Have an opening for a social worker that you would like to add to our employment listings? Please send all employment listings to laure.piccetto@nbasw-attsnb.ca.

Members can also search for job openings online using the following databases:

Social Worker

This is the life-changing opportunity you’ve been looking for. 

Here at Horizon, we strive for Exceptional Care. Every Person. Every Day. Our skilled and dedicated employees strive to provide safe and quality patient care in the communities we serve. As one of the region’s top employers, we are devoted to our employees. Every employee has a voice; every employee is valued and recognized for their hard work. 

Horizon Health Network is currently recruiting for temporary full-time Social Worker to join our team at the Stan Cassidy Centre for Rehabilitation in Fredericton, New Brunswick. The Stan Cassidy Centre for Rehabilitation (SCCR) is a specialty, tertiary, Centre equipped and staffed to treat the most complex neurological conditions. These conditions include stroke, brain injury, spinal cord injury, and neuromuscular disorders such as muscular dystrophy, ALS and cerebral palsy. The Centre also provides treatment for the most complex forms of autism spectrum disorder. To learn more about the SCCR, visit https://www.stancassidy.ca/


As a Social Worker at the SCCR, you will be responsible for providing clinical social work services to individuals in the Adult Services department.


Why you should work here


Working for Horizon gives you flexibility in your career, an east coast lifestyle and the chance to make a big difference in the lives of New Brunswickers.


Horizon is an equal opportunity employer that values and recognizes your contributions, is dedicated to patient safety and satisfaction, has competitive pay and benefits, and offers many opportunities for professional growth. The salary for this position is $28.5755 to $38.8575 per hour (Subject to employment status).


As a Horizon employee, you will benefit from engagement programs like Years of Service and our Bravo! recognition programs. You will also see a commitment to your well-being through our safe and respectful workplace programs that include safety initiatives, workplace violence prevention, and employee wellness services.



Who you are

You have completed a university degree in social work and are registered and a member in good standing with the New Brunswick Association of Social Workers (or able to obtain upon hire). You are fluent in English and French.


Interested? Apply Today!

Email your application to our Allied Health Talent Acquisition Specialist @ Derek.Schriver2@HorizonNB.ca

To learn more about our career opportunities, visit our career site – https://myhorizoncareer.ca/


How to Apply
Contact Email Derek.Schriver2@HorizonNB.ca
Social Worker
RegionNew Brunswick

Salary: $30.9310 to $42.0606
Vitalité Health Network is looking for Social Workers who are passionate about their work and wish to contribute to the health of our communities. Currently in a recruitment period, Vitalité Health Network offers rewarding opportunities and stimulating challenges.
After clicking on APPLY, follow the instructions on the web page and complete the questionnaire. Please note that you must attach a resume to your application.

This clinical position involves planning and providing professional social services. The work may be performed in a facility or a community setting. The work performed is based on client needs with a recovery-based approach and may require the active participation of interdisciplinary teams, identification of service delivery options and continuous assessment. The work also involves participating in the planning and implementation of department or program activities and may include activities in the following areas: quality improvement, generation of statistics, teaching students, conducting research, workload management and care coordination.

  • Member in good standing of the New Brunswick Association of Social Workers;
  • Bachelor of Social Work;
  • Professional experience in the health services field considered an asset;
  • Ability to work in a changing environment with different populations;
  • Leadership and good decision-making skills;
  • Clinical judgment and good analytical reasoning;
  • Ability to set priorities;
  • Good knowledge of computer tools;
  • Proven communication and interpersonal skills;
  • Adaptability and flexibility;
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team;
  • Physical ability to perform assigned duties;
  • Good previous work history (performance and attendance);
  • Adherence to Vitalité Health Network's professional ethical principles, management philosophy and organizational values;
  • Compliance with the rules of confidentiality established by Vitalité Health Network.


  • Additional requirements may apply depending on the sector in question.
  • Valid driver's licence and/or travel may be required.
  • The above requirements may be verified through oral, written or practical tests during the selection process.
Link https://www.careerbeacon.com/en/job/1707703/vitalit-health-network-rseau-de-sant-vitalit/social-worker/bathurst
How to Apply
Contact Email andree.guy@gnb.ca
EMDR Therapist
RegionGrand Bay-Westfield

As part of a diverse team of trauma-focused therapists at Rising Tides Healing Centre in Grand Bay-Westfield, you would be available for an in-person therapy sessions (some virtual options are also available but we have demand for in-person services). We offer a flexible, collaborative and engaging community environment which includes yoga, massage, osteopathy and naturopathy services in addition to counselling services.  Our therapists receive administrative support, client management & booking software, peer supervision as well as EMDR Consultation for Certification.

As an independent contractor, you will receive a very competitive compensation per client session. A minimum of a Masters degree in Social Work is required and registration in good standing with your professional association. Training in EMDR or willingness to become trained in EMDR is also required.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: Competitive split based on the number of sessions provided.

