BLENDED CHILD WELFARE CASE MANAGERS
1 - Full Time Permanent,
Location: Pic Mobert First Nation
Closing Date: March 2, 2021
The Child Welfare Case Manager is responsible for providing children’s services and child protection services by performing Children’s Services, Intake and Ongoing Protection Services, in accordance with provisions of Dilico Anishinabek Family Care’s Mikinaak Service model, the Child and Family Services Act, Ministerial Regulations and Standards, protocols and policies and procedures. The Child Welfare Case Manager will be readily available to cover vacant positions and provide service where need is identified.
Qualifications and Requirements: A minimum two-year Human Services Worker Diploma is required. Post-Secondary education with child welfare experience will be considered. A minimum two years experience with Anishinabek children, youth, individuals and families and communities; candidates without the specific education qualifications and who possess an appropriate combination of experience and other academic qualifications will also be considered. 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: 32.5 hours per week
Must have: A satisfactory Criminal Records Search with Vulnerable Sectors; 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; Must possess a Class “G” Driver’s Licence with $1 million liability insurance, possess a clean driving record and have access to a personal vehicle.
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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.