Expired on: Feb 12, 2024

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: (1) Full-time/Permanent Position available.

TITLE: Intake Worker (DIA)

LOCATION: Designated Intake Sub-Office, Thompson, Manitoba, 79 Selkirk Avenue


The Intake worker is a member of the DIA team reporting to the supervision of the DIA Supervisor of the NCN-CFS Thompson Amalgamated Office.


  • Assessing complaints of children alleged to be in need of protection as defined by the CFS Act specifically including areas of sexual and physical abuse, neglecting and parenting capacity
  • Providing protection services to clients including apprehending children and bringing matters before the court where necessary
  • Undertaking family and individual assessments
  • Providing therapeutic intervention to parents and children
  • Developing partnerships in the community and collaborating with other social services in a community based model of service
  • Preparing reports, correspondence and documents for internal and external use
  • Participating in case conferences, staff meetings and professional development opportunities both within and outside the agency
  • Intake involves gathering and screening information to determine whether services are necessary or appropriate; the intake process applies when there is a request for services or a report that a child is or might be in need of protection regardless of the current status of the case (open, closed or new)
  • Conducting a Safety Assessment when the recommended response time in the Intake Module is immediate and within 24 hours


  • The CFS Act
  • The Adoption Act
  • The CFS Authorities Act


  • BSW, MSW degree from a University of recognized standing preferred
  • Demonstrated ability to conduct investigations, assess risk and to formulate and carry out service plans in collaboration with the family and other community resources
  • Willingness to learn skills associated with child protection
  • Knowledge and experience in applying therapeutic approaches with children and families
  • Excellent oral and written communication
  • Excellent crisis intervention skills
  • Basic computer literacy
  • Proven ability to work as an integral member of a team
  • Strong time management skill and ability to work effectively under pressure
  • Demonstrated experience and skill working with various ethnic/racial communities
  • A valid Manitoba’s driver’s license
  • A criminal record check and Child Abuse Registry is a requirement of all FCWC positions

Salary: Starting at $50,605.00

Closing date: February 12, 2024

Submit all Applications to:
Anna Nadine Spence
Director of Human Resource
NCN Family & Community Wellness Centre Inc.
Nelson House, MB R0B 1A0
Phone: 204-484-2341
Fax: 204-484-2351

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