We are committed to recruiting a diverse workforce that represents the First Nations communities that we serve.
Preference will be given to Internal and/or Indigenous applicants. Please self-identify upon applying.

AAFS requires all employees, contractors, students, and volunteers to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, absent of a valid medical exemption or other reasonable consideration pursuant to the Human Rights Code of Ontario.

AAFS welcomes and encourages applications from peoples with disabilities. Accommodations are available upon request.

We are always recruiting Casual/Relief One to One Workers and On Call/After Hours Workers.  If you have an interest in working with children and youth, please apply to our Alternative Care Resource Manager Sandy Carlson for One to One work or our On-Call Coordinator Maureen Thomas for After Hours work.

20 Main Street South, Kenora ON., P9N 1S7, Phone: 807 468-6224, Fax: 807 468-6643, or by Email: Sandy.Carlson@aafs.ca or Maureen.Thomas@aafs.ca

Job Opportunities

Child Welfare Worker

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: Internal/External Posting Child Welfare Worker Contract Position for one year with possible extension Location: Kenora   POSITION SUMMARY: The Child Welfare Worker (CWW) is a full-time program position. This position is responsible for

Education Liaison

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY – Internal/External Education Liaison Worker Full Time Contract Position for one year with possible extension Location – Kenora POSITION SUMMARY: The Education Liaison Worker is a temporary program support position. The Education Liaison

COVID-19 Crisis Response Worker

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY – INTERNAL/EXTERNAL COVID-19 Crisis Response Worker   Full Time Contract Position until September 30, 2022 Location – Animakee Wa Zhing   POSITION SUMMARY: The COVID-19 Crisis Response Worker (C-19CRW) is full-time temporary contract

Residential Youth Workers – Casual

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Residential Youth Workers Casual Positions Location – Dryden POSITION SUMMARY: The Residential Youth Worker (RYW) is responsible for providing direct supervision to youth who have been placed in the Agency Operated Group Home.

After Hours Retainer One-One Worker (Casual/ Relief)

We invite applications for the following positions: After Hours Retainer One-One Worker (Casual/Relief) Location: Kenora   The On-call Retainer is part of the On-Call Team, which provides after-hours emergency child protection services. Under the direction

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

On-Call After Hours Worker

Description 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

Anishinaabe Abinoojii Family Services Internal Postings are open to:

all AAFS employees and devolved communities except those on probation, having completed at least (6) six months of continuous employment and registered band members or residents of at least one year of the fourteen First Nations we serve.