Link www.risingtidesnb.com
How to Apply

Contact: Lori McIsaac Bewsher, hello@risingtidesnb.com or telephone (506)217-8433.

Contact Email hello@risingtidesnb.com
Counsellor for Health Canada

Good day,

The Employee Assistance Services (EAS) at Health Canada offers an EAP that provides short-term solution-focused counselling services to the majority of federal government department employees and their eligible family members.

EAS is currently looking to recruit counsellors of various backgrounds and experiences. We are currently prioritizing recruitment of individuals who identify with and/or have significant experience with the BIPOC, LGBTQ2+ and other underrepresented communities to continue to promote, improve, and support diversity and inclusion across the federal public service.


Our program requires that counsellors:
• Be a member “in good standing” of a recognized, mental health professional association which offers an accredited registration to its members
• Have a Master’s degree or equivalent in social science such as Social work, Psychology or Counselling
• Have a minimum of five (5) years of counselling experience
• Have an established private practice for the delivery of counselling services with a confidential voicemail system clearly indicating your name only
• Have minimum liability insurance $2,000,000 per claim
• Undergo a reference verification
• Provide proof of education as well as current copies of liability insurance and professional association membership


Thank you,
The Employee Assistance Services at Health Canada


View the PDF version of this employment listing HERE.


How to Apply

Interested individuals can send a copy of their CV via email to eaprecruitment-paeembauche@hc-sc.gc.ca .

Contact Email eaprecruitment-paeembauche@hc-sc.gc.ca
Social Workers

The Couples Corner Counselling is seeking to add to our growing team of practitioners! We are seeking Registered  Social Workers (RSW, MSW) across New Brunswick with clinical experience, as well as experience and interest in working with couples and/or families to provide couples and family counselling, and on occasion, individual counselling. We offer competitive wages and flexible work hours - create your own schedule!

The Couples Corner Counselling was established to address the need for professional couples counselling services that support clients in achieving their goals, improving their relationship and/or family life, and in gaining greater insight into their lives. The Couples Corner Counselling is committed to offering quality, researched-based techniques, and tools as we support our clients through challenging times.

Our therapists address issues related, but not limited to:

For couples: relational issues, affairs/infidelity, communication, conflict resolution, financial challenges, parenting, separation/divorce, and sex/intimacy.

For families: strained family relationships, marital issues, concerns about children, improving communication, conflict resolution, building trust and understanding, improving the family dynamic.

For individuals: mental health challenges including depression & anxiety, interpersonal stress, burnout, major life changes, trauma, grief, or to further personal growth and achieve greater self-knowledge.

For the convenience and accessibility of our clients and practitioners, we are providing services via video counselling. You will be provided with access to an online counselling/practice management program, administrative support, and the flexibility to create your own schedule.

We require that candidates:

  • Hold a Masters Degree in Social Work from an accredited university
  • Are currently registered and “in good standing” with the New Brunswick Association of Social Workers (NBASW)
  • Have a reliable internet connection
  • Upon being contacted for an interview, must provide proof of relevant documents including proof of education; a copy of current NBASW registration; and a copy of current liability insurance
  • Use research-based practices, methods, and treatment modalities
  • Have access to a private space where online counselling sessions can be conducted
  • Have clinical/counselling experience
  • Have a strong interest in couples counselling
  • Be willing to see a minimum of seven clients per week

To learn more about us, check out our website at www.couplescornercounselling.com

How to Apply

To apply, please send resumes to adcouplescorner@gmail.com. Only those chosen for an interview will be contacted. 


Contact Email adcouplescorner@gmail.com
Family Support Counsellor


Full Time Salaried; Salary Range: $56,000 - $62,0000



English Essential and French Preferred



  • University degree in Social Work
  • Master’s degree in clinical counselling
  • A member in good standing of a regulatory body



  • Experience working with individuals, families, groups and communities; and
  • Experience in social work and/or clinical counselling



  • Excellent communication skills (listening, verbal, and written);
  • Ability to facilitate among diverse groups;
  • Team work skills;
  • Excellent organizational and record keeping skills;
  • Sensitivity and tact in dealing with people under stressful conditions;
  • Experience working with and supervising participants and volunteers, and
  • Experience working and/or living in a military community would be an asset;



The Family Support Counsellor supports and serves the families of Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) members through a wide range of preventative, supportive and proactive services and programs. Family support counselling programs are designed to enhance the CAF community’s social, mental and emotional well-being. The Family Support Counsellor is also responsible for short-term individual counseling and referral (1-3 sessions). The Family Support Counselling is responsible to assist in individual and community crisis situations, and also serve as a referral source for individuals and community.

