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Designated First Nations Child Protection Worker

Designated First Nations Child Protection Worker

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Published by KagitaMikam
Employment Opportunity
Sudbury, Ontario
Employment Opportunity
Sudbury, Ontario

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Published by: KagitaMikam on Feb 01, 2013
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JOB POSTING
BARGAINING UNIT VACANCY
 
Job Posting #: OP 13-01-90
Classification Dept/Division/Location Job # Perm/Temp FTEDesignated First NationsChild Protection Worker Floater Screening Team 220 Permanent 1Salary Range: $45,436 - $70,471 annually
JOB FUNCTION:
Under the supervision of the Service Supervisor, the incumbent is responsible for providingcomprehensive Child Welfare services to children, youth and families ensuring their immediate andongoing safety.
QUALIFICATIONSEDUCATION:
 
Bachelor of Social Work degree (B.S.W.) preferred, or a degree in an equivalent field of studywith relevant experience.
EXPERIENCE:
Minimum two (2) years of experience working in child protection services, including working ina French work environment where designated.
Requirements:
Knowledge of relevant legislation, regulations, and Ministry standards (e.g. the Child andFamily Services Act).
 
Good understanding of the agency’s values, service philosophy and objectives.
 
Clinical knowledge of child maltreatment, child development, attachment and separation, andfamily dynamics and knowledge of social work theories, principles, and practices.
Demonstrated clinical and counseling skills to provide assessment, engagement and supportservices to children, youth, families, and alternate care providers.
Familiarity with community resources.
Demonstrated ability to work effectively both independently and within a team.
Demonstrated problem solving, planning, priority-setting, and conflict resolution skills.
Demonstrated presentation skills to represent the society in the community and legalproceedings.
Commitment to acquire and update professional skills and clinical knowledge throughparticipation in training, education, and other professional development opportunities.
Demonstrated interpersonal and collaboration skills to coordinate effectively with a broadvariety of agency departments/staff.
Demonstrated cultural competencies in service delivery.

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