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Child Support Worker

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Job Order #: 5779227

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YWCA Regina
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Technical/Applied Science Certificate
1-2 Years
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YWCA Regina

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Donna Nickolson

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Under the direct supervision of the Childrens Housing Leadership Team, Children Support Workers are responsible for providing a safe and nurturing home for children. Our home supports care for and supervises children aged 0-12 on a 24-hour basis.
The children in this home have experienced trauma and have often been in unsafe and unhealthy situations. Support workers create an environment that promotes safety, support, trust and respect. Our homes promote healthy relationships and therapeutic programming.
Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Program Implementation
The primary role of the Child Support Worker is to implement the shelter program making the childrens stay as positive as possible. Duties include:
    Ensure the proper care and safety of the children;
    Participate in the planning and implementation of structured activities for children;
    Supervise children during all daily activities, including meals, bedtimes, etc.;
2. House Maintenance
The Child Support Workers are expected to work as a team to make sure the home runs efficiently. Duties include:
    Participate in household management including cooking, laundry, and cleaning;
    Maintain a high standard of health and safety procedures;
3. Administration and Reporting
The Child Support Workers report accurate and necessary information to ensure proper case planning and processes
These include:
    Document incidents;
    Daily shift documentation and overview;

4. Engagement with Indigenous Communities and Culture
    Child Support Workers are expected to work towards developing familiarity with Indigenous cultural traditions and an engagement with Indigenous people and communities.

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