Knowledge Base:

  • Knowledge of military lifestyle and the unique stressors associated;
  • Knowledge of military resources and how they relate to the entire family;
  • Program design, development, implementation ,facilitation, coordination, and evaluation;
  • Civilian and CAF Mental Health Resources;
  • Crisis intervention;
  • Suicide Prevention;
  • Family Violence;
  • Attachment and separation dynamics and processes (deployment support); and
  • Familiarity with psychological trauma and recovery.



  • Design, implement, facilitate, or coordinate appropriate groups and/or workshops;
  • Coordinate preventative/educational activities, seminars and workshops to the military community;;
  • Promote client empowerment by making available relevant resources, literature, and information on community supports (Family Counsellor Resource Library and Resource / Information Data Base );
  • Ensures that all goals, objectives and performance indicators identified in the annual program plan are achieved; and,
  • Where appropriate, involve and work with volunteers in Mental Health programs.



  • Support, intervene, and ensure prompt intervention and assistance to individuals who are in a crisis situation;
  • Maintain up to date listing/knowledge of community resources for information and referral;
  • Assess, refer, advocate, support and assist the Military Family Members as appropriate;
  • Respond to and participate as deemed appropriate in community crisis circumstances; and
  • Participate in the Base Critical Incident Stress Response Team, Family Violence Team, Base Health & Wellness, and other relevant committees as required.


  • Provide short-term counseling to the Military Community at the MFRC (no more than three sessions);
  • Refer long-term counseling to community, and base resources as deemed appropriate; and
  • Provide ongoing appropriate in-service training to staff and volunteers.


  • Demonstrate a high standard of professional conduct and behavior as reflected in the individual provincial regulatory body
  • Develop and maintain professional linkages with community organizations through relevant committee work and partnerships; and
  • Create and maintain an official confidential record/file which contains intake assessments and ongoing contact information related to individual and community mental health activities and services.
How to Apply

Please send us your resume with an accompanying cover letter describing how your experience meets the skills and requirements of our organization. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Apply by email to:


Megan Beauchamp, Business & Human Resources Manager


New Brunswick MFRC

A45 St. Lawrence Avenue

Oromocto (NB) E2V 4J5

Contact Email NBMFRC.HR@gmail.com

Saint John Psychiatric & Counselling Associates is looking for experienced registered psychotherapists to join our expanding team. As an active member of the clinic, you will provide counselling support to clients referred by various government agencies, insurance companies, private individuals and other third-party organizations. You will work with a variety of clients of different ages and cultural backgrounds, presenting with operational stress injuries, mental health symptoms and/or family/relationship-related concerns to achieve personal, familial, and vocational well-being.

Education: Master's degree in social work or psychology. Must have active registration with provincial professional association of social workers and/or psychology. Must be eligible for registration with the College of Counselling Therapists of New Brunswick.

Personal suitability: Client focus. Dependability. Efficient interpersonal skills. Excellent oral communication. Excellent written communication. Flexibility. Interpersonal awareness. Organized. Reliability. Team player.

Start Date: As soon as possible Hours: You will have the flexibility to determine your hours based on what works best for you and your clients.


How to Apply
Contact Email rothesaypsychology@gmail.com
Project Coordinator

Job overview:
Partners for Youth Inc, is looking to hire a fulltime bilingual Social Worker to fulfill the role of Project Coordinator. Initial 1-year term with possibility of renewal. This is a leadership position with Partners for Youth Inc. The position as the PFY Connect Project Coordinator is a front line staff position with additional roles and responsibilities related to program development and program logistics.

The PFY Connect project supports timely access to counselling therapy for youth ages 14 to 24. A youth in need of support will make an initial connection to the Project Coordinator through a simple referral process. They will then be assessed to ensure the appropriate counselling need is met and then PFY staff will reach out on behalf of the youth to a licensed counselling therapist and make the first appointment for the consenting youth. Follow up will occur with the youth from PFY to confirm appointment and address any barriers to attending, such as transportation. If needed, PFY will support up to 8 sessions of private counselling therapy. This initiative fills a specific gap in mental health support for youth.


Link www.partnersforyouth.ca
How to Apply

Please reply with a cover letter, resume and 3 references by email to jsharpe@RVL.ca. Only those invited for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls please.

Contact Email jsharpe@RVL.ca
St. Thomas University

The School of Social Work, St. Thomas University, invites applications for a 12-month limited-term appointment, to begin July 1, 2023, pending budgetary approval.

St. Thomas University is an undergraduate, liberal arts institution with a full-time enrolment of 1,600. Its students graduate with Bachelor of Arts, Applied Arts, Education, and Bachelor and Master level Social Work degrees.

