Emergency Receiving Home Coordinator

One Full-Time Position Available

The Emergency Receiving Home Coordinator is responsible for the comprehensive management of the homes. The coordinator must manage all aspects of the program strictly within the policies and guidelines set by the Flying Dust First Nation. The objective of this program is to provide direct support services to Emergency Receiving Homes and the Emergency Receiving Home Child Support Workers.


  • Recruit and train individuals as Emergency Receiving Home Child Care Support workers.
  • Ensure all service delivery mandates and reporting requirements are adhered to as required by the Child and Family Services Act and Flying Dust First Nation.
  • Provide leadership/advocacy/public education through participation and support for the ongoing developmental process of the workers/communities/families/children involved in the Emergency Receiving Home program
  • Attend monthly staff meetings and case conferences, provide monthly meetings for the Child Care Support workers.
  • Be an advocate and support system for the Child Care Workers and children in the homes.
  • Direct supervision and support of the Emergency Receiving Home Child Care Support workers
  • Provide information to the department as requested by the department to fulfill its obligations under The Child and Family Services Act.
  • Be a liaison with the Child & Family Services Department-MLTC and the children in the homes.
  • Ensure tools, resources and equipment are available for the homes.
  • Must work with on scheduling for the Child Care Workers.
  • Responsible for the day to day operations of two homes.
  • Maintain and manage inventory supplies efficiently.
  • Participates in professional development and training as required.

All applicants must possess the following requirements:

  • A Bachelor of Social Work Degree/ Bachelor of Indian Social Work Degree and or relevant training and experience will be considered
  • Must have knowledge pertaining to the Child and Family Services Act
  • Effective case management/consultations/reviews; collaboration with communities and respective agencies involved in/with the Ministry of Social Services
  • Must be able to provide community based intensive and holistic support services to children and families at risk of abuse and neglect.
  • Must be knowledgeable of residential agency operations.
  • Must be knowledgeable of both administrative and program needs financial planning, management procedures, computer skills combined with skills in personnel management.
  • 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 positive role model
  • 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.