, and client-centred service. Beyond competitive pay and benefits, GGP employees enjoy incredibly meaningful work and frequent inspiration from fellow staff, volunteers, and clients. Below are our open roles and how to apply.
Job Opening: Case Coordinator
The Case Coordinator welcomes newly arrived immigrants and refugees by providing ongoing assessments, group and individual health orientation and information sessions, and referral services, with the goal of helping them through the initial stages of settlement and integration.
Working collaboratively with providers and the community, the primary responsibility of the Case Coordinator will be to provide assertive outreach case management services in a variety of community settings to clients whose needs are assessed at tier 2-4. Such clients may be facing an acute crisis and/or have multiple barriers to settlement that are likely to persist long-term.
This role requires an individual with a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work and a registered Member of the Saskatchewan Association of Social Workers, as well as a minimum of one year of supervised clinical counselling experience working with individuals, families and groups, preferably in a mental health and addictions program or family services setting.
If this role sounds like a good fit, please email your resume, cover letter, and salary expectations to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Job Opening: Outreach Coordinator
The Outreach Coordinator will work directly with newcomers who have been identified as vulnerable and who face intersecting barriers to integration. Barriers include low levels of literacy, lack of formal education, low English language abilities, limited coping skills, minimal or no urban living experience, trauma, isolation, mental and physical health challenges, and more. These high-needs families and individuals will require intensive support, frequent touchpoints (weekly or more often), and service flexibility.
The Outreach Coordinator will provide one-on-one and group counselling and using a strengths-based approach, will work with these individuals and their families to develop a plan and implementation strategy to support them while they work towards achieving their goals. The Outreach Coordinator will also travel to client’s homes and other community locations to provide supports; identify clients’ short and long term goals; document each client session and prepare progress reports and monthly reports; and develop relationships and partnerships with community agencies.
This position will require an individual with a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work and a registered Member of the Saskatchewan Association of Social Workers. This individual will be able to provide mental health counselling, conduct assessments, as well as arrange, coordinate, monitor, evaluate, and advocate for appropriate services to meet the specific complex needs of clients and their families. Typical hours are Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm; however, evenings and weekends may be required to provide necessary supports for clients.
If this sounds like the position for you, please send your cover letter, resume, and salary expectations to email@example.com.
Job Opening: Interpreters (Casual)
We regularly seek Saho, Tigrinya or Oromo Interpreters for casual employment. If you have strong English skills (CLB 6 or better), and you’re interested in working as an interpreter, call Joyce at 306-665-0268.