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    Yorkton Tribal Council Child and Family Sevices Yorkton, SK, Canada
    Position Summary: The Yorkton Tribal Council Child and Family Services (YTCCFS) Inc. is seeking a FT – Term Integrated Family Service Worker based out of the YTCCFS Inc. Central Office in Yorkton SK. The Integrated Family Service Worker; Under the supervision of the Area Program Manager; will provide a holistic approach to the wellness of the child, the family, and the community, that is based on the culture, traditions and practices involving Elders and Child First Committees along the continuum of care for children, and, to assess and plan for cultural and professional interventions with families. The Integrated Family Service Worker will work collaboratively with Elders and Child First Committees and the First Nations Community based programs/services and the YTCCFS Inc. programs. Working in conjunction with the Prevention Services Workers, the Child First Committees and the Area Program Manager, The Integrated Family Service Worker will provide early intervention for at risk families and ensure children are safe by providing access to a range of developmental services for children and families.   Qualifications : Knowledge and commitment to the FSIN Child Welfare and Family Support Act , the Child and Family Services Act of Saskatchewan , INAC Child and Family Services, and the INAC Saskatchewan Region Child in Care Policy. Knowledge of Cree, Saulteaux, Nakota and Dakota culture and language as well as the political and social objectives of the member First Nations. A Bachelor of Indian Social Work or a Bachelor of Social Work or a Bachelor level degree in a directly related field. Ability to utilize computer software and hardware programs. Ability to apply and utilize case management tools and methodologies. Ability to make decisions using sound judgment in difficult or ambiguous situations. Demonstrated organizational and time management skills Ability to maintain accurate and current information and documentation relating to case files. Ability to investigate, assess, identify risks and develop an action plan to ensure the safety and well-being of children. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to monitor compliance of the objectives of case plans with clients and families. Must provide a Current Criminal Record check and Vulnerable Sector Check Must provide a Current Saskatchewan Driver’s Abstract and have access to a reliable vehicle. Able to work some evenings and weekends and participate in the On-Call Rotation   Salary range for this position is $56,000.00 - $71,000.00 annually. We sincerely thank all applicants. Only applicants chosen for an interview will be contacted. Successful Candidate are required to provide a current criminal record check, prohibited drug screen, drivers abstract and proof of education prior to signing a letter of offer.   PLEASE SUBMIT RESUMES ALONG WITH THREE (3) LETTERS OF REFERENCES TO: Sharon Green - Human Resources Manager Yorkton Tribal Council Child and Family Services Inc. 21 Bradbrooke Ave. N.   Yorkton, SK           S3N 3R1 Telephone: (306) 782 8838     Fax: (306) 782 7780 Email: recruitment@ytccfs.com   DEADLINE:  December 02, 2019 @ 4:30 P.M.
    Nov 18, 2019
  • Full-time
     
    Yorkton Tribal Council Child and Family Sevices Yorkton, SK, Canada
    POSITION SUMMARY : Under the direction of the Director of Protection and Intake Manager, the Intake Worker is responsible to immediately respond to all allegations of the maltreatment of children. This position collaborates with the Program Managers and the Integrated Family Service Workers on an investigative plan and will report and coordinate an investigative approach with the proper authorities. The Intake Worker will ensure the protection and safety of the child(ren) by observing interviews conducted by police and through appropriately ascertaining the facts will apprehend and place the child(ren) in a place of safety. This position may at times perform intake processes and accurately records documentation requirements according to YTCCFS Inc. policies, procedures and protocols as well as the Provincial Child Abuse Protocol. Other duties may include and are not limited to preparing court documents and attending court proceedings pertaining to children in care from YTCCFS Inc. member First Nations.     Qualifications:   The successful candidate must have a BSW (BISW) AND two (2) to five (5) years direct child protection services experience; OR a University undergraduate degree in a directly related discipline AND two (2) to five (5) years direct child protection services. Other qualifications include: Knowledge of the FSIN Indian Child and Family Support Act and Saskatchewan Child Welfare Act . Knowledge of the Cree, Nakota and Saulteaux Culture and the political and social objectives of the YTCCFS Inc. member First Nations. Significant experience in court processes and procedures regarding child abuse and children in care. Ability to interpret and apply provincial and federal legislation regarding child abuse. Ability to analyze, assess, recognize and monitor behavioural and physical indicators of abuses. Must have in-depth ability to prepare and present court documents. Demonstrated ability in verbal and written communication. Ability to utilize computer hardware and software programs. Must have ability to prioritize tasks to meet changing demands, priorities and workload commitments. Ability to use a collaborative approach with professionals and individuals involved in the protection and planning for the child(ren). Must provide a current criminal record check and submit to Abuse Registry screening. Must sign an Oath of Confidentiality. Must provide a clean driver’s abstract and have access to a reliable vehicle. Able to work some evenings and weekends. Preference will be given to Aboriginal applicants. Applicants must self-identify upon application.   Salary range for this position is $56,000.00 - $71,000.00 annually.   Candidates selected for an interview are required to provide a current criminal record check, drivers abstract, prohibited drug screen and education credentials prior to signing a letter of offer.   PLEASE SUBMIT RESUMES WITH THREE (3) WRITTEN REFERENCES TO: L. Sharon Green - Human Resources Manager Yorkton Tribal Council Child and Family Services Inc. 21 Bradbrooke Ave North -  Yorkton, SK          S3N 3R1 Telephone: (306) 782-8838         Fax: (306) 782-7780 Email: recruitment@ytccfs.com   DEADLINE: December 2, 2019 @ 4:30 P.M.
