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CFS Protection Services Supervisor

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Job Order #: 5276583

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Saskatoon Tribal Council Inc.
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University Bachelor's Degree
1-2 Years
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Saskatoon Tribal Council Inc.

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The Saskatoon Tribal Council's group of companies is dynamic, forward-looking and outcome based.  The authority for operating comes from the Chiefs of the seven member First Nations whose leadership is both progressive and accountable.  The Saskatoon Tribal Council is known for its sound fiscal and program management capacities and for the services and programs delivered to all members, resident in their community or in the urban centre of Saskatoon.


Working out of the Yellow Quill First Nation Health Centre office and working as part of a supervisory team, the CFS Protection Services Supervisor will be responsible for providing clinical/case supervision and a variety of supports to community based CFS Protection Workers as assigned.


Ensure a high standard of professional service delivery occurs in accordance with The FSIN Child Welfare & Family Support Act and The Child & Family Services Act;
Provide case management support and direction to CFS Protection Workers located at the community level and in the central office as necessary and cover off for the others on the supervisory team as assigned;
Take a lead role in conducting staff reviews and evaluations as well as identifying training and professional development needs and opportunities;
Liaise with federal, provincial and First Nations government agencies for the transfer of cases to the STC CFS program (repatriation);
Assist with identification of potential community resources;
Assist, advise and support the development of community-based prevention programs and projects;
Ensure program policies and procedures are followed;
Establish, monitor and review contracts in order to provide in-home support to parents; and
Be willing to volunteer for a rotation of priority call back on a scheduled basis with other supervisory and program staff.
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Skills and Abilities

Work Setting
 - Aboriginal band council
Essential Skills
 - Significant use of memory
 - Continuous learning
 - Computer use
 - Finding information
 - Job task planning and organizing
 - Critical thinking
 - Decision making
 - Problem solving
 - Working with others
 - Writing
 - Numeracy
 - Document use
 - Reading text
Area of Social Work Specialization
 - Child welfare
Additional Skills
 - Perform administrative tasks
 - Recruit and select staff
 - Supervise other social workers, paid para-professional staff, student trainees and volunteers
 - Use computer applications
Client Population
 - Child
 - Elderly
 - Female
 - Male
 - Physically disabled
 - Adult
 - Adolescents
Credentials (certificates, licences, memberships, courses, etc.)
 - Membership in a provincial association of social workers


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