ANCR (Child and Family All Nations Coordinated Response Network) delivers centralized, essential intake services that are part of the comprehensive and coordinated child and family services system in the City of Winnipeg. We provide crisis response and intake case services, conduct abuse investigations and offer preventative programs and services. ANCR is generally the first point of contact with the child and family services system. We provide service 24 hours a day, 7 days per week. ANCR receives both emergency and non-emergency calls, with highly qualified staff making initial assessments and referring callers to ongoing services as appropriate.
PREFERENCE WILL BE GIVEN TO INDIGENOUS CANDIDATES. APPLICANTS ARE ENCOURGED TO SELF-DECLARE.
- Bachelor of Social Work or equivalent education and experience.
- At least 5 years of experience in a Child & Family Services environment, including 3 years of experience conducting child protection investigations, or a combination of investigation and supervisory experience.
- Demonstrated skills and experience in establishing networks of support and navigating systemic and community resources and services.
- Demonstrated knowledge and skills in case planning, risk assessment and understanding the complexity of issues and barriers families and face.Demonstrated supervisory and leadership skills as well as knowledge of human resource management and financial systems.
- Strong organizational, interpersonal and communication skills, and the ability to set priorities.
- Excellent organizational, computer, oral and written communication skills with a demonstrated ability to work effectively under pressure and in a fast paced environment.
- Ability to work effectively in a team environment, and to gain the commitment and cooperation of others.
A valid driver’s license and a vehicle with $2 million liability insurance is a requirement of this position. A satisfactory criminal records check, prior contact check and a check of the Child Abuse Registry is a requirement of all ANCR employment positions. Applicants must be legally entitled to work in Canada.
- Ensures compliance with all CFS legislation, regulation, and provincial standards.
- Implements all policy and procedural requirements related to administration, service delivery, and personnel within the service unit.
- Receives, reviews, consults, and assigns work load to team of workers including program, resource, and service development, implementation, on-going delivery, and evaluation.
- Ensures the establishment of a connection and a responsive network of support occurs with referred families.
- Maintains appropriate management and reporting systems.
- Monitors and reports on the unit expenditures in consultation with the Program Director.
- Participates as a member in regular EIP Referral Committee meetings.
- Provides for the selection, training, orientation, mentorship, professional development, monthly formal supervisions, and regular performance appraisals of staff
- Participates in decisions on hiring, termination, promotion and discipline.
All qualified internal candidates will be considered first. Testing may form a part of the selection process. We seek diversity in our workplace. Your cover letter and resume must clearly indicate how you meet the qualifications. Please submit your resume with cover letter and competition number.