The Job

Il s’agit d’un poste permanent qui fonctionne principalement dans la partie nord ou sud de notre zone de service pour terminer les services d’enquête et d’évaluation de la protection de l’enfance à partir de 13h00 jusqu’à 21h00 chaque jour.   Le ou la titulaire se rapporte au gestionnaire de service et a la responsabilité pour gérer les responsabilités d’admission téléphonique pour la Société, compléter l’évaluation initiale et la documentation sur les cas référés et compléter les divulgations de fichiers au besoin.  Ceci est un poste syndiqué (CUPE 5319).

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le 29 septembre 2017

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The Job

This is a permanent position working primarily in either the North or South part of our service area to complete Child Protection Investigation and Assessment services from 1:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. each day.  The incumbent reports to the Service Manager and will have child protection caseload responsibilities. Primary duties include: investigating and assessing matters pertaining to children in need of protection; providing support services to clients; documentation responsibilities in accordance with the legislation and agency procedures; providing community outreach and prevention activities; and other duties as assigned by the Service Manager.  This is a unionized position (CUPE Local 5319).

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September 29th, 2017

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The Job

This is a permanent position. The incumbent will report to the Family Involvement Team Service Manager and will work from the Barrie office with regular attendance at other Branch offices in Simcoe & Muskoka.  This individual will have Family Finding Service caseload responsibilities. Primary duties include: conduct interviews with the referred child/youth, the referral source, their care giver(s), initially identified  relatives (kin and kith), and other identified individuals; diligently continue to identify, locate and engage additional relatives or other important people in the child/youth’s life; complete mobility mapping with the child/youth; conduct telephone interviews and/or home visits to locate and engage prospective family connections or ascertain additional contact information for family member connections; conduct paternity tests and consult with the Family Finder Investigator as needed; screen identified relatives or other identified individuals in accordance with Society policies and procedures, Ministry regulations, Standards, Directives and relevant legislation; arrange family conferences and ensure barriers to participating are removes for extended family;  collaborate with other Society staff and external resources, to ensure effective coordination and provision of service; provide expertise/consultation, education and training about the Family Finding program and services to Society staff and external resource partners.  Work beyond normal working hours is required.  Work entails driving to multi-jurisdictional areas.  This is a Bargaining Unit position – CUPE 5319.

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September 28th, 2017

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