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THE ANISHINAABEG OF
NAONGASHIING
Invites applications for the position of

CHILD-IN-CARE WORKER
(1) POSITION

Anishinaabeg of Naongashiing is a member community of
Weech-it-te-win Family Services which is mandated to service 10
communities in its care of families. The principal responsibility of
case management and service provision on the frontline rests with
the Child-In-Care Worker. The CIC Worker will be the primary worker
as well as the case manager and the person clients refer to and deal
with most. The Child-In-Care Worker will report to the Anishinaabeg
of Naongashiing Community Care Program Supervisor. The ChildIn-Care Worker will submit reports verbally and in writing as required
by the Anishinaabeg of Naongashiing Family Service Supervisor on
caseload; services rendered, service responsibilities with respect to
the First Nation Policy by the AON Service Supervisor. Guidance in
relation to case management and service provision roles of the CIC
Worker will be provided by the AON Family Service supervisor on a
day to day basis.
DUTIES:
The duties of the Child-In-Care Worker are grouped, under four major
functions, the following are just some of the duties. The full job
description is available upon request.
CHILD-IN-CARE WORKER
1. Follow-up referral concerning the needs of the child(ren) and who
are members of the Anishinaabeg of Naongashiing living on or
off reserve;
2. Investigate, review and assess the need for care and support of the
referral child(ren).
SERVICE PROVIDER
The Child-In-Care Worker will provide primary care and support
to children and families requiring services as determined by the
approved service plan of the First Nation. In this role, the Child-InCare Worker will:
1. Provide continuing support and advice to caregivers(s) under
customary care protection cases where the child(ren) is placed into
care within the community;
2. Exercise responsibility as the primary worker on behalf of AON in
protection cases where child(ren) are in care.
CHILD-IN-CARE ADMINISTRATION
The Child-In-Care Worker will administer the services of alternative
care programming in accordance with AON policy and direction. In this
role the Child-In-Care Worker will:
1. Access the needs of children and families and develops service
plans which address the needs;
2. Make referrals, coordinate and monitor all internal and external
service provisions for children in care and their families;
3. Maintains Child-In-Care master files with case management
documentation reflective of file compliance standards.
SERVICES ADMINISTRATION
The Child in Care Worker will administer the community care program
of AON for the child(ren) and their families in accordance with the AON
Policy and direction. In this role the Child-In-Care Worker will:
1. Schedule and orient back up workers ensuring that there is always
someone “On Call” to address emergencies when the Child-In-Care
Worker must be absent from the community;
2. Inform the Community Resource Team and AON Community Care
Supervisor at all times of the name and means of contact to the
back-up worker;
3. Prepare monthly and annual reports on services for AON
Administration and special reports, on request, for the AON
Community Care Supervisor or Community Resource Team.
QUALIFICATIONS:
1. A University Degree in Social Work with experience in social work in
the child welfare environment or the equivalent combination of
formal training and experience;
OR
2. Accredited College Diploma in social work or a related field.
3. Commitment to providing services in ways that respect Anishinaabe
Culture and spiritual practices.
APPLICATIONS 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.

SUBMIT APPLICATIONS TO:
Gina Maxfield, First Nation Manager
fnmanager@naongashiing.ca
Anishinaabeg of Naongashiing
P.O. Box 335,
Morson, ON P0W 1J0
Phone number: 807 488-5602 or 807-488-5942
DEADLINE TO APPLY: WEDNESDAY JUNE 19TH, 2019