Position: Case Aide
Agency: Anishinaabe Child & Family Services
Conditions: Permanent Full Time
Location: Winnipeg Outreach Office
Closing Date: May 21, 2019 @12:00 Noon
The Anishinaabe Child & Family Service Agency (ACFS) delivers mandated services and programs in a manner which will maintain and strengthen the individual, the family and the First Nations community with the context of aboriginal values and customs. The goal of our work is to protect our children, promote family wellness, and strengthen our community.
Anishinaabe Child & Family Services is seeking one (1) full-time permanent Child & Family Services Worker – Youth Transitional Unit to work out of the Outreach Office on 56-1313 Border Street in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Under the direction and supervision of the unit Supervisor, the Child & Family Services Worker (CFSW) manages a case load of youth in care under Anishinaabe Child & Family Services. The worker is responsible for case planning, case documentation, monitoring referrals, on-going assessment and evaluation. The CFSW offers assistance to youth and families through basic counselling, advocacy and support as required. The CFSW empowers youth in successfully transitioning to adulthood.
- Management of case load as assigned by Supervisor.
- On-going assessment and evaluation of youth.
- Maybe required to attend court.
- Function as an effective team member.
- Referrals to other resources as needed.
- Network with external/internal collaterals.
Qualifications / Requirements:
- Bachelor of Social Work Degree or a minimum of 3 years work experience related to Child Welfare.
- Excellent assessment skills, youth behaviour management skills and sound knowledge of separation and attached issues.
- Excellent communication, problem solving, computer and evaluation skills.
- Good working knowledge of Provincial Legislation and Standards, Child & Family Services Act and CFSIS/IM (Child & Family Services Information System/Intake Module.
- Experience working with High Risk Youth.
- Maybe required to work after hours.
- Ability to take direction.
- Ability to work as a team member self-motivated and organized.
- Knowledge and understanding of First Nations traditional values and beliefs.
- Ability to speak an Aboriginal language an asset.
- Knowledge of resources and collateral services available in the city of Winnipeg.
- Must have own vehicle and driver’s license.
- Must provide a clear Child Abuse Registry and Criminal Records Check.