• Full Time
  • Anywhere

Tsuut'ina Child & Family Services

Title:                      Generalist Case Worker

Department:      Child and Family Services

Reports to:         Tsuut’ina Nation Delegated First Nation Agency – Caseworker Supervisor
Job Summery


A Generalist Casework provides a full range of Child Intervention and Family Enhancement Services to Children and Families in a collaborative holistic manner working in a supportive team environment.


Duties and responsibilities

·         Provide delegated Child Intervention and Enhancement services as per the Child and Family Enhancement Act of Alberta to the Children Youth and Families of Tsuut’ina Nation.

·         Work collaboratively to follow up with referrals and utilize Community Resources.

·         Develop safety plans and facilitating group conferencing.

·         Determining and assessing risk to children.

·         Evaluate client progress and provide support to children and families using a strength based approach and trauma informed sensitivity.

·         Delegated case management duties, maintaining child intervention files and data entry.

·         Assess needs for services and permanency planning needs of the children on an assigned caseload.

·         Conduct intake responsibilities and or joint interviews as required.

·         Court work required; CFS applications, court hearings, case work, case conferences, Nation Designate consultations.



·         Bachelor of Social Work or equivalent ie. Human Services Degree plus some direct related experience working with Children and Families.

·         Must have completed Delegation training within the Province of Alberta.

·         Must have strong verbal and written assessment skills as well as ability to assess family function needs, risks and strengths.

·         Knowledge of the signs of safety approach to Children Protection Practice.

·         Must have flexibility in their schedule as the agency provides 24/7 service, Delegated staff are required to participate in an on call/afterhours rotation which includes evenings weekends and Holidays.

·         Mentor experience working with indigenous families, cultures and or language.

·         Experience working in a frontline Child Protection role is essential.

·         Valid Alberta driver’s license and access to a reliable vehicle.

·         Final candidates for this position will be asked to provide verification of completed criminal record check, intervention record check and proof of academia.



Competition open: December 10, 2020


Competition closed: When a suitable candidate are found.


Note: Please note that this organization adheres to sections 1-9 of the aboriginal employee preference policy for selection and displacement. Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.


The successful candidate will be under a three month probationary period at the commencement of his or her employment.


Please apply in writing including a resume to: Tsuut’ina Human Resources Department

9911 Chiila Blvd, Tsuut’ina, Alberta T2W 6H6 Email: Jobs@tsuutina.com

To apply for this job email your details to jobs@tsuutina.com