Jaku Konbit Black Enhanced (Clinical) Youth Outreach Worker (BEYOW)

Jaku Konbit Black Enhanced (Clinical) Youth Outreach Worker (BEYOW)

The mandate of the Services for Black children, Youth, and Families (SBCYF), formerlyOntarioBlack Youth Action Plan (OBYAP)- Black Enhanced (Clinical) Youth Outreach Worker works as a part of the Provincial Youth Outreach Worker team to expand the continuum of services of the Program by providing intensive one-on-one support to high-risk Black youthages12 to 25 and their families to prevent youth from further risk and or violence.

Services for Black Children, Youth, and families Black Enhanced Youth Outreach Workers work with Black youth to develop and enhance their identity, culture, and sense of belonging in their community and act as a positive factor in their movement through the Stages of Change. SBCYF-BEYOW uses culturally responsive approaches where appropriate to meet the expectation (e.g., connecting Black youth to mentors within their own communities / cultural group, encouraging youth to engage in cultural activities and events, and supporting through short-term counseling services).

Contract length: 12 months

Part-time hours: 24 per week

Job Types: Part-time, Contract

Salary: Up to $40,000.00 per year


  • 8 hour shift

COVID-19 considerations:
Following the guidelines from the City of Ottawa Public health department.

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