Child And Family Well-Being Policy Analyst 019-21-1

Child And Family Well-Being Policy Analyst 019-21-1

Job Information
Author alnationtalk
Date January 12, 2021
Deadline January 20, 2021
Type Full Time / Contract
Company Six Nations of the Grand River
Location Ohsweken, ON
Category Analyst
Client Six Nations of the Grand River
Contact Information
[email protected].

CHILD AND FAMILY WELL-BEING POLICY ANALYST 019-21-1
ADMINISTRATION, SOCIAL SERVICES

Contract

Applications will be received by Six Nations of the Grand River and Grand River Employment & Training (GREAT) up until 4:00 p.m. EST, Wednesday, January 20, 2021, for the Child and Family Well-Being Policy Analyst with

Administration, Social Services.  The Six Nations of the Grand River Application for Employment Form, Job Posting and

Job Description are available for printing from the www.greatsn.com website.  Online applications accepted through [email protected]. NO LATE APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED. Applicants from Six Nations and other First Nations will be given preference to deliver programs and services in a First Nations community.

JOB SUMMARY: The Family and Well-Being Policy Analyst reports to and works under the direction and supervision of the Child and Family Well-Being Coordinator. The Six Nations Child and Family Well Being Policy Analyst is responsible for analyzing policy and legislation in the development of Six Nations own Child and Family Well Being guidelines, standards and implementation using Haudenosaunee Principles and values guided by, “An Act respecting First Nations, Inuit and Métis children, youth and families.”

The Child and Family Well Being Policy Analyst will provide technical support to the Project Coordinator and development team to advance the child and family well-being model of care and assessing similarities and differences of the provincial and federal system. The Child and Family Well-Being Policy Analyst will work with the vision, mission, and values of Six Nations of the Grand River First Nation within the policies and procedures established by Six Nations of the Grand River.

Type Contract
Closing Date  January 20, 2021
Hours of Work  35 Hours/Weekly
Wage TBD

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Will have a University Degree in Social Work, Social Justice, or related field;
  • Four years of experience in Social Work, or Child Welfare
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills;
  • Knowledge of traditional approaches in helping;
  • Strong knowledge base of the community of Six Nations and the services within the Territory;
  • Extensive knowledge of the range of methods and techniques that are employed in social work practice;
  • A valid Ontario class “G” driver’s license and a principal driver of a reliable vehicle;
  • Must pass a Criminal Record Check before employment commencement;
  • Ongwehonweh in preference to other applicants;
  • Available to work flexible hours in accordance to working environment;
  • Will be knowledgeable about Haudenosaunee culture and the contemporary characteristics of the Six Nations’ social structure;
  • Training in any of the following considered an asset: Critical Incident Stress Management Training, Violence Threat Risk Assessment, Non Violent Crisis Intervention, Trauma Informed, Safe Talk and ASIST;

SUBMISSION PROCEDURE: (Choose one method ONLY):

Method #1:  Email – Applications must include all of the following:

  1. Printed, filled in and authorized Six Nations of the Grand River Application for Employment Form.
  2. Cover letter including your band name and number (if applicable). Please indicate in your letter how your education and experience qualifies you for this position.
  3. Recent resume clearly identifying that you meet the Basic Qualifications of this position as stipulated above.
  4. Copy of your education diploma/degree/certificate and transcript.
  5. Email all documents (in a .doc or .pdf file) listed above to [email protected].

Six Nations Elected Council is an equal opportunity employer and will seek to accommodate the needs of individuals with disabilities in a manner that most respects their dignity.  All candidates are encouraged to apply.  Applicants from Six Nations and other First Nations will be given preference to deliver programs and services in a First Nations community.  Based on the need to provide qualified professional services, only those applicants meeting the minimum requirements will be invited for an interview.

Please ensure that the SUBJECT LINE of your email states: 

CHILD AND FAMILY WELL-BEING POLICY ANALYST – CONTRACT – 019-21-1  

Method #2: Mailed or Hand Delivered – Applications must include all of the following:

  1. Printed, filled in and authorized Six Nations of the Grand River Application for Employment Form.
  2. Cover letter including your band name and number (if applicable). Please indicate in your letter how your education and experience qualifies you for this position.
  3. Recent resume clearly identifying that you meet the Basic Qualifications of this position as stipulated above.
  4. Photocopy of your education diploma/degree/certificate and transcript.
  5. Place all documents listed above in a sealed envelope and mail to or drop off at:

CHILD AND FAMILY WELL-BEING POLICY ANALYST – CONTRACT – 019-21-1

c/o Reception Desk
Grand River Employment & Training (GREAT)
P.O. Box 69, 16 Sunrise Court
Ohsweken, Ontario  N0A 1M0

 

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