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Mental Health Worker – Mandarin Speaking, Full time one year contract

 

Posting Date: June 18, 2021

Closing Date: until position is filled

Hong Fook Mental Health Association is a community-based organization serving the Greater Toronto Area. We provide leadership in promoting the mental health of people in the Cambodian, Chinese, Korean and Vietnamese communities. The Association helps people keep mentally healthy and manage mental illness. We achieve our mission through service, education, advocacy and research in a supportive environment.

Our service framework is based on a Whole Person, and is built on the core values of Equity, Diversity, Cultural Competence, Empowerment, Capacity Building, Community Participation, Peer Support and Recovery-focused.

 

Position Title: Mental Health Worker – Mandarin Speaking, Full time one year contract

 We are seeking a Mental Health Worker who enjoys working in a team environment serving clients with severe and persistent mental illness from the Mandarin speaking communities.

 

Major Job Responsibilities:

  •  Support clients’ recovery through the provision of intensive case management services including: client-centred assessments, treatment, rehabilitation and support services; and working with families to promote mutual support, capacity building and
  • Perform central intake functions including screening calls and other forms of referrals and determines whether the client meets eligibility criteria; performing assessments on the need for services and facilitates access to the appropriate
  • Facilitate linkages between clients and community resources and collaborating with appropriate service providers or community organizations.
  • Identify issues and provide advice, consultation, support and information to consumers, their families, service providers and the community on mental health and related
  • Address barriers that impact on the Asian communities’ ability to access mental health services.
  • Participate in providing education to community service providers and other stakeholders regarding culturally responsive
  • Maintain effective and timely documentation of client

 

Employment Terms:

  •  Full time, one year contract, working 37.5 hours per week
  • Office work and community settings, which include meetings at clients’ homes and travel with clients
  • Flexible schedule, including some evenings and weekends

 

Skills & Qualifications:

  •  Social Work degree or
  • Current registration with OCSWSSW or is eligible for the OCSWSSW
  • At least 2 years of case management experience and/or front-line experience with vulnerable
  • Sound clinical skills, including assessment, intervention, advocacy, psycho-education, supportive counseling, and life skills
  • Sound group work and community work
  • An understanding of the psychosocial rehabilitation model.
  • Knowledge of mental illness, medications and ability to assist clients with symptom management.
  • Knowledge of community resources and
  • Excellent communication
  • Professionalism and strong team
  • Demonstrated organizational and problem solving
  • Proficiency in English and Mandarin is a must.
  • Competence in relevant computer applications particularly Microsoft
  • A valid Canadian driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle is a
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a multi-cultural
  • A satisfactory result of Vulnerable Sector Police Record Check is a requirement of this position.

 

Qualified applicants may apply with a resume and cover letter to jobs@hongfook.ca

 We are an inclusive employer. If contacted for an interview, please let us know if you have any needs.

We thank all candidates for your interest; however, only those candidates chosen for an interview will be contacted.

No telephone calls please.

 

Data Management Coordinator (Part-time 0.6 FTE/Fixed Term contract: 18 months)

 

Posting Date: Sept 10, 2021

Closing Date: until position is filled

 

Job Title:            Data Management Coordinator

(Part-time 0.6 FTE/Fixed Term contract: 18 months)

Division:             Clinical Practice and Quality

Reports To:        Director, Clinical Practice and Quality

Date:                   September 9, 2021

 

Job Summary:

As a key member of the Association’s Clinical Practice and Quality Team, Data Management Coordinator is responsible for the development and support of the Client Services Database; the management of the software maintenance; the provision of training, consultation, and recommendations about future planning and development  of  resources  so  as to  ensure  the  high quality  and effective  delivery of services. This position will provide the data administrative support for Hong Fook Mental Health Association (“The Association”), and Hong Fook Mental Health Foundation (“The Foundation”)

 

The Data Management Coordinator reports to the Director, Clinical Practice and Quality and is responsible for data base services support, some of them are highly confidential in nature, including duties associated with client data management, access, consent and sharing. This position is responsible for the full access of the client services database for two organizations - the Association, the Foundation. This includes ensuring all month-end and year-end duties are performed and the data reports are produced timely for review and internal audit by the Director of Clinical Practice.

