Duties Within an Aboriginal community this position is responsible for providing professional social work services to clients of the Department of Children, Seniors and Social Development, covering a spectrum of services and programs including Protective Intervention Services, Adoption Services, Youth Services and Community Youth Corrections.
The Social Worker II will conduct risk and safety assessments; provide counselling and case management for children, youth and families to address family dynamics and complex psychosocial factors.
Other duties include screening, identifying and prioritizing referrals for service, developing intervention plans, consulting with other professionals as necessary, and completing documentation in accordance with professional standards of practice, and policies and procedures of the Department.
In addition, the Social Worker II prepares reports, completes legal documents and provides testimony in court as required, conducts home or agency visits, and supports community based services.
S / he provides supervision of other staff including Community Services Workers, Social Worker Assistants, administrative support positions and graduate / undergraduate Social Work students and consults with and guides on site staff in the course of their duties ensuring that work assignments are carried out efficiently and effectively.
The Social Worker II adheres to the standards for client services in accordance with the Social Work Code of Ethics, Social Work Standards Practice and Departmental standards.
The Social Worker II performs other related duties as required.
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Applicant Information 1. Vacancies currently exist in Sheshatshiu, Hopedale, and Nain, however this competition may be used to fill future vacancies within other communities in Labrador including Rigolet, Natuashish, Makkovik, and Postville.
If interested in a particular community please indicate on your application.
2. In accordance with the Labrador Inuit Lands Claim Agreement (LILCA) beneficiaries under the LILCA shall be given priority consideration for positions located within communities covered by the agreement (Rigolet, Makkovik, Postville, Hopedale and Nain).
3. This is a NAPE HP bargaining unit position, and as per the Collective Agreement, applicants internal to the bargaining unit will be processed prior to other candidates.
NOTE : Beneficiaries of the LILCA will be processed prior to those internal to the NAPE HP bargaining unit.
Fo r more information about this opportunity please contact Derek Cull at (709) 896-3301.