À la recherche d’un emploi à l’extérieur du Gouvernement de la Nation Crie? Développement des Compétences Apatisiiwin affiche des possibilités d’emploi offertes à l’échelle de Eeyou Istchee.
The Primary Youth Worker is responsible for working and intervening with the students referred to the Alternate Suspension Program and creating a structured environment to support them through their suspension period. The Primary Youth Worker also works directly with the referring schools, the students’ parent/guardian(s), and community partners in taking a collaborative approach to supporting the youth participants.
•Ensure availability of the Alternative Suspension Program and ensure its proper functioning for the service site.
•Hold individual and group interventions with secondary school students, run workshop sessions, support participants in their schoolwork, draft reports and assessments.
•Provide general security in service sites and ensure smooth functioning of each day/activity.
•Work closely with local organizations working with teens, especially in summer months.
•Assist in developing effective prevention programs based on the participants’ needs.
•Regularly communicate with participants’ parent(s)/guardians and school administrators regarding the child’s progress or issues as the case may be.
•Promote within communities the value of the Alternative Suspension Program and intervention with high-risk youth by organizing activities during special community events.
•Establish contact with schools, community entities and other organizations to promote and advertise programs model.
•Keep files on youth referred to the Alternative Suspension Program and document outcomes.
•Provide quarterly reports to the Coordinator on activities and programs delivered.
•Maintain and populate regularly the program database.
•Maintain up-to-date knowledge and skills in area(s) of responsibility.
•Perform other duties as required.
•College diploma in Social Work, Criminology, Education or related field.
•Three to five years of relevant work experience.
•Experience working with at-risk youth populations.
•Fluency in verbal Cree.
•Fluency in English.
•Fluency in French is an asset.
Knowledge and Abilities
•Good knowledge and understanding of Cree culture, customs and history.
•Customer-focused and service-oriented.
•Good empathy and listening skills.
•Proven ability to communicate effectively.
•Proven ability to be discreet and maintain confidentiality.
•Proven organizational skills and presentation skills.
•Strong judgment and proven ability to problem-solve.
•Proficiency in Microsoft Office products.
•Typical office setting where there are no unusual physical demands.
•Willingness to work irregular hours occasionally.
•Must agree to undergo a background check.
The Cree Nation Government may, at its discretion, waive any or all of the aforementioned requirements if a suitable candidate who is a JBNQA beneficiary accepts to follow a training plan determined by the Cree Nation Government as a condition of employment.
Votre demande doit être envoyée par courriel ou par télécopieur avec le numéro de concours: JCSD-210208-3
Period From February 8, 2021 to February 23, 2021
Your application must be sent by email with the competition number: JCSD-210210-4