CONTRACT to Mar 31/20 ( X 2 positions Kenora) ( X 2 positions Dryden)
The Nii goni Counsellor (BCC-NGP) involves aspects of case management counselling by acknowledging and integrating cultural competency and congruent services to provide best practices and traditional activities for temporary and long-term children in care, ages 0-12 years. Niigoni services are also extended to caregivers and family members to create a culturally safe network. The duties are multi-faceted and are guided by the Anishinaabemowin principles, while adhering to the provincial and federal child welfare legislation. Niigoni counsellors are also involved in case planning and intervention services.
MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The major duties and responsibilities of the Niigoni Counsellor include: program and service delivery and program delivery, documentation and reporting and participates in the overall organizational strategic plan. The incumbent is responsible for related functions that encompass but not limited to: program service delivery and support, documentation and reporting requirements.
- B.S.W. with a minimum of three (3) years’ direct experience. A combination of related education, experience and skills may be considered;
- Bachelor of Social Work with minimum of three years direct related experience. A combination of education and experience will be considered;
- Knowledge of the Child and Family Services Act and Regulations;
- Knowledge of developmental stages of children ages 0-12 including the Traditional Life Stages as understood by the northern communities in Treaty #3;
- Knowledge of the Abinooji Inakonigewin, Community Codes, Child, Youth and Family Service Act with attention to Customary Care and Custom Adoption policies, practices and services;
- Understanding of local customs and traditions and have a community minded approach;
- Knowledge of systems theory and its application to children and families including a clear understanding between clinical and culturally determined behaviors;
- Working knowledge and experience in a variety of computer programs including: Microsoft Office Suite, Dayforce HCM and service-based systems;
- Excellent time management with the ability to plan accordingly to flocculate project timelines and goals;
- Must possess a valid Ontario “G” Driver’s License and the willingness to travel upon request;
- Current First Aid and CPR Certificates would be an asset; and
- Ability to speak Anishinaabemowin is considered an asset.
Normally performed in a typical interior office environment generally working at a set schedule of standard business hours, located in the offices of AAFS. The position will require sitting for long periods of time at a desk, perhaps sharing a work space with other colleagues. The incumbent will be required to work in an atmosphere adhering to strict deadlines and at times consisting of repetitive duties that may involve a computer, website, telephone and faxing requirements. Periodic travel is also required.
Salary Range: $64,414 – $79,000 per annum and is dependent on education, experience and skills.
AAFS welcomes and encourages applications from peoples with disabilities. Accommodations are available upon request
IF THIS EXCITING OPPORTUNITY INTERESTS YOU, PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR
RESUME BY JULY 23, 2019 @ 4:30 WITH COVER LETTER QUOTING FILE # NC20190709 TO:
Manager of Human Resources c/o Main Street South, Kenora, Ontario P9N 1S7
Fax: (807) 548-1345 or by E-mail: AAFS. email@example.com
All interviewees must submit a current Vulnerable Sector Check and Drivers Abstract at time of interview.
[DB1]Confirm proper NIIGONI, NII-GONI, NII GONI