Emergency Receiving Home Child Support Workers

4 Full-Time Positions Available
2 Casual Positions Available

The Child Support Worker is responsible on a 12-hour basis for to provide a safe/nurturing environment in a residential setting to ensure the physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual needs of the children are met. This position is strictly within the policies and guidelines set by the Flying Dust First Nation.

Qualifications

  • Ensure the best interests of the children is foremost.
  • Provide a positive, safe and structured environment.
  • Follow a strict code of confidentiality at all times.
  • Report any suspected abuse to the coordinator.
  • Ensure all needs are met for shelter, food and clothing.
  • Maintain each residents file as outlined in the operational manual and in accordance to the case plan.
  • Will be responsible for the daily operations and organization of the home.
  • Maintain daily reporting requirements and ensure adherence to the FDFN Personnel and Financial Policy along with the Residents Operation and Program Manual for each home.
  • Compose, collect and submit daily, weekly, monthly statistical data to the coordinator.
  • Report verbally and in writing daily to the coordinators.
  • Ensuring the 24-hour homes, buildings and vehicles are maintained to the code outlined in the policies, procedures and manuals.
  • Maintain relevant training requirements as specified in this role and be open to any additional training, workshops or personal development that will enhance the service delivery of FDFN programs.

All applicants must possess the following requirements:

  • Early childhood education/youth Worker certificate and/or other certification in the basic human services field and/or Grade 12 diploma with three (3) years child/youth care experience
  • First aid and CPR, ASSIST and Food Safe Handling Certificates
  • Crisis intervention training
  • Knowledge of holistic model of health and wellness programs
  • Knowledge of childhood growth, development, behaviour and community resources
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license, SGI Driving Record required
  • Must be able to do shift rotational work
  • High level of integrity, confidentiality and accountability
  • Make positive lifestyle choices, addictions free and a good role model
  • Must have a valid drivers license
  • Must be a team player
  • Current Criminal Record Check from RCMP

Interested applicants must submit COVER LETTER, RESUME, THREE (3) CURRENT REFERENCES (2 Work Related references from a direct supervisor/manager and 1 character reference.

DEADLINE TO APPLY: May 29th 2020

Attn: Anne Caron, Human Resource / Safety Manager
Flying Dust First Nation – Human Resource Division
8001 – Flying Dust Reserve
Meadow Lake SK S9X 1T8

E: human.resources@flyingdust.net
F: 306 236 3373

LATE OR INCOMPLETE applications will not be considered. We appreciate your interest, however, only those selected for an Interview will be contacted.