Employment Opportunity- Interim Employment.
Job title: Jordan’s Principle Wellness Worker/Assistant Case Coordinator
Department: Jordan’s Principle
Jordan’s Principle Wellness Worker/ Assistant Case Coordinator will work collaboratively to engage children, youth and families; provide secondary and tertiary prevention; Jordan’s Principle programming is to assist families in enhancing and strengthening their parenting and assist youth in transitioning to independence successfully and develop/enhance other life skills to build stronger families and communities. Jordan’s Principle Wellness Worker/ Assistant Case Coordinator functions as a member of an interdisciplinary Jordan’s Principle team under the direction of Jordan’s Principle Case Manager.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Contribute to the development, implementation and evaluation of secondary and tertiary prevention, case management policies, and procedures in collaboration with The Family and Community Wellness Centre Management Team and other relevant partners
- Critically analyze, monitor, and evaluate programs and activities.
- Participate in and support the program evaluation process.
- Participate in the provision of after-hours/on-call services as assigned (rotational on-call system)
- The position requires an adjusted work schedule; the incumbent will be required to work evenings and weekends in order to provide services when families and youth are available.
- Collaborate on the planning and implementation of a variety of community events to promote personal, family and community wellness.
- Maintain clear, concise, and accurate client records in compliance with relevant case management and administrative policies and producers as they apply to the position
- Work collaboratively with referring agencies to identify at-risk families and youth and their needs.
- Degree in Counselling, Social Work or similar, and a minimum of three years of current experience in programs such as mental health, addictions or a related field.
- Considerable recent experience in community-based mental health and addictions with a youth focus.
- Considerable recent experience providing support to youth in the areas of trauma, violence, abuse, addictions and residential school direct and intergenerational effects.
- Experience providing services to individuals in conflict with the law is an asset.
- Experience providing First Nation traditional land-based recreation and programming.
- A demonstrated interest and experience in community, cultural, and land-based healing modalities and working with traditional helpers.
- Experience working in a case management model of care.
- Knowledge of and experience working successfully in a First Nations community is an asset.
Salary Range BSW: $62,158 to $69,069 Annually
Closing date: November 22, 2022, at 4:30 pm
Submit all Applications to:
Anna Nadine Spence
Director of Human Resources
Family & Community Wellness Centre Inc.
Nelson House, MB R0B 1A0