BILINGUAL PSYCHOLOGIST (virtual and part-time)
J Marlin and Associates Inc., provides a broad spectrum of services tailored to the individual’s specific difficulties. Services range from complex, interdisciplinary assessment and treatment (integrating medical and behavioural science) to psychological assessment and treatment for less complex cases. Patients are referred by employers, disability insurers, and other health care professionals.
• Current Registration with the College of Psychologists in Ontario
• Superior oral and written skills in both English and French
• Demonstrated expertise in behavioural therapy
• Extensive knowledge of evidence-based practice
• Ability to function effectively as part of an interdisciplinary team
• Experience in supervising, evaluating and managing clinical staff
• Proven organizational, time management and consultation skills
• Computer literate
EARLY INTERVENTION SPECIALIST & CLAIMS ADMIN.
Our client, has a proven track record in helping employees achieve full recovery and early return to productivity. They provide early intervention to help employees return to health and work.
We are looking to hire an:
Early Intervention Specialist & Claims Admin.
Location: Burlington, ON
- Accountable to the Manager of Early Intervention Services, the Early Intervention Specialist & Claims Admin., assumes primary responsibility in the management and administration of an assigned caseload.
- The Early Intervention Specialist is responsible for developing and sustaining strong professional relationships with case managers, other disability management staff of our clients and the team, proactively suggesting improvements and troubleshooting problems on a daily basis.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Monitor and manage assigned caseload for all AOC clients. Responsible for timely management of all cases; book assessments, send reports, trouble shoot issues always providing excellent client service. Handle escalations etc., escalating issues to Manager as required
- Responsible for the timely and accurate management of any projects as assigned
- Prepare and send final reports to case managers; update the patient file, ensuring error free work
- Assist with GP Calls Project: monitor and manage calls, schedule call follow ups, and send GP fax as per company procedure; update the EIS team upon completion of tasks. Professional phone etiquette is required.
- Clear and effective daily communication (via phone and email) with client case managers, psychiatrists etc.
Customer service experience is required; call center experience is an asset
Collaborative style working with both internal and external customers
Interpersonal skills - able to work on your own while being valuable part of the AOC team
Attention to detail to ensure flawless and error free work
Excel, Word, internet experience,
Pleasant and professional telephone manner
Flexible, able to adapt quickly to change
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Very highly motivated, self-starter with initiative
Team focus and professionalism
Problem solver with solution-based focus
French is an asset
About our client (AOC)
AOC provides corporations and their employees with a nationwide system of best-in-class, accessible mental health care.
Through a national network of leading psychiatrists and mental health professionals, our client has pioneered standardized early intervention and treatment protocols that enable employees to receive fast, effective treatment for mental health disorders.
AOC has tracked a 90% rate of recovery and return to work for employees on short-term disability with mental illnesses.
Clients include major insurers and third-party disability management administrators as well as a wide range of private and public sector organizations across the transportation, financial services, power, education, law enforcement, retail food and pharmaceutical industries.
If this position is of interest to you, please contact:
Melissa Schafer, President, Allemby Management Group Inc.
PSYCHOLOGIST (Full time & Virtual)
Odyssey Health Services (a division of J Marlin and Associates Inc.), provides a broad spectrum of services tailored to the individual’s specific difficulties. Services range from complex, multidisciplinary assessment and treatment (integrating medical and behavioural science) to psychological assessment and treatment for less complex cases. Patients are referred by employers, disability insurers, and other health care professionals.
We are currently looking to hire a:
Psychologist (Full time)
The Psychologist specializes in the assessment and treatment of problems of chronic disability. The role of the Psychologist is to plan treatment programs and oversee the implementation of programs with staff psychotherapists. They will examine whether there are any stress related, behavioural, or psychological factors that may be contributing to an individual's current difficulties, either arising from their illness or arising from other sources that may nonetheless impact their overall state of well-being. In addition, it is also the role of the Psychologist to determine an individual’s suitability for various types of employment – either own work or, if that is not appropriate on medical grounds, to assist in determining what alternative employment or retraining an individual may be suited for. The incumbent will work within an evidenced based practice.
- Doctorate in Psychology
- Current Registration with the College of Psychologists in Ontario
- Superior oral and written skills (bilingual skills a benefit)
- Demonstrated expertise in behavioural therapy
- Extensive knowledge of evidence-based practice
- Experience in supervising, evaluating and managing clinical staff
- Ability to function effectively as part of an interdisciplinary team
- Experience in supervising, evaluating and managing clinical staff
- Proven organizational, time management and consultation skills
- Computer literate
Interested? Please forward your resume to Melissa Schafer, email@example.com
SENIOR PROGRAM ACCOUNTANT – Canada Country Office
Canadian Feed the Children’s vision is a world in which children thrive, free of poverty. For nearly 35 years, CFTC has been working with local partners in Uganda, Ethiopia, Ghana, Bolivia, and with Indigenous communities in Canada, to deliver programs that have positive, meaningful, and sustained impact on the health, education and well-being of children and the self-sufficiency of their families and communities. If you share our passion for bettering children’s lives, and you thrive in a collaborative, values-based culture please consider applying for this role.