    Nov 18, 2019
  • Full-time
     
    Yorkton Tribal Council Child and Family Sevices Yorkton, SK, Canada
    POSITION SUMMARY :   Reporting to the Intake Manager and the Director of Protection, the Intake Screener will receive and process all intake calls as they come in.  In collaboration with the Intake and Child Protection Director; The Intake Screener will assess the calls for urgency prior to directing them to the appropriate area. The Intake Screener will provide Intake Investigation Training as required. This position collaborates with the Program Manager and the Family Service Workers on an investigative plan and upon an integrated assessment, upon reviewing the investigative results will enter the results into the Child Protection CMS Data Base. This position will ensure the Intake meets the Child Protection Standards. This position performs intake processes and accurately records documentation requirements according to YTCCFS Inc. policies, procedures and protocols as well as the Provincial Child Abuse Protocol with the use of SDM standards Other duties include working on the data base to transfer all historical intakes from the database to CMS.   Qualifications:   Four (4) year University undergraduate degree in a related discipline and twelve (12) months direct child protection services experience. OR Certificate in Social Work (CSW or CISW) and twenty-four (24) months direct child protection services experience. OR Bachelor of Social Work (BSW or BISW). Valid Saskatchewan Driver’s License. Criminal Record and Vulnerable Sector Check. Experience in front-line service delivery of First Nation Child and Family Services. Working experience in Child Welfare Frontline Case Management systems and procedures. Strong commitment to helping First Nations children and their families by providing services in ways that respects First nations cultural and spiritual practices. Commitment to providing service in the context of extended family and community involvement. Must sign an Oath of Confidentiality. Must provide a clean driver’s abstract and have access to a reliable vehicle. Able to work some evenings and weekends.               Salary range for this position is $56,000.00 - $71,000.00 annually.   Candidates selected for an interview are required to provide a current criminal record check, drivers abstract, prohibited drug screen and education credentials prior to signing a letter of offer.   PLEASE SUBMIT RESUMES WITH THREE (3) WRITTEN REFERENCES TO: L. Sharon Green, Human Resources Manager Yorkton Tribal Council Child and Family Services Inc. 21 Bradbrooke Avenue North Yorkton , SK     S3N 3R1 Telephone: (306) 783 8838: or Fax: (306) 782 7780 Email: recruitment@ytccfs.com DEADLINE: December 2, 2019 @ 4:30 pm.
    Nov 18, 2019
  • Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority
    Category: Food & Beverage Location: Gold Horse Casino Lloydminster, SK, CA S9V 2K8 Main Duties: Reporting to the Department Manager and under the This position focuses on delivering customer service excellence, and convenient Food & Beverage services, by preparing beverages for Casino guests in an efficient, professional, and courteous manner. Responsibilities include: Providing exceptional hospitality, emphasizing personalized service and attentive treatment, to ensure guests feel welcome and comfortable. Receiving drink orders. Preparing mixed drinks, bottled/draught beer, wine, and other beverages. Maintaining bar inventory and liquor storage. Cleaning and maintaining bar glassware, surfaces, tools, and equipment. Serving food/snacks to customers. Accepting payment from patrons. Adhering to responsible service of alcohol guidelines. Handling other related tasks as required, to provide service to bar patrons. Conditions of Employment The minimum age to work in a casino or any area where gaming can be seen is 19 years of age. You may be required to work in an environment where you will be exposed to the use of tobacco smoke and high noise levels. As a condition of employment, you will be required to work shift work. This may include days, evenings, graveyard, weekends and statutory holidays.  SIGA’s goal is to treat all staff fairly and equitably; therefore, the distribution of the shifts will be fair to all staff.  
    Nov 16, 2019