DISTRICT CASE MANAGER
1-Permanent Full Time,
Location: Gull Bay First Nation, ON
Closing Date: Open Until Filled
The District Case Manager is responsible for providing the protection of children by performing duties of Protection, Child Care and Emergency After Hours as may be required, in accordance with provisions of the Child and Family Services Act, Ministry Regulations and Standards, Abuse Protocols, Risk Assessment Tool and Dilico Anishinabek Family Care policies and procedures.
Qualifications and Requirements: A minimum Native Child and Family Services or Social Service Worker diploma is required. A four-year HBSW is preferred. A BA in a related discipline will also be considered with a combination related work experience. Child welfare experience preferred; a minimum two years experience with Anishinabek children, youth, individuals and families; preferably Child Welfare experience; Candidates without the specific education qualifications and where the position does not require certified qualification to practice, but who possess an appropriate combination of experience and other academic qualifications will also be considered.
Hours of Work: 60 hours bi-weekly (2 week working rotation - 10 hour days x 6 days per week for 2 weeks followed by 2 weeks off)
Must have: A satisfactory criminal records check; required to work flexible hours, travel regularly and to act on an “on-call” basis as determined by the respective Service Manager in relation to service requirements; a valid Class “G” Driver’s License; access to a reliable, personal vehicle; and $1,000,000 liability vehicle insurance.
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Please forward cover letter, resume and employment application to:
Dilico Anishinabek Family Care
200 Anemki Place
Fort William First Nation, ON P7J 1L6
Telephone: (807) 623-8511
Only Those Considered For An Interview Will Be Contacted.
Dilico is committed to diversity in the workplace and encourages applications from all qualified candidates.
Dilico gives preference to Anishinabek people