Mobile Crisis/Transitional Case Management

    Mobile Crisis/Transitional Case Management

    Join Northeastern Ontario’s Health Care Leaders!

    Posting #: 21-0282

    Status: Permanent Full-Time

    Location: Manitoulin Island

    Health Sciences North (HSN) is an academic health sciences centre affiliated with the Health Sciences North Research Institute and the Northern Ontario School of Medicine. HSN ranks among Canada’s Top 40 hospitals and is a regional resource and referral centre for over 565,000 residents across northeastern Ontario.

    The Counselling and Treatment and Rural Programs department at HSN is currently recruiting for the position of Mobile Crisis/Transitional Case Management to join their dynamic team in providing on-site risk assessments, crisis counselling and community connections to services for individuals presenting with mental health and addictions concerns, as well as providing clients transitioned from mobile crisis with services, including direct service provision/intervention, information, liaison, advocacy, consultation and collaboration on behalf of clients on Manitoulin Island.  The successful candidate will possess a Bachelor’s Degree and current registration in good standing with a regulatory college (e.g. College of Nurses of Ontario, College of Occupational Therapists of Ontario, College of Psychotherapists of Ontario, Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers), along with a minimum of two (2) years’ experience in crisis intervention, acute/community mental health and addictions, and case management.

    If you enjoy working in a fast-paced, team environment and are looking for a rewarding career opportunity, you are encouraged to view the full job description on the HSN Careers Website.

    We offer competitive salary and vacation, extended health and dental benefits and a pension plan through HOOPP.

    Interested applicants are asked to apply to posting 21-0282 no later than 4:00 pm on April 30, 2021 on the HSN Careers Website at The position will remain active until filled.