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Job Number:  50182
Family Support Worker (Pre-Teen Clinical Outreach)
Job Posted: Saturday, 8 December 2018
Closing Date: Tuesday, 18 December 2018
(in 8 days)
Westcoast Family Centres
Region: Vancouver & Lower Mainland Type: Casual
Location: Tri Cities (Port Coquitlam, Coquitlam, Port Moody) Salary: Grid Level 14P, Step 1, $26.75 per hour* (Please read Job Description)

Opportunity Summary

The Family Support Worker provides a variety of parenting education and supportive interventions that promote healthier family functioning, reduce risk factors, maintain safety and increase well-being. The worker provides support to families in goal planning and utilizes a range of strategies, community resources, and support network to help address risks identified. In addition, this role will provide one-to-one support for pre-teens (10-12) who are engaged in problematic behaviours.

 

Available Opportunities:

  • 1 Temporary, 35 hours - 27 hours Family Support; 8 hours pre-teen clinical outreach* (8-hours paid at a higher rate)

 

About Westcoast Family Centres

Westcoast Family Centres Society (WFC) is a multi-service community-based non-profit organization delivering child-centered, evidence-based programs and services to children and families in the Lower Mainland. Our mission is to strengthen and develop healthy relationships between children, their families, and their communities. Our programs and services aim to address the unique and varied challenges faced by vulnerable families. Joining the WFC team is an opportunity to be a part of a team where your skills and knowledge will make a positive impact in the lives of children and families.

 

The Family Support Worker will:

  • Provide counselling, parent-education and support interventions directly to families and children.
  • Conduct direct case management activities; including an assessment of family issues, supporting family visits, parent-education skill development, and utilization of community resources.
  • Promote the protection and well-being of children in their home through expedient, time-specific, flexible interventions.
  • Develop and implement a counselling, support and intervention plan in collaboration with the family and their ICM team.
  • Provide culturally competent service to a diverse range of clients.
  • Promote strategies and support to prevent out-of-home placement of a child, in the family home or in the community, as appropriate.
  • Respond immediately to support the family at the point of crisis.
  • Enhance family and community support network, particularly in concrete needs, such as housing, health, or education.
  • Co-facilitate parent education and family/children support programs and workshops.
  • One-to-One support with pre-teens with problematic behaviours, facing multiple barriers.
  • Build strong rapport and relationship with children, youth, and families.
  • Provide access to pre-teen resources counselling, educational resources and community support.
  • Work with families with diverse cultural backgrounds.
  • Work with at-risk and marginalized families within the community.
  • Utilize appropriate crisis management strategies in the event of a crisis.
  • Maintain positive working relationships with all professionals involved in the care of the individuals
  • Ensures that all records, reports, and documentation pertaining to service delivery are accurate, complete and in compliance with WFC’s policies and procedures. 
  • Liaise as appropriate with other agencies/professionals for purposes of consultation.
  • Conduct other duties as required.

 

What you bring to WFC:

  • Relevant MA with 3 years’ experience preferred
  • Experience working with families who may present multiple service needs related to poverty, addictions, violence, child abuse or neglect, and mental health issues.
  • Experience working closely with children and youth; particularly pre-teens (10-12)
  • Strong counselling, program planning, and communication skills
  • An understanding of integrated case management
  • Knowledge of Computer operating systems

 

Working Conditions

  • Family-friendly culture and environment.
  • Ability to work evenings and/or weekends is required.
  • Current First Aid, Class 5 Driver’s License and use of own car required.
  • Maintain current First Aid and Non-Violent crisis intervention certificate.
  • Clear Criminal Record and Drivers Abstract.

 

Why work for WFC:

Be part of a grass root community-based agency committed to the developing and strengthening our community together. As a WFC employee, you will benefit from:

  • Making a difference in your local community
  • A chance to do meaningful work with a committed team of professionals
  • Competitive wages and comprehensive benefits package
  • Professional development and growth opportunities
How to Apply:
Please mention you saw this posting on WorkInNonProfits.ca.
Email your resume and cover letter to
Subject Heading: Family Support Worker (Pre-Teen Clinical Outreach) 2018-55
Contact Details:
Westcoast Family Centres
101 - 2780 E Broadway
Vancouver, BC, V5M 1Y8

Tel: 6042545457
E-mail:
www:   www.westcoastfamily.org


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