Expired on: Mar 7, 2024

Location: Nelson House, Manitoba

Summary: The Jordan’s Principle Child Development Worker position reports to the Jordan’s Principle Case Manger and is responsible for providing services to Jordan’s Principle clients. Must be aware of participants’ health and safety in home or in the community and providing assistance as needed.

Demonstrated Skills & Abilities:

  • Enabling personal choice and treating participants with dignity and respect, provide a caring approach to participants needs (emotional, physical)
  • Follow the instructions given by the office, family, and participants unless there is a safety issue.
  • Provide personal care that may be required like feeding and dressing.
  • Prepare meals during the respite period.
  • Care for a maximum of one sibling during respite.
  • Is able to work in participants home, in the community, school and with variety of families within a variety of time frames.
  • Is able to work with children, youth, and adults with physical and intellectual challenges (both in challenging and non-challenging situations).
  • Is flexible around scheduling changes and is able to pick up shifts on short notice.
  • Is flexible to work in all areas in the community, school and home.
  • Arrive at scheduled shifts on time.
  • Fulfill agreement on declaration of availability and give two weeks notice for changes.
  • Confirm with families and confirm schedule with office.
  • Have pertinent medical consent and family information file with you at all times while providing respite and follow instructions in the family information office.
  • Clean up after your respite so you leave the property of the respite recipient in the same condition you found it.


  • Grade 12
  • Knowledge of children from ages 0-18 years of age
  • Commitment to and knowledge of culturally competent/sensitive delivery issues
  • Well developed oral and written communication skills
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Must have a high level of personal integrity and professional initiative
  • Ability to speak an Aboriginal language would be an asset
  • A valid Manitoba driver’s license would be an asset
  • A criminal records check and child abuse registry check are requirements of all FCWC employment positions

Yearly Wage: $38,319.00 to $40,652.00

Closing Date: March 6th, 2024

Submit all applications to:

Anna Nadine Spence
Director of Human Resources
NCN Family and Community Wellness Centre Inc.
Nelson House, MB R0B 1A0
Phone: 204-484-2341
Fax: 204-484-2351


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