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Cultural Case Manager

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Job Order #: 5763416

Employer Name:
Saskatoon Indian And Metis Friendship Centre Inc.
Wage/Salary Info:
$48,000 per annum
Posted Date:
14-Oct-2020
Location:
SASKATOON
 
# of Positions:
1
Employment Terms:
Full Time
Education:
Completed at least some post-secondary
Experience:
1-2 Years
Apply By:
20-Oct-2020
How to Apply?:
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Employer Name:
Saskatoon Indian And Metis Friendship Centre Inc.

Employer Address:
 
168 WALL ST
SASKATOON,SK
CANADA
S7K1N4

Contact Name:
Robert Doucette

Contact Phone:
306-244-0174

Contact Fax:
306-664-2536

Contact Email:
careers@simfc.ca

Employer Website:
www.simfc.ca



Description

Job Summary
The Saskatoon Indian Mtis Friendship Centre (SIMFC) is a non-political, autonomous and a non-profit organization, where Indigenous people can be culturally engaged and connected to community. The Fifth Fire is a culturally relevant housing and support program for youth ageing out of care or those whom have recently aged out of care.
Key Responsibilities and Activities
    Ensure utilization of relevant cultural resources and practices
    Assess housing barriers and needs of individuals experiencing homelessness
    Manage cases, provide advocacy and referrals
    Build relationships and liaise with service agencies and stakeholders
    Provide support services to equip and empower clients to sustain housing
    Interact with clients who have complex and often multiple service needs
    Advocate for higher needs cases
    Engage in all SIMFC events
    Other duties as assigned
    This is a term position, until March 31, 2021 with the probability of extension
Qualifications
    Knowledge in cultural practices and resources
    Knowledge of tenant rights and responsibilities
    Knowledge of community resources
    Experience and ability to navigation in a multi-disciplinary service provision environment
    Some post-secondary as well as experience working with youth
    Strong interpersonal and written/oral communication skills
    Case management skills, including documentation, maintenance and audit preparation
    Strong advocacy skills
    Valid drivers license
    Aboriginal candidate preferred (please self-identify)
    A clear criminal reference check, vulnerable sector clearance and Saskatchewan drivers abstract will be conditions of employment
Please submit a resume, cover letter, and three references by email, fax, or in person prior to October 20, 2020 at 4:30 pm.

 

Skills and Abilities

Essential Skills
 - Reading text
 - Document use
 - Writing
 - Oral communication
 - Working with others
 - Problem solving
 - Decision making
 - Critical thinking
 - Job task planning and organizing
 - Finding information
 - Computer use
 - Continuous learning
Credentials (certificates, licences, memberships, courses, etc.)
 - Not required
Additional Skills
 - Use computer applications
 - Perform administrative tasks
Specific Skills
 - Act as an advocate for client groups in the community
 - Serve as a member of an interdisciplinary team working with a client group
 - Refer clients to agencies that provide financial assistance, legal aid, housing, medical treatment and other services
 - Provide public education and consultation regarding counselling services, issues and methods
 - Plan programs of assistance for clients
 - Lobby for solutions to problems affecting client groups
 - Interview clients to assess their situation and determine the types of services required and eligibility
 - Evaluate the effectiveness of counselling and social programs
 - Develop prevention and intervention programs to meet community needs
 - Deliver presentations at conferences, workshops or symposia
Work Setting
 - Community service organization
Client Population
 - Adolescents
 - Adult
 - Social assistance recipient
 - Psychiatric
 - Physically disabled
 - Personal or social adjustment difficulty
 - Mentally impaired
 - Male
 - Female
 - Developmentally delayed
 - Child
Area of Social Work Specialization
 - Socio-economic needs or conditions

 

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