Tsuut'ina Nation Child & Family Services
Generalist Caseworker – Child & Family Services (2 Positions)
Title: Generalist Caseworker
Department: Child & Family Services
Reports to: Tsuut’ina Nation Delegated First Nation Agency – Casework Supervisor
A Generalist Caseworker 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 RESPONSIBILITES
• Provide delegated child intervention and enhancement services as per the Child Youth 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 family 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
• Assessing need for services and permanency planning needs of the children on an assigned caseload
• Conduct intake responsibilities, conduct investigations and/or joint interviews as required
• Court Work required: CFS applications, court hearings, case conferences, Nation Designate consultations
• Bachelor of Social Work or equivalent (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 the ability to assess family functioning, needs, risks and strengths
• Knowledge of the Signs of Safety approach to child 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/after-hours rotation which includes evenings, weekends and holidays.
• Possess knowledge or experience working with Indigenous families, cultures and/or language.
• Experience working in a front line 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: June 18, 2020
COMPETITION CLOSED: July 2, 2020
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 3 month probationary period at the commencement of his or her employment.
Please apply in writing, including a resume to:
Tsuu t’ina Nation Human Resources Department
9911 Chiila Boulevard, Tsuut’ina, Alberta T2W 6H6