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Intake Investigation Worker - Courtesy

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Job Order #: 5839014

Employer Name:
Yorkton Tribal Council Child and Family Services Inc.
Wage/Salary Info:
Based on YTL-YTCCFS payscale.
Posted Date:
27-Sep-2021
Location:
YORKTON
 
# of Positions:
1
Employment Terms:
Full Time
Apply By:
11-Oct-2021
How to Apply?:
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Employer Name:
Yorkton Tribal Council Child and Family Services Inc.

Contact Name:
Human Resources

Contact Phone:
306-782-8838

Contact Fax:
306-782-7780

Contact Email:
protectionrecruit@ytccfs.com



Description

The Yellow Thunderbird Lodge-Yorkton Tribal Council Child and Family Services (YTL-YTCCFS) Inc. is seeking an Intake Investigation Courtesy. Under the direction of the Intake Manager, the Intake Worker is responsible to immediately respond to all allegations of the maltreatment of children. This position collaborates with the On-Going Program Managers, the Integrated Family Service Workers and the Resource Workers on an investigative plan to report and coordinate an investigative approach with the proper authorities. The Intake Worker will ensure the protection and safety of the child(ren) by observing interviews conducted by police and through appropriately ascertaining the facts that will apprehend and place the child(ren) in a place of safety. This position may at times perform intake processes and accurately record documentation requirements according to YTL-YTCCFS Inc. policies, procedures, and protocols as well as the Provincial Child Abuse Protocol. Other duties may include and are not limited to preparing court documents and attending court proceedings pertaining to children in care from YTL-YTCCFS Inc. member First Nations.  
Qualifications: The successful candidate must have a BSW (BISW) AND two (2) to five (5) years direct child protection services experience; OR a University undergraduate degree in a directly related discipline AND two (2) to five (5) years direct child protection services.
Including:
Knowledge of the FSIN Indian Child and Family Support Act and Saskatchewan Child Welfare Act.
Knowledge of the Cree, Nakota and Saulteaux Culture and the political and social objectives of the YTCCFS Inc. member First Nations.
Significant experience in court processes and procedures regarding child abuse and children in care.
Ability to interpret and apply provincial and federal legislation regarding child abuse.
Ability to analyze, assess, recognize and monitor behavioural and physical indicators of abuses.

 

Skills and Abilities

Essential Skills
 - Reading text
 - Document use
 - Writing
 - Oral communication
 - Working with others
 - Decision making
 - Critical thinking
 - Job task planning and organizing
 - Finding information
 - Computer use
 - Continuous learning
Transportation/Travel Information
 - Vehicle supplied by employer
 - Willing to travel
 - Valid driver's licence
 - Travel expenses paid by employer
Type of Community or Social Service
 - Child welfare
Specific Skills
 - Conduct follow-up assessments
 - Supervise children's visits with parents to ensure their safety
 - Liaise with other social services agencies and health care providers involved with clients
Work Setting
 - Children's services facility
Work Conditions and Physical Capabilities
 - Fast-paced environment
Security and Safety
 - Basic security clearance
 - Child abuse registry check
 - Driving record check (abstract)
 - Drug test
Target Groups or Clients
 - Aboriginal groups

 

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