Coordinator of Children's Rehab Services

Deadline: Open
Location: Sioux Lookout, ONCommitment: Full Time

Under the Complex Care and Developmental Disabilities Program this position provides support to the inter-disciplinary team who will provide assessment and deliver rehab services. This work will be done through a clear referral process. This position will establish working linkages and service protocols with communities and organizations that provide health/social services programs. This position will participate in orientation and be the support for the clinic staff.


  • An undergraduate degree in social work or relevant degree and experience
  • Experience and understanding of Native cultural issues, the geographical realities and social conditions within the remote First Nations communities.
  • Knowledge of Anishnawbe language an asset.
  • Professional integrity and the ability to maintain confidentiality
  • Three years’ experience in the social or health services environment
  • Knowledge of NIHB travel requirements
  • Experience with clinic Coordination
  • Must hold a valid Ontario driver’s license with drivers abstract and be willing to and able to travel


  1. To promote awareness of, and access to, traditional health care options for all clients in exploring their choice.
  2. Responsible for all day-to-day functions of the Clinic; intake/referral duties; identifying training needs and providing opportunities for ongoing training for community stakeholders; and participating in multi-disciplinary health team activities at the clinic level
  3. Set the clinic schedule, file management, scheduling clinic times and all activities around the clinic
  4. Set up and coordinate training for all team members
  5. Support the policies and procedures
  6. Order tools and supplies
  7. Complete intake process; meet with the child and family to collect data for the file
  8. Collect all collateral information on each client
  9. Organize clinic meeting assessment rooms and OTN if required
  10. Participate as part of the multi-disciplinary team on the clinic day
  11. Maintain tracking system for all discharges from the clinic
  12. Coordinate all travel for clients and assessment team
  13. Compile Summary Reports post clinic
  14. Provide follow-up support & education to clients and families
  15. Prepare and process correspondence regarding patient care, staff issues and program issues.
  16. Attend Northwestern Diagnostic Clinic Advisory Group meetings.
  17. Assisting in coordinating and administrative tasks as directed by  the Developmental Services Supervisor and the Northwestern FASD Diagnostic  Clinic Advisory Group
  18. Provide orientation
  19. Maintain privacy and confidentiality
  20. Other duties as required