 

The role of Data Management Coordinator is also to assist the Director of Clinical Practice and Quality in Client Services Database vendor selection, planning and monitoring quality assurance.  This position will be  responsible  for  all  regular  and  one-time  programs  reporting  and  analysis;  and  monitoring  and ensuring compliance with funders’ service targets as well as programs’ strategies for the two organizations.

 

Job Responsibilities:

  • Research current and potential Client Data Base and provide recommendation to the supervisor
  • Develop, design, modify, maintain and generate monthly, quarterly and year-end reports, utilizing various software tools to support management decision-making.
  • Monitor data on a continuous basis for accuracy and quality, analyze and interpret reports required by management as well as funders
  • Responsible for the daily operation of the Client Database, include regular maintenance and clean up
  • Develop and implement policies and procedures for electronic data processing and data systems operations and development
  • Train staff on Client Services Database and privacy
  • Monitor security of all client services database
  • Responsible for the Risk Management report, such as Quarterly Client Safety report
  • Act as the Client File privacy officer
  • Conduct privacy audit and advise staff of security breach, if any
  • Back up for IT Administrator

 

Working Conditions:

  • Part-time (0.6 FTE)
  • Work from the multiple Hong Fook locations

 

Skills & Qualifications:

  • Undergraduate degree in relevant discipline and/or equivalent experience.
  • Minimum of 3 years related work experience
  • Knowledge of different types of clients’ health service database e.g. CRMS, etc.
  • Effective verbal, presentation and listening communications skills
  • Detail-orientated and ability to multitask
  • Stress and time management skills
  • Experience in working with non-profit and health care sector is preferred
  • Proficiency in the use of computers and various database programs including Data Miner, Cognos BI, Power BI and Hummingbird BI software.

 

Physical Demands

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by the employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the essential duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit and talk and hear. The employee is required to type on a keyboard and use a mouse. The employee is often required to stand, walk, and reach with hands and arms.

The employee is required to walk up two sets of stairs. At times, the employee may be required to lift and carry approximately 1-7 lbs. of materials. The employee is occasionally required to do heavy lifting.

 

Work Environment

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this job. The noise level of the work environment is usually low.

Qualified applicants may apply with a resume and cover letter to  jobs@hongfook.ca

We are an inclusive employer.  If contacted for an interview, please let us know if you have any needs.

We thank all candidates for your interest; however, only those candidates chosen for an interview will be contacted. No telephone calls please.

 

Office Assistant – Full-time Permanent Position

 

Posting Date: Sept 3, 2021

Closing Date: until position is filled

Hong Fook Mental Health Association is a community-based organization serving the Greater Toronto Area. We provide leadership in promoting the mental health of people in the Cambodian, Chinese, Korean and Vietnamese communities. The Association helps people keep mentally healthy and manage mental illness. We achieve our mission through service, education, advocacy and research in a supportive environment.

Our service framework is based on a Whole Person, and is built on the core values of Equity, Diversity, Cultural Competence, Empowerment, Capacity Building, Community Participation, Self Help and Mutual Support.

 

Position: Office Assistant – Full-time Permanent Position

 As a member of the Association’s Administrative Team, the Office Assistant is a full-time permanent position which is responsible for providing administrative support duties associated with the day-to-day operations of the offices, in a manner that promotes and maintains good public relations with clients, the general public, staff and Associates. This position reports to the Lead, Administrative Services.

 

Major Job Responsibilities:

 

Administrative Duties

  • Provides coverage for reception/front desk;
  • Provides general office and clerical support in North York and occasionally in Downtown and Scarborough offices;
  • Provides support for HR and other Association’s meetings (i.e. documentation for agenda, minutes preparation, schedule meetings and logistics, etc.);
  • Operates a variety of office equipment such as copiers, printers, projectors, TV, microphone, personal computers and fax machine and ensure all equipment are in working conditions;
  • Maintains adequate inventory of office supplies and other program related supplies;
  • Collects fees and issues receipts from other staff members for programs and special events;
  • Organizes and maintains office keys;
  • Supports management to prepare expense claims;
  • Develops and updates information on bulletin

 

Fundraising and Event Assistance

  • Supports the Manager, Programs and Resources Advancement and works with the Foundation’s Resource Development committee to plan and organize the annual fundraising campaigns;
  • Liaises with different volunteer task teams to ensure the smooth operation and production during the campaign and/or on event day;
  • Provides administrative support to the Resource Development Committee and other fundraising

