Child and Family Well Being Worker

Company
Linck Child, Youth & Family Supports
Industry
Child & Youth Services
Location
Chatham-Kent
Required Experience
Up to three (3) months of practical experience
Job Type
Full-time, Contract
Education/Credentials
Child and Youth Worker Diploma required
Resume
Required
Cover Letter
Required
Application deadline
11/30/2023

Company: Linck Child, Youth & Family Supports

Industry:

Location: Chatham-Kent

Required Experience: Up to three (3) months of practical experience

Job Type: Full-time, Contract

Education/Credentials: Child and Youth Worker Diploma required

Resume: Required

Cover Letter: Required

Application deadline: 11/30/2023


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Job Description

Child and Family Well Being Worker

Linck Child, Youth & Family Supports (“Linck”) requires one (1) contract, fulltime (70 hours bi-weekly) Child and Family Well Being Worker. The start
date of this position will be as soon as possible and will last until August 31, 2024 (inclusive).

The incumbent will be responsible for maintaining, strengthening and promoting healthy family functioning as well as child/youth safety and for
carrying out the mandate of the Child, Youth and Family Services Act (CYFSA) in accordance with the prescribed guidelines and regulations. The worker will provide support and coaching to children, youth, families and foster/Kin homes according to an approved plan of service and task list to ensure child/
youth safety and positive outcomes.

Qualifications:
• Child and Youth Worker Diploma required;
• up to three (3) months of practical experience;
• solid knowledge of legislation, regulations and standards governing child welfare, including CYFSA and its regulations and Ministry standards is an
asset;
• knowledge of behavioral modification, parenting, engagement and child development theory and practice including dynamics of separation and
attachment between parental figures and child/youth;
• preference will be given to persons with a strong understanding and extensive experience working with other cultures, heritages and
traditions;
• a commitment to developing the highest quality culturally-responsive service possible for the various communities that we serve;
• excellent oral and written communication skills;
• ability to communicate effectively with the public and staff;
• ability to organize and manage time effectively;
• computer literate;
• the ability to communicate in French is an asset;
• a valid driver’s license and use of a personal vehicle.

Please submit your resume by 4:30 pm on November 30, 2023 quoting the posting number to:

Human Resources
Email: hr@linck.org
Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.