The School of Social Work currently offers three social work programs: a BSW, an MSW, and the Mi’kmaq/Maliseet Bachelor of Social Work Program (MMBSW). The primary objective of the BSW program is to facilitate student development to a beginning level of practice competence. Our MSW program aims to further student development as advanced structural social work practitioners. The Mi’kmaq/Maliseet program provides First Nations individuals with an opportunity to receive social work education within a flexible and culturally relevant framework.

As a School of Social Work, we are committed to the teaching and development of a structural social work perspective among faculty, students, staff, and the larger community. To achieve this, the School of Social Work has adopted an approach based on the values of openness, respect, collegiality, mutuality, accountability, and reconciliation. First, faculty endeavour to prepare students to practice structural social work by fostering critical thinking and critical self-reflection skills and by teaching the values, ethics, knowledge, and skills required to promote social justice within their practice. Second, we emphasize our responsibility as social workers to assist people in achieving their potential and to work for the development of the social and material conditions which would enable this growth. Third, we understand that this can only occur within a context that seeks ecological justice and lifelong learning.

The School of Social Work is seeking applicants for a 12-month Limited Term Appointment who will have knowledge of critical social work theory, including structural social work, and its application in diverse areas. The successful candidate will be expected to teach six, 3-credit courses, including, but not limited to: Diversity in Social Work and Community Organizing, and be eligible to register in the New Brunswick Association of Social Workers.

How to Apply
Contact Email
Expiry 31/03/2023
Moncton Social Worker 1 (SW01) PCN 1004948 (Comp # 2022-63892e)

** REPOST **


Horizon Health Network is an equal opportunity employer.

COMPETITION #: 2022-63892e

POSTING DATE: March 2, 2023

CLOSING DATE: March 15, 2023



ZONE: Moncton

DEPARTMENT: MONH Correctional Centre

FACILITY: Southeast Regional Correctional Center

POSTING TYPE: Permanent Full Time

JOB TITLE: Social worker

CLASSIFICATION: Social Worker 1 (SW01)

LANGUAGE: English Essential

HOURS OF WORK: Day; Subject to change due to operational requirements

SALARY: $30.9310 to $42.0606 per hour



The Social Worker – Addictions and Mental Health, is responsible for working within an interdisciplinary team to provide a full range of social work services to clients, their families, and communities



•University degree in Social Work. 

•Must be registered and a member in good standing with the New Brunswick Association of Social Workers. 

•Experience would be an asset.

•Ability to attend work on a regular basis.

•Ability to perform the duties of the position.

•Good work record.

•Written and spoken competence in English is required.



The Social Worker – Addictions and Mental Health is responsible for:

•Assessing clients and developing and implementing treatment plans

•Developing and facilitating therapeutic interventions for individuals and groups

•Coordinating services and advocating for clients

•Providing emergency/crises intervention/stabilization services

•Participating in interdisciplinary care planning

•Maintaining clinical records and documentation

•Building relationships with critical stakeholders in government and the community

•Responding to community needs (including schools and other populations/groups)  and participating in capacity building initiatives


Employees are responsible to be aware of and understand Horizon’s Terms of Employment:  http://skyline/EmploymentBenefits/Pages/Terms-of-your-Employment-.aspx



Competencies identified by Horizon Health Network:



•Group Facilitation

•Interpersonal Relations


•Patient/Client Focus

•Problem Solving

•Teamwork and Collaboration


Horizon is committed to enhancing our diverse and inclusive environment for our employees and patients. We believe in a healthcare system that equally supports all people regardless of race, ethnicity, national origin, social background, religion, gender identity or expression, age, disability, or sexual orientation. An environment based on a commitment to diversity and inclusion supports our goal of safe and quality patient care.


We thank all those who apply; however, only those selected for further consideration will be contacted. Note: There will be no further postings for this position should there be no fully qualified applicants. If you wish to be considered for this position and have most of the qualifications as posted and the registration or licensure where required, you are encouraged to apply at this time.


Should testing be required to demonstrate language proficiency, the official results will be shared with the candidate, Human Resources and the requesting manager electronically and will be placed on the personnel file for Horizon hiring purposes.


This competition is open to current employees of Horizon Health Network. Horizon Health Network adheres to all privacy legislation and policies to ensure confidential patient, business, financial and employee information is disclosed only to those authorized to receive it for the purpose of fulfilling their job duties.

Link iTacitPostingFolder@HorizonNB.ca
How to Apply

Applications for this position must be submitted on-line by 11:59 pm on March 15, 2023. HORIZON HEALTH NETWORK WILL ACCEPT ON-LINE APPLICATIONS ONLY. IF YOU WORK FROM A FACILITY THAT DOES NOT HAVE ACCESS TO THE JOB POSTING SITE, EMAIL iTacitPostingFolder@HorizonNB.ca OR TELEPHONE 506-648-7916 FOR ASSISTANCE.

Contact Email iTacitPostingFolder@HorizonNB.ca
Expiry 15/03/2023
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