 

Volunteer Coordination

  • Coordinates annual agency volunteer drive, works with staff to recruit and orientate agency’s volunteers, responds to ongoing volunteer inquiry and coordinates volunteer recognition;
  • Manages volunteer database, tracking volunteer hours and updating volunteers’ contact information;
  • Assists with the revision of our volunteer policy, procedures and

 

Direct Service – Data Entry Assistance

  • Responsible for entering data into data base regularly and timely

 

Office Maintenance - Health & Safety

  • Works closely with the Health & Safety Committee on keeping of fire and crisis drill records;
  • Works closely with Lead, Administrative Services on security alarm and general office maintenance;
  • Works closely with property management to report and to resolve any facility maintenance issues;
  • Oversees general office cleaning and purchase supplies if necessary;
  • Ensures all IPAC protocols and screening are being

 

Other

  • Attends trainings, meetings and regular supervision meetings;
  • Performs other related duties as required.

 

Working Conditions:

  • Full-time (37.5 hours per week)
  • Primary working location: North York Office (occasionally in Downtown and Scarborough)
  • Flexible schedule, including some evenings and weekends

 

Education and Experience

  • Post secondary education.
  • Experience in data
  • Previous experience with administrative duties in an office setting

 

Skills and Qualifications:

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal
  • Openness and willingness to learn about mental
  • Proficiency in English and a second language (eg. Chinese-Cantonese/Mandarin, Cambodian, Korean, Vietnamese)
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Words, Excel, and Power
  • Strong communication skills and ability to work on a team and independently
  • Excellent problem-solving and organizational skills and ability to be flexible
  • Attention to details
  • Ability to deal with service users in a professional courteous way
  • Some experience in positive conflict resolution preferred
  • Knowledge of recovery, peer support movements and Peer Positive Initiative is an asset
  • Knowledge and skills in providing support from an anti-racist, anti-oppression framework
  • A satisfactory Vulnerable Sector Screening is a requirement of this

 

Qualified applicants may apply with a resume and cover letter to jobs@hongfook.ca

 We are an inclusive employer. If contacted for an interview, please let us know if you have any needs.

We thank all candidates for your interest; however, only those candidates chosen for an interview will be contacted. No telephone calls please.

 

Manager, Human Resources and Administrative Services – Full Time and Permanent Position

 

Posting Date: June 18, 2021

Closing Date: Until position is filled

 

Hong Fook Mental Health Association is a community-based organization serving the Greater Toronto Area. We provide leadership in promoting the mental health of people in the Cambodian, Chinese, Korean and Vietnamese communities. The Association helps people keep mentally healthy and manage mental illness. We achieve our mission through service, education, advocacy and research in a supportive environment.

Our service framework is based on a Whole Person, and is built on the core values of Equity, Diversity, Cultural Competence, Empowerment, Capacity Building, Community Participation, Peer Support and Recovery-focused.

 

Position: Manager, Human Resources and Administrative Services – Full Time and Permanent Position

JOB SUMMARY:

  1. The position reports to the Executive Director and will play a critical role in the collaborative development and implementation of human resources, administrative services, facility development, risk management, business continuity and accreditation strategy of the Association and the Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinic
  2. The position will support the organization’s mission, vision, and values through strong leadership
  3. This position performs the role as the privacy officer of the Association.
  4. This position will be an advisor to the other managers, evaluating and assisting them with their HR, Health and Safety and Risk Management plans and ensuring alignment with strategic and operational planning.
  5. This position is a key contributor to organizational leadership as a member of the management team and will be required to demonstrate proven ability to grow an organization as well as ability to acquire new funding and develop new opportunities.
  6. This position is responsible for the recruiting, selecting, orientating, ongoing development, performance management and promotion or dismissal of staff within the department

