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On-Call After Hours Worker
The On-Call After Hours Worker is a casual employment position.
Under the direction of the on-call supervisor, the on-call worker is responsible for responding to all calls received by the agency outside of normal office hours. This person is responsible for the provision of a broad range of child welfare services including intake, assessment, and clinical interventions with children and their families. This person will be required to initiate investigations of abuse/neglect, offer crisis intervention services, provide emergency financial assistance, admit children into care, and ensure that children living either in their own home, or children in the care of the agency, are safe and protected.
The position requires the skill and ability to engage with both voluntary and involuntary clients; knowledge of child development; the ability to work independently; the ability to prioritize; excellent communication skills; the ability to be non judgmental, exercise good judgment, maintain objectivity when working under pressure; and the ability to work cooperatively with other service providers.
On-Call Training is provided by the Agency.
Casual/Relief 1-1 Worker
The One-to-One Worker is a casual/relief program position. The One-to-One Worker is responsible for the direct supervision of high risk and special needs children. The One-to-One Worker ensures the needs of the child are met according to Anishinaabe Abinoojii Family Services philosophy, First Nation standards, and Provincial regulations and standards.
Live In Caregivers
Anishinaabe Abinoojii Family Services is currently looking for a mature couple to provide a secure, stable and nurturing environment for youth ages 12-17.
You will be provided with the following:
- Furnished accommodations
- Grocery Allowance
- Tax free per diem
- personal hygiene items for the youth
- cable, heat and utilities
- Allowances for the youth's expenses
- Regular Respite
What’s Happening Here?
Jubilee Church, Kenora
Every Tuesday and Wednesday night agency staff have taken it upon themselves to organize a "soup kitchen" for the less fortunate of Kenora. Anyone needing a hot meal is welcome to come by.
We are always in need of volunteers, food and monetary donations that will assist with the cause.
For more information see our Facebook page; Helping Hands Kenora
The Latest Agency News
January 3, 2018On January 1st, 2018 Ontario increased the age of protection to include all children under the age of 18 years. By increasing the age of protection, 16 and 17 years old who are in need of pr… Read article
September 27, 2016As of Friday, September 30th, 2016, there is a change in Child Welfare After Hours services provided in Dryden, Kenora and Ignace. Anishinaabe Abinoojii Family Services (AAFS) will be prov… Read article