Position: CSH Support Work Coordinator – Competition 2021-26R
Condition: Full-Time Permanent
Department: Community Specialized Homes
Location: Winnipeg, MB
Closing Date: July 26, 2021
OVERVIEW: Reporting to the CSH Supervisor, the CSH Support Worker Coordinator will be responsible for
supporting the oversight and support of CSH Support and Respite Workers; to ensure CSH Homes are appropriately
supported in the delivery of care.
- Obtain fully completed applications for new applicants; criminal record checks, child abuse registry checks, prior contact checks, driver’s abstracts, updated resumes and references.
- Participate in the interview process with Support Work applicants.
- Complete on-boarding of new Support Worker hires, including facilitating orientation sessions.
- Monitor and maintain Support Worker employee files, including updated background checks.
- Coordinate and/or facilitate relevant training opportunities for Support Workers.
- Facilitate quarterly Support Worker meetings for each CSH Home, or regionally.
- Participate in addressing interpersonal and professional conflict concerns under the supervision of the CSH Supervisor.
- Respond to requests from CSH Program Staff for Support Staff and assign as appropriate.
- Maintain a database of current scheduling and availability of each Support Workers.
- Review bi-weekly timesheets for Support and Respite Workers in CSH Homes and advise appropriate staff of any overages of hours, discrepancies or other timesheet concerns.
- Liaise with Foster Care Programs Finance Assistant and CSH Supervisor to support effective inter-departmental communication regarding financial submissions and payments.
- Post-secondary experience is preferred; a combination of education and experience may be considered.
- Experience in coordinating family and/or community-based resources.
- Strong organizational and time-management skills.
- Group Facilitation Skills.
- Demonstrated knowledge and/or understanding of Indigenous perspectives, First Nations culture and traditional philosophies.
- Knowledge of the Child and Family Services (CFS) sector and legislation.
- Experience in supporting a strong, respectful team-based approach to service delivery and responding to conflict.
- Satisfactory Child Abuse, Vulnerable Person check and Criminal Record check.
- Strong proficiency in Microsoft Office, word processing (MS Word), Spreadsheets (Excel), E-mail (Outlook) and Internet.
- Ability to speak Anishinaabe preferred.
How to Apply: Send cover letter, resume and Quote Competition # to:
FAX: (204) 949-9413
WE THANK ALL WHO APPLY HOWEVER ONLY THOSE CANDIDATES SELECTED FOR AN INTERVIEW WILL BE CONTACTED. PREFERENCE WILL BE GIVEN TO INTERNAL CANDIDATES, SOUTHEAST COMMUNITY MEMBERS AND SELF-DECLARED CANDIDATES (INDIGENIOUS, INUIT OR METIS).