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Provides leadership to the organization’s administrative staff management, human resources and labour relations management, Health and Safety and Risk Management, emergency preparedness, performance management and the Association operations.
  2. Strategizes in collaboration with the management team to ensure that all HR and related policies, procedures and practices are implemented, meeting all legislative requirements and the needs of the Association and the Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinic
  3. Develops and implement Human Resources and Administration, Property and Facilities policies and processes to ensure support strategies and adherence with legislation
  4. Provides support for the preparations of financial reports and statements and reviews them as appropriate to identify issues and trends
  5. Overseas the human resources management for effective operations and program efficiency; manage the organization’s funded projects, partnership and service agreements; manage relationships with external contractors and suppliers
  6. Identifies and brings forward to the management team human resources and administrative issues as appropriate and provides recommendations for action; participates in problem-solving, brainstorming and bringing forward proposed solutions to a range of issues
  7. Researches alternative funding sources and prepares funding proposals, in collaboration with the management team and members of the Finance, Human Resources and IT Committee and private consultants, that are tied to achievement of the organization’s vision and mission, and that promote its values and empowerment/recovery principles
  8. Builds positive relationships with the Ontario Health and various government ministries, United Way and other funders to advance the organization’s vision, mission and values
  9. Ensures effective monitoring and evaluation strategies are in place to promote a continuous quality improvement culture;
  10. Directs a learning culture and environment; develops and supports innovative programs
  11. Provides well developed reports and documents for the Executive Director and Board as required for effective evidence-based decision-making
  12. Takes the co-leadership role in organizational planning in preparation for accreditation processes
  13. Takes the leadership role in developing annual staff training plan and oversee implementation
  14. Performs other duties as assigned by the Executive Director

 

SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS:

Education

  • Professional human resources designation, CHRP preferred

Experience

  1. Minimum five years progressed experience, including leadership and strategic experience, in human resources and administration. Related experience in property and facilities management
  2. Proven experience in performance management systems, accreditation processes and quality management
  3. Work experience in community health or mental health environment or not-for-profit sector an asset
  4. Experience working with a Board and in community relations
  5. Experience in strategic planning, policy development and issues management

Knowledge

  1. Knowledge of organizational development and ability to manage change processes
  2. Advanced knowledge of a range of financial software applications (e.g. GP Dynamics, Quadrant HRIS)
  3. Knowledge and proficiency with financial and human resource management skills
  4. Demonstrated knowledge and proficiency in planning, evaluation and quality monitoring systems.
  5. Knowledge of the Employment Standards Act, Privacy Act, Mental Health Act, the Substitute Decisions Act, the Health Care Consent Act, the Ontario Human Rights Code and/or other relevant legislation.
  6. Knowledge of community based mental health care, social determinants of health, public policy within the mental health sector, current issues and resources is preferred
  7. Knowledge of and sensitivity to issues of gender, race, sexual orientation and multi-cultural issues is required

Skills

  1. An innovative thinker with entrepreneurial ambitions
  2. Proposal writing skills
  3. Well-developed leadership skills
  4. Highly developed organizational skills
  5. Excellent decision making, problem solving, conflict management and time management skills
  6. Excellent oral and written communication skills
  7. Excellent interpersonal skills including flexibility and a positive attitude
  8. Candidates with a proficiency in English and one of the East and Southeast Asian communities (Cambodian, Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese) languages are strongly encouraged to apply

WORK HOURS

  • Must be willing and able to work flexible hours, evenings and weekend as needed.
  • Access to a vehicle and valid driver’s license is required
  • Salary is commensurate with experience

 

As an employer, Hong Fook Mental Health Association is dedicated to building an organization that reflects the diversity of our clients and the communities we serve. This includes diversity in languages spoken, culture, race, sexual orientation and gender identity. Requests for accommodation due to disability can be made at any stage in the recruitment process.

Qualified applicants may apply with a resume and cover letter

to jobs@hongfook.ca or by fax at 416-493-2214

We thank all candidates for your interest; however, only those

Candidates chosen for an interview will be contacted.

No telephone calls please.

 

Senior Accounting Analyst – Full-time Permanent Position

 

Posting Date: August 23, 2021

Closing Date: Until position is filled

Established in 1982, Hong Fook Mental Health Association is the leading ethno-cultural community mental health agency with a consolidated culturally competent team serving Asian and other communities in the Greater Toronto Area. Hong Fook provides a continuum of mental health services covering the spectrum from ‘promoting wellness’ to ‘managing illness’ in Cambodian, Chinese (Cantonese and Mandarin), Korean, Vietnamese and English.

Hong Fook Mental Health Association is dedicated to improving the lives of Asian and other communities by offering a variety of programs and services, such as clinical services, family support program, community program, recovery program, youth and family service, training program, partnership with the Asian Community Psychiatric Clinic, Community Paramedic-Led Clinic, and more.

