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FULL TIME TERM POSITION as funding permits
EARLY YEARS COMMUNITY SUPPORT
STURGEON LAKE CREE NATION
Join a team of professional staff serving Western Cree Tribal Council member Nations. This employment opportunity will be located at the First Nation. Interested applicants should possess the following skills and qualifications:
Provide any information related to the Early Years programs and services to the Sturgeon Lake Cree Nation community.
Work closely with Educators, Parents and Therapists to make appropriate referrals to meet childrens educational needs.
Consult with and make recommendations to Parents/Guardians on issues that affect their child(ren).
Develop and maintain effective working relationships within the community across all service and academic programs at all levels.
Assist with the coordination and scheduling of occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech and language pathology & psychology providers.
Participate in First Nation interagency and support groups as required.
Ability to make decisions while working independently.
Establish contacts and relationships with the program, agencies and government organizations for the purpose of connecting with the child and parents.
Will work in conjunction with the Western Cree Tribal Council Director of Education.
Qualifications: Experience in educational system. Experience working with parents/young children is required. Understanding and experience working within the First Nation communities. Awareness of local cultural protocol. Must have clear Criminal Record Check and Child Welfare Information Check. Must possess a valid Driver's License and reliable transportation.
Salary Range: Salary to commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Closing Date: January 30, 2020 at 4:00 P.M.
Please fax, mail or email resume in confidence to:
Western Cree Tribal Council
Attention: Elaine Goodswimmer
Valleyview, AB T0H 3N0
We appreciate the interest of all applicants; however, we will contact only those selected for interviews.
(Child Protection/Family Enhancement)
Sturgeon Lake Cree Nation
Join a team of professional child youth and family enhancement staff serving children of Western Cree Tribal Council member Nations. This position is based out of the office on the Sturgeon Lake Cree Nation and will be responsible for caseloads within the three nations. You will provide diversified case management and assessing services to children and families in need. Your priorities will include support to families in need and protection of children at risk. you are a dedicated team player who works closely with community, with other programs and with community committees to ensure that a range of services is effectively coordinated to meet the needs of families. Your professional preparation, your ability to innovate, your well-developed interpersonal skills, and your dedication to the well being of children and families and their communities will ensure a quality service. Knowledge of the Cree nation culture and language is a definite asset. You will also be required to be on the On-Call/Intake rotation list.
Qualifications: A BSW/MSW, or diploma in the social sciences with at least 3 years of frontline experience. Must have clear CYIM & Criminal Record Check.
Salary Range: Dependent on qualifications and experience.
Closing Date: January 16, 2020 at 4:30 p.m.
Please send your resume and copy of certificates in confidence to:
Western Cree Tribal Council Child Youth & Family Enhancement
Valleyview, AB T0H 3N0
Attention: Charline Cardinal
Criminal Records & CYIM checks are required
Note: Only successful candidates will be contacted for an interview.
Telephone interviews will not be accepted.
The Western Cree Tribal Council is currently accepting resumes to work on a casual or on-call basis for:
(WCTC Main Office located at Sturgeon Lake Cree Nation)
This position is required to fill-in for our full-time receptionist while away due to vacation/sick days and family medicals.
Duties will include greeting and assisting visitors, answering phones and directing calls, computer work and assisting staff when required.
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