Qualifications, Experience and Skills Bachelor’s Degree (Masters preferred) from an accredited post-secondary institution in Nursing, Social Work or Psychology and registered in good standing with the appropriate professional licensing body pertaining to education and credentials. Four years clinical experience in a setting that deals with addiction, mental health and recovery. A minimum of three years’ experience in a clinical, supervisory role. Knowledge of interviewing and psychological evaluation skills. Knowledge of the theory and practice of substance abuse, treatment and education. Ability to read, interpret and apply rules, regulations, policies, objectives and standards. Ability to work effectively with facility staff and stakeholders interested or concerned with treatments programs and services. Ability to keep current with literature, trends of thought, and new development in the treatment of substance abuse and addiction. Ability to work with a variety of behaviours. Ability to work under pressure; meet tight deadlines; set priorities deal diplomatically with difficult individuals; and supervise others. Ability to manage multiple programs; lead others and work independently. Adherence to the highest ethical standards is essential. Strong computer literacy with proficiency in MS Office Suite. Clear Criminal Record Check and Vulnerable Sector checks.