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Family Strengthening Worker 

 

Classification: JJEP Grid 12        

Date of Posting:  June 21,2023  

Closing Date: Until filled 

 

 

The FSW works in close consultation with the Family Development Manager and in collaboration with the FRIS team to guide families towards achieving their goals and wellness utilizing a strength based and trauma informed approach. The work involves hands-on support, engaging in community services, and active communication with involved MCFD or delegated agencies as needed. The FSW works from Strength based, respectful approach providing families connection to cultural and spiritual expression of self-determination. This is an outreach role and demands a level of self-supervision and flexibility in the work schedule.  

Indigenous Supported Child Development Consultant

Classification: Paraprofessional, Wage Grid Level 14. 

Permanent Full time: 35 hrs. (Monday-Friday with occasional evenings or weekends) - This position requires union membership. 

Date of Posting: December 6, 2023 

Closing Date: until the position is filled. 

 

 

As an Indigenous Supported Child Development Consultant, you will perform outreach visits to provide developmental and resource information, assessments, referrals, and support for Indigenous families and childcare providers to ensure the full participation of Indigenous children. This role is a combination of the Aboriginal Supported Child Development (ASCD) and Aboriginal Infant Development Program (AIDP) and supports First Nations, Métis, and Inuit families/caregivers with children from birth up to 19 years and pre-natal. 

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 Indigenous Early Childhood Educator Coordinator 

Classification: JJEP Wage Grid Level 13 

Permanent Full time: 35 hrs. (M-F with occasional evenings or weekends) - This position requires union membership. 

Date of Posting: December 18, 2023 

Closing Date: until the position is filled. 

 

 

As an Indigenous Early Childhood Educator Coordinator, you will support Indigenous children’s improved development and life outcomes by providing high-quality Indigenous early years programming to empower young children with a strong sense of identity through the Story Blanket Drop-in program. Provide educational opportunities, and preschool and kindergarten readiness and contribute to their overall health and wellness. You will work and collaborate with Elders and knowledge-keepers. You are primarily responsible for assisting in the development and facilitation of culturally safe early years’ drop-in parent/caregiver participation program and outreach for First Nations, Métis, and Inuit families with children aged 0-6. 

Under Section 25 of the Constitution Act and Section 16 (1) of the Canadian Human Rights Act FRIS will give preferences to Indigenous peoples. Only short –listed candidates will be contacted 

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