The Job

The incumbent will report to the Service Manager in the branch office and will have child protection responsibilities. Primary duties include: investigating and assessing matters pertaining to children in need of protection; providing support services to clients; providing services to children in care; documentation responsibilities in accordance with the legislation and agency procedures; providing community outreach; and other duties as assigned by the Service Manager.  This is a Bargaining Unit position with CUPE Local 5319.


  • A Bachelor of Social Work or Masters of Social Work degree is preferred. A degree in Social Sciences from an accredited University, in combination with several years of child welfare experience will also be considered.
  • A thorough knowledge of child welfare case management, and the CYFSA.
  • Demonstrated ability to assess and support people in risk situations.
  • Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.
  • Strong time management skills and ability to work effectively under pressure.
  • A thorough understanding of anti-oppression values and principles is important.
  • An appreciation of and ability to work with a diverse community.
  • Valid driver’s licence and access to a vehicle is required.
  • Bilingualism (English/French) is a highly desired asset.

 Note:    Our current Collective Agreement has provisions for the following: Where an applicant from an Ontario Child Welfare Organization is successful in a job competition, service-based entitlements for wages and vacation shall be based on the length of his/ her most recent period of continuous service. The foregoing does not apply to seniority-based entitlements.

 Compensation       The salary range is $64,825 to $82,000 commensurate with experience

 Applications by:    February 24th, 2019

 Please apply to:    Internal Candidates Login WFN > Myself > Talent > Career Center (1459) 

                                External Candidates CPW Float and Contract various locations (0219) (1459)


Request for Candidate Proposals

Community Engagement Reconciliation Lead
Fee-For-Service Consultant: 3-month project @ up to a maximum of 21 hours per week
(3-month extension is possible)
The purpose of the Community Engagement Reconciliation Lead (CERL) is to work with Rama community members who have been impacted by child welfare to develop a reconciliation strategy that supports their needs. The successful candidate will report to the Truth and Reconciliation Steering Committee which includes Rama Social Services and Leadership as well as the local Children’s Aid Society Leadership. The truth and reconciliation initiative is a collaborative partnership between Rama First Nation and the Children’s Aid Society (Simcoe Muskoka Family Connexions) and is intended to facilitate understanding, acknowledgement and healing for Rama members who have been impacted by child welfare practices from 1951 onwards. This position will be based on Rama First Nation.
We are seeking candidates who have:
➢ A Bachelor of Social Work or Master of Social Work degree is preferred. A degree in Social Science from an accredited University, or a diploma in Social Services in combination with several years’ experience in Child Welfare and/or community-based practice will be an asset.
➢ Sound knowledge of and sensitivity to the experiences of First Nations and Indigenous peoples in Canada and the impact of the residential school’s system and the 60’s scoop upon individuals, families and communities.
➢ Ability to engage with assess and support the needs of community members.
➢ Sound knowledge of Indigenous practices, culture and community.
➢ Thorough understanding of and ability to practice a strength based and culturally sensitive approach.
➢ Effective interpersonal skills including the ability to work cooperatively and collaboratively with all project stakeholders.
➢ Effective listening, verbal and written communication skills.
➢ Knowledge of Microsoft Office applications.
➢ Valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle is required.
Compensation Fee-for-Service of $46.72/hour for 14-21 hours per week
Applications by: February 20, 2019. Interviews will be held Feb 25 (am) or Mar 1 (pm) at Rama
Please apply to: SMFC Internal Applicants: Login WFN > Myself > Talent > Career Center > (1464)
External Applicants: CERL Project (0219) (1464)
We thank all applicants, however only those under consideration will be contacted.


The Job

 Cette annonce est pour des postes contractuels temporaires basé dans le bureau de Barrie. Nous sommes à la recherche d’un candidat bilingue (français & anglais).  Le ou la titulaire se rapporte au gestionnaire des Services du bureau de Barrie pour terminer les services d’enquête et d’évaluation de la protection de l’enfance 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).



Relevant du directeur de service des programmes communautaires au bureau de Bracebridge, le Travailleur de services intensifs (TSI) fournira des services intensifs aux enfants et aux familles qui sont à risque de séparation ou lorsqu’il y a risque de mal causer à l’enfant. Le travail a lieu principalement dans le domicile de la famille, ainsi qu’à l’école et au sein de la communauté de l’enfant. Le TSI utilisera les interventions cliniques appropriées, y compris la modélisation, l’animation, la médiation, l’encadrement, l’enseignement, la défense des intérêts et l’appui des enfants et des familles



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