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Invites applications for the position of

Reporting to the Director of Family Services, the Case Aide Worker is
responsible for providing support to the front-line workers of the CCP team
responsible for case management services to children in care and families
for which they service. This is a contract term position.
The role of the Case Aide is based on establishing a trusting relationship
with families and individuals in order to help and to support them and
as such will not undertake protection responsibilities within the team,
however still has a duty to report.

  • Community college diploma or high school diploma with 2 years direct

related experience. However, others with a combination of skills,
education and experience that would allow them to do the job may
be considered;

  • Basic knowledge of the Child, Youth and Family Services Act and

supporting regulations;

  • Sound knowledge of customary care and the philosophy of service

delivery, the community and family structure as well as the First Nation
customs and traditions;

  • Working knowledge of the administrative structure and operations of

Weechi-it-te-win Family Services including the service deliver model,
policies, procedures and guidelines;

  • Strong commitment to help children and their families by providing

support services in a way that respect the First Nations’ cultural and
spiritual practices;

  • Commitment to provide support services in the Anishinaabe context of

extended family and community involvement;

  • Committed to ensure the highest level of confidentiality at all times;
  • Ability to establish and maintain purposeful relationships with staff,

management, children and their families and caregivers;

  • Ability to take direction and work within the philosophy, policies,

procedures and guidelines;

  • Experience working with high risk and special needs children;
  • General knowledge of children’s developmental needs;
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and enjoy being with children and families;
  • Good oral and written communication skills and to prepare detailed

case notes;

  • Current First Aid and CPR certificates;
  • Ability to flex daily work hours as determined by the supervisor


  • Must be able to provide current Criminal Reference Check

satisfactory to the First Nation;

  • Must adhere to the Rainy River First Nations’ Drug Testing Policy;
  • Must have the ability to work flexible work hours, which may include

evenings and weekends;

  • Must have valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle.

Please apply in writing by 4:00 PM Friday May 17, 2019. Applications
must include a cover letter, current resume, three (3) employment related
references, two of which must be from a current or recent supervisor, with
written permission to contact the references.
Complete Job Description available upon request.
Please submit application to:
Verna DeBungie – Human Resources
Rainy River First Nations
Box 450 Emo, ON P0W 1E0
For further information, please contact Verna DeBungie at (807) 482-2479
ext. 249.
We thank all applicants but only those invited for an interview will be contacted.
The Rainy River First Nation is an equal opportunity employer.