New Job Emergency Duty Worker In Saskatchewan
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Emergency Duty Worker
Company : Government of Saskatchewan
Salary : $24.11–$30.21 an hour
Location : Saskatchewan
The Ministry of Social Services, Child & Family Programs, North Service Area, requires one term Emergency Duty Worker for the community of Buffalo Narrows to fill part-time positions. The Emergency Duty Workers will be responsible to provide after-hours emergency services to families. This role will report to a Child and Family Supervisor. There are no guaranteed hours for this position. The hours will vary depending on the frequency of emergency call outs that the employee receives.
In this position, you will investigate child abuse/neglect referrals, assess risk for child safety, be on a regular rotation for after-hours emergency services, and determine involvement and safety plans for families in crisis. Furthermore, you will be required to transport families and provide emergency aid to individuals in financial need. You will also be required to travel, work flexible hours, and lift and carry small children.
You must possess a strong knowledge of human services related policies, practices and procedures. Typically, the knowledge and skills required for this position would be obtained through a diploma or degree in a Human Services related field and/or experience working in a human service setting.
The successful candidates must be legally eligible to operate a vehicle in Saskatchewan and will be required to work flexible hours.
Candidates must clearly indicate in their cover letter or resume where they have acquired their knowledge, skills, and abilities. Selection of candidates will be assessed based on this information.
“While the representation of Indigenous staff within the Ministry of Social Services has been prioritized, all qualified candidates are encouraged to apply. All candidate applications will be reviewed and only those requested to interview will be contacted.”
Buffalo Narrows/La Loche
Buffalo Narrows has a lot to offer and is a great recreational community all year-round including fishing, hunting, boating, swimming, camping, sightseeing, touring, snowmobiling, skiing etc. Buffalo Narrows is more than a great place to visit; it is also a great place to live. http://www.buffalonarrows.com/
To learn more about Social Services, please visit: http://www.socialservices.gov.sk.ca/