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Invites applications for the position of


The Community Care Supervisor is a full-time position and an upper
management position with the Anishinaabeg of Naongashiing. The
CCP Supervisor reports directly to the First Nation Manager. The
CCP Supervisor is responsible for the administration, planning, and
implementation of the Anishinaabeg of Naongashiing Family Service
Policy and administers the service agreement of Weech-It-Te-Win
Family Services Inc.
1. Reviews and plans First Nation Policies from time to time with
other staff and makes policy recommendations for the development,
implementation and administration of the Family Services Program
to the First Nation Manager;
2. Directs and supervises the case management and service provision
activities of staff providing Child and Family Services:

  • Conducts a weekly review of the status of cases in each

employee caseload;

  • Reviews client assessment and service plans;
  • Reviews services provision and coordination and ensures

compliance with program policy and procedures;
3. Ensures the establishment of case records for each client and
complete service data on all cases currently in service;
4. Ensures that community members are informed about Community
Support services provided by First Nation and external sources;
5. Ensures the regular review of case progress and outcome against
the service plan for each client;
6. Drafts budgets specific to community support services programs,
monitors these expenditures and reports them to the First Nation
7. Monitor, scheduling and maintenance of FN on-call workers
8. Performs other duties as assigned by the First Nation Manager.
1. A University Degree in Social Work and five years of experience
in social work with the child welfare environment or the equivalent
combination of formal training and experience;
2. Accredited College Diploma in social work or a related field plus a
minimum of five years’ experience in the provision and management
of a First Nation or other Anishinaabe health and social services
and minimum of 2 years’ experience in supervising staff and/or
program management.
3. Commitment to providing services in ways that respect Anishinaabe
Culture and spiritual practices.
Application must include:

  • Cover Letter – signed and dated
  • Resume
  • Three References (one must be employment related) along with

written permission to contact references

  • Applications submitted without all above required documentation will

not be considered

  • Only those selected for an interview will be contacted
  • Complete job descriptions are available upon request.

Submit Applications to:
Gina Maxfield, First Nation Manager
Anishinaabeg of Naongashiing
P.O. Box 335,
Morson, ON P0W 1J0
Phone number: (807) 488-5602
Fax number: (807) 488-5756 or 488-5942
Deadline to apply: Friday, May 17, 2019.