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Settlement Support Worker in Schools

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Job Order #: 5601900

Employer Name:
Saskatoon Open Door Society Inc.
Wage/Salary Info:
Starting at $20.48 per hour
Posted Date:
# of Positions:
Employment Terms:
Length of Employment:
As soon as possible until March 31, 2018
University Bachelor's Degree
1-2 Years
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How to Apply?:
Applicants who have the qualifications are invited to apply in confidence, submitting resumes and cover letters by e-mail, fax, mail or in person (quoting the Competition # SCSS-SSWIS-1217) to: Rheanne Millette HR Administrative Assistant PLEASE NO PHONE CALLS. Closing date: Wednesday, December 13th, 2017 at 5:00 pm.

Application Information

Employer Name:
Saskatoon Open Door Society Inc.

Employer Address:
#100-129 3RD AVE N

Contact Name:
Rheanne Millette

Contact Fax:

Contact Email:

Employer Website:


Under the direction of the Manager of Settlement and Community Support Services you will assist refugee and immigrant students and their families with school-related and cultural issues by providing liaison to education and community services, counseling, facilitating group and individual programs and coordinating the integration of services.  The successful candidate will be responsible for delivering services that is the result of collaboration between the Society, Citizenship and Immigration Canada and school boards including the Conseil des ecoles fransaskoises. The position will be located in community schools and will require traveling to other schools in Saskatoon. You will need a valid Class 5 Saskatchewan Drivers License and access to a reliable vehicle for travel purposes.  Additional language is considered an asset.
Education and Experience:
- University degree in education, social work, or related field and, one year of work experience providing school age children/family counselling services, OR
- Graduate of post-secondary program (2 year minimum) in education or social sciences, and, two years work experience providing school age children/family counselling services.

Required Licenses and/or Certification:
- Canadian Police Information Center (CPIC) certification - no criminal record (includes Vulnerable Sector Search) must be done within last three months.
- Valid Class 5 Saskatchewan Drivers License and access to a reliable vehicle for travel purposes; Some Travel outside of the city may be required.

**Candidates under consideration will be required to participate in an assessment process of interview and computer testing.

**We thank all those interested for their time and care in submitting applications but regret that only qualified candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

**For more details job description please visit us at


Skills and Abilities

Specific Skills
 - Consult with teachers, parents, administrators and community agencies
 - Counsel students regarding educational issues
 - Refer students to other specialized services when required
Essential Skills
 - Significant use of memory
 - Continuous learning
 - Computer use
 - Finding information
 - Job task planning and organizing
 - Critical thinking
 - Decision making
 - Problem solving
 - Working with others
 - Oral communication
 - Writing
 - Document use
 - Reading text


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