Clinical Activities Assistant

Mino Obigiwasin Services Enfance & Famille Anicinape was set up to provide child and family services to the Anicinape population. This follows an agreement signed with CISSSAT to manage youth protection for the 4 Anicinape communities: Kitcisakik, Lac Simon, Abitibiwinni (Pikogan) and Long Point (Winneway). Mino Obigiwasin's vision is to ensure a stable, safe, happy and culturally rooted environment for all Anicinape children and families.


In line with Mino Obigiwasin's mission, orientations, values and general policies, the incumbent provides day-to-day clinical support to team members, as well as field accompaniment. He/she may be called upon to develop and offer culturally adapted training content.

Under the authority of the Point of Service Manager serving the community of Kitcisakik, and as part of the responsibilities assigned by the Director of Youth Protection (DPJ), the Clinical Activities Assistant participates in the assessment and analysis of the needs of children and families. He or she also participates in the development of professional practice norms and standards, and in the search for appropriate solutions to help Mino-Obigiwasin improve the quality of reserved acts. In the performance of his/her duties, the incumbent works in close collaboration with an interdisciplinary team and in partnership with local resources.


  • Contributes to the appropriation of culturally adapted clinical orientations, models and intervention approaches.
  • Accompanies and clinically supports caregivers in the application of the clinical process.
  • Supports caregivers in crisis situations, complex and urgent situations, and placements.
  • Attends clinical committees.
  • Works closely and collaboratively with the interdisciplinary team and other partners, including extended family and community resources, in a context of exchange and complementarity.
  • Participates in the development of professional practices and clinical skills.
  • Organizes and leads the placement/relocation committee.
  • Participates in Wawiya and PDE (team decision-making process).
  • Conducts clinical workshops as a committee.
  • Helps caregivers prepare for tribunals and accompaniments as needed.
  • Reads statutory review and closing reports.
  • Supports the smooth application of collaboration agreements.
  • All other duties related to the position.


  • Bachelor's degree in social work, psycho-education or equivalent.
  • Relevant experience in youth protection intervention.
  • Knowledge and experience in the First Nations environment is an asset.
  • Class 5 driver's license.
  • Being an employee of Mino-Obigiwasin is an important asset.


  • Permanent full-time position, 35 hours per week.
  • Full range of benefits including group insurance with employer contribution after 3 months and pension fund (RBA) after 6 months with employer contribution at 182%.
  • Flexible working hours and 10 sick days and 5 wellness days per year.
  • Employee assistance program and employer-paid telemedicine.
  • Dynamic and creative team.

Start date :

Starting date: immediately.

Interested parties should send their curriculum vitae and a covering letter to:

Ressources humaines / Human Resources

Bureau administratif/Administrative office

1399, chemin Sullivan

Val-d’Or (Québec) J9P 6V6

Tel : (819) 975-5535 x 1050

Hiring priority

Priority is given to First Nations and Inuit of Quebec. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.