This dynamic role requires that you have a working knowledge of addictions, domestic violence, poverty, disabilities, family relationships, abuse and neglect dynamics. As well, a knowledge of human growth, development and factors that contribute to adolescent criminal behaviours is beneficial.
This is an amazing opportunity to collaborate with community agencies to ensure that youth and their families receive services appropriate to their risk and needs. Assistant Supervisors will have strong written and verbal skills; prepare reports for court; employ an integrated approach to service delivery, working closely with community agencies to ensure youth and their families receive services appropriate to their risk and needs; and maintain case files. Whether it is in a plane or operating a vehicle, you can also look forward to exploring visually stunning northern Saskatchewan, as there will be some travel. Transporting youth and an ability to work flexible hours, which may include evenings or weekends, is a requirement of this rewarding career.
To qualify, you will possess a Bachelor of Social Work, Bachelor of Indian Social Work, Bachelor of Human Justice (concentration in criminal and restorative justice), or an alternate bachelor level social work degree from an accredited university, as approved by the CASSW.
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