Mental Health Clinician
(posting closes December 5)
The Mental Health Clinician provides individual, group, and family counselling to children, youth, and their families. The clinician works with the team to provide consultation and treatment planning that best supports the individual needs of the youth they are working with.
Quality Assurance Manager
(posting closes November 24)
Reporting to the Associate Executive Director, the Manager of Quality Assurance is responsible for the development and ongoing evaluation of Agency practice standards. The Manager will provide guidance, and recommendations to ensure these practice standards align with the Agency’s strategic planning, policy and procedure, practice model, provincial and federal legislation, and expectations from the seven member communities. This role will establish and oversee the Agency’s internal and external complaints process, which enhances Agency’s interactions with clients and their families, and the decisions and services provided. In addition, the manager will complete practice audits, high-profile case reviews, child death reviews, and data analysis.
(posting closes Nov. 24)
The Program Manager acts as a coordinator for Secwépemc Child and Family Services Agency’s (SCFSA) projects while supervising and organizing activities to ensure that project goals align with SCFSA’s objectives. This position is responsible for oversite of program development, event coordination, contract management and budget oversite, and synchronizing activities between all service lines, and multiple projects to ensure they align with SCFSA’s strategic goals.
Family Preservation Caseworker
(posted until position 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 Aboriginal youth in the Secwepemc 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.
(posting closes Nov. 15)
The Events Coordinator will manage events from start to finish for SCFSA, as well as events for Simpcw First Nation, that relate to social services and jurisdiction over child welfare. The coordinator will oversee all aspects of event planning and management; including booking the venue, planning food service, entertainment, decorations, transportation, staffing for preparation and for the day of the event, and keeping everything within the allocated budget and ensure that the event itself is carried out smoothly. The Events Coordinator must be well-organized, detail-oriented and have exceptional communication skills.
(posting closes Nov. 9)
The Resource Worker assesses recruits and assists Foster parents to promote and maintain quality care in a family setting. The Resource worker conducts assessments of potential Foster homes, provides support, counselling and resources to Foster families, conducts ongoing checks of the suitability and competence of Foster care providers and participates as a member of an integrated, multi-disciplinary team. Also develops residential resource placements through the procurement process outlined by SCFSA.