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Full-time and Part-time Attendants

De Novo Treatment

At De Novo Treatment Centre, we offer a rewarding, and supportive work environment
that will help enhance your “helping” career.

De Novo Treatment Centre’s Values:
Compassion, Diversity, Excellence, Integrity, Teamwork, Continuous Learning.

De Novo Treatment Centre is an accredited (CCA) substance abuse treatment service,
and provider of substance use treatment services to the members and employer
associations within the unionized Construction Industry. This service extends to their
family members. We seek to provide hope, strength, and tools for our clients in need of a
New Beginning, to help them move forward on their journey in recovery.
We are seeking individuals who have experience and skills working in the helping field of
addiction and mental health who share the common goal of making a difference.
Individuals who are looking to be supported in developing their knowledge and skills
through training and certification at De Novo Treatment Centre.

This position supports our clients and clinical teams by being an active participant of the
team. The ability to function independently or as a team while under pressure, managing
multiple duties, including managing emergency or crisis situations is an expectation of
this job. This role will involve working closely with a multi-disciplinary team of
professionals to achieve the goals of De Novo Treatment Centre and its clientele.

• Aid and support for client activities and functions of day-to-day program operations.
• Reporting to Clinical Managers, as required.
• Potentially co-leading groups as it relates to scope of practice and agency
• Monitor client behaviors and interactions while on shift, documenting and reporting
observations and interactions in a timely and accurate manner.
• Communicate in an empathic, compassionate, sensitive, and skilled manner with
clients and colleagues.
• Participate in regular interdisciplinary team meetings when necessary.
• Participate in team building development as needed.
• Maintain knowledge, skills, and abilities by keeping up-to-date professional
standards through reviewing current literature, attending workshops/seminars
educational training, and ensuring all credentials are up to date through continuing
education and recertification with any governing body or colleges you belong to.
• Must be able to work in a team setting.
• Formal education/experience working in Addiction/Mental Health an asset.
• Available to work weekdays, weekends, evenings, overnights, and holidays.
• Current First Aid and CPR training certificates
• Problem solving, decision making and critical thinking skills.
• Vulnerable Sector Criminal Reference Check required.
• Ability to use and learn new technology (computers, software programs, phones,
printers, scanner, alarm, and security systems.
• May be required to transport clients of the agency and therefore you are to hold a
valid Ontario G or G2 drivers’ license.

• Dental care
• Extended health benefits
• RRSP’s
• Wellness program
• Counselling services
• Meal program
• Free onsite parking
• Training/education programs

Please note that we are a scent-free organization.
Application Deadline: 4:00 p.m. on May 2, 2022
Submit to: Attn: Aaron Sinclair, Executive Director
Kelly Marshall, Executive Assistant,

To apply for this job email your details to

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