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The Family Preservation Worker is a full time, professional position.
The Family Preservation worker will acknowledge and integrate
cultural competence and abide by all community values, traditions
and protocols. The Family Preservation Worker will work within
the Community Care Program as part of the team. Services to be
provided within the context of a home based method of practice.

  • Social Work Diploma or related field;
  • Knowledge of best practices in child welfare ie) strength

 based approach;

  • A minimum of two (2) years’ experience in case management

 in the area of social work;

  • Experience in assessing client and family strengths and needs,

 and in preparing family assessments and service plans. Possess
 strong written, communication and computer skills;

  • Knowledge and experience in traditional contemporary healing

 practices, and experience in working with elders, healers and
 cultural resources;

  • Ability to speak anishinabemowin is an asset;
  • Must have an understanding of Seine River First Nation Customs

 and Values;

  • Experience and or commitments to non punitive, healing practice.
  • Thorough knowledge of Child and Family Services Act and

 Regulations specifically Part X (10) services;

  • Knowledge of child development, parenting education and

 community and district resources.

  • Must have own vehicle or have access to one and produce valid

 class G driver’s license.
SALARY: Negotiable based on experience and qualifications.
DEADLINE: February 16, 2018 at 4:30 p.m.
Please send resume, with three job related references, Attention:
Community Care Supervisor or Director of Services at Seine River
First Nation, P.O. Box 124, Mine Centre, Ontario P0W 1H0. Late
applications will be returned unopened. Only successful applicants
will be contacted for interviews. In person interviews only, no
telephone interviews. Successful candidates will be required to
submit recent Vulnerable Sector Check and Drivers Abstract.
Complete job descriptions are available at the Administrative
office. Priority will be given to Community Members with the same