Clinical Caseworker/Occupational Therapist

Location: Regina

Term: Full Time

Category: Clinical

Reference #: 20-150

Contact: Robert Robwoh @ 306-751-4529

Closing Date: Jul 09, 2020 - 11:59 PM


Ranch Ehrlo Society, one of Saskatchewan’s top employers, has an exciting career opportunity for a Clinical Caseworker Position with Occupational Therapy SpecializationThis is a fulltime position with 50% of the role based in one of our group-care programs in Regina that specializes in working with youth with developmental needs while the other 50% will be offering Occupational Therapy assessments and therapeutic services to other Ranch Ehrlo treatment programs.


Ranch Ehrlo is a charitable organization dedicated to providing quality treatment services to children, youth, adults and families who are experiencing a range of social, psychological, behavioural, cognitive, and psychiatric difficulties. Services are provided through holistic, psychosocial therapies, designed to enhance the well-being of individuals and their families.


The Clinical Caseworker with OT Specialization provides assessment, treatment planning, training, individual and group counselling services to participants whom they work with. The Clinical Caseworker with OT Specialization will work within a multi-disciplinary team, including families and stakeholders, to provide a comprehensive treatment program that includes the delivery of occupational therapy services.  The Clinical Caseworker with OT Specialization adheres to the national and provincial professional code of ethics while fostering the Ranch’s mission and philosophy. 

Preferred education, skills and experience:

•A Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy

•Registered or eligible for registration in Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists

•Registered or eligible for registration in Saskatchewan Association of Occupational Therapists

•Working knowledge of human development and interpersonal trauma in children and youth.

•Experience working with youth in a group care setting.

•Excellent written and oral communication skills, and ability to work well within a multidisciplinary team environment.

•Strong leadership, organization and training skills.

•Cultural awareness and sensitivity.

If you are interested in pursuing your career with a nationally recognized treatment program, please apply at by July 8, 2020 posting reference #20-150.

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