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Louis Bull Social Development Department Pre-Employment Supports Program-PESP ADVISOR & Louis Bull Tribe Social Development Department (2) Caseworkers


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Employment Opportunity

Louis Bull Social Development Department

Pre-Employment Supports Program

PESP ADVISOR

Open: April 4, 2024

Closed: Until Suitable Candidate is found.

Interview: To be notified


Summary:

Reporting to the Social Program Manager, the PESP ADVISOR is a proactive professional who utilizes an integrated services approach to strengthen the Louis Bull Tribes workforce. The PESP Advisor provides support and guidance to PESP clients to implement the Social Development Program. This model includes Application, Employment Readiness Assessments, Case Plan development, monitoring and client mentoring in the context of the Income Assistance/PESP program. The PESP Advisor guides individuals to make informed choices to enable them to achieve and sustain their personal employment and career development goals. The PESP ADVISOR will support and mentor the client from entrance into the IA system through provision of post-employment supports; and will both mobilize and coordinate other service providers in implementation of the client’s Case Plan.

Skills & Abilities

· Communication Skills

· Must possess excellent verbal and written skills.

· Organizational skills

· Human Relation skills

· Conflict Management Skills

· Motivational skills

· Problem Solving Ability

· Commitment

· Ability to Case manage.

· Ability to work effectively in a First Nation environment.


Roles and Responsibilities

· Social program core competencies (e.g. adaptability, client focus, communication, organizational awareness, problem solving, results orientation and teamwork).

· Interpret and apply labour market information and conditions to career planning and employment.

· Well-developed interpersonal communication skills, including appreciative inquiry and motivational interviewing, are essential to provide information, guidance and counselling to individuals.

· De-escalation/ conflict resolution /negotiating/ troubleshooting skills.

· Computer skills in basic keyboarding, Microsoft Word/Internet applications, web browsers, Windows,Outlook, LMI systems

· Effective use of the 360 computer system for case management and fulfilment of ISC Social Program record-keeping and reporting requirements.


Duties Include:

· Community and Public Relations

· Knowledge of the INAC Social Program

· Facilitates the development, implementation and assessment of the INAC Social Policy


Required Credentials

· Clear Criminal Records check and CYIM check

· Valid Class 5 Drivers License

· Post-Secondary Degree and or Diploma in the Field of Social Sciences/Humanities or equivalent experience in related field.


Please Submit Resumes with cover letter along with 2 reference letters to

Louis Bull Tribe Social Development Department

Applicants will be screened, only those who qualify for interview will be contacted




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Employment Opportunity

Louis Bull Tribe Social Development Department

(2) Caseworkers

Open: April 4, 2024

Closed: Until Suitable Candidate is found

Interview: TBD

Summary:

Reporting to the First Nation’s Social Program Manager, the Social Development Caseworker is a proactive professional who utilizes an integrated services approach to strengthen the First Nation’s workforce. The Caseworker provides support and guidance to First Nation Income Assistance clients to implement the Income Assistance Program. This model includes Application, Employment Readiness Assessments, Case Plan development, monitoring and client mentoring in the context of the Income Assistance program. The Case Worker assists individuals to make informed choices to enable them to achieve and sustain their personal employment and career development goals. The Caseworker will support and mentor the client from entrance into the IA system through provision of post-employment supports; and will both mobilize and coordinate other service providers in implementation of the client’s Case Plan.

Skills & Abilities

· Communication Skills

· Must possess excellent verbal and written skills

· Organizational skills

· Conflict Management Skills

· Problem Solving Ability

· Commitment and willing to take training

· Ability to Case manage

· Ability to work effectively within the First Nation


Roles and Responsibilities

· Social program core competencies (e.g., adaptability, client focus, communication, organizational awareness, problem solving, results orientation and teamwork).

· Interpret and apply labour market information and conditions to career planning and employment.

· Well-developed interpersonal communication skills, including appreciative inquiry and motivational interviewing, are essential to provide information, guidance and counselling to individuals.

· De-escalation, conflict resolution, negotiating, and troubleshooting skills.

· Computer skills working with Microsoft Word, internet applications, web browsers, Windows, Outlook

· Effective use of the 360 Nation Admin computer system for case management and fulfilment of ISC Social Program record-keeping and reporting requirements.


Duties Include:

· Community and Public Relations

· Knowledge of the ISC Social Program

· Facilitates the implementation and assessment of the ISC Social Policy


Required Credentials

· Clear Criminal Records check and CYIM check

· Valid Class 5 Drivers License

· Post-Secondary Degree and or Diploma in the Field of Social Sciences/Humanities or equivalent experience in related field.



Please Submit Resumes with cover letter along with 2 reference letters to

Social Development Reception

Subject Line CASEWORKER POSITION

Applicants will be screened, only those who qualify for interview will be contacted



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