About this Opportunity
Reporting to the Vice President of Finance and acting as the main finance support to the Canada Country Director this full-time role is responsible for the review, management and oversight of the financial activities for the CFTC programs operating in partnership with Indigenous communities throughout Canada. This includes monitoring the financial progress of CFTC Canada programs, maintaining the chart of accounts, reviewing and updating budgets, completing financial reporting packages and being the main contact for the country office when it comes to financial reporting.
You will need to possess strong financial analysis and management skills. In this role you will set up and maintain program specific accounts in the CFTC accounting system, prepare program reports and schedules, assist with the development of programs including review of proposals and contracts/Contribution Agreements, as well as providing assistance to partner organizations, partner communities and CFTC country offices. You will also liaise with corporate and program auditors, partnering organizations and communities, and institutional donors. A key aspect of this position is the monitoring of financial activities, investigating variances, providing guidance and support to partners, conducting financial analysis and making recommendations.
Ongoing compliance with CFTC policies is a condition of employment and a requirement of this position. These policies include but are not limited to child protection, confidentiality, respect in the workplace and code of conduct.
Areas of Responsibility
- Set up and maintain financial records for the Canadian program expenses, ensuring a solid audit trail while complying with CFTC’s accounting, financial, administrative and other policies and also ensure full compliance with CRA rules and regulations
- Provide leadership, financial advice and technical guidance for the Canada country office, while liaising with Programs and Development teams, and partner organizations and communities to ensure compliance with CFTC policies and procedures, government regulations and contracts/Contribution Agreements.
- Perform budget data entry and ongoing monitoring of actual spending versus the approved budget and report discrepancies as required by the Country Director. Provide regular monthly expenses reports by GL; by location to the Country Director for review;
- Researches, compiles and prepares budget and work plan figures for proposals and existing programs.
- Responsible for accounts payable, including record keeping, vendor statement reconciliations, filing, archiving and anticipated cash-flow requirements.
- Responsible for accurately recording expenses, ensuring proper back up documentation and propriety of charges incurred with corporate charge cards and ensuring timely payment of monthly statements.
- Produces and analyzes financial reports for the Canada Country Office and partnering organizations and communities. Review and process program expenditures to ensure compliance with CFTC policies, donor instructions, government guidelines and terms of the relevant contract/Contribution Agreement.
- Ensures Canada Country Office financial reports, other incoming reports, expenditures and requests for advances are accurate and complete, records disbursements and expenditures, and follows up on all transfers.
- Prepares and reviews various Canada Country Office financial reports, ensuring compliance with contracts and agreements, and reconciling with accounting system (full reporting includes revenue recognition, interest allocation to programs, program cash flow management, generating/compiling periodic re-forecast, and budget/forecast variance analysis).
- Reviews partner contracts, contribution agreements and sub-contractor agreements, provides recommendations for revision, when applicable.
- Assist Development teams to develop proposal budget, to set up accounting codes and reports to ensure the set up will fulfill all the donor’s reporting requirements. Prepare journal entries to allocate eligible Head office and Canada Country Office costs according to donors’ agreements. Review programs report to make sure fund is used in the appropriately to review over or under spending.)
- Assist Canadian Partners to increase their financial capacities to make sure their accounting practices and controls will meet our needs/standards.
- Participates in preparation and support of the CFTC annual audit and provides information on partner audits.
- Travels to partner communities in Canada, as required. May occasionally travel internationally to other country offices to support to the finance team.
- Ideally you possess six to eight years of related financial management and accounting experience supporting programs and partner financial reporting, analysis and activities.
- You have relevant education such as a Bachelor of Commerce degree, or equivalent with a specialization in Finance/Accounting and relevant work experience. You hold or are currently pursuing a CPA designation.
- Five to ten years of experience working with Indigenous communities;
- Knowledge of Indigenous history and culture;
- Lived experience in an Indigenous community and knowledge of an Indigenous language an asset;
- Familiar with charitable regulations in Canada;
- A high level of proficiency with SAGE (AccPac) accounting software plus general knowledge of other packages such as QuickBooks, Simply Accounting, ADP payroll, etc. is part of your skill set.
- Knowledge of ASPE and ASNPO. High degree of knowledge of Financial Management. Knowledge and experience in financial management practices in international offices and knowledge of program management.
- Ability to plan and prioritize work. Ability to work in a team environment and independently, with minimal supervision. Strong attention to detail. Demonstrated ability to thrive under pressure while seeking values-driven and team-based results.
- Willing and able to travel within Canada on short term assignments.
- Desire to make a sustainable difference while having fun in the process!
Interested? Please submit your resume and covering letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We thank all applicants for their interest however only those under consideration will be contacted. Our recruitment process begins as soon as applications are received. This position will remain open until the successful candidate has been selected.
Canadian Feed The Children is committed to creating a diverse and equality-based environment.
We are committed to ensuring a barrier-free, accessible and inclusive work environment. We welcome and encourage applications from all people. Upon individual request, we will endeavour to remove any barrier to the hiring process to accommodate candidates with disabilities. Please inform us should accommodation be required at any point during the recruitment and selection process.