NECHAKO VALLEY COMMUNITY SERVICES SOCIETY JOB POSTING FAMILY PRESERVATION WORKER Posting Number 2014-044 Vanderhoof JOB SUMMARY: Family Preservation worker provides short term, intensive, in-home service to assist families in skill building to reduce risk factors and threats to family and individual wellbeing. When appropriate, service will also be delivered as group work. This program provides services for Ministry of Children and Family Development (MCFD) referred families who have been identified as medium to high risk of out of home placement for their child/children. Typically referred clients have come to the attention of MCFD as a result of child protection issues, whether they are immediate concerns or family support issues. QUALIFICATIONS/EXPERIENCE: • A diploma in the human services or related field, or the equivalent combination of education and experience • At least one year of experience in a similar environment is required for this position. • Must demonstrate an understanding of theory, principles and practices in the field • Must have knowledge of child development and age appropriate behaviors • Must possess basic computer skills SALARY: CSSEA & CSSBA Collective Agreement (Grid Level 12) HOURS OF WORK: Full Time START DATE: As soon as possible POSTING DATE: August 19, 2014 CLOSING DATE: November 29th, 2014 Please apply for this job only in the manner specified by the employer. Failure to do so may result in your application not being properly considered for the position. Please send a cover letter of interest and current resume outlining your skills and qualifications for the position and include the job posting number: Via email: [email protected] Fax 250-567-3939 Mail: Danny Scoular, Program Manager Nechako Valley Community Services Society Box 1249,Vanderhoof, BC VOJ 3A0 Nechako Valley Community Services Society is an equal opportunity employer committed to hiring a diverse workforce We thank all our applicants, however, only those invited to an interview will be contacted.
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