Missanabie Cree First Nation

Family Well-Being Worker

By Missanabie Cree First Nation

Dead Line: August 21, 2021

The Family Well-Being worker will work with children, youth and families that have experienced violence or trauma. The Family Well-Being Worker will be providing support services to improve the quality of life for our elderly population of Missanabie Cree. The Family Well-Being Worker will also be responsible for working in conjunction with the health team to develop and implement programming.
Preferred diploma in Social Services or in a related human services field, or Personal Support Worker diploma, with specialized training with specialized training or experience working with Indigenous families, children, seniors and vulnerable populations in a community setting.
The successful candidate should possess the following skills and criteria:
  • Previous experience in dealing with family well-being initiatives and provide support and healing programs
  • Proven organizational skills with the ability to effectively coordinate and organize community programs, services and activities.
  • Personal Support Worker with elder care experience is an asset
  • Keen interpersonal skills with the ability to exercise good judgement, show initiative and be proactive
  • Excellent written and oral skills
  • Maintain high standards of ethics and confidentiality to handle sensitive information.
  • Able to work with high need clients
  • Computer skills i.e. Word, Excel, Power Point
  • Police Vulnerable Sector Check (PVSC) & CPIC (required upon job offer)
  • First Aid, CPR, AED Training would be an asset
  • Class “G” Drivers’ License
  • Advocate, connect, guide and refer families and individuals to community-based internal and external support services
  • Complete Intake process with clients, advocate for clients, and follow up to ensure individuals needs are being met.
  • Work with program leads to strategize and implement programs and services, through planned team meetings
  • Deliver healthy living education, e.g. teachings, diabetes education, health promotion and prevention of disease, congregate dining, etc.
  • Arrange for transportation for programming, as required
  • Provide transportation for local medical appointment of elderly clients
  • Provide transportation for support services (grocery trips)
  • Refer families to appropriate services regarding violence prevention education and programs
  • Organize and facilitate community events/activities/workshops for education, awareness and life-skills
  • Develop a list of resources for support services in areas with high membership populations (Ontario Wide)
  • Organize and promote culture and land-based traditional activities
  • Maintain program data collection and reporting requirements as specified by the Family Well-being funders (NAN)
  • Other duties as required
To apply for this position, please drop off your cover letter, resume and references (3) in person at: 559 Queen St. East
Sault Ste Marie, ON, P6A 2A3
By email to: jmarkie@missanabiecree.com
By Fax: 705-254-3292 (Attention: June Markie)
Please note that preference will be given to Missanabie Cree members and other Aboriginal applicants

June 10, 2020
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