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Jordans Principle Service Coordinator

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Yorkton Tribal Council
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Yorkton Tribal Council

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Ajay Tadi

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The Service Coordinator will provide Enhanced Service Coordination to children and families in six First Nation communities of the Yorkton Tribal Council.  The initiative is part of the Jordans Principle  Child First Initiative and is funded by Health Canada.
Knowledge of:  First Nations culture and communities. Collaborative and child and family-centered practices.
Education: Education background in Social Work or Human Services field. 5 years of experience working in First Nation health, social or education sectors. The equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered.
Roles and Responsibilities:
The Service Coordination will have three main activity areas:
1. Case Management
    Provide a collaborative, client driven system to guide children and their families through a comprehensive array of services
    Support a child and family- centered approach to coordinating and connecting services
    Work towards establishing multi-disciplinary hubs for families when the services they require involves several professionals
2. Intake, Assessment and Coordination
    Help families navigate the health and social systems in a timely manner
    Help with referrals for assessments to appropriate professional, or provide assessment if within scope of practice
    Build case management capacity through the development of policies, procedures and protocols, related to screening and assessment, service planning, monitoring and evaluation of service plans and staff training
3. Outreach and Community Engagement
    Reach out to First Nation families living off-reserve and invite them to use the enhanced service coordination
    Enhance awareness in communities of existing services and supports
    Build relationships with communities and collaborate with those providing existing community-based services
This position is based on funding.


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