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Mental Health Proctor III

Virden, MB
  • Number of positions available : 1

  • To be discussed
  • Day , Evening

  • Starting date : 1 position to fill as soon as possible

* Grade 12 or equivalent with Post-Secondary Education in a related field
* Suitable combination of relevant education and experience may be considered
* Knowledge and understanding of client recovery and empowerment
* Ability to work with all individuals in a manner that conveys hope and respect; and the belief that all people have strengths and the capacity for growth
* Understanding of the challenges faced by individuals with enduring mental health problems and illnesses
* Ability to facilitate/coordinate direct skills teaching
* Knowledge of and the ability to utilize and/or develop a range of program/community resources
* Province of Manitoba Class 5 Drivers License, and access to a personal vehicle to provide service within Prairie Mountain Health
* Demonstrated organizational skills, and the ability to work independently
* Demonstrated communication skills
* Demonstrated flexibility to facilitate changes in techniques and procedures
* Ability to display independent judgment
* Ability to respect and promote a culturally diverse population
* Ability to respect and promote confidentiality
* Ability to perform the duties of the position on a regular basis


As an integral part of the Mental Health program, the Mental Health Proctor III provides services to individuals with enduring mental illness, and seniors experiencing mental illness issues who require support in order to be successful living in the community. Specific goals and activities are identified by the client and the Community Mental Health Worker. The focus of services will be on providing rehabilitative and crisis supports in the areas of living, learning, working and socializing.



  1. Assist clients in strengthening their skills in such areas as self care, coping, social and access to community resources.
  2. Under the supervision of the Community Mental Health Worker and in collaboration with the client, participate in the development of a recovery plan.
  3. Implement specific interventions identified in the recovery plan to achieve client goals.
  4. Organize work according to client needs and assigned tasks.
  5. Monitor, evaluate, and record client progress; report feedback to client and Community Mental Health Worker on a regular basis.
  6. Provide crisis support under the direction of the Community Mental Health Worker.
  7. Help clients access community resources (people, places and/or things that increase success and satisfaction in living situation).
  8. Provide service and support by working alternate work hours, such as evenings, weekends, and/or nights to meet client and program needs.
  9. Sundry duties as assigned.


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