Family Healing & Wellness Centre Manager - Little Grand Rapids First Nation (SECFS)

Family Healing & Wellness Centre Manager - Little Grand Rapids First Nation (SECFS)

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Southeast Child & Family Services AgencyPosition: Family Healing & Wellness Centre Manager
Agency: Southeast Child & Family Services

Competition No.: 2019-37
Classification: P8 - $70,101.99 - $85,777.65
Conditions: Full-time, Non - Unionized
Location: Circling Thunderbird Centre - Little Grand Rapids First Nation 
Closing Date: 4:00 pm on June 5, 2019

Southeast Child & Family Services (SECFS) provides a full range of services under the CFS Act, CFS Authorities Act and the Adoptions Act, with the primary responsibility to provide culturally appropriate services to both on and off reserve families and children who have a legal and cultural-affiliation with the First Nation communities served by SECFS.

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Key Accountabilities

  • Recruit for our Winnipeg-based locations as well as remote Communities
  • Provide support to Supervisors and Managers on HR policies and processes
  • Design and develop databases and spreadsheets to support HR projects
  • Track all current and future-based training
  • Provide a wide range of HR services within the context of both unionized and non-unionized environments
  • Travel to all Agency locations
  • Other duties as assignedQualifications

Qualifications & Position Requirements

  • Bachelor's Degree in Social Work from an accredited University, or equivalent training and experience in supervision of a family/children’s residence with a minimum of two (2) years’ experience in case management and the provision of counseling and support services for children, adolescents, and families
  • A demonstrated understanding and appreciation of Anishinaabe cultural beliefs, values, norms, ceremonies, teachings and a commitment to continuous learning, as well as participating and advocating during any opportunity provided by the Agency or community
  • Working knowledge of The Child and Family Services Act; The Personal Health Information Protection Act; relevant regulations and standards; as well as, residential and specialized treatment home licensing
  • Demonstrated experience in the successful oversight of a Program
  • Demonstrated ability to develop quality assurance measures, facilitate community presentations and consultations, and coordinate group decision-making processes through knowledge, ideas, collaboration and persuasion
  • Experience in administrative procedures such as preparing facility service plans and budgets in budget control and financial reports
  • Ability to prepare narrative, statistical and funding reports as well as program policy and procedures for residential services
  • Knowledge of various software packages and computer proficiency
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills are a necessity; and, the ability to speak Ojibwe is a definite asset
  • Regular travel to our designated First Nation Communities to work with and serve our families
  • A valid driver’s license and the use of a personal vehicle for business purposes
  • The successful candidate will require a satisfactory Criminal Record Search; Child Abuse Registry Check; and, Prior Contact Check

How To Apply

We thank all who apply, however, only those selected for interviews will be contacted.


Forward your resume (with 3 references) and cover letter stating clearly how you meet the qualifications stated in this job posting. Please cite the competition number and position in the subject line when submitting by email or fax. Preference will be given to Southeast Community Members and Aboriginal (First Nations, Métis or Inuit) candidates meeting the position requirements

Fax: (204) 594-0499

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