Description: (1) Full Time Prevention Supervisor
Location: Protection Office, Fort Qu’Appelle, Saskatchewan
Opening Date: February 1, 2O22
Closing Date: February 15, 2022
The Prevention Supervisor will be required to work as a member of the multidisciplinary prevention team. Their role will be to assist in the implementation of the integrated strategy across primary, secondary, and tertiary settings within the QBOW Child and Family Services Inc. service area. The Prevention Supervisor will be expected to support and supervise Prevention Workers in each of the communities served, ensuring the successful delivery of prevention programming. The Prevention Supervisor actively contributes to the further development of the QBOW CFS Inc. prevention services. They will participate in local prevention events as well as oversee event operations. The Prevention Supervisor will provide a representative link to the prevention services between primary, secondary care, and tertiary services. Further, they will work with other program staff to promote the service as well as support appropriate referral pathways for the client group.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Indigenous Social Work, Community Studies or equivalent experience required.
- Valid Class 5 Drivers Licence
- Ability to pass a Criminal Record/Vulnerable Sector Check
- Fully Vaccinated and Proof of Vaccination
- Successful completion of Community Health Substance Abuse and Planning and Prevention ethics training.
- Computer literacy, including effective working skills of MS Word, Excel, and e-mail required.
- Knowledge of the health and social services programs offered to First Nations in Saskatchewan
- Experience in program planning, implementation, and evaluation
- Some Travel and overtime
- Ensures Prevention services are delivered with excellence and conform to the QBOW CFS Inc.’s philosophy, policies, procedures, and protocols as well to provincial legislation, regulations, and standards.
- Assists in ensuring the highest quality of Prevention services through decision-making that is done in the best interests and well-being of every child and family.
- Plan, organize, and coordinate workshops, programming and activities, teachings, ceremonies, and healing practices for clients.
- Assists in obtaining the necessary supplies, equipment, or funds to facilitate prevention programming.
- Completes relevant agency records, forms, and documents as required.
- Prepares statistical reports for Executive Director, summarizing current activities and future planning and/or programs.
- Engages in effective communication with Prevention Workers, Protection Team, management, and other staff to ensure adequate coordination of services and attainment of QBOW’s objectives.
- Ensures that clients are aware of the resources and services available to them.
- Assists in the planning and preparation of Annual/seasonal events and Rides.
- Lead or participate in workshops, ceremonies, community activities as required.
- Promotes QBOWCFS vision, mission, goals, and objectives.
- Establishes and maintains a collaborative relationship between QBOWCFS and member First Nation community served to ensure optimum service delivery to the children and their families.
- Conducts presentations to communities and organizations on prevention supports and services.
- Acts in a professionally appropriate manner both when working and not working ensuring a positive role model for clients while representing QBOWCFS.
- Other duties as deemed by the Executive Director.
Please Submit Cover Letter and resume, along with 3 references Attention to Natasha Gladue, Human Resources firstname.lastname@example.org
All short-listed applicants will be contacted for an interview!