Trauma-Informed Services: Clinician

Submitted on Wednesday, 11/09/2022 - 12:03 pm

Hull Services has an organizational commitment to pursuing truth and reconciliation, decolonization and anti-oppression.


About Us:

Hull Services has long had a reputation for providing leading edge child, youth, and family mental health services. We work with children, youth and families who have experienced mental health struggles, behavioural problems, developmental delay, neglect, abuse and trauma. Hull offers them an opportunity to seek well-being and happiness, with a focus on mental health. Hull’s vision is for resilient young people and families to thrive within communities that support their mental health and well-being. Hull’s programs and services include prevention and early intervention, family-based treatment, school-based services, community group care, campus-based care, adult services and education and training. Located in Calgary, we have been serving Alberta’s young people and families for 60 years, and support over 7,000 young people and families each year.

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The Program:

Trauma informed Services is responsible for delivering internal and external Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics (NMT) training, as well as clinical consultation and services.
NMT is not a specific therapeutic technique or intervention. It is a developmentally sensitive, neurobiology-informed approach to clinical problem solving. It integrates core principles of neurodevelopment and traumatology to inform our work with children and families. The Neurosequential approach has three key components: training/capacity building, assessment, and providing recommendations for the selection and sequencing of therapeutic, educational and enrichment activities that match the needs and strengths of the individual.


The Position:

We are looking for Two Full Time Clinicians, based upon a 40 hour work week.

Availability and preparedness to work a flexible schedule to meet the needs of the program when required including evenings and weekends. This may include travel to complete or facilitate training.

The primary role of the Clinician is to support the Pathways to Prevention leadership team with education and training, research and advocacy within Hull and with external organizations and stakeholders.  This position is best suited for an experienced clinician, due to the need to engage other providers in education, training, research and advocacy.


Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Plan and provide training in NMT concepts and implementation.
  • Plan and provide other training within Hull and to external agencies and stakeholders.
  • Provide clinical consultation using the NMT approach and metrics as well as other modalities.
  • Facilitate and conduct research projects; implement clinical interventions based on research projects.
  • Support with program administration and development.
  • Assist in planning of training events and conferences.
  • Maintain a continuous learning mindset and participate in ongoing professional development activities.
  • Collaborate with organizations external to Hull.
  • Develop content to support program initiatives.
  • Participate in committees, communities of practice or other collaborative groups within Hull and in the community.


Qualifications and Skills:

  • A Master’s Degree from a relevant university program.
  • Eligibility for independent practice as a Registered Social Worker or Registered Psychologist. There is a strong preference for those who have completed the registration process.
  • High professional and ethical standards, working in accordance with ethical codes adopted by relevant profession and endorsed by the Agency.
  • Certification in the Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics or willingness to complete certification.
  • Related clinical experience providing counselling and strong knowledge in the field of mental health.
  • Case management skills and ability to work effectively with multi-system and interdisciplinary teams.
  • Strong clinical skills in therapy, assessment and report writing.
  • A background in conducting research is preferred.
  • Demonstrated leadership, organizational, problem solving and decision making skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal qualities including flexibility, effective communication, positivity, and relationship building skills.
  • Positive, resourceful, creative and flexible in managing change and ambiguity.
  • Demonstrated interest, commitment, consistency, and a high level of self-awareness, personal maturity and responsibility.
  • A strong work ethic, self-motivated and ability to take initiative.
  • Discretion, tact and ability to maintain confidential information.
  • Cross cultural competence; knowledge of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and the recommendations, goals and activities of the commission.
  • Clear Police Information Check (including Vulnerable Sector Check) and Intervention Record Check.
  • A valid driver’s license and reliable transportation.


To Apply:

  • If interested, please direct your cover letter, and resume to
  • Please indicate “Your Full Name – Trauma-informed Services ” in the subject line of your email.

The deadline for applications is until suitable candidate is found.


At Hull, one of our core values is Inclusion and we seek to understand people’s lived experience, holding a deep respect for their unique backgrounds, ethnicities, abilities, cultures and identities. It is our desire to humbly build trust and mutual respect with the people we serve who have often been marginalized and oppressed for their differences. To achieve this, Hull seeks open, self-aware individuals who reflect the diversity of those we serve and can help us build a safe, healthy, inclusive culture. We are an equal opportunity employer and do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ancestry, place of origin, religious beliefs, gender, gender identity, gender expression, physical disability, mental disability, marital status, family status, or sexual orientation.