Aboriginal Outreach Worker
EmployerNative Counselling Services of Alberta
Date PostedNovember 19, 2021
Location Edmonton, AB
Earnings $21.00 to $23.00 hourly (to be negotiated)
Work Hours 28 to 35 hours per week
Position Temporary Part Time Leading to Full Time
Vacancies 5  Vacancies
Closing Date Dec 03, 2021
Native Counselling Services of Alberta
- College, CEGEP or other non-university certificate or diploma from a program of 3 months to less than 1 year
- or equivalent experience
Experience an asset
Administrative and office activities
- Assess client's relevant skill strengths and development needs
- Resolve conflict situations
- Assist offenders in pre-release and release planning
- Assist clients/guests with special needs
- Accompany clients to appointments and social outings
- Aboriginal groups
Security and Safety
- Child welfare check
- Driver's validity licence check
- Criminal record check
- Own transportation
- Public transportation is available
Work Conditions and Physical Capabilities
- Fast-paced environment
- Work under pressure
Ability to Supervise
Work Location Information
Type of Community or Social Service
- Socio-economic needs or conditions (housing, nutrition, unemployment, financial assistance)
- Effective interpersonal skills
- Team player
- Excellent oral communication
- Excellent written communication
- Client focus
How to Apply
Anyone who can legally work in Canada can apply for this job. If you are not currently authorized to work in Canada, the employer will not consider your job application.
Dec 03, 2021
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Interest in consulting with social assistance recipients and pensioners to advise and aid them in locating and utitizing a variety of community resources; in referring clients to other social services; in counselling clients living in group homes and halfway houses and assisting in pre-release and release planning; in providing crisis intervention and emergency-shelter services; and in co-ordinating volunteer activities of community and social services organizations
Interest in compiling information to participate in the selection and admission of clients to appropriate programs; to assess clients' relevant skill strengths and deficits; and in maintaining contact with other social service agencies and health care providers involved with clients to provide information and obtain feedback on clients' overall progress
Interest in assisting clients to sort out options and develop plans of action, and in implementing and organizing the delivery of life-skills workshops, substance-abuse treatment programs, behaviour management programs, youth services programs and other community and social service programs under the supervision of social workers and health care professionals
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