The primary intent of this position is to support the transition of child and family services to 5 Northern Secwepemc Bands of Canim Lake, Canoe/Dog Creek, Esket, Soda Creek and Williams Lake Indian Band using a Nation-based approach to caring for children and families within the community and with the vision of re-establishing the inherent aboriginal rights of parents and families.
The Service Transition Facilitator is responsible for developing capacity and resources to transition child and family services into those communities. Community Circles of Protection will be established to guide the transition process using an integrated community based approach.
The Services Transition Facilitator will assist by: establishing Circles of Protection in each community, identifying training needs and resources for Circles of Protection members, adding expertise and leadership as members develop a comprehensive and culturally based transition action plan and developing a mentorship and working relationship with Knucwentwecw Society and Ministry for Child and Family Development (MCFD).
The Services Transition Facilitator will:
• Develop culturally relevant community child and family services transition plans in collaboration with Circle of Protection members;
• Assist and support capacity building with Circle of Protection members by developing Terms of Reference and identifying and implementing training needs and resources;
• Engage Circle of Protection members in a working relationship with delegated agency;
• Other duties as described in the job description.
Proffesional, personable, people-person that can easily multi-task to being focused, efficient and accurate with attention to detail, and skills on the administrative side. Tasks include: Greeting clients, telephone, managing appointments & schedules, mail/couriers, bank deposits, filing, assisting Office Administrator with processing & preparation of documentation, and other office duties as required. P/T 20 hrs/wk. F/T Training is required.
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Under the guidance of the board of directors the executive director is responsible for delivering and performing the requirments of the board. Liaise with local, provincial government officials, event planning, filing and performing duties as required to fulfill the mission of the board.