 

Position: Senior Accounting Analyst – Full-time Permanent Position

 As a key member of the Association’s Administration and Finance Team, Senior Accounting Analyst is responsible for the financial management and accounting practices of the Association’s operations, ensuring high quality and effective delivery of services. This includes accounting and back office support for Hong Fook Mental Health Association (“The Association”), Hong Fook Mental Health Foundation (“The Foundation”) and HF Connecting Health Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinic (“The Clinic”).

Senior Accounting Analyst reports to the Finance Manager and is responsible for the accounting services support, some of them highly confidential in nature, including duties associated with human resources management, payroll and finance. This position is responsible for the full-cycle accounting process for three organizations - the Association, the Foundation and the Clinic. This includes ensuring all month- end and year-end duties are performed and financial statements are produced timely for review and internal audit by the Finance Manager.

Senior Accounting Analyst is also to assist the Finance Manager in budget planning and monitoring quality assurance, assist Finance Manager to prepare government grant reports, ensure compliance with relevant legislation as well as employment and financial strategies for the three organizations. Senior Accounting Analyst will also be responsible for the supervision of all front-line staff in the finance team.

 

Major Responsibilities

Financial Reporting and Accounting

    1. Develop and maintain timely and accurate financial statements and reports that are appropriate for the users and in accordance with Accounting Standards for Not-for-Profit Organizations (ASNPO, formerly GAAP)
    2. Assist to develop, implement, and ensure compliance with internal financial and accounting policies and procedures
    3. Ensure that all statutory requirements of the organization are met including Charitable Status, Withholding Payments (CPP, EI), Income Tax, Goods and Services Tax, Employer Health Tax
    4. Document and maintain complete and accurate supporting information for all financial transactions
    5. Maintain financial accounting systems for cash, accounts payable, accounts receivable and general ledger
    6. Perform the reconciliations of bank, investment and credit card accounts
    7. Prepare monthly and quarterly financial statements for management and board meetings
    8. Manage the acquisition of capital assets in accordance with the Boarder Public Sector Procurement Directive and ensure that assets are properly recorded, amortized and disposed of as appropriate
    9. Liaise with the external auditors as required for the audit

 

Funding reports

  1. Ensure that accurate and timely financial statements and budgets are prepared in accordance with contract agreements with all
  2. Liaise with funders and ensure all financial inquiries are answered in a timely manner
  3. Oversee the financial matters and fundraising events of the Foundation (e.g. reconcile fundraising activities)

Budget preparation

  1. Assist Finance Manager to prepare budgets, ensure budgets align with strategic and operational plans, and ensure submission deadlines are met
  2. Establish guidelines for budget and forecast preparation, and prepare the annual budget in consultation with the Finance Manager

Financial risk management

  1. Monitor financial management policies and procedures to ensure that program and organizational risks are minimized
  2. Assist to develop and implement policies and procedures to ensure that personnel and financial information is secure and stored in compliance with current legislation
  3. Assist for the design and operation of an effective system of internal controls to provide reasonable assurance that the accounting system provides timely, accurate and reliable financial information, and safeguards the assets of the entity

Oversight of Payroll

    1. Oversee all payroll functions to ensure that employees are paid in a timely and accurate manner
    2. Prepare and reconcile annual T4s and T4As summaries

Supervision

      1. Responsible for providing training and coaching to all front-line finance team members

 

Other duties as assigned.

 

 

Education

  1. Bachelor Degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration or related discipline
  2. Currently enrolled in the CPA Professional Education Program would be an asset

 

Experience

  1. Minimum 3 years of accounting experience in the non-profit sector
  2. Demonstrated ability to work in a multi-cultural setting

Knowledge

  1. Knowledge of Dynamics Great Plains, Quadrant Payroll system and QuickBooks
  2. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office and computer proficiency

 

Skills

  1. Proficiency in administrative practices and procedures
  2. Proficiency with accounting spreadsheets, Excel macro and word processing
  3. Ability to prioritize and respond to urgent situations while consistently meeting deadlines
  4. Excellent organizational skills

 

Qualified applicants may apply with a resume and cover letter to jobs@hongfook.ca

We are an inclusive employer. If contacted for an interview, please let us know if you have any needs. We thank all candidates for your interest; however, only those candidates chosen for an interview will be contacted.

No telephone calls please.

