If you are in crisis, please call the Crisis Intervention Centre at 613-969-7400 ext. 12753, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

For access to addictions and mental health support, connect to AccessMHA Regional Coordinated Access to make an online referral.

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Thank you for your interest in working at CMHA, Hastings Prince Edward Branch.

We welcome applicants for all job postings, however, first consideration will be given to internal applicants. Please note that only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.

We are an equal opportunity employer committed to inclusive, barrier-free recruitment and selection processes and work environment. We will accommodate the needs of the applicants under the Ontario Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) throughout all stages of the recruitment and selection process, per the agency’s Accessible Customer Service and Integrated Accessibility policies. Please advise the Human Resources Department to ensure your accessibility needs are accommodated throughout this process. Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.

We are currently operating in a continuous-recruitment stage for casual positions for our Residential Program, Back to Home Program, and our 24/7 Housing Program.

Applications should be submitted in Adobe Reader (Pdf) format and emailed to careers@cmhahpe.ca.

Leadership Opportunities

No positions are available at this time.

Available Positions

Residential Counsellor II (Casual) – 2022-066

The Residential Counsellor II (RC2 Casual) functions as a member of three teams – the Residential Treatment Program Team, the 24/7 Supportive Housing Team, and the Back-to-Home team. Learn more (Pdf).

TPT Clinical Counsellor / Psychotherapist (0.5 FTE) – 2022-099

The Clinical Counsellor/Psychotherapist is responsible for the provision of psychotherapeutic assessment and treatment to individuals 16 years of age and older with cognitive, emotional, or behavioural concerns/issues through a therapeutic relationship based primarily on verbal or non-verbal communication, in individual or group session formats. Learn more (Pdf).

TFT Addictions Counsellor North Hastings – 2023-031 (Repost)

The Addictions Counsellor provides rapid access to community addiction treatment services as part of the integrated opioid management strategy. Duties include screening and assessment to ensure the most appropriate interventions are offered to the client, negotiating treatment goals and a treatment plan, case management, personal/supportive counselling, and facilitating internal/external referrals. Learn more (Pdf)

Casual RPN (Back to Home) – 2023-070

The Back to Home (BTH) Registered Practical Nurse (RPN) is responsible for providing quality care to residents participating within the Back to Home Program and providing leadership to others as assigned. The Back to Home Program is an innovative, clinical wrap around care, multi- disciplinary, therapeutic, and rehabilitative supportive housing program for individuals living with mental health/and or addictions (MHA) issues, potentially with co-occurring medical or physical health needs. Learn more (Pdf)

PFT Program Manager – 2023 – 084

The Program Manager manages teams in the ongoing development, implementation, and evaluation of their assigned programs to ensure the provision of high-quality client services for people living in Hastings and Prince Edward Counties. Learn more (Pdf)

PFT IMPACT Co-Response Worker Belleville – 2024 – 005

Working as part of a larger multidisciplinary team, the IMPACT Co-Response Worker (ICW) will provide mobile addiction and mental health (AMH) co-response, intervention, support, and services in a community setting in partnership with local police Services. This position will be embedded in area police service locations as an addiction and mental health resource. The ICW will assist with AMH calls for service when deemed safe and appropriate to do so. The ICW will act as a contact point person for the police services in which they are located and also liaise with the AMH and broader health system as needed (ex. Crisis Intervention services, primary care). This position will work closely with either the IMPACT Transitional Worker(s) (ITW) for unattached individuals, or other AMH staff to facilitate engagement, service navigation, referrals, coping strategies, supportive counselling, harm reduction and relapse prevention planning, crisis and safety planning, follow-up, and communication. Learn more (Pdf)

PFT Director of Nursing – 2024 – 006

The Director of Nursing provides clinical and strategic leadership for nursing across the organization. This includes clinical and administrative oversight of a Rapid Access Addiction Medicine (RAAM) team, other withdrawal management services, select residential programs, Infection Prevention and Control Program, and other internal programs related to Housing and Mental Health. Learn more (Pdf)

PFT Project Management Lead – 2024 – 008

The Project Management Lead is responsible for leading and supporting delivery of projects and initiatives that help to achieve CMHA HPE’s clinical, strategic, operational, and quality objectives. This position will use project management knowledge and competencies to manage multiple projects through all phases of the project lifecycle including initiation, planning, monitor and controlling, execution and closing to achieve organizational priorities, including quality improvement for clinical services. Learn more (Pdf)

PPT Registered Practical Nurse – 2024 – 009

The Back to Home (BTH) Registered Practical Nurse (RPN) is responsible for providing quality care to residents participating within the Back to Home Program and providing leadership to others as assigned. The Back to Home Program is an innovative, clinical wrap around care, multi- disciplinary, therapeutic, and rehabilitative supportive housing program for individuals living with mental health/and or addictions (MHA) issues, potentially with co-occurring medical or physical health needs. Learn more (Pdf)

PFT IMPACT Co-Response Worker (Float) – 2024 – 010

The IMPACT Co-Response Worker (ICW) will provide mobile addiction and mental health (AMH) co-response, intervention, support, and services in a community setting in partnership with local police Services. This position will be embedded in area police service locations as an addiction and mental health resource. The ICW will assist with AMH calls for service when deemed safe and appropriate to do so. The ICW will act as a contact point person for the police services in which they are located and also liaise with the AMH and broader health system as needed (ex. Crisis Intervention services, primary care). (MHA) issues, potentially with co-occurring medical or physical health needs. Learn more (Pdf)

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