The Nogojiwanong Friendship Centre (NFC) is currently accepting resumes for the full-time position of Akwe:go Program Worker.
Position Objective and Responsibilities
To ensure the effective delivery of the Akwe:go program such that urban Indigenous at-risk children (aged 7-12) are provided with the support, tools, interventions and healthy activities which will build upon and foster their inherent ability to make healthy choices.
The main responsibility is to ensure all services and activities are designed, planned, coordinated, delivered and evaluated effectively and efficiently. The Worker will be responsible to conduct initial and ongoing assessments of the child’s needs, create a care plan and revise the plan as required. Also, to provide supportive counseling to the child and, in consultation with parent(s), coordinate supports/referrals/linkages for the child with internal and community resources. The Worker will also be responsible to lead and participate in consultation services and case conferences within the organization, and with external service providers, to discuss care plans and service needs.
If you are interested in qualifying for the position, please email a cover letter, resume
and three (3) working references to the attention of: Lori Flynn, Executive Director, Nogojiwanong Friendship Centre
Email: email@example.com Deadline: Monday, April 30, 2018