 

Lead, Clinical Service & Housing – Full Time and Permanent Position

 

Posting Date: August 27, 2021

Closing Date: Until position is filled

Established in 1982, Hong Fook Mental Health Association is the leading ethno-cultural community mental health agency with a consolidated culturally competent team serving Asian and other communities in the Greater Toronto Area. Hong Fook provides a continuum of mental health services covering the spectrum from ‘promoting wellness’ to ‘managing illness’ in Cambodian, Chinese (Cantonese and Mandarin), Korean, Vietnamese and English.

Hong Fook Mental Health Association is dedicated to improving the lives of Asian and other communities by offering a variety of programs and services, such as clinical services, family support program, community program, recovery program, youth and family service, training program, partnership with the Asian Community Psychiatric Clinic, Community Paramedic-Led Clinic, and more.

Position: Lead, Clinical Service & Housing – Full Time and Permanent Position

Job Summary
The Lead, Clinical Service & Housing, under the direction of the Director, Clinical Practice & Quality, will primarily be responsible to coordinate the team of Clinical Service & Housing Programs, lead the case consultation and participate departmental planning activities. This position will be responsible to identify the team members’ training needs and their practice to adhere to standards.

Major Responsibilities
1. Coordinate and participate in case management, consultation, and departmental planning activities
2. Responsible for service development, activities and delivery of Support within Housing Programs
3. Enhance the capacity of internal and external stakeholders to address health-related issues
4. Assist the Management team to provide clinical support to Mental Health workers
5. Supervise mental health workers to ensure their compliance to Hong Fook Case Management Services policy guidelines and College standards
6. Supervise the mental health worker and/or consultant of the IBGT and Journey 2 Healing psychotherapy group, to ensure the services comply with the Agency policy guidelines and College standards
7. Liaise and collaborate with community partners to facilitate and manage assigned projects
8. Ensure the Case Management manual is updated and adhered to best practice as required
9. Analyze departmental operations and identify areas requiring improvement
10. Ensure that Mental Health Workers comply with agency policies, procedures, and ethical standards
11. Identify training needs and explore professional development opportunities for team members

Education, Skills and Experience
I. Education
Master Degree in Social Work, Psychology, Psychotherapy, Social/Health Sciences or related fields

II. Experience
1. Minimum five years’ direct service delivery experience, preferably in mental health
2. Minimum two years’ Supervisory experience
3. Membership of related professional bodies e.g. Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Services Workers (OCSWSSW), the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario (CRPO)
4. Experiences in working in non-profit sector

III. Knowledge
1. Knowledge of mental health and mental illnesses
2. Knowledge of, and the ability to apply Empowerment/Recovery philosophies and practices as demonstrated by two or more years’ experience in this area
3. Knowledge of systemic issues such as poverty, unemployment, stigma, and the isolation felt by individuals with serious mental illness and their families
4. Thorough knowledge of community resources, Landlord and Tenants Act, Mental Health Act and other relevant legislations
5. Knowledge of case management, group and community work, psychotherapy and other therapeutic intervention approaches
6. Proven knowledge of Ontario Health and Mental Health system, Privacy, Quality Standards, as well as Electronic Client Data system

IV. Skills
1. Strong communication and computer skills to prepare and present complex reports and presentations to internal and external stakeholders
2. Ability to effectively and decisively deal with crisis
3. Strong management skills including:
• Skills to facilitate group process and develop effective work teams
• Coaching skills to transfer knowledge and build skills
• Mediation skills to resolve differences effectively
4. Demonstrated ability to work in diversified setting
5. Computer literacy

6. English proficiency and a second language/dialect preferred (Cambodian, Chinese, Korean or Vietnamese)

Work Hours

1. Must be willing and able to work flexible hours, evenings and weekend as needed.
2. Access to a vehicle and valid driver’s license is required
3. Salary is commensurate with experience

As an employer, Hong Fook Mental Health Association is dedicated to building an organization that reflects the diversity of our clients and the communities we serve. This includes diversity in languages spoken, culture, race, sexual orientation and gender identity. Requests for accommodation due to disability can be made at any stage in the recruitment process.

Qualified applicants may apply with a resume and cover letter to jobs@hongfook.ca

We are an inclusive employer. If contacted for an interview, please let us know if you have any needs. We thank all candidates for your interest; however, only those candidates chosen for an interview will be contacted.
No telephone calls please.