Administrative Assistant (16-week Aboriginal Skills Employment and Training Strategy Program)
(open till May 13)
Working under the guidance of the Director of Human Resources and/or Program Manager, the successful candidates will gain practical office administrative experience and play a key role in providing administrative support to the various departments within the Agency.
ASETS receives funds from Human Resources & Skills Development Canada (HRSDC) to provide training and employment opportunities to Indigenous people within the Central Interior of British Columbia.
A referral must be completed with an Employment Counsellor at the Aboriginal Training and Employment Centre (ATEC) located at 144 Briar Ave, Kamloops, BC V2B 1C1
Phone number: (250) 554-4556
An interview with an Employment Counsellor at ATEC must be completed prior to applying for this position to determine if you meet the eligibility requirements for the position.
(open till May 4)
The Transition Coordinator is the key contact for ensuring the delivery of supports and services for Youth during the critical transition period from youth to adulthood (ages 14 to 19). The Transition Coordinator will work on supporting youth to gain independence skills and transition from the care setting. This also includes overseeing and managing transition planning for family members, community members, and other professionals and non-professional partners who are able to support the Youth.
Early Years Intervention Specialist
(open till May 4)
The Early Years Intervention Specialist (EYIS) provides support and intervention services to families with children (birth to six years old) that are at risk of or present with child developmental delays or disabilities.
Family Preservation Caseworker
(open till filled)
Successful applicants will be responsible for, but not limited to, providing services in the following functional areas:
• Ensuring the safety and wellbeing of children while helping to preserve the family unit, providing preventative support, and maintenance programs to preserve families where possible
• Being responsible for the care, safety, and wellbeing of children in continuing care from age 0 to 18 while developing and supervising care plans that ensure these goals are met
• Delivering quality support services that are focused on the best interests and needs of Indigenous youth in the Secwépemc Territory while safeguarding youth’s well-being, developing safe environments for their growth and development, providing opportunities for youth to reach their full potential, and assisting youth in securing the supports they need to facilitate a healthy, successful transition into young adulthood
• Assessing, recruiting, and assisting Foster parents to promote and maintain quality care in family settings while assessing potential Foster homes, and providing support and resources to Foster families
• Serving communities with an inclusive and respectful practice