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Income Assistance Worker - HUM013698

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Job Order #: 6142812

NOC: 42201
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Government of Saskatchewan
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$28.118-$35.239 Hourly
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Do you want to have a positive impact on your community? Does helping others and building capacity fulfill you in your career choices? Is growth and professional development on your list of ideal work environments? If these values are important to you, the Ministry of Social Services can help and is hiring.

The Ministry of Social Services invests in positive outcomes for people in areas of Income Support, Child and Family Services, support for persons with disabilities and affordable housing. We work with citizens as they build better lives for themselves through economic independence, strong families and strong community organizations.

The Income Assistance Programs, Service Delivery Branch is responsible for supporting the most vulnerable people of Saskatchewan to meet their basic needs as they work toward becoming self-sufficient to the best of their abilities. We are looking for two (2) citizen-centered, collaborative, and empathetic individuals who are devoted to supporting citizens in our community to join our team as Income Assistance Workers. In this role, you will work with diverse and multi-cultural individuals/families in communities and/or an office setting who may face multiple barriers and challenges such as addictions, mental illness, disability, and unemployment. This role provides the opportunity to do work that is deeply meaningful and impactful in the lives of individuals and families in need.

The knowledge required for this position may be obtained through both education and/or Human Services related work experience.

Human Services experience or education would include Social Work, Indigenous Social Work, Sociology, Human Justice, Psychology or a related area.

The work environment will be varied depending on the needs of the client group and the employer.

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