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WEECH-IT-TE-WIN FAMILY SERVICES
invites applications for the position of

COMMUNITY SUPPORT TECHNICIAN
– (1) POSITION
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The Community Support Technician (CST) is a full time permanent
professional position. The CST is responsible for assisting respective
Community Care teams to build capacity in all areas of team activities.
The CST is the primary liaison between the agency and the First Nation
Community Care Teams. The CST ensures that the child welfare services
provided by the First Nation Community Care Teams are managed and
delivered in accordance with the agency’s commitment to a bi-cultural
practice model and all applicable Ministry, Agency and First Nation
standards, by ensuring the Community Codes of the First Nations are
considered. The CST will assist the First Nation Community Care Teams
with mentoring, training and capacity building initiatives in the area of
the child welfare prevention and protection services, to maximize service
delivery functions and outcomes for children and their families. The CST
will conduct quarterly assessment review and make recommendations to
the Naaniigaan Abinoojii Manager for consideration of overall decentralized
model and enhancement opportunities for their respective First Nations.
RESPONSIBILITY
The Community Support Technician will report to the Naaniigaan Abinoojii
Manager.
QUALIFICATIONS
1. Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from an accredited university; or
Diploma in Social Services with experience working with families;
2. Working knowledge of the CYFSA and comprehensive knowledge of
Customary Care practices and applications;
3. A minimum of 2 years of experience in case management and the
provision of family preservation services;
4. Knowledge and experience in traditional and contemporary healing
practices and experience;
5. Working knowledge of Weechi-it-te-win’s service delivery model, and its
policies and procedures
6. Experience in and/or commitment to the development of alternative,
non- punitive, healing approaches that are derived from traditional
Anishinaabe culture.
7. Ability to demonstrate and promote the Naaniigaan Abinoojii best
practice for children and their families,
8. Ability to demonstrate a well-balanced work ethic and personal
lifestyle.
Application must include:
3 Cover Letter – signed and dated
3 Resume
3 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 available upon request

SUBMIT APPLICATIONS TO:
DEADLINE TO SUBMIT APPLICATION:
Candace Morrisseau
Friday, May 17, 2019 4:00 pm
Weechi-it-te-win Family Services
P.O. Box 812
Fort Frances ON P9A 3N1
Phone number: (807) 274-3201 ext. 4021
Fax number: (807) 274-8435
Email to: candace.morrisseau@weechi.ca