ฝากเงินw88 _การพนันออนไลน์ _เว็บคาสิโน ต่างประเทศ

Position Summary:

The Resource Social Worker (RSW) provides services in a culturally appropriate, holistic manner within the parameters provided by the BC Child, Family and Community Services Act, the Aboriginal Operational and Practice Standards and Indicators (AOPSI) and FVACFSS’s Policy and Procedure Manuals. The RSW is primarily responsible for the assessment, recruitment, orientation, development, training and maintenance of a range of resources in which to place children-in-care (CIC). The position also monitors the services provided, supports the caregivers and liaises with child protection, guardianship and support services staff. The goal of this service is to provide the most appropriate placement to meet the needs of the child-in-care. It is expected that all CIC shall receive services in an equitable manner, which preserves and enhances their culture, individual dignity, integrity, independence and self-respect. The RSW receives administrative and professional support and supervisor from their Delegated Team Supervisor.

Education And Experience:

? Bachelors of Social Work Degree, Child and Youth Care Degree or a Social Sciences degree plus a minimum of three (3) years of experience in the human services field

? Must be delegated or eligible for C6 delegation in the province of B.C

? Excellent communication skills both oral and written

? Demonstrated abilities and experience in: developing strong working relationships with children, families, Aboriginal communities, foster parents, biological parents, and other FVACFSS employees; developing contractual arrangements with clients, caregivers, and other professionals; balancing competing priorities; working under pressure; writing concise reports to various audiences; representing and promoting FVACFSS; and conducting investigations, completing assessments, developing work plans, implementing plans and evaluating intervention success

? Professional commitment, flexibility, good problem solving and dispute resolution skills

? Computer literacy on databases, Microsoft Word, Excel and other computer software

? Valid BC Driver’s License (no restrictions); reliable transportation with adequate vehicle insurance

? This is an excellent opportunity for fully delegated staff to gain experience on a Multi-Interdisciplinary Team, and develop professionally towards advancing into other career options

? Criminal Records Check is a requirement. An eligibility list may be established and are often used to fill future vacancies. Pursuant to Section 41 of the BC Human Rights Code, preference may be given to qualified applicants of Aboriginal ancestry.

How to apply:

This position is open to internal and external candidates at this time. If you are interested in a career like this with a great organization, please submit your resume and cover referencing “Specialized Staff Resources SW – Nov 2018”.

Apply on Linkedin.?Position closes on?Thursday, November 22, 2018 at 4:30pm