Working With The Nations of Treaty 8
Are you interested in making a difference? Become a part of our team and work with us to bring healing to the families of Treaty 8.
Below you will find all the current positions we have available with our organization:
Employment Opportunity Caregiver Relief Support Worker
Treaty 8 Urban Child and Family Services Office (UCFS) is seeking a dynamic and energetic individual to fill the position as a Caregiver Relief Support Worker reporting to the Caregiver Relief Manager. The Caregiver Relief Support Worker empowers and supports Treaty 8 families and children in these circumstances to maximize their quality of life and reduce their stress, by helping them to access a range of flexible caregiver relief options. This role also involves developing and maintaining internal and external relationships and supporting the Treaty 8 Urban Child and Family Services programs and services to achieve the organization’s strategic goals.
This is full time position with a flexible schedule of 37.5 hours per week including evenings, weekends, and some statutory holidays.
· Recruit individuals and families in Treaty 8 Territory to provide caregiver relief care
· Assist Treaty 8 families through the referral and assessment process.
· Advise Treaty 8 families of all caregiver relief service options and coordinate caregiver relief for approved referrals.
· Assist in matching Treaty 8 families with appropriate respite caregiver(s) if they do not have their own respite caregiver.
· Work collaboratively with Treaty 8 families to develop caregiver relief service plans, to define their goals and encourage feedback on how they would like to shape their service.
· Ensure the caregiver relief services operate within the family’s available funding.
· Promote awareness and connect families to the Treaty 8 Urban CFS Office family wellness resource programs and local resources in the area.
· Maintain appropriate records and collect and prepare relevant statistical data for required reporting and measuring outcomes pertaining to the program.
· Travel to various communities as needed and work flexible hours.
· Provide weekly briefings and monthly reports to the manager regarding the development and progress of the Caregiver Relief Program.
· Work in a self-motivated/independent manner while at the same time taking direction well and contributing as a team member.
· Other duties as required
· Degree in Human Services or a Diploma in Human Services with two years related experience working with children, youth, and families.
· Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, including Teams, Office, Excel, Power Point and Outlook
· Must have a Valid class 5 driver’s license, reliable transportation with $2 million liability insurance, Driver’s Abstract (Must be included with job application).
· Satisfactory Criminal Record Check including Vulnerable Sector and Child Intervention (Welfare) Check- current within three months. (Must be included with job application)
· Knowledge & understanding of Treaty 8 First Nations community, culture and language will be an asset.
Open until suitable candidate found:
Interested applicants can submit cover letter and resume to:
Attention: Human Resources
Phone Number: 780 784-3663
Please include the title of the position you are applying to in the subject line.
WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST!
Only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.
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