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Child Protection Case Assistant - HUM010490

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The Ministry of Social Services, Child and Family Programs North Service Area requires a Child Protection Case Assistant for the Nipawin office.  

As a Child Protection Case Assistant, you will provide operational support to a child protection unit. Under the direction of the Child and Family Programs Supervisor, you will explore options for placement of the child; arrange and supervise visits; transport children to and from placements; make referrals for support services for family; coordinate case conferences; research case files and provide background information to support and implement established expectations for the child, family, extended family and others.

You may also be responsible for accompanying case workers to investigate instances of children in need of protection by observing and recording interviews, assist in assessing risks to child safety, and making recommendations to ensure the safety of the child.

These roles will report to a Child and Family Programs Supervisor.

You must possess a strong knowledge of human services related policies, practices and procedures. Typically, the knowledge and skills required for this position would be obtained through a diploma or degree in a Human Services related field and experience working in a human service setting.  

The successful candidate must be legally eligible to operate a vehicle and will be required to work flexible hours.

To be successful in this role, you will:

work effectively and positively with co-workers, supervisors, management teams and caregivers;
have knowledge of child abuse, neglect and domestic violence indicators and effects; and
knowledge of multi-cultural beliefs and values, with a particular emphasis on First Nations and Mtis.
Candidates must clearly indicate in their cover letter or resume where they have acquired their knowledge, skills, and abilities. Selection of candidates will be assessed based on this information.


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