2023-046 Direct Service Worker Bloodvein City Unit (Winnipeg)

Southeast Child and Family Services (SECFS)

Posted May 24, 2023 at 09:30 pm Closes Jun 7, 2023 at 09:30 pm

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Job Category:
Aboriginal Organization
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Mail, E-mail or AMIK.ca


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Direct Service Worker

DSW Pay Scale: $56,327.49 - $78,117.43

·        Full time permanent (Unionized)


·        An Eligibility List may be established for future openings

·        Preference will be given to internal candidates



Bloodvein City Unit

1410 Mountain Avenue (Winnipeg)

Closing Date:

June 7, 2023

How to apply:

Email: hr@secfs.ca Fax: 204-594-0499



·        Providing protection and prevention services to the children and families of the designated First Nations community

·        Carrying and managing caseloads specific to Family Protection and Children-In-Care with prescribed timelines

·        Working in and intervening with crisis situations in an appropriate and timely manner

·        Establishing and maintaining partnerships with community resources for clients as well as team members

·        Participating in Agency events, training and working flexible hours as required

·        Group facilitation; team building and decision-making; taking initiative; problem-solving, leading, planning, coordinating, and facilitating meetings; de-escalating conflict; and provide solutions

·        Excellent case and file management skills; stress management; time management; and documentation detail (e.g., CFSIS, IM, etc.)

·        Working in a team-based environment as well as independent responsibilities

·        Willing and able to travel to designated First Nations communities and rural areas as required




·        Bachelor of Social Work (an equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered)

·        A minimum of two (2) years’ experience in front-line case management with Children-in-Care and families

·        Experience conducting investigations including gathering and analyzing information to implement appropriate action(s)

·        Demonstrated working knowledge of and familiarity with:

o   Indigenous culture and an understanding of the rural cultural environment

o   The Child and Family Services Act; The Adoption Act; An Act respecting First Nations, Inuit and Métis children, youth, and   families; Indigenous child welfare practices; First Nations history; and colonization

o   Crisis intervention; child protection investigations; assessment of high-risk situations to determine appropriate response times

o   Substance abuse; family violence; child abuse/neglect; grief and loss issues; and community resources

·        Excellent verbal and written communication skills (specifically to documentation and report writing)

·        Working knowledge of Microsoft Office, CFSIS and IM

·        A valid driver’s license; a reliable vehicle

·        Satisfactory Criminal Record; Child and Adult Abuse Registry; and Prior Contact Check



Preference will be given to Southeast members and Indigenous candidates (First Nations, Métis, or Inuit) meeting the position requirements. All Indigenous applicants are asked to self-declare within their cover letter. We thank all applicants; however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

We offer competitive wages and an exceptional benefits package.

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