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POSITION: Human Resources Assistant
TERM: Full-time

The Human Resources Assistant reports to the Human Resources Manager and provides assistance and administrative support with processing and maintaining personnel records, recruitment, orientation, employee relations, employee communication and ensuring the efficient operations of the Human Resources Department. This position requires someone who has excellent administration and customer service skills.

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POSITION: Resource Caseworker
TERM: Full-time

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 SCFSAResource Worker Posting Nov 2020_

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POSITION: Cultural Program Assistant
TERM: Part-Time

SCFSA believes that community connection and culturally appropriate family centered delivery of services is paramount to creating and enhancing a healing culture for our communities.

The Cultural Program Assistant will assist the cultural program coordinator in implementing the cultural programs and services specifically designed for Indigenous children, youth and families residing in the Secwepemc Territory.

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POSITION: Family Preservation Social Worker
TERM: Full-time

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.
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POSITION: Cultural Program Coordinator
TERM: Full-time

SCFSA believes that community connection and culturally appropriate family centered delivery of services is paramount to creating and enhancing a healing culture for our communities.

The Cultural Program Coordinator will work in collaboration with the cultural team in designing, developing, implementing and coordinating programs and services specifically designed for Indigenous children, youth and families residing in the Secwepemc Territory.

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POSITION: AIDP/ASCD Dual Consultant
TERM: Full-time

Aboriginal Supported Infant Development and Aboriginal Supported Child Development are community-based programs that are grounded in the belief that inclusion is important in terms of supporting infants and children requiring any level of extra support to actively participate in a full range of child care settings. Inclusion as an overall philosophy supports the right of all children of diverse abilities to participate actively in a variety of settings within their communities. Families are supported in the growth and development of Aboriginal children during their most important years of development up to the age of 18 years. Participation is voluntary, family centered, and parent driven.

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POSITION: Receptionist
TERM: Full-time

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.
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